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that we have presented the meaning of our authors, in clear and intelligible English.
We hope that our efforts, to advance the cause of Biblical Literature, will meet with the approbation of the intelligent ; and especially, of our brethren of the Clergy, who are aware of the importance of an enlightened study of the BIBLE. This must be regarded the foundation of all Christian Theology. If our expec. tation should not be disappointed, we intend, by the blessing of God, to proceed in our undertaking, and to publish a volume from time to time, as our other studies and avocations may allow us to prepare appropriate materials.
Nero-York, September 25th, 1829.
STORR; translated from the Latin, by William R. WHITTING-
HAM, A. M., Chaplain and Superintendent of the New-York
Protestant Episcopal Public School. ....
No Traces of the Gnostics are to be found in the New Testa-
ment: a Dissertation by C. C. TITTMANN; translated from
the Latin, by Manton EAST BURN, M. A., Rector of the
Church of the Ascension, New York.
INTRODUCTIONS TO THE SCRIPTURES.
BY W. GESENIUS.
Translated from the German,
BY SAMUEL H. TURNER, D.D.
PROX. OF BIBL. LEARN. AND INTERP. OB SCRIPT. IN THE GENERAL THEOL.
SEM. OF THE PROT. EPISC. CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES.