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Rct. Robert Montgomery.
THE GOSPEL in ADVANCE of the AGE: being a Homily for the Times. By the Rev. Robert Montgomery, M.A., Oxon., Minister of Percy Chapel, London, Author of "Christ our All in All," "Luther on the Spirit of the Reformation," "The Messiah," Sec &c. Third Edition, Revised, Re-arranged, and considerably Augmented. 8vo, 12s., cloih.
"This most eloquent work is a ' homily for the times.' The language is eloquent, and the style simple and beautiful."—Church Warder.
"A remarkable and powerful work, wherein there is much that is most valuable and full of thought and originality: some passages on the baptismal doctrine would do honour to any pen." —Scotiish Magazine.
"Instinct with talent, with powerful reasoning, and with noble elevation of thought."—Morning Herald.
Rev. W. Trollope.
THE GREEK LITURGY of ST JAMES. Edited with an English Introduction and Notes, together with a Latin Version of the Syriac Copy, and the Greek Text restored to its Original Purity, and accompanied by a Literal English Translation. By the Rev. W. Trollope, M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge. 8vo, 4s., cloth.
.' We have now before us all the materials for correct information."—Church of England Quarterly.
"An elaborate and learned publicaiion."—Cambridge Chrcnicle.
"Evidently the fruit of great care, of much patient research, of an amateur devotion to the subject, and sound learning.—Cambridge Advertiser.
"A most valuable literary labour."—BeWs Weekly Messenger.
Rev. A. Itavidson.
QACRED HERMENEUTICS DEVELOPED and APPLIED, including a HIS° TORY of BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION from the EARLIEST of the FATHERS to the REFORMATION. By the Rev. Sameel Dav1dson, LL.D., Author of " Lectures on Biblical Criticism." 8vo, price 21s., cloth.
"Nothing seems to be left undone which could be brought within the prescribed limiis, and all thai has been done appears to be well done, and treated in an intelligent and masterly manner. Dr D., we are sure, will not be offended at our expressing regret that he does not belong to our own Church, and that the work did not proceed from Oxford or Cambridge, to either of which it would have done honour."—Church of England Quarterly Review.
Dr E. Robinson.
A GREEK and ENGLISH LEXICON of the NEW TESTAMENT. By Edward Rob1nson, D.D., late Prof. Extraord. of Sac. Lit. in the Theol. Sem., Andover. A new and improved edition, revised by Alexander Negr1s, Professor of Greek Literature, and by the Rev. John Dencan, D.D., Professor of Oriental Languages in the New College, Edinburgh. One thick vol., 8vo, price 1 Ss.
Rev. John Anderson.
CHRONICLES of the KIRK; or, SCENES and STORIES from the HISTORY ^ of the CHURCH of SCOTLAND from the EARLIEST PERIOD to the SECOND REFORMATION. For the Young. By the Rev. John Anderson, Minister of ihe Free Church, Helensburgh, Auihor of the " Fooisteps of the Flock," &c. 6s. cloth, or 6s. 6d. gilt edges.
"Iis gracefulness and brevity give it much adaptation for its purpose."—Briiish Quarterly Review.
"A very attractive volume—tho design and execution are alike admirable."— Ulster Bonner.
TRANSLATION of HERMANN VENEMAS INEDITED INSTITUTES of THEOLOGY. By the Rev. Alex. W. Brown, Minister of Free St Bernard's Church, Edinburgh. 8vo, 8s. 6d., cloth.
"A learned divine and godly man. We must express our conviction that the translator has enriched our English theology with a work far superior to many which are held in high estimation, and we expect U will be accepted as such by students and divines."—Nonconformist.
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