W. J. Conybeare & J. S. Howson

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Title: People's Edition. The Life and Epistles of St. Paul. By The Rev. W. J. Conybeare, M.A. Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; and The Rev. J. S. Howson, D.D., Principal of the Collegiate Instution, Liverpool. With a preliminary Dissertation by The Rev. Leonard Bacon, D.D., Professor of Revealed Theology in Yale College.
Date: 1897 (first edition 1864)
Publisher: S. S. Scranton & Co.: Hartford, Conn.
Contents: Paul's Epistles
References: Chamberlin 710-6
Images: Cover, Title page
Comments: This book is a biography of Paul with an original translation of the Epistles and certain portions of Acts as they relate to Paul.
Comments: This has been re-printed several times including an edition by William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company: Grand Rapids in 1966 (Title page).


Title: The Epistles of St. Paul • Translation of / The Epistles of Paul the Apostle /
By The Rev. W. J. Conybeare, M.A. /
Reprinted from The Life and Epistles of St. Paul. By The Rev. W. J. Conybeare, M.A. and The Rev. J. S. Howson
Date: non given (c. 1920)
Publisher: London, England (U.K.) & Edinburgh, Scotland (U.K.): Marshall, Morgan & Scott
Contents: The Epistles of Paul incl. Epistle to the Hebrews
Images: Cover, Title page
Location: Collection Bibelarchiv–Birnbaum. Karlsruhe/ Baden. Germany
Comments: Clothboard small octavo, sewn binding; 232 pp. No preface, foreword or introduction. Scripture text in single column, Paragraph content in side margin, copious footnotes with explatantions, cross references and alternate readings. The arrangement of the letters is according to the chronological order, as given in »The Life of St. Paul«

John Saul Howson, an Englishman, was born on May 5th 1816 in the county of Yorkshire. He later went to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. and M.A. in the late 1830s. In 1867 he was appointed dean of Chester Cathedral.
Howson's chief literary production was »The Life and Epistles of St Paul« (1852) in which he collaborated with his friend W. J. Conybeare. He died in 1885.
The Very Rev. William James Conybeare was an eminent Anglican priest; he was born on Dec. 19th, 1871 and educated at Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge, England. He died on May 13th, 1955.


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