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_The Apostles._ _Virtues and Vices._

{A. Courage p. 114, -- 39 } 1. ST. PETER { p. 117, -- 41 } {B. Cowardice " " } } {A. Patience p. 114, -- 39 } 2. ST. ANDREW { p. 118, -- 41 } 4 {B. Anger " " } } {A. Gentillesse " " } 3. ST. JAMES { } {B. Churlishness " " }

{A. Love " " } 4. ST. JOHN { p. 114, -- 39 } {B. Discord p. 118, -- 41 } } {A. Obedience p. 114, -- 39 } 5. ST. MATTHEW { p. 118, -- 41 } 5 {B. Rebellion p. 119, " } } {A. Perseverance. " " } 6. ST. SIMON { {p. 114, -- 39 } {B. Atheism {p. 119, -- 41 }

{A. Faith {p. 115, -- 39 } 7. ST. PAUL { {p. 119, -- 41 } {B. Idolatry " " } } {A. Hope p. 115, -- 39 } 8. ST. JAMES THE { p. 119, -- 41 } 6 BISHOP {B. Despair " " } } {A. Charity " " } 9. ST. PHILIP {B. Avarice {p. 115, -- 39 } { {p. 120, -- 41 }

{A. Chastity " " } 10. ST. BARTHOLEMEW { } {B. Lust " " } } {A. Wisdom " " } 11. ST. THOMAS { } 7 {B. Folly " " } } {A. Humility p. 115, -- 39 } 12. ST. JUDE { p. 121, -- 41 } {B. Pride " " }

_The Major Prophets._

{A. The Lord enthroned p. 115, -- 39 } 13. ISAIAH {B. Lo! this hath touched } thy lips p. 121, -- 42 } } 8 {A. The burial of the girdle p.115, -- 39} 14. JEREMIAH { } {B. The breaking of the } yoke p. 122, -- 42 }

{A. Wheel within wheel p. 115, -- 39 } 15. EZEKIEL { } {B. Set thy face towards } Jerusalem " " } } {A. He hath shut the lions' } { mouths " " } 9 16. DANIEL { } {B. Fingers of a man's hand p. 115, -- 39} p. 122, -- 42}

_The Minor Prophets._

{A. So I bought her to {p. 116, -- 40 } { me {p. 122, -- 43 } 17. HOSEA { } {B. So will I also be for {p. 116, -- 40 } { thee {p. 123, -- 43 } } {A. The sun and moon {p. 116, -- 40 } { lightless {p. 123, -- 48 } 10 18. JOEL { } {B. The fig-tree and vine } { leafless " " } } {A. The Lord will cry from } { Zion " " } } {Facade {B. The habitations of the } { shepherds " " } { 19. AMOS{ {C. The Lord with the } {Porch { mason's line p. 116, -- 40 } { {D. The place where it } 19 { rained not p. 123, -- 43 }

{A. I hid them in a cave " " } {Porch {B. He fell on his face p. 124, " } 20 20. OBADIAH{ { {C. The captain of fifty " " } 11 {Facade {D. The messenger " " }

{A. Escaped from the sea p. 124, -- 43 } 21. JONAH { {p. 116, -- 40 } {B. Under the gourd {p. 124, -- 43 } } {A. The tower of the Flock " " } 11 {Facade { } { {B. Each shall rest " " } 22. MICAH { { {C. Swords into ploughshares } {Porch { p. 116, -- 40 } 8 { {D. Spears into pruning-hooks } { p. 124, -- 43 }

{A. None shall look back p. 125, " } 9 {Porch {B. The Burden of Nineveh " " } 23. NAHUM { { { {C. Thy Princes and great {p. 116, --40 } {Facade { ones {p. 125, --43 } {D. Untimely figs " " } } {A. I will watch " " } 24. HABAKKUK { } 12 {B. The ministry to Daniel " " } } {A. The Lord strikes {p. 117, -- 40 } {Facade { Ethiopia {p. 126, -- 43 } { {B. The beasts in Nineveh " " } 25. ZEPHANIAH{ { {C. The Lord visits Jerusalem " " } {Porch { } 15 {D. The Hedgehog and Bittern " " }

{A. The houses of the } { princes p. 117, -- 40 } { Porch { } { {B. The Heaven stayed } 16 26. HAGGAI{ { from dew p. 126, -- 43 } { { {C. The temple desolate " " } { Facade { } {D. Thus saith the Lord. p. 127, " } } {A. The lifting up of Iniquity p. 127, -- 43} 27. ZECHARIAH { } 13 {B. The angel that spake to me " " } } {A. Ye have wounded the {p. 117, -- 40 } 28. MALACHI { Lord {p. 127, -- 43 } {B. This commandment is } to _you_ " " }

SOUTHERN PORCH--_to the Virgin_.

{A. Daniel and the stone } { cut without hands p. 133, -- 51 } 29. GABRIEL { } {B. Moses and the burning bush " " } } {A. Gideon and the fleece " " } 30. VIRGIN { } ANNUNCIATE {B. Moses and the law } Aaron and his rod " " } 13 } {A. The message to Zacharias! " " } 31. VIRGIN VISITANT { } {B. The dream of Joseph " " } } {A. The silence of Zacharias " " } 32. ST. ELIZABETH { } {B. "His name is John" " " }

{A. Flight into Egypt " " } 33. VIRGIN IN { } PRESENTATION {B. Christ with the Doctors " " } 19 } {A. Fall of idols in Egypt " " } 34. ST. SIMEON { } {B. The Return to Nazareth " " }

{A. The Star in the East. p. 134, -- 51 } 35. THE FIRST KING { } {B. "Warned in a dream" " " } } {A. Adoration in Bethlehem (?) " " } 36. THE SECOND KING { } {B. The voyage of the Kings " " } } {A. Herod inquires of the } 21 { Kings " " } 37. THE THIRD KING { } {B. The burning of the ship " " } } {A. Massacre of the Innocents " " } 38. HEROD { } {B. Herod orders the ship } to be burnt " " }

{A. Solomon enthroned p. 133, -- 51 } 39. SOLOMON { } {B. Solomon in prayer " " } } 20 {A. The Grace cup " " } 40. QUEEN OF SHEBA { } {B. "God is above" " " }

NORTHERN PORCH--_to St. Firmin_ (p. 127, -- 44).

{A. Capricorn p. 130, -- 47 } 41. ST. FIRMIN { } CONFESSOR { } {B. December " " } } {A. Aquarius " " } 42. ST. DOMICE { } {B. January " " } } 14 {A. Pisces " " } 43. ST. HONORe { } {B. February " " } } {A. Aries. " " } 44. ST. SALVE { } {B. March " " }

{A. Taurus " " } 45. ST. QUENTIN { } {B. April " " } } 15 {A. Gemini " " } 46. ST. GENTIAN { } {B. May " " }

{A. Sagittarius p. 131, -- 47 } 47. ST. GEOFFREY { } {B. November " " } } {A. Scorpio " " } 48. AN ANGEL { } {B. October " " } } {A. Libra " " } 17 49. ST. FUSCIEN, { } MARTYR {B. September " " } } {A. Virgo " " } 50. ST. VICTORIC, { } MARTYR {B. August " " }

{A. Leo p. 130, -- 47 } 51. AN ANGEL { } {B. July " " } } 16 {A. Cancer " " } 52. ST. ULPHA { } {B. June " " }

APPENDIX III.

_GENERAL PLAN OF 'OUR FATHERS HAVE TOLD US.'_[71]

[Footnote 71: Reprinted from the "Advice," issued with Chap. III (March, 1882).]

The first part of 'Our Fathers have told us,' now submitted to the public, is enough to show the proposed character and tendencies of the work, to which, contrary to my usual custom, I now invite subscription, because the degree in which I can increase its usefulness by engraved illustration must greatly depend on the known number of its supporters.

I do not recognize, in the present state of my health, any reason to fear more loss of general power, whether in conception or industry, than is the proper and appointed check of an old man's enthusiasm: of which, however, enough remains in me to warrant my readers against the abandonment of a purpose entertained already for twenty years.

The work, if I live to complete it, will consist of ten parts, each taking up some local division of Christian history, and gathering, towards their close, into united illustration of the power of the Church in the Thirteenth Century.

The present volume completes the first part, descriptive of the early Frank power, and of its final skill, in the Cathedral of Amiens.

The second part, "Ponte della Pietra," will, I hope, do more for Theodoric and Verona than I have been able to do for Clovis and the first capital of France.

The third, "Ara Celi," will trace the foundations of the Papal power.

The fourth, "Ponte-a-Mare," and fifth, "Ponte Vecchio," will only with much difficulty gather into brief form what I have by me of scattered materials respecting Pisa and Florence.

The sixth, "Valle Crucis," will be occupied with the monastic architecture of England and Wales.

The seventh, "The Springs of Eure," will be wholly given to the cathedral of Chartres.

The eighth, "Domremy," to that of Rouen and the schools of architecture which it represents.

The ninth, "The Bay of Uri," to the Pastoral forms of Catholicism, reaching to our own times.

And the tenth, "The Bells of Cluse," to the pastoral Protestantism of Savoy, Geneva, and the Scottish border.

Each part will consist of four sections only; and one of them, the fourth, will usually be descriptive of some monumental city or cathedral, the resultant and remnant of the religious power examined in the preparatory chapters.

One illustration at least will be given with each chapter, and drawings made for others, which will be placed at once in the Sheffield museum for public reference, and engraved as I find support, or opportunity for binding with the completed work.

As in the instance of Chapter IV. of this first part, a smaller edition of the descriptive chapters will commonly be printed in reduced form for travellers and non-subscribers; but otherwise, I intend this work to be furnished to subscribers only.

THE END.

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