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B. HARRIS COWPER,

EDITOR 07 THB KBW TRSTAMRNT IX GREEK FROM CODBX A J A STRIAC Q]

CONTENTS.

The Codex Sinaiticus 1

Memoirs Of Bossuet 17

Notes Of A Visit To Malta. (by The
Late Bet. John Chapman) 34

Ren An;—Lis Histobiens Critiques De
Jebus 51

The Importance Of Linguistic Prepa-
Ration Tor Missionaries In Gene-
Ral, With Some Remarks On Chris-
Tian Literature In Eastern Ver-
Naculars. (by The Rev. Charles
H. H. Wright) 62

The Buddhist Scriptures And Their
Language, The Pali 78

The Bible As The Word Of God 99

Exegesis Of Difficult Texts 107

Anecdota Sybiaca. (by Wm. Wright,

Esq.) 115

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The Samaritan Pentateuch 131

Obituary.—Dr. Edward Robinson 140

Correspondence :—The earlier Chapters
of the First Booh of Esdras, and of the
Eleventh Booh of the Jewish Antiquities
of Josephus; Revelation and Science;
Notes on Romans iii. 3—9; Bible Diffi-
culties ; Reading the Cursings and Bless-
ings to the Israelites; Juddtis Grand-
sons; On the Antiquity of the name
Jehovah; On the Goddess Nanaw; The
English Bible and Dr. Benisch; "Pamph-
lets;" Dr. Davidson's Introduction; Dr.
Hincks on Manetho; Date of the Apoca-

lypse ,. 143

Notices Of Books 187

Miscellanies 210

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NOTICE.

The Journal Of Saobed Litebatttbe was founded by the late
Dr. Kitto, who had long projected such a publication, and who edited
the first eleven volumes. No. I. appeared in January, 1848, and the
issue has since been continued. There was room and need for a
journal of this description, a journal which should be more select and
scientific than religious magazines, and more comprehensive and
detailed than the religious quarterlies. Such organs are not rare
upon the Continent, and similar ones exist in this country in con-
nexion with almost every science. But theological students in Eng-
land had no journal to call their own till this was started, and they
have no other now. Its contents include Dissertations, Reviews,
Correspondence, and Intelligence. According to the original plan
these were thus specified :—

1. Original Essays in Biblical History, Geography, Natural

History, Antiquities, etc.

2. Biography.

3. Biblical Bibliography, including—

a. Reviews of all new English and Foreign books of importance

in theological literature.
o. Reviews and Synoptical Notices of valuable foreign books not

new.

c. Accounts of unpublished or unfinished manuscripts in Biblical

science.

d. Critical Notices.

e. Quarterly lists of publications, with an annual resume, clas-

sified.

4. Expositions of Passages of Sobiptuee.

5. Philological Essays.

6. Ecclesiastical History.

7. Tbanslations and Beprints.

8. Oriental Litebattjbe.

9. Cobbespondence.

10. Biblical Intelligence, etc., etc.

This plan is not perfect, but it is liberal and comprehensive, and
may always serve as a basis for the work. The relative importance
of the several items will vary with circumstances, and some will
rarely invite our attention. It is intended to give especial promin-
ence to such subjects in Biblical science as are connected with current
religious discussions. The basis of the Journal has uniformly been
what may be truly called Catholic; it has at the same time been dis-
tinctively Protestant and orthodox. It has encouraged free scientific
inquiries, and so long as they are free from mere sectarian polemics
or party rancour, it will continue to encourage them. The candour
and impartiality which has distinguished it has gathered around it

No. VI.—New Series.

JULY, 1863.

THE

JOURNAL

OF

SACRED LITERATURE

AND

BIBLICAL RECORD.

EDITED BY

B. HARRIS COW PER,

EDITOR OF THE SEW TESTAMENT IN GREEK FROM CODEX A} A SYRIAC GRAMMAR, ETC.

CONTE

Canon Stanley's Lectures On The

* Jewish Church 257

Isaiah Xviii., Translation And Notes . 273
A Sermon: By The Rev. Gilbert White

Of Selborne 297

Exegesis Of Difficult Passages 304

The Betrayal Of Our Lord 319

Jethiopic Liturgies And Hymns.
(translated By The Rev. J. M.

Rodwell) 337

Inspiration. (by Dr. Tholuck) 353

Contributions To Modern Ecclesias-
Tical History. No. 1 366

Introduction To The Rabbinic Bible:
By Jacob Ben Chajim 382

NTS.

Correspondence :—The Earlier Chapters
of the First Book of Esdras, and of the
Eleventh Book of the Jewish Antiquities
o/Josephus; Biblical Chronology; The
Hare as a Buminant; Rumination of
the Hare; John the Baptist's knowledge
of Jesus previous to the Baptism of the
latter; Description of a JIS. JZthiopic
Octateuch; Anecdota Syriaca; Biblical
Chronology; Bible Difficulties—Psalm
xlix. 3; Israelite. Population at the
Exodus; John xix. 10, 11; Acts xii. 20
—22; 'The English Bible and Dr. Be-
nisch; Date of Codex Sinaiticus; Xotes
on Mark ix. 43,50; Sinaitic Inscriptions;

Ethiopic Language and Literature 413

Notices Of Books 454

Miscellanies :— The Sivionides' Controversy, etc., etc 478

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