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Compire F. S. Royd in Adam Clarke's Commi on the Bible, at the end of the Epicte to ste Ethnicicand
ih ovi ter of Srimaty College, Cambridge,
7820 -1841; d. 1846.
GRANVILLE SHARP, ESQ.
THE USES OF THE DEFINITIVE ARTICLE,
IN THE GREEK TEXT
OF THE NEW TESTAMENT,
Auctoribus quidem ad istam sententiam quam vis obtineri uti optimis
SOHO-SQUARE; J. COOKE, OXFORD; & J. DEIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE.
HESE Letters being merely supplemental to Mr. Sharp's Remarks *, cannot well be understood without some knowledge of that work. The following extract will supply what is most necessary; and I make it the rather, because I understand that it is already very dif ficult to procure a copy of Mr. Sharp's pamphlet 1.
“Rule 1. When the copulative xai connects two nouns of the same case (viz. nouns (either substantive, or adjective, or participles) of personal description respecting office, dig- . nity, affinity, or connection, and attributes, properties or qualities good or ill] if the article é, or any of it's cases, precedes the first of the said nouns or participles, and is
* « Remarks on the Uses of the Definitive Article in the Greek Text of the New Testament; containing many new proofs of the Divinity of Christ, from passages which are wrongly translated in the common
English Version, by Granville Sharp, Esq. Durham, 1798.” [37 Edis tion tondin iso3 nenes me Tit.
+ Further information may be obtained by consulting the British Critic for Jan. 1800. I do not know that the work has yet been noticed by any other Review. See also Musei Oxoniensis Fascicul. secund. Londini 1797.