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THEOLOGY & ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY.
BOOK of Enoch the Prophet, an Apocryphal Production,
translated from an Ethiopic M. S. in theBodleianLibrary;
by Archbishop Lawrence. 1821. New Translation of the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, with
a Commentary and an Appendix of Various Dissertations;
by the Rev. Moses Stuart, M.A. 1833. Spanish New Testament. Madrid, 1823.
2.—Dictionaries of the Holy Scriptures.
Under this head no Book! hare entered the Library since the Publication of the last Catalogue, (vide page 5.)
3.—Introductions to the Study of the Holy Scriptures,
An Authentic Account of our Authorized Translations of the
Apocalypse of St. John, or Prophecy of the Rise, Progress,
Biblical Researches and Travels in Russia, including a Tour in the Crimea, and the Passage of the Caucasus, with
Observations on the State of the Rabbinical and Karaite
0.| li Discourses on the Prophecies, in which are considered, its
Genesis sive Mosis Prophetae Leber Primus ex Translationc
0.| || Helon's Pilgrimage to Jerusalem, or Picture of Judaism in the
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1181 | D.j ![ Manual of Notes upon the New Testament, collected from Sermons, Charges, and Theological Treatises, shewing, in conformity to the Sacred Text, The Doctrines of the United Church of England and Ireland. 1832. New Translation of the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, with a Commentary and an Appendix of Various Dissertation; by the Rev. Moses Stuart, M. A. 1833. 0.| 18,19:| Observation, Letters, &c.: on the circulation of the Apocrypha;
by the British and Foreign Bible Society. 1825. 0.| i| Oriental Illustrations of the Sacred Scriptures; collected from the Customs, Manners, Rites, Superstitions, Traditions, Parabolical, Idiomatical, and Proverbial forms of Speech, Climate, Works of Art, and Literature of the Hindoos, during a Residence in the East, of nearly 14 years; by Joseph Roberts. 1835. 0.| II Reasons of the Laws of Moses, from the "More Novochim" of Maimonides, with Notes, Dissertations, and a Life of the Author; by James Townley, D. D. 1827. Reccnsio Synoptica Annotationes Sacra, being a Critical Digest, and Synoptical Arrangement of the Most Important Annotations on the New Testaments, Exegetical, Philogical, and Doctrinal: carefully collected and condensed from the best Commentators, both Ancient and Modern, and so digested as to form one consistent Body of Annotations, in which each portion is Systematically attributed to its respective Author, and the Foreign Matter translated into English, the whole accompanied with a copious body of Original Annotations; by the Rev. S. T. Bloomfield. 8 vols. 1826-28. Sacred History of the World, as Displayed in the Creation, and Subsequent Events to the Deluge; by Sharon Turner. F.S. A. 2 vols. 1833. D.| | Signs of the Times, as denoted by the Fulfilment of Historical
Predictions traced down from the Babylonish Captivity to the present Time; by the Rev. Alex. Keith. 2 vols.
Ed in. 1833.
0,| , State of the printed Hebrew Text of the Old Testament con
sidered ;—two Dissertations; by the Rev. B. Kcnnicott, D. D. . Or ford, 1/53-59.
Theology of the early Patriarchs, illustrated by an Appeal to
Treatise on the Origin of Expiatory Sacrifice; by George
Vindication of John, ch. i. v. 7, from the objections of M.
Veracity of the Five Books of Moses, argued from the undesigned Coincidences to be found in them when compared in their several parts; by the Rev. J. J. Blunt.
See alio Cox'» Oullina of Lectures on the Book of Job, and Smith'i Pour MmM on the Sacrifice and Priesthood of Jena Christ, Section 5.— Some Publication* under Section 4, will alio be found connected with the above, al!o Sfemoiri respecting the tranilation of the Holy Scriptures into the Language! of India, Sec. 6, and Milner'i Church Bistory, Sec. t.
4.—Defences of Natural and Revealed Religion;
Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, &c.; by Josiah
An Argument to Prove the Trnth of the Christian Revelation;
Book of Churches and Sects; or, The Opinions of all Deno-
of the Priesthood, an Argument in Three Parts, by
the Rev. Thomas Stratten. 1830.
Book of the Roman Catholic Church, in a Series of Letters,
(See Book <W the Church under Ecclesiastical History, Sec. 8, of
Accusations of History against the Church of Home,
Bridgewater Treatises; On the Adaptation of External Nature to the Moral and Intellectual Constitution of Man; by the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D. D. 2 vols. 1833. Causes of the Corruption of Christianity; by the Rev. R. Vaughan, Professor of Ancient and Modern History in the University of London. 1834.