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Sorbonnem-Absurdity of the

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SOUL (article)

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Greek and Roman terms for

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Confused notions of

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Scepticism in regard to

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Term variously used

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How distinguished by the Greeks

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Opinions of the fathers concerning

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Locke's doubts in relation to

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Gassendi, Descartes, and Malebranche, in relation 10 6 150
Souls of beasts

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On our ignorance in regard to

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Immortality of, disbelieved by the Romans

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Souls of fools and madmen

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Different opinions of criticised

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Abstract of Locke's opinion of

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Arguments in relation to the

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Supposed reasoning of rational philosophers con-
cerning

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Different notions of the ancienis

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Antiquity of the dogma of its immortality

6 177
SPACE (article)

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Leibnitz, his definition of

6 186
Clarke and Newton, their opinion of

6 187
Speech-Singular one addressed to Louis XV.

6206
Spinosa-Examination of his opinions

3 331
His profession of faith

3 331
Foundation of his philosophy

3 331
Spirit-Its different signification

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How used in different languages

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STAGE, POLICE of the (article)

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Excommunication of players

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Less intolerance concerning in Rome than in France 6 190
Thomas of Aquinas thought the drama might be
rendered useful

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Stanislaus, King of Poland--assassination of

6 214
STATES, GOVERNMENTS (article)

6 191
Various theorists in regard to

6 191
The best for a wise freeman

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STATES-GENERAL (article)

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Always such assemblies in Europe

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Various forms of

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STYLE (article)

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General observations on

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Feeble style

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Flowery style

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Coldness of style

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Corruption of style

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Affeciation in style

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Macaroni style

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Statues-Greek statues and Catholic images originate
in similar potions

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Substantial forms-See ABUSE OF

WORDS

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SUICIDE (article)

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Intended ove, anecdote of

6 206
Different conduct of ancients and moderns

6 208
Creech, translator of Lucretius, his extraordinary
death

6 208
Various curious instances of

2 95
Of a father and two brothers

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Of Creech, translator of Lucretius

2 97
Of Philip Mordaunt

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Of Richard Smith and wife

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Of Lord Scarborough

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Of the last prince of the house of Courtenai

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Of the last branch of Lorraine Harcourt

2 100
Of the two lovers at Lyons

2 100
Laws against

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Customary in Japan

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Express text against, in the Koran only

2 102
Much sophistry concerning

2 103
SUPERSTITION (article)

6 209
Religious farces in France

6 210
Absurd instance of gross superstition in Brittany
backed by authority

6 211
Superstitious assassination of the King of Poland 6 214

Advantage taken of its prevalence by the Roman see 6 220
Swift, Dr.-Compared with Rabelais

5 321
His Tale of a Tub

5 322
Swiss-Curious anecdote of one

5 132
SYMBOL (article)

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Signification among the Greeks

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Construction of the Apostles' Creed

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Symphorosia, St. and her children-Legend of

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Symphorosian, St.-Legend of

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SYSTEM (article)

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Vagueness of the ancient system

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That of Pythagoras

6 225
Solicitude toodetract from the honour of the
moderns

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System de la Nature-Examination of

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TABOR, or THABOR (article)
Tale of a Tub=Idea borrowed from Fontenelle
TALISMAN (article)

That of Catherine de Medici
Tariff of Absolution-Papal one

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TARTUFFE (article)

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Application of the term

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Tasso-Critical notice of

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TASTE (article)

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Intellectual taste defined

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Causes of bad taste

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Instances of good and bad taste

6 233
Of national taste

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Of the taste of connoisseurs

6 237
Rarity of men of taste

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TAUROBOLIUM (article)

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TAX (article)

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Popish taxation, its shamelessness

6 240
Taxes of the Holy and Apostolical Chancery

6 241
The same, as regulated in France in 1693

6 247
TEARS (article)

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The purpose of .

6 249
As opposed to laughter

6 250
Apparent inconsistency in the excitement to tears 6 250
Tellier, Le, Father–His oppression and insolence 2 74
Temple, Sir Wm.-Prejudices in favour of the ancients . 1 116
Tender passion-Chart of, by Mademoiselle Scuderi 1 38
Ten Thousand-Real nature of the retreat of the

6 402
TERELAS (article)

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Fable of

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His story asserted to originate in the adventures of

6 252
Tertullian–His account of the Apocalypse

1 181
TESTICLES (article)

6 253
Popish law in relation to

6 253
Law of the Greek church concerning

6 254
St. Thecla--Acts of, put forth in St. Paul's name

1 229
How composed

1 229
Her Acts not credited by the Fathers

1 199
THEISM (article)

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Cultivated in England and China

6 256
Theists seldom intrigue

6 257
The most prevailing religion in the world

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The only one which never harassed mankind 1 335
THEIST (article)

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Definition of a theist

6 258
THEODOSIUS (article)

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His massacre at Antioch

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His massacre at Thessalonica

6 264
THEOCRACY (article)

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Its former existence in Japan

6 259
Character of the Jewish

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Once existent in Thibet and Peru

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Theodotus, of Ancyra-Legend of

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THEOLOGIAN (article)

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The creed of one

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Theologian-Account of the result of a determination to
become one

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Therapeutæ-Jewish sect, account of

2 154
Thessalonica-Massacre of its inhabitants by the pious
Theodosius

6 264
Thevetat, younger brother of Sammonocodom--His fate - 6 53
Thomas, St.-General account of him fabulous

1 226
Thomas, of Aquinas–His account of the soul

6 182
Thoth-More ancient than Sanconiathon by 800 years

1 161
Queries in regard to

1 161
THUNDER (article)

6 268
Boileau's opinion of

6 268
Poetical use of

6 269
Its natural explanation

6 271
Tillemont-His anxiety to keep up the reputation of
St. Cyril

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Tithes-No divine right to

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TITLES (article)

2 106
Emptiness of without power

2 110
Not introduced into Europe until the Romans adopted
Asiatic manners

2 111
Constantine, the first emperor who affected pompous

2 112
What, given by a priest to Pius IV.

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Louis XI. first styled majesty. in France

2 112
German chancery, pretensions in respect to

2 112
Of the princes of the blood in France

2 113
Absurdity of among the French and Italians

2 113
Mode of addressing French bishops

2 114
Arrangements of Louis XIV. in regard to

2 115
TOLERATION (article)

6 272
Ancient toleration

6 272
Jewish occasional ditto

6 273
Christian in tolerance

6 274
Intolerance not sanctioned by Jesus Christ

6 277
Russian and Turkish toleration

6 279
TOPHET (article)

6 281
Its description and locality

6 281
Horrible Jewish sacrifices there

6 282
TORTURE (article)

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Not employed by the Jews

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Freneh barbarity and indifference in regard to 6 285
Chevalier de Barre, his horrible sentence

6 285
Touraine-Extraordinary mass of shelly matter there
Tragedies-Unbearable in prose

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TRÂNSUBSTANTIATION (article)

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Its absurdity

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Trent, Council.of-Its acts

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Supposed to be the last

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Conveyance of the Holy Ghost to

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Tressel, Sir W.-His revocation of allegiance to Ed-
ward II.

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TRINITY (article)

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Origin of the doctrine

6 287
Platonic opinions concerning

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Different opinions of the fathers

6 290
Explanation by Abauzit

6 291
Opinion of the orthodox

6 291
of the Unitarians

6 292
of the Socinians

6 292
Reflections on said opinions

6 292
Decision of Calvin concerning

6 294
Trinity-Not mentioned in the Bible

3 288
TRUTH (article)

6 294
Pilate's query concerning

6 294
Historical truths

6 295
Judicial truth

6 296
Turenne-Incorrect thought in his funeral sermon 6 366
Turks-Address of one to a German

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Have done nothing for mankind

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TYRANNY (article)

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Definition of

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TYRANT (article)

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Various tyrants enumerated

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UNIVERSITY (article)

Statutes of that of Paris

Artifice of the Papacy in respect to
Usages-Difficulty of accounting for many ancient
VAŇPIRES (article)

Absurd notions of
A superstition of modern Greek origin
Execution of
Calmet, his history of
Account of in the “ Jewish Spy
Difficulty of proving their existence from Scripture

Vanini-Justification of
VELETRI (article)

Native place of Augustus
VENALITY (article)

All reform opposed by it
VENICE (article)

Its original liberty

Vile pretensions against it
Verona- Ass of
Verron Family-Case of
VERSE (article)

Suspicious opinions against

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