ORIGIN OF THE WALDENSES, AND THE TESTIMONY GIVEN OF THEIR FAITH AND PROBITY.
I. God at all times hath raised up laborers for the Assemblies of his Saints. The period when Waldo began to teach, and his success. Who Waldo was, and those Christians who were called Waldenses.
II. The dispersion of Waldo and his disciples was the means which God made use of to spread the doctrine of Waldo almost throughout all Europe.
III. The names which their adversaries applied to the Waldenses, and the crimes of which their enemies maliciously accused them.
IV. The Waldenses are cleared from obloquy by their own writings.
V. Testimony given to the Piety, Probity, and Learning of the Waldenses, by their adversaries.
VI. Testimony concerning the Waldenses by distinguished professors of the Reformed Churches.
VII. Peter Waldo and the Waldenses left Books behind them, which manifest their faith and characters.
VIII. The enemies of the Waldenses acknowledge that their doctrine was agreeable to the religious creed and principles of the Reformation.
IX. Enumeration of the Pastors of the Churches who instructed the Waldenses, during several hundred years, as far as they have come to our knowledge.
X. The Pastors of the Waldensian Churches; their vocation, and the zeal and fidelity with which they fulfilled their charge.
XI. Epistle of pastor Bartholomew Tertian to the Waldensian Churches of Pragela.
XII. Confessions of the faith of the Waldenses.
XIII. The Athanasian Creed in the ancient vernacular Waldensian language.
BOOK HISTORY OF THE WALDENSES; AND OF THEIR VARIOUS DISPERSIOS I. The adversaries of the Waldenses; the methods, and the time of their persecutions.
II. The Inquisition; and its Inventors. The Subtilty and Cruelty by which the Waldenses thereby were tormented.
III. The Persecutions of the Waldensian Churches in Dauphiny.
IV. The sufferings of the Waldensian Churches in Piedmont.
V. The last Persecutions with which the Waldensian Christians were afflicted who dwelt in the valleys of Maties and Meane, and the Marquisate of Saluces.
VI. The Persecutions of the Waldenses who occupied the New Lands.
VII. The Waldenses of Calabria.
VIII. The Waldenses in Provence.
IX. The Waldenses in Bohemia.
X. The Waldenses in Austria.
XI. The Waldenses in Germany.
XII. The Waldenses in England, with their persecutions.
XIII. The Waldenses in Flanders.
XIV. The Waldenses in Poland XV. Persecution of the Waldenses at Paris.
XVI. The Waldenses in Italy, and their anguish.
XVII. The persecutions of the Waldenses, who were scattered abroad at Constantinople, and Philadelphia; and throughout Bulgaria, Croatia, Dalmatia, Diagonicia, Greece, Livonia, Sarmatin, and Sclavonia.
XVIII. The Waldenses in Spain, and their Persecutions.
XIX. Conclusion of the History of the Waldenses.
BOOK HISTORICAL NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS