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The late Rev. J. F. Todd was Vicar of Liskeard, Cornwall, for twenty-four years.
He intended to publish this work himself, but was prevented by illness from revising it for the press.
He died in July, 1863. In compliance with the desire of many, who are anxious to have a memento of one whom they highly venerated and sincerely loved as a Pastor and Friend, this Commentary is now issued.
Had the life of the Author been prolonged, this work, no doubt, would have been improved, and in some parts perhaps have been re-arranged. It is printed from the Author's Manuscript without any alterations, except such as were necessary for the correction of clerical errors.
May the Great Head of the Church vouchsafe His blessing
§ I. The Introduction
The charge of Bibliolatry, p. 2. The probable results of Rationalism,
That call and its immediate result; the conversion of Lydia, the baptism of
[1.] Address and apostolic salutation to an organised Church (i. 1, 2),