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NEW RELIGIOUS BOOKS FOR GENERAL READING.

NOW IN THE COURSE OF PUBLICATION,
To be continued in uniform Volumes (with appropriate EmbeltithmentsJ
PRICE 6j. EACH,
THE

THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY.

DEDIcATED, BY PERMISSION. TO

THE LORD BISHOP OF LONDON.

EDITORS:
THE VEN. ARCHDEACON LYALL, M.A.
THE REV. HUGH JAMES ROSE, B.D.

THIS PUBLICATION WILL BE COMPRISED IN A LIMITED NUMBER OF
VOLUMES, AND IS INTENDED TO FORM, WHEN COMPLETED,
A DIGESTED SYSTEM OF RELIGIOUS AND
ECCLESIASTICAL KNOWLEDGE.

THE FIRST NUMBER (JUST PUBLISHED) CONTAINS

The LIFE of WICLIF.

BY CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.

Professor in the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College,
Cambridge.

IN ONE VOLUME. WITH PORTRAIT. 6i.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR J. G. & F. RIVINGTON,
St. Paul's Church-yard, & Waterloo-place, Pall-mall,
Mdcccxxxii.

a

OF THE

THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY

ALREADY

IN PREPARATION.

THE LIVES OF BRITISH DIVINES.

No. I. LIFE OF WICLIF.

Just published.

By Charles Werr Le Bas, M.A.

Professor in the East India College, Herts, and late Fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge.

The CONSISTENCY of the whole SCHEME of REVELATION

with ITSELF, and with HUMAN REASON.

By P. N. Shuttleworth, D.D.

Warden of New College, Oxford.

HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION.

By Joseph Blanco White, M.A.

Of the University of Oxford.

HISTORY OF THE PRINCIPAL COUNCILS.

By J. H. Newman, M.A.

Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.

THE LIVES OF THE CONTINENTAL REFORMERS.

No. 1. LIFE OF MARTIN LUTHER.

By Hugh James Rose, B.D.

Christian Advocate in the University of Cambridge.

THE LATER DAYS OF THE JEWISH POLITY:

with a copious Introduction and Notes (chiefly derived from the Talmudists and

Rabbinical Writers). With a view to illustrate the Language, the

Manners, and general History of the New Testament.

By Thomas Mitchell, Esq. A.M.
Late Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.

HISTORY OF THE CHURCH IN IRELAND.

By C. R. Elrington, D.D.

Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Dublin.

THE DIVINE ORIGIN OF THE CHRISTIAN REVELATION

demonstrated in an analytical Inquiry into the Evidence on which the

Belief of Christianity has been established.

By William Rowe Lyall, M.A. Archdeacon of Colchester, and Rector of Fairstead and Weeley, in Estex.

HISTORY OF THE REFORMED RELIGION IN FRANCE.

By Edward Smedley, M.A.

Late Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.

ILLUSTRATIONS OF EASTERN MANNERS, SCRIPTURAL
PHRASEOLOGY, &C.

By Samuel Lee, B.D. F.R.S. M.R.A.S.
Regius Professor of Hebrew in the University of Cambridge.

HISTORY OF SECTS.

By F. E. Thompson, MA.

Perpetual Curate of Brentford.

SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF LITURGIES:

comprising a Particular Account of the Lituhgy of the Chntm of England.

By Henry John Rose, B.D.

Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.

HISTORY OF THE CHURCH IN SCOTLAND.

By M. Russell, LL.D.
Author of the "Connection of Sacred and Profane History."

THE LIFE OF GROTIUS.

By James Nichols, F.S.A.

Author of " Arminianism and Calvinism compared."

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WORKS

IN THE COURSE OF PUBLICATION,
BY

J. G. & F. RIVINGTON,

ST. TAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, AND WATERLOO-PLACE, PALL-MALL.

I.

The APOSTOLICITY of TRINITARIANISM: or the Testimony of History to the Positive Antiquity and Apostolical Inculcation of the DocTrine of the Holy Trinity. By George Stanley Farer, B.D. Rector of Long Newton.

In the First Book the Author traces up the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity to the Apostolic Age, in vari. ous, distinct, though perfectly harmonizing, lines of Evidence.

In the Second Book are noticed the Objections which affect the Historical Part of the Question. In 2 vols. 8vo. In the Press.

II.

SE RMONS preached before the University of Oxford. By the Rev. EdWard Burton, D.D. Regius Professor of Divinity. 8vo. Nearly Ready.

III.

NOTICES of the MOSAIC LAW, with some Account of the Opinions of recent French Writers concerning it; being the CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE'S Publication for the Year 1831. By Hugh James Rose, B.D. Christian Advocate in the University of Cambridge, and Dean of Bocking. 8vo.

IV.

The SECOND EDITION of PASTORALIA; aMANUALof HELPS forthePAROCHIALCLERGYofthe UNITED CHURCH of ENGLAND and IRELAND. Containing a Scriptural View of the Clerical Duties— Prayers for the Use of the Clergy— Scheme of Pastoral Visitation—Outlines of Sermons—and a List of Books for the Use of the Clergy. By Henry Thompson, M.A. Curate of Wrington, Somerset. 12mo. 9s.

V.

SERMONS pieached in the Chapel of Lincoln's Inn. By the Right Rev. Edward Maltry, D.D. F.R.S. S.A. Lord Bishop of Chichester. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

VI.

The Second and concluding Volume oftheHISTORYoftheCHRISTIAN RELIGION and CHURCH during the THREE FIRST CENTURIES. By Dr. Augustus Neander. Translated from the German. Bv Henry John Rose, B.D. Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.

Also, lately published, VOLUME I. —Containing the Introduction—The History of the Persecution of Christians —Church Government — and Christian Life and Worship 8vo. 10s. 6d.

VII.

A Second Volume of SERMONS. By the Rev. Plumpton Wilson, LL.B. In 8vo.

VIII.

The COMMISSION and CONSEQUENT DUTIES of the CLERGY. In a Series of Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge New Edition, much enlarged. 8vo. 9s. By Hugh James Hose, B.D. Christian Advocate, and Dean of Bocking. Ix.

A COLLECTION of CHARGES, SERMONS,and TRACTS on MINISTERIAL CHARACTER and DUTIES. Selected from the Works of the most Eminent Divines, with Remarks. By Hugh James Rose, B D. Being an Appendix to the preceding Work. In the Press.

The PHILOLOGICAL MUSEUM, No. I. Being a New Series of the Museum Criticum. 8vo. 5s.

WORKS PUBLISHED BY J. G. & F. RIVINGTON.

xI.

A TRANSLATION of the EPISTLES of CLEMENS ROM ANUS, !GNATIUS,andPOLYCARP,andof the APOLOGIES of JUSTIN MARTYR and TERTULLI AN. With a Preface and brief Notes, illustrating the Ecclesiastical History of the first Three Centuries. By the Rev. Temple Chevallter, B.D. In one volume, 8vo. In the Press.

xII.

A New Edition of the PARENTS' POETICAL ANTHOLOGY: being a Selection of Poems, primarily designed to assist in forming the Taste and Sentiments of Young Readers. 12mo. In the Press.

xIII.

A TREATISE on the COMPARATIVE GEOGRAPHYof WESTERN ASIA. Accompanied with an ATLAS. By the late Major James Rennell, F.R.S. London and Edinburgh. In 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 4s.; or with Atlas, 2L 14s.

Also, by the same Author, a New Edition (lately published) of the GEO GHAPHICAL SYSTEM of HERODOTUS, examined and explained by a Comparison with those of other Authors, and with Modern Geography. 2 vols. Bro. Maps and Portrait, 11.8s.

xIV.

The GREEK TESTAMENT, with ENGLISH NOTES. By the Rev. S. T. BLOOMFIELD, D.D. Author of the " Critical Digest of Sacred Annotation on the New Testament," and Translator of Thucydides. In 2 vols. 8vo. In the Press.

xV.

xVII.

The DOCTRINE of the GREEK ARTICLE applied to the Criticism and Illustration of the NEW TESTAMENT. Bv the Right Rev. ThoMas Fanshaw "MmnLKTON, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. New Edition, with considerable Additions. By Hugh James Hose, B.D. Christian Advocate, and Dean of Bocking. Preparing for publication.

xVIII. The BAMPTON LECTURE for 1830. An ENQUIRY into the DOCTRINE of the ANGLO-SAxON CHURCH; in EIGHT SERMONS, preached before the University of Oxford, in the year 1W30, at the Lecture founded by the Rev. John Bamptov, M.A. Canon of Salisbury. 8vo. l.'s. By Henry Soames, M.A of Wadham College, Rector of Shelly, Essex, and Author of the History of the Reformation.

xIx. An Octavo Edition fin large Print) of the PIOUS CHRISTIAN'S DAILY PREPARATION for DEATH and ETERNITY: for the Use of Persons in lingering Sickness, or under Sorrow and Affliction. Extracted from Hele's Devotions. 3s.

xx.

A COMPANION to the ALTAR. Extracted from Hele's Devotions. Pocket Size. 2s. bound.

xVI.

The CHRISTIAN SACRIFICE in the EUCHARIST; considered as it is in the Doctrine of Holy Scripture, em. braced by the Universal Church in the first and purest Times, by the Church of England, and by the Episcopal Church in Scotland. By the Right Rev. Alexanmkr Jolly, D.D. one of the Bishops of the Episcopal Communion in Scotland. 12mo. 4s.

PLAINPAROCHIAL SERMONS,

preached in the Parish Church of Bolton-le-Moors. By the Rev. James Slaue, M.A. Vicar of Bolton, and Prebendary of Chester. 12mo. 6s.

xxI.

GEOGRAPHIA ANTIQUA; a Classical Atlas, remodelled from the Ancient Maps of Cellarius. Containing Twenty-six highly-finished Maps; with a Complete Index. By the Rev. J. P. Bean, M.A. one of the Masters of St. Paul's School. 4to. Hearly ready.

xxII.
The ORIGIN, SCIENCE, and
END of MORAL TRUTH, or, an

Exposition of the Inward Principle of
Christianity. Small 8vo. 7s. fid.

xxIII.
A FAMILIAR INTRODUCTION
to the CHRISTIAN RELIGION. In

a Series of Letters from a Father to his Son. By A. Senior. l2mo. 7s, fid.

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