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and believed to be admissible by exegetes. May we not expect in this case also a third period, in which the progress of research will show that although we must not expect geology to confirm the so-called Biblical chronology, geologists will not be able to dispute the chronology which is historically vouched for and admitted by the Bible ?

At all events we, as true Christians, know that all contradictions between Nature and the Bible are only apparent, and are caused by the mistakes of men of science or of exegetes; and that although learned men may not yet have succeeded in removing these apparent contradictions, yet the teaching of the Earth's strata can never really gainsay that which is gathered from the leaves of the Bible.

THE END.

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ABBEVILLE, ïi. 293, 301.

| Beech age, ii. 325, 327.
Aeby, ii. 105, 123, 138, 139, 147, 148, Bellynck, i. 415 ; ii. 258.
149, 174, 213.

Beringer, i. 260.
Agassiz, i. 79, 369; ii. 240, 189. Bert, P., ii. 145.
Alix, ï. 145.

Bertrand, i. 267.
Alluvium, i. 283, 384.

Bible and nature, the, i. 23, 189 ; ii.
American race, ii. 192, 203 ff.

366.
Amiens, ii. 293, 301, 305.

- does not teach science, i. 29 ff.,
Ampère, i. 3, 78.

89, 218 ff.
Amphioxus, ii. 126.

- phraseology of the, i. 33, 98, 409,
Anatomy, comparative, ii. 106.

458.
Andrias Scheuchzeri, i. 263.

Biot, i. 78.
Angels, fall of the, i. 119, 121, 318. Bischof, G., i. 57, 62, 77, 216, 247,
Animals, creation of the, i. 136, 157, 291 ; ii. 20.
313; ii. 2, 32.

Bischoff, Th., ii. 141.
- and plants, i. 313, 338 ff.

Blainville, i. 78.
- classification of, i. 100, 449 ; ii. Blumenbach, ii. 192, 193.
95.

Böhme, Jakob, i, 120, 147.
- extinct, i. 390 ff.

Boker, i. 168, 169.
- in the ark, i. 407, 446 ff.

Bone breccias, i. 380.
- primæval, i. 269 ff., 319.

Bone caves, i. 378 ff., 391 ; ii. 302.
- separate creations of, i. 284, 448. Bourgeois, ii. 322.
Anthropoid, ii. 122, 236.

Brachykephalous, ii. 198.
Anthropology, ii. 176, 266. See Man. | Brain, ii, 134, 141, 158.
Anthropomorphism, i. 101, 102. Breadth, index of, ii. 198, 199.
Anti-geologists, i. 84.

Brewster, Sir D., i. 80.
Ape, ii, 117, 121 ff. passim.

Brongniart, A., i. 57, 78.
Ararat, i. 408, 416.

Bronn, H. G., ii. 29.
Archaeology, ii. 266.

Bronze age, ii. 300, 308, 310, 311,
Ark, i. 446 ff.

321.
Astronomy, i. 189 ff.

Buch, L. von, i. 214.
Augustine, S., i. 44, 45, 101, 102, 106, Buchner, ii. 169.

130, 139, 141, 146, 152, 162, 163, Buckland, i. 31, 79, 167, 289, 311,
183, 451 ; ii. 2, 126, 245, 246.

325, 371, 378.
Aurochs, period of the, ii. 316.

Buffon, i. 237 ; ii. 40.
Australian race, ii. 209, 210.

Bunsen, i. 104 ; ii. 250.
Autogeny, ii. 2.

Burmeister, i. 54, 55, 61, 210; ii. 15,
Azoic period, i. 282, 341.

129, 186, 201, 229.
Bacos, i. 72.

Calnozoic period, i. 283, 336, 338,
Baer, K. L. von, i. 78 ; ii. 14, 66, 109, 377.
110, 189, 216, 232, 358.

Cambrian system, i. 282.
Baer, W., ii, 321, 359.

Camper, Peter, ii. 293.
Baltzer, i. 105, 139, 184, 294, 360. Cannibalism, ii. 355, 356.
Bara, i. 103, 135.

Carboniferous period, i. 282, 290, 305,
Basalt, i. 212.

334, 344, 346.
Bastian, ii, 9.

Caucasian race, ii. 182, 192, 201, 206,
Bathybius, ii. 11.

207, 208, 214, 215, 217, 220.

Cauchy, Aug., i. 78.

| Earth, axis of the, i. 437.
Cave bear, i. 337.

- formation of the, i. 209, 210,
- hyæna, i. 337.

229-253.
Cell, ii. 13.

- nucleus of the, i. 213, 231.
Chalmers, i. 28, 79, 167, 311, 401. - a spheroid, i. 229, 246, 436.
Chaos, i. 111, 224, 312, 326.

- upheaval and depressiou of the,
Chateaubriand, i. 250.

i. 439; ii. 287 ff.
Cheirotherium, i. 256.

- flattening of the, i. 229, 246,
Choyer, i. 32, 221.

436.
Chronology, biblical, i. 191 ; ii. 252, Ebrard, i. 333, 345, 449.
364, 365.

Egypt, ii. 275 ff.
- geological, i. 191, 290, 382 ; Elephant period, ii. 325.
ii. 264.

Elk, i. 337.
Chrysostom, S., i. 142, 196.

Elohim, i. 104, 160, 161.
Claudius, i. 83.

Embryo, ii. 107, 108.
Concordistic theory, i. 183, 330-347. Engis skull, ii. 147, 355.
Convulsionists, i. 210, 288.

Entozoa, ii. 9.
Cony beare, i. 79.

Eocene or Eogene, i. 278, 377, 398.
Copernicus, i. 74.

Eozoon Canadense, i. 287 ; ii. 103.
Coprolites, i. 144, 269.

Ereb, i. 168, 169.
Cornelius, i. 63.

Erratic blocks, i. 382.
Cosmogonies, heathen, i. 20, 21. Ethiopian race, ii. 182, 192, 203,
Cosmogony, Mosaic, i. 21, 22, 97 ff. 210, 214.
Cotta, i. 286, 306.

Euler, i. 76.
Craniology, ii. 197.

Evening and morning, i. 124, 168.
Crannoges, ii. 350.

Evolution. See Theory of Descent.
Create, i. 103, 104.

Evolutionists, ii. 40 ff.
Creation, Mosaic account of, i. 16 ff.,
89-102, 172, 154 ff.

FABRE d'Envieu, i. 327; ii. 151.
- centre of, ii. 236.

Fabri, ii. 117.
- second account of, i. 159.

Facial angle, ii. 193 ff.
Cretaceous system, i. 283.

Faraday, i. 80.
Crystallization, i. 14.

Firmament, i. 125.
Cuvier, i. 3, 382 ; ii. 35, 43, 95, 267. Fleming, John, i. 79, 383.

Flint implements, ii. 302 passim.
Darwin, i. 295 ; ii. 22, 44 ff. passim, Flood, legends of the, i. 404.

122, 123, 124, 137, 153 ff. passim, Flourens, ii. 8.
170, 171.

Foraminifera, i. 272, 287.
Daubeny, i. 81.

Formation, i. 212, 278.
Davy, Sir H., i. 80.

Fossils, i. 212, 254-293, 295, 296,
Day and night, i. 124, 133, 166, 203. L 319, 334 ff. ; ii. 274, 355, 362.
Days, six, i. 94, 95, 161 ff., 192, 294 | - footprints, i. 256 ; ii, 286.
376, 398.

— raindrops, i. 257.
Deism, i. 238.

Fraas, i. 62, 78, 239, 254; ii. 174, 278,
Delitzsch, i. 21, 102, 104, 121, 138, 320.

202, 227, 405, 431, 448 ; ii. 250, Fracastoro, i. 262.
263.

Frohschammer, i. 144; ii. 13, 16, 78,
Deluc, i. 78, 237, 382 ; ii. 267, 268. 93, 161, 163, 181.
Deluge, i. 222, 378 ff. passim, 403-461. Fuchs, J. N. von, i. 77, 216.
- fossils caused by the, i. 258,
262, 294, 295.

Galileo, i. 75.
Denise, fossil man of, ii. 322.

Ganges, delta of the, ii. 283.
Descent, theory of, ii. 28-120.

Gastræa, ii. 101.
Deutinger, i. 55, 244.

Generatio æquiroca, ii. 1, 31.
Devonian system, i. 278, 283.

Giebel, C. G., i. 139, 342, 453; ii.
Dillmann, i. 22, 195, 406.

122, 240.
Diluvial, ii. 302, 321.

Glacial period, i. 388 ; ii. 322.
Diluvium, i. 283, 376 ff. passim. Glaciers, i. 387.
Dinotherium, i. 270.

Gneiss, i. 213, 282.
Dolichokephalous, ii. 198.

God, nature of, i. 64.
Dolmen ii. 314.

- Spirit of, i. 113 ff., 319.

Goethe, i. 265 ; ii. 43.

KANT, i. 229.
Goppert, i. 292.

Kaulen, ii. 219.
Gorilla, 'ii. 122, 130, 133, 134, 139, Keerl, i, 221, 225, 314, 319, 323.
141, 145, 151, 160, 175.

Keil, i. 104, 149, 167, 294 ; ii. 182.
Granite, i. 213.

Keller, ii. 335, 348.
Gratiolet, ii. 144, 145.

Keppler, i. 37, 74.
Greenough, i. 246, 385.

Kircher, Athanasius, i. 258.
Gregory, S., of Nyssa, i. 140, 143. Kjökken möddings, ii. 351 ff.
Grimm, ii. 241.

Knobel, i. 104.
Guadeloupe, fossil man of, i. 272; Kurtz, i. 19, 24, 29, 41, 70, 118, 173,
ii. 285.

174, 199, 311, 313, 318, 322; ii.

248.
HÆCKEL, i. 61 ; ii. 10 ff., 24 ff., 47, 48, Kutorga, i, 299, 300.

69, 70, 88, 90, 96 ff., 126, 165 ff.
Hamberger, i. 120, 147.

LAKE dwellings, ii. 332 ff.
Haneberg, i. 179.

Lamarck, i. 237 ; ii. 41.
Harvey, ii. 3.

Land and Sea, i. 128.
Hassler, ii. 348.

Land animals, i. 100, 135 ff.
Heaven, i. 126.

Language, ii. 219, 220, 221.
- and earth, i. 105.

Laplace, i. 229.
Heer, i. 77.

Lartet, ii. 357.
Height, index of, ii. 198, 199.

Latham, ii. 200.
Hengstenberg, i. 70, 146, 167, 311. Lateran Council, fourth, i. 108.
Herodotus, ii. 336.

Laurentian system, i. 282, 287; ii.
Herschel, Sir J., i. 86, 199, 229.

103.
Heterogeny, ii. 1.

Leonhard, i. 77, 210, 354, 391, 441.
Hexæmeron, explanation of, i. 89 fr. Lepus Darwinii, ii. 69, 70.
See Creation and Days.

Lias, i. 278, 283.
His, ii. 113.

Light, i. 123, 124, 196, 198 ff., 316,
Hitchcock, i. 79.

317.
Hochstetter, ii, 238, 307, 347.

- existence of, before sun, i. 201,
Hoffmann, ii. 36, 65.

202.
Horner, ii. 275.

Lindenschmit, ii. 291, 310, 335, 356.
Huber, i. 63; ii. 62, 81, 115.

Linnæus, i. 138 ; ii. 33, 121.
Human race, age of. See Man.

Literal interpretation of six days, i.
Humboldt, A. von, i. 49, 53, 375 ; ii. 165, 204, 245, 294-310, 398.
187, 212.

Lombard, Peter, i. 30; ii. 3.
Hutton, i. 214.

Lotze, i. 240 ; ii. 116.
Huxley, i. 51, 55, 256 ; i. 8, 12, 20, 71, Lubbock, ii. 171, 312, 313.
72,131 ff., 145 ff., 179, 228.

Lucæ, ii. 105, 138.
Hybridation, ii. 37.

Lucretius, ii. 300.
Hylæosaurus, i. 271.

Lüken, i. 20, 404 ; ii. 188.
Hypsikephalous, ii. 198.

Lusus naturæ, i. 259 ff. ; ii. 304.
Hyrtl, i. 77.

Lyell, i. 52, 209, 275, 283, 391 ;

ii. 149, 267, 287, 294, 326, 361.
ICHTHYOSAURUS, i. 270, 336.
Ideal theory, i. 184, 205, 348-375. Mabillon, i. 414; ii, 257.
Iguanodon, i. 271, 336.

Macculloch, i. 79.
Induction, ii. 118.

Mädler, i. 77, 200, 203.
Infusoria, ii. 6 ff.

Maillet, de, ii. 41.
Inspiration, i. 14 ff., 409; ii. 251, 254. Malay race, ii. 192, 199, 208 ff. passim.
Instinct, ii, 82, 83.

Mammoth, i. 254, 261, 271, 280; ii.
Iron age, ii. 300 ff. passim.

301, 315, 357.

Mammoth period, ii. 315, 316.
JAMESON, i. 80, 383.

Man, antiquity of, i. 295, 383, 390 ff.;
Jaw, ii. 196.

ii. 265-238, 360 f.
Jazar, i. 103.

- creation of, i. 139 ff. ; ii. 126.
Jehovah, i. 160.

– fossil, i. 272, 273, 296 ; ii. 285,
Jom, i. 168, 169.

322.
Jura, i. 278.

- races of, ii. 191 ff.
Jura limestone, i. 283.

tertiary, ii. 321.
VOL. II.

2 A

M

Mankind, unity of, ii. 178, 181-245. Oligocene, i. 283.
Mantell, G., i, 80, 240, 267, 373. Omalius d'Halloy, i. 415, 416.
Martin, i. 26, 75, 78; ii. 9, 25, 180. Ontogeny, ij. 107.
Mastodon, i. 337.

Organisms, pedigree of, ii. 88, 99, 100
Maurer, F., ii. 284.

Orthognathous, ii. 196.
Mayrhofer, i. 105, 120.

Orthokephalous, ii. 198.
Megalithic, ii. 314.

Owen, i. 80 ; ii. 188.
Megalosaurus, i. 271, 336.
Meignan, i. 237, 337; ii. 258.

PALÆOLITHIC period, i. 282 ; ii. 312.
Mesokephalous, ii. 198.

Palæontology, i. 208, 253, 277–293,
Metamorphic rocks, i. 214, 341.

312 ff.; ii. 101.
Meyer, B., i. 63; ii. 73.

Palæozoic period, i. 282, 283, 334.
Meyer, H. von, i. 78, 391 ; ii. 122. Pallmann, ii, 309, 334, 339, 341, 347,
Mezozoic, i. 282, 335, 336, 338.

351.
Mica slate, i. 213, 282.

Pantheism, i. 238.
Michelis, i. 50, 105, 120, 187, 357; | Paradise, i. 144, 155, 156, 309, 310.
ii. 39, 114.

Pasteur, ii. 6 ff.
Microcephalous idiots, ii. 143.

| Peat, growth of, ii. 327 ff.
Migration, law of, ii. 63.

Pelvis, ii. 199, 219.
Miller, Hugh, i. 79, 84, 174, 325, 334, Pererius, i. 110.
399, 440, 441, 459.

Permian system, i. 278, 283, 346.
Miocene, i. 283, 377, 398 ; ii. 323. Peschel, ii. 171, 191, 211, 227.
Mississippi, delta of, ii. 283.

Petavius, i. 110, 244,
Moigno, Abbé, i. 318, 419.

Peter, S., i. 221, 222.
Molasse, i. 336, 378, 399.

Peter Lombard. See Lombard.
Moleschott, ii. 134.

Pfaff, i. 77, 182, 216, 332, 419, 456 ;
Molloy, i. 331, 337 ; ii. 271.

ii. 114, 362.
Monera, ii. 10 ff.

Phillips, i. 395 ; ii. 295, 361.
Mongolian race, ii. 192, 195, 196, Phylogeny, ii. 108.
205 ff.

Pianciani, i. 85, 110, 168, 190, 243,
Morlot, ii. 344, 345, 361.

244, 304, 412, 413, 435, 436.
Müller, Joh., i. 77 ; ii. 38, 190, 219, Pine period, ii. 325.
224.

Pini, Hermenegild, i. 188.
Müller, Max, ii. 165, 219.

| Pithecoid theory, ii. 177, 366.
Murchison, i. 80, 210, 287.

Plants, classification of, i. 99.
Mutzl, i. 168.

- creation of, i. 129 ff., 284, 313,

315, 339; ii. 2, 32.
NATURAL science, task of, i. 48-68. - existence of, before sun, i. 204.
- misuse of, i. 7, 61, 239 ; ii. 172, – primæval, i. 268 ff.
173, 358, 363.

Platykephalous, ii. 198.
Naumann, i. 268.

Pleistocene, i. 283, 377.
Neanderthal, ii. 147 ff., 355.

Plesiosaurus, i. 269, 337.
Nebulæ, i. 200.

Pliocene, i, 283, 377, 398 ; ü, 323.
Nebular hypothesis, i. 230, 231, 247. Plutonism, i. 207, 228.
Negro, ii. 182, 209, 211 ff. passim, Polythalamaceæ, i. 272.
229, 231.

Porphyry, i. 213.
Neocene or Neogene, i. 283, 378. Post pliocene, i. 283, 378.
Neolithic period, ii. 312.

Post tertiary, i. 283, 378.

Pouchet, ii. 6.
New Hollanders, ii, 210.

Prasias, Jake, ii. 336.
Newman, i. 30, 59.

Preadamite men, i. 273, 329.
Newton, i. 74.

Prehistoric age, ii, 320, 358.
Niagara, ii. 293.

Premetallic age, ii. 305.
Nicolas, i, 3.

Prichard, i. 80, 448; ii. 140, 187,
Nile, ii. 275 ff.

231.
- delta of the, ii. 281.

Primary, i. 278.
Nilsson, ii. 307.

Primæval and present world, dis.
Nöggerath, i. 254, 270; ii. 329, 330. tinction between, i. 272, 324, 376,

402.
OAK period, ii. 325, 327.

Prognathous, ii. 196.
Oken, ii. 18, 188.

Pterodactylus, i. 269.

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