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A DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE;
ITS ANTIQUITIES, BIOGRAPHY, GEOGRAPHY, AND
EDITED BY WM. SMITH, LL.D.,
CLASSICAL KXAVINXB IN THE UNIYKRSITr OF LONDON, AND EDITOR OF THE LATIN AND CLASSICAL DICTIONARIES.
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS TO THE WORK.
THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK.
THE BISHOP OF CALCUTTA.
THE BISHOP OF GLOUCESTER & BRISTOL.
THE BISHOP OF KILLALOE.
ALFORD, REV. HENRY, D.D,
Dean of Canterbury. BAILEY, REV. HKNRY. HP,
St Augustine's, Canterbury. BARRY, REV. ALFRED, M.A..
Principal of Cheltenham College.
Vicar of Hay.
Canon of Canterbury.
King William's Coll.. Isle of Man. BROWNE, THE VEN. R. W., M.A,
Archdeacon of Bath, and Canon of Wells. BROWNE, REV. E. HAROLD, BJ}„
Norrisian Professor of Divinity, Cambridge. BULLOCK, REV. W. T, MA,
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. CLARK, REV. SAMUEL, M.A.,
Vicar of Bredwardine with Brobnry. COOK, REV. F. C, M.A,
Preacher to the Hon. Society of Lincoln's Inn. DAVIES, REV. J. LLEWELYN, M.A,
Christ Church, Marylehone. DEUTSCH, EMMANUEL,
University of Berlin, and British Museum. DRAKE, REV. WILLIAM, M.A,
Hon. Canon of Worcester. EDDRUP, REV. E. P, M.A,
Theological Cull., Salisbury FARRAR, REV. F. W, M.A,
Assistant Master at Harrow. FERGUSSON, JAMES, F.R.A.S.,
Royal Institution of British Architects. FFOULKES, EDMUND S, M.A.,
Late Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford. GARDEN, REV. FRANCIS, MJL,
Subdean, Chapel Royal.
Hebrew Examiner, University of London.
Prebendary of St, Paul's.
Grammar School, Cheltenham.
Archdeacon of Sudbury.
Merchant Taylors' School. HOOKER, JOSEPH D, M.D, F.R.S.,
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. HORNBY, REV. J. J., M.A,
Braaenose Coll., Oxford.
HOUGHTON, REV. W, M.A.,
Vicar of Preston, Salop. HOWSON, REV. J. S., D.D,
Collegiate Institution, Liverpool.
Subdean or Wells.
University Coll, Oxford.
Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. LEATHES, REV. STANLEY. M.A.,
Hebrew lecturer, King's Coll, London. LIGHTFOOT. REV. J. B, M.A,
Hulsean Professor of Divinity, Cambridge. MARKS. REV. D. W,
Professor of Hebrew, University ColL, London. MEYRICK, REV. FRED, M.A.,
ll.M.'s Inspector of Schools. ORGER, REV. E. R. M.A.,
St Augustine's, Canterbury.
Archdeacon of Suffolk.
Vice-Principal of SL David's ColL, Lampeter. PEKOWNE, REV. THOS. T, B.D,
Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge. PHILLOTT, REV. H. W, M.A,
Rector of Staunton-on-Wye, PLUMPTRE, REV. E. B.. M.A,
Professor of Divinity, King's Coll, London. POOLE, E. STANLEY. M.R.AJS,
South Kensington Museum. POOLE, R. STUART, M.R.SX, British Museum. PORTER, REV. J. L, MA.
Author of ' Handbook of Syria and Palestine.' PRITCHARD, REV. CHAS.. M.A,
Grammar School, Clapbam. RAWLINSON. REV. GEORGE, M.A,
Camden Professor of Ancient History, OxfonL ROSE, UEV. H. J, B.D,
Rector of Houghton Conquest, Beds. SELWYN, REV. W„ D.D,
Margaret Professor of Divinity, Cambridge. STANLEY, REV. A. P, LVD.,
Regius Professor of Eccles. History, Oxford.
Vicar of Harrington.
Master of Greathom Hospital.
Late Fellow of Baliol Coll, Oxford. VENABLES, REV. EDMUND, MA,
Bonchurcb, Isle of Wight WESTCOTT, REV. B. F, M.A,
Assistant Master at Harrow. WORDSWORTH, Rev. C, D.D,
Canon of Westminster. WRIGHT. WILLIAM A, MA,
Trinity Colt, Cambridge.
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