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Buildings, how constructed Christians, their duty on

formerly to guard against peace, 62, 277–88, 373–
attacks,

574 92; early, on war, 181-
Bundy's experience with

92, 531-1 ; their gradual
Haynes,

345-6 degeneracy, 188-91 ; sum-
Burke's estimate of life lost

mary of their views, 191;
by war,

172

in Sweden protesting a-
Burton on war, No. iii.

gainst war-prayers,

357

Christ's sepulchre respected
Cabrera, sufferings there, No. ii. by soldiers, -

576
Cadiz, sufferings at, 329 Church, a support of war,
Campbell's account of a mil-

60–1, 281-2, 555–7
itary execution, - 75–6 Cicero's views of war, No.
Carlyle, Thomas, view of

ini, -

397, 581-2
war,

588 Cimbri, number lost in bat-
Cannæ, battle of,
170 tle,

170
Carthagenians, lost in the Cities, influence of war on,
battle of Hymera,

170

126–8; their ability, and
Carthage, siege of,

311 their obligations to the
Cassian, a martyr to peace, 188 cause of peace,

128
Cave on the early Christians Citizens not bound to obey
respecting war,

192

government when requir-
Cecil on war, No. iii.

ing what is wrong,

272-5
Celsus, reply to by Origen, 183 Ciudad Rodrigo, case of
Cæsar, Julius, men slain by brutality there, 460–1

in one battle, No. iii.; his Clarkson, 573 ; account of
battles,

· 170, 580 early Christians on war, 181-92
Cæsars, twelve, their wars, 172 Clarendon ou war, No. iii.
Chalmers on war, No. 11., 149–56 Classics, ancient and mod-
Chalons, battle of, No ii., 170 ern, full of the war-spirit, 585
Channing, his tracis, No.xix., 157 Claude's trial of kindness
No. xxxiii., 269; XXXV.,

289 on a hardened criminal, 346-7
No. xxxviii.,

313 Clemens Alex. on war, 181-3, 1:90
Charlestown navy yard, a- Coleridye, quotation from, 574

mount invested in, 494 Colt, a military punishment, 68
Chevinge, the maniac, 344 Combat, judicial, 549–52
Children trained to war, 365–6 Conflict of laws,

233
how to be educared for Congress of nations, 214-5,
peace,
367

225–48, 447
Childs, Mrs. L. M., anec- Congregationalists on war, 175
dote by,

352 Constantine, story of his
China, the fruits of peace seeing the cross, 555; in-

there in the growth of its troducing pagan usages
population, 162; an illus- into the church,

191
tration of the safety of Conscription in U. S, 583
peace, 334; wars of the

Contraband of war,

233
English in, 466 ; butch- Convicts, effect of kind treat-
ering in,

497-8
ment on,

571-2
Christendom, her army and Copenhagen, a child at its
navy,

117-9, 561-5 bombardment blown to

3

pieces, 462 ; Quaker's Education of men to war, 60, 365
house saved,

338-9 Eichsted, loss by war, 199
Cordova, scenes near, 328 Ellis, Rev., account of Ru-
Cost of war, No. ii., 116– rutu,

387
23, 193-6, 285, 441, 469, Elvira, council of, on hea-
493-4, 561-5; of single thenish practices in the
wars, 121-2; compara- church,

190
tive cost to different coun- England, her expenses at
tries, 5633 ; compared with different eras, 122; navy,
objects of utility, 564-6

562 ; debts, 193 ; army,
Country, our, right or wrong, 560 562, 118; expended in
Criminals subdued by kind- French revolution, No. ii.
ness,
345–7 Episcopalians on war,

173
Crowninshield,

51-2 Erasmus on war, No. iji; la-
Crusades,

172 bors for peace, No. i.;
Cyprian on war,
182 Tract No. ix.,

77-80
Cyrus' war,
172 Eugene, Prince, on war,

227

Europe, paupers in, 561,
Dalecarlin, Christians in, 357

population, 196; debts,
David forbidden to build the 193-6; war-debts, 195–6;

teinple, because he was a growth of its population
warrior,

535
in war and in peace,

162
Davy, Sir H.,
582 Eusebius on war,

184
Death in war, peculiarly Expenses of war, compara-

dreadful, 151-2, 157-9, 177 tive proportion in differ-
Debts of war,

122, 193-6 ent countries, 118, 567-8
Defensive war a misnomer, 519 Exports, &c., amount of, No. ii.
Delos, legend of,

576 Eylau, battle of, No. iv.
Delusions of war, 473; how
kept alive,

554-76 Fairfield war-ship, punish-
Demosthenes,
582 ments on board of,

68
Denmark, her war-debts, Famine, its fatal effects in
195 ; her navy, 563 ; her war,

168
demands for spoliations, No. ii. Fanny, the courtezan, in re-
Dick's estimate of life lost treat from Russia, 370

by war, 172 ; his state- Fathers, we wiser than, 555
ment concerning Xerxes' Flogging in the navy,

65–72
army,
171 through the fleet,

69
Discipline, military, 65-76 Fontenoy, battle of, 170
Dresden, in 1813,

463 Fortifications of Europe,
Drills, militia, their cost, cost, 563 ; of U. States, 568

409-11 ; unnecessary, 411-2 France, her army and navy,
Duel, refused by a French 562, 118; her war-debts, 194
marshall,

558 Franklin on war, No. iii.,
Duelling, how illustrates 222, 228, 397; on the
war, 45; supported bywar, 384 slavery of war,

579
Dumdrudge,Carlyle's fable of,586 Freedom, war adverse to,
Durham, battle of,

170

406–8, 579-80
Dwight on war,

175 Fry, Elizabeth, her treat-
Dymond on war,

301-48 ment of prisoners, 345-6

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184;

Francis I. at Pavia, 558 Hamburg, how treated in
Fulton, how treated as vi. war, No. iv.; siege of,
sionary,

37 170; capture of, - 461
Harrison, Gen. Wm. H,

580
Galileo,

573 Harvard University, its cost
Gardiner, Col., influence of and expense compared
war on,
377 with a war-ship,

564-5
Gauls, awed by the Roman Harvey, -

573
Senators,

571 Hayne, Col., case of, and his
Gauntlet, niode of military son,

- 467-8
punishment,

71 Haynes, the criminal, sub-
Germans massacred,

170 dued by kindness, 345-6
Germany, her war-debts, 195 Heathen, influence of the
her loss in the thirty

gospel in disposing to
years' war,

198 peaceful views, 387; pre-
Ghuznee, butchery at, 497 judiced by Christian wars,
Gibbon on the early Chris-

281-3, 495-8
tians respecting war,

Heilsberg, battle of, 395
view of what continues Helvetians, their losses, 170
war,
507 Helvetic union,

248
Glimpse of war,

313 Henry IV., his grand scheme, 249
Gospel, power of, to abolish Ilerat, number slain in, No. iv.

war, 44 ; the only remedy Hesse, loss of population by
for war, 289-92; how it

war,

198
can abolish war, 54-63 ; Holland, her war-debts, 195;
contrary to war, iv. 49-50, her navy, 563 ; capital
140-42, 78-80, 257-68, sent abroad for invest-
470-2, 517-40; how mis- ment in a time of war, 114

conceived at first and still, 55 Holy alliance, view of, 250
Government,its alleged right Homer's description of war, 519
of war, 270-2; consistent Honor, point of,

557-9
425-32 Horace, quotation from, 570
Grandeur, true,of nations, 553-76 Hospitals, sufferings of, No.
Grecian wars,

172 ii.,

169, 325-32
Greece, her navy, 503 ; cul- Huddy, Capt., hung, 467

tivated a false patriotism, 559 Hume, Rev., testimony re-
Greenbush, N. Y., execu- specting India,

495
tion there, No. ii., 73-4 Hunt, Leigh, view of war, 587
Grimké, Th's S., his tract, 473–84 Hymera, battle of,

170
Grotius,

578
Gubriant's army,

198 Idols, their worship by some
Gurney, Joseph John, his early Christians,
tract, No. xvii.,

137 Imports, amount of, No. ii.

Imports and exports, U. S., 116
Halidon Hill, battle of, 170 Impressment, 234, 457; of our
Hall, Capt., his testimony to seamen by England, 400;
the power of peace prin- in United States,

582
ciples,

353 Indians influenced by peace
Hall, Robert, on war, No. principles,

349–51
iii.,

52, 177-82 Inhabitants destroyed in war, 168

with peace,

189

war

his tract,

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Insane, treatment of, 342-5, 571 | Labaume, his account of the
Intemperance promoted by

Russian campaign,

81-92
379 how written,

81
Interference of one nation Ladd, William; his peace

with another in a time of story, 318–9; on a Con-
war,

234 gress of Nations, 251 ;
Ireland, rebellion in, 351

373-92
Irenæus on war,

52 La Vendee, how many lives
Isidore on war,

185
lost,

493
Ismail, siege of, - 169, 311 Laws, confl'ct of, -

2233
Istalıf, sacking of,
497 League, Achæan,

242, 248
Israelites protected when Henseatic,

248
defenceless, 337; wars Leechi, Sam’l, his book on war, 65
of,

259–60 Leipsic; desolations around

it in war No. iv.
Jackson, Gen. Andrew, 580 Lepanto, battle of,

170
James, John Angell, on war, Letters, men of, on war, No. iii.
No, ini.

Lexington war-ship, punish-
Jay, William, on substitutes

ments on board of,
for war, 225; on the inef- Liadoui, scene at,

87
ficacy of war, 397-408 Licentiousness of war, No iv.
Jefferson, Thomas, on war,

382–3, 368-72, 459, 465
No. 111., 222; views of the Lions touched by kindness,341-2
sluvery of war,

132 Lieber's definition of war, 549
Jeffries, Rev. Mr., respect- Life, its inviolability, alluded

ing Peace Societies, 173 to, 146; its loss in war,
Jena, battle of,

170 161-72, No. ii. ; contempt
Jenghiz-khan, 580 ; his de- of by warriors,

132
struction of life,No.iv.,171,582 Linnæus,

581
Jerrold, Douglass, view of Literary men; claims of peace
war,

586

upon, 577-88; what evil
Jerusalem, siege of, 170, 311 they have done, and how
Jewish wars, considered, 137-9, they may repair it, 582-8

142–3, 172, 259–60 Literature; its peaceful in-
Jews reproaching Christianity fluence,

580
on account of war, 282–3 Liturgy, Musarabic,

41
John the Baptist, his instruc- Locke,

581
tions to soldiers, 138, 260 Log-wood war, its origin, 508
Johnson, the remark of, 574 London, tower of; punish-
Jortin on war,
173 ment there, -

74
Judiciary, national; cost, 565–6 Londonderry, siege of, - 169
Judson on war,

174 Loo-Choo Islands ; their ex-
Justinian's wars; their sac- ample showing the effect
rifice of life,
170 of a peace policy,

353-4
Justin Martyr on war, 181, 183 Louis, St., abolishes judicial

combats,

551
Knight-errantry, - 40-1 Love, law of, violated by
Knox on war,
520 war,

49, 79
Lutzen, battle of,

170
Lactantius on war,

185, 190 Lyman's mother, story of, 454

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Mackintosh, Sir James ; his Missionaries safe without

view of war as adverse to means of violent defence,
liberty,

408
337 ; cases, -

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Macleod on war,

174 Missions obstructed by war,
McNally's book on the navy,

386–8, 489-500
and its punishments,
67 Mistakes about peace,

421-4
Madison's view of war as

Modena and Bologna go to
adverse to liberty,

408 war about a bucket, 508
Magdeburg, siege of, No. ii., Montesquieu, his view of

169, 310
honor,

555
Maid of Moscow,

369 Moors killed in Spain, . 170
Malcom, Rev. Howard, tracts Morals, influence of war on, 375

by, xvi. & l., 129–36; 433–48 Moravians in the Irish re-
Malplaquet, siege of,
169 bellion, -

352
Marcellus, a martyr to peace, 187 Mortality of warriors, 116-7,
Marches ; sufferings, &c.,

161-8
froin, No. ij. ; their hard- Moscow, its destruction,
ships and effects, 86–91 ; 83–5; retreat from, No.
loss of life by,
167-8

85-90
Marinus, a martyr to peace,184-5 Munson and Lyman, their
Marlowe, killed,

503 death, 453 ; victims to
Marius; his victories, 170 war principle,

355
Malo Jaroslavetz, battle of,
85 Musarabic liturgy,

41
Marshall of France, refusing
a duel,

558 Napoleon's views of war
Mars, his character,

556 and warriors, 357 ; allow-
Martin's story of the lion, 341-2 ed no priests for his army,
Martyrs to peace,

184, 186–8 385; army in 1812, 406 ;
Massachusetts Legislature on his Russian campaign,

a Congress of Nations, 251-2 81-92; number of his
Maximilian, martyr to peace, 186 troops, 81; waste of
Mediation as a substitute for life,

92, 172, 582
war,

214 Navy of the United States,
Methodists on war,

173 expensive and useless,
Mexico, siege of, 311; lives 413-8, 567 ; of Chris-
lost, No. ii.

tendom, 502-3; British,
Middle ages, wars of,

172

licentious usages, 451 ;
Millin, Warner, interview punishments in, 65-72 ;

with Washington, No. iii. navy yard at Charles-
Millennium, first, and peace town, cost,

565
afterwards, 390, 422; Dr. Neckar on war, No. iji., 201-8
Bogue on,

53–4 Negotiation as a substitute
Militia of Europe, 563 ; of U.

213
States, 409–11, 563, 568; Negro in the West Indies;
as a police,

412,568

his kindness to his enemy
Ministers, Christian, their that sold him into slavery, 341
apologies for war, 60-3, Newton,

581
499, 550 ; deficient on Ninus, number in his armies, 582
peace, 61; their duty,

62-4 Nordheim, loss by war, 199
Mirando Cervo, hospitalat, 330-2 Nuns violated by soldiers, No. iv.

for war,

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