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The Use of the Apocrypha in the Christian Church. Cambridge University Press Warehouse. Price 3s.

A.D.BOOKMAN.—“A lucid setting forth of the Ancient and Modern Use of the Apocrypha.”

CHURCHWOMAN.—“An admirable and interesting monograph . . sure to interest clerical and other scholars.”

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THEOLOGY.—“For the general student of historical theology it is of importance.”

JOURNAL OF THEOLOGICAL STUDIES.—“He deserves our gratitude for the industry and care which has given us a very timely and useful book.”

EXAMINER.—“The writer of this scholarly and interesting volume champions a losing cause, but he champions it well . . . The fine scholarship and earnest pleading of this volume are worthy of a better cause.”

EXPOSITORY TIMES.—“It is very valuable. It is first-hand work, and the author has judgment to select as well as industry to gather his facts.”

DEUTEROCANONICA.—“This is a scholarly yet popular work, which we cannot commend too highly. It is probably the best apologia of the Apocrypha which exists.”

SCOTSMAN.—“It is a learned essay, which argues . . . that the Apocrypha should be more widely used . . . a view which cannot but gain ground when so devoutly and so eruditely supported as it is here.”

GLASGOW HERALD.—“May be commended to all those who wish a short and yet learned statement of the position which these writings have hitherto occupied in the Christian Church.”

THEOLOGISCHE LITERATURZEITUNG (Prof. E. Schürer. “Der Verfasser is wohl orientirt, and bringt namentlich über den Gebrauch in der englischen Kirche Manches bei, was für deutsche Leser der Gegenwart, welche nur die rigorose Stellung der englischen Bibelgesellschaften kennen, neu and von Interesse sein wird . . . Er hat . . . Materiel beigebracht, für welches wir ihm dankbar sein dürfen.”

PILOT.—“Mr. Daubney does good service in calling attention to the great value of the Apocrypha, and we hope that this very interesting book will remind Churchmen of the serious loss that results from its omission from Bibles.

CHURCHMAN.—“It is a useful and very interesting little book.”

REVUE DE L’HISTOIRE DES RELIGIONS.—“L’auteur écrit avec une grande sûreté d’information, avec clarté et agrément. Son opuscule fera le bonheur de ceux qui aiment l’érudition aimable et les discussions courtoises . . . Quoiqu’ écrit dans un interêt confessionnel, le livre de M. Daubney se recommande au lecteur par une scrupuleuse exactitude et par une foule de rapprochements de textes aussi heureux que frappants.”

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The Christian Use of the Apocrypha. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Price 2d.

DEUTEROCANONICA.—“One of the best pamphlets on the subject, which should be circulated broadcast.”

Brief Notes for Village Confirmation Class Instruction. Cambridge: J. Palmer. London: G. J. Palmer & Sons. Price 6d.

GUARDIAN.—“Is what it professes to be. Clear and well arranged.”

NATIONAL CHURCH.—“We are much pleased with it.”

ELY DIOCESAN REMEMBRANCER.—“We think it will prove highly useful.”

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By the Rev. HENRY LATHAM, M.A., late Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

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Pastor Pastorum; or, the Schooling of the Apostles of our Lord. Crown 8vo. 6s. 6d.

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The Psalms in Three Collections. Translated, with Notes, by E. G. King, D.D. Cr. 4to, cloth. 12s. net.

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FIRST COLLECTION, Psalms I.–XLI. 6s.

SECOND COLLECTION, PSALMS XLII.–LXXXIX. 6s.

THIRD COLLECTION, PSALMS XC.–CL. 5s.

Cambridge: DEIGHTON BELL & C0.

London: GEO. BELL & SONS.

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J. PALMER, PRINTER, ALEXANDRA STREET, CAMBRIDGE.

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The Christian Use of the Apocrypha.  London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Price 2d.

DEUTEROCANONICA.—“One of the best pamphlets on the subject, which should be circulated broadcast.”

Brief Notes for Village Confirmation Class Instruction. Cambridge: J. Palmer. London: G. J. Palmer & Sons. Price 6d.

GUARDIAN.—“Is what it professes to be. Clear and well arranged.”

NATIONAL CHURCH.—“We are much pleased with it.”

ELY DIOCESAN REMEMBRANCER.—“We think it will prove highly useful.”

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By the Rev. HENRY LATHAM, M.A., late Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

Twelfth Thousand.

Pastor Pastorum; or, the Schooling of the Apostles of our Lord.

Crown 8vo. 6s. 6d.

Fifth Thousand.

The Risen Master. A Sequel to ‘Pastor Pastorum.’ Revised, with 2 Photogravure Plates. Cr. 8vo, cloth. 6s.

Fourth Thousand.

A Service of Angels. Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.

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The Psalms in Three Collections. Translated, with Notes, by E.G. King, D.D. Cr. 4to, cloth. 12s. net.

Also in Three Parts, sewed.

First Collection, Psalms I.—XLI. 6s.

Second Collection, Psalms XLII.—LXXXIX. 6s.

Third Collection, Psalms XC.—CL. 5s.

Cambridge: DEIGHTON BELL & C0.

London: GEO. BELL & SONS.

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J. PALMER, PRINTER, ALEXANDRA STREET, CAMBRIDGE.

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