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Index.
  • Schlicttingius, 11.
  • Scioppius, 18.
  • Scot (Ranald), one of the heroes of the world, 49–53.
  • Servetus, his brning, 8.
  • Squitmio, 19.
  • Stubbs (John), 35.
  • Suarez, 64.
 
  • Talbert (Abbe), 17.
  • Théphile, 16.
  • Thomas (William), 30.
  • Thornborough (Bishop), 57.
  • Tindal (Matthew), 159, 161–63.
  • Toland, 149.
  • Toussaint, 17.
  • Tracy, 29.
  • Turner, 29.
  • Tyndale (William), 9, 28, 75.
 
  • Voet, professor of theology, 51.
  • Voltaire, contributed more books to the flames than any other author of the eighteenth century, 15,
  • Vorst (Conrad), 66.
  • Wentworth (Peter), 39.
  • Wicliff, 29.
  • Wilkes (John), and the North Briton, 177.
  • Williams (John), 46, 47.
  • Wither (George), 101.
  • Wolkelius, friend of Socinus, 11.
  • Woolston, his Discourse on Miracles, 15.