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Belgic Confession, 21, 273.
Benjamin of Tudela, 41.
Benson, 46, 254, 255, 258.
Benson, Essay on Relig. Worship of

the Christians, 56.
Bentley, Richard, D. D., 248.
Bernard's Synagogue and the

Church, 17, 18, 41, 42, 43, 84,

100, 127, 288.
Berne, ix, x.
Beverly, M., Heresy of Human

Priesthood, 162.
Beza, 200, 248, 259.
Biblical Repertory, 17, 18, 20, 349,

350, 351.
Bilson, Bishop, 157.
Bingham, quoted, 159.
Bishops, 18, 19, 21, 38-50, 53-58,

189, 290, 369; use of the title,

125-145.
Bird, John S., 362.
Blair on the Waldenses, 223, 339.
Bloomfield, 241, 242, 254, 255.
Blondel, David, 71, 242, 268, 306,

310, 311, 328.
Bohemian Churches, 22, 23, 75, 224.
Bohemian Brethren, 311.
Book of Canons, 113.
Book of Common Order of the

English Church, 22, 83, 100, 259,

273.
Books of Discipline (First and

Second), of the Church of Scot-
land, 22, 23, 66, 83, 88, 89, 129,
146, 147, 148, 151, 170, 171, 178,
179, 181, 184, 201, 218, 224, 231,
259, 272, 273, 274, 280, 290, 310,

333, 339, 340, 341, 342, 355.
Bosanquet on the Poor, 377.
Boyce, Mr., 46; quoted, 71, 130,

269.
Breckinridge, Dr. R. J., quoted, 170,

171, 172, 202, 204, 206, 228, 230,
233, 240, 264, 265, 268, 280, 284,

315.
Browning, Andrew F., 362.
Brown's Vindication of the Presby.

Form of Church Gov't, 109.
Bucer, quoted, 22, 45, 76;

INDEX.

A.
Adamson, Patrick, Archb., quoted,

129.
Adger, Dr. John B., 172-174, 186,

187, 206, 211, 215, 228, 242, 258,
267, 278, 283, 284, 286, 289, 290,
311, 313, 325, 328, 329, 330, 331,
334, 336, 337, 341, 342, 343, 348,

349, 354.
Adrian VII (Pope), 20, 225.
African Fathers, 231.
Aiton, John, D. D., Life and Times

of Alexander Henderson, quoted,

113, 118, 408, 409.
Alasco, John, 301, 308, 310, 311,

339, 341.
Alexander of Macedon, 617.
Alexander, Joseph Addison, D. D.,

231, 237, 240, 241, 292, 294, 312,

329, 355.
Alexander, James Waddell, D. D.,

330.
Alexandria, Church at, 18.
Alford, Rev. Henry, quoted, 255.
Ambrose, I., 68, 158.
Ames, Dr., 23.
Anderson, John, 362.
Antonianus, 18.
Apostolic Fathers, 126.
Apostolic Succession, doctrine of,

512-516.
Arnold, Dr. Thomas, The Church,

quoted, vii-ix.
Articles of Religion, 404.
Augustine, 68, 69, 270.
Ayton, Dr., Orig. Constit. of the
Church, 38, 250.

B.
Baillie, Robert, 89, 90.
Baird, Robert, D. D., 263, 341.
Baird's Digest, 331.
Ball, Thomas, quoted, 108.
Baptists, 135, 248, 258, 260, 393.
Barr, Dr., 249.
Barnes', Eccl. Law, 44.
Barrington, Lord; Works, 45, 46,

47.
Barrow, Isaac, D. D., mentioned,

255, 258 ; quoted, 157.
Basle, ix.
Basil, 55.
Bastwick's Utter Routing, 483.
Baxter, Richard, 268, 269 ; quoted,

417.
Baxters, Diocesan Ch., 55, 93.
Baxters, Treatise on Episcopacy,

46, 52, 131.
Bede, 112.
Belgic Churches, 367.
Belgic Churches in London, 341.

tioned, 242.
Buchanan, President, 613.
Bullinger, 219,
Bunsen, Chevalier, quoted, 368,

378-379.
Burke, Edmund, 618.
Burnet, Bp., 94.
Burns, Robert, 339.
Burns's Eccl. Laws, 17, 71, 72;

quoted, 73, 74.
Butler, H. V., 387.
Buxtorf, 233.

men-

C.
Calamy, Mr., 89.
Calderwood, 249, 343, 344.
Calderwood's Altare Damascenum,

83, 86, 87, 88, 219.
Calderwood's Book of the Univer-

sal Church, 88.
Calderwood's Pastor and Prelate,

107, 129, 259.
Calvin, John, ix, 22, 74, 76; quoted,

77, 78, 79, 81, 128, 161, 178, 181,
182, 185, 197, 198, 199, 200, 210,
220, 223, 231, 250, 255, 257, 267,
273, 290, 298, 309, 333, 334, 335-

338, 339, 498.
Campbell, Dr., quoted, 120.
Carthage, Fourth Council of, 56.
Cartwright, 50, 97.
“Case of the Accommodation Ex-

amined," The, 87.
Catechism (Ecclesiastical), of the

Presbyterian Church, 436; The
Larger, 405; The Shorter, 312,

405.
Catholic Clergy, 199.
Casaubon, 200.
Cave, Dr., 157.
Central Presbyterian, 174.
Chambers, James S., 362.
Chamier, 56.
Charlemagne, 617.
Charles XII, 617.
Children's Friend, The, 526.
Christian Spectator, The, 201.
Christian Witness and Church Ad-

vocate, The, 604.
Chrysostom, 55, 58, 198, 255, 257.
Church, The Nature, End, and

Object of, 15.
Church Members, Address to, 35-37.
Church of England, 127, 145, 157,

301 ; opponents of not intolerant,
422, 423; would have been mod-
eled after original platform of
Presbyterian polity, had clergy
and laity possessed liberty to
carry out their views, 394-396.
Church of Ireland, Constitution and

Discipline of, 338.
Church of Scotland, 81, 107, 113,

129, 135, 170, 171, 177, 183, 218,
219, 223, 224, 298, 299, 302, 319,
320, 333, 339, 355, 356, 357, 404,

415, etc.
Church of Scotland, General As-

sembly of, x, 15, 24, 113, 305,

355.
Church of Scotland, Government of,

20.
Church of Scotland, Laws of, 218.
Civil Power, Interference of, 20, 21.
Clarke, Adam, 255, 257.
Clarkson's Primitive Episcopacy,

17, 245, 269.
Clemens, Romanus, 54, 60, 62, 126,

249.

Clement of Alexandria, 54, 64, 65.
Coleman's Primitive Church, 18, 19,

38, 39, 50, 56, 59, 269.
Coleridge's Aids to Reflection, 134.
Comenius, 22; quoted, 75; men-

tioned, 104, 224.
Compendium of the Laws of the

Church of Scotland, 24.
Confession of Faith, The, 183, 298,

302, 333, 341, 404, 405, 408, 409.
Confession of the Churches of

Switzerland, The, 80.
Congregationalism, 511, 512.
Congregationalists,

135, 162-164,
198, 239, 246, 248, 258, 260, 296,

297, 366, 367, 393, 406.
Congregationalists, Confession of

Faith adopted by them at the

Savoy Conference, 404.
Corinth, Church at, 54, 60.
Cornelius, Bp. of Rome, 18, 55, 157,

158.
Council of Arles, 154, 160.
Council of Barcelona, 160.
Council of Carthage, 70, 159.
Council of Eliberis, 154.
Council of Constantinople, 53, 161.
Council of Orleans, 160.
Council at Rome, 155.
Council at Toledo, 155, 160.
Council of Trent, 20, 225.
Courts of the Church, 473-484.
Cramer, 297.
Critical Digest, 255.
Croft, Bishop, 366.
Cromwell, 403, 411; Independents

in chief power during his reign,

420, 421.
Culdee Church, ix, 44, 71.
Cumming, Rev. J., 163, 508.
Cyprian, 55, 65, 66; quoted, 156 ;

mentioned, 226, 282.
Cyprian Age, 17.
Cyprian, Letter to Antonianus, 18.

D.
Dabney, Dr. Robert L., His theories

of the Eldership, and Dr. Smyth's

reply, 277-316, 349.
Dalcho, F., quoted, 161, 162.
Dalrymple, Sir James, quoted, 71.
Damasus I, Bp. of Rome, 67.
Davidson, Dr., 189, 292, 297, 303.
Deacons, 15, 16, 17, 43, 146-152,

170, 171.
Deacon's Court, 15, 16, 148, 151,

171, 181.
Deacons, Office and functions in

relation to those of the Pastor

and Ruling Elders, 361-382.
De Foe, 123.
De Gubern, Bucer, 17.
Diet at Wurtenberg, 20, 225.
Diocesan Conventions, 153-156.
Diocesanists, 17.
Doddridge, 47, 255, 257, 258.
Dunlap. 341.

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Dunlop's Confession of Faith, 22.
Du Pin, 19.
Dutch Church, 310, 367.

E.
Eadie, Dr., 243.
Earnest Worker, The, 526, etc.
Eastburn, Rev. Bishop, 604.
Ecclesiastical Catechism of the

Preshtyerian Church, 436-519.
Edwards, President, 116.
Edwards, Dr. John, quoted, 417,

421.
Edwards, Jonathan, 264.
Elders, 15, 16, 146-152, 268-380; see

also Ruling Elder.
Elder's Shorter Catechism, 312-316,

333.
Eldership, Theories of, 167-358;

Reply to Dr. Dabney, 279-316.
Epiphanius, 68, 253.
Episcopal Churches, 21, 95, 96, 97,

112, 142, 143, 366.
Episcopal Recorder, The, 143.
Episcopalians, 143, 144, 189, 196,

242.
Erasmus, 248.
Erastians, 410.
Erskin, Mr., 116.
Eusebius, quoted, 18, 44, 62, 64,

153.
Eustathius, Bishop of Antioch, 158.
Excommunication in Scotland, 416.

F.
Faber's Albigenses, 115.
Fabian, Bp. of Rome, 18.
Fabius, Bp. of Antioch, 158.
Fall, Mr., quoted, 264, 265.
Fathers, The, 305, 366 ; named, 248;

apply the term Presbyter only to

Ministers, 60-73.
Firmilian. 66, 253.
Forbes' Digest, 171, 340.
Foreign Mission, 339.
Forrester, Thomas, quoted, 414.
Free Church of Scotland, 15, 16,

32, 171, 275, 302, 414.
Free Church Assembly, 146.
Free Church Magazine, The, 146.
French Churches, 310, 508.
French Protestant Church, 24, 367.
French Reformed Church, x.
Fulke's Defence, 262.

G.
Gallic Confession, The, 81.
Gataker, Mr., 89.
Genevan Church, 24, 367.
Gieseler, 249, 269.
Gilchrist, Robert C., 555.
Gillespie, George, 20, 38, 46, 50,

183, 184, 185, 208, 213, 224, 271,
290, 302, 305, 333, 334, 339, 344-

347.
Goode, Divine Rule of Faith, 45.
Greek Churches, 19, 157.

Greek Fathers, 311.
Gregory, Rev. Dr., 547.
Gregory IX (Pope), 130.
Gregory Nazianzen, 56, 68, 158.
Gregory of Nyssa, 53, 55, 68.
Gregory Thaumaturgus, 43, 158.
Grindal, Bishop, 311, 341.
Grotius, 45; quoted, 71, 180, 255,

258.
Guericke, 19, 249.
Guthrie, Dr. Thomas, quoted, 89,

106, 121, 122, 208, 219, 245, 290,

333, 334.
Guthrie, John, 203.
Guthrie, of Stirling, 274.
Guyot, quoted, 566.

H.
Hadrian, 366.
Hamilton, Alexander, 619.
Hannibal, 617.
Haywood, Thomas, 619.
Helvetic Confession, 128, 224, 255.
Henderson, Alexander, quoted, 88,

106, 219, 290.
Henry, Matthew, 257.
Hermas, Writings of, 61, 62.
Hetherington, Mr., '389; quoted,

406, 409.
Heugh's Religion in Geneva and

Belgium, 100, 114.
Hilary, 55, 56, 67, 112, 208, 253,

270, 304.
Hill, Alexander, 339.
Hill, Principal, 260, 268, 272, 339-

340.
Hinds, History of the Rise and

Progress of Christianity, quoted,

17, 249, 366.
Hodge, Dr., quoted, 115, 116, 243,

279, 281, 282, 284, 300, 301, 316,
329; Theory of the Eldership,

349-358.
Hodge, Dr., His Note to Dr.

Smyth's Article, 335-336.
Hooker, 161, 248.
Hooper, William, 619.

I.
Ignatian Presbyters, 17, 66.
Ignatius. 61, 62, 244.
Independent Morrisonian Churches,

245.
Independents, 89, 410; absolute in

New England, 421 ; their Apolo-
getical Narrative. 419; in power
during Cromwell's reign, 420,

421.
Irenaeus, 54, 60; quoted, 63, 64,

253.
Irish Church Discipline, 339.
Irish Protestants, massacred by

Roman Catholics, 397.
Isidore, of Pelusium, 55.

J.
James, Angel, 163.
Jameson, Rev. Wm., quoted, 17, 45,

49, 71, 129, 132, 242, 268, 269.

Jameson, Rev. Wm., Cyprianus Iso-

timus, 21, 55, 56, 65.
Jameson, Rev. Wm., Sum of the

Episcopal Controversy, 43.
Jay, John, 619.
Jefferson, Thomas, 619.
Jerome, 44, 158, 208, 304.
Jewell, Bishop, 17, 242.
Jews, 41, 47, 48, 232, 236, 290.
John's Island, S. C., 152.
Johnstone,
Chancellor Job,

His
Opinion on the Eldership, 317,

318.
Jones, Rev. William, 73.
Justin Martyr, quoted, 54, 58, 62,

63, 253, 272, 298.
Justinian, Emperor, 44.

K.
Killen, Dr., quoted, 204, 205, 206,

207, 208, 210, 226, 233, 234, 240,
241, 242, 243, 244, 248, 253, 263,

270, 286, 287, 292, 298, 299.
King, Dr., 182, 188, 189, 267, 303.
Kirk, Rev. Dr., 603, 604.
Knox, John, 22, 82, 129, 178, 185,

200, 231, 273, 290, 298, 310, 334,

339.
Koppe, 255.

L.
Lafayette, 618.
Lang, Dr. John Dunmore, Religion

and Education in America, 76,

420, 429.
Laity Represented in Councils, 152-

162.
Lasco, John. (See Alasco, John.)
Latin Church, 157.
LeMoyne, 53.
Leo Magnus, 159.
Lightfoot, quoted, 40, 41, 51, 91, 92,

130, 226, 233, 234, 235, 236, 269,

366, 406.
London Christian Witness, The,

366.
Lord's Supper, 311, 373.
Litton, quoted, 258.
Lorimer, Rev. John G., 209, 273,

377.
Lorimer's Manual of Presbyterian-

ism, 144, 418, 425, 429, 430, 431.
Lorimer on the Eldership, 24, 25,

76, 93, 107, 144, 226.
Luther, 260.
Lutheran Church, 258, 267.

M.
Mackemie, Rev. Francis, 227.
Macknight, 46, 51.
Maimonides, 40, 49, 233, 234, 235,

288.
Manchester and Salford Deacons'

Association, 366.
Mason, Dr., 190 ; quoted, 262, 265,

292.
Maximus, 69.
McCrie, Dr., 83, 480.

McKerrow, Dr., 209, 245.
Mede's Works, 255.
Melancthon, quoted, 76.
Methodists, 248, 258, 260.
Middleton, Arthur, 619.
Miller, Samuel, D. D., 38, 42, 52,

65, 66, 67, 74, 76, 79, 88, 97, 100,
106, 169, 185, 190, 191, 193, 200,
201, 203, 211, 218, 219, 226, 227,
233, 234, 263, 268, 271, 272, 279,
281-285, 292, 293, 297, 300, 301,
310, 311, 316, 325, 330, 332, 334,

337, 311, 349-358.
Milner's, Dr., End of Religious

Controversy, 507; his Life of

Watts, quoted, 407.
Milton, 49, 128, 132, 268 ; on the

Long Parliament, quoted, 426;
his work on Divorce denounced
by the Westminster Assembly,

403.
Ministers, to govern or rule, 313-

327.
Miscellany of the Wodrow Society,

219.
Moderators, 87.
Moreland, Sir S., 21.
Mosheim, 19, 48, 51, 242, 255, 258,

269, 295.
Mussard, Pierre, 19.

N.
Napoleon, 618.
Neander, Johann August Wilhelm,

VII, 19, 38, 46, 49, 51, 172, 173,
185, 196, 197, 200, 242, 243, 281,

287, 290, 291, 297, 325, 334.
New England, Religious Advan-

tages of, 115; Ruling Elders in,

97, 98,
New England Colonies, Indepen-

dency attained absolute power,

421.
Niemeyer, 21.
North African Churches, 250.
North British Review, The, 366.
North Carolina Presbyterian, The,

278, 349, 358.
Nott, Dr., his Baccalaureate Ad-

dress to the Students of Union
College, quoted, 610, 611.

0.
Ecolampadius, quoted, ix, 79, 80,

224.
Old South Church, Boston, 389, 404.
Onderdonk, Bishop, 138, 143.
Optatus, 55, 69.
Origen, 17, 65, 66, 158, 269.
Owen, Dr., 193, 194, 195, 196, 197,

215, 237, 247, 257, 263, 265, 267,
268, 270, 334 ; his sermon before
the House of Commons, quoted,
419, 420.

P.
Palmer, Mr., 366.
Pamelius, 49.

Presbyterian Form of Church Gov-

ernment, 320-327, 456, 457.
Presbyterianism, spirit of, x, 32 ;

theories of, 261.
Presbyterians vindicated from the

charge of persecution, 412 ; vin-
dicated from charge of having
given origin to innumerable sects,

424.
Presbytery and Prelacy. (See Smyth,

Thomas.)
Price, Mr., 89.
Princeton Repertory, The, 279, 282,

301, 328, 349.
Princeton Review, The, 279, 317.
Proctors. 155.
Protestant Episcopal Churches, 161,

162, 181.
Provincial Synod of London, 108,

251, 263, 299, 302.
Prynne's, Counsellor, Antipathie of

the English Lordly Prelacy, 21.
Psalms, metrical versions of, 407,
408.

R.
Reeves, 258.
Reformation, The, 19, 112, 155, 169,

223.
Reformed Church of Scotland, 22.
Reformed Churches, 20, 23, 32, 366.
Reformed Dutch Church, 24, 275,

355, 356.
Reformers, 21 260 ; their views on

the subject of the Eldership and
on the application to it the term

Presbyter, 74-79.
Reid's History of the Presbyterian

Church in Ireland, 397.
Reid's Lives of the Divines of the

Westminster Assembly, 393.
Repertory. (See Princeton Reper-

Papias, Bishop of Hierapolis, 62.
Papists, ix, 20, 299.
Pardovan's Collection, 322, 340,

341.
Pastor or Minister, different names

expressive of his duties, 367, 368.
Pastors and Teachers, 242-245.
Patristical View of Office of Ruling

Elder, 60-73.
Persecution, Presbtyerians vindi-

cated from the charge of, 424,

429.
Pharisees, x.
Philo, 63.
Pitt, William, 618.
Pitt, the younger, 618.
Plymouth Brethren, 163, 265.
Polycarp, 54, 60, 61, 62.
Poole, Crit. Sacra, 256.
Poole's Synopsis, 257.
Popery, 250, 260; overthrow of in

Scotland; Presbyterian system

distinguished from, 216.
Potter, Archbishop, 45, 96, 366.
Powell, Prof., 434.
Prelacy, 191, 193, 248, 250, 260,

296, 343, 344.
Prelacy, a manifest deviation from

the institutions of Christ, 395-

399.
Prelacy and Presbtyery distin-

guished, 336, 337.
Prelatists, x, 239, 240, 249, 271, 299,

306.
Prelatists and Presbtyerians, their

conduct compared, 421, 422.
Presbyters, 17-20, 22, 38-73, 125-

145, 153, 169-358 ; argument from
the plurality of, 245 ; of the Old
Testament, 231, 232 ; of the New
Testament, 236-239 ; of the Syna-
gogue, 233 ; in the Synod of Jeru-

salem, 239-242.
Presbyterian, an

historical name,
258-261, 263.
Presbtyerian Church, ix, 45, 91, 94,

97, 163, 170, 181, 258, 367; con-
stitutional view of on the Elder-
ship, 211-229; relation to other
denominations and to the world,

504-511.
Presbyterian Church in N. C., 295,

296.
Presbyterian Church of America,

25, 91. 115, 144, 145, 183, 201,

209, 224, 226, 227, 228, 340, 404.
Presbyterian Church of America,

Form of Government, 319, 320,

327.
Presbyterian Church of England,

404, 408.
Presbyterian Church of Ireland, 24,

25, 91, 183, 201, 209, 220, 302,

340, 367, 404.
Presbyterian Church of Scotland,

25. 91, 183, 201, 209, 220, 340,
367, 404.

tory and Biblical Repertory.)
Rice, Dr., mentioned, 303, 316; his

Expositor, 265.
Riddle, quoted, 248, 269, 366.
Robertson, 339.
Robinson, Dr. Stuart, 171, 178, 179,

180, 181, 182, 184, 373.
Roman Churches, Paganized orders

in, 19.
Romanists, x, 135, 143, 239, 240,

241, 271, 343, 345.
Romish Churches, 366.
Rothe, Dr., 249, 269.
Rous, Francis, Composer of a met-

rical version of the Book of

Psalms, 407, 408.
Ruling Elders, Convention of (hield

in Charleston, January, 1860),

256.
Ruling Elders, x; office of, 13-73 ;

Scriptural view of the office, 38-
59 ; Patristical view of, 60-73;
Reformers view of. 74-99 ; Per-
manency of the office, 100-105 ;
Ordination of, 106-109; Value of,
110-124 ; Theories of, 166-382.

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