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CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME.

A. D. TACE.

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XLIV. Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage

XLV. Writings ascribed to St. Cyprian, or joined with his works

XLVI. St. Cornelius and St. Lucius, Bishops of Rome

XLVII. Novatus, otherwise salled Novatian

XLVIII.

Dionysius, Bishop of Rome

XLIX. Commodian.

L.

Malchion

LI.

Anatolius, and three others, Bishops of Laodicea

LII.

Theognostus

LIII.

Theonas, Bishop of Alexandria

LIV.

Pierius, Presbyter of Alexandria

LV. I. Dorotheus, presbyter of Antioch. II. Dorotheus, author of the Synopsis of the

lives of the prophets, and of the apostles and disciples of Christ

LVI.

Victorinus, Bishop of Pettaw

LVII. Methodius, Bishop of Olympus in Lycia

LVIII. Lucian, Presbyter of Antioch; and Hesychius, Bishop in Egypt

LIX. Pamphilus, Presbyter of Cæsarea

LX.

Phileas, Bishop of Thmuis in Egypt; and Philoromus, Receiver General at

Alexandria

LXI. Peter, Bishop of Alexandria, and the Meletians

An Answer to Mr. Jackson's Remarks

LXII. Archelaus, Bishop in Mesopotamia

LXIII. Mani, and his Followers

Sect. I. A general history of the Manichees

II. The History of Mani

III. Mani's Predecessors and Works

IV. The Sentiments of the Manichees concerning divers Points

V. Their Worship

VI. The Manichæan Doctrine concerning the Scriptures

VII.

Various readings and select passages in Faustus the Manichee

VIII. The conclusion of the history of the Manichees

IX. The Paulicians

Remarks upon Mr. Bower's Account of the Manichees

LXIV. Arnobius

LXV. Lactantius

LXVI. Of burning the Scriptures, and of Traitors, in the time of Dioclesian's Persecution,,

LXVII. The Donatists

LXVIII. Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria

LXIX.

Arius, and his Followers

LXX. Constantine the Great, the First Christian Emperor

LXXI. The Council of Nice

LXXII. Eusebius, Bishop of Cæsarea

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306 301
316 303
306 321
325 343
315 355

LXXIII. Marcellus, Bishop of Ancyra in Galatia

LXXIV. Eustathius, Bishop of Antioch

LXXV. Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria

LXXVI. A Dialogue against the Marcionites

LXXVII. Juvencus

LXXVIII. Julius Firmicus Maternus

LXXIX. Cyril of Jerusalem

LXXX. The Audians

LXXXI. Hilary of Poictiers

LXXXII. Aerius

LXXXIII. The Council of Laodicea

LXXXIV. Epiphanius, Bishop in Cyprus

LXXXV. The Apostolical Constitutions and Canons

LXXXVI. Rheticius, Bishop of Autun

LXXXVII. Triphyllius

LXXXVIII. Fortunatianus

LXXXIX. Photinus

XC.

Eusebius, Bishop of Vercelli

XCI. Lucifer, Bishop of Cagliari in Sardinia

XCII.

Gregory, Bishop of Elvira

XCIII. Phæbadius, Bishop of Agen

XCIV. Caius Marius Victorinus Afer

XCV. Apollinarius, Bishop of Laodicea

XCVI. Damasus, Bishop of Rome

XCVII. Basil, Bishop of Cæsarea in Cappadocia

XCVIII.

Gregory Nazianzen

XCIX. Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium

C.

Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa in Cappadocia

CI.

Didymus of Alexandria

CII.

Ephrem the Syrian

CII.

Ebedjesu

CIV. Pacian, Bishop of Barcelona

CV.

Optatus of Milevi

CVI. Ambrose Bishop of Milan

CVII.

The Priscillianists

CVIII. Diodorus, Bishop of Tarsus

CIX.

A Commentary upon thirteen of St. Paul's Epistles

CX.

Philaster Bishop of Brescia

CXI.

Gaudentius, Bishop of Brescia

CXII. Sophronius

CXIII. Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia in Cilicia

CXIV. Jerom

CXV. Rufinus

CXVI. The Third Council of Carthage

CXVII. Augustine, Bishop of Hippo Regius in Africa

CXVIII. John Chrysostom, Bishop of Constantinople

CXIX. Severian, Bishop of Gabala, in Syria

CXX. Sulpicius Severus

CXXI. Chromatius, Bishop of Aquileia

CXXII.

A Commentary upon St. Mark's Gospel, ascribed to Victor, Presbyter of Antioch,

CXXIII. Innocent 1. Bishop of Rome

CXXIV.

Paulinus, Bishop of Nola

CXXV. Pelagius

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