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Mr. Eastwick, the translator of Bopp’s Grammar, tells me that he and Murray wish for an article on this work in the “Quarterly Review” for January, 1851; so it must be sent in in November.
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The most remarkable of the thirteen articles which I have seen on Hippolytus, is by Taylor (a Unitarian in Manchester), in the “Prospective Review” (February).
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Renan mourns over the “Monthly Review,” but is otherwise very grateful.
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According to Haug’s account you have abused me well, or allowed me to be well abused in your “Saturday Review,” which passes as yours and Kingsley’s mouthpiece.
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Pattison’s article on the “Theologia Germanica” in the April number of the “Westminster Review” is very brave, and deserves all thanks.
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Have you read the friendly article on “God in History” in the “National Review” (April), which however certainly shows an ignorance bordering on impudence.
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Even the man in the “Westminster Review” pleases me better, although he looked through my book fast asleep, and puts into my mouth the most unbelievable discoveries of his own ignorance,—Isaiah chapters xlix.-lxvi. are written by _Jeremiah_ and _Baruch_, and similar horrors!
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The friendly and clever notice of the first volume of the “Biblework” in the “Continental Review” gave me and my whole family _great pleasure_: and Bernays is here since yesterday (for August and September), which helps the printing of the Pentateuch very much, as I always sent him a last revise, and now all can be worked off here.
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And this finally brings us to the miracle of the resurrection, concerning which we will first quote from an article in a late number of the “Westminster Review,” to show the most recent ideas of the critical and negative school on this point.
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Professor Shedd, late of Andover, some years ago published a very able essay in the “Christian Review,” the title of which was, “Sin a Nature, and that Nature Guilt.
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Mr. Brownson (or rather a writer in Brownson’s “Quarterly Review,” July, 1863) takes another way of softening the terrors of hell.
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Leading thinkers of very different schools—for example, Mr. Brownson, the Roman Catholic, in his “Quarterly Review;” Professor Hickok, the Presbyterian, in the “Bibliotheca Sacra;” and Mr. Maurice, of the Church of England, in an able pamphlet—have opposed with great force the arguments and conclusions of this volume.
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Examples of Review

Example #1
Wilson refuses, as he is too busy.
Example #2
I believe you could best write such a review, of about sixteen pages (£16).
Example #3
He confesses that I have made the principle of the Trinity, and the national blessing of the Episcopacy and the Liturgy, clear to him.
Example #4
I write _only German_ for this, but only _for the English_, and yet without any reserve.
Example #5
What a scandal is Roth’s deciphering of the Cyprian inscriptions.
Example #6
Two thirds of the stems can be authenticated.