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THE REV. HENRY BURGESS, LL.D., Ph.D.,
MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE.
I N D E X
VOLUME THE ELEVENTH.
Berosus and the dynasty of Nimrod, 71. Bible, early German versions of the,
249; Mr. Sargent on the inspiration of the, 470; Dr. Wiseman on the free
use of the, 488. Biblical criticism, a compendium of, on
the canonical books of the Holy Scriptures, 470. Bishops, primitive mode of electing, 165. Bosanquet, Mr., remarks on his system
of chronology, 126, 137. British Museum, the, and Hebrew
books, 250. Buchanan, George, his life and writ
Africa, travels in, 487.
ine authorship of the Hebrews, 109;
the subject of slavery, 245; remarks Alphabet question, remarks on the, 198. Amalekites, their habits and doom, 30. Analysis of the emblems of St. John,
143, 284. Ancient Babylonian literature, 492. Antiquity of man, Dr. Dawson on, 224. Aramaic language and literature, the,
490. Asia, the seven churches of, 460. Atheism, Mr. Mansel's argument for,
344. Augustine on Divine wrath, 329. Authorship of the Acts of the Apostles,
298; remarks on chap. xxvi., 462.
Christ, the New Testament silence as
to the personal appearance of, 241. Chronology, sacred, 459. Chrysostom on Heb. vi., 185; his re
marks on punishment, 329. Church history of John of Ephesus, 372. Chwolson and his discoveries, 72; value
Hebrew Scriptures, 220.
Bain, Mr., on the accompaniments of
emotion, 230. Barnes on the authorship of the Acts
of the Apostles, 299.