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NUMBERS AND DEUTERONOMY,
THE VERSION OF THE LXX.
Translated into English,
WITH NOTICES OF ITS OMISSIONS AND INSERTIONS,
NOTES ON THE PASSAGES IN WHICH IT DIFFERS
FROM OUR AUTHORISED TRANSLATION.
THE HON. AND VERY REV.
HENRY E. J. HOWARD, D.D.
DEAN OF LICHFIELD.
101. f.717 .
I NOW offer to the Biblical Student the two remaining Books of Moses, Numbers and Deuteronomy, in completion of the Pentateuch, as exhibited in the Septuagint Version, and trust that this further contribution towards the elucidation of Holy Scripture may be not unfavourably received. As my method of proceeding in this Volume is the same as that which I have adopted in its two predecessors, nothing seems necessary to be added to what I have already said regarding it: but as its last sheets were passing through the press, a book of a very interesting character has come under my notice, and I am desirous of saying a few words upon it here. Its
it here. Its author is the Rev. Dr Wall, Vice-Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, and its object to shew that the Vowel Letters,