The Publications of the Surtees Society, Volume 2; Volume 39

Front Cover
Surtees Society, 1861
Report of Society appended to many volumes.

Selected pages

Other editions - View all

Popular passages

Page 86 - Deus unus est : 30 et diliges Dominum Deum tuum ex toto corde tuo, et ex tota anima tua, et ex tota mente tua, et ex tota virtute tua.
Page v - AT a Meeting of the Council of the SURTEES SOCIETY, held in the Castle of Durham, on Tuesday, Dec.
Page 32 - Filia, fides tua te salvam fecit: vade in pace, et esto sana a plaga tua.
Page 19 - Et veniunt mater eius et fratres: et foris stantes miserunt ad eum vocantes eum, 32 Et sedebat circa eum turba: et dicunt ei : Ecce mater tua, et fratres tui foris quaerunt te. 33 Et respondens eis, ait : Quae est mater mea, et fratres mei? 34 Et circumspiciens eos, qui in circuitu eius sedebant, ait: Ecce mater mea, et fratres mei.
Page ix - Lindisfarne book, can yet lay just claim to high antiquity. The numerous variations from Eadfrith's MS, which it offers, and which are given in the notes to the present edition, shew strikingly how insignificant an amount of critical labour had, in that age. and country, been applied to the text of the Vulgate. The Gloss attached to the Rushworth MS.
Page vii - ... Stevenson. The object the Society proposes to itself in this undertaking is to give an exact representation of two of the most ancient and noteworthy monuments of the theological labours of our Teutonic forefathers, which the libraries of Britain or the Continent can shew, namely, the two Evangeliaria in the Vulgate Version, generally known as the Lindisfarne and Rushworth Gospels, and their respective Anglo-Saxon Glosses. The former of these MSS., belonging to the British...
Page x - ... a very recent hand. The Council of the Surtees Society, fully sensible of the Antiquarian and Philological importance of these two ancient documents, have determined to complete the publication of them with as little delay as possible. In concluding this brief notice, the present Editor cannot but avail himself of the opportunity of expressing his grateful sense of the facilities afforded him in the prosecution of his task, by the kindness and courtesy of Sir F.
Page 119 - In the Lindisfarne Gloss of this verse, after the word ' aenig' is inserted the Rune »^^« • Ch. XV. v. 54, — The dotted line in this verse indicates the obliteration of a word in the R. Gloss. For 'pte' wherever it occurs read
Page 6 - Et continuo dimisit earn febris et ministrabat eis. efern Sonne t uut t Sa geparS miSSy to sett eade sunna [32] Vespere autem facto cum occidisset sol geferedon...
Page 23 - Si quis habet aures audiendi audiat. 1 cuoeS he to him geseaS huset gie heras onsuahuselc [24] Et dicebat illis videte quid audiatis in qua RUSHWORTH. sint SaSe pord...

Bibliographic information