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THE MISSING FRAGMENT OF THE LATIN TRANSLATION OF THE FOURTH BOOK OF EZRA, discovered, and edited with an Introduction and Notes, and a facsimile of the MS., by ROBERT L. BENSLY, M.A. Sub-Librarian of the Universiiy Library, and Reader in Hebrew, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. Demy Quarto. Cloth, 1os.
“Edited with true scholarly complete- added a new chapter to the Bible, and, startness."--Westminster Review.
ling as the statement may at first sight ap“ Wer sich je mit dem 4 Buche Esra pear, it is no exaggeration of the actual fact, eingehender beschäftigt hat, wird durch die if by the Bible we understand that of the obige, in jeder Beziehung musterhafte Pub- larger size which contains the. Apocrypha, lication in freudiges Erstaunen versetzt wer- and if the Second Book of Esdras can be den.”—Theologische Literaturzeitung: fairly called a part of the Apocrypha.”
It has been said of this book that it has Saturday Review.
THEOLOGY-(ANCIENT). SAYINGS OF THE JEWISH FATHERS, comprising Pirqe Aboth and Pereq R. Meir in Hebrew and English, with Critical and Illustrative Notes. By CHARLES TAYLOR, M.A. Fellow and Divinity Lecturer of St John's College, Cambridge, and Honorary Fellow of King's College, London. Demy 8vo. cloth. IOS.
“The most promising mode of rendering is of ancient date, claiming to contain the its [the Talmud) valuable parts accessible dicta of teachers who flourished from B.C. 200 seems to be that of the separate publication to the same year of our era.
The precise of the more important tracts with a transla- time of its conipilation in its present form is, tion and critical apparatus.
This is what of course, in doubt. Mr Taylor's explanaMr Charles Taylor has achieved for the tory and illustrative commentary is very full interesting Mishnah tract Masseketh Aboth and satisfactory.”—Spectator. or Pirque Aboth, which title he paraphrases “If we mistake not, this is the first preas “Sayings of the Fathers." These fathers
cise translation into the English language are Rabbis who established schools and taught
accompanied by scholarly notes, of any porin the period from two centuries before to
tion of the Talmud. In other words, it is two centuries after Christ. They are the
the first instance of that most valuable and men who, living in the age immediately
neglected portion of Jewish literature being succeeding the completion of the Hebrew
treated in the same way as a Greek classic Canon of Scripture, were first able to look
in an ordinary critical edition. .. The Talon that Scripture as a whole and to compare
mudic books, which have been so strangely passage with passage, discover the bearing
neglected, we foresee will be the most imof one assertion on another, and thus work out the first system of Biblical interpretation,
portant aids of the future for the proper un
derstanding of the Bible. .. The Sayings of theology, and ethics. Their system was in
the Jewish Fathers may claim to be scholarfull vigour in the time of Christ, and was
ly, and, moreover, of a scholarship unusually duly imparted to all students--among others,
thorough and finished. It is greatly to be of course, to our Lord Himself and to the learned Pharisee, St Paul. To a large ex
hoped that this instalment is an earnest of
future work in the same direction; the Taltent it was accepted in the early ages of the
mud is a mine that will take years to work Christian Church, and, through the authority
out.”—Dublin University Magazine. conceded to the Fathers of the Church, became the unquestioned and orthodox system “A careful and thorough edition which of interpretation till modern times. Hence does credit to English scholarship, of a short it is peculiarly incumbent on those who look treatise from the Mishna, containing a series to Jerome or Origen for their theology or of sentences or maxims ascribed mostly to exegesis to learn something of their Jewish Jewish teachers immediately preceding, or predecessors. The New Testament abounds immediately following the Christian era. with sayings which remarkably coincide with, Mr Taylor has his treasure-house replete or closely resemble, those of the Jewish with Rabbinic lore, and the entire volume Fathers; and these latter probably would (especially the “Excursuses') is full of most furnish more satisfactory and frequent illus- interesting matter. We would also call trations of its text than the Old Testament. special attention to the frequent illustration -Saturday Review.
of phrases and ideas occurring in the New “ The Masseketh Aboth' stands at the Testament.”—Contemporary Review. head of Hebrew non-canonical writings. It
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THEODORE OF MOPSUESTIA. The Latin version of the Commentary on St Paul's Epistles, with the Greek Fragments, newly collated by the Rev. H. B. SWETE, B.D. Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. [In the Press.
SANCTI IRENÆI EPISCOPI LUGDUNENSIS libros quinque adversus Hæreses, versione Latina cum Codicibus Claromontano ac Arundeliano denuo collata, præmissa de placitis Gnosticorum prolusione, fragmenta necnon Græce, Syriace, Armeniace, commentatione perpetua et indicibus variis edidit W. WIGAN HARVEY, S.T.B. Collegii Regalis olim Socius. 2 Vols. Demy Octavo. 18s.
M. MINUCII FELICIS OCTAVIUS. The text newly revised from the original MS., with an English Commentary, Analysis, Introduction, and Copious Indices. Edited by H. A. HOLDEN, LL.D. Head Master of Ipswich School, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Crown Oćtavo. 7s. 6d.
THEOPHILI EPISCOPI ANTIOCHENSIS
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THEOPHYLACTI IN EVANGELIUM
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TERTULLIANUS DE CORONA MILITIS, DE
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WORKS OF ISAAC BARROW, compared with the Original MSS., enlarged with Materials hitherto unpublished. A new Edition, by A. NAPIER, M.A. of Trinity College, Vicar of Holkham, Norfolk. 9 Vols. Demy Octavo. £3. 35.
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PEARSON'S EXPOSITION OF THE CREED, edited by TEMPLE CHEVALLIER, B.D. late Fellow and Tutor of St Catharine's College, Cambridge. Second Edition. Demy Octavo.
AN ANALYSIS OF THE EXPOSITION OF
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WHEATLY ON THE COMMON PRAYER, edited by G. E. CORRIE, D.D. Master of Jesus College, Examining Chaplain to the late Lord Bishop of Ely. Demy Octavo. 7s. 6d.
CÆSAR MORGAN'S INVESTIGATION OF THE
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TWO FORMS OF PRAYER OF THE TIME OF QUEEN ELIZABETH. Now First Reprinted. Demy Octavo. 6d.
“From Collections and Notes' 1867- of Occasional Forms of Prayer, but it had 1876, by W. Carew Hazlitt (p. 340), we learn been lost sight of for 200 years. that—A very remarkable volume, in the kindness of the present possessor of this original vellum cover, and containing 25 valuable volume, containing in all 25 distinct Forms of Prayer of the reign of Elizabeth, publications, I am enabled to reprint in the each with the autograph of Humphrey Dyson, following pages the two Forms of Prayer has lately fallen into the hands of my friend supposed to have been lost.”—Extract from Mr H. Pyne. It is mentioned specially in the PREFACE, the Preface to the Parker Society's volume
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"It is necessary to vindicate the distinccollected and published from his papers after tion of these men, because history hitherto his death, are, in my opinion, much the most has hardly done justice to them. They have considerable work left to us by this Cambridge been forgotten amidst the more noisy parties School (the Cambridge Platonists). They of their time, between whom they sought to have a right to a place in English literary mediate.... What they really did for the cause history."--Mr MATTHEW ARNOLD, in the of religious thought has never been adeContemporary Review.
quately appreciated. They worked with too “Of all the products of the Cambridge little combination and consistency. But it is School, the 'Select Discourses' are perhaps impossible in any real study of the age not to the highest, as they are the most accessible recognise the significance of their labours, or and the most widely appreciated...and indeed to fail to see how much the higher movement no spiritually thoughtful mind can read them of the national mind was due to them, while unmoved. They carry us so directly into an others carried the religious and civil struggle atmosphere of divine philosophy, luminous forward to its sterner issues.”—Principal with the richest lights of meditative genius... Tulloch, Rational Theology in England He was one of those rare thinkers in whom in the 17th Century. largeness of view, and depth, and wealth of “We may instance Mr Henry Griffin poetic and speculative insight, only served to Williams's revised edition of Mr John Smith's evoke more fully the religious spirit, and Select Discourses,' which have won Mr while he drew the mould of his thought from Matthew Arnold's admiration, as an example Plotinus, he vivified the substance of it from of worthy work for an University Press to St Paul.”
THE HOMILIES, with Various Readings, and the Quotations from the Fathers given at length in the Original Languages. Edited by G. E. CORRIE, D.D. Master of Jesus College. Demy Octavo. 75. 6d.
DE OBLIGATIONE CONSCIENTIÆ
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ARCHBISHOP USHER'S ANSWER TO A JESUIT, with other Tracts on Popery. Edited by J. SCHOLEFIELD, M.A. late Regius Professor of Greek in the University. Demy Octavo. 75. 6d.
WILSON'S ILLUSTRATION OF THE METHOD of explaining the New Testament, by the early opinions of Jews and Christians concerning Christ. Edited by T. TURTON, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Ely. Demy Octavo. 55.
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“The six selected Orations, aided by limits, though we can hardly conceive a task introductions and notes which supply all more useful to the classical or professional that is needed for understanding the original scholar than to make one for himself..... text, will place clearly before the student It is a great boon to those who set themsome tolerably complete pictures of life and selves to unravel the thread of arguments lawsuits at Athens in the fourth century B.C. pro and con to have the aid of Mr Sandys's For those who are preparing for the Cam- excellent running commentary .... and no bridge Tripos, the assistance which this
say that he is
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form a sound estimate of the rights of the .. the edition reflects credit on
. [The speeches against Conon Cambridge scholarship, and ought to be ex- and Callicles) seem to us eminently to detensively used."-Athenæum.
serve introduction into higher school read“In this volume we have six of Demo- ing; if read with the notes and comments sthenes' private speeches, well selected and of the edition before us, they would give very carefully edited. The notes are very the tiro no vague idea of life as it was in full and minute, and the introductions to the Demosthenic Athens and Attica. speeches will reward careful study."-Spec- It is long since we have come upon a work tator.
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