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THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, &c. THE CAMBRIDGE PARAGRAPH BIBLE of the Authorized English Version, with the Text Revised by a Collation of its Early and other Principal Editions, the Use of the Italic Type made uniform, the Marginal References remodelled, and a Critical Introduction prefixed, by the Rev. F. H. SCRIVENER, M.A., LL.D., Editor of the Greek Testament, Codex Augiensis, &c., and one of the Revisers of the Authorized Version. Crown Quarto, cloth, gilt, 215. From the Times.
and of such features as the marginal notes, “Students of the Bible should be particu
the use of italic type, and the changes of orlarly grateful to (thc Cambridge University
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GREEK AND ENGLISH TESTAMENT, in parallel Columns on the same page. Edited by J. SCHOLEFIELD, M.A. late Regius Professor of Greek in the University. Small Octavo. New Edition, with the Marginal References as arranged and revised by Dr SÇRIVENER. Cloth, red edges. 7s. 6d.
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of the particular volume now was not himself permitted to execute his before us, we can only say it is worthy of its scheme; he died before it was completed two predecessors. We repeat that the serfor St Matthew. The edition of that Gospel vice rendered to the study of Anglo-Saxon was finished by Mr., subsequently Arch- by this Synoptic collection cannot easily be deacon, Hardwick. The remaining Gospels overstated." --Contemporary Review,
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“Edited with true scholarly complete- added a new chapter to the Bible, and, start. ness."--Westminster Review.
ling as the statement may at first sight ap“Wer sich je mit dem 4 Buche Esra pear, it is no exaggeration of the actual fact, eingehender beschäftigt hat, wird durch die if by the Bible we understand that of the obige, in jeder Beziehung musterhafte Pub- larger size which contains the Apocrypha, lication in freudiges Erstaunen versetzt wer- and if the Second Book of Esdras can be den."-- Theologische Literaturzeitung: fairly called a part of the Apocrypha."
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THEOLOGY-(ANCIENT). SAYINGS OF THE JEWISH FATHERS, comprising Pirqe Aboth and Pereq R. Meir in Hebrew and English, with Critical and Illustrative Notes. By CHARLES TAYLOR, M.A. Fellow and Divinity Lecturer of St John's College, Cambridge, and Honorary Fellow of King's College, London. Demy 8vo. cloth. IOS.
“It is peculiarly incumbent on those who accompanied by scholarly notes, of any porlook to Jerome or Origen for their theology or tion of the Talmud. In other words, it is exegesis to learn something of their Jewish the first instance of that most valuable and predecessors. The New Testament abounds neglected portion of Jewish literature being with sayings which remarkably coincide with, treated in the same way as a Greek classic or closely resemble, those of the Jewish in an ordinary critical edition. .. The Tal. Fathers; and these latter probably would mudic books, which have been so strangely furnish more satisfactory and frequent illus- neglected, we foresee will be the most imtrations of its text than the Old Testament.' portant aids of the future for the proper un. -Saturday Review.
derstanding of the Bible. .. The Sayings of “The Masseketh Aboth' stands at the the Jewish Fathers may claim to be scholarhead of Hebrew non-canonical writings. It ly, and, moreover, of a scholarship unusually is of ancient date, claiming to contain the thorough and finished.”—Dublin Univers dicta of teachers who flourished from B.C. 200 sity Magazine. to the same year of our era. The precise
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ON THE MINOR EPISTLES OF S. PAUL. The Latin Version with the Greek Fragments, edited from the MSS. with Notes and an Introduction, by H. B. SWETE, D.D., Rector of Ashdon, Essex, and late Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. In Two Volumes. Vol. I., containing the Introduction, with Facsimiles of the MSS., and the Commentary upon Galatians-Colossians. Demy Octavo. I2s.
“One result of this disappearance of the Swete has prepared himself for his task by a works of Diodorus, which his Arian oppo- serious study of the literature and history nents did their utmost to destroy, is to render which are connected with it; and he has promore conspicuous the figure of Theodore. duced a volume of high value to the student, From the point of view of scientific exegesis not merely of the theology of the fourth and there is no figure in all antiquity more in- fifth centuries, but of the effect of this theoteresting."-The Expositor,
logy on the later developments of doctrine “In dem oben verzeichneten Buche liegt and methods of interpretation, in the ages uns die erste Hälfte einer vollständigen, immediately following, and in the middle ebenso sorgfältig gearbeiteten wie schön ages.
"-Guardian. ausgestatteten Ausgabe des Commentars mit "Auf Grund dieser Quellen ist der Text ausführlichen Prolegomena und reichhaltigen bei Swete mit musterhafter Akribie hergekritischen und erläuternden Anmerkungen stellt. Aber auch sonst hat der Herausgeber vor."--Literarisches Centralblatt.
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VOLUME II. In the Press.