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A. Abdiel, on the Welsh

135 Abram, Calling of

34 The One Seed promised to 35 Abraham, Themultitudinous seed promised to

35 Oath of God to

36 The three great promises to 37 Important position of his

descendants
Adam, Names from him to Noah,

describing the Gospel
Message

18 Adarnic Dispensation

17 Alaric, his conquests

79 Alexander, his first conquests 78 All Israel, a name belonging to

the Ten Tribes, as distin-
guished from the Jews

52, 53 See Israel, Ephraim, and

Ten Tribes
American Indians, not the Ten
Tribes

12 Alphabet, The Greek, derived from the Hebrew

134 Angles; Rapin's testimony with

regard to them 114, 115 Their settlement in Britain 115 Their pre-eminence.

115 Their kingdoms ravaged by the Danes

117 Like Joseph, early and sorely afflicted

119 Have been ever since wondrously dealt with 119, 121,

129, 130 Anglo-Saxons

107 Their self government 108 Their political arrangements like those of ancient Israel

108, 109

Page. Anglo-Saxons, origin of their Institutions not Romish

111, Their peculiar Institutions

traceable to Moses, and congenital

112 Their dress

123 Their courage by sea 124 Their form of battle 124 Their architecture

124 Their skill in the arts 125 Their laws

125 Their poetry and music 125, 126 Their religious views 126 Their worship

127 Their three grand convocations

128 Their priesthood

128 Their retention of Israelitish forms when they took the Christian name 129 God's continual and increasing favour for their descendants

129, 130 See also English and Saxon Apocalypse, points north-westward

70 Associations, Voluntary, among

the Anglo-Saxons 107 Assyrian captivity of Israel 54 Assyria, The king of, his thoughts

different from those of God,
in accomplishing the cap-
tivity

56 Attilla, forced the Gothic race forward into Europe

78, 79

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90, 91

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Beauty of the mothers of the
chosen race

43
Of the Anglo-Saxon race 98,99
Beni-Israel, and their manner of
burial

73, 74
Benevolence taught to Abraham 44

Remarkable in the Eng-
lish

100, 101
Blessings, The three birth-right" 37

Great and manifold, pro-
mised to Joseph's pos-
terity
Vast accumulation of, upon
the people in the north-
west

93
The Gentiles to partake of,
with Israel

62
Blindness, in part, has happened

to Israel
Bickersteth, his opinion of our
Israelitis origin

4
Reply to his objections 4-14
Bacon, Nich., on the Saxon con-
stitution

109
Betham, Sir Wm.

135

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Church in England, The gradual

and continual develope-

ment of God's favourto 129,130
Chronicles, Saxon

112
Clergy

90
Common Law

112
Commonwealths,surprising growth

of, in the west, after the

Assyrian captivity 132–136
Commercial Leagues and Corpora-

tions
Conscientiousness, remarkable in
the English

99
Constitution, The Anglo-Saxon,

its likeness to that of an-
cient Israel, traced by two
old authors

109
Miller's view of its origin
contested

111
Traceable to ancient Israel 113
Cossacks

103
Crusades

91
Clarke's Travels quoted 74, 103,

104, 105
Chronicon Holsatiæ referred to 135

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Dacia, The people afflicted in 78
Danes, are they from Dan? 135
Danube, &c.

78
Daring of the ancient Saxons

124
David, Israel's training under 48, 49
Difficulties connected with the de-

nial of Israelitish
origin

96
Dilemma, Mr. Bickersteth's 8
Dress of the Anglo-Saxons 123
Defoe, his “ True-born English-
man” quoted

100
Diodorus quoted

97

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Calmuc-Tartar race

19, 20
Cathedrals, built after the pattern
of the Temple

125
Caucasian race

21
Captivity of Israel

54
The time of

54
The completeness

54
The continuance

55
Places to which carried 55
Subsequent condition of
those places

56
Chastity of the Anglo-Saxons 107
Children, Regard to, in ancient

Israel, and among the
Anglo-Saxons

107
Change produced by the northern
nations

112, 113
China, the evidence brought to

prove that the Ten Tribes
went there, prove rather
that they came into Eu-
rope

12
Chivalry

90
Christ, The Heir of the Land 34, 35
Christianity, Introduction of

among the northern na-
tions

92, 93

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English love of Justice

99
Their independent spirit 100
Tendency to criticise their
government

100
Their prospectiveness 100
Their benevolence

100
Their intellectual ability 101
Sketch, by a French writer,
of their wondrous his-
tory

120, 121
Their superiority, how to
be accounted for

122
Their privilege and duty 143,144

See Saxon and Anglo-Saxon.
Ephraim, peculiarity and large-

ness of his blessing 39
Escaped of Israel, whither went
they?

132
Etrurian Commonwealth 134
European Race, contrasted with
other races

22
Europe, State of, consequent upon

the whirlwind of nations 87
Great change in, consequent
upon the settlement of
the northern nations 88
How Israel can have come
into

95
Expositors, Conflicting, reconciled 63

Government Representative, in

ancient Israel, and among
the Anglo-Saxons 108

H.
Head, likeness of the Jewish to
the English

99
Heptarchy, Anglo-Saxon 115
Heraldry

91
Henry, his “ History of Great Bri-
tain" quoted

105, 107
Consult him generally 126
Herodotus referred to

133
Hindoos

64
Hyrcanus conquered the Idumeans 58

I.
Identification of the English

with Israel (see Lectures
IX.-XII.)

95-130
Image, seen by Nebuchadnezzar

representing the four great
empires

65
Importance of the subject begin-

ing to be acknowledged
Increase of the northern nations 88
Independer.ce, Spirit of, among the
English

100
Intellectual Training given to
Abraham

44
Intellect of the English

101
Ionian Commonwealth

133
Isaac, I'romises to

His blessing his sons 37
Isles, concerned in the recogni-

tion of Israel
Israel discriminated from Judah 52

Different purposes these two
houses were intended to

53
Spiritual and literal

63
In a position worthy of
their name

80
The desolate woman con-
trasted with Judah, the
married wife

83
God's challenge, as to re-

vealing the case of
Captivity and escaped of,

met in the north country 136
The Lord's measuring
line

136, 137
Ingram, his opinion of the Saxon
Chronicle

112
J.
Jacob, his dream at Bethel 38

37

84, 85

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F.
Failure of the best of men, in the

very respects in which

they severally excelled 49
Families of Noah and of Abra-
ham

63
Festivals, Anglo-Saxon

128
Feudalism

89, 90
Franks', possession of the land
of Israel

33
Freemasonry

91
Fulness of the Gentiles, or nations 10
To come of Ephraim 39

G.
Gætae, described by Herodotus 77
Gentiles, the fulness of, to come
of Ephraim

39
Goths (Gætae), their extremity, ,
God's opportunity

79
Gothic Nations, Europe divided
among them

80
Government, Mixed form of, like

Israel, among the northern
nations

89

84, 85

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Jacob, Appearing of the Lord to

him, at the same place,
upon his return
The birthright blessings

divided among his sons 38
Jews, The people “scattered and

peeled,” but not the people
“ terrible" from their be-
ginning hitherto

5
Not All Israel

53
Greatly mixed with both the
unbelieving world and the
church called Gentile

57, 58
Have had joined unto them
the most accursed portions
of the human race
Will not be restored till
joined to Ephraim, the
first-born

59
Joseph, The blessing given to 39

Blessing of his sons by Jacob 39
Prophetic import of their

40
The fulness of the nations
to come of

39
And his companions, the
fulness of the harvest, as
described Rev. vii., after
the first-fruits of Judah
and his companions

40, 41
Journeys, northward and west-

ward, of our Lord and his
apostles

69
Judges, Israel's training under 48

58, 59

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L.
Language

92, 143
English, its surprising
spread, and important
connection with Christian
truth

138
Lacedemonians, claimed to be the

kindred of the Jews 131
Land of Israel, Supposed voyage
to

24
Remarkable circumstances
connected with it

25
The site of Eden

25
Its central position

26

N.
Nestorians
Negro Race

20
Noah, Covenant with

19
His prophecy

22
North, King of the, his future in-
vasion of the land

33
The quarter into which the
word was sent after back-
sliding Isaael, and from
whence Israel are to re-
turn to their own coun-
try, together with Judah 64, 65
Pointed out in the descrip-
tion of Israel's punish-
ment

67, 68

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0. Objections to our being Israel answered

94 Our Israelitish origin, Mr. Bick

ersteth's opinion with re-
gard to it
Our belief in it does not
rest upon a “ scanty foun-
dation"

6,9 Consistent with the national

Liturgy; Mr. Bickersteth's
opinion not so
Practical use of

'. 12-14

P. Parent's influence upon his offspring

43 Exemplified in Abraham's posterity

43 Phrenology

142
Place of Israel's hiding, north-west 71
Poetry and Music
Press, Importance of, in the work

to which Israel is ap-
pointed

137 Prodigal Son

94 Promise, The first

17 Promises made unto the fathers 31 Property, English laws with regard to

125 Prospectiveness of the English 100 Paul, his journeys and epistles

all to places north west of
the land of Israel

70 R. Races, Three grand

19 European Race contrasted with

22 Israel's close connection with

42 Mingling with

17, 43 Rapin, on the settlement of the

Anglo-Saxons in Britain 115 On the Angles and their kingdoms

116 On their language

117 On the origin of their institutions

118 Recapitulation

139 Religion of the Anglo-Saxons Recovery of Israel certain 61 Resurrection, National, of Israel

precedes, and is a farther
pledge of the resurrection
of the saints

13

Page. Rivers, names of in the south of Russia

76 Robertson, his“ View of the State of Europe” quoted 87,108

S. Saxons traced back to the place of Israel's captivity

96, 97 Origin of their name 97 Their entrance into Britain

from the north ef Europe · 98 Intermingled with the

Danes and Normans
Their personal beauty 98
Their supposed ferocity

102 (See Anglo Saxon.) Scriptures, not originally found

with the northern nations 81 The word of God

142 Seed of Israel among the Gentiles 62 Semetic Race

21 Serpent Worship Seth

17 Simon's Ten Tribes identified 4, 12. Song of Moses

23 Sonnets, Scripture 27, 29, 40, 52,

62, 66. 67, 68, &c. Four, in Isaiah, describing the progress of Israel's punishment

67, 68 Sovereignty of God in this hypothesis

11 Speed's “ Chronicle” quoted 99 Spiritual Israel

63 Storehouse of Nations

76 Symmetry in God's working 63

T.
Temple, Sir Wm., his opinion as

to the increase of the
northern nations

88 As to their political institutions

89 Ten Tribes, Mr. Bickersteth's

statement with respect to
them
Ought not to be con-

founded with the Jews Teutonic Stock of the European

population traced back
into the quarter into
which Israel had been led
captive

97 Tombs, Israelitish, found in the

place of our ancestors'
early sojourn

74, 76

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