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BISHOPS.
The Right Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D., Middletown, Conn.

Charles Todd Quintard, D.D., LL.D., Sewanee, Tenn.
Henry Adams Neely, D.D., Portland, Me.
William Croswell Doane, D.D. (Oxon.), LL.D., Al-

bany, N. Y.
John Franklin Spalding, D.D., Denver, Col.
John Scarborough, D.D., Trenton, N. J.
William Edward McLaren, D.D., D.C.L., Chicago, Ill.
George Franklin Seymour, S.T.D., LL.D., Spring-

field, Ili.
David Buel Knickerbacker, D.D., Indianapolis, Ind.
Henry Codman Potter, D.D., LL.D., New York.
William Paret, D.D., LL.D., Baltimore, Md.
Edwin Gardner Weed, S.T.D., St. Augustine, Fla.
Leighton Coleman, D.D., LL.D., Wilmington, Del.
Charles Chapman Grafton, D.D., Fond du Lac, Wis.
William Andrew Leonard, D.D., Cleveland, O.
Isaac Lea Nicholson, D.D., Milwaukee, Wis.

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CLERGY. Alcorn, Edwin C.

Brewster, S. T. Ashley, Edward.

Brown, W. R. Ashley, William B., D.D. Brugler, Charles E. Ashton, Amos T.

Burleson, Allan L. Averill, Edward W.

Burnett, Charles P. A, Babcock, John H.

Burrell, Frederick H.

Butler, G. H. H.
Batterson, Hermon G., D.D.
Bigelow, Frank H.

Cady, Philander K., D.D.
Blanchet, Clement T.

Carter, George G., D.D. Boorom, Sylvester D.

Cavanagh, William H. Boyd, Melville.

Clayton, Francis J.

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Fenn, Percy T. Forster, J. W. Francis, J. M. Fulcher, Thomas B.

Gailor, Thomas F., D.D.
Gardner, Walter R., D.D.
Gibson, Frank M.
Goddard, Edward N.
Gold, William J., D.D.
Grabau, H. P. L.
Green, Stephen H.

Magill, G. Ernest. Mallory, Charles L. Mann, Cameron, D.D. McDougall, Howarıl. McIlwaine, Joseph W. McKim, John. McLean, Thomas W. McMurphy, Jesse G. Mead, James B. Meade, P. Nelson. Miller, Alexander J. Miller, John S. Mills, William W. Molineux, John H. Moore, Melville M. Morris, P. Moyses, Edward. Murphy, Edgar G.

Hall, Francis J. Hall, Joseph C. Harding, Alfred. Harding, McA. Harper, Edward J. Ilarris, Robert. Harrison, Jesse B. Ilarrod, George W.

Murphy, P.
Murray, Gustavus M.

Neely, Henry R.
Nelson, Henry W., Jr., D.D.
Nelson, Richard H.
Nott, John W.

O'Brien, W.J.
Odell, Daniel I.
Osborne, Richard H. G.

Smedes, Bennett, LL.D.
Smith, George Henry.
Smith, G. Williamson, D.D., LL.D.
Smith, Joseph H.
Smith, J. Stewart.
Smith, Meredith 0.
Smith, S. Borden.
Snyder, William T.
Spencer, A.
Steele, J. Nevett, D.D
Susan, Charles T.
Taylor, Elbert B.
Taylor, Frederick W., D.D.
Thompson, James J. N.
Thrall, S. Chipman, D.D.
Tibbits, E. Dudley.
Tomlins, William 11.
Towers, Frederick.
Townsend, I. L., D.D.
Townsend, John H.
Turner, C. H. B.

Pardee, Luther.
Parker, Edward M.
Percival, Henry R., D.D.
Phares, Edmund.
Piper, Arthur, D.D.
Pond, Sylvanus B.
Pope, William C.
Prout, John.

Quin, Charles C.
Quinn, James C., D.D.

Reazor, Frank B.
Rede, Wyllys.
Richey, Alban.
Riddel, H. O.
Ritchie, Arthur.
Roberts, Daniel C., D.D.

Sage, John C.
Saltus, A. Weight.
Sanborn, Frank A.
Scudder, Henry T.
Seibt, C. Theodore, D.D.
Sherman, Addison M.
Slidell, James.

Underhill, Gilbert R.
Upjohn, Samuel, D.D.
Van De Water, George R., D.D.
Walker, Millidge.
Walker, William Bogert.
Waterman, Lucius.
Whitaker, Arthur.
Williams, John.
Williams, Pelhain, D.D.
Wright, Edward P., D.D.
Wrigley, Charles F. J.
Zorn, Joseph T.

LAITY.

J. Acworth, Gen. Theo. Sem., N. Y. H. H. Bogart, Fa riba ult, George A. Armour, Chicago, Ill. Minn.

C. N. C. Brown, Gen. Theo. Sem., A. Beaumont, Stockbridge, Mich. New York,

H. L. Burleson, Gen. Theo. Sem., | W. T. Manning, Gen. Theo. Sem., New York.

New York.

W. A. Masker, Jr., Gen. Theo. Christian Literature Co. (Rev. S. Sem., New York.

M. Jackson), New York. W. H. Meldrum, Gen. Theo. Sem., Mrs. C. L. Cleveland, Concord, New York. N. H.

F. S. Moore, Gen. Theo. Sem., C. L. C., Chicago, Ill.

New York, F. W. Corey, Highland Park, Ii.

P. C. Pyle, Gen. Theo. Sem., New G. H. Dennison, Gen. Theo. Sem., York.

New York.
J. W. Diggles, Gen. Theo. Sem., C. M. Roome, Gen. Theo. Sem.,
New York.

New York.
E. S. P. Dodge, St. Simon's Mills,
Ga.

W. N. Sanford, Poughkeepsie,

N. Y. E. Floyd-Jones, Gen. Theo. Sem., C. Satterlee, Gen. Theo. Sem., New New York.

York.

Sisters of Saint Mary, New York. J. M. Gilbert, Gen. Theo. Sem., W. W. Smith, Gen. Theo. Sem., New York.

New York. Wm. L. Glenn, Baltimore, Md. E. A. Souder, Philadelphia, Pa. H. R. Gummey, Gen. Theo. Sem., C. E. Spalding, Gen. Theo. Sem., New York.

New York.

C. W. Swing, Gen. Theo. Sem., W. W. Hance, Gen. Theo. Sem., New York.

New York. R. V. K. Harris, Gen. Theo. Sem., Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

New York. W. L. Hayward, Nashotah, Wis. N. D. Van Syckel, Gen. Theo. Hunt & Eaton, Detroit, Mich.

Sem., New York.

A. W. Jenks, Gen. Theo. Sem., H. A. Walton, Gen. Theo. Sem., New York.

New York,

A. D. Willson, Gen. Theo. Sem., Dr. Z. S. Leonard, New York.

New York. D. Porter Lord, Poughkeepsie, H. B. Wright, Gen. Theo. Sem., N. Y.

New York.

PREFACE.

THE reader of these Elements of Moral Theology, a student, as I hope, of this great science of God's law, will doubtless indulge the writer in a few prefatory words. My humble office is that of editor rather than that of author. But even as such I would gladly have resigned the task to abler hands if any such had appeared. My best hope is that this poor attempt will soon be superseded by something better. I have called our study a science, for such it is; 8c., the science of the law of God, as given to man, in whatever way it is given. This definition distinguishes it from Moral Philosophy, which seeks to account for and develope, from reason only, the laws and principles of right living. Moral Theology, on the other hand, is the science of the Divine Will as revealed to man.

Well understood, these two must needs coincide, although their methods may be different. Moral Theology, making use of the other, is also grounded on it, as that in turn is grounded on the nature of man and the being of God. Both the philosophy and the theology, therefore, require a sound psychology, and a true theosophy, which in these Elements are assumed. For, like every other special science, Moral Theology has its assumptions—6.g., that the law of God is revealed in Holy Scripture; that the Catholic Church has authority to apply that law, and to add positive laws, under the guidance of the Holy Ghost, which bind the conscience of every Christian man; and that the gifts of gracious help for the due keeping of God's holy law are freely bestowed through the ordained channels of grace.

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