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Page 6 - History of the Articles of Religion ; to which is added a Series of Documents from AD 1536 to AD 1615. Ed. by Rev. F. Proctor. NS HENRY'S (Matthew) Exposition of the Book of Psalms. Numerous Woodcuts. PEARSON (John, DD) Exposition of the Creed.
Page 1 - The Greek Testament : with a critically revised Text ; a Digest of Various Readings ; Marginal References to Verbal and Idiomatic Usage ; Prolegomena ;"and a Critical and Exegetical Commentary. For the Use of Theological Students and Ministers. By HENRY ALFORD, DD, Dean of Canterbury. Vol. I., containing the Four Gospels.
Page 8 - PEARSON, DD, late Lord Bishop of Chester. Compiled, with some additional matter occasionally interspersed, for the use of the Students of Bishop's College, Calcutta, by WH MILL, DD late Principal of Bishop's College, and Regius...
Page 8 - Annotations on the Acts of the Apostles. Original and selected. Designed principally for the use of Candidates for the Ordinary BA Degree, Students for Holy Orders, &c., with College and Senate-House Examination Papers. By the Rev. TR MASKEW, MA Second Edition, enlarged. 12mo. 5».
Page 153 - and darkness of mind must be dispelled, not by the rays of the sun and glittering shafts of day, but by the aspect and the law of nature.
Page 2 - When human life to view lay foully prostrate upon earth crushed down under the weight of religion, who showed her head from the quarters of heaven with hideous aspect lowering upon mortals, a man of Greece1 ventured first to lift up his mortal eyes to her face and first to withstand her to her face.
Page 2 - Cause 2 ig — 76 meanwhile the savage works of war to be lulled to rest throughout all seas and lands; for thou alone canst bless mankind with calm peace, seeing that Mavors lord of battle controls the savage works of war...
Page 3 - This work, in illustration of the biography of notable and eminent men who have been members of the University of Cambridge, comprehends notices of : — 1. Authors. 2. Cardinals, archbishops, bishops, abbots, heads of religious houses and other church dignitaries. 3. Statesmen, diplomatists, military and naval commanders.
Page 2 - A Concise Grammar of the Arabic Language. Revised by SHEIKH ALI NADY EL BARRANY. By WJ BEAMONT, MA Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Incumbent of St Michael's, Cambridge, sometime Principal of the English College Jerusalem. Price 7«. A Syriac Grammar. By G. PHILLIPS, DD, President of Queens
Page 135 - It follows that with good reason the earth has gotten the name of mother, since all things have been produced out of the earth. And many living creatures even now spring out of the earth taking form by rains and the heat of the sun. It is therefore the less strange if at that time they sprang up more in number and larger in size, having come to maturity in the freshness of earth and ether. First of all the race of fowls and the various birds would leave their eggs, hatched in the...