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The Expositor. Edited by the Rev. Samuel Cox. Second Series. Vol. II. (Hodder and Stoughton.)—The contents of this volume are as interesting as usual. Dean Plumptre contributes six papers on the bearing of Assyrian and Babylonian inscriptions on Hebrew history, and Dr. Sanday and Mr. J. A. Beet deal with the Revised Version of the New Testament. Among other papers may be men- tioned those by Professor Wace on " Tatian's Diatessaron," and the Editor's on "The Vision of Isaiah."