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Acute Observation on the King's Clergy (Conduct of) in the reign of
Conscience,
34 James II,

9
Addresses, List of, in 1807,

107 Church of Britain established before
Animadversions on Dr. Milner's Con.

the Church of Rome,

67
duct,

35 “ Choice of Ministers" reviewed, 81
“ Appeal against Roman Catholic Canning's (Mr.) Speech reviewed, 69
Claims," reviewed,

130

blossomed at Eton,
Address of Roman Catholic Prelates, blighted at Westminster,

ibid.
Observations on,

205

unfortunate in his
Anglicus (Letter of) on Concessions, 271 Connexion with Ld. Grenville,
Adrian IV's (Pope) Bull, authorizing

re's Exordium compared with
Henry II. to invade Ireland, (note) 295 Sir Christopher Hatton's Speech in
Anti-Papicola, (Letter of)
• 311 the Critic,

71
Anti-Pope, (Letter of)

487

distressed by his Popishi
• Appeal to all Protestants on the

Clients,

ib.
Consequences of, falsely called, Ca- a's’Three assumed Principles
tholic Emancipation;" reviewed and

are groundless,

73
recommended,

529 *'s Two Considerations fatile : 138
Atcheson's (Mr.) manliness, 534

a Declaimer,

139
Absolutions, various, Romish Price for 579 -'s Specch (Observations on) by
Assassination of the Prince of O.

Somers,

143
sange as an Heretic,

543
Do, continued

200

mistaken in deeming Po-
Blackstone's classification of Papists 141 pery changed,

141
Bishops elected by Clergy and People

a Disciple of Gratiano's
in the Primitive Church,
213 School,

282
Baronius's Confession,

268
not a Statesman,

ib.
Burke (Mr.) no Advocate for unlimit-

Quotation of the Furculæ
ed Concessions,

422
Caudinæ inapplicable

283
“ Bp. Bull, (Life of)" by Mr. Nelson,

referred to Wexford Bridge,
worthy the attention of every Pa-

&c. recent Cruelties of Papists, 286
rish Priest,

465

reprobation of an Awful
Beaton's (Cardinal) Sanguinary Mea- Warning” noticed,

. 287
sures,

542

fidicules Sir J.C. Hippisley 502
Bogue's' (Mr. David) “Transl. of the • Castlereagh's (Lord) Speech," Re-
New French Catechism," reviewed

viewed,

79
and recommended,

591

denies that Mr. Pitt gave a
Beaghan's (Jas.) dreadful Testimony Pledge to the Papists,

80
against two Popish Priests,

607 Councils, four first, (Parity of) 215
Board's (Rom. Cath.) Animadversions Celibacy of Clergy condemned by the
on Mr. Batler,
622 6th General Council,

217

Charlemagne elected Emperor of the
Canterbury (Archishop of) character-

West by the Treason of the Bp. of
ized

10
Rome,

218
“ Claims of R. Catholics Consider:

and his Successors held
ed," reviewed and recommended,

the Supremacy ul 1078,

ib.

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bers of Protestants and Roman Ca-

tholics”, reviewed & recommended, 333
“ Exclusion the Fundamental Princi-

ple of the Reformation and Revolu-

tion," reviewed and recommended, 361
Espencæus's Testimony concerning
the Liber Taxæ,

481
Ellenborough (Lord) against Conces-

sions to the Roman Catholics, 590

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tions on,

Freeholder, (Letter of a,) on the Infla-

ence of Romish Priests on the Te-

nanıry of Protestants in Ireland, 151
Father Paul's Observations on the Ce.
libacy of the Clergy,

264
Fidci Defensor, (Letter of,) containing
various observations,

273

, on the Ure
derstanding between the Pope and
Buonaparte,

381
's Ist Letter to Mr. Butler, 553

's 2d Letter to ditto 642
Friend to Harmony and Peace, (Let-

ter of a,) on Masonry,
Filiolus's Specimens of Protestant
Compendiums,

430
French Clergy, Protestation of, in
1549,

494
False Assertions and Forgeries of
Irish Romanists,

. 495
Formation-Arrangement,

. 533

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Charlemagne allowed the Church to
receive Bequests,

218
Clergyman (Letter of a) on the Con.

sistency of the Chancellors of Ox-
ford and Cambridge,

221
Continuance of Protestant Spirit,

277
Cork, (Election at)

. 311
Clericus Anglicanus, (Letter of)

321
2d Letter of,

636
Cortes (Spanish) and Irish R. C. Pre-
lates, conduct of, compared,

400
Cicero, remarkable Passage of, on
parties at Rome (Lat. & Eng.)

431
“ Christianography, (Pagitt's,") re-
viewed and recommended,

471
Commons, House of, Precis of De-

bate in,
Commons, House of, a Majority in,
favourable to Protestantism,

506
Conciliation, attempt at, Observa-

510
Correspondence, &c. respecting the
Roman Catholic Bible Society,"
reviewed and recommended

528
Canon Law, chiefly framed by the
Popes,

540
Commandments of the Rom. Church 602
Cup denied to the Laity, an. 1414, 636
Durham (Bp. of) a Champion of the
Protestant Cause,

10
-'s Sermons, &c. reviewed, 11

-'s Reasons for separating from
the Church of Rome,

14
's " Grounds of Separation,"
recommended,

16
D. N. vindicates Bp. Horsley,

· 162
--on Ld. Kirkwall's Pledge, . 106
“ Declaration, &c. of the Rom. Ca-

tholics of England" reviewed · 132
Dublin Magistrate, Letter of, . 165
Documents, Roman Catholic, 621
Danger to Dissenters from concurring
in. Popish Petitions,

643
Eachard (John), Letter of, translating

Mullingar Resolutions into plain
English,

on the Consecration of Moira
Chapel,

152
Exorbitanı Power of the Popes, point-

ed out by Dı. O'Conor in Ireland,

and Mr. Villers at Paris,
Edinburgh Reviewers, Remarks on, 191
Eusebius acknowledges Constantine's
Supremacy,

214
Emperor appealed to in the cases of
rival Popes,

216
-'s Consent necessary to the

appointment of Roman Pontiff, 217
Epaphras, Letter of,
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87

Gloyeester's (Bp. of) Charge reviewed, 20

-'s Answer to those who
exult in the Creed of the Conquer-
ors at Runnyniede, &c.

23
's « Protestant Letter to
Lord Somers," reviewed and re-
commended,

. 413
G. B. Letter of,

. 103

327
" Granville Sharp on Matt. xvi. 18."
reviewed,

129
-'s Decease,

• 573
Gregory VII. (ur Hildebrand), Pope

1073, attains a Supremacy in Spi-
rituals and Temporals,

262
" Grier's Answer to Ward's Errata of
the Protestant Bible,” reviewed,

294
Gandolphy's (Mr.) Disingenuousness, 325
-'s plausible Proposition,

528
“ Gregor's, (F. Esq.) Remarks on

the Proceedings of Parliament," &c.

reviewed and recommended,
Grattan's (Mr.) Bill, and Mr. Can-
ning's Cļauses, Remarks on, 515

-o's (Mr.) Bill repeals several
Acts of Parliament by a sidewind, 520
Grattan, (Mr.) declared to have fos-

feited the confidence of the Roman
Catholic Board,

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Gunpowder-Plot, Conspirators in the,
absolved,

543
Guicciardini, Testimony against the
Popes,

612
Galloway, (Cowper, Bp. of,) Extracis
from his curious Work,

613

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Inspector, Letter of, on Romish Ty-
ranny,

95
Indifference about Preachers of the

Gospel, reprehended,
Inspector, Leiter ot, on the Influence

of the Romish Hierarchy,...... 254
Ireland, Efects of Popery on, ......
Irish Roman Catholics and the Spa-
nish Cortes,

619

complimented
for their Regard for the House of
Brunswick,

620
Indulgences fully established, temp.
Leo X.

635
Image-worship set up, an. 784,

condemuel at Franck-
fort, an. 795, (note)...... 636
J. B. Letter ot, on the Consequences

of " Catholic Emancipation, .. 155
J. B. on National Establishments in
Religion,

249
J. D. on Popish Claims, &c...
J. D. Letter cf, on Vutus (Vetula).. 104
J. D. on the sovereignty of the Mob,

a Dogma of Papery,....
“ Jesuii's Memorial," Extracts from 377
Jerusalem the Mother Church of

Christendom,....
Jurors on Magee's trial receive threat-
ening letters,

649

231

67

" Haggii's (Dr.) Letter to Oxforilshire

Freeholders," reviewed and recom-
mendeid,..

356
Hipp:sley's (Sir J. C.) Substance of

two Specches," reviewed,........ 226
Hippisley (Sir J. C.) uses a singular
(wheel) Carriage,

229
Master of the Ceremonies to
the Pope,

ib,
contemptuously noted in the
Roman Catholic Statement of Grie-
vances,

230
connected from early life
with the Bp. of Norwich,...

shocked at the Bp. of Dur-
ham's treatment of Popish Doc.
trines,....

ib.
a distinguished Character, ib.

's (Review of Speeches) con-
tinued,

344
's ingenious Comparison of
Councils and Parliaments,

352
incumbered with Canons, 353
-'s (continuation of Review of) 406

M. Lingard pleasant on,.. 411

-'s Speeches, Review of,
cuncluded...

455
's Mistakes concerning ex-
clusive Salvation, ...,

458
serieus Appeal 10,

463
-'s Motion, and Mr. Grat-
tan's Bill, Observations on, .....

502
ridiculed by Mr. Caning. ib.
Helena (the Empress) a British Prin.
cess,

644
Hoadley's (Bp.) Opinion of Roman
Catholics,

302
Heretics, Romish Canons concerning, 305

- how to be treated by the
Roman Canon Law,..

307
no Faith to be kept with,
on the authority of P. Martin V... 541

Oath to, void on the autl:0-
rity of Urban VI,..

ib.
of Leo X, (note)

545
Goods of, confiscated by 3
Lat. Counc.

542
“ Hales's (Rev. Dr.) Letter to Dr.
Troy," recommended, .

352
Huntley (Marquis of) mindful of
Duty,....

524
Huss (John) and Jerome of Prague,
safe Conduct to, violated,

541
Horsley (Bp.) vindicated,

162
paragainst Concessions,.. 583

Kenyon's (Lord) “ Observations on

the Roman Catholic Question," re-
viewed,

-o's Motion in the House of
Lords for a Return of Papists taking
Oath in 31st of the King,..... 365

a Letter :o, by Sir J. J.
Wh. Jervis,

235
Kiikenny, Dinner of the Friends of
Religious Liberly at,...

Addenda to the Account of
the Dinner at,
“ Keys of Protestanı Establishment,"

reviewed and recommended, 357
Kenmare (Lord) submissive to a Ti-

tular Bishop,...
Kirk of Scotland, Gen. Assembly of,

Strictures on,..
Lincoln's (Bp.of) Charge reviewed... 25
Loche's (Mr.) Oligarehical Govern. of
Carolina, against the People's Rights, 5

--- praceically mistaken in
his Ideas on Toleration,
Lanigan's (Dr.) Tergiversation, 314

-Casuistry (note)....
List of Protestan: Publications review-

ed and recommended by the Editor,
commences,

332
Le Mesurier's (Rev. J.) “ Plain State-

menr," &c. reviewed and recom.
mended,..

333

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Le Mesurier's " Serious Examination

of the Rom. Cath. Claims," review-
ed and recommended,

333
“ Counter Address, in
answer to Mr. Butler's Address,"
reviewed and recommended,

362
Letter on enthroning
Romish Bishops in Ireland,...... 647
Liber Taxæ Canc. Rom. proved to be

authentic, with curious Remarks
on it, .

474
Remarks on, continued, 574
London Clergy, Petition of,... 2:22
Magee (printer in Dublin) convicted

of a Libel on the Duke of Richmond 649

113

Norwich (Bp. of) at Dublin, ...... 135
Nantes, Edict of, revoked at the lo-

stance of Louis XIV's Confessor... 544
Napoleon's Narae in the New French
Catechism,....

601
Objections to contending zealously
with the Bapists answered,

57
O'Conoi's (Dr.) correspondence with
Dr. Troy, noticed,..

96
further noticed,

118
Observations on
Old Protestant, (Letter of an) shewing

the Connexion between the Religiua
and Policy of Popery,

99
Oach denying the Pope's Supremacy

in Temporals, deemed reprehensible
at Rome,

259
Orange Association noticed,... 425

Dr. Cupple's Ser-
inons on,

426
Orangemen, Origin of," reviewed, 6:4
Orangemen, Qualifications of,...... 535
Overbury's (Sir Thos.) Answer to a

Pupish Priest,
Oath, (Coronation,) of Emp. Chas, V.

dispensed with by Pope Ciem. VII. 543
Oaths contra utilitatem Ecclesiæ dis-

allowed by Innocent III ........ 555
Oxford Protestant, (ang) to the Eaitor, 613

473

539
338

Maynooth, Secret Consistory at,.... 115

- College endowed by a Pro-
testant Parliament,

146
Melancthon on the Regal and Papal
Supremacy,

163
-'s Ist Letter, (in a Series, 213
24 Leiter,

262
31 Letter,..

304
4th Leiter,

365
5th Letter,

434
6th Leiter,

536
7th Letter,

610
8:1 Letter,

63
Musgrave, (Sir Rich.) Bart. said to be

the author of "the Proceedings of
the Gen. Committee of the Roman
Catholics in Ireland,"

200
Musgrave's (Sir Richard) historical

account of the Massacres at Vine.
gar-Hill, Scullabogue, and Wex-
ford-Bridge,

650
Milner (Dr.) on the validity of an
Oach sworn on the English N. Test. 201
's Brief Memorial,.... 624

Notes on, supposed by
Mr. Canning,....

627
Mary Ann Bokenham Thorden, sole

Rom. Cath. (for ten years) taking

an Oath prescribed by Law,...... 365
Marsh (Dr.) and Mr. Gandolphy's
Controversy reviewed,

401
Mackworth (Sir Digby)

489
Moira (Earl of) imposed on, in 1798, 445
Murder, Romish price of Absolution
for,...

676
Machiavel's Testimony against the
Romish Court,

612
Marcellus (Pope) his opinion on the
Salvation of Popes,

646
Mystery distinguished from Contra-
diction,

ib,
Maltese woman chides her Saint, i. 650

Papists dispute with one another,.... 564
Pastorini, a fabricated name,

202
Papists, Irish, for 500 years, apply to

Foreign Stateş to separate Ireland

from England,
Papists, artifices of,
Papists call his Majesty an Uncatio-

lic King, ....
Papists thorough-paced and miti-
gled,.....

232
Papal Jurisdiction, Plan to restrain,.. 149
Papists Restrict the terın Catholic to

their own Church,..
Papists not " recti in Curia.". 73
Papists must not talk of Schism,.... 539
Popish Annual Excommunication of
Protestants..

6
Popery unchanged, on the authority

of M. Plowden and Dr. Troy, .... 43
Popish Rebellions prior to Disabiliues, 77
Popish Liberality,..
!'opish Challenge met,.

179
Popery resisted by the Established
Church,..

337
Popish Universities formerly defended

Opinions the reverse of that they
delivered to Mr. Pitt,

365
Popish Curse in 1758,

375
Pupe trucks Tansubstantiation for

Crowns and Sceptres,
Popish Outrages, &c.

" No Popery," cry of, explained, 7
“ Necessity of Protesiant Petitions a-

gainst Popish Claims," reviewed,.. 195

409

450

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Popery destructive of the Evidences Rome, Church of, keeps no faith
of Christianity,” by Dr. Forster, with (reputed) Heretics,

47
reviewed and recommended,...... 469 Regency, Spanish, and Pope's Nuncio 565
Popish (Threshers') Oath, in a Letter R. B. N. Letter of,

55
from Somers,

498
ditto,..

361
Popes, two or three at a time, 536 Regent's Firmness,

82
Popedom, contests forg...

537.

Regent bound to respect the King's
Popish Schisms,

538
Coronation Oath,

488
Popish Pikemen blessed by Caulfield Rector of Great Warley,

104
and Roche,
554 Revival of Protestant Spirit,..

169
Pope claims in dispense with all the

Rom. Cath. farth not violated by re-
Laws of God,......

563

nouncing the Pope's Supremacy,.. 454
Pope's Vuncio and Spanish Regency · 566

--Nuncio sent out of Spain,.... 648
Protestants firm and victorious,

4

St. Davids' (Bp. of) Letter to his Cler-
Protestant Advocates formerly,

sy ;

“ Christ not St. Peter the
Protestant Confessors at the Revolu-

Rock of the Christ. Ch." reviewed, 62
tion,

9

2d Leiter on The Inde-
Protestant Dissenter, Lerer of, 53 pendence of the ancient British
Protestants must spare Romisi Pucri-

Church" reviewed,

176
litics,

61

“ lirsiesiant and Papists'
Protestant Petitions,

335 Manual,” reviewed and recom-
Protestani Friends of Papisis, Sir Dis-

mended,...

334
by Mackworih, Chairman, 489

“ Protestant Retrospece,”
Protestants denounced,...
497 ditio,

ib.
" Protestant Authorities against Crusle St. Paul prior to St. Peter in Found-

cessions,” reviewed & recommended 583 ing the Church of Rome,..... 66
Protestation of Irish Prelates, against

St. Paul's right to Supremacy com-
Popery, 1626,
329 pared with St. Peter's, .

122
Piowden asserts the Immutabili'y of Somers, (Lord, Protestant Letter to,
Pępery,

141

by the Bishop of Gloucester, .. 413
Perseverarce in Error, reprobuted, 161 Somers, (a Correspondent) on Mr.
Petition of London Clergy,

222

Canning's Speech,
Pauci:y of Churches in America..... 252

continuation,

200
" Parriarcha," interesting passage

on the Oath sworn by the
frum,

261
Popish muli ude in I:eland,

498
Perceval, (Mr.) Anniversary of his

Sussex's (Duke of), Speech reviewed, 183
Assassination,

483

probably compos-
Character of, by Mr. Giant,

a Papist, also a Pirest, and a
Jun. M. P....
484 foreigner,

186
Pius IV. Creed of, contrasted with

* Lelier to," reviewed, 608
Eng. articles of Religion, . 546 Scripture noteo be interpreted by the
Preamble to the Irish Act, gih of Wil-

Pope, but by the Fathers, 6th Gen.
liam III....

560
Council,..

217
Perjury, Romish price of Absolution Sees of Rome and Constantinople de-
for,....

575

clared to possess equal privileges,
Prelares, Irish, censure M. Grattan's

by 6th Gen. Counc.

ib.
Bill,...

629
Schisms of Antipopesa

267
" Pastoral Address" ci, censur- Schisin Charge against the Church of
ing dirto, & Mr. Canning's Clauses, 630

England unbecoming Pap:sis,.... ib.
Purgatory brought into credit, an.

Schisms, 50 in the Roin, Ch. ac-
1400,

635

cording to Onuphrius, according to
Πετρος & Πετρα, distinct meaning

Baronius 22,

268

Statement of Penal Laws, &c. ironi-
of, .

129
cal,-Note on,

280
Φιλος πάτριδος, 1st Letter of,

101

Secrecy of Popish Flot in 1798, 370
2d ditio,

269

Society of Friends to the Estab. Chur. 224

Sociciy for ihe Support of the Con-
Questions answered, relative to the

sti:ution,

389
Irish R. C. Committee,

297 Society for the Distribution of Tracts

in delence of ine United Church of
Romish Church's antient errors re-

England and Ireland,

464
(ained,

593

Suong Reasons for rejecting thc

143

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