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(p. 631) Index

(p. 631) Index

Abbot, Henry219
Abbott, M. P. and Parsons, P. S. 105–6
Abbott, S. 247
Abelly, Louis137
Aberdeen University159, 160
Abney, Lady12
abolitionist sermons/lectures37, 84, 284–5; see also anti–slavery sermons
accession day sermons233, 238, 267, 532
acculturation360, 361, 366
Acres, Joseph266
Act of Toleration (1689)97, 99, 101, see also Nonconformists
Act of Union (1707)238, 261, 263
Act of Union (1800)171, 173
Acton, Samuel323–4
Adams, John311, 315–16, 395
Adams, William400
Addison, Joseph391
Adler, Nathan Marcus626
advertisements for sermons23, 31, 82, 88, 92, 154, 278, 295, 324, 330, 415
African slaves484, 489, 492, 502–3, 506, 507, 508, 511
afterlife348–9, 449, 457
Aitken, W. H. 90
Albert, Prince67, 339, 340, 342, 344, 346, 349
Alcock, John534
alcohol502; see also temperance movement
Aldrich, Henry221, 222
Alexander, Mrs C. F. 189
Alexander W. L. 341
Alford, Henry65, 568
allegories99, 207, 500, 522
Alleine, Joseph162
Allen, George81
Allen, William110
Allies, Thomas412
Alsop, Vincent267
Altham, Roger291
American Civil War (1861–65)85, 252
American colonies/United States of America:
anti-Jacobite sermons in249
Catholics in435
church attendance in515
circular letters in290
deism in395–6
Evangelical Revival in516
impact of colonization on518
lecture tours in85
millenarianism in374, 375
popularity of sermons by Hugh Blair in163
publishers of Gaelic sermons in162
Puritan sermons in514, 516
Quakers in105, 108, 109, 110, 517
sectarian controversy in181
SPG mission sermons18, 484, 485, 489–92, 498, 501, 506–10
Spurgeon's printed sermons in20–1
American War of Independence (1775–83)139, 234, 235, 248, 254, 270, 276, 280–1, 283, 509, 510
analogies72, 82, 90, 401, 416, 444, 450, 551, 552, 555, 559
Ancient Greece555
Andrewes, Lancelot3, 620
Andrews, John Nevins386
Anglicanism:
Broad Church463–76
evangelicalism and120–32, 142, 340, 344
lampooned140
lecturers86
(p. 632) parochial model67–8, 81
reading pews and pulpits19
sermon lectures81; see also Church of England; Church of Scotland
Anglo-Catholicism195–6, 407, 409;see also High Churchmen
Anne, Queen217, 231, 233, 235, 238–9, 269, 617
Anne of Orange, Princess617
Annesley, Samuel330–1
anti-Catholicism84, 139, 143, 235, 237, 255, 407, 435, 438, 439, 482, 486–8, 500–1, 543
consecration sermons311–12
Evangelicalism and177
lectures86
in novels605
Quakers and101
rhetoric534–6, 540–1
riots139, 181, 255
sermons429–33, 520
thanksgiving sermons261, 263, 266
Anti-Corn Law League84
anti-Jacobite sermons245–57, 315–16, 358, 532, 613
anti-Methodist sermons308, 313
anti-Protestant sermons142–3
anti-revolutionary sermons281–3
anti-Semitism319, 487
anti-slavery movement and sermons4, 24, 37, 252, 284–5
anti-Trinitarianism279, 395, 398
Antichrist266, 383, 430, 483, 487
anticlericalism393, 491
Antinomian Controversy330, 331, 375
antithetical sermons170–81
apocalyptic imagery381–3
apostolic succession308–9, 311–12, 315, 408, 499, 588
Appleton, James138–9
Apthorp, East310, 317
Aquinas, Thomas136
Archer, James138–9, 141, 519
architecture18, 579, 580, 581, 582, 588
Arianism203, 312, 394, 402
Aristotle416
Arminian Magazine119
Arminian Presbyterians71, 127, 206, 363, 375
Arnold, Matthew423, 570, 595, 614
Arnold, Thomas Kerchever65
Artom, Benjamin626, 628
Ashby, Richard107
Ashe, St George498, 540
Ashton, Thomas360
assize sermons13, 128–9, 409, 413, 414, 532, 568, 587, 588
astronomy455, 467
Athanasian Creed68, 222, 394, 397, 467–8
atheism282, 441, 450
Atkins, Gaius Glenn37, 621–2
Atkinson, J. A. 342
atonement, doctrine of206–7, 211, 448, 464, 468, 471, 473
Atterbury, Francis16, 218, 310, 391–2
Atterbury plot (1722)316
Augustine, St54
Australia143–4, 515, 518–25
awakenings115, 119, 185, 189, 204, 514
Backhouse, James110, 307, 313
Backhouse, William270, 279
Bacon, Benjamin, Archdeacon of Derry538, 543
Bacon, Francis395
Baggs, Charles Michael145
Bagot, Lewis306, 360
Baines, Peter Augustine142–3
Baker, Arthur620
Baker, Augustine136
Baker, Pacificus138
Baker, Sarah107
Bakhtin, Mikhail596
Balfour, Clara87
Balguy, John293, 294, 295, 306, 313, 398–9
Balguy, Thomas399
Ball, Nathaniel263
Ball, Sir Robert89
Ballard, Edward316
Bampton lectures7, 93
Bangorian Controversy (1717–25)36, 230, 233, 240, 293, 398, 618, 627, 628
Banner, Richard222–3, 224
Baptiste de la Salle, Jean172
Baptists104, 276
funeral sermons340, 343
in Ireland172, 179
lecturers86
in Scotland165
Seventh-day386
in Wales201, 203, 205, 206–7, 209, 210
Barbados509, 511
Barberi, Dominic146–7
Barclay, Robert98, 100, 110
Baring-Gould, Sabine65
Barker, W. R. 431
Barnard, T. C. 486, 531
Barnard, William487
Barneth, John Charles129
Barnett, Samuel91, 92
Barr, Beth625
Barr, John266, 267
Barrett, Richard110
Barrington, Shute183–4, 242, 317
Barritt, Mary120
Barrow, Henry322
Barry, Alfred447
Barton, Philip309, 317
Bathhurst, Lord219
battlefield sermons238
Baxter, Richard17, 162, 326, 327–8
Baynes, Robert41
Beamish, L, K. 100, 107, 108, 111
Bean, James279
Bearcroft, Philip498
Beardsley, Christina573
Beattie, James159, 163, 403
Beausobre, Isaac de519
Bebbington, David114, 375
Beckford, William580, 581
Bedell, William539
Beecher, Henry Ward86
Begg, James A. 166, 378, 383, 385
Bell, Andrew366–7
Bell, Deborah107
Bennett, William413
Benson, Edward White342
Benson, Joseph282, 285
Benson, Martin117, 280, 500, 501–3
Bentham, Jeremy366
Bercovitch, S. 516
Berens, Edward65, 68, 73–4
Beresford, William488, 542–3
Berington, Joseph141
Berkeley, George49, 117, 281, 283, 309, 312, 396, 541, 614
Berridge, John126
Best, William251
Beveridge, William21–2, 187, 492, 540
Bible399
Anglicans/Dissenters use of391
apocalyptic imagery in376, 378, 381–3, 384
Chinese translations of558
Christian universalism predicted by490, 501
eschatological prophecies in375
female figures in617
Gaelic translations of161–2, 538–9
lectures86, 87, 90
on music in worship224
poetry of573, 574, 576
Quakers and98, 109
rationalism and392–4, 395, 400
biblical criticism485, 594
Colenso464, 465–7, 469–70, 476, 517
Jowett471
literary599–600
biblical exegesis3, 81, 322, 583
biblical exposition72, 341–2, 394
biblical texts in sermons48–9, 51–2, 55–9, 309
anniversary sermons283
anti-Catholic sermons429–30, 439
anti-Jacobite sermons253–4
charity-school sermons359, 362, 368–9
colonial sermons519, 523
consecration sermons305, 307, 310, 314
court sermons229
funeral sermons276, 325–6, 328, 341, 342, 345, 346, 347, 348
Gothic Revival sermons583–4
mission sermons499–507, 550–1, 552–3, 554, 555, 556–7, 558
national thanksgiving sermons263–4, 279
naval sermons451
parliamentary sermons242
(p. 634) Quaker sermons108, 111, 112
satire of152–3
Tractarian sermons416–17
village sermons69, 70, 72–5, 76, 77
Welsh sermons191, 202, 207
Bicheno, James379–80, 383–4, 385, 386
Bickersteth, Edward Henry348–9, 374, 375, 377, 378–9, 381, 386
Bickersteth, Robert80
Bingham, Thomas325
Binney, Thomas80, 83, 86, 92
Birch, Thomas57, 58
Birks, Thomas Rawson65, 375
Birmingham:
St Chad's Cathedral144, 148, 149
Sunday afternoon lectures89
Unitarian chapel141
Bisse, Phillip217, 218, 291, 491–2
Bisse, Thomas217, 218, 219, 221, 222–3, 224, 291
Blackall, Offspring238–9, 291, 292
Blackburne, Francis, Archdeacon of Cleveland277
Blair, Dr Hugh13–14, 20, 155, 156, 157, 158, 160, 161, 162–4, 165, 391, 519
Blake, James Vila447
Blake, William365
Blakeway, Robert255
Blomfield, Charles James591
Blow, John221
Blunt, J. J. 69, 70, 72
Blyth, Francis137
Bolton, Theophilus536
Bonar, John154
Book of Common Prayer55, 75, 141, 183, 200, 283, 322, 394, 395, 417, 531, 538
booklets48, 49
booksellers/book trade20, 23, 26, 249, 250, 627, see also publishers
Booth, Catherine624
Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne158
Boston, Thomas164
Boswell, James13, 20, 163
Boultbee, Thomas457
Boulter, Hugh293, 307, 542
Bourdaloue, Louis143
Bowen, Desmond170
Bowens, Thomas185
Bowman, William293
Bownas, Samuel99, 104, 105
Boxer uprising (1899–1900)559–60
Boyce, Edward Jacob553, 555–6, 613
Boyle, Robert325, 539
Boyle Lectures7, 93, 393, 394, 447, 448
Bradburn, Samuel282, 285
Bradford, Samuel491
Bradley, Lucy107
Brady, Nicholas323
Braithwaite, Hannah110
Brand, Thomas330–1
Brank, William348
Breitenback, Esther548
Brewster, Patrick345
Bridge, Stephen39
Bridgewater Treatises447, 448, 453; see also natural theology
Briggs, John313, 317
Bright, George35
Brightman, Thomas375
Brilioth, Yngve411, 418, 423
British and Foreign Bible Society130, 276, 366, 508
British Association for the Advancement of Science456
British constitution268, 271, 279, 281, 294
British Critic406
‘British Israel’ meme234, 246, 253–4, 264
British Library338–9, 349, 358, 447, 622, 626
‘Britishness’271, 613
Britten, Emma Hardinge87
Broad Church463–76, 566, 572, 573, 575;see also Latitudinarians; Church of England
Bromesgrove, Samuel269
Brontë, Charlotte, Jane Eyre596,600, 606
Brontë, Emily, Wuthering Heights580, 597, 599, 605, 606
(p. 635) Brooke, John Hedley446
Brooke, Stopford91, 573
Brooker, Daniel224
Brooks, Edith Harvey625
Broomall, Benjamin549
Brothers, Richard285, 503
Broughton, William Grant518, 519, 521
Brown, Hugh Stowell13, 86
Brown, James Baldwin4, 83
Brown, John ‘Estimate’249, 250
Brown, Roger194
Brown, Stewart J. 171
Browne, Peter542
Browning, Robert567
Bruce, Archibald, The Kirkiad156
Buchanan, Charles291
Buchanan, Dugald161
Buckland, William453
Bulkeley, Richard185–6
Bulkeley, William185–6
Bull, George187
Buller, William307
Bunting, Jabez36
Burder, George65, 71, 519
Burgess, Daniel10
Burgess, T. 434, 436
Burgon, John William617
Burke, Edmund140, 243, 286, 585–6, 587
Burleigh, Rebecca628
burlesque sermons139–40
Burnaby, Andrew270, 281
Burnet, Gilbert11, 13, 37, 153, 240, 267, 290, 292–3, 294, 297, 315, 323, 325, 326–8, 332, 500–1
Burns, Jabez65
Burrows, Henry William617
Burt, Edmund13
Burt, Edward153
Butcher, Edmund363
Butler, Charles139
Butler, George64
Butler, Joseph37, 41, 117, 121, 122, 298, 299, 358, 359–61, 363, 366, 397, 583, 620
Butler, Samuel, The Way of All Flesh597–600, 601, 602, 606
Buttree, John188
Bylaugh, Norfolk18
Bynns, Richard190
Byrd, William221
Byron, Lord565, 574
Cadell, Thomas163
Caird, John166
Calamy, Edmund41, 327
Calder, John363
Calvinism13, 119, 123, 125, 126, 127, 165, 375
Calvinistic Methodists190, 192, 201, 202–3, 206, 207–8, 209, 210;see also Presbyterianism; Wales
Cambridge University13, 218, 251, 280, 291, 306, 341, 375, 447, 457
Campbell, George159, 161
Campbell, Thomas277
Candlish, Robert Scott166
Cannon, Archdeacon of Norfolk291
Cantor, Geoffrey614
Cape Colony515, 517
Cappe, Newcome281
caricatures24–5, 588
Carlyle, Alexander157, 161, 163
Carlyle, Thomas581, 587, 595
Carne, John186, 189
Carr, Robert Lascelles281–2
Cartwright, Thomas322
Cassell, John92
catechetical sermons/lectures12, 15, 35, 55, 81
catechisms12, 55, 139, 162, 187, 361, 538–9, 540, 541
cathedral sermons68, 620
Catholic Association170, 176, 177–9
Catholic Emancipation (1829)136, 141, 178, 344, 409, 431, 435
Catholic Relief Acts (1778 and 1791)138, 141, 538
Catholics/Catholicism68, 136–49, 255, 588, 591
apocalyptic imagery and382
apostolic succession308–9, 311–12, 315, 408, 499, 588
church music224
controversy within434, 435–6
conversion to Protestantism489, 533–41
devotional practice409
(p. 636) and Gothic Revival581
Irish sectarian controversy172–81
New World500–1
novels defending and celebrating605
Penal Laws536–8, 540, 541, 544
poetry and566, 568
Restoration of the Hierarchy428, 429–32
sermons137, 284, 343, 345, 350, 412, 432–42, 522
Caudle, James232–3, 613
celebratory sermons see anniversary sermons
censorship233, 249
Chadwick, Owen407
Chalkley, Thomas104
Chalmers, Robert282
Chalmers, Thomas92, 131, 166, 338, 340, 341
Chamberlain, Jeffrey S. 7, 614
Chambers, William277
Chandler, Edward296
Chandler, Samuel312, 360, 361
Chapel Royal218, 220, 251, 553
Chapman, John293–4, 311, 312
Charity School system481–8, 489, 492, 532, 533, 542–3, 545
charity sermons15, 24, 25, 41, 146, 186,276, 357–70
sacred histories in481–93
for women617
Charles, Thomas208
Charles I, King243
commemoration of death of20, 231, 233, 234, 241, 242, 275, 277, 283, 532
ecclesiastical policies315
Charles II, King13
Restoration Day sermons (29 May)233, 239, 275, 532
Charlotte, Princess339, 346
Chauncy, Isaac331
Chesterfield, Lord17
Child, William221
children:
funeral sermons for324, 346, 347
monitor system366, 369
sermons for361–2, 363–4, 458, 459
‘sinful’597–8, 600
China, missionaries in549, 557–60
cholera epidemics453–4
Christianity430, 433, 437, 470
civilizing mission of492, 502, 507, 508
criticism of467–8, 471–2
degeneration from original purity of485, 487, 489, 505
doctrine of feeling573–5
fragmentation of441
global spread of550
miracles12, 146, 175, 399–400, 450, 468, 506
rationalism and392–7
slavery and508–10, 511
Chrysostom, St John54
Chubb, Thomas395
Church, R. W. 41, 64–5, 76, 414, 423, 571, 572, 617–18, 620
Church Missionary Society127, 128, 129, 130, 132, 276, 508, 552, 553
Church of England7, 117, 367–8, 616
Act of Union and171–2
catalogue of printed sermons8
clergymen as educators83
consecration sermons defining310–14
convocation controversy306, 310
convocations218, 240, 395
Dissenters won back to12–13
evangelical preachers120–6
imperialism and481–93
internal debates430
licensing of preachers5
Methodist secession (1811)204, 205
relationship with other churches438–9
relationship with the state314–16, 319, 367, 382, 395, 415
retention of episcopacy by308
schism292
Thirty-Nine Articles of55, 291, 296, 297, 313, 393, 394, 420, 429, 437, 499
use of the Bible391
in Wales10, 188–97, 199–200, 204
written sermons preferred by14, 16, 48; see also Anglicanism
Church of Ireland:
mission to convert Catholics531–44
and religious literature530–1
sectarian controversy170–81
(p. 637) Whig government's reform of406, 414
Church of Laodicea378, 384, 386
Church of Scotland:
clerical training157
Disruption (1843)164–5, 166
Episcopalians252
fragmented154, 155, 158, 166
influence of universities on159–60
Tillotson's sermons156, 158
Church Pastoral Aid Society89–90
Churchdown, Gloucestershire11
churches:
acoustics18–19
attendance515, 524–5, 582
building19, 436, 437, 627
Catholic143, 144–5
fashionable194
lighting23
Churchman, John517
civil liberty255, 266–7, 268, 282
Civil Wars18, 34, 189, 218, 239, 316
Clagett, Nicholas307, 309, 314
Clarence, Duke of339, 340, 347, 349, 370
Clark, Frederick Le Gros459
Clark, Jonathan614
Clarke, Adam17, 22
Clarke, Joshua315
Clarke, Samuel117, 238, 394, 397, 398
Claude, Jean160–1
Claydon, Tony232
Clayton, Thomas137
Cleaver, William283
Clement XI, Pope137
Clements, Henry6
clergymen:
accessories and accoutrements for23, 297
anti-Jacobite sermons and250–1
buying sermons611
and church music222–4
clerical obedience296–9
as educators83
Episcopalian exiles281
farewell sermons by40–1
funeral sermons commemorating325–6, 328–9, 340, 343
handwriting of48
impoverished216, 217–19, 308
intensive work writing sermon54
Jacobite uprisings and247–8
manuscript sermons destroyed by47
pastoral responsibilities of188–9
on the pervasiveness of sin57–8
plagiarism23
poetry and568–9
politics and230–1
printed sermons by21
prosecuted for too few sermons11
publishers and41–2
regionality295–6, 298
rising status of317–18
royal chaplains229
sanitary reform and454–5
sectarian controversy in Ireland176–80
sermon guides for21–2, 48–9, 66–7, 69, 71, 75
sermon studies and615–18
and sermon trade22–3, 71
Tractarian409, 420, 424
travelling196
village sermons64–6
Welsh199–200
clerical training144, 157, 164, 180, 588
Clifford, Lord145
Clifton, Sir Thomas136
Clive, Robert553
Close, Francis41–2, 368
Clubbe, John13
Cobbe, Frances Power463, 470, 475
Cobbe, Richard Chaloner535
Cobden, Edward, Archdeacon of London35
Cockburn, Henry161
Codrington, General Christopher509
coffee houses23, 26, 249, 278
Colenso, Frances475–6
Colenso, John William65, 463, 517
compared with Benjamin Jowett470–4
origins and content of sermons464–70
and Unitarians474–6
Coleridge, John Taylor568
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor376, 381, 401, 567, 576, 580, 586, 588, 589, 590, 591, 625
Colley, Linda254
(p. 638) Colley, Thomas107
Collins, Anthony394, 395, 396, 400
Colman, Benjamin516
Colonial and Continental Society377
colonial sermons7, 8, 34, 39, 513–14, 514–15, 515–18, 518–25, 526, 613
colonization505–7, 508, 518, 525
Comber, Thomas238
commemorative sermons233, 234, 240
French Revolution415
Gunpowder Plot (5 November 1605)242, 275, 532, 533, 541, 544
Irish Rebellion (23 October 1641)532, 533, 534, 535, 537, 538, 544
martyrdom of Charles I (30 January 1649)20, 231, 233, 234, 241, 242, 275, 277, 283, 532
Restoration Day (29 May 1660)233, 239, 275, 532
sacred histories in481–93
SPCK520
SPG498–511, 520
commonplace books54, 108
communion420, 468, 623
conduct lectures and literature36, 86, 88
Confucianism558
Congregationalists4, 329, 343
funeral sermons340
in Ireland172, 179
lecturers86, 89, 90, 91, 93
national salvation265
repentance386
in Scotland165
in Wales201, 211
congregations/audiences:
of Anglican evangelists125
comprehensibility of sermons187–8, 194, 200, 390, 391, 414, 518
conflicts between ministers and328–9
for consecration sermons306–7
discriminating11–13
disempowerment of597
disorder amongst13, 119
and dramatic sermons17
emotionally overwhelmed139, 140–1, 573
for evangelical sermons116, 118–19
for farewell sermons40–1
fashionable194, 532
for funeral sermons328
genteel parts of390
illiterate17
Jewish626
lampooned11, 24–5
for lecture series81–2, 83–4, 86–7, 90, 92
length of sermons10–11, 23, 69
and printed sermons249, 278–9
requesting copies of sermons39–40
size of186, 191, 195, 196
for village sermons69–71
for visitation sermons290
connexionalism116, 120, 129, 205, 208, 386, 387, 617; see also Methodism
Connolly, J. 440
Connolly, S. J. 531
consecration sermons193–4, 305–8, 318–19
bishop's role and status308–10
Catholic churches437
Church-State alliance314–16
clerical profession317–18
course of sermons414
defining Church of England310–14
convicts524, 619–20
Conybeare, John55, 117
Conybeare, W. J. 409
Cooke, John8, 21, 277, 279
Coole, Benjamin100
Cooper, Thomas84, 85, 91
Copleston, Edward193–4
copyright20, 21
Corelli, Marie611
Corker, James Maurus136
Cornwallis, James280, 506–7
coronation sermons11, 233
Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy216, 217–18, 220, 221
corruption100, 128, 277, 279, 281, 311, 334, 349, 397, 430, 484, 485, 487, 502
(p. 639) Cotterill, Henry553
Cotton, George Edward Lynch517, 553–4, 556–7
court preachers136, 137, 139
court sermons35–6, 229, 234, 235–6, 237–41, 250, 252, 398, 458
Courtail, John58
Courtenay, William306, 309
Courtney, Francis92
Cowper, William128, 580
Cox, Jeffrey510, 548
Cox, Michael488
Crabbe, George12
Craddock, W. 294
Craig, John392
Craner, Thomas264
Cranmer, Thomas311, 430
Crawford, Dugald162
Creasey, Maurice A. 103
Creech, William163
Crew, Nathaniel305
Crisp, Stephen100, 101, 103, 104, 107
Critical Review154, 155
Croft, Herbert218
Croft, William221
Croiset, Jean137
Crooke, Bankes324
Crooke, William Pascoe521
Crosby, Sarah120
Crowther, Samuel Ajayi514, 552
Croxall, Samuel218, 306
Cruickshank, A. P. J. 433, 436
Cruikshank, George19, 25
Culloden, battle of (1746)158, 245, 248
Cumberland, Duke of254, 256
Cumming, J. 431
Curr, Joseph143
Cutler, Ann120
Cuvier, Georges453, 455
Daily Gazetteer219
Dalgairns, John Dobree147
Dallas, Alexander64
Dalton, Daniel55
Dalton, Thomas57, 58–9
Darby, John Nelson375, 386
Darracott, Risdon326
Darwin, Charles31, 445–6, 448, 450, 453, 455, 456, 457, 459, 614
Daubeny, Charles368
Davidson, John Morrison625–6
Davies, David194
Davies, Richard452–3
Davies, Thomas189–91
Davies, Uriah616
Dawes, Francis11
Dawes, William17
Dawson, George83, 85
Day, George329
De Johnsone, Fowler453
Deconinck-Brossard, Françoise234, 251, 583
Defoe, Daniel323, 334
deism89, 109, 143, 293, 366, 394–8, 399, 400, 402, 403, 502, 506, 507, 508, 554
Delany, Bernard350
Denne, John507–8
Dent, Arthur375
Denton, Jonathan326
Devonshire, William Cavendish, first Duke of332–3
diaries55, 58, 91–2, 185–6, 326
Dickens, Charles572–3, 603
Bleak House367, 596, 597, 600
Dicks, James161
Dillwyn107
directionality116, 118, 123–4, 125, 126, 129, 132, 624
disease10, 454, 502, 525
disestablishment movement84, 145
Disney, John313
Disraeli, Benjamin340, 342, 581
Dissenters3, 48, 59, 98, 114, 237, 239, 240, 298, 393
anti-Jacobite sermons252
anti-slavery sermons284–5
attacks on episcopacy312
charity schools357, 359, 360–1, 362–4, 368, 369, 370
church music223–4
fast day sermons281
funeral sermons324, 326, 328, 329–31, 340
lectures80, 81, 82, 85
(p. 640) missionary societies276
national salvation and264–6
number of sermon events7
printed sermons by8, 21–2, 278
Rational316
spiritual biographies327–8
‘testing’ of candidates5
use of the Bible391
visitation sermons290, 292
in Wales201
won back to Established Church12–13
Divine judgement285–6, 347, 454, 455
Divine providence246, 262–3, 279–80, 347, 449, 450, 452
Dix, John Ross569
Dixon, Richard Watson569
Dobell, Joseph620
Dodsley, Robert160, 249, 250
Dodsworth, William374, 377, 379, 381, 382, 385, 386
Dodwell, William306, 310
Donne, John3, 20
Dopping, Anthony539
Douglas, John242–3
Dowden, J. 41
Downes, Henry542
Downes, Robert534
Downey, James392
Doyle, Dr James174–6, 181
Drew, Joseph625
Drummond, Henry367, 375, 381, 383, 386
Drummond, May107
Dublin Evening Post173–4, 177–8
Dublin Society for Charity Schools541–2
Dublin University447
Dudley, Elizabeth110
Dunton, Hugh375
Dunton, John327, 334
Dupont, John264
Dutch Reform Church517
Dutch Republic231, 235, 237
Eagleton, Terry602
East India Company515
Easter sermons49, 76, 77, 238, 620
Ecclesiastical Titles Act (1851)431, 436, 437
Edinburgh, lecture series93
Edinburgh Magazine and Review154, 160
Edinburgh Review409, 567
Edinburgh University157, 158
education628
Charter School system532, 535, 538, 539–40, 542–3, 544, 545
in Ireland172, 173, 180
lecture series and83–5, 91
National Society357–8, 365–8, 369–70
Quaker programme of110, 173
sermons for families128
in Wales187
Education Act (1870)360
Edward VII, King349
Edwards, Jonathan361–2, 516
Edwards, Thomas Charles210–11
Edwin, Lady Charlotte189, 190
Egerton, John47, 59, 306, 501
election day sermons514, 516
Elias, John206, 207–8
Elias, Norbert550
Eliot, George604
Adam Bede596, 603–4, 605, 606, 628
Felix Holt588
Middlemarch63
‘Silly Novels by Lady Novelists’603, 605
Ellegård, Henrik Alvar445
Ellesby, James324
Ellison, Robert H. 68, 77, 549, 571, 594, 618
Emerson, Ralph Waldo83
emotionalism50, 51, 87, 90, 123, 326, 551, 599
Catholicism and140–1, 142, 144, 147–8
Evangelicalism and16, 119–20, 408, 411
George Whitefield and402
poetic569, 571, 573, 574–5
sympathetic585
Ullathorne and523
endowment sermons186
Enfield, William22, 447, 452
English, William Watson447
Enlightenment56–7, 232, 234, 235, 236, 239, 242, 246, 358, 392–5, 485, 580
episcopacy240, 307–10, 312, 314–16, 416,see also bishops
(p. 641) Episcopalians153, 165, 281, 350
Erastianism294, 308, 399, 403, 499
Erskine, Ebenezer164
Erskine, John160, 161, 163, 516
Erskine, Ralph164
eternal damnation55, 76, 433, 464, 468, 469, 471, 473
Etherington, N. 515
Eucharist295, 296, 414, 420, 439
eulogies51, 145, 440
eulogistic sermons41, 193, 284, 350
Evangelical Revival139, 142, 191, 192, 202, 204–5, 378, 406, 497, 516
evangelicalism3, 4, 6, 114–16, 375–6
Anglican120–32, 340, 344
anti-slave trade285
Calvinism and203–4, 206
criticisms of411
emotionalism16, 119–20, 408, 411
extempore preaching16
extreme preachers11
first bishop499
funeral sermons340, 343, 348
in Gaelic538–41, 544
interpretation of Scriptures411
in Ireland172, 177
lampooned25, 206, 402
millennial sermons377–81
and the Oxford Movement407, 408, 410–11, 413, 417, 418
poetry and567
preachers59, 120–6, 128, 132
preaching of the Word410
Quakers and109, 112
religious lectures80
repentance and386
in Scotland153, 154, 158, 164–5, 166
Simeon's Horae Homiletica22
village sermons65
visitation sermons293
in Wales195, 196, 201:see also Whitefield, George; Wesley; John
Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism in Britain Network project115
Evans, Christmas205, 206–7
Evans, Eifion191
Evans, James Harington343, 345
Evans, Lllewelyn Ioan208
Evans, Thomas57, 110
evolution445, 453, 456, 459
Ewer, John183, 186
excommunication464–5
Exeter Hall lectures (London)5, 19, 85–6, 87, 92
existence of God392, 448, 452, 457, 458
extempore preaching13–14, 16, 116, 119, 142, 148, 424, 621
Continental412
English Evangelicals516–17
Scottish Evangelicals153, 155, 164
Welsh Evangelicals195
Faber, F. W. 433, 434, 436, 437, 569
Faber, William Frederick144, 148, 149
Fabricius, Philip515
Faithful, Emily87
family sermons128, 620
famine146, 555, 560
farewell sermons40–1
Farnham, Lord178–9
Farningham, Marianne (Mary Anne Hearne)87
Farquhar, John154
fast-day sermons49–50, 51, 139, 140, 241, 245, 246, 276, 280–2, 454, 520, 523, 525
Fawcett, Benjamin326
Fell, Margaret98
Fénélon, François158, 160
Fenn, Roy190
Fielding, Henry362
Joseph Andrews20
Tom Jones12
Finkelstein, Lydia von87–8
Finland236
Fisher, John122
Fitch, Charles376
Flaxman, John128
Fleetwood, William187–8, 316
Fleming, James349
Fletcher, John119, 120, 141–2
Fletcher, Philip488
Fleury, André Hercule de137
Folds, James24
(p. 642) Ford, David386
Fordyce, David160
Fordyce, James16, 17, 160, 616
Forster, Nicholas266
Fortnightly Review611
Fothergill, Samuel14, 107, 108, 112
Fox, Charles James140
Fox, George97, 99, 509
Fox, W. J. 83, 84
Foy, Nathanael542
Frampton, Robert294
France268–9, 270, 280, 282, 500; see also French Revolution
sermons137, 138, 139, 141, 144, 158, 160
Francis, Enoch201, 202–3
Franklin, Benjamin18, 117, 395
Fraser, Thomas McKenzie523
Fraser, William40
Free Church of Scotland165–6
free-thinking137, 138, 393, 395, 396, 582
Freeman's Journal77
Freemasons186–7
French Revolution138, 140, 171, 174, 234, 235, 241, 242–3, 277, 281–4, 285–6, 308, 312, 316, 383, 415, 587
French Revolutionary War (1792–1802)270, 280, 282
Frewen, John55
Frewen, Thomas58
Friedman, T. 115
Froude, J. A. 411, 423, 614
Froude, Richard Hurrell406, 587
Fry, Elizabeth110
Fuller, M. J. 439
fund-raising sermons:
benefit sermons163
charities532, 583
charity schools363, 481
controversial sermons181
and Indian Mutiny554
lecture series93
printed sermons24, 41, 141, 146, 186, 216, 219–20, 627
funeral sermons13, 15, 17, 41, 51, 125, 145, 148, 276, 284
afterlife348–9
anonymous323–4
biographical and spiritual narratives326–8, 331
clergy and wives325–6, 328–9, 340, 617
deathbed scenes in326–7, 345–7
decorous language of330–1
end of Victorian era349–50
exemplary lives340–1, 343–5, 617
form and structure341–2
hypocrisy and flattery in333–4
for murder victims324
for national figures340, 344–5, 346
praise and deference in325, 332
Protestant322–35, 532
quantifying325
Victorian338–50
for women340, 343–4, 617, 628
Furniss, Harry89
Gaelic language161–2
Gahan, William140
Gainsborough, Baptist Noel, fourth Earl of332
Gallagher, James138, 519
Galton, Francis612, 614
Gandolphy, Peter141, 142
Garbett, Edward448
Garbett, Thomas361
Gardiner, Colonel254, 256
Garibaldi, Giuseppe85
Garrett, Charles92
Garrick, David17
Gavazzi, Alessandro84
Geddes, Alexander139–40
Gentili, Luigi146, 147
Gentleman's Magazine278
geology453, 457, 459, 467, 614
George, William490, 498
George I, King217, 218, 240, 256, 264, 314
George II, King35, 254, 256, 481
George III, King138, 241, 242, 279, 281, 399
and bishops314, 317
funeral sermons339, 340
idealization of284
illness and recovery of50, 276, 279
Gerard, Alexander159, 163
Gerbet, Philippe-Olympe144
(p. 643) Gibbon, Edward312, 492, 587
Gibbons, Orlando221
Gibbs, James579
Gibson, Edmund14, 250, 291, 307, 309, 310, 316
Gibson, William122, 378, 612, 618, 619
Giffard, Bonaventure137
Gilbert, John307, 312
Gilfillan, George86
Gill, Linda612, 614
Gillespie, Raymond531
Gillis, James145
Gilpin, Richard322
Gilpin, William48, 55
Girdlstone, Charles23
Gisborne, Thomas401
Gladstone, William93, 340, 345, 346, 360
Glasgow19, 85
Glasgow University156–7
Glorious Revolution (1688–9)3, 9, 34, 136, 231, 233, 237, 242, 245, 269, 315, 393, 510, 532
Gloucester, diocese of215, 217, 218, 219
Gloucester Journal219
Godman, Henry326
Good Friday sermons73, 138, 281
Goodacre, R. H. 619–20
Goodwin, Harvey69–70, 71, 72
Gordon, Captain James Edward177
Gordon, General340, 345
Gordon, Sir Adam50
Gordon Riots (1780)139, 255
Gother, John137
Gothic Revival579–91, 615, 619
Gouge, Thomas329, 330, 331
Gough, John B. 86
Goulburn, Edward Meyrick407
Grace, John290
Graham, John341
Grant, Anthony558
Grant, Brewin84, 90
Gravel Lane Dissenting charity school357, 359, 360–1, 362–4, 368, 369, 370
Graves, Richard17, 402
Gray, Robertx 4645
Great Awakening (1730s)185, 514
Great Exhibition (1851)67, 455, 614
Great Ulster Rebellion (1641)173
Green, J. R. 464
Green, John306, 307, 313
Gregg, John179
Gregory, Jeremy390
Gregory XVI, Pope146
Grellet, Stephen110, 111
Gresley, Frances Mary343
Gresley, William70, 71, 75–6, 410, 411, 413, 416, 421
Grey, Earl452
Griffith, John196, 559
Griffith, Morgan201
Griffith, Thomas619
Griffiths, John195
Grisdale, Dr B. 314, 316
Grotius, Hugo54
Grou, Jean140
Grubb, Sarah110
Gunpowder Plot (1605)233, 242, 275
Gurdon, Brampton312
Gurney, Joseph John109, 110, 111, 112
Gustafson, S. 516
Gustav III, King235
Guthrie, Thomas80, 166
Guthrie, William139, 162
Guttridge, Joseph84
Haldane, Robert and James166
Hall, Charles Henry306, 309
Hall, Henry (the Younger)217
Hall, John107
Hall, Peter617
Hall, Timothy517
Hall, William136
Halley, Robert81, 82
Ham, Robert291
Hamilton, Walter Kerr345, 411
Hamilton, William520, 523, 524–5, 541
Hammond, Heyden583
Hammond, Joseph341
Hampden, Renn Dickson590
Handel, George Frideric128, 220, 221
Hanovarians230–1, 233, 236, 239–40, 247, 252, 256–7, 264, 316, 318, 499, 538, see also George I; George II; George III
(p. 644) Harbin, Charles41
Hardwick, Charles68
Hardwicke, Lord250
Hardy, Thomas, Jude the Obsure605–6
Hare, Francis309, 310, 490
Hare, Julius587
Hargraves, James316
Harley, Edward221
Harper, William616
Harris, Howell185, 189, 191–2, 204, 205
Harrison, Benjamin343
Harrison, Joseph332
Harrison, Richard10, 277
Harry, Miles201, 203
Harvest, G. 246
Hassall, Rowland521
Hastwell, Anthony391
Hatherell, James386
Haweis, Hugh R. 86, 94, 566–7
Haweis, Thomas13, 126, 132
Hawker, R. S. 569
Hawkins, Edward588–9, 590
Hawksmoor, Nicholas579
Hay, George139
Hayley, Thomas36, 498
Hayter, Thomas491
Hayton, David542
Head, F. W. 570
Headlam, Stewart89
Hendren, W. J. 428
Henslow, George459, 614
Henslowe, William Henry367
Herbert, E. J. 429
Herbert, George567
Herder, Johann Gottfried586, 587
Hereford, diocese of215, 216, 217, 218, 219
Herring, George409
Herring, Thomas250, 255, 306, 489
Hervey, James13, 123–5, 127, 132, 293
Heurtley, Charles65, 67, 71, 76, 77
Hewitt, Martin612
Hewlett, John55
Hewson, William192
Heylyn, John313
Heywood, Oliver326
Hicks, Elias110
Hicksite Separation (1827)108, 109, 110, 111
High Calvinism202–3, 206
High Churchmen65, 217–19, 221, 237, 239, 282, 283, 285, 292, 297, 310, 340, 391, 401, 407, 411, 536–7, 540, 542, 569, 582; see also Anglicanism; Church of England
Hill, George155
Hills, Henry21
Hinchliffe, John306
Hindmarsh, D. Bruce327, 375
Hine, William217
historical lives, sermons and lectures on42, 91
historicism581–2
history99, 586–91, 595
Hoadlians398–9
Hoadly, Benjamin21, 22, 36, 41, 218, 240, 277, 291, 293, 294, 295, 306, 316, 393, 398, 401, 499, 628
Hoadly, John306, 307, 316
Hocking, Silas80, 91–2
Hodge, John363
Hodges, Abraham107
Hogarth, William11, 24
Hohenhohe, Prince175
Holcroft, Francis328–9
Holden, Lawrence39
Holland, Henry Scott82, 93–4
Holland, William25
Home and Colonial School Society369
homilies7, 126, 140, 142, 183, 185, 256, 550, 583, 596, 599
Hood, Edwin Paxton85, 86
Hood, Paxton94
Hook, Walter81
Hooper, John380, 385
Hopkins, Ellice87
Hopkins, Gerard Manley568, 569
Hopps, John Page33, 459
Hoppus, John619
Horne, George279, 309
Horneck, Anthony315
Horrocks, Jeremiah455
Horsley, Samuel11, 277, 283, 284, 308, 390
Hort, F. J. A. 65, 69, 72–3, 75, 76
Horton, R. F. 91
hospital sermons4, 10
hospitals7, 10, 18, 67, 186, 359, 483
(p. 645) Houlbrooke, Ralph333
House of Commons/House of Lords11, 241–2, 242–3, 534, 535, 536, 538, 538;see also parliamentary sermons
Howard, Robert488, 535
Howe, John324
Howie, John165
Howland, Elizabeth628
Hughes, Hugh Price91
Hughes, John181
Hughes, Joshua193
Hughes, Rice281
Hughes, Thomas604
Humboldt, Alexander von457
Hume, David312, 400, 401, 492, 614
humour in sermons38, 49, 86, 88, 118, 207, 397
Hunter, Henry284
Huntingdon, Selina, Countess of119, 126, 189, 276, 323, 386, 617
Huntingford, George359
Hurd, Richard15, 280, 399
Hurrell, Betsy120
Hurrion, John359
Hussey, Thomas140–1
Hutcheson, Frances156–7
Hutchinson, Francis535, 538, 540
Hutton, Matthew491
Huxley, Thomas89, 628
Hylson-Smith, Kenneth115
hymns15, 65, 222, 224, 554, 567, 576, 604
hypocrisy74, 177, 333, 334, 534, 599–602
ideology and Victorian novels595–605
idolatry439, 486, 487, 491, 558, 559
Ihalainen, Parsi255
imperialism254, 269, 481–93, 549
impromtu preaching see extempore preaching
Incorporated Society for Promoting English Protestant Working Schools in Ireland, see Charter School system
Independents203, 205, 206, 208–9, 210, 330
India 366, 517
church attendance515
missionaries in549, 553–7, 560
Indian Mutiny (1857)517, 554–5, 556, 560, 613
individualism441, 595
Industrial Revolution614
industrialization146, 192, 210, 594, 595
Inglis, Ken526
Inglis, Sir Robert343
Ippel, Henry280
Ireland34, 137, 169–81, 435, 437–8, 613
Act of Union171, 173
Catholic Relief Acts138
Catholic sermons138, 140, 141, 143, 144
charity schools/charter system481–9, 492, 532, 533, 535, 538, 539–45, 542
education of the poor172–3
evangelizing in538–41
famine in181
Jacobite uprising in245
Magee's sermon170–1, 173–4
migration from143, 145, 181, 437
mission sermons613
nationalism in145, 173
parliament in537–8
preaching tours in179
Second Reformation crusade (1827)178–9
sectarian controversy in173–81
socio-economic reform in534–5
visitation sermons in293, see also Church of Ireland; Catholics/Catholicism
Irish Church Temporalities Act (1833)431
Irving, Edward131–2, 374, 375, 376, 377, 380–2, 384, 385, 559
Isham, Zacheus308, 309, 310
Islam145, 626, 627
Israel384, 503
Italy146, 436
itinerant preachers/lecturers84–5, 92–3, 119–20, 137
Dissenting276
George Whitefield as117, 516, 517
Italian146–7
Methodist340
Quaker105, 106
in Wales207–8
Jackson, John292, 394
Jackson, William Walrond39, 69, 74–5, 307, 318
(p. 646) Jacob, Joseph265, 329
Jacob, W. M. 114–15, 318
Jacobite rebellions9, 34, 166, 245–6
(1715)247, 248, 255, 293, 535, 536
(1745)247–53, 255, 256, 265, 293–4, 535
Jacobitism136, 230, 266, 268, 531, 532, 538, 544, 613
Jago, John17
James, John Angell79, 80, 343
James II, King136, 137, 188, 255, 266, 315
Jarrold, Hannah325
Jebb, John176
Jefferson, Thomas395–6
Jeffreys, John341
Jenkins, Geraint185, 188–9
Jenkins, John201–2
Jenkinson, John359
Jenner, Charles306
Jennings, David323
Jenyns, Soame400
‘jeremiad’ sermons516
Jerram, Charles81–2
Jervis, Thomas364
Jesuits311, 376, 378
Jewish sermons339, 350, 520
Jews379, 487, 490–1, 500, 506, 626, 628
John, G. 559
Johns, B. G. 23
Johnson, Joseph278
Johnson, Richard519, 520, 521, 523–4
Johnson, Samuel16, 20, 162, 275, 394, 402, 403, 580
Jones, Ann110
Jones, David189, 191, 204, 282, 323
Jones, Edmund203
Jones, Griffith184–5, 186, 189, 200
Jones, Henry183d
Jones, J. Puleston210
Jones, John207
Jones, R. Tudur206, 209, 211–12
Jones, Sybil110, 111
Jones, Thomas24, 208
Jortin, John306, 519
Jowett, Benjamin42, 464, 470–4, 575, 603
Jowett, Joseph40, 616
Joyce, James, Portrait of an Artist607
Judaism626
Juxon, William305
Keats, John580
Keble, John65, 408, 419, 421, 566
assize sermon (1833)409, 413, 414–15, 568, 587, 588
extempore preaching by412
Lenten sermons by420
and poetry566, 567–8, 570–1, 573, 590, 591
Keene, Edmund306
Keith, George Skene159, 265
Ken, Thomas13
Kennard, Robert474
Kennedy, James Houghton447
Kennett, White238, 299, 306, 307, 309, 310–11, 332–4, 501, 508
Kennicott, Benjamin583
Kenrick, Timothy282
Ker, Ian421, 422
Ker, John164
Kerrich, C. 256
Kidd, Benjamin107
Kilborn, Robert309–10
Kilde, Jeanne Halgren115
Killingbeck, John291
Kincaid, Alexander163
King, William540
Kingsley, Alton, Alton Locke614
Kingsley, Charles38, 41, 423
educational lectures83–4
Hypatia605
income from printed sermons627
natural theology453–5, 457–8
as poet-preacher570, 575–7
A Saint's Tragedy565, 566
Town and Country Sermons68
village sermons65
village welfare schemes67
Kingsley, Fanny38
Kippis, Andrew364
Kirby, Mary107
Kirwan, Walter Blake180
Knight, Frances614
Knight, George R. 374
Knight, Samuel306
Knopwood, Robert521
Knox, Vicesimus403
Kuenen, Abraham470
(p. 647) Lackington, James163
Lacroix de Ravignan, Gustave143
Lacunza, Manuel376
Laird, Macgregor552
Lake, Dean92
Lake, John Neal155
Lakoff, George and Johnson, Mark102
Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste456
Lamplugh, Thomas315
Lancaster, Joseph366
Lancaster, Peter56
Lanchester, Lydia107
Landels, William86, 92
Landon, W. 367
Lang, John Dunmore523, 525
Lankester, Edwin86
lantern displays84, 90
Laqueur, Thomas333
Larkin, Emmet180
Larsen, Timothy614
Larson, Rebecca106
Latham, John54
Latimer, Hugh87, 430
Latitudinarians58, 137, 275, 277, 284, 285, 294, 310, 393–4, 398, 399, 516, 540; see also Tillotson, John; Broad Church
Laud, William54, 305
Lavington, George222, 223
Law, John306
lay preachers/sermons6, 115, 118, 119, 191, 204, 276, 588, 625–6, 628
Layard, Charles Peter308, 313
Le Jeune, Jean137
Leach, Charles89
Leach, John184
lectures7, 79–94, 178, 447, 566, 612
catechetical55, 81
Catholic143
church extension and home mission89–91
education and83–5, 91
intellectual impact of93
on natural theology447
‘phantom sermons’620
printed88, 92
religious79–94, 125
science and religion452
on sermon composition157–9
significance of91–4
Sunday afternoon88–9, 91, 92
Sunday evening80–1, 82, 83, 89, 90, 92
YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association)85–8, 92
Lee, Dowden41
Leechman, William154, 157, 161
Leeds17, 18, 19, 41, 83, 93
Lees, James Cameron155
Lees, Sir Harcourt173
Legge, James558
Leighton, Robert153
Leland, John396–7, 400, 401
Lenoir, P. V. 284
Lenten lectures and sermons76, 81, 82, 97, 137, 276, 420, 619–20
Lenton, John115, 120
Leo XII, Pope142
Letchworth, Thomas107
Letsom, Sampson21
Letsome, J. 8
Lewis, Edward246
Lewis, George200
Lewis, Howell Elvet211
Liberation Society lectures84
libraries20, 26, 67, 107–8, 110, 249, 278, 622
Liddon, Henry Parry41, 343, 345, 409, 411, 423–4, 587
Lightfoot42
Liguori, Alphonsus143, 149
Lincoln's Inn, London13, 139
Lindsay, Thomas542
Lindsey, Theophilus277–8
Linneaus, Carl34
Lisbon earthquake (1755)20, 124
Lisle, Samuel307, 312, 490
Littell, Thomas292
Liverpool88, 111
Lloyd, Charles411, 499
Lloyd, David18
Lloyd, Humphrey188
Lloyd, John392
Lloyd, Robert187
Lobb, Stephen330
Locke, John239, 267, 393, 395, 396, 401
Lombe, Sir John18
London:
(p. 648) anti-Jacobite sermons in248–9
anti-ritualist disturbances in13, 80
auditory churches in18, 19
bishops of499
Catholic sermons in137, 139, 140, 146
charity schools in357
charity sermons in186
City of501
Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy216, 217–18, 220, 221
Dissenting community in330–1
earthquake (1750)20
embassy chapel sermons in136, 137, 140, 141, 142
Evangelical centres in130
fashionable preachers in10, 19, 22, 24
Gordon Riots in255
Great Exhibition (1851) in67, 455, 614
‘hospital Sunday’ sermons4
Hyde Park sermons17–18
lecture series in11, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 89, 90, 91, 125, 126
published guides on preachers in22
Sacheverell sermon and trial (1709)5, 6, 8, 24, 233, 239, 277
sermon publishers in21, 32, 33,249–50, 339
town sermons in68
YMCA lectures in85
London City Mission92
London Female Mission617
London Missionary Society130, 276, 521, 551, 557, 558
Longe, John14–15, 54–5, 290
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth567, 576
Lord's Prayer107, 111
Lort, Michael306
Losh, James277
Louis XIV, King139
Louis XVI, King140, 283, 284
Louise Marie, Princess138
Low Churchmen297, 393, 398, 521, 533, 535–7, 540, 541
Lowth, Robert481–2, 499, 583, 585, 589
loyal sermons140, 251–7, 265, 281–2, 282, 284
loyalty138, 141, 144
Lucas, Richard187
Lyell, Charles453, 455, 457, 467, 614
Lynegar, Charles539
Lyng, William39–40
Lyttelton, Charles306, 309, 310
Macarness, J. F. 431
McCheyne, Robert Murray519
McCree, George W. 85, 90
McCullough, Peter33
McGhee, Robert179
McGill, William154–5
MacHale, John173
Mackenzie, Peter82, 83, 93
Mackerness, E. H. 570, 574
MacLaren, Alexander42, 615, 618–19
MacLeod, Norman166
McNabb, Vincent350
McNeile, Hugh181, 455–6
Macrae, David86
Madan, Martin10, 316
Madan, Spencer306
Madras system366, 369
Magee, William170–1, 173–4, 178, 181
Maguire, Thomas178
Manchester144
Catholic preachers143
Catholic sermons145–6
lecture series in81, 82, 88, 89
Manlove, Timothy322
Manning, Henry Edward412, 432, 433, 436, 440, 441, 620
Manning, Robert137
Mansel, Henry343
Mant, Richard451, 452, 454
manuscript sermons7, 14, 15, 22–3, 48, 49, 163, 620–1
bequeathed277–8
Catholic143, 145
paucity of47–8
Puritan514
Quaker100, 109–10
references and notations53, 54
sources54–5, 71
Welsh parochial188
Mardon, Benjamin348
Marie Antoinette, Queen140
(p. 649) Markham, William281, 307, 310, 318, 498
Marriott, Charles412, 418
Marsden, Samuel521
Marsh, Herbert359, 367
Marsh, James586, 587
Marsh, Narcissus539
Marshall, Charles99, 100
Martin, Samuel347
Martineau, James37, 475
martyrdom233, 234, 241, 282, 435, 555
martyrology256, 326
Marx, Karl181
Mary II, Queen11, 13, 24, 35, 231, 237–8, 267, 323, 617
Mary of Modena, Queen136
Massillon, Jean Baptiste140, 141, 519
Masson, David93
Master and Servants Acts (1747)361
Mather, Cotton509
Mathew, Theobald146
Matthews, Edward207, 209
Maude, Francis344
Maule, Henry486
Maule, John281
Maurice, Edward538
Maurice, F. D. 65, 76, 92, 566, 575
Mawson, Matthias312
Maynooth grant (1844)181
Mayo, Charles and Elizabeth369
Mayo, Richard308
Mead, Matthew328, 330
Meany, John143
memento mori51
Mendelson, Dorothea581
Menzies, Robert139
Merewether, Frances367
metaphors522, 590
Baptists206
Catholic Restoration432, 433
Quaker102, 103, 108, 111, 112
Methodism11, 48, 120, 126, 190, 279, 282, 508
in Adam Bede604, 605
anti-slave trade and285
in Australian colony521
criticism of313
female preachers616
field preaching5
in Ireland172
lampooned25, 206
lay preachers6, 115, 119
lecture culture in82, 86
preachers59, 616
schism within114
in Scotland164
secession192
in Wales204–5
Wesley's guidance on preaching17
Middleton, Conyers400
Miley, Dr145
millenarianism285–6, 503
millennial sermons386–7
apocalyptic imagery in381–3
conversion and377–81
printed sermons376–7
social unrest and383–6
Miller, John C. 86
Miller, Perry514, 516
Miller, William374
Millerites374, 375, 376
Mills, Benjamin324
Milne, Colin24
Milner, John141, 142, 147, 265, 284
Milton, John576
Milton, William40–1
Milway, Thomas328
miracles12, 146, 175, 399–401, 450, 468, 506
missionaries/mission sermons4, 7, 34, 510–11, 513, 518, 548–61, 553–60, 613, 624
in Africa549, 552–3
in Australia521
Catholic137
Catholic/Anglican rivalry503, 508
in China549, 557–60
elaborated507–10
evangelical societies129–30
at home89–90, 146–7
in India515, 549, 553–7
in Ireland180
Italian143
New Testament interpretation504–7
Old Testament interpretation499–504
preachers498–9
training programme for129; see also SPCK; SPG
(p. 650) missionary societies127, 128, 129, 130, 132, 276, 377, 508, 521, 551, 552, 553,557, 558, 617
Mitchell, Moses183
Molesworth, Lord156
monarchy:
Catholic allegiance to535, 537
episcopacy and314
religious authority and239, 241, 242, 252, 279, 283, 532
royal propaganda230–1, 232
secularization of234–5
Monro, Edward416
Montgomery, Robert569
Monthly Review5, 20, 154, 278
Moore, James446
Moore, John507
Moore, Mary107
moral agency system178–9
moral conduct85, 101, 156, 158, 238, 279
moral reform246, 281, 501, 523–5, 534, 542–3
More, Hannah120
More, James625
Morell, Thomas224
Morgan, D. Densil196, 616
Morgan, Frank196–7
Morgan, William Leigh194
Morony, Joseph140
Morris, Joseph459
Morris, T. M. 42
Moss, Charles306, 491
Moysey, Charles Abel, archdeacon of Bath369–70
Müller, Friedrich Max89, 447
Munro, Edward13
Murphy, William84
Murray, Andrew517
Murray, James13, 164
Murray, John31
Mursell, Arthur88, 89, 96
music for worship220–5, see also hymns
music hall venues5, 19, 195
mysticism144, 148, 175, 402, 419, 579, 591
Nagle, Nano172
Napoleonic Wars383–4
Natal Sermons463–76, 517
national education357–70, 615
National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church357–8, 365–8, 369–70
nationalism145, 173, 234, 235, 384
native Americans484, 489, 490, 491–2, 506, 507, 510–11, 518
natural disasters20, 37, 50, 124, 453–4, 455, 523
natural history485, 490
natural selection459
natural theology401, 450–60
books published on447
Chinese558
Darwin and456
sermons by William Paley444–5, 446, 448–50
study of447–8
naval sermons4, 279–80, 451, 457–8
Neale, J. M. 417
Nelson, Admiral Horatio271, 280
Nelson, Robert275
Nesbit, E. 581–2
Nesbitt, John329–30, 331
New, Melvyn583
New England514, 516
Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Northumberland)147, 277
Newcome, Henry15
Newcome, Richard491
Newcome, William534
Newhouse, Thomas47
Newman, John Henry37, 41, 147, 148–9, 421–3, 430, 434, 566, 573, 587, 588, 622
Apologia Pro Vita Sua407, 408, 411, 423, 568, 605
Christ upon the Waters148, 149, 432
destabilization of social order433, 595
novels605, 614
and Oxford Movement406, 409, 410, 413, 414, 415, 416, 418
as poet-preacher569–72, 576, 577, 590, 591
on tradition589
Newman, Thomas265, 408
Newport, Kenneth567–8
newspapers:
(p. 651) advertisements23, 278, 415
Irish ‘Bible War’177–8
lectures92
sermon critique193, 194, 521–2
Newton, Benjamin306
Newton, Isaac392, 395, 396
Newton, John11, 128, 223, 224, 279, 285
Newton, Thomas307, 310
Nicene Creed183
Nicholson, William310
Niebuhr, Barthold Georg587
Nockles, Peter407–8, 423
Noel, Gerald10
Noel, Wriothesley Baptist177, 348
Nonconformists237
chapels with two pulpits19
clerical training588
funeral sermons340, 344, 350
lectures85
relationship with other churches438–9
village sermons65
in Wales205–6, 211
Norfolk, Duke of137
North British Review565
note-taking3, 12, 32, 41, 108, 116, 126, 140, 412, 627, see also shorthand notes
novels5, 6, 26, 614
Gothic579, 580, 581, 583
religious history614
and sermons594–607, 612, 628
Nowell, Thomas241–2, 277
Numa Pompilius54
Oakes, John13
O’Beirne, Thomas Lewis180
O’Bryan, Catherine348
occasional sermons7, 9, 35–8, 514
Australian colonies520
Catholic148
Church of Ireland531–2
for families128
gardening616
memorialization40–1
Scotland163–4
Occom, Samson518
O’Connell, Daniel144, 145, 176, 177, 178, 179
O’Donnell, M. 437–8
Old, H. O. 514
Oldershaw, John308, 313
O’Leary, Arthur140
Oliphant, Margaret570, 572, 577
Oliver, Kelly115
Oliver, Robert291–2
Ollivant, Alfred193
Opium Wars560
ordination17, 98, 105, 130, 142, 424
Osbaldeston, Richard499
O’Sullivan, Mortimer179
Ott, John Henry54
Ottley, Adam200
Ottoman Empire384–5, 386
outdoor sermons5, 19
Catholic Revival146
sectarian lecturers84
vocal projection17–18, 19, 117
Wales195
Owen, David206
Owenism81
Owst, Gerald33
Oxford and Mortimer, Robert Harley, Earl of217
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography65
Oxford Movement,see Tractarians
Oxford University218, 251, 291
Balliol College54, 471, 473, 474
Bodleian Library622
Christ Church306, 318, 414, 453
Keble College196, 582
Lincoln College123
Pusey's sermon414
struggle over Catholic Emancipation409
Oxnam, William368
pacifism101, 282
Paddley, Benjamina107
Padley, Kenneth188, 192
(p. 652) Page, Jesse552
Paget, Francis407, 411, 412, 416, 417–18, 418
Paine, Thomas174, 175, 282, 586, 587
Palestine384
Paley, William39, 306, 309, 317, 318, 401–2, 622
Feathers Tavern petition312–13
natural theology444–5, 446, 448–50
watch and watchmaker analogy444, 450
Palfrey, John Gorham447
Palmerston, Lord340, 454
pamphlets33, 88, 92, 143, 174–5, 178, 232–3, 249, 378, 618
panegyrics42, 136, 137, 140, 145, 159, 283, 334, 341
papacy145, 430–1, 434, 435, 436, 440–1,535, 595
‘Papal Aggression’ controversy428, 430, 434, 438–9, 442
papal infallibility180
parish preaching4, 8, 614
anti-Jacobite sermons248
Catholic sermons142
delivery style of59
in Ireland138, 140
Irish religious orders180
long eighteenth century47–60
printed sermons63–77, 163
religious lectures80–1
rotated/recycled sermons53–4
Samuel Walker and122
themes in54–9
Tractarian412, 415–21
in Wales183–5
Parker (publisher)414
Parker, Joseph92, 93
Parker, Theodore475
Parker, William223, 306, 309–10, 313
parliamentary sermons231, 233–6, 238, 239, 241–3, 252, 267, 277, 281, 282, 534, 535, 538
Parochial Mission Women Association617
parodies19, 24–5
Parsons, Joseph15, 324
Particular Baptist Missionary Society276
Patrick, Simon263
patriotic sermons139, 142, 145, 255, 280
Patristics148, 397, 410, 418
Patterson, John22
Pattison, Mark14
Paul, Charles Kegan474–5
Paul, Moses518
Payton, Catharine517
Paz, Dennis84
Peach, Edward141
Pearce, Zachary306, 498
Pears, James365
Pearse, Edward327
Pearse, Mark Guy87
Pearson, Samuel93
Peckard, Peter280, 285
Peden, Alexander153, 164
Peel, Robert340
Peisley, Mary517
Penn, William100, 101, 102, 103
Pennefather, William90
Peploe, Samuel247, 256, 307, 308
periodicals54, 92, 278
Perrin, Sarah120
Perronet, Vincent122
Perry, Charles521
Peterloo Massacre (1819)143, 375
Petre, Lord137
‘phantom sermons’620
Phelan, William172
philanthropy145, 171, 483
Philipps, John Henry193
Philipps, Sir John187
Phillips, Catherine107
Phillips de Lisle, Ambrose March345
philosophy41, 155, 156, 157, 162, 176, 441, 567, 586, 589, 594, 619
pilgrimages102, 108, 534
Pinamonti, Giovanni Pietro137
Pink Dandelion, Ben100, 104–5, 106, 109
Pitt, William (the Younger)283
Pius IX, Pope145, 428, 430, 435, 440
Pius VI, Pope140, 383, 386
Plenderleath, David160
Plowden, Charles138
Pocock, J. G. A. 392
poet-preachers:
Charles Kingsley570, 575–7
Frederick William Robertson84, 566, 569, 570, 572–6, 577
(p. 653) John Henry Newman569–72, 590
political sermons34, 84, 163–4, 230, 231, 232–4, 279
anti-Jacobite245–57, 315–16, 358, 532, 613
penetration into ‘Bourgeois Public Sphere’249
secularization of234, 235–6; see also parliamentary sermons
Pope, Alexander576
Pope, Richard178
Porter, Andrew548
Porter, Jackson367
Porter, Roy392, 394
Porteus, Beilby242, 276, 281, 499, 508, 509–10
Portugal20, 124, 500
Postlethwayte, Matthew14
Potter, Francis294
Potter, John15, 310
Poynter, William141
prayers12, 15, 107, 111, 185
preachers’ guides and manuals247
Archdeacon Sharp's298, 299
The Preacher's Assistant277
on pulpit performance17, 22, 516
Quaker98, 99–100
sermon writing21–2, 48–9, 157–61
Tractarian410, 416
for village sermons66–7, 69
preaching performances3, 9–18
adaptable416
of catechetical sermons12
Catholic preachers139, 412
clergy judged on71
critiques of277
disappointing13
dramatic and sensational17, 87, 94, 139, 412
elocution training for142
guides on17, 22
lampooned569
lectures and88, 93
length of10–11, 116, 178, 377, 414, 424, 507
marathon debates and178
memorized sermons16
Newman's423
parish preachers59
popular/fashionable preachers10–13, 19, 569
Quaker preachers99
reading sermons v. extempore preaching13–16
‘showmanship’190–1
spellbinding195, 208, 402
Tractarians148, 416
vocal projection18, 194; see also spoken sermons
premillennialism375, 381, 383, 385–6
Presbyterianism152, 265, 316, 329, 330–1, 522, 534
in Australia523, 525
in Ireland179
lectures on biblical history81
Pretyman-Tomline, George282, 283, 299
Price, Richard242, 276, 277, 285–6, 316, 393
Priestley, Joseph141, 278, 284, 285, 316, 393
Primitive Methodists276
printed sermons4, 14, 37, 616
accuracy of22, 32
adaptability of37
advantages of187
anti-Jacobite sermons245–57
battlefield sermons238
of Benjamin Jowett471–6
Catholic sermons136, 138–9, 141, 143–4, 145, 149
charity-school sermons363–70
charity sermons24, 41, 186, 484–93
Church of Ireland531–2, 540–1
Church of Scotland166
colonial sermons516, 518–26
controversial55, 178
court sermons136, 229, 231, 232–3, 237–41, 252
Dissenters’278
drama criticism and115, 623
evangelical116, 123
explosion in numbers of530–1
of Frederick William Robertson573
funeral sermons51, 276, 322–3, 338–50, 617
in Gaelic162
growing importance of33
of Hugh Blair162–4
of John Wesley119
lampooned25
literary criticism of570, 583
(p. 654) market penetration of6, 9
memorialization and40–1, 276
millennial sermons376–7, 386
mission sermons499–511
Natal Sermons463–76
parish sermons63–77
parliamentary sermons231, 242, 252
pedagogical use of35, 40
‘phantom’620
print runs of278
production of627–8
publishing industry and20–1
Puritan sermons514
purpose of38–42, 38–43
Quaker sermons100, 106–7, 109–10
quantifying7–8, 621–2
readership of71–2
relationship with spoken sermons116, 154, 155, 187, 290, 550, 619–20
requested by congregation39–40
revised and edited619–20
scholarship and611
Scottish153–4, 161
self-centred reasons for41–2
targeting of women616–17
thanksgiving sermons261–71, 276
topical sermons9
Tractarian sermons410–24
trade in faux sermons22–3
vernacular540–1
visitation sermons290–1, 292, 294–9
Welsh205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 211
Proclamation Society281
Procter, Henry219
prophecy399–400, 468, 471–2, 500, 506
prostitution194, 281
Prowitt, Edward277
public school sermons68
Public Worship Regulation Act569
publishers278, 364, 447, 615, 627–8
Australian colonies519–20
clergymen and41–2
provincial250, 339
sympathetic to Tractarians414
Verrall31–3
Puckle, John386
Pugh, Philip203
Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore144, 581
Punshon, John100, 105, 106, 109
Punshon, William Morley86–7
Purcell, Henry218, 220, 221
Puritans103, 200, 204, 514, 522
‘jeremiad’ sermons516
premillennialism374
religious lectures80
sermon note-taking3, 12
Pusey, Edward Bouverie10, 19, 406–7, 409, 410, 412, 413, 414, 416, 419, 420, 430, 587
Pyle, Edmund21
Quakers15, 112, 265, 509
catechetical style100, 103–4, 108
diversity sermons108–11
Early Quietistic period sermons97, 100–4
education for the poor110, 173
Hicksite Separation (1827)108, 109, 110, 111
homiletic writing98–100
Later Quietistic period sermons97, 104–8
ministry hierarchy105–6
North American colonies105, 517
personal testimony99, 104
schism108–9
transatlantic community of105
Quick, John328, 330
Quietism100–8, 109, 136
Radcliffe, Houstonne311, 312, 314
Radstock, Lord195
Rainy, Robert153
Ramsay, James164, 362
Rand, Samuel51–3
Randolph, John282, 306, 307, 317
rational sermons390–403
debate on miracles399–400
defenders of396–8
deism394–6
(p. 655) Enlightenment and392–4
Hoadleians and Warburtonians398–9
Paley401–2
rationalism392–4, 441, 485, 490
Rawlins, John224
Rawlinson, Richard48
recycled sermons14, 15, 36–7, 53, 137
Rees, Henry209
Rees, Jacob202
Rees, Lewis203
Rees, Thomas209–10
Reformation240, 433–4, 482, 488, 505
regicide231, 277, 283, 284, 532
relics136, 430, 534
religious censuses88, 437, 549
religious controversy9, 35, 36, 55, 423, 441
Antinomianism330, 331, 375
Bangorian Controversy36, 230, 233, 240, 293, 398, 618, 627, 628
Down-Grade controversy36, 38
Essays and Reviews465, 471, 614
funeral sermons345
in Ireland170–1, 173–4
Sacheverell sermon5, 6, 8, 24, 233, 239, 277
Tractarians and413, 414, 415
and ‘Victorian crisis of faith’465
visitation sermons and292, 293
religious conversion74, 147, 148, 208, 385, 397, 411, 414, 591
Catholic to Protestant489, 533–44
Chinese559
education and532, 535, 538, 539–40, 542–3, 544, 545
in fiction600–1, 607
millennial sermons377–81
Protestant to Catholic430, 437, 439; see also missionaries/mission sermons
religious festivals7, 49–50, 75, 76, 81, 138, 275
religious freedom255, 282
religious orders180, 503
religious tolerance141, 142, 436, 438, 441, 555
Religious Tract Society620
Religious Worship Act (1855)88
Renaud, Daniel53–4, 55, 56, 58, 59
Renaud, David50, 53–4, 57, 58
repentance37, 49, 50, 53, 56, 189, 246, 324, 368, 382, 386, 523, 524
republicanism140, 239, 241, 282, 396
Restoration13, 188, 249, 314–15
Restoration Day sermon (29 May 1660)233, 239, 275, 532
rhetoric77, 94, 116–19, 123, 127, 129, 131, 153, 157–8, 170, 174, 196, 252–6, 378, 385, 396, 412, 516, 534, 569, 571, 628
rhetorical questions16, 124, 148, 283, 507, 553, 596, 597, 599
Anglican evangelicalism121–2, 124
Newman148
Quakers100, 103–4, 108, 111, 112
Rice, Edmund172
Richards, Robert J. 445
Richards, William185
Richardson, Charles90
Richardson, John534, 539–40, 541, 544
Ridley, Gloster359
riots84, 139, 255, 375
Ritualism13, 80, 430, 579
Rivers, Isabel128, 326
Rivingtons (London publisher)21, 32, 278, 414
Roberts, Arthur620
Robertson, Frederick William84, 566, 569, 570, 572–6, 577
Robertson, Pat115
Robertson, William157, 161
Robinson, Robert161
Robinson, Thomas12–13
Rochester, Lord327
Rogers, Samuel161
Rollin, Charles160
Romaine, William125–6
Roman empire68, 482, 487, 488, 492, 555
Romanticism375–6, 378, 381, 383, 385, 386, 403, 565, 566, 580, 581, 586, 591
Rome142, 145, 148, 434, 452
Rosmini, Antonio146, 424
Rossetti, Christina342
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques502
Rowell, Geoffrey407
Rowland, Daniel10, 184, 185, 189, 191, 203–4, 204
Royden, Maude624–5
Rupp, Gordon375
Russell, Francis565–6
(p. 656) Russell, Jack23
Russell, John310, 311
Rutherford, Samuel164
Rutherford, Thomas291
Ryder, Henry499
Rye, George310
Sabbatarianism89, 468, 517, 523, 524
sacerdotalism124, 129, 130, 201, 395, 398
Sacheverell, Henry5, 6, 8, 24, 233, 239, 277
sacramentalism418–20, 499
Said, Edward550
St Anne's, Blackfriars126, 127
St Augustine410, 430
St Bonaventure54
St James, Piccadilly10, 18
St Justin136
St Margaret's Church, Westminster251, 283
St Martins in the Fields, London18
St Matthew's, Bethnal Green127, 128
St Patrick's Day sermon437
St Pauls (periodical)23
St Paul's Cathedral, London4, 251, 276, 600, 620
charity services218
Liddon's sermons423, 424
SPCK sermons365
Sunday afternoon sermons93–4
Waterland's sermons397
St Paul's Churchyard, London278
St Sulpice, Paris412
St Vincent de Paul Society146
Salisbury Cathedral306, 424
Salmon, George41
salvation385, 418, 490, 514
Salvation Army616, 624
Sampson, Henry324
Sancroft, William307, 315
Sands, David111
satire11, 24–5, 152–3, 156, 164, 367, 569
Saturday Review573
Saunders, Erasmus185, 187, 199, 200
Savage, John292
Savery, William107
Schlegel, Friedrich581
Schwartz, C. F. 515
science138, 242, 392–3, 403, 445, 452, 454–60, 467, 594, 595, 614
scientific sermons and lectures83, 445–60
Scotland10–11, 34, 152–66, 254
Catholic Church in165, 440
Catholic Relief Acts138
Catholic sermons in139–40, 146
contemporary thinking in154, 158
critical reception of sermons154–5
crop failures in455
disappointing Calvinist preaching in13
eighteenth-century sermons in153–65
Evangelical sermons in164–5
Gaelic translations161–2
Gothic public architecture582
Highlands166
influence of sermons in161
Jacobite rebellions245–6
lecture series in81, 85
millennialism legacy386
nineteenth-century sermons165–6
printed sermons of Hugh Blair162–4
removing vernacular from sermons154–5, 161, 163, 165
theological clubs in162
treatises on sermons160–1
university courses in sermon-writing156–60
Scots Magazine154
Scott, Job107
Scott, Samuel107
Scott, Thomas65, 128, 129–30
Scott, Walter581
Scottish Reformation Society84
Scougal, Henry153–4
scriptural epigraphs220
Secker, Thomas10, 12, 37, 117, 291, 362, 391, 489, 508
Second Advent348–9, 374, 375, 376, 377, 379, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384–7
Second Reformation crusade (1827)178–9
secularization26, 230, 232–6, 241–2, 246, 286, 611, 613–15
Seed, Jeremiah54
Segneri, Paolo137
Seneca137
sentiment133, 158, 160, 583–5, 587, 590, 591
sermon events7, 8–9, 34, 40, 612, 621
sermon studies611–12, 618–19
clergy and615–18
defining the sermon5–6, 619–21
female preachers624–5
Jews and Muslim sermons626–7
lay sermons625–6
liturgy and116, 623–4
production of sermons627–8
quantifying7–8, 621–2
secularization and613–15
Seven Years’ War (1757)50, 241, 248
Seventh-day Adventist Church386
Shaftesbury, Lord156
Shairp, J. C. 570–1
Shakespeare, William574, 581, 623
Sharp, John14, 51, 238, 295, 315
Sharp, Thomas15–16, 21, 295–9
Sharpe, Granville509
Shelley, Mary:
Frankenstein580
The Last Man376
Shelley, Percy Bysshe565, 574
Prometheus Unbound376
Sherlock, Thomas20, 22, 250, 306, 309, 400, 402–3, 487, 499
Sherlock, William12, 14
Sherwell, Thomas328
Shiel, Richard Lalor170, 177
Shillitoe, Thomas111
Shipley, Jonathan306, 359, 492
Short, Vowler197
shorthand notes12, 15, 107, 108, 116, 140, 142, 627
Shovell, Sir Cloudesley332
Shower, John327, 335
Sieyes, Abbé174, 175, 176
Silva, A. J. 516
Simeon, Charles22, 126, 128, 130–1
Sinclair, William MacDonald345
skeleton sermons131, 140
Skelton, Philip396
Skinner, John10, 11, 12
Skinner, Robert294
Skynner, Sir John332
Slater, Samuel329
slave trade279, 280, 284–5, 492, 502, 508–10, 511, 552, 560
Smalbroke, Richard200, 295
Smallwell, Edward500, 503–4, 507
Smart, Christopher123
Smellie, William162
Smith, Adam157
Smith, Arthur H. 557, 560
Smith, Dr (of Campbeltown)162
Smith, Gervase86
Smith, Haddon128
Smith, Rebecca98
Smith, Sydney65
Smith, Thomas263
Smyth, Edward534
Smythies, Charles196
Soane, Sir John579
social movements4, 34–5
social order59, 189, 196, 316, 383–6, 594–5
Society for Promoting Useful Knowledge365
Society for the Promotion of Christianity among the Jews378
Society for the Reformation of Manners122
Society for the Suppression of Vice281
Socinianism55, 137, 282, 308, 312, 315, 391, 402
Somerville, Thomas157, 162
South, Robert391
South Sea Bubble (1720)395
Southcott, Joanna285, 503
Southey, Robert11, 16
Spa Fields Riots (1816)375
Spain500–1
Spaulding, John Gordon8, 368, 612
SPCK (Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge)19–20, 120, 129, 154, 275, 362, 363, 501
in Australia519, 520
SPCK (Society for Promoting Christian charity schools357, 359–60, 364–5,