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rinth, a place celebrated for its wealth, and in which rich men were collected from every part of the world to expend their property with loose women. Hence the proverb, said in reference to those who had not riches to dissipate in debaucheriesου παντος ανδρος ες Κορινθον εσθ' ο πλους : it is not every man that can sail to Corinth. The circumstance, that many men flocked from all parts to purchase beautiful women, and to carry them away, either by force, or money, must appear to give much propriety to this precept of our apostle.
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. F. is of opinion that in 1 Cor. xi. 10. we should read õvagas for åyyénous; but his style is not sufficiently classical.
We must be permitted to inform E. G., that we cannot find an authority for his Παραγγελεύς. .
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H. Li's additional observations came too late to be added to his article.
The list of Early Editions of the Bible is too incomplete to appear. The author may yet add many other editions.
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