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This PUBLICATION WILL BE comprised in A LiMrTED NUMBER or
BY CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A. . Professor in the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
THE CONSISTENCY OF THE WHOLE SCHEME OF REVELA. TION WITH ITSELF, AND WITH HUMAN REASON.
THE LIVES OF THE CONTIN ENT A L REFORMERS No. I. LIFE OF MARTIN LUTHER.
By Hugh JAMEs Rose, B.D.
T H E LATER D A Y S OF T H E J E W ISH POLITY:
with a copious Introduction and Notes (chiefly derived from the Talmudists and Rabbinical Writers). With a view to illustrate the Language, the Manners, and general Historv cf the New Thost AMENT.
By Thomas Mitch ELL, Esq. A.M.
HISTORY OF THE CHURCH IN IR EL AND.
By C. R. ELRINGto N, D.D.
THE DIVINE ORIGIN OF THE CHRISTIAN REVELATION
demonstrated in an analytical Inquiry into the Evidence on which the Belief of Christianity has been established.
By WillIAM Row E Ly Ali., M.A. Archdeacon of Colchester, and Rector of Fairstead and Weeley in Essex.
HISTORY OF THE REFORMED RELIGION IN FRANCE.
By Edwarn SM Epi. Ev, M.A.
comprising a Particular Account of the Liturgy of the Church of ENGLAND.
By Henry John Rosk, B.D.
HISTORY OF THE CHURCH J N S COTL AND,
By Michael Russkli, Ll,.D.
By JAMEs Nichols, F.S.A.