An help for the more easy and clear understanding of the Holy Scriptures :
being the Book of Daniel explain'd after the following method, viz. I. The Septuagint or Greek version amended according to the best or most ancient readings. II. The common English version render'd more agreeable to the original. III. A paraphrase ... IV. Annotations ... Before the Book of Daniel are prefix'd 1. A general preface. 2. A Discourse concerning the prophecies of Daniel... 3. Four tables shewing the synchronism or correspondency of all the several prophecies in Daniel ... 4. A chronological table ... 5. Some observations concerning the chronology relating to the prophecy of the seventy weeks. After the Book of Daniel are subjoin'd 1. A collection of the various readings of the LXX ... 2. A view (or collection) of such passages and expressions in the Book of Daniel, as are found likewise or refer'd to in the New Testament, especially in the Revelation of S. John. /
by Ed. Wells.
|Main Creator:||Wells, Edward, 1667-1727.|
|Language:||English, Ancient Greek
Note: English and Greek, with some Hebrew.
|Published / Created:||
Oxford ; [London] : Printed at the Theater, for James Knapton, London, 1716.
Greek text and English translation in parallel columns with paraphrase on facing pages.
 p. of publisher's advertisements follow p. 170.
With: An help for the more easy and clear understanding of the Holy Scriptures: being all the Epistles of St. Paul / by Ed. Wells. Oxford : Printed at the Theater for James Knapton, 1715.
With an initial leaf of instruction to the binder and a final leaf of advertisements.
Later reissued as part of Well's 'Paraphrase .. on the New Testament'.
Physical description: , 170, , 44 p., 6 folded leaves of tables ; 24 cm. (small and 4to)