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Antipopery agitation, 312, 325.
Antislavery. See Slavery.
"Apostasy, the southern," 277, 346.
"Applied Christianity," 385.
Apprenticeship obsolete, 364.
Arminianism, 104, 222.
Armstrong, General S. C, 356.
Asbury, Bishop Francis, 200.
Awakening, the Great, 53, 81, 126.

141, 157, 181.
Awakening, the Second,, 233, 242.
Bachman, John, 278.
Bacon, B. W., 380.
Bacon, David, 246.
Bacon, Francis, 40.
Bacon, Leonard, 84, 94, I02, 1 13,

134, 227, 260, 272, 278, 287, 408.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 63.
Baird, Charles W. and Henry M., 388.



422



INDEX.



Baltimore, first Lord, 54; second
Lord, 56.

Bancroft, George, 19, 21, 22, 24, 27,
29, 41, 116, 117, 383.

Baptist Young People's Union, 369.

Baptists : in Virginia, 53 ; in Carolina,
64; in Rhode Island, 106; in Mas-
sachusetts, 130; in Pennsylvania,
146; in the South, 149; services to
religious liberty, 221 ; antislavery, j
222 ; become Calvinists, iit, ; found |
Brown University, 248; undertake
foreign missions, 253; divide on
slavery, 303 ; pioneer work, 332 ;
plan of Christian union, 411.

Barclay, Robert, 112, 117.

Barnes, Albert, 294.

Baxter, George A., 237.

Baxter, Richard, 66, 121.

Beecher, Edward, 294, 383.

Beecher, Henry Ward, 341, 351, 384.

Beecher, Lyman, 230, 243, 251, 263,
286, 294, 383.

Belcher, Governor, 168.

Bellamy, Joseph, 156, 181.

Bellomont, Lord, 79.

Bellows, Henry W., 383.

Benezet, Anthony, 203.

Bennett, Philip, 48.

Bennett, Richard, 50.

Berkeley, Governor Sir William, 49,
50. 51. 63.

Bethlehem, Pa., 189.

Biblical science, 378.

Birney, James G., 273, 274, 275, 283.

Bishops, Anglican, consecrated, 213,

304.
Bishops, Catholic, consecrated, 215.
Bishops, colonial, not wanted, 206.
Bishops, Methodist, consecrated, 219.
Bishops, Moravian, 124, 193.
Bissell, Edwin C, 380.
Blair, Commissary, 52,
Blair, Samuel, 160, 167.
Blake, Joseph, 63.
Boehm, Martin, 228.
Bogardus, Everard, 70.
Boyle, Robert, 66.
Bradford, Governor William, 94, 97.
Brainerd, David, 180, 183, 247.
Bray, Thomas, 61, 62, 66.
Breckinridge, Robert J., 281, 378.



Brewster, Edw^ard, 43, 44.

Brewster, William, 44, Zj,.

Briggs, Charles A., 380.

Brooks, Phillips, 384.

Bro^^n, P"rancis, 379.

Brown, Tutor, 131.

Browne, J. and S., at Salem, 97.

Browne, W. H., 55, 59.

Bryce, James, 404, 405.

Buck, Richard, 42, 44.

Buckley, James M., 201, 202, 218,
219, 240, 241.

Buckminster, 251, 383.

Bushnell, Horace, 105, 176, 375, 383,
409.

Cahenslyism, 392.

Calvert, Cecilius, 56.

Calvert, George, 54, 55,

Calvert, Leonard and George, 56, 59.

Calvinism: in New England, 103,
225 ; among Baptists, 223 ; in the
Presbyterian Church, 294.

Campanius, John, 76, 150.

Campbell, Douglas, 74.

Campbellites, 242.

Camp-meetings, 233.

Canada, 18-29.

Cane Ridge revival, 235.

Carolinas colonized, 62.

Carroll, Bishop John, 214.

Carroll, Dr. H. K., 335, 369.

Cartier, Jacques, 17.

Cartwright, Peter, 232.

Catholic Church, Roman : Revived
and reformed in sixteenth century,
4. Spanish missions a failure, 10-
15. French missions, their wide
extension and final collapse, 17-29.
Persecuted in England, 36. In
Maryland, 56. Way prepared for,
185. Organized for United States,

215. Conflict with " trusteeism,"

216, 310; with fanaticism, 312.
Gain and loss by immigration, 318-
322. Modified in America, 323-
396. Methods of propagation, 330.
Its literature, 394. Its relation to
the Church Catholic, 324, 416, 418.

Cavaliers in Virginia, 51.
Champlain, 17, 20, 28.
Channing, William EUery, 251, 301,
383-



INDEX.



Charity Organization, 409.

Charles II. of England, 51, 62, 78.

Charter : of Massachusetts, 90; trans-
ferred to America, 98.

Charter of the Virginia Company : re-
voked, 48.

Chauncy, Charles, 170.

Chautauqua, 233, 363.

Cherokee nation, 265.

Chickasaws and Choctaws, 23.

Chinese immigration, 336.

Church polity in New England, 88,
95, 99, 102.

Clark, Francis E., 368.

Clarke, James Freeman, ^?>t,.

Clergy: of Virginia, 52; of Mary-
land, 61.

Cleveland, Aaron, 204.

College settlement, 370.

Colleges, 48, 52, 102, 160, 172, 173,
176, 231, 247, 271.

Colonization in Africa, 257.

Congregationalists : in New England,
99 ; in New Jersey, 109 ; moving
west, 137; cooperate with Presby-
terians, 220 ; college-builders, t,t^^ ;
work at the South, 355.

Conservatism of American churches,

311-
Copland, Patrick, 47, 48, 50.
Cornbury, Lord, 80, 121, 135, 141.
Corwin, E. T., 69, 71, 78, 80, 121,

139-
Covenanters in New Jersey, no.
Cumberland Presbyterians, 241.
Cutler, Timothy, 131, 156, 169.
Dabney, Robert L., 378.
Dale, Sir Thomas, 43, 45.
Davenport, James, 170.
Davenport, John, 49, I02.
Davies, Samuel, 173.
Deerfield, 21.
De la Warr, Lord, 41, 43.
Dewey, Orville, 383.
Dickinson, Jonathan, 160, 294.
Disciples, 242, 414.
Divisions of Christendom, 31.
Dominicans, 9, 10, 32.
Dorchester, Daniel, 322, 335, 3';7,

358, 359. 361- "

Douglas, Stephen A., 341,
Dow, Lorenzo, 240. j



Drunkenness prevalent, 286.

Dubbs, Joseph H., 121.

Dudley, Governor, 98.

Dueling, 263.

Duffield, George, 294.

Dunster, President, 130.

Durand, William, 49.

Durbin, David P., 240.

Dutch church, 68, 78, 109, 134.

Dutch in Carolina, 64.

"Dutch, Pennsylvania," 118.

Dwight, Timothy, 230, 242, 375, 36

Eaton, Theophilus, 102.

Eddy, Richard, 225, 228.

Edmundson, William, 64.

Edwards, Jonathan, 156, 169, i)
179, 247, 294.

Edwards, Jonathan, the younger, 2J
225, 273.

Elder, M. T., 322,331.

Eleuthera colony, 50.

Eliot, John, 66, 102, 150, 152.

Embury, Philip, 199.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 298, 383.

Emmons, Nathanael, 251, 305, 375

Endicott, John, 90, 93, 94.

England, religious parties in, 2Z, 4

Episcopal Church : in Virginia, 38-5
in ^laryland, 60; in Carolina, 6
67, 148 ; in New York, 78-80, 13
in Pennsylvania, 119; in Georg
124; in New England, 128, 12
131-134; hostile to revivals, l^
306; extreme depression, 210; cc
secration of bishops, 212; resus
tation, 304 ; violent controver.'
306 ; rapid growth, 308 ; specialt
of, in evangelization, 334; recc
struction after Civil War, 352 ; Pr
4nglican Synod, 412.

Epworth League, 369.

Establishment of religion : in V
ginia, 45, 51-53; in Maryland, 6
in the Carolinas, 64, 65, 148 ;
New York, 78-80; in New Er
land, 91, 97, 100, 102, 128, li
Disestablishment, 174, 221.

Evangelical Association, 229.

Evangelization at the South, 356.

Evangelization at the West, 327.

Evarts, Jeremiah, 267, 271, 286.

Exscinding Acts, 167, 297, 353.



424



INDEX.



Fanaticism of Spanish church, 4, 8.
Fanaticism, antipopery, 60, 61, 312.
Finney, Charles G., 375.
Fisher, George Park, 182, 382.
Fisher, Sidney George, 118, 120, 143-

145-

Fitch, John, 150.

Fletcher, Governor, 79, 80.

Florida, 9, 10, 22.

Foster, R. V., 236, 238.

Fox, George, 34, 65, 114, 117, 149.

Franciscans, 10, 11, 12,32.

Franklin, Benjamin, 118.

Fraser, John, 335.

Frelinghuysen, Domine, 81, 134, 141,
142, 163.

Frelinghuysen, Senator, 267.

French missions: projected, 17; ex-
tinguished, 185, 220.

Fuller, Dr. and Deacon, 94.

Gates, Sir Thomas, 42.

Georgia, 122, 205, 264, 285.

German exiles, 53, 139.

German immigration, 117, 120, 187,
318.

Gladden, Washington, 385.

Gosnold, Bartholomew, 38.

Gough, John B., 289.

Great fortunes and great gifts, 359.

Greatorex's collection, 393.

Green, Ashbel, 204.

Green, S. S., 122.

Green, W. H., 380.

Gregory, Caspar Ren6, 379.

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 251, 383.

Griswold, Alexander V., 304.

Gurley, R. R., 273.

Plale, Edward Everett, 367, 386.

Half-way Covenant, 104.

Hall, Isaac H., 379.

Hamilton, J. Taylor, 190, 198.

Hampton Institute, 356.

Hand, Daniel, 360.

Hard times in 1857, 342.

Harrison, Thomas, 49, 50, 60.

Hart, Levi, 204.

Hastings, Thomas, 387, 392.

Haupt, Bible-work, 380.

Haverhill, Mass., 21.

Hawkins, John, 289.

Helps, Arthur, 7, 8.

Higginson, Francis, 90.



High-church party: in Episcopal
Church, 306, 308, 323, 407; in
Presbyterian Church, 295, 407.

Hill, Matthew, 121.

Hilprecht, Dr., 379.

Historical theology, 381.

Hitchcock, Roswell D., 382.

Hobart, John Henry, 304, 407.

Hodge, Charles, 378, 381.

Holland : colony from, in New York,
68 ; not the source of New England
institutions, 74; Pilgrims in, 86;
mission from, to Germans, 194.

Hooker, Thomas, 102, 138.

Hopkins, Samuel, 151, 181, 183, 184,
204, 205.

Hopkins, Stephen, 44.

Hopkinsianism, 294.

Hudson, Henry, 68.

Hughes, John, 310, 351.

Huguenots, 37, 53, 62, 64, 65, 81,
139-

Humphrey, Heman, 286.

Hunt, Robert, 38, 41.

Huntington, Frederic D., 384.

Hurst, John F., 382.

Hutchinson, Ann, loi, 106.

Hymn-writers, 387.

Indians : evangelization of, 46, 47,

57, 71. 74- 76. 150. 151. 179. 246;
Indian churches, 131.

Induction refused to unworthy par-
sons, 51.

Immigration, 315, 317, 357.

Infidelity, 219, 230.

Institutional Church, 369.

Intemperance, 75, 205, 285.

International sectarian councils, 412.

Ireland, 318.

Iroquois, 20, 23, 25.

Jackson, Helen Hunt, 264.

Jacobs, Henry E., 71, 121, 188, 190,
196, 198.

James I. of England, 36, 38, 44, 47,
48, 90.

James II. of England, no, 112.

Jamestown, 30-45.

Jarratt, Devereux, 173.

Jefferson, Thomas, 221, 230, 305.

Jerks, the, 239, 240.

Jesuits, 4, 10, 26, 28, 29, 32, 56, 57,

58, 71, 150, 214.



INDEX.



425



jogues, Father, 7 1, 150.

Johnson, President Samuel, 132.

Johnson, Thomas Cary, 297, 314,
note, 354.

Journalism, ZZZ> 344-

Judson, Adoniram, 253.

Kansas-Nebraska Bill, 284, 341.

Kansas Crusade, 341.

Keith, George, 119, 133, 149.

Keith, Governor, 120.

Kieft, Governor, 70, 71.

King, Thomas Starr, 383.

King's Chapel, Boston, 224.

Kirby, William, 294.

Kirk, Edward Norris, 383.

Knapp, Jacob, 288.

Lanphier, Jeremiah, 342.

La Salle, 18.

Las Casas, 9, 152.

Laud, William, 48.

Lea, Henry Charles, 382.

Leon, Ponce de, 9.

Leyden, 45, 83, 86.

Liberty, religious : in Eleuthera, 50 ;
in Maryland, 56, 59 ; in Carolina,
63 ; in New York, 72 ; in New Jer-
sey, III; in Pennsylvania, 116; in
Georgia, 123; defended by Make-
mie, 136; favored by sectarian di-
vision, 174; promoted by Baptists,
221.

Literature of American church, 374-

395-
Littledale, R. F., 26, 27, 28.
Liturgies, 386, 394.
Locke, John, 62, 64.
Lodge, H. C, 62, 70, 117, 153.
Log College, 142, 160, 162, 172.
Logan County, Kentucky, 232, 234.
Louisiana, 23, 27, 220.
Lutherans, 72, 120, 146, 188, 190,

232.
Luther League, 369.
Madison, James, Bishop, 232.
Madison, James, President, 402.
Maine, 20, 21, 23, 410.
Makemie, Francis, 121, 136,
Maria Monk, 312.
Marshall, John, 232.
Maryland, 49, 54-62.
Mason, John M., 263.
Mason, Lowell, 392.



Massacres, 2, 10, 11, 12, 48, 71, 76,
151, 194.

Mather, Cotton, 107, 153.

Mayhews, the, 150.

McConnell, S. D., 151, 170, 179,
211, 224.

McGee brothers, 233.

McGready, James, 233.

Mcllvaine, C. P., 351.

McMasters, John Bach, 240.

Megapolensis, Domine, 71, 77, 150.

Menendez, 10.

Mennonites, 72, 117, 153.

Mercersburg theology, 377, 388.

Methodism: tardy arrival in Amer-
ica, 198; spreads southward, 201;
rapid growth, 202 ; against slavery
and intemperance, 205 ; receives
bishops, 219; divided by the sla-
very agitation, 301 ; in pioneer
work, 332 ; at the South, 353 ; Ecu-
menical Conference, 413; consoli-
dation of Methodist sects, 414.

Michaelius, Jonas, 69.

Miilerism, 336.

Mills, Samuel J., 248, 256.

Minuit, Peter, 69, 70, 76.

Missionary societies, 62, 252, 253,
255. 257, 258, 367.

Missions, American : to Indians, 179,
246, 265 ; to the West, 220, 327 ;
to the South, 355.

Missions, foreign, 252, 255, 257, 358.

Missions to America : Icelandic, 2 ;
Spanish, 6-16; French, 17-29; of
the S. P. G., 62, 66, 67, 80, 126,
131. 133, 135. 140, 177; of the
church of Holland, 1^5.

Missionary Ridge, 268.

Mississippi, the, 18, 21, 256.

Missouri Compromise, 270, 271, 384.

Mobs : antipopery, 321 ; pro-slavery,
283.

Montesinos, 9.

Montreal, 17, 20.

Moody, D wight L., 344, 388.

Moor, Thoroughgood, 135.

Moore, George Foot, 380.

Moravians : in Georgia, 124 ; in Penn-
sylvania, 189, 193 ; missions to In-
dians, 194; their liturgies, 394.

Mormonism, 335.



426



INDEX.



Morris, Colonel, 79.

Morris, Samuel, 173.

Morse, Jedidiah, 251.

Morton, Thomas, 88.

Miihienberg, Henry M., 191-198.

Mulford, Elisha, 378.

Munger, Theodore T., 384.

Murray, John, 225.

Music, church, 391, 394.

^lM|^|ond church, 48, 49, 59.

Nat^^^m of the Puritans, 100, loi,

—^•^2, 137, 176.

Native American party, 313, 321.

Neill, E. D., 44, 51, 59.

Neshaminy, 142.

Nevin, John W., 377.

Newark, no, 160.

New Brunswick, 162.

New England Company, 66.

New England theology, 181, 374.

New Englanders moving west, 80,

137-
New Haven theology, 294, 298.
New Jersey, 109-I12.
New Jerusalem Church, 229.
New Londonderry, 160.
Newman, A. H., 131, 255, 275.
New Mexico, 6, 11.
New-School Presbyterians, 294, 346,

355-
New-Side Presbyterians, 166.
New York, 68-81 ; diversity of sects,

134-
Nicholson, Governor, 52.
Nicolls, Governor, 78.
Nitschmann, David, 124, 193.
Northampton, 104, 155-159.
Norton, Andrews, 299.
Nott, Eliphalet, 263.
Nursing orders and schools, 368.
Oberlin College, 314.
Occum, Samson, 179.
Oglethorpe, James, 123.
O'Gorman, Bishop, 2, 15, 23, 24, 28,

216, 312, 321, 396.
Old-School Presbyterians, 295, 345,

353-
Old-Side Presbyterians, 166.
Orders in Roman Church, 330.
Ordination in New England, 96, 100.
Otis, Deacon, 360.
Otterbein, Philip William, 228.



Paine, Thomas, 230.

Palatines, 37, 53, 118, 140, 187,

Palfrey, John G., 98, 99, loo, 383.

Palmer, Ray, 387.

Pam-Methodist Conference, 413.

Pam-Presbyterian Alliance, 412.

Pan-Anglican Synod, 412.

Park, Edwards A., 151, 182, 184, 204,

305. 375-

Parker, Theodore, 300.

Parkman, Francis, 18.

Parliament of Religions, 418.

Pastorius, 117.

Penn, William, 112, 115, 143.

Persecutions, 36, 51-, 107, no, 130.

Pierpont, James, 81.

Pierpont, Sarah, 156.

Pierson, Abraham, 109, 150.

Pilgrims, 45, 83, 84, 86, 88, 93.

Plan of Union, 220, 258, 293.

Pocahontas, 46.

Pond, Enoch, 378.

Population of United States : in 179O,
315 ; in 1850, ibid.

Porter, Ebenezer, 286.

Pott, Governor, 55.

Presbyterians : in Scotland and Ire-
land, 37, no; in America, no,
121; in New York, 136; schism
among, 166; rapid growth, 186;
alliance with Congregationalists,
206; earnestly antislavery, 268;
dissensions among, 292 ; the great
schism, 296; characteristics as a
sect, 332 ; new schisms and re-
unions, 346, 353, 355; liturgical
movement, 388 ; early unproduc-
tiveness in theology and literature,
394; international alliance, 412.

Princeton College, 173, 175.

Princeton Seminary, 251, 380.

Prohibitory legislation, 290.

Protestant sects and Catholic orders,

330-334-
Protestantism in Europe divided, 31-

34-

Provoost, Bishop, 212, 213, 232.

Psalmody, 182, 387, 391-393-

Pulpit, the American, 382.

Puritan jurisprudence, 113; Sabba-
tarian extravagance provokes reac-
tion, 371.



/XDEX.



427



I



Puritans : not Separatists, 43 ; in Vir-
ginia, 44-50 ; in Maryland, 59 ; an-
tagonize the Separatists, 82 ; settle
at Salem, 90; fraternize with the
Pilgrims, 94 ; church order, 96 ; the
great Puritan exodus bringing the
charter, 98 ; intend an established
church, 100; exclude factious dis-
senters, lOl ; divergences of opin-
ion, 103 ; in New Jersey, 109 ; Pu-
ritan church establishments fail,
108, 128, 174; Nationalist principle
succumbs to Separatist, 176.

Quakerism : a reaction from Puritan-
ism, 113; its enthusiasm, 114; its
discipline, 1 14 ; anticipated in con-
tinental Europe, 115; Keith's
schism, 119; Quaker jurisprudence,
143; failure in civil government,
144; and in pastoral work, 145; its
sole and faithful witness at the
South, 149; the only organized
church fellowship uniting the colo-
nies, 150; Hicksite schism, 314.

Quakers : persecuted in England, 36 ;
in Virginia, 51, 53; missions in
Carolina, 64; persecuted in New
York, 73 ; and in Massachusetts,
lOi ; dominant in New Jersey,
no; and in Pennsylvania, 116; ex-
cluded from Evangelical Alliance,
408.

Quanta Cura, bull, with Syllabus, 352,
396.

Quebec, 17, 20.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, 39, 62.

Redemptioners, 187.

Reformation in Spain, 4.

Reformed Church, German ; begins
too late the care of German immi-
grants, 140 ; long unorganized, 146 ;
persists in separation from other
German Christians, 195,

Reformed-drunkard ethics, 290.

Reformed Dutch Church : tardy birth
in New York, 69 ; and languishing
life, 74, 78; revival under Frehng-
huysen, 81, 134, 141, 163.

Relly, James, 225.

Requiriinicnto of the Spanish, 9.

Restoration of the Stuarts, 51.

Revival of 1857, 342.



Revival of Roman Catholic Church,

214.
Rhode Island, 92, 106, 107.
Rice, David, 237.
Rice, Luther, 253.
Ripley, George, 299,
Rising, Governor, 77.
Robinson, Edward, 378.
Robinson, John, 83, 85, 86, 92.
Robinson, "One-eyed," 173.
Rolfe, John, 46.
Roman Catholic. See Cath^
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 87.
Rush, Benjamin, 226, 286.
Ryan, Archbishop, 324.
Sabbath observance, 371.
St. Andrew's Brotherhood, 369. .
St. Augustine, 10.
St. Lawrence, the, 17.
Salem, 90, 96.
Saloons, tippling, 285, 288.
Saltonstall, Gurdon, 132, 133.
Salvation Army, 370.
Salzburgers, 37, 124, 125.
Sandys, Archbishop, and his sons,

44. 47-

Satolli, Monsignor, 396.

Saybrook Platform, 132, 137.

SchafI, Philip, 377, 382.

Schenectady, 21.

Schism : in Presbyterian Church, 167,
241, 297, 346, 353; among Con-
gregationalists, 249 ; among Unita-
rians, 298 ; in Methodist Church,
302, 303 ; among Baptists, 303 ;
among Quakers, 314; healed, 355 ;
compensations of, 107, 304, 354,
404.

Schlatter, Michael, 195.

Schools : for Virginia, 47, 48, 52 ;
in New York, 70, 75 ; in New Eng-
land, 103; in New Jersey, no; in
Pennsylvania, 196.

Scotch -Irish: in Virginia, 47; in Car-
olina, 64; in Maryland, 121; in
Pennsylvania, 122; in New York,
136; in the Alleghanies, 146; in
the Awakening, 160; principles and
prejudices of, 186.

Screven, William, 64.

.Scrooby, 44, 83.

Scaluiry, Samuel, 212,



428



INDEX.



Stcts : European imported, 31-34; in
New York, 72, 134, 140; in Rhode
Island, 106; in New Jersey, 109;
the German, 117, 120; multiply
against established churches, 174;
enfeebling eft'ect of, 1S8; recon-
struct themselves, 208; competi-
tion of, 328; characteristics of,
332; multitude of, 400; mischiefs
of, 403.

Seminaries, theological, 249.

Separatists, t^t^, 44 ; at Scrooby, Ley-
den, and Plymouth, 81-95 '■> '"
Rhode Island, 107 ; their principle
prevails, 176.

Sewall, Samuel, 152.

Seybert commission, 338.

Shaftesbury, Lord, 62.

Shedd, W. J. G., 382.

Sisterhoods, 368. .

Slater educational fund, 357, 360.

Slavery: of Indians, 8, 9, 152; of ne-
groes, in Florida, 10; in Virginia,
48; in all colonies, 147; condemned
in Massachusetts, 1 5 2 ; and in Penn-
sylvania, 153; increased cruelty of,
153. Kindness to slaves, 154, 179,
246,271. Constant and unanimous
protest of the church against sla-
very, 203-205, 222, 268-277. Be-
ginning of a pro-slavery party in
the church, 277 ; propagated by ter-
ror, 279-282. Pro-slavery reaction
at the North, 282. Unanimous
protests against extension of sla-
very, 284. Slavery question in
Presbyterian Church, 296 ; in Meth-
odist Church, 301 ; in Baptist Con-
vention, 303. Failure of compro-
mises, 340. The Kansas Crusade,
341. Apostasy of the southern
church complete, 346. Diversity
of feeling among northern Chris-
tians, 347. Slavery extinguished,
285, 351.

Smalley, John, 225.

Smith, Eli, 273, 378; Henry Boyn-
ton, 381; Henry Preserved, 380;
John, 38-42, 47'; Ralph, 90.

Smylie, James, 277.

Smyth, Newman, 384. !

Social sci;;nce iu seminaries, 369, 3S0. \



Societies, charitable, 252-259, 295,
407.

Society P. C. K., 67.

Society P. G. in Foreign Parts, 62,
67 ; missions in Carolina, 67 ; in
New York, 80, 120, note, 135, 140;
in Pennsylvania, 119; in New Eng-
land, 131-133.

Society P. G. in New England, 66.

Sophocles, E. A., 379.

Southampton insurrection, 279.

Spain : Reformation in, 3 ; conquests
and missions of, 7.

Spirituahsm, 337-339.

Spotswood, Governor, 52.

Spring, Gardiner, 353.

Standish, Myles, 88.

Stiles, Ezra, 204, 222.

Stoddard, Solomon, 104, 155.

Stone, Barton W., 234.

Storrs, Richard S., 384.

Stowe, Mrs. H. B., 250.

Strawbridge, Robert, 200.

Strong, Augustus H., 378.

Stuart, Moses, 378.

Sturtevant, J. M., 294.

Stuyvesant, Peter, 71, 73, 77.

Sumner, Charles, 283.

Sunday observance, 371.

Sunday-schools, 258, 362.

Swedenborgians, 229.

Swedes, 75-77.

Syllabus of errors condemned by the
pope, 352, 396.

Synod: " Reforming," 105 ; Presby-
terian, 136; disrupted, 167; exci-
sion of, 297 ; of Virginia, 346.

Talcott, Governor, 168.

Talmage, Thomas De Witt, 385.

Taylor, Nathaniel W., 294, 375.

Temperance : efforts for, 75, 205, 206 ;
the Reformation, 285-291 ; early
legislation, 75, 288; " Washing-
tonian movement," 288; Prohibi-
tionism, 290.

Tennent, Gilbert, 142, 162, 165, 167,
169.

Tennent, William, 141, 160.

Tennent, William, Jr., 180.

Thayer, Eli, 341, 342.

Thayer, Joseph H., 379.

Theological instruction, 81, 217, 249.



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Tii^-ilojical seminaries, 249, 251, 252.
'Iheology, New England, 181, 243,

294. 355-
Theology, systems of, 375, 378.
Ihomas, Allen C. and Richard H.,

114, 139, 143-
Thomas, John R., 393.
Thompson, Joseph P., 404.
Thompson, Robert Ellis, 122, 147,

176, 346, 394.
Thomson, William M., 379.
Thornwell, James 11. , 314, r.oL-, 37S.
Tiffany, Charles C, 65, 71, 120, 131,

134, 173, 207, 210,'2I3, 224, 232.

Torkillus, Pastor, 76.

Tracy, Joseph, 162, 169, 172, 179.

Trumbull, Henry Clay, 362, 379.

" Trusteeism," 215, 310.

Tuttle, Daniel S., 335.

Tyler, B. B., 236, 238, 242.

Union, Christian : tendencies and at-
tempts, 107, 191, 194, 206, 220,
349. 405. 406.

Unitarianism, 224, 249, 383.

United Brethren, 228.

Unity, real, in the church, 175, 324,
325, 334i 419 ; manifestation of
it yet future, 36, 417, 419.

Universalism, 225-228.

Van Twiller, Governor, 70.

Vermont, 21.

Vincent, John H., 363.

Virginia. 38-53, 55, 173.

Virginia Company, 40, 44, 48, 54.

Voluntary system, 244, 261, 328.

Vose, James G., 107.

Walker, Williston, 100, 104, 386.

Walloons, 69.

War : between France and England,
21, 184; the Seven Years', 22, 24;
Revolutionary, 202, 209 ; the Civil,
348, 365 ; produces schisms and
healings, 353, 355.

Ward, William Hayes, 379.

Ware, Henry, 249, 383.



Ware, Henry, Jr., 251, 299, 383.

W^arren, George William, 393.

Washingtonianism, 288.

Watts, Isaac, 158, 168, 182, 387, 391.

W^ayland, Francis, 383.

Welsh immigrants, 118.

Wesley, Charles, 124, 125.

Wesley, John, 124, 159, 198, 200,

202, 217, 285.
Westminster League, 369.
Westminster Sabbath law, 371.
Wcstv.-p.rd progress of church, 219,

527. 35^-
VVheelock, Eleazar, 179.
Whitakcr, Alexander, 43, 46, 150.
Wliite. Father, 57, 59.
White, John, 89.
W^hite, Bishop William, 210, 212,

213.
Whitefield, George, 126, 163, 168,

173. 175' 177-
W^iggles worth, Michael, 103.
William and Mary, College of, 52.
Williams, Roger, 100, 106, 150.
Williams College, 248.
Wilson, Henry, 273, 274, 281.
Winchester, Elhanan, 226.
Wingfield, Governor, 39.
Winthrop, John, 49, 98.
Wise, John, 102.
Women's C. T. Union, 367.
Women's Crusade, 366.
Women's mission boards, 367.
Woods, Leonard, 378.
Woolman, John, 150, 203.
Ximenes, Cardinal, 3.
Yale College, 230, 243.
Yeo, John, 60.
Young Men's Christian Association,

343. 364. 409-

Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor, 368, 409.

Young Women's Christian Associa-
tion, 366.

Zinzendorf, 124, 189, 190, 192.



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