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THE

JOURNAL

OF

SACRED LITERATURE.

EDITED BY

B. HARRIS COWPER,

EDITOR OF THE NEW TESTAMENT FROM CODEX A; COMPILER OF A SYRIAC GRAMMAR; TRANSLATOR

OF 8. CHRYSOSTOM ON THE PRIESTHOOD; ETC., ETC.

VOL. I. (FIFTH SERIES.)

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INDEX

TO

VOLUME I. (FIFTH SERIES).

A

Bossuet and Malebranche, 292.
Breton Bible, the, 95.
Bretons, the Welsh version and the,

104, note.
Brixworth, the Basilican Church of,

508.
Broadchalke Sermon-essays, 499.
Brooks, Thomas, the complete works

of, 491.

С

Altars, Ignatius on, 44; Mr. Medd on,

46; Origen on, 45.
“Altar” and “table," the words, 36,

41.
Angels, fallen, 60, 303.
Anglican Church, the unity of the, 254.
Apocryphal Gospels, the, 264.
Apologetics for the Christian faith, 492.
Armorica, Welsh Baptist Mission to,

110; Rev. John Jenkins and the,

110.
Arnauld, Antoine, and Malebranche,

281, 286, 288.
Ashur, meaning of the word, 368, note.
Atonement, the, 58, 301 ; value of the,

58.
Augustine's, St., knowledge of Greek,

160.
Authorship of the Epistle to the He-

brews, 236; Erasmus on, 241.

B

Campion, Edmund, 513.
Candidates for Holy Orders, 321.
Canticles i. 3, a sermon on, 394.
Carnhuanawc (Rev. Thomas Price),

100, and note, 101.
Carré, Prestet and, friends of Male-

branche, 273.
Celestine, St., liturgy of, 232.
Ceremonies, rites and, 30, 36.
Champollion-Figeac, M., death of, 475.
China : the country, history, people,

492.
Chinese inscription, 207.
Christians, mistakes of, 33.
Christianity and the Church, Schenkel

on, 423; and educated persons, 424;
the position of, 31; on the truth of,

261.
Christocracy : essays on the coming

and kingdom of Christ, 491.
Church embroidery, 496.
Church of England, state of parties in

the, 181.
Church, the, its origin, history, posi-

tion, 256; and working men, 1.

Bellarmine, Cardinal, his method of

interpretation, 35.
Berkeley's interview with Malebranche,

273, note.
Bible, the Breton, 95 ; Welsh versions

of the, 97.
Biblical Cyclopædia, a, 249.
Biblical Psychology, a system of, 500.
Bohemian Brethren, notes

on the
origin and episcopate of the, 251.
Books received, 263, 513.

Cicero and the art of quotation, 370.
Clayton Family, memorials of the, 509.
Clement of Rome, the epistle of to the

Corinthians, by B. H. Cowper, 492.
Colleges for poor men, 323.
Common Prayer, the Book of, 511.
Comte, Auguste, the Pantheism of, 174.
Conference of working men, 9.
Cowper, William, Notes on St. John,

chap. i., 515.
Cross, the sign of the, in baptism, 192.

Gonidec, Le, and Dr. David Jones, 101;

memoir of, 102.
Gospel, the Fourth, an attempt to

ascertain its character, 494.
Gospel, progress of the, in the first

three centuries, 2.
Gospels, the Apocryphal, by B. H.

Cowper, 264.
Gospels, lectures on the study of the,

510.
Government, principles of, 61, 303 ;

analogy of human, 62, 303.

D

H

Daniel, prophecy of the weeks in, 476.
Date, the, in John ii. 20, 233.
Death, the second, and the restitution

of all things, 496.
Degrees, University, 320.
Difficulties of the Old Testament, 509.
Directorium Anglicanum, quoted, 40,

44, 130, 144; and the Canon, 144;

the, and the Homilies, 131.
Discussions with working men, 25.
Doctrinal systems, 33.
Doctrines, evangelical, 65.

Haldane on the Romans, quoted, 161.
Hampole, Richard of, a sermon by,

394,
Heard, Mr., on original sin, 74; on

the tripartite nature of man, 67, 68,

etc.
Hebrew Bible, Massoretic notes on the,

259.
Hebrews, authorship of the Epistle to,

236.
Hell, the word, 170.
Hierurgia, Dr. Rock's, 44.
Hinton's, Mr., metaphysical views, 81,

483.
Hinton, Mr., and Pantheism, 89; and

the resurrection, 93.
History, Egypt's place in universal,

486; primeval, 398.
Hooker on the real presence, 141.
Hopkins, Bishop, quoted on incense,

37.

E

Ecce Deus, 257.
Eden, the site and rivers of, 363.
Egypt's place in history, 486.
Eldership, the theory of ruling, 494,
Embroidery, Church, 496.
Endless sufferings, 256.
Erasmus on the authorship of the

Epistle to the Hebrews, 241.
Eternity, the, of future punishments,

56, 299.
Ethnological Society, 436.
Expulsion from the garden, the, 331.

I

F

Idolatries, old and new, 508.
Ignatius on altars, 44.
Immortality of man's spirit, 77.
Incense, the use of, 37; Bishop Hop-

kins quoted on, 37.
Indians, the, of the Darien Peninsula,

436.
Infidel teachers, 5.
Inspiration, 242.
Inspiration of Scripture, the, 488.
Irreligion of the multitudes, 7.
Isaiah, commentary on, 506.

Fathers ? whose are the, 247; the wis.

dom of our, 498.
First fruits, 29.
Flint Age, a shadow of the, 155.
French Oratorians, the, 265.
French Revolution, its influence in

England, 2.

J

G

James, an exposition of the Epistle of,

501.
Jehovah, the name, 340, note.

Garden, the expulsion from the, 331.

Jenkins, Rev. John, his revision of the

Breton Bible, 111, 113.
Jesus : All and in All, 498; the God-

head of, 252; Rest in, 254.
Jesus Christ, essays on the life and

doctrine of, 257.
Job, the book of, 338; the author and

age of, 339; Delitzsch quoted on,
343, note, 350, note, 357, note;
Hengstenberg quoted on, 351, note ;
Dr. Kitto quoted on, 349, note; a

revised translation of, 208, 399.
John ii. 20, the date in, 233.
John, St., notes on chap. i., by W.

Cowper, 515.
Jonah, thoughts on the book of, 437;

figurative character of the book of,
447; D. Kimchi on, 461, note; a
reference to in the Targum of Nahum

i. 2, 445, note.
Jonah, a sign to the Jews, 441.
Jones, Dr. David, and Le Gonidec, 101.
Justification, the doctrine of, 501.

277; Voltaire quoted on, 279; his
four ways of arriving at knowledge,
280; his quarrel with Antoine Ar-
nauld, 281, 286, 288; his views of
God and of Providence, 283; his
quarrel with Bossuet, 292; English
writers' opinions of, 296.
Man, the tripartite nature of, 65 ; Mr.

Heard on the, 67, 68, etc.
Mary, the Glories of, 34.
Medd, Mr., on altars, 46; quoted on

sacrifice, 48.
Metaphysical views of Mr. Hinton, 81.
Micah, the priest-maker, 260.
Miracles of the Old Testament, 429.

N

Newman's, Dr., Apologia quoted, 126;

on liberalism, 127.
Nile mud, 80.
Nimrud Obelisk, the, 393.

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Law and liberty, 30.
Liguori, Alfonso de', 34.
Liturgy of St. Celestine, 232.
Locke and the writings of Malebranche,

296.
Lost souls, necessary condition of, 59,

302.

M

Malachi i. 11, 36, 38.
Malebranche, Nicolas, 265; his early

life, 265; historical and philological
pursuits of, 266; his geometry and
algebra, 267; his introduction to
philosophy, 267; becomes a meta-
physician, 268; a list of his works,
269 ; his peaceful disposition, 270;
his pupil, Lord Quadrington, 273 ;
Berkeley's interview with, 273, note;
his friends Prestet and Carré, 273 ;
his friends the Jesuits, 274; his deep
piety, 275; his reunions, 275; his
bodily infirmities, 276 ; his death,
277; an account of his philosophy,

Pantheism of A. Comte, 174.
Pantheism and Mr. Hinton, 89.
Parker, F., on the prophecy of the

weeks, 476.
Parties, state of, in the Church of

England, 184.
“Pink Pamphlet,” the, 306.
Plea for a revised translation of the

Scriptures, 156, 481.
Pomponia; or, The Gospel in Cæsar's

Household, 494.
Positivism, 174.
Praises, the book of, 256.
Preaching, the influence of, 317.
Prestet and Carré, friends of Male-

branche, 273.
Price, the Rev. Thomas, 100.
Privy Council, the, and Mr. Wilson,

299.
Psalm lxxxix. 10, note on, 484.
Psalms, the imprecatory, 499.

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