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A BRIEF TABLE

TO direct The READER TO SUCH PLACES AS MARTIN IN THIS BOOK
CAWILLETH TO BE CORRUPTED IN DIVERS TRANSLATIONS OF THE
ENGLISH BIBLES, BY ORDER OF THE BOOKS, CHAPTERS,
AND VERSES OF THE SAME, WITH SOME OTHER
QUARRELS AGAINST BEZA AND OTHERS
FOR THEIR LATIN TRANSLATIONS,
WITH THE ANSWERS OF
WILLIAM FULKE.

OLD TESTAMENT.

- PAGE page Gen. iv. 7. num. 28. num. 9...125, 390 || Canticles viii. 6. num. 46............. 152 xiv. 18. num. 42............ num. 2.............. 57l

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xlii. 38. num. 12................. 297 xxvi. 18........... . 571 2 Kings xxiii. 5. num. 6............. 565 xxx. 20. num. 5... 574 2 Chron. xxviii. 19. num. 10. . 579 22. num. 23.................

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num. 1......... 547 || Jer. vii. 18. num. 9.. -Ezra ix. 5. num. 16.................... 444 xi. 19. num. 18.................... Psal. lxxxiv. 7................. ---------- 575 xliv. 19. num, 9................... lxxxvi. 13. num. 13. Dan. iv. 24. num. 18...................

num. 46... lxxxix. 48. num. 14. .

vi. 22. num. 3.................... 336 x. 12. num. 15..

xcv. 6............................... xiv. 4. num. 26..... 212 xcviii. 5............ ---------------- 12. 17. 20. num. 16. ... 517 cxix. i. ........................... - Hosea xii. 10. num. 8................. 578 cxxxi........... -------------------- 542 xiii. 14. num. 46.............. 152 ---- ..... 526 cxlvii. 19. 18. num. 3.....332, 573 ‘Prov. i. 12. num. 22.................... 309 || Hab. ii. 18. num. 23. num. 4...208, 573 ix. 2. num. 21. cum sequent. 522 || Mal. ii. 7. num. 17...................... 481 xxvii. 20 310 iii. l. num. 18.................... 483 xxx. 16......... 309 14. num. 17............ ------- 445 Canticles vi. 9, num. 10 237 APOCRYPHA. Wisd. iii. 14. num. 3.................. 419 || 1 Macc. i. 51............................. 2 xv. 13. num. 27................ 213 ii. 21............................ 332 Ecclus. v. 5. num. 4.................... 420 || 2 Macc. vi. 7. num. 5.................. 564

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1 Pet. i. 18. 25. num. 3............... 548 I 2 Pet. iii. l6. num. l .................. 557
ii. 13. num. 22 488 l 1 John v. 3. num. 14.............. ..... 398
ii. 13. num. 24. .... 490 21. num. 13................... 193
v. 1. num. 9..... .. 25l I Rev. xix. 8. num. 3.................... 335
BEZA'S CORRUPTIONS.

Psal. li. 6. num. 26 . 122 | Acts xxvi. 20. num. 1 ............... 428

Matt. xxiii. num. 10...

iii. 21. num. 36..
xiii. 39. num. 2.....

xxvi. 20. num. 45............... 150 ;

Rom. iv. ll. num. 2
1 Cor. xii. 31. num. 8
xiii. 2. num. 6 ...............
xv. 10. num. 27....
2 Thess. ii. 3. num. 3 ...............
Tit. iii. 5, 6. num. 46.................. 152
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Heb. v. 7. num. 29.....

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INDEX OF MATTERS, &c.

A.

ADDIt ions to the text, allegation of,
examined, 547–556.
Altar, 110, 111, 112; translations con-
cerning it examined, 497–525.
Ambassador, 218.
Ambrose, 41, 51, 60, 102,171,212, 270,
272, 395; his opinion of the Sep-
tuagint, 53; of Genesis xviii. 395;
of merits, 369; of penance, 438.
Amendment of life, 433.
Angel, 218; translation of the word
examined, 483.
Anima, 81, 82, 158,280.
Apocrypha, 21.
Apocryphal books, when first received,
18.
Apostle, 218; and messenger, difference
between, 464.
Aquarii, a sect of heretics, 522.
Arias Montanus, 55, 56, 79.
Aristotle, his meaning of Čukatwua,
336.
Armenian church depart not from the
scriptures in favour of men's judg-
ment, 523.
Augustine, 10, 19, 23, 25, 26, 35, 38,
47, 48, 53, 70, 73, 102, 103, 146, 149,
226, 227, 242, 258, 269, 270, 290,
292, 293, 294, 298, 340, 341, 353,
387, 389, 472, 544, 558, 590; com-
mended the necessity of Greek and
Hebrew learning to find out the truth
of the Latin interpretation, 48; not ad-
dicted entirely to the Latin translation,
70; ignorant of Hebrew, 391; says it
is the special gift of God that men
will and are able, 389; follows corrupt
translation of Septuagint in reading
conversion for appetite, 391; says
merits are of God, not man, 353;
denies reward of works, ib.; opinion
of free-will perverted by Romanists,
386, 387; of penance, 438; con-
cerning the Virgin Mary, 533.

Auricular confession, not proved from
the passage in St James, 458,459.
Ausonius, 435.

B.

Ballad, the term justified, 572.

Baptism and confession, translations
concerning, examined, 450–459; of
John, explained, 453,454; sacrament
of, not taken away when it is stated
that God may work regeneration in
those who are necessarily deprived of
it, 456.

Basil, his opinion adduced to shew the
proper rendering of Luke xxii. 20,
131, 139; quoted, 364; his opinion
of trampopopia, 418.

Beda, 56, 57.

Beiasedho, 583.

Bel and the Dragon, story of, not in
the Hebrew, 26; reasons for not re-
ceiving it into the Canon, 27.

Bernard, his opinion of ipsa, 534.

Beza, his translation impugned and
defended, 57, 60, 61, 69, 112, 157,
160; –of Matthew x. 2, 41.—Luke i.
6, 118; 78,43; iii. 36,43; xxii. 20,
511.-John vi. 11, 499; Acts ii. 23,
123; 24, 43; iii. 21, 130, 131, 158;
vii. 14, 43; xiii. 39, 404.—l Corin-
thians vii. 1, 115; ix. 5, 115; x. 16,
500, 50l.–Galatians iii. 13, 45.-
Romans iii. 20, 404; iv. 2, 404; iv.
3, 9,406; v. 7, 123; v. 18, 160,402.
—Hebrews v. 7, 127; his translations
not followed by English Protestants,
154; his rendering of uerdivoua, 155;
reasons why he refused the word
paenitentia, 155; misrepresented, 175;
his opinion of the vulgar translation
of the New Testament, 176; an
enemy to the doctrine of free will,
377; says men cannot keep God's
commandments without his grace,

399; expresses what the apostle saith,
that circumcision is a seal of the jus-
tice of faith, 451; translation concern-
ing temptation examined, 562, 563.
Bible by Thomas Matthew, 21, 72, 91;
by Jug, 422; by Coverdale, 548.
Bishops not superior to priests in au-
thority of handling the sacraments,
461; superior for government, ib.
Blasphemies of Romanist writersagainst
holy scripture, 8.
Bonaventure, Psalter of, blasphemous,
528.
Brasen serpent, in what manner an
image, 183.
Brethren of love, 37.
Bridges, Mr, 75.
Bristow, Richard, 14, 15, 68, 76, 95.

C.
Cadaver, 84, 112,280.
Calfhill, Mr, 75.
Calvin on 2 Pet. i. 10, 85; his opinion
of Acts iii. 21, 131; of St James'
epistle, 159; an enemy to doctrine
of free will, 377.
Campian, Edm. ii. 14, 439, 440, 442,
808; could not construe Greek, 508.
Canisius, 527, 528.
Canonical scriptures, how to be dis-
tinguished from other writings, 19.
Capere, 507.
Carcase, 81, 83.
Castaleo, 163.
Catechumeni, 257.
Catholic, 218, 219, 222, 223.
Chataoth, 391,393.
Chemarim, 565.
Christ, citing the Old Testament brings
nothing disagreeing with the Hebrew
text, 49; his descent into hell, 323;
crowned for his suffering, 374; for
himself needed not to merit, ib.; our
justice, wisdom and sanctification,
402; makes us just, 403; conformity
to his sufferings necessary towards
being the partakers of his glory, 441.
Christ's descent into hell, translations
respecting, 278–321.
Christian's creed, 415.
Chrysostom, 171, 204, 271, 273, 294,
360, 364, 365, 466; his opinion of
tradition, 171; exposition of Gen.

iv. 395; says justification is of God,

410, 411; his opinion of the election
of Matthias, 466; of apostles' mar-
riages, 475, 478,479; of the blessing
of the bread and wine, 502; on Christ's
flesh, 510; on his presence, 511.
Church, the, had no tradition necessary
to salvation but what is contained
in Old and New Testament, 89:
translations respecting it examined.
225–239.
Church militant, not excluded by the
term congregation, 227.
Circumire, 565.
Civil contract, 492.
Clemens Alexandrinus, 9, 473; says
the apostles had wives, 472.
Codex Bezae, 88.
Complementum, 231, 234, 236.
Confession, 274; and baptism, transla-
tions concerning, examined, 450–
459.
Conflatile, 204, 205, 209, 212, 213.
Congregation, term alluded to, 90, 112,
218, 219, 230, 238, 239; the Jews
so termed by Augustine, 227.
Convivificavit, 384.
Cooperarii, 383.
Corruptions, alleged, considered, 557.
Council of Carthage, 18, 19, 23, 262:
of Laodicea, 18; of Constantinople,
18.
Coverdale, his translation defended, 98.
Cranmer's Bible misliked by Papists,
190.
Curare, 379.
Cyprian, 40, 351, 352, 522; thought it
possible for the Church of Rome to
err, 40; his opinion of merits, 352;
his opinion of penance, 439; his
opinion of exomologesis, 457.

D.

Deacons, 218, 254, 255.
Denis, (Dionysius,) 431.
Diaconus, 110, 254.
Dignor, 360, 365.
Disputation at Wisbech Castle, iii. 41.
Dissension between Augustine and Je-
rome, about a text of scripture, 35.
Dissensions, 218, 219, 221; in churches
of Africa and Rome, about re-baptism
of those baptized by heretics, 35.
Dulia, 259 ; translations concerning,
examined, 539–546.

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