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A Manual of Biblical Bibliography is a unique scholastic catalogue for Bible students and teachers. This resource documents every extant edition and version of Scripture in the mid-nineteenth century, as well as biblical criticism, treatises, and interpreters. Loaded with notes and comments, these lists provide a wealth of information to help readers save time, connecting you with the texts you need, and allowing you to skim through others.
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- Catalogs extant editions, versions, and interpreters of the Bible
- Provides concise overviews of each text and person
Praise for the Print Edition
. . . by far the most copious, compact, and complete publication of its kind anywhere to be found. . . . make it a point among [your] first purchases to procure this invaluable treasury.
—The Christian Witness and Church Members’ Magazine
- Title: A Manual of Biblical Bibliography
- Author: Thomas Horne
- Publisher: T. Cadell
- Publication Date: 1839
- Pages: 431
About Thomas Hartwell Horne
Thomas Hartwell Horne (1780–1862) was an English theologian and librarian for the Surrey Institution and the British Museum. He wrote over 40 works on bibliography, apologetics, and Bible commentaries. His best-known work is Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures. He is also the author of The Religious Necessity of the Reformation Asserted and the Extent to Which It was Carried in the Church of England Vindicated.