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THOMAS CLARK, 38. GEORGE STREET;
J. G. & F. RIVINGTON, LONDON;
AND W. CURRY, JUN. & CO. DUBLIN.
NEW TESTAMENT DIALECT.
WITH AN APPENDIX,
A DISSERTATION ON THE GREEK ARTICLE.
PROFESSOR OF SACRED LITERATURE IN THE THEOLOGICAL
THOMAS CLARK, 38. GEORGE STREET.
THIS Volume of the BIBLICAL CABINET contains that portion of Professor Stuart's Grammar of the New Testament Dialect, which embraces the SYNTAX, together with a separate treatise on the Greek Article, which it was thought would form an interesting sequel.
The first and second parts of the author's Grammar, which treat,-I. Of Letters and their Changes,-II. Grammatical Forms and Flections, have been omitted, from the conviction that they would have greatly increased the expense of the work, without any corresponding benefit to the British theological student.
The following excerpt from the author's Preface, will explain his views of the importance and utility of an accurate knowledge of the New Testament dialect to the theological student :