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THE

PRESBYTERIAN

6015-2
QUARTERLY REVIEW.

VOL. VII.

BENJ. J. WALLACE, EDITOR.

ALBERT BARNES, THOMAS BRAINERD, JOHN JENKINS,

JOEL PARKER, ASSOCIATE EDITORS.

WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF

PROFESSORS IN THE NEW YORK UNION, AUBURN AND

LANE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES.

NEC TAMEN CONSUMEBATUR.

PHILADELPHIA:
PRESBYTERIAN HOUSE, No. 1334 CHESTNUT ST.
NEW YORK : IVISON & PHINNEY AND FIELD & CRAIGHEAD.

1859.

Entered, acoording to Act of Congress, in the year 1852, by

BENJ. J. WALLACE,

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of

Pennsylvania. .

THE

PRESBYTERIAN

QUARTERLY REVIEW.

JULY, 1858.

NO. XXV.

ARTICLE I. 1. The History of the Life and Sufferings of the Reverend and

Learned John Wickliffe, D.D., Warden of Canterbury Hall, and publick Professor of Divinity in Oxford, and Rector of Lutterworth in Leicestershire, in the Reigns of K. Edward III., and K. Richard II. Together with a Collection of Papers relating to the said History never before printed. By JOHN

LEWIS, A. M., Minister of Meregate. London. 1720. pp. 405. 2. The Life of Wiclif. By CHARLES WEBB LE BAs, M. A, Professor in the East India College, Herts., and Late Fellow of

Trinity College, Cambridge. London. 1832. pp. 454. 3. John De Wycliffe, D.D. A Monograph. With some Ac

count of the Wycliffe MSS. in Oxford, Cambridge, the British Museum, Lambeth Palace, and Trinity College, Dublin. By

ROBERT VAUGHAN, D.D. London. 1853. pp. 583. 4. Die Vorreformatoren des vierzehnten und fünfzehnten

Jahrhunderts, Erste Hälfte : Johannes Von Wykliffe : durch FRIEDRICH BÖHRINGER. Zürich. 1856. pp. 643.

A previous Article betrayed the poverty of our materials for a satisfactory biography of the great English Reformer; a poverty explained only in part by the absence of the art of printing, or by the preeminently scholastic complexion of his career. That we know so

VOL VII.—26.

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