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vol. 1, 154, 155 ; and the third, vol. 1, 154, 155; a longer act count of the fourth, vol. 1, 2—19, 149, 150, 156, 157; of the fifth, vol. 1, 157--160; of the sixth, vol. 2, 99—101; and of the

seventh, vol. I, 259, 262; vol. 2, 140--144. Vigilantius, attempts to stem the tide of superstition, vol. 1, 179, Virgin Mary, worshipped in the fourth century, vol. 1, 180. Virtue, hints relative to the means of making a progress in it, vol.

1, 306, 307 ; political tyranny highly unfavorable to it, vol. 2, 14. Vitringa, some account of, vol. 1, 102. vol 2, 39; quotations from,

vol. 1, 14, 20, 26, 58, 103, 104, 257, 265, 266. vol. 2, 32--34, 37, 41, 52, 71–74, 86, 88, 89, 93, 262, 350, 368; his opinions stated, vol. 1, 71, 74. 82, 99, 108, 121, 131, 137, 145, 147, 149, 202, 259, 261, 267, 268, 270. vol. 2, 22, 40, 48-51, 75, 96,

98, 100, 141, 147, 215, 228, 263, 351, 360, 365, 368. VOLNEY, his character as a traveller, vol. 2, 112; extracts from,

vol. 2, 111, 112, 1:0, :21, 126, 129-131, 132—139, 241, 312. Wakefield, Mr. extracts from, vol. 1, 167, 205, 212–215. vol. 2;

182, 188, 333. Waller, Mr. his insincerities glossed over by bishop Hurd, vol. 1,

238_-241. Waldenses, circumstances relating to, vol. 1, 87, 202. WAR, nature of it briefly described, vol. 2, 276; the only thing

attended to in the education of a gentleman in the dark ages, vol. 2, 289; the cruel spirit of it mitigated by Christianity,

vol. 2, 326, 327,330, 331. Vars, destined hereaster to cease, vol. 2, 356, 359-361; those

called religious, to what general cause to be attributed, vol. 2,

318--320. Warburton, bishop, extracts from, vol. 1, 33. vol. 2, 37, 38, 78,

82, 85, 303. See also note 8, in preface. Westphalia, treaty of, vol. 2, 152. Whiston, Mr. extracts from, vol. 1, 47, 48, 53, 56, 60, 68, 79, 151.

257, 278. vol. 2, 207. Wicked men, may be employed by Providence to punish the wick

ed, and to effect beneficial revolutions, vol. 1, 125, 126, 128,

129, 289. Worship, public, an advantage attendant upon it stated, vol. 2, 284

286. Writing, materials for, formerly scarce, vol. 2, 294, 295. Yaroslof, meritorious conduct of that prirce, vol. 2, 323. Zingis, his extensive conquests and devastations, vol. 2, 116, 255

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