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LIST OF BOOKS USED IN THE PREPARATION

OF THESE VOLUMES.

Vedas. Historical Hlindostani Reli

Gods.

The Works of Sir William Jones. Classical Museum.
Ramohun Roy's Translation of the Mayo's New System of Mythology.

Enfield's History of Philosophy.
Heeren's Historical Researches. Gray's Classical Ages.
Maurice's History of Hindostan. Priestly's Philosophers.
Ramsay's Natural and Revealed Reli- Cicero Concerning the Nature of the

gion. Priestly's Institutes.

Dictionary of Greek and Roman MyLa Vie Contemplative, Ascetique, et thology. By Dr. W. M. Smith. Monastique, chez les Indous et les Smith's Classical Dictionary. Bouddhistes. Par J. J. Boch- Prideaux's History of the Old and New inger.

Testainent. Oriental Memoirs. By Sir James History of the Hebrew Monarchy. By Forbes.

Rev. Francis Newman. Journal of a Residence in India. By De Wette on the Old and New TestaBishop Heber.

ment. Translated by Theodore ParHerodotus.

ker. Ancient Egyptians. By Sir J. Wilkin- History of the Jews. By Josephus. son.

Lewis's History of the Hebrew ReEgypt's Place in Universal History. public. By C. J. Bunsen.

Warburton's Divine Legation of Moses. Denon's Travels in Egypt.

Herder on Hebrew Poetry. Belzoni's Travels in Egypt.

Milman's History of the Jews. Eastern Lands, Past and Present. By Mackay's Progress of the Intellect. Harriet Martinean.

Library of the Fnthers. Translated Nineveh and its Remains. By Layard. by members of the English church. The Zend-Avesta. Translated into | Book of the Fathers.

French. By Anquitil du Perron. The Fnthers of the Desert. By Henry Confucius et Mencius. Par M. G. Ruffner. Pauthier.

Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs and Chinese Classics. By Rev. David Saints. By Rev. Alban Bntler. Collie.

Life of St. Chrysostom. Translated Duhalde's China.

from the German of Dr. Neander Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China. by Rev. J. C. Stapleton. By M. Huc.

Confessions of St. Augustine. RePlato. Translated by Taylor.

vised by Rev. E. B. Pusey. Sewall's Plato.

Life of St. Anthony. From the Greek Potter's Antiquities of Greece.

of St. Athanasius. Translated by Wordsworth's Greece.

Henry Rutiner. Hesiod.

Life of 'St. Hilarion. From the Latin Homer.

of St. Jerome. Translated by Henry Virgil.

Ruffner.

Life of St. Paul the Simple. From Butler's Horæ Biblicae.

Tillemont's Ecclesiastical History. Gibbon's History of the Decline and Translated by Henry Ruffner.

Fall of the Roman Empire. Histoire de la Mère de Dieu. Par M. The Apocryphal New Testament. L'Abbé Orsini.

Life of Apollonius. Translated from Ecclesiastical History. By Eusebius. the Greek of Philostratus, by Rev. Mosheim's Ecclesiastical History. Edward Berwick. Bingham's History of the Church. The Two First Books of Philostratus Cave's Primitive Christianity, i concerning Apollonius. Translated Le Christianisme et L'Esclavage. Par by Charles Blount. M. L'Abbé Théron.

Histoire Critique du Gnosticisme. Par History of the Christian Reiigion. By M. Jacque Matter.

Dr. Neander. Translated from the Histoire de L'Ecole D'Alexandrie. German, by Joseph Torrey.

Par M. Jules Simon. History of Christianity. By Dr. Milman. Sale's Translation of the Koran. History of Early Opinions concerning Life and Religion of Mohammed, as

Jesus Christ. By Dr. Priestly. | contained in the Hyat ul Kuloob. A Free Inquiry into the Miraculous Mohammedan Akhlak i Jalaly.

Powers of the Christian Church. By Bayle's Dictionary.
Dr. Conyers Middleton.

Conversations Lexicon.
A Free Inquiry into the Authenticity Biblical Legends of the Musulmans.
of the First Chapters of Matthew. By Dr. G. Weil.
By John Williams, LL. D.

INDEX.

Abraham, vol. i., page 891 to 886. Anaxagoras, i., 848.
ABSORPTION INTO THE DIVINE BEING | ANJELTORS, THE SOULS OF

Hindoo, i., 6, 8, 10, 23, 87, 42, 76. Hindoo, i., 19.
Buddhist, i., 85, 87, 229, 246.

Egyptian, i., 170.
Gnostic, ii., 241.

Chinese, i., 203.
New Platonic, ii., 421.

Buddhist, i., 231.
Christian, iii., 248.

Persian, i., 271, 277.
Mohammedan, iii., 408.

Grecian, i., 298; iii., 184.
Abyssinians, iii., 347.

Christian, ii., 822 to 824; iii., 184,
Acts, the Book of, iii., 810.

178.
Adarn Kadman, ii., 74, 99, 158, 219, ANGELS

880, 338, 402, 403 ; iii., 31, 264, 881. visits of, i., 887, 416.
Adain, the First and the Second, ii., 74, belief in, ii., 42, 86, 140, 802; ii.,
99, 158, 830, 838.

158, 187.
Adam's paradise existing, ii., 826; iii., | in love with women, ii., 217, 818;
146, 390.

iii., 128.
Adcodatus, iii., 125, 127.

ANIMALS
Adrian, ii., 248.

before the Fall, ii., 831; iii., 146.
Agape, ii., 357 ; iii., 190.

Asiatio tenderness toward, i., 11,
Alexandria, i., 195; ii., 878.

115, 227, 249; iii., 487.
ALEXANDRIAN LIBRARY --

Sacred, i., 114 to 116; 176 to 180.
founded, i., 197.

Symbolic, i., 179; ii., 181; üi., 289.
pillaged by Christians, ii., 87. ANIMAL MAGNETISM-

burnt by Mohammedans, iii., 414. remarks on, ii., 176; iii., 445.
ALLEGORICAL INTERPRETATION OF SACRED Hindoo, i., 6, 122.
Books, ii., 179; iii., 432.

Egyptian, i., 165.
Hindoo i., 184, 185.

Grecian, I., 300, 314, 815, 820.
Grecian i., 857 ; ii., 424.

New Platonic, ii., 432.
Jewish ii., 67, 72, 179, 218, 888.

Christian, iii., 25.
Christian ii., 832; iii., 147, 829, 448. Anthony, St., iii., 215.
Ali, iii., 858, 359, 396, 400, 404. Anthusa, iii., 111, 171.
Ambrose, iii., 96, 109, 203, 268. Antiochus persecutes the Jews, ii.
AMULETS
Hindoo, i., 122.

ANTIQUITY-
Egyptian, i., 198.

of Hindostan, 1., 2.
Chinese, 1., 214.

of Egypt, i., 145, 148, 188; ii., 154.
Baddhist, i., 280, 249.

of China, i., 199.
Persian, 1., 277.

of Chaldea, i., 252.
Grecian, i., 298, 328.
Jewish, ii., 55.

of Christianity, ii, 866; iii., 258.
Christian, ii., 272, 821, 843; if., 5, Antoninus Pius, 'ii., 250.
148, 180, 288.

| Apis, i., 177.
Amun, or Jupiter Ammon, i., 149. Apocalypse, iii., 810, 314.

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APOCRYPHAL BOOKS-

| BAPTISM
Jewish, ii., 126; wi., 295, 296, 800. Jewish, ii., 80.
Christian, iii., 295.

Christian, ii., 888, 400, 418; iii, 174
Apollinaris, ii., 278. .

to 176.
Apollinarians, íi., 45.

Bar Cochebas, ii., 185.
Apollonius, ii., 221 to 288.

Bardesanes, i., 398.
APOSTLES-

BARNABAS-
days of the, ii., 185 to 210.

epistle of, iii., 829.
creed, iii., 383.

gospel of, iii., 405.
Apostolical Canons, iii., 838.

Basilides, ií., 882.
APOTHEOSIS-

Basil the Great, iii., 100, 288.
Roman, i., 872.

Benares, i., 105, 120.
Christian, iii., 293.

Bequests to the church, iii., 83, 199.
Arabia, the ancient customs of, iii., 849 Bhagavatgeeta, i., 57.
to 854.

BISHOPS
Aramæan, or Syro-Chaldean language, origin of, ii., 843.
ii., 51.

account of, iü., 196 to 207.
Arians, iii., 84, 82, 94, 110, 184, 224. their flattery of Constantine, iii., 10,
Arimanes, i., 261, 269.

15.
Aristobulus, ii., 17.

power and pride of, iii., 15, 202, 206,
Aristotle, i., 364.

279.
ARK-

piety and benevolence of, iii., 188,
the Sacred, of Egypt, i., 192.

* 206, 279.
of the Hebrews, I., 397, 423, 426, 484; their degeneracy in Cyprian's time,
ii., 150.

ii., 266.
Armenia converted, iii., 842.

in Jerome's time, iii., 199.
Armenian Church, iii., 846.

Black stone, the Mohammedan, ii.,
ASCENSION

850, 355, 369, 416.
of Hindoo hermits, i., 6.

Blandina, the Martyr, ii., 254.
of Chrishna, i., 72.

BODY, CONTEMPT FOR THE
of Buddha, i., 86.

Hindoo, i., 6, 38; ii., 171.
of Lao-tseu, i., 214.

new Platonic, ü., 422.
of Christ, ii., 99.

Christian, iii., 240.
ASCETICISM

Brahm and 'Brahma, i., 11.
remarks

BRAMINS
of Hindoos, i., 5, 118.

origin of, i., 9.
of Buddhists i., 85, 228.

education of, i., 22.
of Jewish, ii., 56, 61, 67, 71.

power of, i., 20, 188.
of Christian,'iii., 26, 103, 108, 111, known to the Greeks, i., 882; ii.,
123, 169, 239.

228, 280.
Asclepiades, i., 300.

to early Christians, ii., 858, 398.
Astrology, 1., 128, 167, 221, 254, 261,

modern, i., 182 to 188.
277.

number of, i., 120.
Asylums, church, iii., 282, 284. Brothers and sisters of Jesus, ii., 834;
Athanasius, iii., 98, 221, 228.

üi., 148.
Athens founded, i., 284.

BUDDHA-i., 83 to 87.
ATONEMENT BY BLOOD-

his ascension, i., 86.
Hindoo, i., 125; ii., 7, 170.

his tooth, i., 280.
Chinese, i., 207.

Buddhists, i., 82 to 91, 215 to 259.
Grecian, i., 808.

BUDDHISM INTRODUCED
Druidical, i., 878.

into China, i., 215.
Hebrew, i., 407; ii., 141.

into Thibet, i., 221.
Christian, ii., 324, 342; iii., 176. into Japan, i., 251.
Origen's views of, ii., 800. ,

into Ceylon, i., 83.-
Augurs, i., 322.

date of, i., 83, 250.
Augustine, St., ii., 118.

extension of, i., 251.
Augustin, missionary to England, iii., resemblances to Christianity, ii., 155;
889.

iii., 434.

Ball, the Sacred, i., 94, 99, 100, 103,
Banian Groves, i., 104.

177, 244.
BAPTISM

BURNING MOUNTAIN
Hindoo, i., 124.

of Zoroaster, i., 271.
Persian, i., 277.

of Moses, i., 405.

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