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Watts's (Isaac) View of Scripture History; with a Continuation of the Jewish Affairs from the Old Testament till the time of Christ, 12mo. London, 1717.

Apocryphal Books.

Apocrypha (The Books of the), with critical and historical Observations, and Introductory Discourses, explaining the Distinctions between Canonical and Apocryphal Writings, and illustrating the intimate Connexion between the Old and New Testament; by C. Wilson, 8vo. Edinburgh, 1801.

Collection of Authentic Records belonging to the Old and New Testament, translated into English by W. Whiston, 2 vols. royal 8vo, large paper. London, 1727-8.


Introductions, Treatises on the Interpretation, on Translations of the Scripture, and on Sacred Literature.

Horne's (T. H.) Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1828.

Waltoni (Briani) in Biblia Polyglotta Prolegomena specialia, recognovit
Dathianisque et variorum Notis suas immiscuit Fr. Wrangham, 2 vols.
royal 8vo.
Cantabr. 1827.

Presentation copy from the Editor.

Gray's (Robt.) Key to the Holy Bible, giving an Account of the several Books, their Contents and Authors, including Bishop Percy's Key to the New Testament, 8vo. London, 1818.

Lightfoot's (John) Rules for a Student of the Holy Scriptures. (Works, Vol. II.)

Tyndall's (Wm.) Pathway into the Holy Scripture. (Works.)

Tyndall's (Wm.) Prologues to his Translation of the Bible. (Works.) Ostervald's (J. F.) Arguments of the Books and Chapters of the New Testament, with Practical Observations; translated from the original MS. by J. Chamberlayne, 8vo, thick paper. London, 1718.

Pritii (J. G.) Introductio in Lectionem Novi Testamenti, curâ C. G. Hoffmann, 8vo. Lipsia, 1764.

Michaelis's (John David) Introduction to the New Testament, translated, and augmented with Notes and a Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of the Three first Gospels, by Herbert Marsh, 6 vols. 8vo. London, 1819.

Jones's (Jeremiah) New and Full Method of settling the Canonical Authority of the New Testament; with a Vindication of St. Matthew's Gospel from Mr. Whiston's charge of Dislocations, 3 vols. 8vo. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1798.

Butler's (Charles) Hora Biblica: a Series of Notes on the Text and Literary History of the Bible, 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1807.

Townley's (James) Illustrations of Biblical Literature; exhibiting the History and Fate of the Sacred Writings, from the earliest Period to the present Century; including biographical Notices of Translators and other eminent Biblical Scholars, 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1821.


Clarke's (J. B. B.) Concise View of the Succession of Sacred Literature, in a Chronological Arrangement of Authors and their Works, from the Invention of Alphabetic Characters to A.D. M.CCC., 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1832.

Orme's (William) Bibliotheca Biblica: a Select List of Books on Sacred Literature; with Notices biographical, critical, and bibliographical, 8vo. Edinburgh, 1824.

Warburton's (Bishop) Directions for the Study of Theology. (Works, Vol. X.)

Waterland's Advice to a Young Student in Theology. (Works, Vol. VI.) Bickersteth's (E.) Christian Student; designed to assist Christians in general in acquiring Religious Knowledge; with Lists of Books adapted to various Classes of Society, 12mo. London, 1829. Bibliotheca Sacra, post J. Lelong et C. F. Boerneri iteratas curas, ordine disposita, emendata, suppleta, continuata ab A. G. Masch, 2 vols.


Hala, 1778-83.

A bibliographical account of the various editions of the original texts, Vulgate and
Oriental versions.

Baber's (H. H.) Historical Account of the Saxon and English Versions of the Scriptures, previous to the opening of the XVth Century. (Wiclif's New Testament.)

Lewis's (John) History of the English Translations of the Bible, 8vo. London, 1739.

Style of the Holy Scriptures. (Works,

Cruttwell's (Cl.) Account of English Translations of the Bible, and List of their various Editions. (Preface to Wilson's Bible.) Boyle (Hon. Robt.) on the Vol. II.) Simpson's (David) Sacred Literature; shewing the Holy Scriptures to be superior to the most celebrated Writings of Antiquity, by the Testimony of above 500 Witnesses; and also by a Comparison of their several Kinds of Composition, 4 vols. 8vo. Birmingham, 1788.

Jones (W.) on the Figurative Language of Scripture. (Works, Vol. II.) Keach's (Benj.) Key to open the Scripture Metaphors and Types; to which are prefixed, Arguments to prove the Divine Authorship of the Holy Scriptures, folio. London, 1779.

See also Bampton Lectures: Cony beare and Chevallier.

Cappelli (Ludov.) Critica Sacra, sive de variis quæ in Sacris Vet. Test.
Libris occurrunt Lectionibus. Recensuit, etc. G. J. L. Vogel; cum
Appendice var. Scriptorum ad eam.
Scriptorum ad eam se referentium, recens. J. G.
Scharfenberg, 3 vols. 8vo. Hale Magd. 1775-86.

Lowth (Robt.) de Sacrâ Poësi Hebræorum, cum Notis et Epimetris J. D. Michaelis, edidit E. F. C. Rosenmüller, 8vo. Oxonii, 1821. Lowth's (Robt.) Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews, translated, with the Notes

of Michaelis and others, by G. Gregory, 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1816. Jebb's (Bp. John) Sacred Literature; comprising a Review of the Principles of Composition laid down by Bp. Lowth, and an Application of those Principles to the Illustration of the New Testament, 8vo. Lond. 1820.

Wilson's (W.) Illustration of the Method of Explaining the New Testament by the Early Opinions of Jews and Christians concerning Christ [in refutation of Priestley's Early Opinions], 8vo. Cambridge, 1797.

Middleton's (Bp. T. F.) Doctrine of the Greek Article applied to the Criticism and Illustration of the New Testament, 8vo. London, 1808.

Commentators and Expositors.

Lutheri (Mart.) Comment. in S. Scripturam; vid. in Lib. Deut. (Opera, Vol. III.); XXII. Psalmos priores, Psalmos Grad., et in Psalmos XLV. et LI. (Vols. II., III., et IV.); Ecclesiasten, (Vol. IV.); Canticum Canticorum, (Vol. IV.); Esaiam, (Vol. III.); Hoseam et Joelem, (Vol. IV.); Amos et Abiam, (Vol. III.); Micham, (Vol. IV.); Mattheam, (Vol. IV.); Epist. ad Galatas, (Vols. I., II., et III.) Melancthonis (Ph.) Commentarii in S. Scripturam. (Opera, Vols. II., III., et IV.)

Zuinglii (Huld.) Annotationes in Genesin et Exodum; Enchiridion Psalmorum; Complanationes Isaiæ et Jeremiæ Prophetæ ; Annotationes in Evangelia et Epistolas Pauli, &c. (Opera, Vol. III.) Calvini (Joh.) Commentaria, Homiliæ, et Conciones in S. Script. (Opera, Vols. I. to VII.)

Critici Sacri; sive, Annotata doctiss. Virorum in Vetus ac Novum Testamentum. Quibus accedunt Tractatus varii Theologico-Philologici, 8 vols. in 9, folio. Amstelod. 1698.-Thesaurus TheologicoPhilologicus; sive, Sylloge Dissertationum ad illustr. Vet. et Nov. Testamenti loca, 2 vols. folio. Amstelod. 1701.-Thesaurus Novus Theologico-Philologicus; sive, Sylloge Dissertat. exegeticarum ad V. et N. Instrumenti loca. Ex museo T. Hasæi et C. Ikenii, 2 vols. folio. Lugduni Bat. 1732.

Poli (Matthæi) Synopsis Criticorum aliorumque S. Scripturæ Interpretum, 4 vols. in 5, folio, large paper. Londini, 1669–76. Bloomfield's (S. T.) Recensio Synoptica Annotationis Sacræ; being a

Critical Digest and Synoptical Arrangement of the most important Annotations on the New Testament, 8 vols. 8vo. London, 1826-8. Gill's (John) Exposition of the Old and New Testaments; in which the Sense of the Sacred Text is given, difficult Passages explained, seeming Contradictions reconciled, and whatever is material in the various Readings and the several Oriental Versions is observed, 9 vols. 4to. London, 1809.

Patrick, Lowth, Arnald, Whitby, and Lowman's Critical Commentary and Paraphrase on the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha; edited by J. R. Pitman, 6 vols. large 4to. Lond. 1822.

Henry's (Matt.) Exposition of the Old and New Testament, with Practical Remarks and Observations, 6 vols. 4to. Lond. 1792.

Scott's (Tho.) Holy Bible, with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations, and copious Marginal References, 6 vols. 4to. Lond. 1823. Hall's (Bp. Joseph) Contemplations upon the principal Passages in the Holy Story. (Works, Vols. I. and II.)

Hall's (Bp. Joseph) Plain and Familiar Explication, by way of Paraphrase, of all the Hard Texts of the Old and New Testament. (Works, Vols. III. and IV.)

Saurin (Jacques), Discours historiques, critiques, théologiques, et moraux, sur les Evénemens les plus mémorables du Vieux et Nouveau Testament, 11 vols. 8vo. La Haye, 1720.

La Sainte Bible [connu sous le nom de BIBLE DE VENCE], en Latin et François, avec des Notes littérales, critiques, et historiques, des Préfaces et des Dissertations, tirées du Commentaire de Calmet, de l'Abbé de Vence, et des Auteurs le plus célèbres, revue, corrigée, et augmentée de Notes, 25 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1820-24.

Lightfoot (Joh.) AEIYANA de Rebus ad LXX. Vers. spectantibus, Versiones Proph. Minorum Græca et Vulgaris, nec non Targum, cum Hebræo fonte collatæ. (Works, Vol. X.)

Baxter's (Rich.) Paraphrase on the New Testament, 8vo. Lond. 1695. Burkitt's (W.) New Testament, with Observations and Practical Instructions, abridged by S. Glasse, 2 vols. 4to. Lond. 1806.

Doddridge's (Philip) Family Expositor; or, a Paraphrase and Version of the New Testament, with Critical Notes and a Practical Improvement; with Life of the Author by Job Orton, 4 vols. 4to. Lond. 1808.

Gilpin's (Wm.) Exposition of the New Testament, pointing out the leading Sense and Connexion of the Sacred Writers, 2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1793.

Le Nouveau Testament, avec des Réflexions Morales sur chaque Verset [par Pasq. Quesnel], 8 vols. 12mo. Amst. 1736.

Blunt's (J. J.) Veracity of the V. Books of Moses, argued from the undesigned Coincidences to be found in them, when compared in their several parts, 12mo. Lond. 1831.

Townsend's (Joseph) Character of Moses established for Veracity, as an Historian recording Events from the Creation to the Deluge and subsequently, 2 vols. 4to. Bath, 1813.

Kennedy's (James) Ten Lectures on the Philosophy of the Mosaic Record of the Creation, delivered in Trinity College, Dublin, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1827.


Lightfoot's (John) Observations on Genesis; Gleanings out of Exodus ; and de Creatione, Itineribus, et Mansione Israelit.; Expositio Hoseæ. (Works, Vol. II.)

Shuckford (Sam.) on the Creation and Fall of Man.

Vol. IV.)

Graves' (Richard) Lectures on the Four last Books of the Pentateuch, designed to shew the Divine Origin of the Jewish Religion from Internal Evidence, 2 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1807.

Boys' (Tho.) Key to the Book of Psalms, 8vo. London, 1825.

Horne's (Bp. Geo.) Commentary on the Psalms, 2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1798.

Leighton's (Abp.) Meditations, practical and critical, on Psalms IV.,
XXXII., and CXXX., translated from the Latin by P. Doddridge.
(Works, Vol. II.)

Hall (Bp. Jos.) Some few of David's Psalms metaphrased. (Works.)
Reynold's (Bp. Edward) Exposition of the CXth Psalm. (Works, Vol. II.)
Reynold's (Bp. Edward) Annotations on the Book of Ecclesiastes.
(Works, Vol. IV.)

Mede's (Jos.) Treatises on Obscure Passages in Daniel. (Works.)

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Blunt's (J. J.) Veracity of the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles argued from their undesigned Coincidences, 12mo. Lond. 1828.

Lardner's (N.) Credibility of the Gospel History; or, the Facts occasionally mentioned in the New Testament confirmed by Passages of contemporary ancient Authors. (Works, Vol. I.)

Stabback's (Tho.) Four Gospels and Acts of the Apostles, illustrated with Annotations, critical, explanatory, and practical, selected from the most able Commentators, and accompanied with Reflections, 2 vols. 8vo. Falmouth, 1809.

Trapp's (Joseph) Explanatory Notes upon the Four Gospels; with Three Discourses explaining the illustrious Prophecies of the Old and New Testament, 8vo. Oxford, 1805.

Lightfoot's (John) Hebrew and Talmudical Exercitations on the Evangelists and part of Romans and I. Corinthians. (Works, Vols. XI. and XII.)

Townson (Tho.) on the Four Gospels, (Works, Vol. I.); on Evangelical History. (Vol. II.)

Elsley's (J.) Annotations on the Four Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824.

Adams's (Tho.) Exposition of St. Matthew, (Works, Vols. III. and IV.) Tyndall's (Wm.) Exposition uppon the V., VI., VII. Chapters of Matheu, whiche three Chapters are the Keye and Dore of the Scripture, and the restoring agayne of Moses' Lawe, corrupte by the Scribes and Pharises. And the Exposition is the restoring agayne of Christe's Lawe, corrupte by the Papistes. (Works.)

Gray's (And.) Delineation of the Parables of our Blessed Saviour; to which is prefixed, a Dissertation on Parables and Allegorical Writings in general, 8vo. Lond. 1814.

Gardiner's (James) Exposition of our Saviour's Sermon on the Mount, 8vo, large paper. Lond. 1720.

Biscoe's (Rich.) History of the Acts of the Holy Apostles confirmed from other Authors, and considered as full Evidence of the Truth of Christianity. (Boyle Lectures.)

Lightfoot's (John) Commentary and Hebrew and Talmudical Exercitations on the Acts of the Apostles. (Works, Vol. VIII.)

Slade's (J.) Annotations on the Epistles, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1824.
Pearson (Jo.) Annales Paulini. (Randolph's Enchirid. Vol. I.)

Locke's (John) Essay on the Understanding of St. Paul's Epistles; with

Paraphrase and Notes to the Epistles of St. Paul to the Romans, Corinthians, Galatians, and Ephesians. (Works, Vol. VIII.)

Adams's (Tho.) Paraphrase on the first XI. Chapters of the Epistle to the Romans, 8vo. Lond. 1771. (Works, Vol. I.)

Davenant's (Bp. John) Exposition of the Epistle to the Colossians, translated from the original Latin; with a Life of the Author, and Notes illustrative of the Writers and Authorities referred to in the Work, by Josiah Allport to which is added, a Translation of de Morte Christi, by the same Prelate, 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1831.

Jewell's (Bp.) Exposition upon the Two Epistles to the Thessalonians. (Works, Vol. II.)

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