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Choral services popular, 17.

Church accommodation made easy, 132.

Church and State, 119; not a union if the Church is merged in

the State, 236; the Church and the world, 116.

Church, Rights of the, in the election of bishops, 45, 93.

Church schools, 210; ought not to be handed over to School-boards

215; are for religious instruction, 217.

Churches of modern Evangelicals, 149.

City churches, Confiscation of, 5, 10; for city men, 6, 1.

Commons, House of, without a creed, 275.

Compromises, 206; no defence, 209.

Concessions, the fashion, 91.

Confirmation of Drs. Lee and Hampden, 45.
Confiscation of church property, 192.

Congé d'élire, a farce, 41.

Convocation on Canon XXIX, 75; on Essays and Reviews, 76, 80;
ought to order the affairs of the church, 122; on ritual, 174.
Coronation oath, 93; rights of the church reserved by it, 121.
Correct account, The, 48.
Court newsman, The, 142.
Cranmer, Archbishop, 54.
"Crying, give! give!" 87.

Curates in the diocese of Durham, 98; in Winchester, 196.
Dalmatic and tunicle, 201.

Davis, Mr. his extraordinary interpretation of rubrics, 188.
Dilapidations Bill, 112; an attempt to oppress the clergy, 115.
Diocesan government, 46.

Disestablishment, 229; effects of, 230; would not prevent recourse to the Law Courts, ib.

Dissenters, Impudence of, 91; quite ignore the Supremacy of the Crown, 120.

Early services, 32, 130.

Eastward Celebration, 189,

Ecclesiastical Dilapidations Bill, 112.

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Education, Expense of Government, 57; some expenses not under the control of managers, 58; extravagant demands of the Education Department, 59; compulsory, 213,

Education Bill, 208, 210, 215, 220; ignores religion, 210, 216, 221, carried with the assent of Conservatives, 220.

Election of bishops, 41.

England's position, 223.

Erastianism, 73; of bishops, 234.

Evangelicals, their services, 149; irreverence, 73, 150; heterodoxy 152.

"Evidences" will not make a Christian, 65.

Fidei Defensor, origin of the title, 54; omitted on the Godless Florin, ib.

Firmness, respected by Public opinion, 209.

Font, A portable, 145..

"Free but appropriated," 136.

Free churches, 134.

Garibaldi and the English, 105.

Gell, Rev. P. on the 39 Articles, 29.

Gladstone on the function of Chapters, 43; on the Irish church, 185. Hampshire and Bedfordshire, Education in, 37.

Henry VIII. and Queen Victoria, 5; and the Sisters' Marriage Bill, 53; in his time a larger proportion of bishops, 92; his Reformation, 192..

Homily, reading one proposed, 190.

Hoods and stoles, 199.

Incense &c. 200.

Inconsistences, 52,

Instructions to candidates for Holy Orders, 61.

In the mire, 187.

Irish Church, robbery of, 184, 191.

"Is that the law?" 198.

Jewish dispensation, The, 158.

King, Rev. Bryan, his letter of remonstrance, 14, 23.

Lectionary, The new, 115.

Lyttelton, Lord, his New Bishoprics Bill, 39, 44 1

* Messiah," performance of at 3. Paul's, 67. Miller, Dr. on the Purchas Judgment, 187

Miller, Mr., Case of, LLC.

Monte Rotondo, riots at, 176.

Muddleton, easy way of doing things at, 1.

Naples, Stare of, Log

National apostacy, 225

National Society, 223

New Bishoprics Bill, 19 44 go; would increase the influence of

the State, 92.

New Reformation, The,

Offertory, The, 123

Only a Penny, 71

Ornaments of the Church, 160.

"Pacem appellant," 108.

Pan-Anglican Syned, 179

Parliament, a communist assembly, 235

Pennefather, Rev. W. turned to account, 97

Peto, Sir M., his proposal to sell city churches to dissenters, 12;

his Burials Bill, 27, 88.

Pews, 126; and the Bishop of London's Fund, 133, 136.

Philimore, Sir Robert, and the Purchas Judgment, 198.

Philpot, Bishop and his enemies, 116.

Political parties, not to be depended upon, 186.

Poor, driven out of the city churches, 6, 12; why they do not

come to church, ib.

Poor Law, 100.

Poor man's Sunday, The, 31.

Pope, The, and Henry VIII. 54.
Præmunire, Statute of, 42, 45.
Presbyterian Premier, A, 55, 84-
Private patronage,85.

Privy Council Judgments ignored, 239.

Protestant opposition, 176.

Protestantism, 27; includes every shade of opinion, 8; depends on

human will, 28; absence of self-righteousness, a leading doctrine of, ib.; is the religion of corrupt human nature, 177.

Protestants, great formalists, 27; described by bishop Ridley, 56. Pseudo-Evangelicalism, 146.

Puritanism, 55.

Puritans and the Cross, 55; wear a monastic habit, ib.
Puritan Sabbath, The, 32.

Real Presence, Doctrine of the, 238.

Record, The, its idea of Christian men, 7; at fault, 95; on the appointment of curates in Durham, 97; on the pastoral staff, 146. Reformation, Principles of the, 52; and the Sisters' Marriage Bill, 53; ran into extremes, 161; sad state of the Church after, 162; effects of, 164; English, not a model, 191; promises respecting it not kept, 192.

Religion of the last generation, 231.

Revolution, fostered by England, 105, 108.

Ridley, Bishop, on protestants, 56.

Ritual, 155, 160, 166, 170; the heavenly, 168; progress of, 170; in abeyance for the last 200 years, 171; popular idea of, 172; Bucer and Peter Martyr on, ib.; Keble on, 173; not necessarily Roman, 174.

Ritual v. dissent, 154, 208.
Royal Christening, A, 142.
Royalty and Revolutions, 104.

Ryle, Mr. on custom, 188.

Sacrifice, no human device, 155; our LORD's prefigured, 166.
S. George's riots, 14; the vestry, 19; the sham monitions, 23.

S. Paul's cathedral, 66; oratorio at, 69.

School teachers, 58; boards, 212; rates, 212, 218; the voluntary system gave satisfaction, 211.

Services, choral, 17; early, 32, 130; multiplication of, 128, 133.

Shades of the past, 1.

Spiritual blockade, A, 195.

Spurgeon abroad, 48.

State aid to church sehool's, 57; least, where most wanted, 58. State, keeps the church in subjection, 119; abjures religious faith,

186, 224.

Stole, part of the Eucharistic vestments, 201.

Sunday recreation, 31; in the country, 33.

Sunday schools, unsatisfactory, 35; necessary evils, ib.; teachers in, ib.; bishop Wigram on, 36. Supremacy of the Crown, 54.

Swanmore and bishop Sumner, 196.....

Tait, Bishop, on consecration, 7; his destruction of city churches, 5, 10; on desecration, 15; his distinction between read and musical services, 16, 23; hob-a-nobbing, note, 18; throws down the Cross, 19; unlike S. Cyprian, 21; abolishes a choir &c. 24; commends Mr. Allen, 25; his idea of riotous conduct, 25; on Essays and Reviews, 77, 81.

Theatre preachings, 71.

Three centuries, Custom of, 161.
Timpkins writes to the bishop, 3-

Truth, Triumph of, 238.
Twentieth century, The, 188.

Union of Benefices Bill, 10.

Wesley and Whitfield, 147, 163.

Which or who? 184...

Wigram, Bishop, on Sunday schools, 34; his instructions to can

didates for Holy Orders, 61.

Wilberforce, Bishop, on the destruction of city churches, 7.

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