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THE

JOURNAL

OF

SACRED LITERATURE

AND

BIBLICAL RECORD.

EDITED BY

THE REV. HENRY BURGESS, LL.D., Ph.D.,

MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SOCIRTY OF LITERATURE.

VOL X.

LONDON:

ALEXANDER HEYLIN, PATERNOSTER ROW.
EDINBURGH: W. OLIPHANT AND CO. DUBLIN: S. B. OLDHAM.

1860.

LONDON:

MITCHELL AND SON, PRINTERS, WARDOUR STREET, W.

INDEX

TO

VOLUME THE TENTH.

A

Ascher's Hebrew labours, 192.
Assyria, remarks on its history, 136;

Dr. Hincks on, 151; refinement of
tastes in, 153; Auberlen and De

Wette on, 153.
Augustine's precept to slaveholders,

131.
Authorship of the Epistle to the He-

brews, 392.

B

Aaron, explanation of the name of, 432.
Alexandrine Codex, new edition of, 226.
Alford, Dean, his opinion of the au-

thenticity of the Epistle to the He-
brews, 420; his claims on the respect
of scholars, 428.
Alphabet, universal, 386.
American criticism on the Bampton

Lectures, 211.
American Clergy and the Episcopal

Church on the Apostles' Creed, 20,

21.
Analysis of the Emblems of St. John,

71, 345.
Ancient and modern commentaries on

the Holy Scriptures, 284.
Ancient statutes, 453.
Angel of Jehovah, the, 466.
Anglo-Saxon tombs, 236.
Apocalypse, the, and the Papacy, 4.
Apocalyptic visions and Napoleon III.,

5; the beast and Napoleon I., 8.
Apostles' Creed, alterations in, 19.
Apostles, the, and human relations,

119; their teaching subversive of

slavery, 123.
Arnold on sin and trespass offerings,

255.
Articles of the Church in 1552, 26.
Articles of religion, remarks on the,

403.

Babylonian refinement, 153.
Bampton Lectures, remarks on Mr.

Mansel's, 200.
Baptized for the dead, who were they?

395.
Barrow, Dr., works of, 235.
Bible history confirmed by an Egyp-

tian seal, 227; remarks on, 388.
Bible-printing monopoly, 211; evidence

on, 212.
Bible translations in French, devia-

tions from the English, 437.
Bibles, their inferiority in style in

America, 212; their circulation in
Scotland, 220.
Biblia Pauperum, reproduction of, 227.
Bishop Horsley's and Henshaw'scharge

against Calvin, 28.
Bishop of Blois and slavery, 115.
Blasphemous reference to Christianity

in ancient Rome, 470.

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