Internal evidence goes far to establish the credit which Eusebius lends
Chapter I.--Subject of which we write.
Chapter II.--The wonderful constancy of the martyrs.
Chapter III.--The constancy of Germanicus. The death of Polycarp is demanded.
Chapter IV.--Quintus the apostate.
Chapter V.--The departure and vision of Polycarp.
Chapter VI.--Polycarp is betrayed by a servant.
Chapter VII.--Polycarp is found by his pursuers.
Chapter VIII.--Polycarp is brought into the city.
Chapter IX.--Polycarp refuses to revile Christ.
Chapter X.--Polycarp confesses himself a Christian.
Chapter XI.--No threats have any effect on Polycarp.
Chapter XII.--Polycarp is sentenced to be burned.
Chapter XIII.--The funeral pile is erected.
Chapter XIV.--The prayer of Polycarp.
Chapter XV.--Polycarp is not injured by the fire.
Chapter XVI.--Polycarp is pierced by a dagger.
Chapter XVII.--The Christians are refused Polycarp's body.
Chapter XVIII.--The body of Polycarp is burned.
Chapter XIX.--Praise of the martyr Polycarp.
Chapter XX.--This epistle is to be transmitted to the brethren.
Chapter XXI.--The date of the martyrdom.