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Index III, Persons, Places, and Subjects.

General Index of Persons, Places, and Subjects referred to in this Volume. But Scriptural References are to be sought in Index I.; and Patristic References, in Index II. 'New Codices' will be found enumerated in the Appendix.

a, see Alexandrinus.

א and b: see b, and Antiquity.

א a b c d, in conflict, 12, 13, 14, 16-7, 30-1, 46-7, 75-8, 94-5, 117, 249, 262, 265, 289, 386

Abutor, 146

Acacius, Bp. of Melitene, 178

Accident, 50-6

Æthiopic, see Version.

ἀγάπη, 201-2

ἀΐδιος, 207

αἰτεῖν, 191-3

αἰών, 182, 208

αἰώνιος, 207

ἀλάβαστρον, 200-1

Alexander (Dr.), Bp. of Derry, 107-8

Alexandrian readings, 271-2, 357

Alexandrinus (cod.) (a), 11-17, 345-347, 431-7

ἀληθινός, 180

Alford (Dean), 381, 456, 498

Allocution, 413-5

Alterations, yet not improvements, 139-143

Ammonius, 29

Amos (in S. Matt, i.), 186

ἀμφίβληστρον, 184

Amphilochius, 210

ἄμφοδον, 182

ἀναβάς, 139

ἀναπεσών, 145

Anastasius (Imp.), 472-3

Ancient Authority, see Ellicott.

Ancoratus, 427

Andrewes, Bp., 500

Antioch, 385, 391

Antiochian, see Syrian.

Antiquity, 333

ἀντίστητε, 129

Anziani (Dr.), 445, 492

Aorist, 158-60, 162

ἀπελπίζοντες, 146

ἀφιέναι, 193-5

Apolinaris, 456, 458

Apollonides, 323-4

ἀπολύειν, 195

ἀποστολοευαγγέλια, 448

Apostolus, 446-8, 476-8, 482, 491. See the Appendix.

Aram (in S. Matt. i.), 186

Argument e silentio, 469

Armenian, see Version.

Article, the, 164-5

Articles (Three) in the Quarterly Review, their history pref. ix-xiv

ἄρτος, 179

ἀρχαί, 180

Asaph (in S. Matt. i.), 186-7

Asclepiades, 323-4

Ask (αἰτεῖν), 171-3

Assassins, 147

Assimilation, 32, 65-69

——, proofs of, 66

ἀτενίσαντες, 129

Attraction, 351-2

αὐληταί, 148

Authority, (ancient) see Ellicott.

αὐτός, 165

542

b, see Vaticanus.

b and א (codd.), sinister resemblance, 12

b and א, 12, 255-7, 315-20, 333, 357, 361, 365, 408, 410

Bandinel (Dr.), 445

Baptist Revisers, 504-5

Baptismal Renunciation, 215

Basil to Amphilochius, 210

Basilides, 29

Beckett, Sir Edmund, 38, 222

Belsheim, Dr. J., 444, 453, 493

Bengel (J. A.), 246, 500

Bentley, Dr. R., 432, 467, 499

Berlin (see De Boor), 492, 493

Berriman, Dr. J., 432, 433, 446, 468, 474, 480, 500

Bethesda, 5

Beveridge (Bp.), 351, 500

Beyer (Dr.), 477

Bezæ, cod. (d), 11-7, 77-9, 117, 264-5

Birch (Andreas), 246, 383, 467

Blunders, 149, 150, 180, 181;—172, 176, 177, &c.

Bois (John), 228

Bondmaid, 196

Boon, 217

Bowls, 200

Branch, 184

Broughton (Hugh), 513

Bull (Bp.), 212, 500

c, see Ephraemi.

Caius (a.d. 175) on the Text, 323-4

Cambridge, Codex (d), see, Bezæ.

—— Greek Text, Pref. xxviii

Capper (S. Herbert), Esq., 492

Cappilli (Sig.), 491-2

Carob tree, 181

Castan (M.), 477

Castiglione, 452

Catalogue of Crypta Ferrata, 447

Cedron, 181

Ceriani (Dr.), 381, 452, 477, 491-2-3. See the Appendix.

Changes (licentious), 127, 403-7

Charity, 201-2

χωρίον, 182

Chronicle of Convocation, 507

Church Quarterly (1882), Pref. xvi

Church Quarterly, (1883), Pref. xvi-xx., xxiv-vii.

Citations, see Fathers.

Clemens, Alex., 326-7, 327-31

Codd. b—א—acd, 11-17, 30, 108, 249, 262, 269-71

—— f and g, 438-43

—— Paul 73, 444

—— —— 181, 444-5

—— new, see the Appendix.

Collation of MSS., 125, 246-7;

with the Received Text, 249-50, 262

Complutensian, 391

Conflate readings, 258-65

Conflation examined, 258-65, 285

Congregationalist Revisers, 504-5

Conjectural emendation, 351-7

Consent of copies (see Fathers), 454-5

Conversantibus, 176

Cook, (Canon), 204-5, 214, 234, 372, 381, 470, 502

Cornelius à Lapide, 473

Corruptions in the N. T., 334-5

Cotelerius, 473

Coxe (Rev. H. O.), 306, 445, 491

Cozza-Luzi (Abbate), 447, 477, 491-2-3, see the Appendix.

Cranbrook, Viscount, page v-viii

Creyk (John), 433

Crib, 238

Cross, title on, 85-8

Crux criticorum, the, 98

Crypta Ferrata, 447, 473-4, 478, 521

d, see Bezæ.

δαιμόνιον, 179

Darkness, 62-4

Dartige (M.), 493

Dated codices, 292

δέ, 167-8

Deane (Rev. H.), 450, 481, 489

De Boor (Dr. C.), 492-3

Definite, see Article.

Delicate distinction, 402

Demoniacal possession, 206

Denis (M.), 493

Derry (Bp. of), see Alexander.

Design, 56-65

δευτερόπρωτον, 73

543

Devil, 214-6

διά, 170, 173-4, see ὑπό

Dialogue (supposed), 320-8, 328-42

Diatessaron, see Tatian.

διδασκαλία, 199

διδάσκαλος, 179

διδαχή, 199

διέρχωμαι, 407

Dionysius Alex., 461-2

Διόσκουροι, 147

Dissertation on 1 Tim. iii. 16 Pref. xxi-iv, 424-501

Divination. See Verifying faculty.

Doctrine extirpated, 199

δοῦλος, 179

δύναμις, 204

Dublin (Abp. of), see Trench.

ἤ interrogative, 168-9

Ebionite Gospel, 116

Ecclesiastical Tradition, 495

Eclipse, 63-5

Editions of Fathers, 121

ἔγνων, 159

Egyptian, see Version.

ειδε for ιδε, 140

εἰκῆ, 359-61

εἰπεῖν, 511-2

εἶς, 183

ἐκλείποντος, 63-5

ἔλαβον, 139

ἑλληνιστί, 149

Ellicott (Bp. of Gloucester), on the old uncials, 14-5

—— on the A. V., 112, 368

—— on Revision xlii, 112, 124, 126, 226-8, 368

—— on Marginal Readings, 136-7

—— on Textus Receptus, 383-8, 389-91

—— on 1 Tim. iii. 16, 428-31

—— on 2 Tim. iii. 16, 209

—— on Textual Criticism, 234

—— on innocent Ignorance, 349-50

—— on the Greek Text, 369, 509

—— on Euthalius, 460-1

—— his jaunty proposal, 216

—— his Pamphlet Pref. xx-xxii, 369 seq.

Ellicott, his critical knowledge, 370, 376, 385, 430, 457, 459-61, 471-2, Dedication p. viii

—— his requirement anticipated, 371, 397

—— his method of procedure, 372-4, 419-24, 459-61

—— method of his Reviewer, 375-383, 496-7, 517, Pref. xxiv-vii

—— appeals to Modern Opinion, instead of to Ancient Authority, 376-8, 415-6, 438-9, 483-5, 514-5

—— follows Dr. Hort, 391-8, 455, 517-8

—— complains of Injustice, 399, 400-13

—— suggested Allocution, 413-5

—— his defence of the New Greek Text, examined 415-9, 419-24

ἐμβατεύων, 140

ἐν, its different renderings, 171-2

ἐν ὀλίγῳ, 151-2

English idiom, 154-5, 158-75

ἐφανερώθη, 427, 468

ἐφιστάναι, 144

Ephraemi cod. (c), 11-17, 325

Epileptic, 205-6

ἐπιπεσών, 145

Epiphanius, 427

ἐπιστᾶσα, 144

ἠπόρει [see Scrivener, ed. 3, pp. 581-2], 66-9

Errors (plain and clear), 3, 4, 105, 148, 172, 216, 222-3, 228, 348, 400-1, 430, 496, 512

Escher (Dr.), 493

ἐσκοτίσθη, 61

ἔστησαν, 150

Eternal, 207

Eternity, 208

Ethiopic, see Version.

Eudocia, 465

Euraquilo, 176

εὐρεθήσεται, 356

Euripides (papyrus of), 321-2

Euroclydon, 176

Euthalius, 429, 460-1

544

Eutherius, 427

εὐθέως, 153-4

Euthymius Zigabenus. See Index II.

Everlasting, 207

Evil One, 214-6

ἐξελθοῦσαν, 402

ἔξοδος, 184

Exodus, 184

External evidence, 19-20

f and g (codd.), 257

Factor of Genealogy, 256

Farrar, Canon (now Archd.), Pref. xv

Fathers, 121, 125-6, see Index II.

Fell (Bp.), 432

Field (Dr.), 146, 148, 163, 177, 180, 382

Florence, see Anziani.

Flute-players, 148

Forstemann (Dr.), 441, 493

Future sense, 163-4

Gabelentz and Loebe, 452

Gandell (Professor), 184

Gardiani (Sig.), 492

γεγεννημένος, 347

Gelasius of Cyzicus, 479, see Index II.

Genealogical Evidence, 253

γένεσις and γέννησις, 119-22

γεννηθείς, 347

γένος, 142

Geographical distribution of Patristic Testimony, 45, 134

Gifford (Dr.), 214

γινώσκεις, 149

Gloucester (Bp. of), see Ellicott.

γλωσσόκομον, 201

God blessed for ever!, 211

Gorresio (Sig.), 492

Gospel incident, 194-5

—— (the Ebionite), 116

—— of the Hebrews, 29

Gothic, see Version.

Græco-Syrian, see Syrian.

Great priest, 182

Green, Rev. T. S., 499

Gregory (Dr. C. R.), 477

Gregory Naz., 73

Griesbach (J. J.), 380, 456, 482, 483

Hall, Bp., 500

Hammond (Dr.), 432, 500

Headings of the Chapters, 223, 412

Hellenistic Greek, 182-4, See Septuagint.

Henderson (Dr.), 500

Heracleon, 29

Hermophilus, 323-4

Herodotus, 65

Hesychius, 29, 163

Hilary on μύλος ὀνικός, 281

Hincmar, Abp. of Rheims, 472

Hoerning (Dr.), 453

'Holy Ghost', 204

Hort, Dr., 37, 135, 182, 211, 248, 394, (see Westcott and Hort).

—— hypothesis and system, see reverse of Title-page.

—— his Introduction analyzed, 246-69

—— strong preference for codd. b and א, 252, 269-271, 298-305, 307-8, 312-14

—— mistaken estimate of b and א, 315-20

—— divining and verifying faculty, 253, 290, 291, 307-8

—— imaginary history of the Traditional Greek Text, 271-88, 296-8

—— antagonism with Patristic Antiquity, 283-5, 298-300

—— fatal dilemma, 292-3

—— Reiteration, 306

—— ultimate appeal to his own individual mind, 307-8

—— Art of Conjectural Emendation, 351-7

—— absurd Textual hypothesis, 293-4

—— intellectual peculiarity, 362

—— method of editing the Greek Text, 363

—— Text of the N. T., 364-5

—— often forsaken by Dr. Westcott, 352

Hug (J. L.), 381

545

Huish (Alex.), 432

Idiom, see English.

ἱερεὺς (ὁ μέγας), 182

Imperfect tense, 161

Incident (unsuspected), 194-5

Independent Reviewers, 504-5

Innocent ignorance of the Reviewer, 347-9, 411

Inspiration, 208

Instructions, see Revisers.

Instrumentality (ideas of), 173

Internal Evidence, 253

Interpreters, (modern), 211

Intrinsic probability, 251-2

Jacobson (Dr. W.) Bp. of Chester, 37

Jechonias (in Matt. i.), 186

Jerome, 73, 427, 449

Jesus, 184

Joanes, 181

John (S.) and S. Mark, 185

Jona (son of), 181-2

Josephus, 52

καί, 169-70

—— its force, 209

καὶ πῶς, 170

Kaye (Bp.) on Clemens Al., 336

κέδρων, 181

κενεμβατεύων, 356

κεράτια, 181

Kidron, 181

Kippax (Rev. John), 433

Kishon, 181

κισσῶν, 181

Knowledge of Christ not limited, 210

κράξας, 71-2

Lachmann's Text, 21, 242-3, 246, 270, 380-1

Lagarde (P. A. de), 493

—— Analecta Syr., 481

Latin Version, 9

Laubmann (Dr.), 493

Lawrence (Abp.), 380

Layers of leaves, 58-61

Lecythus, 201

Lee (Archd.) on Inspiration, 208, 230, 382

Leontius Byzantinus, 480, see Index II.

Liberatus of Carthage, 471-3

Licentious, see Changes.

Lightfoot (Dr.) Bp. of Durham, 145, 498, Pref. xxxi.

Limitation of our Saviour's knowledge, 210

Lincoln (Bp. of), see Wordsworth.

λίθος μυλικός, 181

Lloyd (Bp.) ed. of N. T., Pref. xvii-ix, 16

Lord's Prayer, 34-6, 214-6

Love, 201-2

Lucian, 29

Luke (Gospel according to S.), 16, 34-5, 75-91, 249, 403-7

Lunaticus, 205-6

Macedonius, 103, 470-5, 489

Mai (Card.), 121

Malan (Dr. S. C.), 67, 120, 123, 124, 348, 356, 382, 451, 453-4

Manichæan depravation, 220

Maranatha, 180

Marcion, 29, 34-5, 61

Margin, 3-6, 33, 115, 130, 131, 137, 175, 236-7

Marginal References, 223, 412

Marius Mercator, 468

Mark (Gospel according to S.), 30, 262

—— collation of 15 verses, 327-31

—— last Twelve Verses, 36-7, 39-40, 48, 49, 51, Ded. vii, Pref. xxiii

—— and S. John, 185

Martin (Abbé), 382, 446, 474, 477, 478, 492, 528

Martin I. (Pope), 421, 473

Massmann (H. F.), 453

Matranga (Papas Filippo), 477, 492, see the Appendix, p. 522-3

Matthæi (C. F.), 246

—— —— Scholia, 348, 380, 427, 434, 465, 468

Matthew (S.) chap. i. (Greek), 119-24, 186

—— —— (English), 156-7, 186

Medial agency, 173

Melita and Melitene, 177-8

Menander, 361

Merivale (Dean), 230

Messina, see Matranga: and p. 523

μία, 183

546

Middleton (Bp.), 165, 209

Milan (see Ceriani), 452, 477, 491-2-3

Mill (Dr. John), 245, 383, 432, 437, 472, 500

—— on cod. d, 13

—— (Dr. W. H.), 354

Milligan (Dr.), 39, 48

Miracle, 202-4

μνημεῖον, 197-9

Moberly (Dr.) Bp. of Salisbury, 106, 228-9

Modena, see Cappilli: and p. 523

Modern Interpreters, 411

—— Opinion, see Ellicott.

μονογενὴς Θεύς, 182

Montfaucon, 121

Moreh, 180

Morier (Sir Robert), 492

μωρέ, 180

μύλος ὀνικός, 181

Mutilation, 69-93

Mystical interpretation, 185

νάρδου πιστικῆς, 184-5

Nazareth, 184

Necessity of Revision, 127, 150, 223, 228

Needless changes, 87-8, 224-5; 97, 224-5, 399, 403-7

νεκροὺς ἐγείρετε, 108

Nemesis of superstition, 350

Netser, 184

Neutral readings, 271-2, 357

New English Version, 225-6

New Greek Text, 130, 224-5

Newth (Dr.), 37-9, 109, 126, 369, 502

Newton (Sir Isaac), 426, 480, 500

Nilus Rossanensis, 447

Nineteen changes in 34 words, 401

Nominative repeated, 165

Non-Alexandrian readings, 357

Non-Alexandrian Pre-Syrian, 357

Nonsensical rendering, 218

Non-Western, 357-8

Notes in the margin, 175

Numerals in MSS., 52-3

Number of the Beast, 135

ὁ ὤν ἐν τῷ οὐρανῷ, 133

Occupation (Right of), 199-206

ωδε, 139

Olivet, 184

Ollivant (Bp.), 146

Omission, intentional, 69-93

ὄνος, 181

Or not meant by ἤ, 168-9

Opinion, (modern) see Ellicott.

Origen, as a textual critic, 292

ὅς, 165

ὅς and θεός, in MSS., 99-105

ὅτι for ὅτε, 140

Otium Norvicense, see Field.

οὕτως, 145

παιδίσκη, 195-6

πάλιν, 57

Palmer (Archd.), 49, 126

Papyrus, 321-2

παραδῷ, 178

παράκλησις, 190

Paralytic borne of four, 30-3

Paris cod., see Ephraemi.

——, see Wescher, Martin.

Parquoi (M.), 437

Particles (Greek), 166

πᾶσα γραφή, 208-9

πάσας τὰς ἡμέρας, 152

πάσχα, τὸ, 353

Paul 17, 73, 181, 443-8

—— (S.), Codd., 493-4

—— New Codd., see the Appendix.

Pearson (Bp.), 212, 432, 471, 500

Peckover (Alex.), Esq., 493

Penerino (Sig.), 492

Perfect (English), 158-60

—— (Greek), 163

περίχωρος, 184

Perowne, (Dean), Pref. xxx

Perverted sense, 218-9

Phaseolus vulgaris, 181

Phavorinus, 140

Photius, 467

φιάλη, 200

Pistic nard, 184

Plain and clear, see Errors.

πλεῖστος ὄχλος, 145

Pluperfect sense of Aorist, 162

Ponderari debent testes, 455

πονηροῦ, (ἀπὸ τοῦ), 214-6

Possession (Demoniacal), 206

547

Possession (right of), 199-206

Powles (Rev. R. Cowley), Pref. xxviii, 322

Praxapostolus, see Apostolus.

Pre-Syrian, 357-8

Pre-Syrian Non-Western, 357

Preface of 1611, 187-91, 198-9

—— 1881, 189

Preponderating evidence, 411, 496

Prepositions, 170-5

Present (Greek), sometimes a Future, 163-4

—— sense of perfect, 163

Principle of translation, mistaken, 187-96

Principles of Textual Criticism, 125-6, 227, 349-50, 374-5, 411

Probability, 497

Proper names in S. Matt. i. 186

Proud-in-the-imagination-of-their-hearts, 172

Provision (God's) for the safety of His Word, 8, 9, 338, 494

προέφθασεν, 146

Pronouns, 165

πρώτη, 180

Pulcheria, 465

Pusey (P. E.), 345, 382, 449, 468

Pyramus and Thisbe, 171

Pyramid poised on its apex, 342-5

Quarterly Review, Pref. ix-xiv

Quia, 448, 473

Quod (in 1 Tim. iii. 16), 448

Quotations, see Fathers.

Randell (Rev. T.), 481, 493

Ravine, 181

Readings, see Various.

—— before Renderings, 106, 225

Received Text, see Textus.

Recension (imaginary), 271-88

Reiche (J. G.), 380-1

Reiteration not Proof, 306-7

Rendering of the same word, 138, 152-4, 187-202

Result of acquaintance with documents, 337

Rettig (H. C. M.), 442

Revised Version, see Revision.

Revisers exceeded their Instructions:—

(1) In respect of the English, 112, 127-30, 155-7, 225-6, 368, 400-3

(2) In respect of the Greek, 57-8, 97, 118-26, 224, 399, 403-6

Revising body (composition of), 504-5

Revision, original Resolution and Rules concerning, 3, 97, 114, 127, 130

—— of 1611, 167, 508-14

—— of 1881, how it was conducted, 37, 117-8, 369

—— unfair in its method, 116, 131-8

—— essentially different from that of 1611, 508-14

—— rests on a foundation of sand, 110, 516

—— incapable of being further revised, 107

—— its case hopeless, 226-7

—— characterized, 238

—— its probable fate, 508-14

—— unfavourable to Orthodoxy, 513

—— interesting specimens, 171, 401

Rhythm in translation, 188

Rieu (Dr.), 453

Right of possession, 199

Ring of genuineness, 307, 309-12

Roberts (Dr.), 36, 39-40, 48, 98, 230

Rocchi (Hieromonachus), 447-8, 474, 492, see the Appendix.

Rogers, the poet, 162

Romans ix. 5, 210-4

Rome, (See Cozza Luzi, Escher), 521

Rose, (Rev. W. F.), of Worle, Somersetshire, Pref. xxviii

Rouser (Professor), 306

Routh (President), 152, 211, 444, 452, 501

Sachau, 481

S. Andrews (Bp. of), see Wordsworth.

Salisbury (Bp. of), see Moberly.

548

Samaria, (woman of), 407-8

Sanday, (Dr.), Pref. xvi

Saville (Prof.), 306

Scholium misunderstood, 467, 468

Scholz (Dr.), 246, 380, 445, 456

Scott (Sir Gilbert), 306

Scripture, God's provision for its safety 8, 9, 338, 494

—— depraved by heretics, 336

Scrivener (Prebendary), 13, 30, 37, 49, 106, 108, 126, 231, 237-8, 243, 246, 317, 381, 405, 431, 474, 477, 493, 502-3, see back of Title.

Septuagint, 182, 183, 184, 228

Sepulchre, the Holy, 198

σημεῖον, 203-4

σικάριοι, 147

Sieber (M.), 493

σίκερα, 180

Sinaiticus, cod. (א), 11-17, 265, 286,,289, 291, 314-5, 325-6, 343-5

Sixteen places, 415-9

Smith (Dr. Vance), 174, 204-5, 503-8, 513, 515

Socinian gloss, 210-4

Solvere ambulando, 126, 228, xxxi

σπεκουλάτωρ, 147

Spelling of proper names, 186-7

σπλάγχνα, 153

σπυρίς, 171, 180

Stanley (Dean), 135, 507

Stillingfleet (Bp.), 500

στιβάς and στοιβάδες, 58-60

συντρίψασα, 185

συστρεφομένων, 176-7

Syndics of Cambridge Press, xxx-i

Syracuse, 494

Syriac Version, 9

Syrian, Antiochian, Græco-Syrian,—Dr. Hort's designations of the Traditional Greek Text 257-65, 269

—— its assumed origin, 272-88

—— and history, 290-1

—— characterized, 87, 288-290

τάφος, 298

Tatian (see Index II.) 29, 336, 350

Teaching, 199

τέκνον, 153, 179

τέλος, 51

Tenses, 157-64, see Aorist, Imperfect, Perfect, Pluperfect, Present.

—— unidiomatically rendered, 402

Test-places (three), 47, 519

Text to be determined by external evidence, 19-20, 45

—— provision for its security, 10

—— (Received), see Textus Receptus and Syrian.

Texts, see Index I.

'Textus Receptus', 12-3, 17-8, 107, 118

—— (Bp. Ellicott on), 388

—— needs correction 21, 107

—— see Syrian, Traditional.

Theodore of Mopsuestia, 480, see Index II.

Theodotus, the Gnostic, 323-4

Theophilus, Bp. of Antioch, 29

θεόπνευστος, 208-9

Θεός and ὅς in MSS., 99-105, 425-6

—— , not ὅς, to be read in 1 Tim. iii. 16, Pref. xxi-iv, 424-501

Thierry (M.), 493

Thirty changes in 38 words, 171

1 Timothy iii. 16. See Θεός

Tischendorf (Dr.) 22-4, 45, 243-4, 246, 270-1, 370, 383, 437-8, 451, 467

Title on the Cross, 85-8

Titus Justus, 53-4

Tomb, 198

Tradition (Ecclesiastical), 495

Traditional Text departed from 6000 times, 107

—— see Syrian.

—— meaning of S. Mark xiii. 32, 209-10

Transcriptional probability, 251-2

Translators of 1611, 187-91, 207

—— of 1881, mistaken principle of 138, 187-96

Transposition, 93-7

549

Tregelles (Dr.), 22, 45, 243, 246, 270, 370, 380, 383, 431, 451, 467, 498

Trench (Abp.), xlii, 106, 229

Trinitarian doctrine, 174-5

True Text, (only safe way of ascertaining), 339-42

Tusculum, 446

Tyndale (William), 167, 191, 192

Uncials (depravity of the old), 12-17, 30-5, 46-7, 75-6, 94-5

Uniformity of rendering, 166, 187

Unitarian Reviser, intolerable, 503-8

ὑπό and διά, 156

ὑποτύπωσις, 351

Uppström (Andr.), 452

Upsala, 444, see Belsheim.

Ussher (Abp.), 432, 469, 500

Valckenaer, 228

Valentinus, 29

Various Readings, 49-50, 56, 65, 130-1

Vaticanus, codex (b), 11-17, 265, 273, 286, 289, 291, 314-5, 325, 342-5, see b and א.

Veludo (Sig.), 492

Vercellone (C.), 381

Verifying faculty, 95-6, 109, 253, 290-1, 307-8

Version (Authorized), 112-4

—— (old Latin), 9, 448

—— (Vulgate), 9, 419

—— (Peschito), 9, 449-50

—— (Harkleian), 450

—— (Coptic), 9, 451-2

—— (Sahidic), 9, 451-2

—— (Gothic), 9, 452-3

—— (Armenian), 9, 453

—— (Æthiopic), 9, 453

—— (Georgian), 454

—— (Arabic), 453-4

—— (Slavonian), 454

Vials, 200

Von Heinemann (Dr.), 493

Vulgate, see Version.

W. (M.), Pref. xxviii

Walton (Bp. Brian), 432

Waterland (Dr.), 500

Way (only safe) of ascertaining the True Test, 339-42

Weber (M.), 437

Wescher (M.), 492

Wesleyan Methodist Revisers, 504-5

West the painter, 162

Westcott (Dr.), xlii, 124, see Hort.

Westcott and Hort (Drs.), 24-9, 33, 49, 51, 72, 83, 91, 92, 94, 95, 97, 110, 114, 125, 134-5, 177, 239-41, 245, 247, 370, 380, 382, 499, 502, 518-9, See reverse of Title-page, and Pref. xi-iv, xxvi-viii, xxxi

Western,, 357

—— readings, 271-2

—— and Syrian, 361

Westminster Abbey scandal, 507

Wetstein (J. J.), 246, 383, 426, 456, 467, 469, 480, 497

Wilberforce (Bp.), 229, 415, 505, 507

Woide (C. G.), 434-7

Wolfii Anecd. Græca, 458

Wood (C. F. B.), 183

Word, incarnate and written, 334-5, 390-1

Wordsworth (Dr. Charles), Bp. of S. Andrews, 106, 165, 229-30, 382

—— (Dr. Christopher), Bp. of Lincoln, 37, 112, 147, 184, 226, 368, 382, 400, 502, 505, 513, Ded. vi

Wotton (Henry), 433

Xenophon, 149

Young (Patrick), 432

—— (Dr.), of Glasgow, 477

ζώνη, 201

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