Tracts Theological and Ecclesiastical
John Henry Newman

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Revised November, 2002.
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   I. Dissertatiunculæ Quatuor Critico-Theologicæ      1.

  II. 

On the Text of the Epistles of St. Ignatius

   93.

 III. 

Causes of the Rise and Successes of Arianism

 137.

 IV. 

The Heresy of Apollinaris

 301.

  V. 

St. Cyril's Formula, [mia physis sesarkomene
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 329.
 357.

 VI. 

The Ordo de Tempore in the Breviary

 383.

VII. 

History of the Text of the Douay Version of Scripture  

 403.

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{iii} ON collecting into one volume Tracts written at long intervals of time from each other, with the use of various libraries, and of different editions of the Fathers, I have some anxiety lest, in consequence, mistakes should be found in my references, in spite of the great pains I have taken to make them accurate. However, I give here, to the best of my power, a list of the Editions I have followed:—

Africanus, apud Routh. Relliqu. Sacr. t. ii.
Ambrosius, Paris. 1686, &c. ed. Benedict. seu. Maurin.
Anastasius Sinaita, Ingolstad. 1606, Gretser.
Athanasius, Paris. 1698 (Montfaucon), Maurin.
Athenagoras, Venet. 1747, Maurin.
Augustinus, Paris. 1689, &c. Maurin.
Basilius Magnus, Paris. 1721, &c. Maurin.
Basilius Seleuc. Paris. 1622, Dausque.
Bibliotheca Patrum, Colon. 1618.
—— Paris. Quart. 1624.
—— Lugdun. Max. 1677.
—— Venet. 1765, &c. Galland.
Chrysostomus Joannes, Paris. 1718, &c. (Montfaucon), Maurin.
Clemens Alex. Oxon. 1715, Potter.
{iv} Collectanea Monumentorum, Romæ, 1698, Zacagn.
Collectio Nova Patrum, Paris. 1706 (Montfaucon), Maurin.
Conciliorum Collectio Regia, Paris. 1715, Harduin.
Concilium Antiochenum, ap. Routh. Rell. S. t. ii.
Cyprianus, Venet. 1758, Maurin.
Cyrillus Alex. Lutet. 1638, Aubert.
Cyrillus Hieros. Paris. 1720, Maurin.
Damascenus Joannes, Venet. 1748, Lequien.
Didymus, Bonon. 1769, Mingarelli.
Dionysius Alex. ap. Athan. et Rell. S. Routh. t. iii.
Dionysius Rom. ibid.
Ephraëm, ap. Photium.
Epiphanius, Colon. 1682, Petav.
Epistola ad Diognetum, ap. Justin. Opp.
Epistolæ Pontif. Roman. Paris. 1721 (Coustant.), Maurin.
Eulogius, ap. Photium.
Eusebius, Histor. Eccles. Amstelod. 1695, Vales.
—— Laud. Constant. Amstelod. 1695, Vales.
—— Præpar. Colon. 1688.
—— Demonstr. Colon. 1688.
—— c. Marcell. &c. Colon. 1688.
Euthymius, Lips. 1792, Matthæi.
Facundus, ap. Opp. Sirmondi, t. ii.
Gregorius Nazianz. Paris. 1778, 1840, Maurin.
Gregorius Neocæsar. (Thaumaturg.) Paris. 1622.
Gregorius Nyssen, Opp. Paris. 1615, &c.
—— Antirrhet. ap. Collectan. Zacagn.
Hieronymus, Venet. 1766, Vallars.
{v} Hilarius Pictav. Paris. 1693, Maurin.
Hippolytus, Opp. Hamburg. 1716, Fabric.
—— c. Noëtum, ap. Opuscula, Routh.
—— Elenchus, Oxon. 1851, Miller.
Incerti Dialogi, ap. Athan. Opp. t. ii.
Irenæus, Venet. 1734, Maurin.
Isidorus Pelus. Paris. 1638.
Justinus Mart. Venet. 1747, Maurin.
Lactantius, Lutet. 1748, Dufresnoi.
Leo Magnus, Venet. 1753, &c. Ballerin.
Leontius, ap. Bibl. P. Colon. et Venet. Galland. et Thesaur. Canis. t. i.
Malchion, ap. Rell. S. Routh. t. ii.
Maximus, Paris. 1675, Combefis.
Melito, ap. Rell, S. Routh. t. i.
Mercator, Paris. 1673, Garner.
Methodius, ap. Bibl. P. Venet. Galland. t. iii.
Novatianus, Londini, 1728, Jackson.
Opera Varia Sirmondi, Venet. 1728, La Baume.
Opuscula Eccles. Oxon. 1832, Routh.
Origenes, Paris. 1733, &c. Maurin.
Philo, Francofurt. 1691.
Phœbadius, ap. Bibl. P. Venet. Galland. t. v.
Photius, Rothomag. 1653, Schott.
Plotinus, Oxon. 1835, Creuzer.
Proclus, Romæ, 1630, Riccard.
Relliquiæ Sacræ Patrum, Oxon. 1814, &c. Routh.
Rusticus, ap. Bibl. P. Colon. t. vi.
Socrates, Amstelod. 1695, Vales.
Sozomenus, Amstelod. 1695, Vales.
{vi} Tatianus, Venet. 1747, Maurin.
Tertullianus, Lutet. 1641, Rigalt.
Theodoretus, Opp. Halæ, 1769, &c. Schulze.
—— Hist. Eccl. Amstelod. 1695, Vales.
Theophilus, Venet. 1747, Maurin.
Thesaurus Eccles. Canisii, Antverp. 1725, Basnage.
Victorinus, ap. Bibl: P. Venet. Galland. t. viii.
Vigilius Thaps. ap. Bibl. P. Lugdun. t. viii.
Vincentius Lirin. ap. Bibl. P. Venet. Galland. t. x.
Zeno, Veron. 1739, Ballerin.

I thus complete the references made in the following places to Theodoret's Hist. Eccles.:—

Infr. p. 84, ed. Vales, ii. 27, p. 113,
                  ed. Schulze, ii. 23, p. 898.
Infr. p. 86, ed. Vales, ii. 8, p. 81,
                  ed. Schulze, ii. 6, p. 844.
Infr. p. 88, ed. Vales, i. 4, p. 15,
                  ed. Schulze, i. 3, p. 740.
Infr. p. 89, ed. Vales, ii. 22, p. 103,
                  ed. Schulze, ii. 17, p. 883.

I take this opportunity of acknowledging the special obligations I am under to the Rev. Fr. Henry Bittleston of this Oratory, as regards this and other of the new editions of my Volumes, for the service he has done me in bringing to my notice, as the proof sheets came down to me, various inaccuracies both of thought and language which required correction.

BIRMINGHAM,
January 5, 1874.

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Made by the Author for this Edition.

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203     2 too also
204   25 becoming its First-born becoming, as He has become, its
First-born
205     2 formation typical order.
209   24 and the External Arianism and the External, Arianism
229   13 as a categorical as used for a categorical
234     3 equal equal
243   19 if the second eight supposing the second eight
"  20 Son of God Son of God
"  25 one one
"  27 what all, what all
"  28 to say with Gregory, to say with Gregory,
244   14 what they do not profess
to hold;
what, as I have shown, they even do
not profess to hold;
245   11 inquiring into, by the text, inquiring into, is symbolised by the text,
    "  26 The writers of And again, the writers of
246     1 certainly not by Egyptians,  certainly not by Egyptians,
247   22 the eternal if, with Origen,   the Eternal, supposing, with Origen,
248   24 he substitutes Bull substitutes
250   15 Word Word
258   10 of the Word of the Word
259   19 found to found substantially to agree

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TRACTS

THEOLOGICAL AND ECCLESIASTICAL

 

BY

JOHN HENRY CARDINAL NEWMAN

 

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