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THE genius of Lactantius suffers a sad transformation when unclothed of vernacular and stripped of the idiomatic graces of his style. But the intelligent reader will be sure to compare this translation with the Latinity of the original, and to recur to it often for the enjoyment of its charming rhetoric, and of the high sentiment it so nobly enforces and adorns. This volume will be the favourite of the series with many. The writings of the Christian Tully alone make up more than half of its contents; and it is supremely refreshing to reach, at last, an author who chronicles the triumph of the Gospel1 over “Herod and Pontius Pilate;” over the heathen in their “rage,” and the people in their “vain imaginings;” over “the kings of the earth who stood up, and the rulers who were gathered together against the Lord and against His Christ.”

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