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II.

INDEX TO THE AUTHORS AND TO THE WORKS
WHICH ARE CITED OR REFERRED TO IN THIS
VOLUME.

[The chief works which have been consulted in making this list,
are, Dupin's Ecclesiastical History, the Biographical Dictionary, Lond
1750, and Clarke's Concise View of Sacred Literature. Every name
has been inserted which there was any excuse for noticing, in the
hope that a concise manual of this kind may be of use to students
in the country. R. stands for reference.)

Abbas l'spergensis, Conrad of Lichtenau, Abbot of Ursberg, circ.

1215. Chronicon. Basil, 1569. R. 100.
Abraham, Bartholomer, of Crete, Letter to Abp. of Ravenna, cited in

Labbé and Cossart. R. 108.
Elfrie, Archbishop of Canterbury, cire. 990. Canons, in Wilkin's

Concilia. R. 4. Epistle to Wulfstan, Abp. of York, in Routh.

R. 442.
Albertus Magnus, Bishop of Ratisbon, circ. 1260. Commentary on

the Books of Sentences. Basil, 1506. R. 445.
Alexander of Hales, a Friar, circ. 1230. Summary of Theology, cited

by Stillingfieet. R. 372. Edit. 1516. sine loco. R. 445.
Alerius Aristenus, Steward of the Church of Constantinople, circ.

1166. Notes to the Canons, in Beveridge's Pandect. R. 56, 57.
Alphonsus de Castro, a Spanish Friar, circ. 1540. Against Heresies.

Paris, 1571. R. 347 ; 354.
Ambrose, St. Bishop of Milan. circ. 374. Opera. Venet. 1781. R. 384,

386, 387, 419, 438, 444.
Amphilocius, Bishop of Iconium, cire. 370. Canon of Scripture, in

Beveridge's Pandect. R. 425.
Andrews, Lancelot, Bishop of Winchester, circ. 1620. Opuscula, Lon-

den, 1629. R. 393. Sermon on Resurrection, 1641. R. 393.
Antididagma Coloniense, a reply of the Chapter of Cologne to a pub-

lication of Hermann, their Archbishop, supposed to have been
from the pen of Bucer. Colon. 1542. R. 395.

heline, St., Bishop Wirceb. 1777. converted to the

Athanasius, St., Patriarch of Alexandria, circ. 326. Opera. Paris,

1627. R. 21; 356 ; 407; 422, 435.
Athenagoras, an Athenian Philosopher converted to the Christian faith.

circ. 178. Opera. Wirceb. 1777. R. 418.
Augustine, St., Bishop of Hippo, circ. 395. Opera. Edit. Benedict.

R. 392, 409, 439.
Azorius, John, a Spanish Jesuit of the 16th century. Cited by Labbé

and Cossart. R. 105.
Balsamon, Theodore, Chancellor of the Church of Constantinople,

circ. 1180. Dissertations on the Canons, in Beveridge's Pandect.

R. 57.
Baronius, Cæsar, a Cardinal, 1576. Annals, cited by Labbé and Cos-

sart. R. 15.
Bayley, Thomas, a Roman Controversialist, at one time sub-dean of

Wells, circ. 1650. End to Controversy. Doway, 1654. R. xxix.
Bellarmine, Robert, Archbishop of Capua, a Cardinal, 1599. De

Sacramento Matrimonii, cited by Stillingfleet. R. 404.
Bernard, St., Abbot of Clairvaux. 1115. Works. Colon. 1641.

R. 373.
Beveridge, William, Bishop of St. Asaph. 1704. Pandect of the Ca-

nons. Oxford, 1672. R. 9, 11, 18, 21, 54, 56, 57, 60, 82. Co-

dex Ecclesiæ Primitivæ Vindicatus. Lond. 1678. R. 18.
Bibliotheca Patrum, Colon. 1618. p. 357, 441, 444.
Bingham, Joseph, an English Presbyter. 1700. Works. London, 1726.

R. 48.
Binius Severinus, Canon of Cologne. 1600. Notes to the Canons, in

Labbé and Cossart. R. 15, 21, 82, 98, 107.
Bonaventure, John, a Cardinal. 1274. Commentary on the Books of

Sentences, cited by Stillingfleet. R. 372. Psalter of our Lady.

Paris, 1512. R. xviii. 407.
Bossuet, James Benigne, Bishop of Meaux. 1690. Exposition of Doc-

trine in the Catholic Church. R. xviii.
Bramhall, John, Archbishop of Armagh, 1660. Works. Dublin, 1677.

R 392.
Brett, Thomas, an English Presbyter, 1718. Collection of Liturgies.

Lond. 1720. R. 377.
Bull, George, Bishop of St. David's, 1702. Works. Oxford, 1827.

R. 99, 100.
Bullarium Magnum, Luxembourg, 1727. R. 379. Rom. 1740. R. 411.
Burchard, Bishop of Worms, 996. Decreta. Paris, 1549. R. 378.
Burnet, Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury, 1689. Commentaries on the Arti-

cles. Oxford, 1814. R. 365.

Cajetan, Cardinal, (Thomas de Vio), 1517. Opuscula. Lagd. 1562.

R. 379. Commentary m Aquinas, cited by Stillingfieet. R. 372.
Canon Law, Corpus Juris Canonici, a Pathæo. Paris, 1687. R. 73, 75,

369, 392, 443, 444.
Cassander, George, a learned Roman, 1560. Works. Paris, 1616.

R. 399, 394.
Catechismus ad Parochos. Lugd. 1676. R. 371.
Catharinus Ambrose, Bishop of Conza, 1551. Remarks upon Cajetan's

Commentaries. R. 382, 386.
Care, William, an English Presbyter, 1686. Historia Literaria, cited

by Routh. R. 74.
Chillingworth, William, Chancellor of Salisbury, 1638. Religion of

Protestants. Lond. 1727. R. xxi.
Chrysostom, St. John, Patriarch of Constantinople, 398. Works. Paris,
. 1624. R. 360. Paris, 1835. R. 386, 440.
Claggett, William, an English Presbyter, 1683. Sermons. Lond. 1690.

R. xxi. •
Clemens, St., Presbyter of Alexandria, 194. Works. Wirceb. 1778, and

Lugd. 1616. R. 387, 418, 432.
Clingius, a Franciscan, in the 16th century. Summary of Christian

Doctrine. Colon. 1570. R. 394.
Cochlaus, Johannes, a German Divine, 1538. Published the pre-

tended canons of the 4th Lateran Council, cited by Taylor.

R. Xvi, 85.
Code of the Primitive or Ante-Nicene Church, commonly called Apos-

tolical. R. 18, 53, 54, 402, 421.
Collier, Jeremy, an English Bishop, 1713. Ecclesiastical History.

Lond. 1708. R. 21, 99, 103, 104, 393.
Concilium Tridentinum. Rom. 1763. R. 95, 359.
Cotelerius, John, Reg. Prof. Græc. Paris, 1676. Ecclesie Grece Mo-

numenta. Paris, 1681. R. 349.
Courayer, Peter, a Roman Presbyter, 1760. Defense de la Dissertation

sur la Validité des Ordinations des Anglois. Bruxelles, 1726.

R. xxxii; 389, 393.
Cyprian, St., Bishop of Carthage, 248. Works. Wirceb. 1782. R.

356, 384,387, 434, 443.
Cyril, St., Patriarch of Alexandria, 412. Works. Paris, 1573. R. 357,

360.
Cyril, St., Patriarch of Jerusalem, 348. Works. Paris, 1631. R. 436.
Dacher, cited by Lenfant. R 354.
Dionysius Exiguus, a Scythian Monk, 533. Collection of Canons, in

Labbé and Cossart. R. 56, 57, 58.

Doyle, James, a Roman Bishop in Ireland, 1829. Abridgment of Chris-

tian Doctrine. Dublin, 1828. R. 371, 384, 404.
Dupin, Lewis, a Doctor of the Sorbonne, 1684, History of Ecclesiastical

Writers. Lond. 1692. R. 85, 104.
Durandus de S. Porciano, Bishop of Meaux, 1326. Commentary on

the Books of Sentences, cited by Stillingfleet. R. 404.
Epiphanius, Metropolitan of Cyprus, 368. Works. Colon. 1682.

R. 343, 407, 419, 423, 427, 437.
Estius, a Roman writer. Commentary on the Sentences of Aquinas.

Duac. 1616. R. 372.
Evagrius Scholasticus, Native of Syria, 594. Ecclesiastical History.

Cantab. 1720. R. 24.
Eusebius, Bishop of Cæsarea, 320. Ecclesiastical History. Cantab.

1720. R. 19, 422. Life of Constantine, ibid. R. 9. Demonstratio

Evangelica. Colon. 1688. R. 435.
Facundus, Bishop of Hermiana, 540. Defence of the three chapters.

Paris, 1629. R. 441.
Faith of the (soi-disant) Catholics, i.e. of the Roman schismatics, by

Berington and Kirke. Lond. 1830. R. xviii, xxix, 406.
Fisher, John, Bishop of Rochester, a Cardinal, 1535. Refutation of

Luther's Assertions. Ant. 1523. R. 354, 411.
Garnier, John, a French Jesuit, 1650, published Liber Diurnus. R. 10,

25, 74.
Gelasius, Patriarch of Rome, 495. On the two natures in Christ, in

Bibliotheca Patrum. R. 441, 444.
Gibson, Edmund, Bishop of London, 1745. Codex Juris Ecclesiæ An-

glicana. Oxford, 1761. R. 4.
Gaar, James, a Dominican Friar, 1640. Rituale Græcorum. Paris,

1647. R. 101, 383.
Goter, John, a Roman Controversialist of the 17th century. Nubes

Testium. London, 1686. R. xxix.
Gregory the Great, Patriarch of Rome, 590. Works. Rom. 1613. R.

12, 24, 369, 420, 428.
Gregory XV. Patriarch of Rome, 1622. Constitutiones, 1622. R. 379.
Gregory XVI. Patriarch of Rome, 1832. Encyclical Epistle. R. 408.
Gregory, St., Bishop of Nazianzum, Patriarch of Constantinople, 378.

Works. Paris, 1630. R. 356, 424, 437.
Gregory, St., Bishop of Nyssa, 371. Works. Paris, 1615. R. 356,

409, 438.
Grier, Richard, an Irish Presbyter, circ. 1828. Epitome of General

Councils. Dublin, 1828. R. 354.
Hammond, Henry, Archdeacon of Chichester, 1643. Works. London,

1674. R. xxi.

Harding, Thomas, an English Divine of the Roman Communion in

the 16th century, cited by Courayer. R. 389.
Hervetus, Gentianus, Canon of Rheims, 1560. Translation of Canons, in

Routh. R. 58.
Hilary, St., Bishop of Poictiers, 354. Works. Wirceb. 1785. R. 356,

360, 422, 436.
Hosius, Stanislaus, Cardinal, Bishop of Warmia, 1561. Works. Co-

lon. 1584. R. 394.
Hoveden, Roger de, Professor of Theology at Oxford, 1198. Annals

of England. Lond. 1596. R. 99.
Ibas, Bishop of Edessa, 451. Letter to Maris the Persian. R. 15.
Jerome, St., a Roman Presbyter, 392. Works. Basil, 1524. R. 356,

387, 420, 426.
Jeremy, Patriarch of Constantinople, 1576, cited by Routh. R. 23.
Jewell, John, Bishop of Salisbury, 1560. Replie to Harding. Lond.

1609. R. 393.
Ignatius, St., Bishop of Antioch, 107. Epistles. Russell's Edition,

Lond. 1746. R. 14.
John of Antioch, Patriarch of Constantinople, 564. Collection of Ca-

nons, in Justel. R. 56.
Johnson, John, an English Presbyter, 1700. Clergyman's Vade Mecum.

Lond. 1723. R. 21, 58.
Ireneus, St., Bishop of Lyons, 178. Against Heresies. Oxford, 1702.

R. 343, 355, 418, 431.
Isidore, Mercator, Canonist, 860. Translation of Canons, in Labbé

and Cossart. R. 56, 58.
Julius, Patriarch of Rome, 337. Epistles, in Canon Law. R. 443.
Julius II., Patriarch of Rome, 1513. Bull, in Bullarium Magnum.

R. 411.
Ivo, Bishop of Chartres, 1092. Excerptiones Decretorum, in the Canon

Law. R. 75.
Justel, Henry, a French Protestant, 1650. Bibliotheca Juris Canonici

Veteris. Paris, 1661. R. 49, 58.
Justin Martyr, native of Samaria, 140. Works. Wirceb. 1777. R.

429.
Justinian, Emperor. 527. Novelle Constitutiones. Collatio Nova. Ant.

1575. R. 57. 58.
King, John, an English Presbyter, Rites and Ceremonies of the Greek

Church in Russia. Lond. 1772. R. 383.
Labbé, Philip, a French Jesuit, and Cossart, Gabriel, Sacro-Sancta

Concilia. Paris, 1671-1672. R. passim.

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