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HISTORY, ECCLESIASTICAL.—(Continued.)
5. CONNECTIONS.
SHUCKFORD, (8.) Connection of Sacred and Profane History. 2 vols. 8vo, 30s.

London, 1819 PRIDEAUX, (H.) Connection of the History of the Old and New Testaments. 2 vols. 8vo, 208.

London, 1838 RUSSELL, (M.) Connection of Sacred and Profane History. 3 vols. 8vo, 428.

London, 1827 HOSEA.

HORSLEY, (S.) Hosea ; transl. from the Hebrew, with Notes, Explanatory and Critical. 2d edn. 4to.

London, 1804 STUCK, (J. C.) Hoseas Propheta. 8vo.

Lipsiæ, 1828

HUGUENOTS.
BROWNING, (W. S.) History of the Huguenots, from 1598 to 1838. 8vo, 68.

London, 1842 THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION in France ; or, the History of the Huguenots. 2 vols. 8vo, with Portraits from Original Paintings, &c., 308.

London, 1847

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HYMNS.

CHANDLER, (J.) Hymns of the Primitive Church, now first collected, arranged and
translated. 12mo, 58.

London.
HYMNS translated from the Parisian Breviary. 18mo, 58. 6d.
HYMNS OF THE CHURCH, pointed as they are to be Chanted, set to Music by Thos.
Tallis. 12mo, 28.

London, 1846
DANIEL, (H. A.) Thesaurus Hymnologicus, sive hymnorum canticorum sequentiarum

circa annum M.D. usitatarum collectio amplissima. Vols. 1-%-, 188. Lips., 1838-44

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INQUISITION
LLORENTE, (J. A.) History of the Inquisition of Spain. 8vo, 158.

London.
See LIMBORCH, Historia Inquisitionis. Gonsalvu, Inqnisitionis Hispanicæ Artes, eto.

INTERPRETATION.

CONYBEARE, (J. J.) Sermons at Bampton Lecture, 1824, being an attempt to trace the

History and to ascertain the Limits of the Secondary and Spiritual Interpretation of Scripture. 8vo.

Oron., 1824 DAVIDSON, (S.) Sacred Hermeneutics Developed and Applied : including a History of Biblical Interpretation from the Earliest of the Fathers to the Reformation. 8vo, 21s.

Edinb., 1843 See KLAUSEN, Hermeneutik des Neuen Test. 1841. WILKE, Die Hermeneutik des

Neuen Testamen. Systemat, dargestellt. 1843. SCHLEIERMACHER Hermeneutik und Kritik mit besonder Bezeihung auf das Neuen Test. heraus. von Lücke, 1838.

INTRODUCTIONS.
I. GENERAL.

HORNE, (T. H.) An Introduction to the Critical study and Knowledge of the Holy

Scriptures, by T. H. Horne. 9th edition, corrected and enlarged. 5 vols. 8vo, maps and fac-similes. 639.

London, 1846 A Compendious Introduction to the Study of the Bible. 6th edn. 12mo, 9s.

London, 1839 BICKERSTETH, (E.) A Scripture Help, designed to assist in reading the Bible Profitably. 8vo, and 12mo.

London, CARPENTER, (W.) Biblical Companion, or Introduction to the Reading and Study of the Holy Scriptures. imp. 8vo, 188.

London, 1836 COLLYER, (D.) Sacred Interpreter: or a Practical Introduction towards a beneficial reading and thorough understanding of the Holy Bible. 12th edn. 8vo, maps, 108. 6d.

Ozford, 1831 See JANSSEN's Hermeneut, Sacr. Stow's Introduct.

II. OLD TEST.

DEWETTE, (W. M. L.) A Critical and Historical Introduction to the Canonical Scrip

tures of the Old Testament. Transl. from the German, and enlarged by Theo. Parker. *2 vols. 8vo.

Boston, 1843

INTRODUCTIONS.—(Continued.)

JAHN, (J.) Intro. to the 0. T. Translated from the Latin and German Works of Jann,

by Saml. Turner, D.D., and the Rev. W. R. Whittingham. 8vo. New-York, 1827 EICHORN, (J. G.) Einleitung ins Alte Testament. 4 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1823-24 HÄVERNICK, (H. A. C.) Handb. der Histor. Krit. Einleitung in das Alte Testament. Vol. 1, 8vo.

Erlanger, 1837

III. New TEST.

HUG, (J. L.) An Introduction to the Writings of the New Testament. Transl. by D.
Fosdick, Jr., with Notes by Prof. Stuart. Evo.

Andover, 1837 MICHAELIS, (J. D.) An Introduction to the New Testament. Translated by H. Marsh. 4 vols. 8vo.

Camb., 1818 See GRAY & PERCY's Key. STEIGER's Intro. Générale aux Livres du Nouveaux

Test. 8vo. Geneve et Paris, 1837.

ISAIAH.
LOWTH, (R.) Isaiah, a new Translation, with Notes, &c. Ilth edn. 8vo, 6s.

London, 1835 HENDERSON, (E.) The Book of the Prophet Isaiah. Transl. with a Commentary, etc. 8vo.

London, 1840 BARNES, (A.) Notes ; Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah. 2 vols. 12mo.

New-York, 1847 JENOUR, (A.) The Book of the Prophet Isaiah, translated from the Hebrew ; with Criti

cal and Explanatory Notes, and Practical Remarks; to which is prefixed, a Preliminary

Dissertation on the Nature and Use of Prophecy. 2 vols. 8vo, 248. London, 1840 JONES, (J.) Isaiah, translated from the Hebrew Text of Van der Hooght. 12mo, 58.

Orford, 1830 GESENIUS, (W.) Der Prophet Jesaia Ubers. u. mit einen vollständ. philolog. Krit, a. Histor. Commentar begleitet. 3 vols. 8vo, 328.

Leipzig, 1821-99 HENDEWERK, (C. L.) des Propheten Jesaja Weissagungen übersetz. a. erklärt. 2 vols. 8vo, 20s.

Konigs., 1838-44 HITZIG, (F.) der Prophet Jesaja übersetz. 0. ausgelegt. 8vo. 158.

Heidelb., 1833 See UMBREIT'S Commentar. ALEXANDER's Isaiah. 2 vols.

JAMES.

MANTON, (T.) Commentary, with Notes, on the Epistle of James. 8vo, 58. London.
SUMNER, (BP.) Exposition of St. James, Peter, &c. 8vo, 9s.

London, 1840

JEREMIAH.

BLAYNEY, (B.) Jeremiah and Lamentations : a New Translation, with Notes, Critical,
Philological, and Explanatory. 8vo.

London, 1836
See UMBREIT's Commentar, Vol. 2.

JERUSALEM, (See PALESTINE.)

WILLIAMS, (G.). The Holy City; or, Historical and Topographical Notices of Jerusalem: with some Account of its Antiquities and its preseni Condition. With numerons Illustrations, from Sketches by the Rev. W. F. Witts. 8vo, 18s.

London, 1845 BARTLETT. Walks about the City and Environs of Jerusalem. 8vo, plates and woodcuts, 108. 6d.

London, 1844 THE HISTORY of the Temple of Jerusalem. Translated from the Arabic of the Imán Jalal-Addin Al Siuti, with Notes and Dissertations by the Rev. J. Reynolds. 8vo, 158. (Oriental Translation Fund.)

London, 1836 ARUNDALE, (F.) Illustrations of Jerusalem and Mount Sinai; including the most inter

esting sites between Grand Cairo and Beirout : with a descriptive account of his Tour and Residence in those remarkable Countries. 22 plates. 4to, 248.

London, KIEPERT. (H.) Map of Jerusalem, beautifully printed in colours. With Text (in German) by E. G. Schultz. Imperial folio, 98. 6d.

Berlin See DR. ROBINSON's Researches. DR. Wilson's Lands of the Bible. Helor's

Pilgrimage to Jerusalem. CATHERWOOD's Map of Jerusalem, etc.

.

JESUITS.

DULLER, (E.) Jesuits as they were and as they are. Transl. from the German. 12mo. 38. 6d.

London, 1845 CRETINEAU-JOLY. Histoire religieuse, politique et littéraire de la Compagnie de Jésus, composé sur les documents inédits et authentiques. 2e édn. 6 vols. 12mo, portraits, f 2.

Paris, 1846

JESUITS.-(Continued.)

COLLOMBET. Histoire critique et générale de la Sappression des Jésuites au dix-huitième siècle. 2 vols. 8vo, 12s.

Lyons, 1845 INSTITUTUM SOCIETATIS JESU, ex Decreto Congregationis Generalis XIV. in ordinem digestum, auctum, ac denuò recusum. 2 vols. fol.

Prage, 1805 See Secreta Monita Societatis Jesu. 12mo, 1763.

JEWS, HISTORY OF.

JOSEPHUS. The Works of Josephus. A new translation, by the Rev. R. Traill, D. D.

With Notes, Explanatory Essays, and Pictorial Illustrations. Edited by Isaac Taylor. vol. 1, roy. 8vo, 23 plates, 218.

London and New York, 1847 The same, transl. by W. Whiston, ed. by the Rev. H. Stebbing. imp. 8vo, illust., 258.

London, 1841 do. 8vo, 128.; and 2 vols. 8vo, illust., 148.

London. JAHN, (J.) The History of the Hebrew Commonwealth from the Earliest Times to the

Destruction of Jerusalem, A. D. 72. Transl. by C. E. Stowe. 8vo. Andover, 1846 MILMAN, (H. H.) The History of the Jews. 3 vols. 18mo.

New-York, 1834 PRIDEAUX, (H.) The Old and New Testament connected in the History of the Jews

and Neighbouring Nations, from the declension of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah to the Time of Christ. 2 vols. 8vo, 198.

Oron., 1838 TOWNLEY, (J.) The Reasons of the Laws of Moses, from the Mone Nevochim of Maimonides. With Notes, &c. 8vo.

London, 1827
LEWIS, (T.) Antiquities of the Hebrew Republic. 3 vols. 8vo, 278. Οτοπ., 1834
FLEURY, (C.) Manners of the Ancient Israelites. 8vo, 108.

London, 1820
OUTRAM, (W.) On the Sacrifices of the Jews. 8vo, 9s.
ALLEN, (J.) Modem Judaism : or a brief Account of the Opinions, Traditions, Rites, and
Ceremonies of the Jews in Modern Times. 8vo.

London, 1830 JOST, (J. M.) Geschichte der Israeliten seit d. Zeit der Maccabier bis auf unsere Tage. 9 vols. 8vo.

Berlin, 1824-29 The same, translated. (In press.)

Nero-York, H. Bros. Allgemeine Geschichte des Israelitischen Volkes, sowohl seines zweimalig Staatslebens, als auch der zerstreuten Gemeinden u. Sekten, bis in die neueste Zeit, in gedränger Uebersicht, znnächst für Staatsmänner, Rechtsgelehrte, Geistliche a. wissenschaftl. gebildete Leser, aus den Quellen bearbeit. 2 vols. 8vo.

Berlin, 1831 EWALD, (G. H.) Geschichte des Volkes Israel bis Christus. 3 vols. 8vo. Gotting., 1843– BASNAGE, (J.) Histoire des Juifs depuis Jésus Christ. 15 vols. 8vo, (best edition).

A la Haye, 1716 The same, translated. fol.

London, 1708 MICHAELIS, (J. D.) Commentaries on the Laws of Moses. Transl. by A. Smith, D.D. 4 vols, 8vo.

London, 1814 BAUER, (G. L.) Handbuch d. Gesch. d. hebräischen Nation, von ihrer Entstehung bis zur Zerstörung ihres Staats. 8vo.

Nuremburg, 1800-4 Lehrbuch d. hebr. Alterthümer d. A. u. N. Testaments.

Leipzig, 1797 CAPEFIGUE, (B. H. R.) Histoire philosophique des Juifs, depuis la décadence des Machabées jusqu'à nos jours. 8vo.

Paris, 1838 HEBRAISCHE MYTHOLOGIE d. A. a. N. Testaments, a. Parallele aus d. Mythologie anderer Völker, von G. L. Bauer. 8vo.

Leipzig, 1802

JOB.

Sr. GREGORY. Morals on the Book of Job. vols. 1-2, each 158. 8vo. Oton., 1845

(Library of the Fathers.) CARYL, (J.) Exposition, with Practical Observations, on the Book of Job. fol. 1676 GOOD, (J. M.) The Book of Job, literally translated from the original Hebrew, and restored to its natural arrangement, etc. 8vo.

London, 1812 UMBREIT, (F. W. C.) A New Version of the Book of Job; with Notes, &c. Transl. by the Rev. J. H. Grey. 2 vols. 12mo.

Edinb., 1836–37 (Biblical Cabinet.) LEE, (S., D.D.) The Book of the Patriarch Job, transl., with Notes, &c. 8vo.

London, 1837 WEMYSS, (T.) Job and his Times. 8vo.

1838 DAVIES, (E.) Thoughts and Conjectures relative to the Book and History of Job. 4to.

London, 1839 (In the 20 Part of vol. 3 of Trans. of the Royal Society of Literature.)

JOB.—(Continued.)

BARNES, (A.) Notes, Critical, Ilustrative, and Practical, on the Book of Job, with : new translation, &c. 2 vols. 12mo.

New-York, 1844 EWALD, (G. H. Die Poetischen Bücher des alten Bundes. vol. 3, d. Buch Hiob. 8vo, 58.

Stutt., 1836 See ROSENMUELLER's Scholia in Vet. Test, etc.

8vo.

JOHN.

CATENA AUREA: Commentary on the Four Gospels, collected out of the Works of the

Fathers. By S. Thomas Aquinas. Vol. 4, St. John. Evo, 178. 6d. Oxford, 1845 HUTCHESON, (G.) An Exposition of the Gospel of Jesus Christ according to John. imp.

Edinb., 1810 SUMNER, (Bp.) A Practical Exposition of the Gospel of St. John. 3d ed. 850, 98.

London, 1838 THOLUCK, (A.) A Commentary on the Gospel of John, transl. by A. Kaufman. 8vo.

Boston, 1836 - Comment zur Evang. Johannis. 6th ed. (Durchgängig neue Ausarbeitung). Evo, 7s.

Hamb., 1843 TITTMAN, (C. C.) Sacred Meditations ; or, a Commentary on the Gospel of St. John. Translated from the Latin by J. Young. 2 vols., 158.

Edinb., 1844 (Biblical Cabinet.) LAMPE, F. A.) Commentarios, Analytico-exegeticus tam literalis quam realis, Evang. sec. Johannem. 3 vols. 4to.

Basle, 1795-37 LÜCKE, (G. C. F.) Commentar über die Schriften des Evangelisten Johannis. 4 vols. Evo, 458.

Bonn, 1839-43 See ROSENMUELLER's Scholia in Nov. Test.

JONAH.

SIBTHORPE, (R. W.) Pulpit Recollections ; being Notes on Lectures on the Book of
Jonah, with a new transl. sm. 8vo.

London, 1835
PRESTON, (M. M.) Parochial Lectures on the Book of Jonah. 12mo.

1840 PEDDIE, (J.) Pract. Ex pos. of the Book of Jonah. 12mo.

Edinb., 1843 See ABBOTT, Lectures on Jonah. 4to, 1613. KING, Lect. upon Jonas. 4to, 1618.

JONES, Jonah's Portrait. 1818. CUNNINGHAM, Six Lectures on the Book of Jonah, sm. 8vo, 1633. RANDALL's Sermons on the Books of Joel, Jonah, &c. 8vo, 1843.

JUSTIFICATION.

BULL, (Bp.) Harmonia Apostolica ; or, Two Dissertations: in the former of which the

Doctrine of St. James on Justification by Works is Explained and Defended; in the latter, the Agreement of St. Paul with St. James is cleady shewn. 2d ed. 2 vols. 8vo, 188.

Orford, 1845 FABER, (G. 8.) Primitive Doctrine of Justification investigated, with a special reference to the Opinions of the late Mr. Knox. 2d ed. 8vo, 12s.

London, 1839 HEURTLEY, (C. A.) Justification : Eight Sermons preached before the University of Oxford, in the year 1845, at the Lectare founded by the late Canon Bampton. 8vo, $s.

Ozford, 1846 DAVENANT, (BP.) A Treatise on Justification; or, the Dispntatio de Jastitia Habituali

et Actuali of the Right Rev. J. Davenant, D. D., Bishop of Salisbury. Published first in the year 1631, and now translated from the original Latin ; tógther with translations of the “ Determinationes " of the same Prelate. By the Rev. J. Allport. 2 vols. 8vo, 248.

London, 1844 NEWMAN, (J. H.) Lectures on Justification. 4vo, 108. 6d.

1838

KORAN.—(See page 27.)

LENT.
GUNNING, (Bp.) On the Pascal or Lent Fast. 8vo, 9s.

Oron., 1845
(Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology.)
AVRILLON. Guide for Passing Lent Holily, in which is found, for each day, Advice as

to Practice, a Meditation and Thoughts on the Gospel for the day, and Passages from the Holy Scriptures and Fathers : with a Collect, and one Point in the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ. Translated from the French, and adapted to the use of the English Church. 12mo, 78.

London, 1844 HOOK, (W.F.) Short Meditations. ? vols. 18mo, 12.

1846-7

LIBRARY OF ANGLO-CATHOLIC THEOLOGY,
8vo.

Oxford, v. y.
ANDREWS, (Bp.) Bermons. 5 vols
BEVERIDGE, (BP.) Works. 8 vols.
BRAMHALL, (ABP.) Works. 5 vols.
BULL, (BP.) On Justification. 2 vols.
GUNNING on the Pascal or Lent Feast.
HAMMOND'S Practical Catechism.
HICKES, (G.) Two Treatises, on the Christian Priesthood, and on the Dignity of the

Episcopal Order.
JOHNSON, (John.) Theological Works. vol. 1.
LAUD, (ABP.) The Works of.
L'ESTRANGE'S Alliance of Divine Offices.
MARSHALL'S Penitential Discipline.
NICHOLSON, (BP.) On the Catechism.
OVERALL, (Bp.) Convocation Book.
THORNDIKE, (H.) Theological Works. 4 vols.

LIBRARY OF THE FATHERS.—(See page 329.)

LITURGIES.
HOWLETT, (H.) Instructions for Reading the Liturgy. 8vo, 98.

London, 1826
GARRICK'S Instructions for Reading the Liturgy; with Notes, and a Discourse on Public
Reading, by Richard Cull, Tutor in Elocution. 8vo, 5s. 6d.

London. BRETT, (T.) Collection of the Principal Liturgies used by the Christian Church in the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Transl. 8vo, 108. 6d.

London, 1838 KEELING, (W.) Liturgia Britannica, or the several editions of the Book of Common

Prayer of the Church of England, from its compilation to the last revision, together with the Liturgy set forth for the use of the Church of Scotland, arranged to shew their respective Variations. 8vo, 218.

London. This work comprises the two Books of King Edward VI. ; the Book of Queen Eliza

beth; the Liturgy, as revised after the Hampton Court and Savoy Conferences re spectively; and the Scotch Service Book of 1637; with their Variations. The Arrangement is such that any one of the six Liturgies may be read at full length,

and in the order of the original editions. MASKELL, (W.) The Ancient Liturgy of the Church of England according to the Uses

of Sarum, Bangor, York, and Hereford, and the Modern Roman Liturgy, arranged in Parallel Columns. 2d ed. 8vo, 158.

London, 1846 Monumenta Ritualia Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ ; or, Occasional Offices of the Church of England according to the Ancient Use of Salisbury: the Prymer in English, and other

Prayers and Forms. With Dissertations and Notes. 3 vols. 8vo, 30s. London, 1846-47 CARDWELL, (E.) The two Books of Common Prayer, set forth by authority of Parliament in the Reign of Edward the VIth compared with each other. 8vo, As.

Oxford, 1838 PALMER, (W.) Origines Liturgicæ ; or, Antiquities of the English Ritual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies. 4th ed. 2 vols. 8vo, 188.

London, 1845 CARDWELL (E.) A History of Conferences and other Proceedings connected with the

Revision of the Book of Common Prayer, from 1558 to 1690. 8vo, 78. 6d. Oron., 1841 SHARP, (T.) The Rubric in the Book of Common Prayer, and the Canons of the Church of England, so far as they relate to the Parochial Clergy. 8vo, 6s.

Oron. HARRISON, (B.) An Historical Inquiry into the True Interpretation of the Rubrics in

the Book of Common Prayer, respecting the Sermon and the Communion Service. 8vo, 108. 60.

London, 1845 JEBB, (J.), Practical Theology; comprising Discourses on the Liturgy and Principles of the United Church of England and Ireland ; Critical and other Tracts; and a Speech delivered in the House of Peers in 1824. 2d edn. 2 vols. 8vo, 248.

London, 1837 HOLE, (M.) Practical Discourses on all the Parts and Offices of the Liturgy of the Church of England. New edition, 4 vols. 8vo, £2. 28.

London, 1838 BENNETT, (W.J. E.) The Principles of the Book of Common Prayer Considered : a

Series of Lecture Sermons, uniform with the “Distinctive Errors of Romanism.” 8vo, 128.

London. MANT, (BISHOP.) Horæ Liturgicæ ; containing-1. Liturgical Discrepancy, its Extent, Evil, and Remedy, in Two Letters to the Clergy of his Diocese. 2. Liturgical Harmony, its Obligations, Means, and Security against Error, whether Popish or Puritanical, in a Charge to Candidates for Holy Orders. 38. 6d.

London, 1845 WARTER, (J. W.) The Teaching of the Prayer Book. svo, 70.0d. :

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