THE Dissertation on the Origin and Composition of our Three First; Gospels, was the result of very minute investigation, and of severe labour, continued, with little interruption, for several years. I entered on ... in the third edition of his Introduction , gave currency to the supposition, which had been already made by Le Clerc, that our three first Evangelists made use of some common document or documents.
|Title||:||An illustration of the hypothesis proposed in the Dissertation on the origin and composition of our three first canonical gospels, a rejoinder to the anonymous author [J. Randolph] of the Remarks on Michaelis and his commentator|
|Author||:||Herbert Marsh (bp. of Peterborough.), John Randolph (bp. of London.)|