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Syndics of the Cambridge University Press, “Students of the Bible should be particu- an edition of the English Bible, according to larly grateful to (the Cambridge University the text of 1611, revised by a comparison with Press) for having produced, with the able as- later issues on principles stated by him in his sistance of Dr Scrivener, a complete critical Introduction. Here he enters at length into edition of the Authorized Version of the Eng- the history of the chief editions of the version, lish Bible, an edition such as, to use the words and of such features as the marginal notes, of the Editor, 'would have been executed
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THE CAMBRIDGE PARAGRAPH BIBLE. STUDENT'S EDITION, on good writing paper, with one column of print and wide margin to each page for MS. notes. This edition will be found of great use to those who are engaged in the task of Biblical criticism. Two Vols. Crown 4to. gilt. 315. 6d. THE LECTIONARY BIBLE, WITH APOCRYPHA, divided into Sections adapted to the Calendar and Tables of Lessons of 1871. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.
THE BOOK OF ECCLESIASTES, With Notes and Introduction. By the Very Rev. E. H. PLUMPTRE, D.D., Dean of Wells. Large Paper Edition. Demy 8vo. 75. 6d.
“No one can say that the Old Testament which we can point in English exegesis of is a dull or worn-out subject after reading the Old Testament; indeed, even Delitzsch, this singularly attractive and also instructive whose pride it is to leave no source of illuscommentary. Its wealth of literary and his- tration unexplored, is far inferior on this head torical illustration surpasses anything to to Dr Plumptre."—Academy, Sept. 10, 1881.
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FASCICULUS III. Nearly ready. GREEK AND ENGLISH TESTAMENT, in parallel Columns on the same page. Edited by J. SCHOLEFIELD, M.Ā. late Regius Professor of Greek in the University. Small Octavo. New Edition, with the Marginal References as arranged and revised by Dr SCRIVENER. Cloth, red edges. 75. 6d.
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derstanding of the Bible. .. The Sayings of time of its conipilation in its present form is, the Jewish Fathers may claim to be scholarof course, in doubt. Mr Taylor's explana- ly, and, moreover, of a scholarship unusually tory and illustrative commentary is very full thorough and finished.”—Dublin Univers and satisfactory."-Spectator.
sity Magazine. “If we mistake not, this is the first pre- “A careful and thorough edition which cise translation into the English language does credit to English scholarship, of a short accompanied by scholarly notes, of any por- treatise from the Mishna, containing a series tion of the Talmud. In other words, it is of sentences or maxims ascribed mostly to the first instance of that most valuable and Jewish teachers immediately preceding, or neglected portion of Jewish literature being immediately following the Christian era... treated in the same way as a Greek classic -Contemporary Review. THEODORE OF MOPSUESTIA'S COMMENTARY
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bridge and completed at a country rectory.' "Auf Grund dieser Quellen ist der Text - Church Quarterly Review (Jan. 1881). bei Swete mit musterhafter Akribie herge- “Hernn Swete's Leistung ist eine so stellt. Aber auch sonst hat der Herausgeber tüchtige dass wir das Werk in keinen besseren mit unermüdlichem Fleisse und eingehende Händen wissen möchten, und mit den sichster Sachkenntniss sein Werk mit allen den- ersten Erwartungen auf das Gelingen der jenigen Zugaben ausgerüstet, welche bei einer Fortsetzung entgegen sehen.”—Göttingische solchen Text-Ausgabe nur irgend erwartet gelehrte Anzeigen (Sept. 1881). werden können. ... Von den drei HauptVOLUME II., containing the Commentary on i Thessalonians
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