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The Editor begs leave to extract the following from
among the flattering Testimonies to his work.
“These advantages, the greatest surely to every Christian, are sufficient to bring the work into general use in every classical school professing a system of Christian Education.”—Guardian of Education, Dec. 1802.
"We heartily wish success to the good and pious intentions of the Editor, by the general circulation of this little Harmony in our schools, and that the illustration of it by the masters will not be wanting.”—Gentleman's Mag. March, 1303.
“That the valuable Diatessaron of Professor White should be transferred from Greek into Latin, or even English, is certainly desirable
; the present work is intended for the use of Schools, and chiefly founded on Castellio. The Latinity, therefore, becomes important, for which that translator is most celebrated. The book is neatly and closely printed, and of a convenient size and form." British Critic, March, 1803.
“ Mr. Thirlwall has made a valuable present to the instructors of youth. Indeed we think it must meet with general approbation, and doubt not but it will be readily adopted by those schools where due regard is paid to the acquirement of religious and moral principles, as well as of the learned languages." -Orthodox Churchm. Mag. and Review, Nov. 1803.
" This is a very useful and excellent school book. The groundwork is taken from Castellio, whose forced and affected phrases are corrected by the translations of Beza, Tremellius, and by the Vulgate. It makes an elegant little pocket Volume; and an Ens glish translation is announced, which we hope will be equally well adapted to the English reader."-Critical Review, May, 1803.
“The pub'ication will be of use to those who, in reading the Greek, are occasionally induced to consult a translation ; pecially to those into whose hands it may be proper to put the work before they have attained a knowledge of the Greek language." Monthly Review, May, 1803.
“ 'There remains little more to be added to our present Review, than our entire approbation of Mr. Thirlwall's work, and express testimony to the faithful precision and accuracy with which he has perfected it. Its intrinsic merit renders encomium on our part unnecessary to further its adoption in schools, as a very useful addition to the books of the lower forms. As such however we most strenuously recommend it, that we may acquit ourselves of the duty, as Reviewers, which we owe to the Author and the public."dnti-Jacob. Revieu', August, 1803.
In Octavo, Price 6s. in Boards, or in 12mo, Price 4s. bound,
TO THE RIGHT REVEREND FATHER IN GOD,
BEILBY, LORD BISHOP OF LONDON,
THE HISTORY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST,
Compiled from the Four Gospels, according to the authorized English Version, with brief Notes, practical and explanatory; to which are prefixed a Map of the Holy Land, and an Introduction,
BY T. THIRLWALL, A. M. Editor of the Latin Diatussaron lately published, in usum Scholarum. Sold by Messrs. F. and C. RIVINGTON, St. Paul's Church-Yard; J. Robson, New-Bond-Street; C. LAW, Ave-Maria-Lane ;
and J. ASPERNE, Cornhill.
PUBLISHED BY THE SAME AUTHOR, FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS,
In 12mo, Price 3s. 6d. bound,
DIAT ESS ARON, SEU INTEGRA HISTORIA DOMINI NOSTRI JESU CHRISTI
LATINE, Ex Quatuor Evangeliis inter se collatis ipsisque Evangelistaruma
verbis apte et ordinate dispositis confecta. E Versione praecipue Castellionis castigata et emendata. Cui Præfiguntur Tabula Palestinæ Geographica, necnon Ordo Rerum.