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XXVII.

THE SIXTH PART OF

The OLD TESTAMENT;
With a COMMENTARY consisting of Short Lectures for the Daily Use of Families.
By the Rev. CHARLES GIRDLESTONE, M.A.

Rector of Alderley, Cheshire.
In this Edition of the Holy Bible it has been the chief object of the Editor
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I.
The LIFE of WICLIF.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.
Principal of the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

Portrait. 68.

II.
The CONSISTENCY of the whole SCHEME of REVELATION with

ITSELF and with HUMAN REASON.
By PHILIP NICHOLAS SHUTTLEWORTH, D.D.

Warden of New College, Oxford ; and Rector of Foxley, Wilts.

68.

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HISTORY of the REFORMED RELIGION in FRANCE.

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2 Vols. Portraits. 128.

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SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHY.

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HISTORY of the CHURCH in SCOTLAND.

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2 Vols. Portraits. 128.

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Portrait. 68.

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The LIFE of ARCHBISHOP LAUD.

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Portrait. 68.

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BIOGRAPHY of the EARLY CHURCH.

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