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Regular form, when attained, according to St. Jerome
and Eusebius

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Power of expelling devils, given to the

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Martyrs of the

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Persecutions of, not violent according to Origen 2 189
Persecuted by Dioclesian and Galerius

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Establishment under Constantine

2 193
Losses of the Latin Church in the sixteenth century 2 195
Conversions to by the Jesuits

2 195
Signification of the word

2 196
Authority assumed by, from certain words of Christ 197
Of the various churches in Christian society

2 198
Of the primitive church, and of the endeavours to
re-establish it

2 199
Love feasts of

2 201
Scandals in, according to various authorities

2 201
Assumptions of Gregory VII.

2 202
Quarrel between the Greek and the Latin

2 207
Negociations between

2 210
Greek, how managed by the Turks

2 211
Of the present Greek

2 212
Of the Russian Greek

2 213
Church not the priesthood

6 17
What forms the church

6 17
CHURCH OF ENGLAND (article)

2 213
Principles of the clergy of

2 214
Manners at college

2 214
No nondescripts in it like the French abbés

2 215
CHURCH PROPERTY (article)

2 215
The Gospel forbids the attainment of

2 215
Considerable at the close of the 3d century

2 215

2 216
Justinian favours wills bequeathing it

2 216
Regulated by deacons in the first five centuries

2 217
Monks possessing slaves

2 217
Subject like all other property to the laws
CICERO (article)

2 219
Unjust censure of

2 219
His conduct defended

2 220
His joke on the obtuseness of the Britons

2 234
Misrepresented by Warburton

3 928
No sophistry in his speeches

6 142
CIRCUMCISION (article)

2 223
Originating in Ethiopia and Egypt

2 224
Adopted from the latter by the Jews

2 225
Probable origin of

2 227
Clark, Dr. Sam.-An Arian

6 120
Anecdote of

6 121
Clement, St.-His mention of an apocalypse of St. Peter i 181
Proves that St. Paul had a wife

1 222
Clement VIII.—His insolent pretensions to Henry IV. of
France

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Cleopatra-Her belief in the resurrection

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CLERK, CLERGY (article)

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Benefit of

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Celibacy of

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Celibacy of not required by early christians

2 229
Celibacy of, when recommended

230
Examples of married clergy innumerable

2 230
When excommunicated for marriage

2 231
All protestant communions allow the marriage of 2 231
Clerks of the Closet-When called secretaries of state

2 232
CLIMATE (article)

2 232
Opinion of its operation on intellect

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Influence of

2 235
COHERENCE (article)

2 238
Defined

2' 238
Observations on

2 238
COMMERCE (article)

2 239
Carthage, Venice, and Amsterdam, in regard to,
compared with England

2 240
Honourable in Great Britain

2 240
Looked down on in France

2 241
COMMON SENSE (article)

2 241
Meaning of, among the Romans

2 241
Effect of superstition upon

2 242
CONFESSION (article)

2 243
Prevalent among the Pagans

2 243
Answer of a Spartan in regard to

2 244
Among the Jews

2 244
To St. John the Baptist

2 244
Not a sacrament

2 244
Open, put a stop to, and the cause

2 245
Auricular, commenced in the 7th century

2 245
Injurious effects of

2 246
Custom in regard to, of Louis XI. and the mar:
chioness de Brinvilliers

2 246
Disclosure of

2 246
Articles required from the jesuits in regard to 2 247
Seduction by priests, confessions of to be disclosed 2 248
Answer of father Coton to Henry IV. in regard to 2 249
Disclosure of one to Francis I.

2 249
Disclossd by the jesuit Daubenton

2 249
Taken by laymen and women

2 250
Abbesses too curious in regard to

2 251
Confession tickets, what, and absurd conduct re-
garding them

2 252
CONFISCATION (article)

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Singular origin of the word

2 25+
Frequent injustice of it

2 255
Case of Naboth

2 256
Case of Mephibosheth

2 256
Confucius Prophecy of

5 335
CONSCIENCE (article)

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Locke's arguments in regard to

2 257
Created by circumstances

2 258
Conscience opposed to evidence

2 259
Deceitful, illustrated from Tristram Shandy

2 260
Liberty of, a sketch from the German

2 261
CONSEQUENCE (article)

2 264
Premises usually more incorrect than conclusions 2 265
The danger of reasoning correctly from false pre-
mises

2 265
CONSTANTINE (article)

2 266
Of the
age of

2 266
Character of

2 270
His pretended vision

2 271
His edict for liberty of conscience

2 272
Treatment of his wife and son

2 273
His foundation of Constantinople

2 274
The most absolute of the Roman emperors

2 274
Sometimes Arian, sometimes Athanasian

2 275
Delay of his baptism, and probable cause

2 275
His letter to the partisans of Arius and Athanasius 1 249
Constantinople-Second council of, settled that Christ
had two wills

2 314
Consubstantiality-Strange argument in favour of 6 120
CONTRADICTIONS (article)

2 275
Various instances of

2 276
In the treatment of abbé St. Pierre and Montesquieu 2 278
Absurd commercial ones in Spain

2 280
Examples of, from history, scripture, &c.

2 281
In certain rites

2 283
In things and men

2 284
In men and things

2 284
Apparent ones in books

2 - 285
In the genealogies of Christ, and arguments thereon 2 287
Effect of on the curate Meslier

2 290
Of the evangelists to each other

2 292
In judgment on works of literature

2. 293
CONTŘAST (article)

2 294
Definition of

2 294
Instances of

2 294
CONVULSIONARIĖS (article)

2 295
Epigrams in regard to

2 295
Ridiculous miracles attributed to

2 296
CORN (article)

2 296
Ancient fables as to the introduction of

2 297
Said to grow spontaneously in Mesopotamia

2 298
Ridiculous conduct of the French in regard to, in 1750 2 299
COUNCILS of the CHURCH (article)

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Held by the followers of Zoroaster

2 300
Early one at Jerusalem

2 301
Divided into General and Particular

2 303
Decree of one held at Macon

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of Nice—The cause of

2 308
Number of bishops attending that

of
Nice

2 303
Conduct at that of Nice

2 304
Curious discussions in regard to the number of
bishops who attended that of Nice

2 305
Cavils produced by that of Nice

2 306
Two more held by Constantine

2 307
Settlement of the Holy Ghost in

2 308
Acts of that of Ephesus

2 308
Acts of the fifth general council

2 309
Transactions at the seventh ditto

2 309
Ditto at the eighth ditto

2 310
Further details of the acts of general councils

2 311
Infallibility of

2 317
COUNTRY (article)

2 322
Who alone possess a country

2 322
Saying in Euripides relating to

2 33
What is a country?

2 326
Republican preceded kingly government

2 326
Love of, according to Cato

2 321
Courtier-Definition of by the regent duke of Orleans

2 71
Creech-The translator of Lucretius, his singular death 6208
Creed - Construction of the Apostles', according to St.
Augustin

6 222
That of the abbé St. Pierre

6 223
CRIMES (article)

2 328
Often merely local

2 328
Of time and place

2 329
False accusation of one

2 332
Criminal-Innocent actions often declared so

2 333
Criminal prosecutions

2 333
at Rome

2 334
at London

2 335
among particular nations

2 335
secret
in France and Germany

2 336
Edict in regard to, of Louis XIV.

2 337
False condemnation of the whole family of Sirven

2 337
CROMWELL (article)

2 340
His origin and career

2 340
Force of his character
Droll anecdote of

2 345
Cuckold—Called “ goat” by the Greeks

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CUISSAGE (article)
Definition of

2 347
Consideration of the noblemen entitled to the privi.
lege

2 347
Abbots and bishops entitled thereto

Never sanctioned by any public law
CURATE, Country (article).

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His laborious functions in France
Superior condition of the monks

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CURIOSITY (article)

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Nature of

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Parisian, to see executions

2 354
To whom natural

2 355
CUSTOMS (article) contradictory ones of France 2 355
Cyril, St. produces the murder of Hypatia

4 78
CYRUS (article)

2 356
Declared by Isaiah to be the Christ or Anointed 2 357
His death scarcely known

2 359
Treated of by Xenophon

2 359
by the Chevalier Ramsay

2 359
Called the Messiah by Isaiah

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Artaxerxes

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Dagobert-Rescued from purgatory
Dancing-Celebration of Mass with
DANTE (article)

His birth, &c.
A lecture formed in Italy to make his allusions

known
Daubenton, Jesuit-Discloses confession of Philip v.
DAVID (article)

Bayle persecuted for life of
His expedition against Nabal
His conduct to Achish
His treatment of the town of Rabbah
His conduct to the grandsons of Saul

His story parodied and applied to France
Dalai Lama-Speech of, to his privy council
Dead-Feast of the, origin of
DECLARATION of the Amateurs, &c. who composed

the Philosophical Dictionary

Liberal offers to certain authors
DECRETALS (article)

Collection of

Inauthenticity of
Deists—Arguments of
Delphos--Oracle of, various replies of the
DELUGE, General (article)

Why physically impossible
Ridiculous etymologies concerning
Several alluded to

Unknown in Eastern Asia
DEMOCRACY (article)

Bayle's attack on Athens answered
DEMONIACS (article)

Nature of the disease of
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