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579 ff.; from Wolf to Kant, ii. 389 ff. ; , Gueux, 'the, a league in the Nether-
from Kant to Schleiermacher, ii. lands, 240 f.
401 ff.; since Schleiermacher,' iii. Guicciardini, 12 f.
1 ff.

Guise, house of, 170, 179 f., 190 fi.
German Catholics, a schismatic party, Guizot, 6, 151, 525, iii. 37.
iii. 63.

Gunpowder Plot, 332 f.
German Evangelical Protestant Church Gury, J. P., 497 ff.
of North America, iii. 342.

Gustavus Adolphus, 444 ff.
German Evangelical Synod of North Gustavus Adolphus Society, iii. 9.
America, iii. 342.

Gustavus Vasa, 116 f.
German Reformed Church, ii. 249, Guyon, Madame, 477 ff.

251 ff., iii. 279 f., 342.
German Theology, the book so named,
54.

HACKETT, H. B., iii. 294.
Gerson, John, iii. 47.

Hagenbach, K. R., iii. 26, 35 f.
Gibbon, Edward, ii. 19.

Hahn, A., iii. 21.
Gibbons, James, iii. 313, 321.

Hahn, P. M., ii. 399.
Giberto, 212.

Hakluyt, Richard, ii. 144.
Gibson, Edmund, ii. 27.

Haldane, Robert, iii. 36.
Gieseler, J. C. L., 592 f.

Hales, John, 346, 348.
Gill, John, ii. 103.

Half-way covenant, ii. 219 f., 239.
Gladstone, W. E., iii. 111 f., 203. Hall, Gordon, iii. 390.
Glass, John, ii. 107.

Hall, Robert, 556, ij. 81, 103 f.
Glück, ii. 432.

Hallam, Henry, 277 f., 465.
Godet, F., iii. 36.

Halle, University of, 592.
Godwyn, Morgan, ii. 200.

Haller, A., ii. 400 f.
Goerres, J. J., in. 77.

Haller, Berthold, 131.
Goethe, ii. 427 ff.

Hamann, ii. 399 f.
Gomarus, 251.

Hamilton, Alexander, ii. 155.
Gonzales, 417 f.

Hamilton, James, ii. 28.
Goodell, William, iii. 243.

Hamilton, Patrick, 319 f.
Goodwin, John, 557.

Hamilton, Sir William, iji. 215.
Gore, Charles, 162 ff.

Hamlin, Cyrus, iii. 396.
Gorges, Ferdinando, ii. 145, 152 f. Hampden, R. D., iii. 133, 166.
Gourgues, Dominique de, ii. 136. Hampton Court Conference, 332.
Gratry, iï. 61, 96, 99.

Hare, C. J., iii. 169.
Greece, iii. 379 f.

Harless, Adolph von, iii. 21.
Greek, revival of the study of, 10. Harmonists, ii. 339.
Greek Church; see Eastern Church. Harms, Claus, jj. 20.
Green, J. R., 309 f., 535 f.

Harnack, Adolf, iii. 33.
Green, T. H., iii. 217, 219 f.

Harris, Howell, ii. 33, 61.
Greenwood, J., 312 f.

Hartmann, Edward von, iii. 34.
Grégoire, Bishop, ij. 347, 350 f., 356. Harvard College, ii. 151, iii. 248.
Gregory IX., 366, 368.

Hassun, üi. 381.
Gregory XIII., 201 f., 518, 603.

Hausser, Ludwig, 41.
Gregory XVI., iii. 80, 103 f., 121. Hauge, H. N., ii. 440.
Grellet, Stephen, iii. 308 f.

Haweis, H. R., iii. 165 f.
Grey, Lady Jane, 286.

Hearne, John, ii. 27 f.
Grimshaw, William, ii. 93.

Hedge, F. H., iii. 254, 258.
Grindal, Archbishop, 313.

Hefele, K. J., iii. 86, 93 f.
Grocyn, William, 14.

Hegel, ii. 411 ff., iii. 18, 210, 219 f.
Grotius, Hugo, 254.

Hegius, Alexander, 17.
Grundtvig, iii. 41.

Herbert, Lord Edward, ii. 9 f.
Guenée, Antoine, ii. 318.

Heidelberg Catechism, 166.
Günther, A., iii. 79.

Helmstedt, University of, 584.
Guericke, H., iii. 21.

Helvetius, ii. 311.
Guettée, iii. 78.

Hengstenberg, E. W., iii. 20 f.

*

Henry VIII., of England, 92, 259 f., Hume, David, ii. 19, 56, 109 ff.
269 ff.

Humphrey, Henan, iii. 244.
Henry II., of France, 179 ff., 240. Hungary, 363, 521, ii. 376, iii. 42.
Henry III., 202 ff.

Huntingdon, Lady Selina, ii. 60 f.
Henry IV. (of Navarre), 196 f., 204 ff. Hurst, John, 593,'iii. 290, 395.
Henry, Duke of Guise, 196 f., 204 f. Hutchinson, Mrs. Ann, ii. 230 f.
Henry, Patrick, ii. 157.

Hutchinson, Thomas, ii. 217, 228.
Henry, Robert, ii. 109.

Hutten, Ulrich von, 21 ff.
Herder, ii. 418.

Hyacinthe, Père, iii. 100.
Hergenröther, iii. 87 f., 99, 113, 115, Hymn-writers, Protestant, 106, 583,
120.

597, ii. 61 f., 100 f., 104, 399 f.,
Hermes, G., iii. 79.

iii. 17, 41.
Herrmann, W., iii. 33.
Herrnhut, 595.

ICELAND, 116.
Hervey, James, ii. 37, 39.

Iconoclasm, 193, 241 f., 322 f.
Hickes, George, ii. 3.

Illescas, 222 f.
Hicks, Elias, iii. 186, 308.

Illuminism, ii. 395 f.
Higginson, Francis, ii. 216.

Immaculate conception, dogma of, iii.
High Church, 567 ff., ii. 211, iii. 133, 44 ff.
139 ff., 298.

Incas, ii. 160 ff.
Hill, Richard, ii. 79.

In Coena Domini, the bull, 358, ii. 370.
Hill, Rowland, ii. 79.

Independence, asserted by the Spanish
Hiller, P. F., ií. 399.

colonies, ii. 132 f.; by Brazil, ii. 134;
Hinduism, iii. 387 f.

by the English colonies, ii. 154 f.
Hoadley, Benjamin, 569 f.

Independents; see Congregationalists.
Hobart, Henry, iii. 298.

Index of prohibited books, 386 ff.;
Hobbes, Thomas, 539, 561, ii. 11, 389. iii. 78 ff.
Hodge, Charles, iii. 276.

Indians, treatment of, ii. 162 ff., 171,
Hoffmann, G. W., iii. 8.

174 ff.; missions among, 408 f., ii.
Hofmann, J. C. C. von, iii. 28.

165 ff., 176 ff., iii. 404 ff.
Holland, 248 ff., 599, ii. 441 f., iii. 38 ff. Indulgences, 56 ff., 128, 869, 517 ff.
Holy Synod, of the Russian Church, Infallibility, papal, 388 f., 487, ii. 119,
608 f.

iii. 13, 67 ff.; criticism of the dogma,
Home, John, ii. 109.

iii. 92 ff.
Home rule, in Ireland, iii. 201 ff. Infallibility League, iii. 76.
Hooker, Richard, 315.

Infidelity, the French, as propagated
Hooker, Thomas, ii. 223 f.

in the United States after the Re-
Hooper, Bishop, 283, 293.

vulution, iïi. 225 ff.
Hopkins, Samuel, ii. 244, 287.

Ingham, Benjamin, ii. 36, 38, 42.
Horn, Count, 238, 243.

Inner Mission, iii. 17.
Howard, John, ii. 105.

Innocent III., 366, 368, iii. 51.
Howe, John, 553, 556.

Innocent IV., 368.
Huet, F., iii. 79.

Innocent V., iij. 51.
Hug, Leonhard, ii. 382.

Innocent X., 451, 486.
Hughes, John, iii. 315 ff.

Innocent XI., 390, 411, 417.
Huguenots, their exemplary conduct Innocent XII., 486.

in the early period of their history, Innocent XIII., ii. 321.
186 f.; their excuse for resorting to Inquisition, 365 ff.; also 184, 217 f.,
arms, 194; victims of massacre, 223 ff., 236, 240, 245 f., 517; ii. 184 f.,
197 ff.; recovery from the onslaught, 380 ff.
203 ff.; safeguard in the edict of Institution of a Christian Man, 276.
Nantes, 207 f.; political power over- Interim, the Augsburg, 108 f.
thrown by Richelieu, 209; suffering Ireland, 349 ff., 578, ii. 113 ff., iii.
and expatriation under the tyranny 201 ff.
of Louis XIV., 504 ff.; settlements Ireland, John, iii. 313 f.
in America, ii. 134 ff.

Irenæus, iii. 96 f.
Humanism, 7'ff.

Irving, Edward, iii. 194 ff.

Irvingites, iii. 196 f.

Julius II., Pope, 52, ii. 181.
Italy, 210

ff., 519, ii. 379 f., iii. 123 ff. Justification, the Reformation doctrine
Ivan the Terrible, 609.

of, 3 f., 53, 55, 76 f.; Wesler's
Ives, Bishop, iii. 299.

doctrine, ii. 75; doctrine of F. 'D.

Maurice, üi. 173 f.
JACOBI, ii. 418 ff.
Jacobites, 572, 576, ii. 2.
Jacobs, H. E., iii. 307 f.

KAFTAN, Julius, iii. 33.
Jahn, J., ii. 382.

Kahnis, K. F. A., iii. 28.
James I., of England, 330 ff., ii. 144. Kaiserswerth, deaconess institute at,
James II., 545 ft., ii. 152.

iii. 17.
James I., of Scotland, also James II., Kampschulte, 152.

James III., and James V., 318. Kant, ii. 401 ff., iii. 217.
Jansenists, 484 ff., ii. 324 ff.

Keble, John, iii. 138, 149.
Jansenius, Cornelius, 486.

Keith, George, ii. 197.
Japan, 403 f., iii. 398 f.

Ken, Thomas, ii. 3.
Jarratt, Devereux, ii. 270 f., iji. 226. Kendrick, A. C., iii. 294.
Jefferson, Thomas, iii. 225 f.

Kenrick, P. R., iii. 49, 69 f., 92, 325.
Jeffries, Judge, 546 f., 552.

Ketteler, Bishop, iii. 11.
Jerusalem, Council of, in 1672, 606. Khlysti, ii. 449.
Jesuits, their maneuvring in Sweden, Kierkegaard, Sören, iii. 41.

118, 427 f.; their seconding of intol- Kilham, Alexander, iii. 179.
erantzeal in France, 170, 204; Kirkham, Robert, ii. 36, 38.
attempted propagandism, and pro-Killen, W. D., ii. 119, 122, iii. 203 f.
scription in England, 306 ff.; charged King, William, ii. 118, 123.
with instigating the persecution Kingsbury, Cyrus, iii. 405.
against Galileo and Molinos, 390 f.; King's Chapel, ii. 206.
mixed record, 391 f.; rise and organ- King's College, ii. 205.
ization of the order, 393 ff.; achieve- Kingsley, Charles, iii. 173.
ments and reverses, 400 ff.; emphasis Klieforth, T. F. D., iii. 28.
upon obedience to a superior, 412 ff.; Klopstock, Friedrich, ii. 400 f.
casuistry, 414 ff., 490 ft.; theological Knapp, Albert, iii. 17.

political affinities, 425 ff.; Know-Nothing party, iii. 313.
conduct, 427 ff.; connection with Knox, John, relation of his work to
James II., 548; banishment from the rise of the Scotch commonalty,
Russia, 612, ii. 446 f.; labors in 318; his first labors as a reformer,
America, ii. 168, 170, 172 ff.; day of 320 f.; his character, 321 f.; part in
wrath and downfall, 328 ff.; restora- the overturning of Romanism in
tion, 379; activity in Germany after Scotland, 322 .; relations with the
the 'Franco-Prussian war, and con- Queen of Scots, 324 ff.; preference
sequent banishment, iií. 12, 14; for the Presbyterian polity, 328 ;
banishment from Switzerland, iii. share in the preparation of the
35 ; patronage of sentimental devo- Scotch Confession and the Book of
tion, iii. 57; banishment from Spanish Common Order, 330.
American States, iji. 365 f.

Krapf, J. L., iii. 399.
Jews, 380 f., iii. 343, 376.

Krauth, C. P., iii. 307.
John III., of Sweden, 118.

Krüdener, Madam von, iii. 36.
John Frederic, Elector of Saxony, 107 f. Kuenen, iii. 39.
Johnson, Gideon, ii. 202 f.

Kulturkampf, iii. 10 ff.
Johnson, Samuel, ii. 6.

Kuyper, iii. 40.
Joseph II., of Austria, ii. 367 ff.
Joseph, Saint, special devotion to, ii. LABADIE, Jean de, 600.
57 ff.

Labadists, 600.
Jowett, Benjamin, iii. 170 f.

La Bruyère, 466.
Juarez, Benito, iii. 358.

Lacordaire, iii. 75.
Juda, Léo, 136.

Lacroix, 497 f.
Judson, Adoniram, iii. 390 f.

Lafayette, ii. 356, 360.

and

La Fontaine, 465.

Leopold II., ii. 376.
Lambeth Conference, its plan of union, Lequeux, iii. 78.
iii. 301.

Leslie, Charles, ii. 3.
Lambruschini, Cardinal, iii. 58. Le Tellier, 515.
Lamennais, iii. 75, 77.

Lewes, G. H., ii. 427 f.
Lamettrie, ii. 311.

L'Hospital, Michael de, 189.
Lampe, F. A., ii. 442.

Liberatore, iii. 117 ff., 127.
Lange, Joachim, ii. 394.

Libertines, the, at Geneva, 156.
Lardner, N., ii. 20, 99.

Lichtenberger, F., iii. 19.
La Rochefoucauld, 466 f.

Limborch, Philip van, ii. 442.
la Salle, ii. 136, 173.

Lincoln, Abraham, iii. 243 f.
La Saussaye, Chantepie de, üi. 39 f. Lindsey, Theophilus, iii. 249.
Las Casas, ii. 162.

Liguori, 497 ff., ii. 382, iii. 81, 95.
Lassalle, iii. 5.

Linacre, Thomas, 14.
Lateran Council, the Fourth, 366, 371; Littledale, R. F., iii. 152 f.
the Fifth, 430.

Livingstone, David, iii. 399 f.
Latimer, Hugh, 265 f., 279, 293 ff. Livingstone, J. H., ii. 251.
Laud, Archbishop, 337 ff.

Llorente, 223, 381, 517, ii. 381.
Laval, François de, ii. 186 f.

Locke, John, 549, 561, 566 f., ii. 4, 12,
Lavalette, Antoine, ii. 330.

153, 389, iii. 132.
Lavater, J. G., ii. 400.

Lollards, 264.
Law, William, ii. 3 ff., 20, 25 f. Lollard Statute, 281, 288, 292.
Law of Papal Guarantees, iii. 125 f. Löscher, Ernst, ii. 394.
Laymann, 418 ff.

London Company, ii. 144, 149.
Laynez, James, 395.

Louis XIII., of France, 209.
Lay preachers, 590, ii. 66 f.

Louis XIV., 390, 459 ff., 505 ff., 563,
Lazarists, iii, 14.

ii. 291, 319.
League, the Roman Catholic in France, Louis XV., ii. 291.
203 ff. ; in Germany, 440.

Louis XVI., ii. 291.
Lecky, W. E. H., ii. 27, 95.

Louis, Prince of Condé, 181, 190, 194.
Leclerc, 175.

Louis of Nassau, 241.
Le Clerc, Jean, ii. 442.

Louisiana, ii. 142.
Lee, Jesse, ii. 277 f.

Losee, William, iii. 347.
Lee, R. H., ii. 157.

Lotze, Hermann, üi. 28, 34 f.
Lefèvre, Jacques, 14, 171 ff.

Lourdes, alleged appearance of the
Leibnitz, 588, ii. 389' ff.

Virgin at, iii. 51 f., 56.
Leighton, Robert, 562.

Low Church, 567 ff., ii. 211, iii. 297 f.
Leipzig disputation, 69 ff.

Loyola, Ignatius, 393 ff.
Leland, John, ii. 20, 23 f.

Lucius III., 366.
Leo I., Pope, iii. 97 f.

Lundy, Benjamin, iii. 244.
Leo X., 20, 56, 63 f., 77 f., 355, 603. Luthardt, C. E., iii. 28.
Leo XII., iji. 103.

Luther, Martin, his confessed obliga-
Leo XIII, bis relation to the settle- tion to Reuchlin, 20 f.; reputation

ment of the Kulturkampf, iii. 16 f. ; for good moral character, as men-
patronage of the worship of the tioned by Erasmus, 31; birth and
Virgin and the saints, 54, 57 f.; com- early education, 45 ff. ; choice of
mendation of the Scholastic method, monastic life and experience in the
74; approval of the Syllabus, 113f.; cloister, 47 ff.; call to a professorship
exposition of papal prerogatives, at Wittenberg, 50 f.; talent as a
120 f.; statements relative to preacher, 51 f.; visit to Rome, 52 f.;
ligious freedom, 121 f.; insistence visitation of the cloisters of his or-
upon the Pope's right to the Estates of der, 53 f.; continued progress in
the Church, 127; encyclical on prop- evangelical thinking, 54 f.; resent-
erty and labor, 129; letter to the ment against the malpractice with
French bishops relative to schools, indulgences, and resulting theses,
319.

56 ff.; effect of the theses, and at-
Leopold I., Emperor, 520 f.

tempted replies, 61 ff.; summons to

re-

appear before the papal legate Caje-, Manning, Cardinal, iii. 62, 71, 89, 92,
tan, in 1518, at Augsburg, 65 ff.; 115, 147, 159.
agreement to a truce, 67 f.; dispu- Mansel, H. L., ii. 174.
tation with Eck at Leipzig, 69 ff.; Mant, Richard, ii. 121.
revised view respecting Huss, and Maret, H. L. C., iii. 33, 96.
denial of the infallibility of a gen- Margaret, sister of Francis I., 172 .
eral council, 71 f.; notable writings Margaret of Parma, 237, 242.
issued in 1520, 72 ff.; condemnation Mariana, 427.
of his teaching by the Pope, 77 f.; Mariano, iii. 128.
the defiant answer, 78 f.; summons Maria Theresa, ii. 367 ff., 374 f.
to, and appearance before, the Diet Marriage, disputed jurisdiction over,
of Worms, in 1521, 79 ff.; subjection iii. 15, 105 ff., 110, 127, 361, 367 f.
to the imperial ban, 82 f.; stay in Marrow Men, ii. 112.
the Wartburg castle, 84 f. ; transla- Marshman, J., iii. 389.
tion of the Bible, 86 f. ; contest with Martensen, H. L., iii. 41.
Anabaptist enthusiasts, 87 ff.; atti- Martin, Henri, 174, 193, 461, 483, 516,
tude toward the peasant revolt, 91; ii. 336 f.
bitter reply to the attack of Henry Martineau, James, iii. 186, 214.
VIII., 92; the De Servo Arbitrio, Martyr, Péter, 217, 282.
in response to a book by Erasmus, Martyrdoms, effect of, in France, 186;
93; marriage and domestic life, 93f.; in England, 300.
conviction that the people were not Mary, Queen of England, Roman Catho-
then qualified for a democratic type lic reaction under, 286 ff.
of church government, 95; prepara- Mary, wife of James V. of Scotland,
tion of catechisms, 95; aversion to 180, 323.
warlike leagues in behalf of religion, Mary (Stuart), Queen of Scots, 180 f.,
97; conclusion that Zwingli's view 306, 308 f., 323 ff.
of the eucharist was a bar to fellow- Mary, the Virgin, dogma of her im-
ship, 97; advice in connection with maculate conception, iii. 44 ff.; pro-
the proposed plural marriage of motion of her worship, iii. 52 ff.
Philip of Hesse, 103 ff.; death, 105; Marx, Karl, iii. 6.
character, 105 f.;

contrast with Maryland, ii. 146, 153, 175, 189 ff.,
Zwingli, 123 ff.

196 f., 203 f., 207.
Lutherans, in Europe, 97 ff., 113 ff., Mason, George, ii. 157.

165, 450, 579 ff., ii. 388 ff., iii. 6 ff., Mason, John, ii. 145.
38, 40 ff.; in America, ii. 278 ff., Massachusetts Bay, Colony of, ii. 145,
iii. 302 ff., 342 f., 356.

150 ff., 175, 188, 221, 225 ff.

Massillon, 469 f.
MACAULAY, 335 f., 532, ii. 98.

Matamoros, iji. 42.
McClintock, John, iji. 290.

Mather, Alexander, ii. 70.
McCrie, Thomas, 211, 216, 218, 221, 490. Mather, Cotton, ii. 213, 218, 233.
M'Gill, Dr., ii, 112.

Mathew, Theobald, üi. 204 f.
McHale, Archbishop, iii. 203.

Matthias, Emperor, and King of Bo-
McIlvain, C. P., jij. 298.

hemia, 440.
Mackay, W. S., 405 f.

Maurice, Duke of Saxony, 107 ff.
Mackenzie, Edward, iii. 403.

Maurice, son of William of Orange,
Maclay, R. S., iii. 399 f.

and Stadtholder of Holland, 249,
Madagascar, iii. 408.

253f., 257.
Madison, James, ii. 155.

Maurice, F. D., ii. 4, iii. 172 ff.
Madison, James (Bishop). ii. 212. Maxfield, Thomas, ii. 67, 77.
Mahan, of Oberlin, iii. 264.

Maximilian I., Emperor, 35 ff., 42.
Maine, ii. 151.

Maximilian, of Bavaria, 442.
Malan, Cæsar, iii. 36.

Maximilian, Archduke of Austria, and
Malebranche, 504, ii. 390.

proclaimed Emperor of Mexico, iii.
Mallinkrodt,'iii, 12.

359 ff.
Malou, Bishop of Bruges, iii. 53 f., 64. Mayhew, Thomas, ii. 177.
Mandeville, Bernard de, ii. 19. Mazarin, 504 f.

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