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Biblical Criticism. By Kimchi

1

Itinerary from Tripoli of Barbary, to the city of Cashenah

in Sudan. By the Sheikh L'Hage Kassem. Translated

and illustrated with notes, by JAMES GREY JACKSON 4

Observationes in Phrynichum Lobeckianum. By E. H. B. 8

Observations on the Zodiac of Dendera. No. III.

19

Carmina Samaritanorum Anecdota; e duobus Musei Bri-

tannici codicibus edidit, Textum emendavit, Latine ver-

tit, et Commentario instruxit, G. GESENIUS

35

Notæ Criticæ in Q. Horatii Flacci Opera nianu JOANNIS

Clerici marginibus exemplaris editionis Torrentii ad-

scriptæ. Ed. SALOMONSEN

45

Notice of “ L'Art de Plaire d'Ovide, Poème en trois

chants, suivi du Remède d'Amour, Poème en un chant,

nouvelle traduction en vers Français, avec le texte La-

tin en regard, et De la Fidélité, Poème érotique en trois

chants"

53

Theocriti quædam vulg. lectt. defenduntur et explicantur . 55

Index of the Passages of Menander aad Apollodorus,

which Terence has imitated in his six Comedies that

have been preserved to us

57

On a new Edition of the Polyglott Bible

59

Notice of “ Histoire de la Musiqu', par Mad. de Bawr.-

Essai sur la Danse antique et moderne, par M. E. Voiart” 60

On the Various Readings of the Hebrew Bible. Lett. III. 65

De Versibus quibusdam Horatianis. Disputatio H. C. A.

EICHSTAEDTI1, Indici Lecti, in Univ. Litt. Jenensi

per æstatem an. 1820. habendarum præmissa

71

Itinerary from Tripoli to Housa, and from the latter to

Sudah ; together with a summary of an Itinerary from

Tripoli to Timbuctou. By MUHAMED BEN ALY

BEN Foul. Translated from the Arabic into French

by M. S. De Sacy, and from the French into English,

and illustrated with notes, by J. G. JACKSON

75

Notice of MR. BARKER'S “ Germany and Agricola of

Tacitus, with critical aud philological notes, partly ori-

ginal and partly collected”

84

Page On the Pyramids of Egypt. Part III.

87 Sophoclis vulg. quædam lectt. defenduntur et explicantur

96 'ΑΣΠΑΣΙΟΥ ΣΧΟΛΙΩΝ ΕΙΣ ΤΑ ΗΘΙΚΑ ΤΟΥ ΑΡΙΣ

TOTEAOTE 'ENTOMH. E codd. MSS. Græce pri-
mus edidit H. Hase, statuarum antiquarum Dresdæ
publicus custos. No. II.

.... 104 Notice of “ Peintures Antiques et Inédites de Vases Grecs,

tirées de diverses collections, avec des explications, par
J. V. MILLINGEN”

... 118 Nugæ. No. VIII.

126 A Letter on a Greek Inscription engraved on an Ancient

Helmet of Brass, discovered in the ruins of Olympia in
the Peloponnesus; also some observations on the Island
of Ithaca, by the Chev, D. BRONSTED

133 Parallel Passages

... 146 Mors Nelsoni : Latin Prize Poem. By R. TREVELYAN 156 Notice of “ Cambridge Classical Examinations" ...... 167 The Scholia of Hermeas on the Phædrus of Plato, pub lished by FRED. Astius. Part III.

169 Some Observations caused by the recent introduction by

Mr. Bullock into England of various rare and curi-
ous specimens of Mexican Antiquity; intended shortly

to be submitted by him to the inspection of the public. · 174 Notice of “ Robertson's Latin Phrase Book”

... 194 Examinations for the Classical Triposes. First instituted at Cambridge, Jan. 1824.

196 ADVERSARIA LITERARIA, No. XXXVI.- Epigramma

ta, Epitaphia Variorum, No. vi.- Biblical Criticism.
--Psalm cxxxvii, Latine Græceque redd.-Eurip.
Heracl. 1014.

209 Notice of “The Characters of Theophrastus; translated

from the Greek, and illustrated by Physiognomical.
Sketches: to which are subjoined the Greek Text with
notes, and Hints on the individual Varieties of Human
Nature"

214 Literary Intelligence

216 Notes to Correspondents

222

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Page On the striking Coincidences between the Allegories, Si

miles, and Descriptions, in Tasso's Gierusalemme Libe

rata, and those of Homer and some other ancient writers 223 Notice of “ 'The Odes of Anacreon of Teos, translated

into English measure by E. H. THURLOW, LORD THURLOW

229 On the Genius and Writings of Claudian. Part 111. .... 231 Remarks en the English Translation of the Bible; with

some suggestions for an improved form of the Text in a revision of its numerous Italic interpulations, and of its pointing, and marginal additions...

239 The Arithmetic of the Holy Scriptures. No. v.

249 Is the Nightingale the Herald of Day, as well as the Mes

senger of Spring ? No. II. E. H. BARKER ..... 255 Nugæ. No. ix.

• 258 On the Pyramids of Egypt. Part iv...

266 The Scholia of Hermeas on the Phædrus of Plato, pub. lished by Fred. Astius. Part iv. ...

... 273 Biblical Criticism on the 1st and 2d chapters of St. Mat

thew; comprising a view of the leading arguments in favor of their authenticity, and of the principal objections which have been urged on the subject. By LATHAM WAIN EWRIGHT, M. A.

279 In Sophoclis dip. Colon. Emendationes

286 Biblical Criticism-on some mistranslated passages of Scripture. J. BELLAMY

298 Notice of “ A Grammar of the Three Principal Oriental

Languages, Hindoostanee, Persian, and Arabic, on a Plan entirely new and perfectly easy; to which is added a set of Persian Dialogues, composed for the Author by MIRZA MUHAMED Salih, of Shiraz, accompanied with an English Translation. By WILLIAM Price,

Esq. J. G. JACKSON Remarks on some passages in the New Testament, inaccurately rendered in the present version

312 Muhamedan Invocation : verses composed by SOLIMAN

BEN MUHAMED, late Emperor of Marocco, which are chanted every morning at the break of day by the MQden, at the top of the minarets. Translated by J. G. JACKSON

316

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On the Pyramids of Egypt. Part III.

87

Sophoclis vulg. quædam lectt. defenduntur et explicantur 96

'ΑΣΠΑΣΙΟΥ ΣΧΟΛΙΩΝ ΕΙΣ ΤΑ ΗΘΙΚΑ ΤΟΥ ΑΡΙΣ-

TOTEATE 'ENITOMH. E codd. MSS. Græce pri-

mus edidit H. Hase, statuarum antiquarum Dresdæ

publicus custos. No. II.

.... 104

Notice of “ Peintures Antiques et Inédites de Vases Grecs,

tirées de diverses collections, avec des explications, par

J. V. MILLINGEN"

118

Nugæ. No. VIII.

126

A Letter on a Greek Inscription engraved on an Ancient

Helmet of Brass, discovered in the ruins of Olympia in

the Peloponnesus; also some observations on the Island

of Ithaca, by the Chev. D. BRONSTED

133

Parallel Passages

146

Mors Nelsoni : Latin Prize Poem. By R. TREVELYAN 156

Notice of Cambridge Classical Examinations" ...... 167

The Scholia of Hermeas on the Phædrus of Plato, pub

lished by Fred. Astius. Part III.

169

Some Observations caused by the recent introduction by

MR. BULLOCK into England of various rare and curi-

ous specimens of Mexican Antiquity; intended shortly

to be submitted by him to the inspection of the public. . 174

Notice of “Robertson's Latin Phrase Book”

194

Examinations for the Classical Triposes. First instituted

at Cambridge, Jan. 1824.

196

ADVERSARIA LITERARIA, No. XXXVI.—Epigramma-

ta, Epitaphia Variorum, No. vii.— Biblical Criticism.

-Psalm cxxxvii, Latine Græceque redd.—Eurip.

Heracl. 1014.

209

Notice of “ The Characters of Theophrastus ; translated

from the Greek, and illustrated by Physiognomical .

Sketches: to which are subjoined the Greek Text with

notes, and Hints on the individual Varieties of Human

Nature"

214

Literary Intelligence

216

Notes to Correspondents

292

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