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LANGE'S COMMENTARIES ON THE OLD AND NEW
IN IMPERIAL 8vo.
MESSRS. CLARK have now pleasure in intimating their arrangements, in conjunction with the well-known firm of SCRIBNER AND Co., of New York, and under the Editorship of Dr. Philip SCHAFF, for the Publication of Translations of the Commentaries of Dr. LANGE and his Collaborateurs, on the Old and New Testaments. Of the Old TESTAMENT they have published the Commentary on
THE BOOK OF GENESIS, One Volume; to which is prefixed a Theological and Homiletical Introduction to the Old Testament, and a Special Introduction to Genesis, etc.; and
PROVERBS, ECCLESIASTES, and SONG OF SOLOMON, in One Volume.
They have already published in the Foreign Theological Library the Commentaries on St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, and the Acts of the Apostles. They propose to issue in the same form the Commentary on St. John's Gospel, which will not, however, be ready for some time.
There are now ready, of the New TESTAMENT-
HEBREWS. One Volume.
One Volume. REVELATION. One Volume. Messrs. CLARK will, as early as possible, announce further arrangements for the translation of the Commentaries on the Old Testament Books.
The Commentaries on Matthew, in one volume ; Mark and Luke, in one volume ; and on Acts, in one volume, may be had uniform with the above if desired.
Each of the above volumes will be supplied to Subscribers to the FOREIGN THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY and ANTE-NICENE LIBRARY at 155. The price to others will be 21s.
MESSRS. CLARK beg to announce that they have in preparation Translations of a Selection from the WRITINGS of St. AUGUSTINE, on the plan of their ANTE-NICENE LIBRARY, and under the editorship of the Rev. Marcus Dons, A.M. They append a list of the works which they intend to include in the Series, each work being given entire, unless otherwise specified.
All the TREATISES in the PELAGIAN, and the four leading
Treatises in the DONATIST CONTROVERSY.
TIAN DOCTRINE ; the TRINITY ; the HARMONY OF THE
EVANGELISTS; the SERMON ON THE MOUNT.
SIONS, the City Of God, and a SELECTION from the
All these works are of first-rate importance, and only a small proportion of them have yet appeared in an English dress. The SERMONS and the COMMENTARIES ON THE PSALMS having been already given by the Oxford Translators, it is not intended, at least in the first instance, to publish them.
The Series will include a LIFE OF ST. AUGUSTINE, by ROBERT RAINY, D.D., Professor of Church History, New College, Edinburgh.
The Series will probably extend to Twelve or Fourteen Volumes. It will not be commenced for some time, so as to allow the ANTE-NICENE SERIES to approach nearer to completion ; but the Publishers will be glad to receive the Names of Subscribers.
The form and mode of printing have not yet been finally settled ; but in any case the quantity of matter will be equal to the subscription of Four Volumes for a Guinea, as in the case of the ANTE-NICENE SERIES.