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JOB (article)

4 237
Amount of his property in French currency

4 237
His wife and friends

4 238
Book of, the work of an Arab

4 239
- cannot be that of a Jew, and why

4 239
Dom Calmet, in relation to

4 240
Book of, composed by an Arab of Idumæa

1 242
Why not an Hebrew

1 242
Book of, makes no mention of Moses

243
anterior to the Jewish book

1 243
- perhaps the most ancient book in existence 1 244
Alludes not to a Resurrection

6 2
John VIII. pope, declares all those to be Judases who

assert that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the
Father and the Son

2 315
St. John, his gospel rejected by the Theodosians

3 362
His Platonic sublimity

2 157
St. John the Baptist-chief of

a sect among the lower
class of Jews

1 394
His discipline different from that of the early
Christians

1 395
First spread of his disciples

2 180
JOSEPH (article)

4 241
Affecting story of

4 241
Variation of among the Arabs

4 241
Antiquity of the interpretation of dreams proved by
the story of

4 242
Peculiarly marked by Oriental genius

4 243
JUDEA (article)

4 243
Situation of

4 244
Saying of emperor Frederick III. in regard to 4 244
Josephus-His account of the divine punishment of those

who sought to peruse the sacred books of the Jews 1188
Silent as to the Crucifixion and Resurrection

2 160
His father must have witnessed them

2 160
Mentions not the Massacre of Innocents

2 161
Nor the appearance of any star

2 161
Judas the Galilean-Gamaliel's account of

5 39
Jude, St. first cousin to Jesus Christ

1 222
Grandsons of, anecdote of

1 222
JULIAN (article)

4 245
Genuine character of

4 245
Calumnies of Theodoret

4 246
Re-building of the temple by

4 247
Imputed miracle in relation to

4 248
La Bleterie on the death of

4 249
Modern liberality in regard to

4 250
His military character

4 251
Scandalous falsehoods of the fathers

4 252
All his family massacred by the Christians

4 253
Motives of his adherence to Paganism

4 254

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Julian-His enmity to perseeution

4 255
Falsehood of the story of his death

4 256
Summary of his life and conduct

4 257
Account of his early life

1 214
No apostate, because never a Christian

1 214
Petty attacks on his character

1 215
His fine conduct as a ruler

1 216
Of the globes of fire which it is said prevented his
rebuilding the temple of Jerusalem

1 217
Calumnies of the abbé de la Bleterie

1 219
His clemency at Antioch

6 264
His account of the effects of Christian zeal

6 411
Julian, a false Messiah, account of

5 40
JUST and UNJUST (article)

4 258
Notions of, general

4 259
JUSTICE (article)

4 260
Letter to marquis of Beccaria on the subject of 4 261
Curious case of the Verron family

4 262
Justin Martyr the first who mentions the Apocalypse,
and who attributes it to St. John

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KING (article)

Not despotic among the early Romans
None on this side of the Alps when explored by the

Romans
Connexion with the priest illustrated
Different modes of treating

Learned kings, advertence to
KISS (article)

Too much kissing in the comedies of Molière
Chorus in Pastor Fido relating to
Traiterous mode of kissing among the Jews
At the Agapæ, or love-feasts
Different modes of
Known only to human beings, turtle doves, and

pigeons

Montaigne on the subject of
Koran, Dathan, and Abiram-Cause of their quarrel with

Aaron

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Lactantius-His astronomical notions
Langeais, marquis of-His case
LANGUAGES (article)

Common and natural words in all languages
Of a system on

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Language-Strictures on the opinion of the author of
: The Mechanism of Languages

4 284
Observations on the Hebrew style

4 285
Genius of languages

4 287
Of the Latin, Greek, Italian, and French

4 287
No good writer deficient in language

4 288
Harmony of

290
Horace occasionally inharmonious

291
No complete

292
Mother tongues, a relative term

4 293
French more current than any other, and the reason 4 294
Curious mistakes in

4 295
Want of copiousness, owing to barrenness of ima-
gination

4 297
Compound words, of which the members separately
exist not

4 297
Various anomalies in

298
On fixing a language

4 299
Laodicea, council of, rejects the Apocalypse

1 181
Lateran, a council of, declares tithes to be of divine

2 315
LAUGHTER (article)

4 299
The property of man alone

4 299
Different sorts of_Sardonic, perfidum ridens, and
cachinnus

4 300
Lavardin, bishop of Mans-His libertinism

5 161
LAWS, GENERALLY (article)

4 315
Comparison, showing the state of the French laws 4 315
Common law of Paris variously interpreted

4 315
Origin of the mixed and monstrous jurisprudence
still prevalent

4 317
Improvement of in Russia

4 318
Of China and of the Jews

4 319
Arbitrary laws ridiculed by a tale

4 323
Of primogeniture

4 324
Usually matters of convention

4 327
LAW, CIVIL and ECCLESIASTICAL (article) 4 313
Notices in relation to

4 313
LAW, NATURAL (article)

4 301
A dialogue concerning

4 301
Rousseau's idea of

4 302
LAW, SALIC (article)

4 304
Its pretended origin

4 304
Of fundamental laws

4 305
How the salic law came to be established

4 307
Different accounts of

4 308
Mezerai's opinion of

4 309
Deprivation of daughters under, examined

4 311
VS, SPIRIT of (article)

4 330
alse citations pointed out

4 330
eneral character of

4 335

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Leggatt, Bartholomew, burned in Smithfield

1 323
Legrand, a buccaneer, his adventures

5 240
Lettres de Cachet--Address exhibiting the atrocious
abuse of them

6 77
LETTERS, MEN of (article)

4 343
Have generally been persecuted

4 343
Admirable comparison of the Inquisition

4 343
Instances of the absurd persecution of

4 344
An excellent simile in regard to

4 344
L'Enclos, Ninon—Falsely said to be beautiful at four-

2 396
LENT (article)

4 336
Question, how considered

4 336
Lent, kept sumptuously by the rich

4 337
Occasional mischief of fasting

4 338
Origin of fasting

4 339
People condemned to death for eating flesh in Lent 4 339
LEPROSY (article)

4 340
Confounded with lues by Calmet

4 340
Distinguishing characteristic of the Jews

4 341
Regulations concerning, in Paris

4 342
Leviticus-Allegorical interpretation of, by Origen 1 89
LIBEL (article)

4 345
Abounded during the League and the Fronde 4 345
Between St. Jerome and Vigilantius

4 345
the Molinists and Jansenists

4 345
Boileau and Fontenelle

4 345
Anti-Cato-Cæsar, a libeller

4 346
Philippics of Cicero, libels

4 346
Declarations of sovereigns, often such

4 346
LIBERTY (article)

4 346
Well defined by Locke

4 346
A dialogue in exposition of

4 347
Of indifference, ridiculed

4 349
LIBERTY of OPINION (article)

4 350
Illustrated by a dialogue

4 350
LIBERTY of the PRESS (article)

4 353
Natural rights in regard to

4 354
Arguments against

4 354
Ridiculous inconsistency in regard to books

4 355
Court of Rome not vanquished by books exclusively 4 356
Its true charter

6 313
LIFE (article)

4 356
Definition of

4 356
How spoken of in the book of Genesis

4 357
Arguments in relation to

4 358
Limbo-Invention of that notion

392
Linus, St.-Called first pope, not appointed by St. Peter
or St. Paul

1 225
LOCKE (article)

4 359
His character as a metaphysician

4 359
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Locke His superiority to the ancient philosophers 4 361
His doctrine of consciousness

4 361
Absurd abuse of him

4 362
Slow sale of his great work

4 363
A theist

1334
His reasoning concerning
the soul

6 164
Lot-Decision by among the Jews

5 159
Louis VIII.-How treated by the Papacy

1 357
Louis the Young-Excommunicated

6 408
Louis XIII.-A miserable writer

2 140
Louis XIV.-His design to conquer Algiers

1 86
His tyrannical law in relation to the marriage of
French Protestants

4 412
Dissolves the parliament of Paris with his horsewhip
in his hand

5 187
LOVE (article)

4 367
Animal love

4 367
Human love

4 368
Question in regard to Abelard and Heloise

4 369
Love Feasts-Kissing at the

4 279
LOVE of GOD (article)

4 370
Controversy with Fénélon concerning

4 371
LOVE, SOCRATIC (article)

4 373
Theban legion

4 374
Persians defended from the opinions of Sextus
Empericus

4 374
Habits of the Romans

4 375
Ex-jesuit Desfontaines

4 375
Des Chofours, his execution

4 375
Observations in regard to

4 376
Lucan-Critical account of

3 103
Lucifer-Origin of so calling the devil

1 38
Luke, St.-A man of learning

2 156
His incorrectness as to the Roman governor of Judea
at the birth of Christ

2 289
Announces the end of the world in his own days 3 89
Lupercals --Did not run naked through the streets of
Rome

1 372
LUXURY (article)

4 379
Vague objections to

4 379
Much false reasoning in respect to

4 380
Lycanthropy- Possible origin of

3 84
Lyons, Council of Red hat, why given to cardinals 2 321

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Maccabees--Books of, unworthy of credit

Instances of their gross incorrectness
Machiavel-Ass of

His description of requisites for a soldier
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