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Φιλοσοφίαν δε ου την Στωικήν λέγω, ουδε την Πλατωνικήν, και την Επικουρείον τε και 'Αριστοτελικήν· αλλ' όσα είρηται παρ' εκάστη των αιρισίων τούτων καλώς, δικαιοσύνης μετά ευσεβούς επιστήμης εκδιδάσκοντα, τούτο σύμπαν το ΕΚΛΕΚΤΙΚΟΝ φιλοσοφίαν φήμι.
CLEM. ALEX. Strom. L. 1.
JACKSON AND WALFORD,
18, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD.
Allport's Translation of Bp. Davenant's Works
America and the Americans, by a Citizen of the World
Annual Biography and Obituary, The, for 1833
Anti-Slavery Reporter, The, No. 104
Arnold's Principles of Church Reform
Blair's Inquiry into the State of Slavery amongst the Romans
British Critic, The. Article on Robert Hall's Works .
Brown's Biblical Cabinet, Vol. II.
Canadas, The, as they now are. By a late Resident
Causes, The, of the French Revolution
Chesney's Reports of the Navigation of the Euphrates
Christian Observer, The, for February. Art. Hall's Works
Succession of Sacred Literature, Vol. Ii. .
Cobbin's Moral Fables and Paralles
Conder's Wages or the Whip, an Essay on the Comparative Cost and Productive-
Cropper's Vindication of a Loan of Fifieen Millions to the West India Planters • 544
Curtis's Existing Monopoly, an inadequate Protection of the Authorized Version
Davenant's, Bp., Exposition of St. Paul's Epistle to the Colossians. Translated by
Davis's True Dignity of Human Nature
Douglas's Address on Slavery, Sabbath Protection, and Church Reform
Elijah. By the Author of “ Balaam”
Eliot's Christianity and Slavery
Essays on Religious Subjects. By a Layman
Fergusson's Practical Notes made during a Tour in Canada
Fifty-one Original Fables, with Morals, &c.
Flowers of Fable, culled from Epictetus, &c.
Garrison's Thoughts on African Colonization
Greswell's Harmonia Evangelica
Dissertation upon the Principles and Arrangement of a Harmony of
Gurney's Biblical Notes and Dissertations
Halley's Sinfulness of Colonial Slavery
Heath's Book of Beauty for 1833
Hinton's Harmony of Religious Truth and Human Reason asserted
Hints on the necessity of a change of principle in our Legislation, for the efficient
Protection of Society from Crime
Legion's Letter to Right Hon. E. G. Stanley, &c.
Leifchild's Abbreviated Discourses on various Subjects
Lewis's Remarks on the Use and Abuse of some Political Terms
Mackintosh's History of England
Martin's Poor Laws for Ireland, a Measure of Justice to England, &c.
Mirabeau's Letters during his Residence in England
Murat's Moral and Political Sketch of the United States of North America 233
North American Review, No. LXXVIII.
Oxford Bibles. Mr. Curtis's Misrepresentations Exposed, by Dr. Cardwell 509
Pecchio's Semi-serious Observations of an Italian Exile during his residence in
Quarterly Review, No. XCV. Article on Robert Hall's Works
No. XCVII. Article on the French Revolution
Report from Select Committee on King's Printers' Patents
Rush's Residence at the Court of London
Scholefield's Hints for an Improved Translation of the New Testament
Smedley's History of the Reformed Religion in France
Sprague's Lectures on Revivals of Religion
Statistical Sketches of Upper Canada, for the Use of Emigrants
Stickney's Pictures of Private Life
Stuart's Three Years in North America
Turton's Text of the English Bibles considered
Whately's, Abp., Thoughts on Secondary Punishments
Wilcox's Religion of Taste, a Poem
Year of Liberation, The, a Journal of the Defence of Hamburgh against the
FOR JANUARY, 1833.
1. Harmonia Evangelica, sive Quatuor Evangelia Græce pro Temporis et Rerum Serie in Partes Quinque Distributa. Edidit Edvardus Greswell, A.M. Coll. C. C. Apud Oxon. Socius. 8vo.
pp. 418. Oxon. 1830. 2. Dissertations upon the Principles and Arrangement of a Harmony
of the Gospels. By the Rev. Edward Greswell, M.A., Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. In three Volumes. pp. xxx.,
598; x. 574; vi. 354. Oxford, 1830. WE
E are not entirely responsible for the delay in noticing this
erudite and valuable performance, which, though it has for so long a time passed the press, will probably be new to the greater part of our readers. The volumes issue from the University press; much to the honour of the learned Delegates, to whose readiness in undertaking the publication the Author acknowledges his obligations. But, notwithstanding the high auspices under which they appear, we cannot learn that they have hitherto obtained the share of attention from the public, to which they are intrinsically entitled; owing, perhaps, to their not having been made known by the usual expedients adopted by London publishers.
The “ Harmonia Evangelica” and the three volumes of Preliminary Dissertations, compose one connected work. In the former, the evangelical history is distributed into five parts, comprising as many chronological divisions : these are subdivided into sections, the text of the Evangelists being arranged in two or more parallel columns. The Dissertations are fifty in number, to which are added some supplementary disquisitions and notes, in eight appendices. Of the object and purpose of these dissertations, which form a connected series, we shall first give an account, taken from the Author's own synopsis.
The first volume comprises thirteen principal Dissertations. VOL. IX.-N.Ş.