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Page 27 - CURETON (REv. W.) Remains of a very Ancient Recension of the Four Gospels in Syriac, hitherto unknown in Europe. Discovered, Edited, and Translated. 4to. 24s. CURTIUS' (PROFESSOR) Student's Greek Grammar, for the use of Colleges and the Upper Forms.
Page 40 - Ancient Syriac Documents Relative to the Earliest Establishment of Christianity in Edessa and the neighbouring Countries, from the year after our Lord's Ascension to the beginning of the Fourth Century. Discovered, edited, translated, and annotated by W. CURETON, DD, Canon of Westminster.
Page xi - The Missing Fragment of the Latin Translation of the Fourth Book of Ezra, discovered, and edited with an Introduction and Notes, and a facsimile of the MS., by ROBERT L.
Page 20 - Book (The) of Jonah in four oriental versions, namely Chaldee, Syriac, Aethiopic, and Arabic, with glossaries. Edited by W. Wright. — London & Leipzig, 1857.
Page 36 - The homilies of Aphraates, the Persian Sage, edited from Syriac manuscripts of the fifth and sixth centuries in the British Museum, with an English translation , by W.
Page 13 - Jacob, b. of Ed. on syriac orthography; also a tract by the same author, and a discourse by Gregory bar Hebraeus on syriac accents now ed. in the original syriac, from mss. in the brit. mus. with an engl. transí, and notes by G. Phillips. London 1869. J-uiaj...
Page 35 - Analecta Nicaena. Fragments relating to the Council of Nice. The Syriac Text from an ancient MS. in the British Museum, with, a Translation, Notes, etc.
Page 64 - Brigandage d'Ephèse, traduction faite sur le texte syriaque contenu dans le manuscrit 14530 du Musée britannique.