Additional t.p. and text entirely in Mongolian Ural-Altaic family; Mongolic sub-family; Mongolian language; Mongolia locality--MBS bookplate Accession No. 752--MBS bookplate Accession date: Aug. 1, 1931--MBS bookplate
- Author: Nicoll, W. Robertson (William Robertson), Sir, 1851-1923
- Genre: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Includes bikbliographical references I. The Synoptic Gospels / by Alexander Balmain Bruce. The Gospel of St. John / by Marcus Dods -- II. The Acts of the apostles / by R.J. Knowling. St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans / by James Denney. St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians / by G.G. Findlay -- III. The Second Epistle to the Corinthians / by J.H. Bernard. The Epistle to the Galatians / by Frederic Rendall. The Epistle to the Ephesians / by S.D.F. Salmond. The Epistle to the Philippians / by H.A.A. Kennedy. The Epistle to the Colossians / by A.S. Peake -- IV. The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians / by James Moffatt. The First and Second Epistles to Timothy and the Epistle to Titus / by Newport J.D. White. The Epistle to Philemon / by W.E. Oesterley. The Epistle to the Hebrews / by Marcus Dods. The General Epistle of James / by W.E. Oesterley -- V. The First Epistle General of Peter / by J.H.A. Hart. The Second Epistle General of Peter / by R.H. Strachan. The Epistles of John / by David Smith. The General Eepistle of Jude / by J.B. Mayor. The Revelation of St. John the Divine / by James Moffatt 31
An introduction to the New Testament : an examination of the most important questions relating to the authority, interpretation, and integrity of the canonical books, with reference to the latest inquiries 2
v.1. The four Gospels. -- v.2. The Acts of the Apostles to the second Epistle to the Thessalonians. -- v.3. The first Epistle to Timothy to the Revelation Vol.3, copy 1 RES. STORAGE
Henry Codman Potter I was a bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States. He was known for his interest in social reform and in politics. Excerpt from the book: “The man whose home this made earned twelve cents a week; and, lest we should suppose that his money had a much larger purchasing power than its amount implies, Hallam tells us that the diet of such an one was usually pottage, and his garment a rough hide. The history of wages is almost a literature in itself, and it would be quite impossible to follow the progress of the workman's wages in detail from the fourteenth century to the twentieth”.
In this little collection of Myths, the stories are not presented to the student of folklore as a fresh contribution to his knowledge. Rather is the book intended for those who, in the course of their reading, frequently come across names which possess for them no meaning, and who care to read some old stories, through which runs the same humanity that their own hearts know. For although the old worship has passed away, it is almost impossible for us to open a book that does not contain some mention of the gods of long ago. – From the preface.
Title varies slightly Imprint varies: 1912-1936 Armstrong College, Marine Laboratory Committee; 1937-<1951> King's College, Marine Laboratory Committee Description based on: 3rd ser. no. 13 (Dec. 1963) Life sciences collection Suspended 1951-Dec. 1963
1. The book of Genesis. -- 2. The book of Exodus. -- 3. Leviticus - Numbers XXVI. -- 4. Numbers XXVII. - Deuteronomy. -- 5. Joshua - Judges V. -- 6. Judges VI. - I Samuel XVIII. -- 7. I Samuel XVIII. - I Kings XIII. -- 8. I Kings XV. - I Chronicles IX. -- 9. 1 Chronicles X. - 2 Chronicles XX. -- 10. 2 Chronicles XXI. - Esther. -- 11. The book of Job. -- 12. The Psalter. -- 13. The Proverbs. -- 14. Ecclesiastes - The Song of Solomon - Isaiah XXVI. -- 15. Isaiah XXVII. - Jeremiah XIX. -- 16. Jeremiah XX. - Daniel. -- 17. Hosea - Malachi. - [18-20] The inner life of Christ, as revealed in the Gospel of Matthew. -- 21. Mark - Luke. -- 22. John. -[23-25] Apostolic life, as revealed in the Acts of the apostles. -- 26. Romans - Galations. -- 27. Ephesians - Revelation