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suggesting occasionally a reconsideration of some question, or a fuller treatment of difficult passages, and the like.
Beyond this he has not attempted to interfere, feeling it better that each Commentary should have its own individual character, and being convinced that freshness and variety of treatment are more than a compensation for any lack of uniformity in the Series.
DEANERY, PETERBOROUGH, 14th Feb. 1880.
Chapter I. The Life of S. John.......................
Chapter V. The Characteristics of the Gospel
Chapter IX. The Literature of the Gospel.........
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PALESTINE IN THE TIME OF OUR
PLAN OF JERUSALEM
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