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PFEIFFER. [On the Music of the ancient Hebrews by Augustus
A translation of this curious treatise, with notes by the translator, Mr. O. A. Taylor, is given in the sixth volume of the Andover Biblical Repository, pp. 140-172. and 357-411.
16. Medica Sacra: or Short Expositions of the more important Diseases mentioned in the Sacred Writings. By Thomas SHAPTER, M.D. London, 1834. 8vo.
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1. Landscape Illustrations of the Bible, consisting of Views of the most remarkable places mentioned in the Old and New Testaments. From Original Sketches taken on the Spot [by the most eminent modern travellers, British and Foreign], engraved by W. and E. FINDEN: with descriptions by the Rev. Thomas Hartwell HORNE, B.D. London, 1836. 2 vols. 8vo., 4to., or large folio, with proof-engravings on India paper.
Nearly one hundred of the principal scenes mentioned in the Scriptures are delineated in these volumes with equal fidelity and beauty: the descriptions have been drawn up from the manuscript communications of many of the travellers by whom the views were sketched, (all whose names are specified in the work), and from other authentic sources, which are indicated at the close of each description. These Landscape Illustrations were subsequently printed and arranged in the order of books and chapters of Scripture, in three volumes 8vo. intitled" The Biblical Keepsake." London,
2. Syria, the Holy Land, Asia Minor, &c., illustrated in a Series of Views, drawn from nature, by W. H. Bartlett, William Purser, and others. With descriptions by John CARNE, Esq. London, 1838. 3 vols. 4to.
The views delineated in this work are for the most part different from those in the "Landscape Illustrations of the Bible." They are beautifully executed, and the descriptions are well drawn up by Mr. Carne, whose residence in the East some years since fitted him for such an undertaking.
17. Scripture Illustrations: being a Series of Engravings on -steel and wood, illustrative of the Geography and Topography of the Bible. With Explanations and Remarks by the Rev. J. A. LA TROBE, M.A. London, 1838. 4to.
18. Eastern Manners illustrative of the Old Testament History. By the Rev. Robert JAMIESON. Edinburgh, 1836-38. 2 vols.
19. The Oriental Key to the Sacred Scriptures, as they are illustrated by the existing Rites, Usages, and Domestic Manners of Eastern Nations. By M. de CORBETT. London, 1837. 18mo. 20. Twelve Lectures on the connexion between Science and Revealed Religion, delivered in Rome by Nicholas WISEMAN, D.D. London, 1836. 2 vols. 8vo. Reprinted at New York, 1837, in one volume 8vo.
This is one of the most entertaining as well as useful works which learning and ingenuity have produced, for confirming the truth of the Holy Scriptures. The lectures were first delivered, as a course introductory to the study of theology, by Dr. Wiseman, to the pupils in the English college at Rome, an institution for the education of ministers of the Romish Communion in England. In 1835, they were repeated to a large and attentive auditory, and again at London in 1836. "We welcome this book as a valuable and interesting addition to the cumulative department of the Christian Evidences.... The book is executed in a fair and catholic spirit. It might have been expected that the author would be careful to render this work an instrument for advancing the reputation of his own system to the disparagement of others: but it is gratifying in this instance to be able to acquit him of such a design." (Congregational Magazine, March, 1838, pp. 167. 176.)
21. Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures, derived principally from the Manners, Customs, Antiquities, Traditions, and Forms of Speech, Rites, Climate, Works of Art, and Literature, of the Eastern Nations; embodying all that is valuable in the Works of Roberts, Harmer, Burder, Paxton, Chandler, and the most celebrated Oriental Travellers; embracing also the Subject of the Fulfilment of Prophecy, as exhibited by Keith and others. With Descriptions of the Present State of Countries and Places mentioned in the Sacred Writings, illustrated by numerous Landscape Engravings, from Sketches taken on the spot. Edited by the Rev. George BUSH, Professor of Hebrew and Oriental Literature in the New York City University. Brattleboro' [Vermont], 1836. Imperial 8vo.
authors, British and foreign (but principally British). The earlier travellers, whose works were first applied by the Rev. Thos. Harmer to the elucidation of the Scriptures, as well as the more recent researches of Buckingham, Burckhardt, Dr. E. D. Clarke, Chateaubriand, Jowett, De Lamartine, Morier, Niebuhr, Porter, Rich, Roberts, Smith, and Dwight, Seetzen, Volney, and others, have all furnished materials for Mr. Bush's volume. To Mr. Roberts's Oriental Illustrations (page 162. No. 14. supra), and to the "Landscape Illustrations of the Bible" (supra, No. 1.), Mr. Bush has expressed himself more especially indebted. By far the greater part of Mr. R.'s admirable work, as well as of the engravings and descriptions of the "Landscape Illustrations," are incorporated in this volume, which is neatly executed. The texts illustrated are printed in larger type than the Illustrations, which are disposed in the order of the books, chapters, and verses of Scripture.
22. Holy Scripture verified: or, the Divine Authority of the Bible confirmed by an Appeal to Facts of Science, History, and Human Consciousness. By George REDFORD, D.D. LL.D. London, 1837. 8vo.
"This work is a series of lectures, in which, if there be things that, under various shapes, have repeatedly been discussed.... there is likewise a body of evidence, which has rarely, if ever, been applied to the inquiry. The plan and design of the lectures are good; and the points of view, in which the truth of Holy Scripture is exhibited, are numerous and very complete." (Church of England Quarterly Review, July, 1838. p. 350.)
23. Rationalism and Revelation: or, the Testimony of Moral Philosophy, the System of Nature, and the Constitution of Man, to the Truth of the Doctrines of Scripture, in eight Discourses preached before the University of Cambridge, being the Hulsean Lecture for the year 1837. By the Rev. Richard PARKINSON, B.D. London, 1838. 8vo.
This original and important volume contains an able view of the testimonies to the truth of Scripture, furnished by ethical philosophy, the intellectual powers, the ultimate destiny of the body, the relation of men to external things, the relation of men to each other, and by the relation of man to himself.
24. Illustrations of the Bible from the Monuments of Egypt. By W. C. TAYLOR, LL.D. London, 1838. 8vo.
In the sixth edition of this "Introduction to the Critical Study of the Scriptures," published in 1828, Egyptian antiquities were for the first time (at least in this country) applied to the collateral confirmation and illustration of the Holy Scriptures. Since that date, great light has been thrown upon this interesting branch of archæology by the magnificent publications of Signor Rosellini, at Turin, and of M. M. Champollion and Cailliaud, at Paris. By the diligent study of their labours, Dr. Taylor (whose work was published while this sheet was passing through the press) has considerably extended this mode of demonstrating the historical veracity of the sacred writers, by means of the new and undesigned confirmations of their narratives, furnished by the remains of Egyptian art. Nearly three hundred texts of Scripture are more or less explained in this elegantly executed volume, and in a manner equally curious and interesting. A portion of Dr. T.'s work was published in the ably-conducted journal, "The Athenæum", in which his researches excited much and deserved attention. It is now corrected and enlarged, and is illustrated with one hundred well-executed engravings on wood; and it offers a valuable acquisition to the library of every Biblical Student.
In the Saturday Magazine for the years 1837 and 1838 there are several interesting illustrations of Scripture from the remains of Egyptian antiquity; but the most complete view of those reliques of ages long since past (in which are numerous elucidations of Scripture) will be found in the "Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians." By J. G. Wilkinson, Esq., London, 1837, in 3 vols. 8vo.
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9. An arrangement of the Genealogies in the Old Testament and Apocrypha, to which are added, from the same authorities, a Selection of Single Names and Chronological Tables of the Kings of Egypt, Syria, and Assyria: with Notes, critical, philological, and explanatory, and copious Indexes. By the Rev. Gilbert BURRINGTON, M.A. London, 1836. 2 vols. 4to.
This very elaborate work is divided into three parts, viz. The first contains the genealogies of the Old Testament and Apocrypha; the second, a collection of single names mentioned in the Old Testament and Apocrypha, independently of those mentioned in the genealogical tables; and the third, genealogical tables of the kings of Egypt, Syria, and Assyria, mentioned in the Bible. The whole is illustrated by copious notes, critical, philological, and explanatory, which are the result of long and laborious study; and which This volume is avowedly compiled from the works of forty-six materially elucidate many verbal and chronological difficulties.
10. The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, accord-Creation to the Accession of Uzziah, anno B. c. 1810, showing ing to every Family and Tribe, with the Line of our Saviour Jesus Christ observed, from Adam to the Virgin Mary, [containing forty-six engraved Tables, with illustrative letter-press.] By John Payne MORRIS. [Dublin and London], 1837. small folio.
This volume consists of forty very neatly engraved plates, with illustrative letter-press. It is a very considerable improvement upon the genealogical tables published by Speed, and which are now very rarely to be met with. A copious catalogue of names occurring in the Bible terminates the volume.
11. Reflections on the Genealogy of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, as recorded by Saint Matthew and Saint Luke. By David BENHAM. London, 1836. 4to.
12. A Chart of the Lineal Descent of our Lord Jesus Christ. By William WHITTON, Junr. Dublin, 1836. [single sheet] folio.
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16. A Concise System of Hebrew Chronology, in accordance with the Hebrew Text. By James MACFARLANE. Perth, 1835.
17. The Chronology of the Old Testament and its Connexion with Profane History. By George SKENE. Edinburgh, 1836. 8vo.
18. Dissertations on the Duration of our Saviour's Ministry, and the Chronological Arrangement of the Gospel Records: with a descriptive Survey of Palestine in the time of Christ. By Lant CARPENTER, LL.D. Bristol and London, 1836. 8vo.
19. The Fulness of the Times: being an Analysis of the Chronology of the Greek Text of the Seventy; showing that it rests on the Basis of exact Science, and comprehending various Parallel Streams of Time, arranged in great periods of Jubilees and astronomical Cycles, which connect the eras of History and Prophecy with the remotest antediluvian ages, and demonstrate the Divine Origin of the Christian Dispensation..... And containing a Dissertation on the year of our Lord's Nativity, wherein the period of the death of Herod is fixed by an Original Lunar Eclipse. By William CUNINGHAME, Esq. London, 1836. 8vo.
19*. A Supplementary Dissertation on the Sacred Chronology: comprehending a Review of the Controversy as to the date of the Nativity of Christ; an Inquiry into the Chronology of Josephus; and further Elucidations of the Scientific arrangement of the times of the Church and the World. Being Part II. of the Fulness of the Times. By William CUNINGHAME, Esq. London, 1836. 8vo.
20. A Synopsis of Chronology from the era of Creation, according to the Septuagint, to the year 1837, with a discourse on the Astronomical Principles of the Scriptural Times, showing that they comprehend a complete harmony of deeply scientific order and arrangement, demonstrating their exact truth, and evincing that their Author is the Omniscient Creator. By William CUNINGHAME, Esq. London, 1837. 8vo.
their Jubilæan differences at each date, also on the great periods which terminate and mark the year 1838 as the point of time that sums up and concentrates, as in a focus, the Chronology of all past ages, and appears likewise to show the approach of the end. By William CUNINGHAME, Esq. Edinburgh and London, 1838. 8vo.
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27. Judaica: seu Veterum Scriptorum Profanorum de Rebus Judaicis Fragmenta. Collegit Fridericus Carolus MEIER. Jenæ, 1832. 8vo.
This is a very convenient compilation from nineteen classic authors (Greek and Roman), including the Jewish writers, Philo and Josephus, relative to the history, &c. of the Jews. The text is printed from the best editions with a few explanatory notes, where they are necessary, and with marginal notes indicating the subjects discussed by the authors of the several extracts.
28. Origines Biblica; or, Researches on Primeval History. By Charles Tilstone BEKE. Vol. I. London, 1834. 8vo.
This treatise is written with much seriousness and ability. But the author's system is altogether subversive of the established notions of early and indeed of later scriptural geography. For an analysis of this work and a confutation of the author's theory, the reader is necessarily referred to the Quarterly Review, vol. lii. pp.
29. Historia Populi Judaici Biblica usque ad occupationem Palæstinæ, ad Relationes peregrinas examinata et digesta. Auctore Christ. Thorning ENGELSTOFT. Havniæ, 1832. 8vo.
30. Specimen Historico-Theologicum, quo continetur Historia conditionis Judæorum religiosa et moralis, inde ab exsilio Babylonico_usque ad tempora Jesu Christi immutatæ. Scripsit Cornelius Boon. Groninge, 1834. 8vo.
31. A new History of the Holy Bible, from the Beginning of the World to the Establishment of Christianity, with answers to most of the controverted questions, dissertations upon the most remarkable passages, and a Connection of Profane History all along. By Thomas STACKHOUSE, A.M. London, 1752. 2 vols. folio. A new Edition by the Rt. Rev. George Gleig, LL.D. London, 1817. 3 vols. 4to. Also by Daniel Dewar, D.D. Glasgow and London, 1836. In one large volume royal 8vo.
This work has always been highly esteemed for its utility and the variety of valuable illustration which the author brought together from every accessible source. It having become extremely scarce, Bp. Gleig, in 1817, published a new edition, with important ed to increase its utility. Bp. G.'s edition also having long been corrections, and several valuable dissertations, which greatly tendout of print, the Rev. Dr. Dewar brought out a new edition in 1836, closely but handsomely printed in double columns, in royal 8vo. with an introduction, notes, supplementary dissertations, and an index. In these notes and dissertations he has embodied the reIn the two last-mentioned elaborate works, which it is impossi-sults of the researches of the most distinguished modern biblical ble to analyse in the space necessarily allotted to a bibliographical and is illustrated with Maps and Plans. scholars and critics. The Glasgow edition is very neatly printed, notice, the learned author has satisfactorily established the superiority of the longer chronology of the Septuagint over that founded on the Masoretic Hebrew Text. The Chronological Tables are the result of great labour and minute calculation.
21. The Septuagint and Hebrew Chronologies tried by the Test of their internal scientific Evidence; with a Table from the
32. Scripture Biography. By the Rev. Robert Wilson EVANS, M.A. London, 1834-35. 2 vols. 12mo.
33. Scripture Biography; comprehending all the Names mentioned in the Old and New Testaments. By Esther COPLEY. London, 1835. 8vo.
AARLAND (N. J.) De cap. XVII. Joannis, 133.
Abenmelech (Solomon), Commentaries of, 102, 103.
Prophetæ Minores, 126.
Archæologia Biblica, 157.
Acta Apostolorum, Hearnii, 12.
Adam (T.), Paraphrase on the Epistle to the Romans, 136.
Exposition of Matthew, 144.
Adami (Cornelii), Obs. Theol. Philol. 147
Exercit. Exegetica, 147.
Ante-Hieronymian Versions of the Bible, 28.
Apocrypha, Essay on, 69.
Apthorp (E.), On Prophecy, 201.
Aquilino (Alex. à), Pent. Hebr. Samar. Præstantia, 72. Aquinas (Thomas), Catena of, 106.
Arabic Versions (Ancient) of the Bible, 26.
Arigler (A.), Hermeneutica Biblica, 97.
Aryda (A.), Grammatica Arabica, 96.
Armenian (Ancient), Version of the Bible, 27. (Modern), of New Testament, 51.
Arnald (R.), On the Apocrypha, 126.
Asiatic (Northern), Versions of the Bible, 51.
Augusti (J. C. G.), Libri, V. T. Apocryphi, 63. Augustine, Commentaries of, 104.
·Aurivillii (C.), Dissertationes Philologice, 147.
Addington (Steph.), Knowledge of Jews concerning a Future State, Austen (H. T.), Lect. on Genesis, 143.
Life of Paul, 135.
Ader (G.), De Morbis Biblicis, 161.
Adler (J. G. C.), Bibliotheca Biblica, 5.
Nov. Test. Versiones Syriacæ, &c. 82.
Affghan Version of the Bible, 49.
African Versions, 56.
Agier (le president), sur les Prophéties, 122. sur les Psaumes, 120.
Prophetes, avec Notes, 122.
Ainsworth (H.), Annot. on Genesis, &c. 115.
Alber (Jo. Nep.), Instit. Ling. Hebr. 87.
Hermeneut. Sacr. Vet. Test. 98.
Hermeneut. Sacr. Nov. Test. 98.
Interpretatio Scripturæ, 109.
Annotatio in 1 Jo. v. 7., 81.
Alberti (J.), Observationes ad Nov. Test. 147.
Glossarium Græcum, 92.
Periculum Criticum, 147.
Alcuin, Commentaries of, 106.
Alexander (J.), Paraphrase on 1 Cor. xv., (A.) On the Canon, 69.
Dict. of the Bible, 155.
Allen (John), Modern Judaism, 156.
Allix (Peter), Book of Psalms, 118.
Alt (J. C. G.), Grammatica Nov. Test. 91.
Altingii (J.), Fundamenta Punctationis, 85. Allwood (P.), on the Revelation, 142.
On Prophecy, 101.
On the Numbers in Daniel, 125.
Am-Ende (J. G.), Versio Epistolæ ad Philippenses, 137.
Amersfoordt (J.), De Var. Lect. Holmesianis, 80.
Amner (R.), Essay on Daniel, 124.
Amthor (G. M.), Comment. in Heb. I.-III. 139.
Bass (J. H.), Greek and English Lexicon to the New Testament, 92. Basset (P.), Explication de l'Apocalypse, 142.
(W.), Sermons on Genesis, 143.
Bate (Julius), Transl. of Pentateuch, 115.
Scholia in Vetus Testamentum, 106.
Bauermeister (J. P.), in Sapientiam, Salomonis, 126.
Baxter (R), Paraphrase on the New Testament, 128.
Bayley (Corn.), Hebr. Grammar, 86.
Bayly (Anselm), Hebrew Grammar, 89.
Baynes (H. J.), Church at Philippi, 137.
Beausobre and L'Enfant (MM.), Introduction to the New Testa
Bellermann (J. J.), Palæographia Hebraica, 77. Belsham (Tho.), Epistles of Paul translated, 134. Bengalee Version, 49.
Bengelii (J.), Gnomon Nov. Test. 127.
Apparatus Criticus, 79.
Introd. to Apocalypse, 140.
Close (Fr.), Genesis illustrated, 143.
Cocceii (Joannis), Commentarii, 108.
Comment. in Ep. ad Tim. 138.
Coelln (D.), Observationes ad Zephaniam, 126.
Coghlan (C. L.), Script. Comm. on Genesis and Matthew, 41.
Cole (J. W.), On the Prophecies, 122.
Collett (S.), Paraphrase on the Catholic Epistles, 139.
Collyer (W. B.), On Scripture Prophecy, 100.
Lect. on Miracles and Parables, 146.
Colomesii (P.), Observat. Sacræ, 148.
Colonia (D.), Religion Chrétienne, authorizée par Auteurs Païens, 68. Compendium Gramm. Heb., 88.
Comprehensive Bible, 114.
Concordance de IV. Evangélistes, 61.
du Nouveau Testament, 154.
Conybeare (J. J.), On Spiritual Interp. of Scripture, 99.
Cook (John), Inquiry into New Test., 72.
Cooke (W.), Trans. of Revelation, 140.
Cooper (R. B.), Translation of Mede's Clavis Apoc., 140
On the Revelation, 140.
Cooper (O. St. John), Four Hundred Texts of Scripture explained, 148.
Coore (R.), Practical Expositor, 148.
Coptic Version of the Bible, 26.
Coquerel (A. L. C.), Biographie Sacrée, 165.
Sur le Systême Hieroglyphique, 162.
Cosin (Bp.), Scholiastical Hist. of Canon, 68.
Cotes (H.), Sermons on Resurrection of Lazarus, 145.
Five Books of Maccabees, 63.
-On a French Translation of the New Test., 85.
Coverdale (Myles), Bible, 34.
Cox (F. A.). Female Scripture Biography, 165.
- Lectures on Daniel, 143.
Cox (J. H.), On Harmony of Scripture, 146.
Cox (R.), Horæ Romanæ, 136.
De Rossi (J. B.), Varie Lectiones Veteris Testamenti, et Scholia Critica, 79.
Specimen Hexaplaris Bibliorum Versionis Syro-Estran
Introd. alla Scrittura, 70.
Ermeneutica Sacra, 97.
Compendio di Critica Sacra, 72.
Dermout (J.), Collect. Crit. in Nov. Test., 80.
De Veil (C. M.), Explicatio Cantici Canticorum, 121.
Dimock (H.), Notes on Genesis, &c., 116.
Notes on Psalms and Proverbs, 119
Dindorf (J.), Novum Lexicon Linguæ Hebraico-Chaldaicæ, 90.
Dobrowsky (Josephi), De Antiquis Hebræorum Characteribus Dis sertatio, 85.
Dodd (W.), Commentary on the Bible, 111. 173, 174.
Disc. on Miracles, &c., 146.
Common-place Book to the Bible, 155.
Doddridge (Dr.), Family Expositor, 129.
Harmony of the Gospels, 60.
Doederlein (J. C.), Scholia in Libros V. T. poeticos, 117.
Esaias Latinè, 123.
Dombay (F. de), Grammatica Linguæ Persicæ, 97.
Dorhout (Ambr.), Animadversiones in Vet. Test., 148.
Dorn (J. A.), de Psalterio Æthiopico, 82.
Dorschei (J. G.), Biblia Numerata, 97
Doughtai (J.), Analecta Sacra, 148.
Cradock (S.), Harmony of the Evangelists, 59.; and of the Aposto- Doway Bible, 41.
lical History, 62
Old Testament methodized, 164.
Crameri (J. J.), Theologia Israelis, 161.
Cranmer (Abp. Tho.), Great Bible, 34, 35.
Cranfield (Thomas), Harmony of the Resurrection, 62
Credner (C. A.), De Versione Syriaca Prophet., 82.
Critici Sacri, 108.
Croat Version, 46.
Crocker (J.), Hebrew Grammar, 86, 87.
Croly (G.), Apocalypse of St. John, 142.
Crombie (John), On Types, 99.
Crossinge (R.) On Charity, 146.
Crosthwaite (J. C.), Maps, 158.
Cruden (Alex.), Concordance, 153.
Cruden (Rev. Mr.), Commentary on the Bible, 111.
Crusius (C. A.), Theologia Prophetica, 100.
Crutwell (C.), Concordance of Parallels, 153.
Culbertson (R.), Lectures on the Revelation, 142.
Cumberland (Bp. R.), Jewish Weights and Measures, 160.
Cuninghame (W.), On the Seals, &c. of the Apocalypse, 141. 177.
Curdish Version, 52.
Curtii (A.), De Authentia 1 Ep. ad Tim., 138.
Curtis (Tho.), On alleged existing Monopoly of the Scriptures, 84.
Daubuz (C.), Comment. on Revelation, 140.
Davenant (J.), Expositio Epist. ad Colossenses, 137.
Translation of, by Allport, 137.
Davidson (David), Pocket Comm. on New Test., 131
Dawney (B.), Remarks on the Epistles, 80. *
Dawson (J.), Greek-English Lexicon to New Test., 93.
De Coetlogon (C. E.), Sermons on 51st Psalm, 143.
Delany (P.), Hist. of David, 165.
Delaware Indian Version, 56, 57
Delrii (M. Adagialia V et N. T., 100.
D'Oyly (G.), and Mant (R.), Commentary on the Bible, 113. Drach (M.), Bible de Vence, 108, 109.
Driessenii (A.), Divina Auctoritas N. T., 78,
Drusii (J.) Commentarius in Prophetas Minores, 125.
Parallela Sacra, 76.
Duguet (J. J.), Explication du 1 Cor. XIII., 146.
Du Hamel (J. B.), Biblia cum Annot., 108.
Dumbeck (F. J), Historia Universæ Tabulæ, 164.
Duncan (R.), Exposition of Epistle to the Hebrews, 138.
Du Pin (L. E.), Prolegomènes sur la Bible, 68.
Hist. of the Canon, 68.
Durell (D.), Translation of the Prophecies of Jacob and Moses, 115 Remarks on Job, &c., 117.
Dutch Version of the Bible, 44, 45.