The History of Christianity in India, Volume 2

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Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley, 1839 - India
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Contents

Their violent opposition to him and misrepresentations at Rome
9
They resist the papal authority
10
council of Pondicherry induced by the Jesuits to protest against his authority
11
build Fort
13
Ilis reception at the court of Pekin Vicar Apostolic banished
14
his decree
15
is visited by three Jesuits and a Mandarin from Pekin
16
Attempt to destroy him by poison
17
He recovers and returns to Pekin
18
Itescue a Capuchin missionary from the Inquisition at Goa
19
de Visdelou appointed Vicar Apostolic in India is resisted by the Jesuits
20
They induce the government of Pondicherry to protest against his jurisdiction Bishops in partibus their office explained
21
The Jesuit obtain order from the king of France for the suspension
22
recognise the Vicar Apostolic
24
Carmelites again propose the abdication of his dignity and his removal to Cochin or Goaproposal rejected 323
26
Portuguese give them further supporta grand mass at Corolongate
27
They consult the commissary of Inquisition how to proceed and receive a visit from himmurder of a Syrian
28
Success at Mangate
29
Jesuits impede themencouraged to proceed e
30
F Garzias device to destroy their credit
31
They begin to despairare encouraged by the Inquisition
32
Renew their exertionsgeneral assembly at Rapolinoexertions of Archdeacon and friends to maintain their independence of Rome
33
Carmelites disappointed
34
Second assembly ends in violence and disappointment
35
Third assembly Carmelites propositions rejected Elegy on Attalla
36
Carmelites are desired to depart
37
Uncompromising pretensions of Rome prevents their success
38
Christians divided about validity of Archdeacons consecrationtwo parties formed and violent animosities ensue
39
Several churches submit to Rome
40
Carmelitcs pro pose to supersede him by electing anotherthis not acceded tothey try to conciliate him by fair promises
41
He proposes to submit through fear of the heathen princes
42
General assembly at Mutane more favourable to the Carmelites
43
Archdeacon warned against them by an anonymous letterbreaks off the conference
44
Another assemblydisturbed by the JesuitsJoseph the Carmelite elected Bishop of Malabar
45
F Garzia protests against itgains no redress
46
Ilyacinthe the Carmelite arrives in Indiaanother fruitless attempt to gain the Archdeacon and northern churches
47
The union of the southern churches effected F Garzia tries in vain to recover sole possession of the diocese
48
Two Carmelites return to Itome
49
Instruction concerning
57
SESSION III
71
S To the same purpose
79
Decrees signed by all presentbishopric of Angamale divided into
119
Instructs the Syrian ecclesiastics in the Roman ceremonials and pro
130
CHAPTER I
143
The imposture explained
163
v║z Mahomcdans hostile inter tions defeated 171
171
Papal opposition to the translation of the Bible especially in Eng
180
He is disturbed by the exhibition of a farce at Pallur which he sup
190
The Rajahs alleged superstitious character
199
Progress of the Roman church in Malabardestitute state of some
205
Several arrive at his court and are favourably received
209
Failure of his schemes in India
212
CHAPTER III
216
Failure of the Bengal Mission
217
Commencement of the Madura Mission
218
Robert de Nobili the Jesuit Missionary there
221
Extent of their influence
222
Their immoral character
227
Jesuits exclusive attention to the brahmins
228
The four liindoo Vedas R de Nobili forges a fifth
237
Fpic poem of It C J Beschi 24
244
Their contempt of the lower castes
245
They are more acceptable to the brahmins than the Franciscans who retire from Madura
247
Jesuits incorporate the heathen customs with the ceremonies of the Roman Church
249
Protest of other orders against their proceedings
253
The Popes endeavours to restrain them prove unavailing 20 Concluding remarks
255
CHAPTER IV
260
Ilis letter to the King of Portugal
261
causes himself to be wor shipped
276
Reflections on his impiety
277
The missionary leaves him
278
Prosperity of his affairs
279
Gives outward tokens of sincerity
280
J Xavier and E Pinnero sent to Akbar who perseveres in his own new law
281
IIe flees in alarm to Cashmere
282
JahanGueir baptism of his nephews
284
re view of his works
285
Vestiges of the lost ten tribes of Israel in Cashmere and other countries
287
ment of facts
293
The Christians dissatisfaction at the Jesuits oppressionsobtaining no redress from Rome they revolt and choose the Archdeacon for their ruler
295
Four Carmelites sent from Rome to reclaim them
296
The Dutch take Columbothe Christians seek a prelate from Syria
297
Bishop Attalla appointed from MosulRomanist attempts to depre ciate his character 7 He arrives at Suratis apprehended by order of the Inquisitio...
302
They resolve to expel the Jesuits ll The Archdeacon consecrated by twelve cattanars
305
Consternation of the Jesuits and Inquisition 13 Martyrdom of Attalla at Goaturpitude of this act
308
Two Carmelites arrive at Suratdissatisfaction of the Jesuits and Portuguese at their arrival
312
They reach Cannanore under protection of the Dutch
313
Interview with the cattanar of Palur
314
Visit to RapolinoArchdeacon receives them with suspicion Jesuits oppose them
315
They refuse to recognise Archdeacons consecration
316
Apply to Portuguese for protectionobtain it after some demur
317
Jesuits opposition to it unavailing 3 18
319
Christians there demand separation from the Jesuits
320
Hyacinthe de St Vincent arrives in Malabar his labours fruitless
349
A Romish Archdeacon nominated by F Garzia
350
Death of F Garzia and of Hyacinthe
352
Joseph de St Maria consecrated at Rome Bishop of Hierapolis His arrival in India
353
Is welcomed in Malabar the Jesuits submit to him with reluctance
354
The Archdeacon tries to prejudice the people against him
355
Coercion of refractory churches and submission of cattanars
356
Simple preaching of the Gospel more impressive
358
Bishops varied progress
359
Conference carried on by deputies at the court of Cochin Bishop attempts to justify the employment of heathen judges in this eccle siastical cause
360
Archdeacons fears for his safety
362
Stories invented to discredit the Archdeacon and to justify the Bishops violence
363
Archdeacon with difficulty makes his escape
364
Bishops chagrin at losing him
365
Submission of Candanate and MolandurtÚ
366
2 Time of retribution arrives
367
3 The Dutch capture Coulan and Cranganore
368
Their seige of Cochin good conduct of the Syrians
369
the church of Angamale put up to auction Bishop buys it
371
Dutch resume the seige of Cochin and take it
372
Bishop consecrates a native over the diocese
377
gives a false view of their tenets for the purpose
378
Bishop tries in vain to return to Malabar
383
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412
442
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458
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CONCLUDING REMARKS ON THE PROSPECTS OF CHRISTIANITY IN INDIA
494
Protest against this appalling conclusion
500
From protestant missionaries success is inferred the duty of perse
506
Orders the church of Anga
541
Errors and hcresies in thc
550
SESSION IV
556
Orders the children of excom
563
Sponsors appointed in confir
575
The Roman Mass to be trans
592
Exhorts all to procure Masses
598
Such as have becn simonai
616
The clergy not to engage
622
Wives who refuse to leave riage
626
No more to be ordained during ministers
642
Degrees of consanguinity with of and confirmed
650

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