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INDEX.

ABWABS. See Rent, Ryot.
ADAM, REV. MR.

his efforts in the cause of uni-
tarian religion, 880.

persecuted by the missionaries,
880.

ADULTERY. Sve Commandment.
Hinduism,

ALLEGORY--(See

Rites.) in the Vedas, 100.
in Sankaracharya's Bhashya, 100.
ALEXANDRIANS -(Sec Arians.)
strife between Arians and, 610.
ANCESTOR –

Worship of, leads to darkness, 76.
ANCESTRAL PROPERTY-
controversy against father's
power over, 417 to 434.

decision against the power of
Hindus over, 394.

factum valet in case of alienation
of, 407, 408.

power of the father maintained

by Dayabhaga, 401 to 407.
rights of Hindus over, 389 to 413.
restrictions against alienation
against the public good, 394,
395, 413.

that which is immoral is not
invalid, 408 to 410.

rules of succession conventional,
894, 395.

ANGIRA-(See Burning of Widows.)
Suicide by widows, 106.

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ARABIC BIBLE -

translation of Zech. XII. 10, 661.
ARIANS (See Alexandrians.)
cause of their defeat, 610, 611.
ARIUS-

his doctrines condemned, 629.
ARREARS--(Sec Rent, Revenue.)
ASIATIC-

not a term of abuse, 906.
ASSESSOR

mode of the appointment of, 246,
247.

difference of opinion between -
and Judge, procedure in, 260.
native-whother competent, 260.
power of, 260.
Salary of, 246, 249.

ATONEMENT-(See Sin, Salvation,
Redemption, Jesus.)

the doctrine inconsistent with
the mercy of God, 704.

the idea iniquitous, 604, 703, 712
to 715.

Justice, human and divine, 195.
INTERCESSION-

prophets and angels also made
for men, 608.

sin forgiven freely according to
the scriptures, 723.

JESUS

death of--on the cross not the

Mission of, 601, 602.

doctrine not taught by, 722.
cause of the afflictions of, 602, 603.
his aversion to death, 196, 604,
712.

did he suffer as God or man, 603,
604.

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Abel's-considered, 699, 700.
Noah's considered, 706:
how far it is a divine institution,
700.
interpretation of passages show-
ing Jesus's sacrificing himself
for sins, 701 to 703.
means spiritual sacrifice in the
dispensation of Christ, 706.
priesthood without sacrifice ex-
ists under the Christian dis-
pensation, 706.

terms atonement and sacrifice
being familiar with the Jews,
adopted by the apostles, 705.
scapegoat no sign of Christ, 709.
blood of Christ, atonement by,
unscriptural, 704.

taking away of sins can have no
connection with blood or bloody
sacrifice, 725, 726.

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In support of -examined, 601 to
602, 721 to 723; Gen. III. 15,
considered, 697, 698.

Job XIX. 24 to 26 examined, 707,
708.

Isaiah XLII. examined, 717.
John X. 17 examined, 711.
Heb. X. 5, 6 examined, 704.
passages from Jeremiah, Ezekiel,
Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Oba-
dia, Mica, Nahum, Haggai,
Zecharia and Malachi, in sup-
port of noticed, 718 to 722.
if righteousness came by the Law,
examined, &c., 570, 695.

God's promise to Abraham con-
sidered, 707.

BAPTISM-

the association of Jesus's name
with that of God in the rite
considered, 597, 859.

the association of the name of
Holy Ghost with that of God
considered, 616, 859.

BAPTIST MISSION. See Mission.
BAR. See Pleader.

BEATITUDE-(See Salvation.)
relinquishment of the notion of
self leads to, 39.
BENEVOLENCE-

the only homage to God, 198.
BENTINCK, LORD WILLIAM—
address to on the abolition of
the Suttee, 475 to 477.
BHAGAVADGITA-(See Gayatri,

Rites.)

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explanation of Ephes. IV. 8, 741.
interpretation of Jerem. XXIII,
6, 653.

BUCKINGHAM, J. MR.--
letter to, 923.

BURNING OF WIDOWS
(See Rites, Women.)

authorized by Angira, Vishnu,
Raghunandana, 356, 357.

the mode enjoined by Harita not
observed, 371, 372.

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BURNING OF WIDOWS-Contd.

practice inhuman, 331, 332.
entering the pile in- indispen-
sable, 850 to 359.

tying down of widows, 120, 329,
353, 357, 359.
Raghunandana on, 338 to 342.
Manu deprecates, 325.
Mitakshara on, 338.

Shastras do not imperatively en-
join, 366.

custom, cannot be defended on
the ground of, 354, 355.
not excellent as proceeding from
desire of pleasure, 327 to 330,
369, 370.

good only for those who do not
desire final beatitude, 338.
ascetic life of widows preferred,
350, 351.

petition against-to Parliament
479, 480.

TEXTS regarding-

Angira, 323.

Brahma Purana, 324.
Gotama, 324.

Skanda Purana, 342.
Vyasa, 324.

Rig Veda, text of, in favour of-
discussed, 327.

its genuineness questioned, 368.
CONCREMATION—

ceremony described, 371.
what it is in practice, 356.
sankalpa of, 327.

praised only because it leads to
rewards, 327.

texts in favour of, 323 to 324.
POSTCREMATION-

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CHRIST-(See Jesus.)
the mercy of God, 100.
CHRISTIANS--

961

should not be hated, 212.
pay greater attention to dogmas
than to Christ's teaching, 919.
early Christians, discord among,
610 to 612.

CHRISTIANITY-(see Missions.)
early Christianity, what it was,
610, 627 to 629.

corrupted by the polytheistical
notions of pagans, 600.

prevailing polytheistical belief
the cause of the success of the
Trinitarians over Arians, 610.
true-free from polytheism, 675.
essential characteristic of, 483.
incarnation of Christ ridiculed,
890 to 908.

Rammohun Roy's view of, 920.
various opinions about, 483, 484.
discord between Roman Catholics
and Protestants, 611.

dogmas, cause of strife and
bloodshed, 609 to 611.

dogmas not essential to religion,
612.

preaching of dogmas no good,
560.

dogmas of Trinity polytheistical,
174.

converts, condition of, 877 to 879,
557-558.

conversion, motives for, 558, 878.
prospects of, 875 to 885.

measure of success in India,
877 to 879.

rejection by the people of India,
causes of, 881.

utility of schools for the spread
of, 883.

reasons of a Hindu for rejecting,
187 to 198.

CIRCUIT COURTS. See Courts.

CIVIL SERVANTS-

age of, 264, 303.
education of, 264, 207, 303.

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COLLECTOR-

qualification of, 282, 283.
powers of, 283.

duties of, 291, 293.

should not have the power of
Magistrates, 283.
COMMANDMENTS—

against murder extended 488.
against adultery extended, 488.
two great commandments, 518,
525.

the object of all-to teach our
duty to our fellow-creatures,
553.

COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE,
duties of, 259.

separation of the office from that
of the judge, 254.

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CORNWALLIS, MARQUIS OF -—
licy, 236.

Judicial and Revenue system
of-praised, 254.

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT—
only the judges of circuit should
have the power of inflicting-
and not the Magistrates, 262.
COURT

native lawyers attached to, 242
to 246, 260, 262.
publicity of, 241, 257.
language of, 241, 242.
English preferable to Persian as
court language, 242.

corruption and bribery in, 244, 245.
COMPANY'S COURTS--

defects of, 239 to 241.

remedies of the defects, 216 to
250.

delays in, 255, 256.

causes of and remedy for such
delays, 255 to 256.

COURT-Contd.

general opinion regarding,245, 246.
irregularities in the proceedings
how remedied, 256 to 258.
CIRCUIT COURTS--
judges of, 253.

duties of judges, 259, 260.
evil of making revenue commis-
sioners judges of, 253.

See Supreme Court, Sudder De-
wani Adalut, Judges, Assessor's,
Jury.

CRIMINAL LAW (See Codifica-
tion.)

founded on the Muhammadan
Criminal Law, 261, 262.
CULTIVATOR. See Ryot.
COUNCIL OF NICE.
See Trinity.
CUSTOM--

always changing in Bengal, 70
to 71.

when to be followed according
to Skanda Purana, 353.
DAUGHTER-(Sce Marriage.)
rights to property according to
Manu, Vrihaspati, Yajnyaval-
kya, Vishnu, Dayabhaga, Kat-
yayana, 376, 377, 380, 381, 382.
DAVID-

his name associated with that
of God, 616.

holy one, called the, 650; 775.
god's first born, called the, 651.
DAYABHA GA-(See Mother,
Daughter.)

Where it differs from the Mitak-
shara, 389 to 394.
DAYATATWA. (See Mother.)

DEATH-

of the wise, 30.

of the idolater, 76.

DEITY (See God, Supreme Being,
Vedanta.)

celestial gods described them-
selves as Deity in self-forget-
fulness, in contemplation, 11, 12.

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intercourse with, beneficial to the
country, 917.

limited control of courts over,
285.
pleaders, 317.

possess

an undue advantage
over natives for having ready
access to the authorities, 317.
SETTLEMENT IN INDIA BY--
beneficial, 284, 285, 315, 316.
paper on, 315 to 320.

speech by Rammohun Roy on, 917.
only higher and better classes
to be permitted to settle, 284,
317.

in the Hill Stations, 319.
remedies for the evils of, 317 to
319.

jury ought to be composed im-
partially of both natives and
Europeans, 317.

EUROPEAN
Judges.

JUDGES.-See

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