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his letter to Gregory, 517; his
christening, 518; England declined
from his steps, 522; established mass
and seven sacraments, 618.
Aurelius, Marcus, 286.
Authority, how it began, 125.

B.

Babel, tower of 30, 231.
Babylon, greatness of 231 ; country
of, &c. 281, &c.
Babylonian captivity, Romish slavery
compared to, 4, 277; Babylonians'
cruelty to the Edomites, 235, &c.
Badge, pricked on the sleeve, 356.
Bale, ii.
Baptism, of faithful ministers to be
preferred to that of papists, 171;
sin after, 448; our vows in, 621.
Baronius, 76.
Basil, fell by an earthquake, 607.
Bayard, a horse, 610.
Beasts, their disobedience reminds us
of our sin, 91.
Becket, Thomas, canonized, 19; his
service, 535, 536, 557; accused be-
fore the pope, 589; quarrel with
Henry II., 640.
Bede, 447, 512.
“Behold,” its use, 72,225,459.
Benedict IX. pope, 602.
Bene’t, St,80, 550.
Bernard, 158,445.
Billingsgate, 345.
Bishop's office laborious, 36,494, 604;
blessings, 64; popish, 82, 197, 603;
church committed to government of,
482, 488; succession of, 485; their
authority, what, 488; spiritual, in
doctrine and discipline, 491; how to
be executed, 492; their temporal
authority derived from the prince,
ib.: grounds of their superiority,
493; Universal, a cursed name, 519;
popish, their oath to the pope, 555;
protestant, impoverished by their
predecessors, 592,594–5; by tradition
of the apostles, 605.
Bishoping, confirmation, 553.
Blasphemy, law of, 361.
Body and blood of Christ, how receiv-
ed in the Lord's supper, 552.

Bohemians, came to England to hear
Wickliffe, 654.
Boniface, made pope by Phocas, 76,
521.
— VIII. pope, 18.
Bonner, called a butcher, 361, 400,
587,623.
Boulogne won, 70, 86.
Bow, great importance of, in war, 428.
Brast, brust, burst, 264.
Brent, brinning, burnt, burning, 481.
Brether, brethern, brethren, 233.
Brother, how used in scripture, 187,
288.
Bucer, dug up from his grave, 65; his
disinterment and restitution, 651 :
his learning, ib.; his doctrine, 655.
Builders of God's house must seek his
glory, 363; must not fear mockers,
365; blessedness of being one, 366;
will have no fellowship with hypo-
crites, 367.
Burials, out of the church or church
yard, 64; place of, 316; three rules
for burials, 317–8; comely order in,
318; in the English service, 543.
Burning of St Paul's cathedral, cir-
cumstances of, 481 ; a warning, 483,
648; whether by lightning or by
accident, ib.
Buskle, prepare, 353.

C.

Caesar, Julius, 286, 451.
Calais lost, 70, 86.
Calendar, of the Roman church, 15,
19.
Canaanites, what, 268.
Canterbury burnt, 607.
Canute, 51.
Capitolina, built by Adrian, 372.
Captain, benefit of a stout one, 377;
especially Christ, 383; good, duties
of, 449.
Captivity in Babylon, length of 127.
Carthage, third council of 566.
Casleu, Jewish month, 287.
Catholic church, agrees in the sub-
stance of doctrine, differs in cere-
monies, 552; what? 617; papists
divided from, 618; never had one
order of service, 629.

Cedron, brook, 345.
Celibacy of clergy, 527; difficulty of
enforcing it, 567.
Ceremonies, of the old law, 129; po-
pish, 130.
Chabrias, a saying of his, 377.
Chance, things do not turn outby, but
by providence, 308.
Charlemagne's decree for reading scrip-
ture in churches, 536.
Charles V., opposer of the gospel, 265,
653.

Charms, popish, 177, 536, 563.
Children, said to have that which their
fathers had, 135.
Choreb, chereb, explained, 87.
Christ, his zeal for God's house, 5; the
only schoolmaster, 81; salvation only
by, 81; before his incarnation present
with the fathers, 134; promise of,
138; connected with trouble, 139;
trouble at his birth, 140, 335; the
desire of all people, 147-8; glory of
in his church, 148; his kingdom sha-
dowed forth by temporal conquests,
261'; the Holy One, 262; in Sion,
264; difference of his kingdom from
an earthly one, 269; all night in
prayer, 340; his voluntary humilia-
tion, 341; zeal for the house of God,
344; signified by different gates of
Jerusalem,378-9; his body and blood,
how received in the Lord's supper,
552; his one sacrifice for sin, 621.
Christians serving heathen, lawfulness
of, 311; accused of troubling the
state, 359.
Chrysostom, 23, 45, 58, 542, 576, 596,
609, 636, 682.
Church, use of, 64; to be built for
God’s glory, 539.
Church goods, not to be taken away,
61.
Cicero, 317,408, 439, 679.
Clemens, held wives should be com-
mon, 600.
Clemens Romanus, 629.
Comfort, most to greatest offenders,
131.
Communion service of the English
Church not contrary to our vows in
baptism, 634, 639.
Communion table instead of altars,
545.

Confession, 553; on what grounded,
554.
Conjuring among the Jews, 385.
Consecration of the elements by the
apostles, 498, 508, 635.
Constantine the Great, 8,413, 641.
Constantius, the emperor, 637.
Contentment with God's will, 153.
Corah, &c., their punishment, 28, 624.
Corporas, 46.
Councils, popery not proved by gene-
ral, 531; Gregory's (of Nazianzum)
opinion of,532; but few general, 533;
our religion older than, 549.
Courtiers, Nehemiah an example to,
288; their character, 289, 309; ex-
amples of good, 294.
Cranmer, his reformation, 37; his dis-
putation at Oxford, 400; book on
the sacrament, 523, 547.
Crantz, or Krantz, Albert, 247.
Creatures, the, obey God, 59,90; re-
fuse to serve man through man's sin,
91; not to be considered in them-
selves, 230.
Cross, must be borne strongly, though
it seem long, 127; the livery of
Christ, 191; cross-week, 556.
Cruche, crook, 584, 586.
Cyprian, 144, 245, 537, 542, 597, 605,
617,619, 624, 628,629, 630,631,632,
633, 634,680.
Cyrus, raised up to deliver God's people,
4, 11, 12; restores the vessels of the
temple, 8.

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tain days improperly called unfortu-
nate, 17, 18.

Dearths in England, 289; in the time
of popery, 611.

Demaratus, 424.

Aeouds, excommunication, 381.

Devil, the, works with God and man
in one deed, 178; incarnate, worse
than in his own nature, 363; con-
stantly hindering the building of
God's house, 454–5; tries to deface
the gospel, 467.

Diogenes, 314, 317.

Dionysius Areopagus, 585.

Discipline, want of deplored, 5, 6, 211,
382; must be impartial, 67; neces-
sary in a church, 129, 176; contro-
versy about, 379; insufficiency of that
proposed, 381.

Disobedience, to God, defiles all our
doings, 172; to the church, protest-
ants charged with, 484.

Disputation on religion in Elizabeth's
time, 626.

Dodkin, little doit, 607.

Doors, locks, &c. the emblems ex-
plained, 382–3.

Duddles, 212.

Dung-gate, its use, 387.

Duns Scotus, 80,527, 550, 554,635.

Durandus, 509.

Durham, the church burnt, 607.

Edmond, St., 588.
Edom, Esau, 219; several prophesied
against, 222.
Edomites, who, 219; cruelty to Israel,
223, 251, 252; deceived by their
prosperity, 232; their utter destruc-
tion, 235; beginning of their enmity
to Jacob, 248.
Egfrid and Ethelreda, 590.
Egypt, plagues of,28,29,75; no refuge
to the Jews, 240.
Elder brother, privileges of, 223; re-
fused by God, 224.
Eleutherius, pope, 482, 510, 512; his
letter to Lucius, 512-3; his ordinance
about meats, 514.
Eli, his neglect to punish his sons, 35.

Elijah, 54,358, 599, 612; his zeal for
God, 7,98.
Elizabeth, queen, compared to Esther,
4; the gospel restored by her, 13; her
injunctions, 575; prosperity in her
reign, 613.
Enemies, how to pray in regard to,404-
5; kindness to, 433; outward and
inward, 449.
England, conduct of in time of persecu-
tion reproved, 24; long neglect of
building God's house, 25,37; plagued
for neglecting, 58; oppressed by
Romans, Saxons, &c., 73; called to
repentance, 82; warned, 89, 188;
English apparel, 56; Englishmen,
nothing to boast of in their origin,
125; planting of christianity in Eng-
land, 481; received not the faith from
Rome, 510; conquered by Danes and
Normans, 521.
English Service, its antiquity, 530;
based entirely on scripture, 531;
agrees with the ancient church, 533;
common prayer, 541, 562; baptism,
ib.; communion, 541-2; burials, 543;
marriage, 544; confession, 553.
Engrossing, 460.
Enk, ink, 211.
Envy, its nature illustrated, 335–6; of
the wicked against the good, 398.
Esther, 310, 660.
Eunuch of queen Candace, 149.
Eusebius, Eccles. Hist. 333, 365, 413,
565,682, 683.
Eustathius despisedmarried priests,565.
Evil company to be avoided, 169; mi-
nister, does not hinder the sacrament
or word, 170,636; evil-gotten goods
never thrive, 57, 58; evil to be im-
puted to man only, 613.
Example, want of good, 451.
Excommunication, 381, 388.
Excuses of negligence vain, 32, 41, 43,
172.
Exemptions, claim to, reproved, 390.
Exhumation of the dead, 217.
Ezra, would not ask for a guard, 327;
Pilkington's exposition on, 308, 357.

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Fabian, 512, 516, 518, 583, 597.
Fagius, associated with Bucer, 651,
655-6, 657.
Faith, how gotten and increased, 112;
the same in different effects, 132;
sight by faith surer than the eye,
215; necessary in prayer, 295.
Faithful, the, cannot want, 154.
Fasciculus Temporum, 80, 545, 598.
Fasts, different among papists, 80;
fasting regulated by particular
churches, 556; none between Easter
and Whitsunday, ib.; laws for, first
made by Montanus, 558; two sorts
of, voluntary and by commandment,
ib.; several things to be considered
in, 559.
Fathers, different children from the
same, 219; of the church, their
authority, 484; called to return to
their steps, 486; followed by the
English church, 541.
Faude, mayor of Cambridge, 656.
Fear goes before love, 194; two sorts
of, ib.
Fearfulness condemned, 378,432.
Felix, 184.
pope, 60l.
Feries, 17.
Fire, used for the influence of the Holy
Ghost, 266; wind, &c., God's in-
struments, 608.
Florence, council of, 145-6.
Fonts, baptism without, 518.
Food, moderation in, 52; miracle by
which it nourishes, 53.
Forgiveness, hope of, as long as God
speaks to us, 25.
Formosus, pope, disinterred, 652.
Foxe, John, 505, 523,640.
France, bloody marriages in, 420.
Fratricelli, 18.
Frederick, king, story of his physicians,
336.
Frederick Barbarossa, letter to Pope
Adrian, 22.
Freres, friars, 205; and monks, their
privileges, 380.
Friar Mantuan, 586.
Friday, named from Fria, 16; golden,
80.

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Gangrense, council, 570.
Gardiner, bishop, his threat, 197,254;
his works on the sacrament, 547; his
changing, 587,622; his book De vera
obedientia, 621; his death, 655.
Gates of cities, how named, 345; mi-
nisters compared to, 348.
Gelasius, pope, 541, 546.
Genesius, a jester, 401.
Gentleness better than sharpness, 183.
Gerson, 532,626.
Gibeonites, 246; burying Saul, 318;
commended, 392.
Gideon, 29, 47, 109.
Gildas, 510, 517, 584, 618, 6.19.
Giraldus, bishop of York, 591.
Gluttony, 52; of abbeys, 610.
God, his house, building of, 3; to be
built before our own, 39; building
of hindered by sin, 40; God delights
in, 68; his long suffering, ll, 119,
179; God to be obeyed rather than
man, 24, 41; his blessing prospers
labour, 50; makes food serviceable,
53; his delight in his people, 71;
giver of all good things, 85; his
providence, 93; his presence with
his people, 108; not a partial God,
133; effect of his blessing, ib.;
wise in disposing of his goods, 153;
his doings to be marked, 173, 175;
punishes by his creatures, 177,220;
as a token of love, 181; his punish-
ments at first gentle, 178; for our good,
179; turns to us when we turn to him,
182; his love to his people, 189; saves
them in all dangers, 191, 196; his
will the first cause of good, 195; tries
his people, 207; punishes us by the
offending parts, 226; to be looked to
in all things, good or evil, 227; his
deed, that which his servants do, 234;
slow in punishing, but sure, 248,258;
his righteous retribution, 257; jealous
for his religion, 258; his relations to
his people, 259; majesty, 296–7; spe-
cially the God of his people, 331,351;
righteousness of his judgments, 346;
his goodness not to be mistrusted,
353; watchfulness over his people,
422; an almighty helper, 431.
“God, little” of the papists, 129, 156.
Godly, patience of 248; punished for
a time, 250.

Godly-wise, 245.
Goliath, 30, 120,246, 360, 416.
Good, the, persecuted by the wicked,
204; and evil mixed in the church,
388; dwell among the wicked, why,
424; forgive injuries, ib.; judge
others to be like themselves, 425.
Good returned for evil, nature of God
and his people, 261.
Gospel, enemies of 44; follows the
law, 96, 108; its use, 97,107; gives
life, 111; its general reception, 145;
preaching of makes a church pleasant
to God, 156; spread by persecution,
264.
Grace, necessary for worthily consider-
ing God's plagues, 174; freeness of,
194.
Gratian, Decretal. 496, 501, 543, 566.
Grave called coimeterion, Beth-haiaim,
319.
Greediness, insatiable, 51.
Greek names, Aggeus, &c. 11; histories;
whether agreeing with the scriptures,
13; church, not agreeing with Rome,
145, 205, 500; and Latin churches,
difference between, 548.
Gregory Nazianzene, 312, 532, 543,
565.
Gregory, the first pope, 76, 344, 441,
482, 498, 503, 508, 515, 517, 518, 519,
520, 635, 675; his letter to Austin,
517, 524; his opposition to John of
Constantinople, 519; his mass-book,
508, 524; ordained fasting of all Lent,
561.
— III. pope, 602.
— VII. (Hildebrand) 521, 564,
567, 574.
Groat, price of a dirige or mass, 543.
Grosshead, or Groseteste, bishop of
Lincoln, 591.

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Hallowing, popish, vanity of, 163,316,
496.
Haman, 242,290.
Hand, use of the term in Hebrew, 21;
good hand of God upon us, 331.
Hannah, her prayer, 322, 564.
Harrow, destroy, 171.
Hatto, bishop of Mentz, his death, 30,
456, 612.
Hearing, benefit of 291.
Heathen called into the church, 61.
Helen's day, 15.
Henry, king of France, his death, 654.
Heretics, not generally unlearned, 120;
learned, refuted by an unlearned man,
267.
Hermanius or Hermannus, a reputed
heretic, 18.
Herod, troubled at Christ's birth, 140,
335, 359, 423; Agrippa, his death,
29, 233; troubled at the gospel, 141;
his pride, 233.
Herodotus, 424.
Hezekiah commended, 360.
Hickscorners, 357.
Hilary, of Poitiers, married, 570.
Hildebrand, 521; hell-brand, 565, 574.
Historia Tripartita, 596,631,637.
Holiness only in and from Christ, 164:
of temple, &c. what, 165; popish,
vain, 262.
Holy flesh, what, 162; how the un-
faithful part made holy by the faith-
ful, 164.
Holy Ghost, his influence compared to
fire, 266,342; the schoolmaster of all
truth, 329.
Homo, meaning of 94.
Horace, 584.
Hospitals, founded in the time of the
gospel, 610.
Hosts, the Lord's, what, 27, &c., 59,
132, 138.
Hottinger, 142,684.
House of God, general and particular,
65; spiritual, 66; building of, 3;
Christ's zealin, 5; what it consists in,
7, 62,73; promoted by David, Cyrus,
Darius, Artaxerxes, Constantine,
&c., 8; negligence in, 11, 13,90; vain
excuses for, 32,42; all required to
build it, 66,94, 378; men build their
own rather, 83; all that build it not
sleep in sin, 116; builders of, need

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