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For SEPTEMBER, 1808.

Art. I. Middleton's Doctrine of the Greek Article, applied to the Criticism

and Illustration of the Greek Testament.

(Continued from p. 678.) WE are now to fulfil our engagement, by giving a synopsis

of Mr. Middleton's system; studying brevity so far as it is compatible with perspicuity.

All the insertions and omissions of the Greek Article respect Appellative Nouns-Proper Names, -Abstract Terms, -certain cases of apparent anomaly,--some peculiar words, and the concord of the Adjective with the Sábstantive. Each of these will be the subject of a proposition, with subordinate divisions.

PROPOSITION I. (Ch. III. of Mr. Middleton.) To ascertain the rules of the position or the omission of the Article with the Appellative Nouns.

SECT. I. Insertions of the Article in subservience to the pur. pose of Retrospective Reference.

Rule i. On the renewed mention of an object before named, or expressed by a synonym, or only adverted to, the article is inserted. e. g.

Object before named. Κορίνθιοι, προπέμψαντες ΚΗΡΥΚΑ, έπλεον 'επι την Επίδαμνού" ως δε ο κήρυξ τε απήγγειλεν ουδέν ειρηναιονThucyd. i. 29.

Synonym before expressed. Κολάσαντος δέ τινος ισχυρώς 'ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΟΝ, ήρετο τι χαλεπαίνοι ΤΩι θεράποντι. Χen. Mem. iii. 13. 4.

Object adverted to, so that its existence is clearly inferable in the hearer's mind. "Οταν τι ΨΕΥΔΩΝΤΑΙ, 'αόριστα και ασαφη τειρώνται λέγειν, φοβόμενοι ΤΟΝ "ελεγχον, i. e. the conviction which lying boasters bave reason to apprehend, and which Æschines charges his riral with audaciously outbraving. Cont. Ctes. 34.

Rule ii. The Article is employed when the reference is, raz' ':óxm, to an object pre-eminent in the hearer's notice among others of the same kind; whatever be the nature of the pre-eminence, whether excellency or vileness. e. g. VOL. IV.

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