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MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE,
VOLUME THE FIFTH.
Abyssinian Libraries, 241.
nians, 194. Analysis of the Emblems of St. John,
Rev. v., vi., 386. Apocalyptic Literature, 249; specula
tion in it produced by love of popularity, 265; by love of novelty, 266 ; favoured by ignorance, 266; illogical
character of, 267. Apocalypse, Moses Stuart on, 253; its
primary purpose accomplished, 254; fruitlessness of attempts to explain, 258; canonicity of, 255; analysis of
its emblems, 386. Assyrian Inscriptions, history of their
discovery and interpretation, 343; Brandis on the present uncertainty of meaning of, 349; Literary Inquest
on by Royal Asiatic Society, 485. Athanasian Creed, its doctrine of the
Bethlehem, not the place visited by the
Magi, 103. Bible Student's Guide, by Dr. W.
Wilson, 209. Bible Revision and Translation, by Dr.
Cumming, 459. Biblical Chronology, H. Fox Talbot
on, in reply to Dr. Hincks, 172; Mr. Bosanquet on, 429; bearing of
eclipses on, 485. Bibliotheca Glottica, 244. Bibliographic Curiosities, 493. Blackader's English Bible, 470. Brandis on Assyrian Inscriptions, 343. Buns on Good Friday, origin of, 490. Buttman's Grammar of New Testa
Basque Language, translation of Holy
Scripture in, 236. Beast, uncertainty of the meaning of
its number, 262. Beauty of Holiness, select passages of
Holy Scripture, 226. Behistun, inscription at, in relation to
Ezra and Daniel, 170.
Calneh, Mr. Loftus on, 373.
burg on, 465. Catalogue of Theological Books, Nutts,
470; of Library of Bible Society, 470; of Dr. Sprenger's Oriental
Books, 493. Cathedra Petri, by T. Greenwood,
M.A., 213. Chaldæa and Susiana, by W. K. Loftus,
219, 372. Christ and other Masters, by the Rev.
C. Hardwick, 185. Christian Classics, 228.