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“ 147, 3d par. I. 1, before Prof. J. H. SCHOLTEN insert:-EWALD, Die
Sendschreiben des Ap. Paulus u. s. w. (1857), translates: -": der über allen ist Gott sei gelobet in die ewigkeiten, Amén!" (p. 323, comp. p. 398 f.) See also his Die Lehre
der Bibel von Gott, Bd. iii. (1874), p. 416, n. 3. · 151, add to the note respecting the punctuation of Rom. ix. 5 in
the Vatican MS. (B):-Since the above was printed, the point after gúpza has been very carefully examined by Professor Ubaldo Ubaldi, of the Collegio Romano, and Father Cozza, one of the editors of the Vatican MS. They compared it, at my suggestion, with the 12 points represented in the printed edition of the MS. on the same page (1453), and also with the points, unquestionably a prima manu, after opst7a, Rom. iv. 4, and after zeitai, 2 Cor.
The result is that the point after cópzo is undoubtedly by the first hand, the pale ink of the original being only partially covered, as in other cases on the same page, by the black ink of the late scribe who retouched the ancient writing throughout the manuscript.
It may be added, that out of six cursive MSS. examined for me by Dr. C. R. Gregory, viz. Brit. Mus. Add. 5116, 7142, 11837, 17469, Curzon 71. 6, and Act. 20 (Paul. 25), all but the last have a colon after opza, and the last MS. is
almost illegible in this place.
Also in the present number:
Page 26, 6th line, read 1630 instead of 1627
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