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Volume 1


CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1


Preface to the First Edition Preface to the Fifth Edition Chronological Tables to Vol. I Introduction


CHAPTER 1
THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF CHRISTIANITY


A VIEW OF THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF CHRISTIANITY FROM THE BIRTH OF CHRIST
TO THE END OF THE FIRST CENTURY.

SECT. [1]. From the birth to the death of Christ

SECT. [2]. From Christ’s resurrection to the promulgation of the Gospel among the Gentiles

SECT. [3]. From the first preaching of the Gospel among the Gentiles to the return of Paul and Barnabas from their first journey

SECT. [4]. The subject continued — Paul’s second and third journies

SECT. [5]. From Paul’s arrival at Jerusalem with the contributions from Asia, to the period of his death

SECT. [6]. From the time of Paul’s decease, A.D. 66, to the end of the first century

Chapter 2
CLOSE OF FIRST CENTURY TO 315 A.D.


HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH FROM THE END OF THE FIRST CENTURY TO THE
ESTABLISHMENT OF CHRISTIANITY UNDER CONSTANTINE THE GREAT,


A.D. 98—306.

SECT. [1]. The slate of the Christian Profession under the reign of the emperor Trajan, A.D. 98—117
SECT. [2]. The Christian Church under the reigns of Adrian and the Antonines, A.D. 117—180
SECT. [3]. From the Death of Marcus Aurelius to the days of Constantine, A.D. 180—306
SECT. [4]. Reflections on the History of the Christian Church during the first three centuries, with a View of the Rise of Antichrist


CHAPTER 3
the STATE OF CHRISTIANITY FROM THE ACCESSION OF CONSTANTINE TO THE RISE OF THE WALDENSES,


A.D. 306—800.

SECT. [1]. A View of the reign of Constantine the Great, and the establishment of Christianity, A.D. 306—337
SECT. [2]. From the death of Constantine to the end of the fourth century, A.D. 337—400

SECT. [3]. From the beginning of the fifth century, to the establishment of the dominion of thePopes, A.D. 401—606

SECT. [4]. The subject continued—the Gothic invasion—the sacking of Rome—settlement of theBarbarians in Europe APPENDIX to ch.3 sect. 4

SECT. [5]. From the establishment of the dominion of the Popes to the rise of the Waldenses—Sketch of Mahometanism—Sect of the Paulicians, etc. A.D. 606—800

Chapter 4
FROM THE 9TH CENTURY TO THE 12TH


A VIEW OF THE STATE OF THE CHRISTIAN PROFESSION FROM THE BEGINNING
OF THE NINTH TO THE END OF THE TWELFTH CENTURY,


A.D. 800—1200.

SECT. [1]. Description of the Vallies of Piedmont, and of the Pyrenees, with some account of Claude of Turin

SECT. [2]. View of lhe Catholic church from the ninth to the twelfth century, A.D. 800—1200
SECT. [3]. Sketch of the state of Christianity from the death of Claude of Turin, to the days of Peter Waldo—Cathari in Germany—Waldenses in England—Arnold of Brescia—Paterines in Milan,etc. A.D. 840— 1160
SECT. [4]. History of the Crusades for the recovery of the Holy Land and of the city of Jerusa-1096-1270 of SOVEREIGN PRINCES TO ILLUSTRATE THE FIRST VOL. OF THIS WORK CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF SOVEREIGN PRINCES

Volume 2


CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2


CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE TO VOLUME 2


CHAPTER 5
THE HISTORY OF THE WALDENSES AND ALBIGENSES,
FROM THE TIMES OF PETER WALDO, A.D. 1160, TO THE DAYS OF WICKLIFFE.


A.D. 1368.

Sect. [1]. Etymology of the terms Waldenses and Albigenses, with some account of Peter Waldo of Lyons — Decree of Pope Lucius III etc

Sect. [2]. View of the doctrinal sentiments of the Waldenses, according to the testimony of their adversaries

Sect. [3]. Their sentiments and practices, collected from their own writings

Sect. [4]. Additional testimonies from the writings of both friends and foes— miscellaneous reflections on their history

Sect. [5]. A view of the rise and establishment of the Inquisition, with reflections on its spirit and operation — Edicts of Frederic II

Sect. [6]. History of the persecutions of the Albigenses in France, during the thirteenth century

Sect. [7]. The state of the Waldenses, from the period of the extirpation of the Albigenses, to the middle of the fourteenth century. A.D. 1220-1350

Sect. [8]. State of religion in England and Bohemia, in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries — Sketches of Wickliffe — the Lollards — Huss— Jerome of Prague — Bohemian Brethren, etc. etc


CHAPTER 6
HISTORY OF THE WALDENSES CONTINUED FROM THE
MIDDLE OF THE FOURTEENTH TO THE END OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.


A.D. 1350-1700.

Sect. [1]. The history of the Waldenses, from the day of Wickliffe to the rise of Luther. A.D. 1350 — 1500
Sect. [2]. History of the Waldenses from the end of the fifteenth to the middle of the sixteenth century. A.D. 1500 — 1550
Sect. [3]. View of the conduct of the court of Rome, and of the Inquisition in the sixteenth century — State of affairs in Spain and the Netherlands. A.D. 1550 — 1570
Sect. [4]. History of the Waldenses continued, from the middle of the sixteenth to the commencement of the seventeenth century. A.D. 1551— 1600
Sect. [5]. History of the Waldenses continued, from the year 1600 to 1665— their banishment from the marquisate of Saluces — cruel order of Gas Taldo — dreadful massacre in Piedmont, A.D. 1665 — defection and recovery of two of their pastors, etc
Sect. [6]. History of the Waldenses continued — generous interference of the English government — Milton’s Sonnet, and State Letters to the Swiss Cantons — the King of France — Duke of Savoy — King of Swedes — King of Denmark — United Provinces — Swiss Cantons — Prince of Transylvania — Senators of Geneva. — The Landgrave of Hesse to the Duke of Savoy — Mission of Sir S. Morland
Sect. [7]. Waldensian history continued — sanguinary proceedings against them in Poland — appeal to the English nation — narrative of the cruelties inflicted by the Catholics
Sect. [8]. History concluded — Edict of Victor Amadeus — interference of the Swiss Cantons — distracted state of Piedmont — despotic influence of Louis XIV — Piedmont invaded by the French army — massacre — imprisonment — final extirpation of the Waldenses — reflections on their history and sufferings

APPENDIX — PROOFS AND ILLUSTRATIONS.




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