British Librarian; To the Formation of a Library in All Branches of Literature, Science and Art

British Librarian; To the Formation of a Library in All Branches of Literature, Science and Art : Arranged in Classes, with Prices, Critical Notes, Ref

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1839 edition. Excerpt: ...upon the Plagues inflicted upon the Egyptians, by Jacob Bryant. London, 1794, 8vo, 7s. 'A very learned and curious work on the plagues of Egypt, in which this series of miracles is critically investigated and shewn to afford most convincing evidences of the divine mission of Moses.'--Bp. Van Mildert. (1.) Second Edition. London, 1810, 8vo, 7s. (2.) Observations upon some Passages of Scripture which the Enemies to religion have thought most obnoxious, and attended with difficulties not to be surmounted, by Jacob Bryant. London, 1803, 4to, 9s. In this, as in his Treatise on the Plagues of Egypt, Bryant 'brings forward some valuable treasures of classical and historical learning, in illustration of these narratives of holy writ, and shews, with much ingenuity, how admirably these divine interpositions were adapted to put to confusion the idolaters of the heathen world, and almost to force upon them an acknowledgment of the Supreme Jehovah.'--Bp. Van Mildert. 79. Illustration of the Method of explaining the N. T. by the early Opinions of Jews and Christians concerning Christ, by W. Wilson, B.D. Camb., 1797. 8vo, 6s. This may justly be considered as a refutation of Dr. Priestley s History of Early Opinions. (1.) New Edition, revised by Thomas Turton, D.D. London, 1838, 8vo, publ. at 8s. 80. Critical Remarks on many important Passages of Scripture, with Dissertations on the Phraseology of the N. T., by the Rev. Newcome Cappe. York, 1802, 8vo, 2 vols., 7s. The author was an Unitarian minister. Dr. Maltby observes 'A great part of his Critical Remarks turns upon points of controversy, and is at variance with the sentiments of Christians of almost every denomination.' 81. Attempt to rescue the Holy Scriptures from Ridicule, by a New Translation of...show more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 188.98 x 246.13 x 2.29mm | 99.79g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123677289X
  • 9781236772893