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?HE IMPERIAL BIBLE-DICTIONARY,
HISTORICAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, AND DOCTRINAL. EDITED BY REV. PATRICK FAIRBAIRN, D.D.,
Author of " Typology of Scripture," &c. Ac. Illustrated by Seven Hundred Engrravings on Wood and Steel.
.is Work takes up, in Alphabetical Order, all the subjects, whether in History or Doctrine in Biography 'ography, Natural Science, and the Eites and Manners of Antiquity, which enter by way of direct state- ait or allusion into the contents of the Bible, and require to be known that it may be intelligently read and ted, while the several Books of which the Bible is composed in every case receive careful consideration.
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE PRESENT TIME.
IlE, REV. JOHN, M.A., Editor of Home's Introduction, <fec.
IS'AR, REV. HORATIUS, D.D., Author of "The Land of Promise," &c.
OMI, JOSEPH, P.R.S.L., Author of "Nineveh and its Palaces."
CHANAN, REV. ROBERT, D.D., Author of "Ecclesiastes: its Meaning and its Lessons."
EilSTMAS, REV. HENRY, M.A., F.R.S., Author of "Sin: its Causes and Consequences."
STABLE, REV. HENRY, M. A., Rector of Desertmore and Prebendary of Cork.
PIDSON, REV. A. B.,M.A., Auth". of "Commentary on Job." LITZSCH, DR. FRANZ, Professor of Theology, Erlangen.
(K8ON, REV. W. PURDIE, Professor of Biblical Criticism, University of Glasgow.
JGLAS, REV. GEORGE C. M., Professor of Hebrew, Free Church College, Glasgow.
.DING, REV. F. J., D.D., Professor of Theology, Rother- ham College.
ItBAIRN, REV. PATRICK, D.D., Author of "Typology of Scripture," "Commentary on Ezekiel," <fec.
REV. ROBERT, D.D., Editor " Barnes' Notes."
&E, PHILIP H., F.R.S., Author of "The Romance of Natural History," &c.
lirLTON, REV. JAMES, D.D., F.L.S., Author of "Life 1 in Earnest," &c.
HENDERSON, REV. JAMES, D.D., Glasgow. JENNINGS, REV. ISAAC, Kelvedon, Essex.
KING, REV. DAVID, LL.D., Author of "Geology in relation to Religion."
LINDSAY, REV. WILLIAM, D.D., Professor of Theolo<nr .United Presbyterian Church.
LITTON, REV. E. A., M.A., Author of " Bampton Lectures" for 1856, "The Church of Christ," &c.
MACDONNELL, VERY REV. J. C., D.D., Dean.of CasheL
MACDONALD, REV. DONALD, M. A., Author of " Introduction to the Pentateuch," &c.
MAYO, REV. C. T., M.A. of Balliol College, Oxford.
MILLIGAN, REV. WILLIAM, D.D., Professor of Divinity, Uni- versity of Aberdeen.
PATON, REV. J. B., M.A., Professor of Theology, Cavendish College, Manchester.
SCOTT, REV. THOMAS, M.A., Rector of Wappenham.
SMEATON, REV; GEORGE, Professor of Theology, New Col- lege, Edinburgh.
WEBSTER, REV. WILLIAM, M. A., Joint Author of New Tes- tament with Notes, Grammatical and Exegetical.
WEIR, REV. DUNCAN H., Professor of Hebrew, University of Glasgow.
WILTON, REV. EDWARD, M.A., Author of "The Negeb or South Country of Scripture."
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