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Jabesh Gilead, neutrality of, 344.
Jacob, banished by Esau, 256.
James, St, bishop of Jerusalem, 482;
his mass, 497; in Greek, 499; never
used the popish mass, 498.
Jealousy for God's glory, 35l.
Jebusites, account of, 371.
Jehovah, 27.
Jehu, his zeal against Baal, 7.
Jephthah, 360.
Jeremiah, his prophecy of the cap-
tivity, 12.
Jericho, taking of, 29.
Jerome, 294, 320, 494, 543, 566, 609,
617,619.
Jerusalem, its temple, 13, 14, 68, 69,
70, 88; hills and walls of, 87–8,
372-3; destroyed by Titus, 88,89,346,
372; by Nebuchadnezzar, 89, 346;
the holy city,315,372; its lamentable
state, 345; the new building of what
it teaches, 370, 452; called Salem,
Solyma, Jebus, 370–1; won by Da-

vid from the Jebusites, 371; Adam
supposed to be buried in, 373; com-
pass of its walls, 443.
Jewel, bishop, conference or corres-
pondence with Dr Cole, 523.
Jews, their mode of reckoning years
and months, 15; government of their
commonwealth, 23; their backward-
ness in building the temple, 37; their
present dispersion, 74; their usury,
heathen marriages, &c. reproved, 162;
their miserable state after their cap-
tivity, 291.
Job, his country, 244.
John, archbishop of Constantinople,
76, 518.
— prester, 205, 499, 500.
the pope's legate, sent to enforce
divorces of the clergy, 572; his in-
famous conduct, ib.
John I. pope, 601.
– VIII. pope, 602. *
— XII. pope, vii.
— XXIII. pope, 603.
Jonathan, slaughtering the Philistines,
29.
Joseph, his conduct as governor of
Egypt,466; of Arimathea, preached
in England, 511.
Josephus, 69,682.
Joshua destroys the Amorites, 28.
Judah, good kings of, prosperous, 75;
tribe of, grow faint-hearted, 415–6.
Judas' chapel, 541.
Judges, of Israel, 23. Judges on the
hill Esau, 270.
Judgment, human and divine, 97.
Judith, kills Holofernes, 29, 360.
Julian, 312, 440,596.
Justice better ministered under Edward
VI. than Mary, 614.
Justification, by faith or works, 167.
Justinian, Novell. Constitut., 499.

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Labouring men, idleness of, 446.
Lacklatin, Sir John, a nickname for an
ignorant popish priest, 20, 160,271.
Lactantius, 477.
Laity, may interfere in religion, by the
example of David and others, 625.
Lanfranc, archbishop of Canterbury,
brought in transubstantiation, 573,
588.
Latimer, his preaching, 427,461.
Laurence, St, martyr, 144, 157.
Law, use of, 104; kills, lll: necessary
to be taught, 354; law and gospel,
their order and use, 96, 97, 108, 111;
different effects, 354; courts of law,
466.
Laws repealed under Mary, 614.
Layman a, alleging Scripture, to be be-
lieved against a whole council, 532.
Laymen's books, 146.
Lazarus, 52.
Legenda aurea, 18; Nova Sanctorum,
587, 588, 589, 590, 607, 625.
Lent, flesh eaten in, 484; diversities of
fasting in, 560.
Leo, pope, 601.
III. pope, 602.
— X. confounded with Adrian VI.,
142.
Liberius, pope, 601.
Liberty, love of, 455.
Linus, first bishop of Rome, 588.
Lither, lazy, 447.
Lollards' tower, 540.
Lord of hosts, 48, 59; a name rarely
used in the New Testament, 27; why
God calls himself, 132, 138.
Lord's day, 17.
Love, faithful, seeks no delays, 119;
true, only among the godly, 240;
draws to earnestness in religion, 354;
of parents, 456.
Lucian, 312.
Lucius, king of England, 482, 510,
597.
Ludgate, 345.
Lukewarmness reproved, 342.
Luther, his preaching, 265.

M.

Maccabees, 23, 68, 181,207.
Macedonius, bishop, 637.
Magister Sententiarum, 526.

Magistrates, the walls of a city, 348;
their duty to defend religion, 360; to
care for the church, 429; to deliver
the oppressed, 471-2,476.
Mahomet, God's plague, 75; his rise,
77.
Malice, blinds men, 407.
Man, different names of, 94; God and
the devil, work together in one deed,
178.
Marcellinus, pope, 601.
Marriage, in the English church, 544;
accounted a sacrament, yet denied to
priests, 553; of priests condemned by
papists, allowed in the Greek church,
564.
Martyrs, their blood the seed of the
church, 144.
Mary, the Virgin, her humility, 47.
Mass, &c., differences in, 81,496, 497;
at Jerusalem, 482, 495; Latin, full
of prayers to saints, 498, 592; by
whom made, 501–2; language usedin,
499; its antiquity denied, 502; de-
termined by a miracle, 508; its dif-
ferent parts, by whom appointed,503;
the first, said by Christ, 504; origin
of the name, 505; price of a mass,
506; the word in Ambrose, 507;
Good-Friday mass, 507-8; mass, not
catholic, 548; forbidden to married
priests, 574.
Masses, popish, we must not communi-
cate at, 171,633; forenoon, 483,528.
Matins, midnight, 483, 528; papists'
rule about matins, 528.
Means to be used, not trusted in, 194. .
Measure, second, what, 391.
Meats, popish differences in, 46.
Melchisedec, 370.
Memories, memorials, 535.
Mentz, Hatto, bishop of, 30, 456,612.
Mercy, ready to all repentant, 101 ;
former, a pledge of future, 136.
Messages of God, how sent, 222.
Micher, pilferer, 290.
Minds, month-minds, &c., 318.
Ministers, not to thrust themselves into
office, 102; must not forsake their
flocks, 441.
Ministry, zeal for maintaining and the
contrary,9; unprofitable, in a worldly
view, 105,593; in all, of equal digni-
ty, 493.

Miriam (Mary), 361.
Missah, 506.
Moabites, build with the Jews, 384.
Mocking, sin of, 357,401; Ishmael's,
358.
Momus in Lucian, 312.
Monks brought into the cathedral
churches, 574.
Months, names and reckoning of, 15;
how reckoned in scripture, 287, 307.
Month-minds, 318.
Mordecai, (Mardocheus),384,423,660.
Moren, or Morwen, Bonner's chaplain,
481.
Moriah, Isaac offered up on, 374.
Moses, making the tabernacle, 8, 78;
jealous for God's word, 24; incul-
cates the teaching of it, 26; and
Aaron associated as rulers, 35; for-
saking Pharaoh's court, 341,425.
Mosheim, 19, 513, 684.
Mourning for the dead, to be bridled,
319.
Mumble-matins, a nick-name of popish
priests, 26.

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Namely, 34, 40.
Names, in scripture not given in vain,
216.
Nauclerus, 509, 567,652.
Nebridius, a courtier, 294.
Nebuchadnezzar, 8, 12,29,75,238,361;
offended God, though he was his in-
strument, 221; his pride and punish-
ment, 231, 233.
Nectarius, bishop of Constantinople,
553.
Negligence in building God's house,
11, 13,90; in captains and preachers
deprecated, 438.
Nehemiah, meaning of his name, 285;
his example recommended, 286,443;
to courtiers, 440; his prayer para-
phrased, 296–305; his promotion in
the Persian court, 310, 325; his
modest boldness, 314, 327; his love
to his country, 315; his prayer for
divine guidance, 322; difference be-
tween him and Ezrain going to Jeru-
salem, 327; his zeal in leaving the
court, 332; his conduct on arriving

at Jerusalem, 337-8; his secrecy,
341, 349; his zeal inspired by God,
342; boldness in withstanding their
enemies, 360, 362; seeks comfort in
prayer, 403; his laboriousness, 425,
450; a wise captain, 426; his address
to the nobles, 430,443; diligence and
trust, 444.
Nero, 254, 314.
Nethinims commended, 391.
Neuters, uterques, omnia, 344.
Nicene council, 532, 546, 549.
Nicephorus, 312,364,375,376,381,440.
Nicholas I. pope, 602.
Night, prayer by, 339.
Noah's flood, 28.
Nonest, nonce, purpose, 644.
Noting of time and circumstances an
evidence of truth, 11.
Nowls, heads, 292.
Numbers, errors in, 687.

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Oil, used in popish hallowing, 163;
hallowed for extreme unction, 525;
two kinds of, 526; how used in east-
ern countries, ib.
Olympias, 637,638.
Opposers of God's truth always over-
thrown, 206.
Oppression, complaint of, 454, 457,
458; by their own countrymen, 459;
various kinds of,461-2; general prac-
tice of, 465; what it is, 469; its un-
lawfulness, ib.; restitution required
of oppressors, 470-1; they shall be
punished, 473; have no religion in
them, 474.
Or, ere, 86.
Ordering of ministers, the English
service censured by papists, 484,578;
the scripture method, 580; our order
agrees to this, the popish differs, 581;
the ancient method, 584–5.
Oswi, king, called a synod, 625.
Ox, an emblem of a good builder, 380.

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Edward I. forbid bishops to go to
Rome for it, ib.; Rome enriched by
it, 584.
Palladius, 26.
Pambo, a monk, 26,688.
Panormitanus, 532,626.
Paphnutius vindicates the marriage of
the clergy, 532, 576.
Papists, their zeal and success, 6; their
priests sell heaven, &c., 20; withhold
God's word from the people, 25, 120;
differences among,80,81,549; change
with the world, 100, 197,550; despise
preaching, 1.12; their dissimulation,
117; their worship, 129; fear the
gospel, 142; in effect deny Christ to
be God, ib.; their baptism not so
evil as their mass, 171; their arro-
gant pretensions, 208; compared to
Edomites, 211, 238, 255, 256; more
cruel than they, 218, 253; their ex-
humation of the dead, 217; make the
pope their god, 233,420; their breed,
335; hard to be converted, 448; their
marriage service, 500; their bloody
practices, 516; are schismatics, 541,
544; suffered much less from the pro-
testants, than the latter from them,
622; differ little from Jews, 630; their
cruelty against the dead, 217,652.
Parse, pierce, 273.
Paschal, pope, his letter to Anselm,
572.
Pastors, their office, 490.
Patience of the godly, 248; under
scoffing, 402.
Patrons of benefices, their duties, 36.
Paul, St, exercises discipline, 7; jealous
for God’s word, 24; at Philippi, 145,
263; how he uses means, 328; de-
livered from the Jews, 423; wished
himself “accursed from Christ,”
424; his rule for eating the Lord's
supper, 529.
Paul's, St, church, burning of, 481;
abuses of, 483,539, 540; several times
burnt, 485, 606.
Paul II. pope, 99,602.
Paulinus, of Nola, 441.
Pax, 495.
Peace, promised in Christ, 157; worldly,
grievous, 158.
Pecocke, Ranold, condemned in Henry
the sixth's days, 591.

Perne, vice-chancellor of Cambridge,

657.
Pernel, 56.
Persecutions, papal, 142, 205; remon-
strance against, 212; effect of, 143:
Christians supported in, 158, 197;
place of worship provided in, 263;
spreads the gospel, 264.
Persians, destruction of their kingdom,
185; their manner of deliberating,
325; their archery, 428,
Persius, 156.
Persuasions, of two kinds, 349-50;
more effectual than threatenings,
354.
Peter, the apostle, the pope unlike him,
271; except in his faults, 604; cut-
ting off Malchus' ear, 433.
Phagius, see Fagius.
Pharisees, troubled at Christ's preach-
ing, 140.
Phileas, bishop of Chinna, 565.
Phinehas, zealous for God, 7,343, 477.
Phocas, 76, 521.
Pighius, 570; (comp. 255.)
Pilate, troubled about Christ, 141;
and Herod agree against Christ,
410, 551.
Pilkington, Bp., his birth, if his col-
lege, ib. note; expositions at Basil,
ii; whether printed, ib. note ; signs
the “peaceable letter” at Frankfort,
iii; a commissioner for revising the
Prayer Book, ib.; Master of St John's
College and Divinity professor, ib.;
his exposition of Haggai and Oba-
diah, iv.; bishop of Durham, w; his
Sermon at Paul's cross, ib.; Confuta-
tion of an Addition, &c. vi; his
letter to archbishop Parker, vii; to
the Earl of Leicester and the Epistola
Consolatoria, viii; to Sir William
Cecil, ix; another on the conclusions
in the university of Louvain, x;
foundation of Rivington School, xi;
death and will, ib.; epitaphs on, xii,
xiii; Commentary on Nehemiah,
xiii; character, ib.; list of his works,
xiv.–xvi; Lancastriensis, Canta-
brigiensis, Dunelmensis, 10; writes
for the unlearned, 307, 376, 643; his
exposition on Ezra xvi., 308, 367;
commemoration of, at Rivington
school, 671.

Pilkington, Leonard, John, and Lau-
rence, v.
Pius, pope, 601.
— II. pope, 500; in favour of priests’
marriages, 566.
Pix, the box for the consecrated wafer,
129.
Places, supposed holiness of, 63, 64.
Placilla, wife of Theodosius, 386.
Plagues, God's, the cause of,73; cause
of to be searched, 50, 180; not to
be resisted, 72, 77; difference of,
under popery and the gospel, 85; of
one a warning to others, 175; if de-
spised, bring greater, 176; come from
God, but man sins as the instrument,
220; greater in popery than in the
gospel, 606.
Platina, 99, 503, 514, 566,601-3.
Plautus, 215.
Pliny, 231,333, 428.
Pluralities, 255.
Plutarch, 377.
IIoluaivetv, 489.
Pole, Cardinal, his commissioners, 65;
his book De Unitate Ecclesia, 497.
Policy joined with prayer, 413, 415.
Polycarp, his martyrdom, 364.
Polychronicon, 509, 512, 514, 516, 517,
527, 535, 561, 572, 575, 583, 585, 588,
590, &c., 597, 598,607, 610, 611.
Polycrates, bishop of Ephesus, 565."
Polydore Vergil, 565.
Ponet, bishop of Winchester, answer
to Martin, 549.
Poor, as well as rich, builders in God's
house, 33, 46; wants of their chil-
dren, 455-6.
Pope's testament does not teach Christ,
20; pope, his seat shaken, 30, 421;
when he began to flourish, 75; his
power declining, 77; thinks his laws
better than Christ's, 80; pride of,99,
206; liable to err, 115; his church
and Christ's, diversity of, 129; popes
poison one another, 247; pope most
unlike St Peter, 271; compared to
Tobias, 410; several popes at once,
545, 618; pope's creatures all super-
stitious, 563; a woman, pope, 602;
popes corrected or deposed by empe-
rors, 640.
Popery, 6, 9; opposed to the grace of
the gospel, 20; dregs of, 121; plagues

in, greater than under the gospel,
606.
Popish questions, see Questions.
Popish rubbish left in the church, com-
plaint of, 417-8.
Porters of the church, 383.
Portus, 17, 630; its antiquity, 534-5;
of Sarum, 535.
Prayer, common places of, 63; fervency
of, and the contrary, 292; outward
forms and inward dispositions of,
295; in all places, 323; a sovereign
salve for all sores, 405, 411; feeling
of helplessness necessary for, 41.1;
must be joined with means, 412; of
Constantine's soldiers, 413; two sorts
of, 564.
Preachers, the Lord's servants, 21; how
called and sent, 22, 38; what to
preach, 59, 218; not to be disdained
for their simplicity, 99, 100; their
office worshipful, 106; their high
titles, 106, 107; sent to the builders
of God's house, 184; gentle kind of,
win most to God, 354.
Preaching, not to be despised, 12, 114;
necessary, 1.12; its effect, to make
us new men, 117; moves more than
plagues, 183; conquers more than
fighting, 265.
Preter tense used of things future, 226,
241.
Pride, the beginning of sin, 227; arises
of good things, 228; of beauty,
strength, &c., 229, 230; God throws
down the proud, 233.
Priests, unable, their unprofitableness,
36; popish, wickedness of their tren-
tals, &c., 126, 161; should be learned
in scripture, 160; admonished by Ne-
hemiah, 378; extent of their houses,
391; should go with the army to war,
414.
Princes, stand not by their own power,
188; not to be trusted in, 231; suits
to, commended by prayer to God,
308; to be prayed for, 434; are to
maintain true religion, 640, 642.
Princocks, 523.
Promises, effect of God's, 109; satisfy
the conscience in all doubts, 186;
Christ's, to be with his church, 110;
given to rulers pertain to their suc-
cessors, 185; those to fathers belong to

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