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MADNESS (article)

4 383
Definition of

4 383
Supposed dialogue between a madman and certain
doctors

4 383
Curious prescriptions in regard to

4 383
Singular cure for

5 198
Madrigals may be witty-Two instances of

6 372
Magi, the three, mentioned only by St. Matthew 2 292
Their doctrine admits a paradise, a hell, a resurrec-
tion, and a devil

6 424
MAGIC (article)

4 386
All nations have had magicians

4 387
How to argue with modern ones

4 387
Magistracy—Their legitimate power in relation to the
sacraments

6 29
Mahomet-Not true that he excluded women from pa-
radise

1 74
His inferiority to Confucius

1 75
Revelation to clear the character of his wife

1 76
Minute particulars given, or fabled, of his life 1 76
Singular saying of his

1 77
Legend of his journey through the heavens

1 274
Various legends concerning, disbelieved by the
Mahometans themselves

1 276
Various of the fathers resemble him in making
heaven sensual

1 277
Misrepresented in respect to the treatment of women 6 392
Mahometan coffee-housekeeper-Pleasant anecdote of

1 103
Maillet-His piscine origin of mankind

6 95
Mainmortables-Slavish condition of

6 110
Maintenon, Madame-Falsehood of the pretended me-
moirs of

1 133
Mairan-Attacked by Maupertuis

5 98
MALADY, MEDICINE (article)

4 388
Dialogue concerning, between a princess and her
physician

4 389
MAN (article)

4 391
Fine apologue concerning,

4 391
His transitory existence illustrated

4 392
Helvetius persecuted

4 392
Duration of life, relative between male and female 4 393
Different races of

4 394
Monstrous lies regarding fabulous men by St. Au-
gustin and other fathers

4 394
Bearded and unbearded men

4 395
All races of, gregarious

4 396
Rousseau's paradoxes concerning

4 397
Is man born wicked ?

4 399
Propensity of to become cruel

4 400
Of man in a state of nature

4 401
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Man-Examination of a thought of Pascal in relation to 4 403
Operation of God on

4 404
Soul of, various doctrines in regard to

4 405
General reflections on

4 409
Manicheans-Atrocious calumnies concerning

6 411
Their defence by Fortunatus

6 412
St. Augustin disproves the false accounts of

6 415
Trumped up confessions of

6 415
St. Cyril's vague accusations of

6 415
St. Leo's testimony concerning them, examined 6 417
Marcellus-His indefensible zeal

2 402
MARRIAGE (article)

4 409
Marriage to be encouraged

4 410
Contract of marriage

4 410
Jews forbidden to contract marriage with christians 4 410
Often led to conversion among the early christians . 4 411
Law of Louis XIV, abolishing marriage between
catholics and protestants

4 412
Singular case of a Jew

4 413
Execrable treatment of the protestants in France in
relation to

4 415
A civil contract in the first instance

6 30
Power of the priesthood in regard to

6 31
Martial, abbot-How mistaken by father Daniel

1 38
Martin-His dreadful fate

2 118
MARTYRS (article)

5 1
Original application of the word

5 1
Multitude of pretended ones

5 2
Real number very few

5 2
St. Symphorosia and her seven children

5 2
St. Felicita and her seven children

4
St. Polycarp

5 4
St. Ptolemais and St. Symphorian

5 5
Of a second St. Felicita and St. Perpetua

5 7
Of St. Theodotus of Ancyra

5 8
Fables and falsehoods concerning

5
Absurdities in the martyrologies

5 13
MARY MAGDALEN (article)

4 416
Strange story of

4 416
Christiade, a poem, account of Mary Magdalen in , 4416
MASS (article)

5 14
Different modes of celebrating

5 14
Not the celebration of the eucharist until the fourth
century

5 15
Account of in a liturgy of St. James

5

15
Account of by St. Cyril of Jerusalem

5 15
St. John's mode of celebration

16
Accompanied by dancing

5 18
Mass, Mosarabian, celebrated with dancing

19
MASSACRES (article)

19
Origin and signification of the word

5 19
Religious account of collected

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Massacre of Innocents—Mentioned only by St, Matthew 2 292
MASTER (article)

5 20
Nature of, illustrated by a parable

5 20
Origin of mastery

21
Mathematicians-Imagination of

4 126
MATTER (article)

5 22
, a a
philosopher

5 22
Ignorance in regard to

5 24
Matter-Its infinite divisibility

4 145
Matthew, St.--Fate according to Rufinus, Socrates, and
Abdias

1 227
Maupertuis-Objections of his answered

1 316
Maximus Tyrius-His opinion of prayer

5 304
Mayeur, Dom, a Bernardine-His atrocity

6 78
Mecca—One of the most ancient cities in the world

1 239
Medicine of the Mind--Account of a strange book so
called

5 198
MEETINGS, PUBLIC (article)

5 27
Different assemblages so called

27
Melchom- Whom

4 109
Micah—The Ephraimite, an idolater

4 110
A grandson of Aaron, his priest

4 110
Mendicant Orders-Origin of

5374
Rules of St. Francis D'Assisi

5 374
Testimony of St. Bonaventure concerning

5 375
Impudent importunity of

5 376
A species of vagabonds

5 376
Their excessive rapacity

5 377
Their interference with wills and testaments

5 377
A girl found
among

5 378
Immense expense of

5 378
Merchants, English-Assist Prince Eugene

2 240
St. Memin-Attempt of certain friars to defraud the
lord of

6 322
Meslier, the Curate--Extraordinary posthumous work 12 290
of

61
MESSIAH (article)

5 28
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28
Origin o, the word

29
Often applied to idolatrous kings and princes

30
Applied to Cyrus by Isaiah

30
- to a king of Tyre by Ezekiel

30
to Saul by David

31
Opinions conce. 'ing, of a Dutch preacher

32
Rabbi Raschi, his opinion concerning the

35
Rabbi Kimchi, his prophecy of the

35
Feast of, according to the Rabbi

5 35
Jewish objections to Jesus Christ as such

36
Various false Messiahs

39
Barchochebas, account of

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Messiahs-Several pretended ones hanged and assas-
sinated

5
Account of Sabbatei Sevi

5 41
METAMORPHOSIS (article).

5
Natural animal metamorphoses probably led to fabu-
lar metamorphoses

5
METAPHYSICS (article)

5

43
Meaning of the term

5
Often the romance of mind

5 44
Midianites—Treatment of by the Jews

4 203
MIND, LIMITS of the HUMAN (article)

5 44
Modesty of Newton concerning

5 44
of Montaigne

5 45
MIRACLES (article)

45
What is a miracle?

5 45
Philosophical arguments against

5 46
Facts opposed to above argument

5 47
Various, related

5

48
Number of much reduced by protestants

5 51
Arguments in relation to

5 52
Evidence required to prove

5 53
Jewish history, all miracle

5 54
Certain extraordinary Jewish ones

55
Egyptian and Pagan miracles

5 56
Of those who deny those of Christ

5 56
Certain miracles considered by Woolston

5 57
Opinions of by Meslier

5 61
Jewish miracles more stupendous than christian ones 5 62
Some admit the miracles of the Old, who reject
those of the New Testament

5 63
MISSION (article)

5 66
Jesuitical exaggerations in regard

to

5 66
Dialogue concerning

5 67
Missionaries—Their intrigues in China

2 143
Mobility-A Parisian faculty

3 263
Described by Lord Byron (note)

3 263
Modulation-French theatrical

6 102
Molière-Superior to Terence and Aristophanes

1 121
Monarchies-- Are they antecedent to republics ?

5 22
MONEY (article)

68
What country
abounds most in

69
Changes produced by commerce and discovery

69
Dispersion of the metals from the new world

71
Money of the Romans

72
First coined in Asia

72
Money in the time Abraham and Solomon

73
Frequent abuse and misapplication of specie

74
Monks-Not priests in the first instance

1 15
Cerfs and slaves in bondage under them

6 110
Monkish Superstition and Avarice-Horrible story of a
victim of

2 383
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MONSTERS (article)

5 75
What are monsters

5 75
The term frequently misapplied

76
Cause of real monsters

5 77
Montaigne-His observations on kissing

4 281
Montbailli-Tortured, although innocent
Montecuculi, Count-Account of his hard case

3 125
Montesquieu-His injudicious remarks on poetry

1 282
MORALITY (article)

5 78
Absurdity of asserting that the Pagans possessed

5 78
Morality everywhere

5 79
MOSES (article)

79
Deemed by many an imaginary personage

79
His miracles unknown to any but the Jews

80
Books attributed to him unknown to Solomon

80
His books written during the captivity

81
Opinion of lord Bolingbroke

81
Asserted to be the same with Bacchus

82
Life of—see article APOCALYPSE.
Books attributed to, found in the ark

5 83
Questions put forward in regard to the Pentateuch 5 84
Extraordinary route of his expedition from the land
of Goshen

86
No doubt a legislator of the Jews

87
Probable facts in regard to

88
Names of places given in the Pentateuch, which were
not so called until long after

89
Pentateuch not written by Moses, as it contains facts
which occurred not until after his death

5 90
The fate of the people led by him after so many
miracles

5 91
Probable composition of the Pentateuch

5 92
His superiority to the Egyptian magi

5 93
Never taught the immortality of the soul

5 94
Apocryphal life and death of

1 191
Comparison of his rod

1 375
His miracles recorded in Scripture only

1376
The books imputed to him never communicated 1 377
Objections to the possibility of his writing the Pen-
tateuch

3 295
A false Messiah, account of

40
Divine legation of, paradoxical object of that work 6 157
MOTION (article)

95
Essential to matter

5 95
Force of motion, what

97
An error of Leibnitz in regard to

97
MOUNTAIN (article)

5 98
Fable of one in labour

5 98
Mustapha Abu Mohammed, his account of Zoroaster 6 422
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