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Suffragan Bishops and Rural Deans: Some Suggestions Relative to the ...
James Fendall,Thomas Brett
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Page 10 - And an Introduction, explanatory of his position in the Church, with reference to the Parties which divide it. 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1 11*.
Page 14 - Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d. HOWARD. — The Pentateuch ; Or, the Five Books of Moses. Translated into English from the Version of the LXX. With Notes on its Omissions and Insertions, and also on the Passages in which it differs from the Authorized Version. By the Hon. HENRY HOWARD, DD Crown 8vo. GENESIS, One Volume, 8s. 6d. ; EXODUS AND LEVITICUS, One Volume, 10s. 6d. ; NUMBERS AND DEUTERONOMY, One Volume, 10s. 6d. HOZIER. — The Seven Weeks' War ; Its Antecedents and its Incidents.
Page 20 - ... portly octavos. For its purpose it is admirable, giving you a careful and intelligent summary of events, and at the same time indicating the best sources of information for the further guidance of the student. Among the authorities thus referred to, we find the. most modern as well as the most ancient, the continental as well as the English.
Page 16 - This volume contains Discourses on Samuel I. and II. ; Kings I. and II. ; Amos, Joel, Hosea, Isaiah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel.
Page 19 - ... track the vagaries of their theoretic ingenuity, without abandoning in the pursuit the clear sight and sound feeling of English common sense .... It is by far the best and most complete book. of the kind; and we should be glad to see it well placed on the lists of our examining chaplains...
Page 9 - MORNING POST. BY THE RIGHT REV. JOHN WILLIAM COLENSO, DD, Lord Bishop of Natal, formerly Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. 1. The Colony of Natal. A Journal of Ten Weeks' Tour of Visitation among the Colonists and Zulu Kaffirs of Natal.
Page 21 - HARDWICK'S work consists in bringing the greater and minor histories connected with the Reformation into a single volume of compact shape, as well as presenting their broad features to the student. The merit of the history consists in the penetration with which the opinions of the age...
Page 12 - One of the most interesting works we ever read." — NONCONFORMIST. 6. Alexandria and Her Schools. Being Four Lectures delivered at .the Philosophical Institution, Edinburgh. With a Preface. Crown 8vo. cloth, 5*. " A series of brilliant biographical and literary sketches, interspersed with comments of the closest modern, or rather universal application."— SPECTATOR.
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