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Longman / 1845
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A translation of the Psalms with critical notes and Hebrew word studies, Horsley's approach to the Psalms includes a wealth of footnotes and scriptural cross-references. Preceding the commentary is a helpful, two-page classification of the Psalms by subject, as well as a letter from Horsley's son, Heneage, who published the writings after his father's death. Horsley's insightful writings provide a great guide to the study of the Psalms.
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Samuel Horsley (1733-1806) was Bishop of St. Asaph and the Dean of Westminster, as well as a noted biblical scholar and author.