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HI. The Women from Galilee hasten to return Luke xxiii. 56. Jerusalem.
home before the Sabbath began, to pre-
IV. Mary Magdalene, and the other Mary, Matt. xxvii. 61.
continue to sit opposite the Sepulchre,
till it is too late to prepare their Spices.
V. The Sabbath being ended, the Chief Mt.xx vii. 6266
watch the Sepulchre.
VI. The Sabbath being over, Mary Magda- Mark xvi. 1.
purchase their Spices to anoint the body
VII. The Morning of Easter-day. Mary Mag-Matt. xxviii. 1.
VIII. After they had left their homes, and be- Mt. xxviii. 2-4.
rises from the dead.
IX. The bodies of many come out of their Mt. xxvii. pt. of
Graves, and go to Jerusalem.
X. Mary Magdalene, the other Mary, and Mark xvi. pt. of
v.2. and v. 3,4.
XI. Mary Magdalene leaves the other Mary John xx. 2.
and Salome, to tell Peter.
XII. Salome and the other Mary, during the Mt. xxviii. 5-7.
gel, who commands them to inform the
XIII. Salome and the other Mary leave the Se-Matt. xxviii. 8.
Mark xvi. 8.
XIV. Peter and John, as soon as they hear the John xx. 3-10.
report of Mary Magdalene, hasten to
XV. Mary Magdalene having followed Peter Jo. xx. pt. v. 11.
after their departure.
XVI. Mary Magdalene looks into the Tomb, and Jo. xx. pt. v. 11,
sees two Angels.
12, 13. & pt.14.
XVII. Christ first appears to Mary Magdalene, Mark xvi. 19.
XVIII. Mary Magdalene, when going to inform Matt. xxviii. 9.
XIX. The Soldiers, who had fled from the Se-Mat. xxviii. 11-
Resurrection of Christ.
XX. The second party of Women from Galilee, Luke xxiv. 1-3.
INDEX THE FIRST.
XXI. Two angels appear to them also, assuring Luke xxiv. 4-9. Jerusalem.
ing them of his foretelling this fact.
XXII. Mary Magdalene unites her testimony to Mark xvi. 10.
that of the Galilean Women.
XXIII. The Apostles are still incredulous.
XXIV. Peter goes again to the Sepulchre.
Luke xxiv. 10.
Luke xxiv. 12.
XXVI. Christ appears to Cleophas and another Mark xvi. 12.
XXVII. Cleophas and his companion return to Je-Mark xvi. 13.
XXVIII. Christ appears to the assembled Apostles, Lu. xxiv.36-43.
body, and blesses them.
XXIX. Thomas is still incredulous.
XXXI. Christ appears to a large number of his
Mark xvi. 13.
John xx. 24-25.
17. & pt. v. 18.
XXXII. Christ appears again at the Sea of Tiberias. John xxi. 1-24.
XXXIII. Christ appears to his Apostles at Jerusa-Lu. xxiv. 44-49.
XXXIV. Christ leads out his Apostles to Bethany, Mat. xxviii. 18-
commission, blesses them, and ascends Ma. xvii. 15-20.
XXXV. St. John's conclusion to the Gospel History John xx. 30-31.
of Jesus Christ.
From the Ascension of Christ to the Termination of the Period, in which the
J. After the Ascension of Christ the Apostles Acts i. 1-3. and Jerusalem.
II. Matthias is appointed to the Apostleship in Acts i. 15, to
III. Descent of the Holy Spirit on the day of Acts ii. 1—14.
Acts ii. 14-36.
Acts ii. 37-42.
Acts ii. 42, to
Acts iii. 12. fin.
VII. A Cripple is miraculously and publicly Acts iii. 1—11.
healed by St. Peter and St. John.
VIII. St. Peter again addresses the People.
IX. St. Peter and St. John are imprisoned by Acts iv. 1-7.
X. St. Peter's address to the assembled San-Acts iv. 8-22. Jerusalem.
XI. The Prayer of the Church on the libera-Acts iv. 23-31.
XII. The union and munificence of the primitive Acts iv. 32, to
XIII. Death of Ananias and Sapphira.
XIV. State of the Church at this time.
to the end.
of ver. 21.
XVI. The Sanhedrim again assemble. St. Peter Acts v. part of
XVII. By the advice of Gamaliel the Apostles are Acts v. 34, to
XVIII. The appointment of seven Deacons.
XX. St. Stephen having boldly asserted the Acts vi. 8-14.
XXI. St. Stephen defends himself before the Acts vi. 15. and
XXII. Stephen being interrupted in his defence, Acts vii.51-53.
XXIV. General Persecution of the Christians, in Acts viii. pt. of
which Saul, afterwards St. Paul, parti- v. 1. and v. 3.
cularly distinguished himself.
XXV. Philip the Deacon having left Jerusalem on Acts viii. 5-13. Samaria.
maria, and preaches there, and works
XXVI. St. Peter and St. John come down from Acts viii. 14-17.
XXVIII. St. Peter and St. John preach in many Acts viii. 25.
villages of the Samaritans.
XXIX. The Treasurer of Queen Candace, a Pro-Acts viii. 26, to Gaza.
selyte of Righteousness, is converted to the end.
preaches through the cities of Judea.
XXX. Many of the converts who had fled from Acts viii. 4.
Jerusalem in consequence of the perse-
tion there, preach the Gospel to the
Jews in the provinces.
XXXI. Saul, on his way to Damascus, is converted Acts ix. 1-9. NearDamas- 4748
to the Religion he was opposing, on
hearing the Bath Col, and seeing the
XXXII. Saul is baptized.
Acts ix. 10-19. Damascus.
XXXIII. Saul preaches in the Synagogue of the Acts ix. 19-3.
INDEX THE FIRST.
XXXIV. St. Peter having preached through Judea, Acts ix. 32, to Palestine.
and raises Dorcas from the dead.
XXXV. The Churches are at rest from Persecution, Acts ix. 31.
in consequence of the conversion of Saul,
and the conduct of Caligula.
The Gospel having now been preached to the Jews in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria,
I. St. Peter sees a Vision, in which he is Acts x. 1-17. Cesarea and 4753 40
been miraculously instructed to send for
II. St. Peter visits Cornelius, a Roman Cen-Acts x. 17-33. Cesarea.
III. St. Peter first declares Christ to be the Sa-Acts x. 34-43.
viour of all, even of the Gentiles who
IV. Cornelius and his Friends are baptized, Acts x. 44, to
and receive the Holy Ghost.
V. St. Peter defends his conduct in visiting Acts xi. 1-18. Jerusalem.
The Converts who had been dispersed by Acts xi. 19-21. Judea
phen, having heard of the Vision of St.
Peter, preach to the devout Gentiles
VII. The Church at Jerusalem commissions Acts xi. 22-24. Jerusalem
Barnabas to make inquiries into this
VIII. Barnabas goes to Tarsus for Saul, whom Acts xii 25-26. Tarsus.
he takes with him to Antioch, where the
converts were preaching to the devout
IX. Herod Agrippa condemns James the brother Acts xii. 1-18, Jerusalem.
sents himself to the other James, who
had been made Bishop of Jerusalem.
X. The Converts at Antioch, being forewarned Acts xi. 17, to
at Jerusalem, by the hands of Barnabas
Period for preaching the Gospel to the idolatrous Gentiles, and St. Paul's first
I. The Apostles having been absent from Je-Acts xiii. 1-3. Antioch.
to the apostolic office by the heads of the
II. Saul, in company with Barnabas, com-Acts xiii. part Seleucia.
going from Antioch to Seleucia.
III. From Seleucia to Salamis, and Paphos, in Acts xiii. part Salamis,
corded convert of the idolatrous Gen-
IV. From Cyprus to Perga, in Pamphylia.
Acts xiii. 13. Perga.
V. From Perga to Antioch, in Pisidia. St. Acts xiii. 14-50. Antioch in
VI. From Antioch in Pisidia to Iconium in Ly-Acts xiii. 51-52. Iconium.
VII. From Iconium to Lystra; the people at-
tempt to offer them sacrifice, and after-
VIII. From Lystra to Derbe.
IX. St. Paul and Barnabas return to Lystra,
X. They proceed through Pisidia, Perga, and
xiv. 1-5. and
Acts xiv. 18-19. Lystra.
and pt. v. 20.
Acts xiv. lastpt.
v. 20. pt. of v.
6. and v. 7.
Acts xiv. 21-23. Lystra,
XI. They return to Antioch, and submit an Acts xiv. 26, to Antioch.
account of their proceedings to the the end.
Church in that place.
XII. Dissensions at Antioch concerning Circum-Acts xv. 1, 2.
cision, before the commencement of St.
Paul's second apostolical journey.
XIII. St. Paul and Barnabas go up to Jerusalem, Acts xv. 3-30. Jerusalem.
to consult the Apostles and Elders; de-
cree of James, and of the Church, in
XIV. St. Paul and Barnabas return to the Church Acts xv. 30-35. Antioch.
at Antioch, with the decree of the
Church at Jerusalem, on the subject of
St. Paul's second apostolical Journey. ·
I. After remaining some time at Antioch, St. Acts xv. 36.