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hear their disputes;
Gala Abbatum Monasterii Saniti Albani. A THOMA narratives, have never been excused or condoned."
ISINGAY, compilata. Edited by C. H. T. But in a literary point of view they are not without BILI, MA. Vol. 1-A.D. 793-1290. Published by importance, as they reveal the origin of many direction of the Master of the Rolls.—A better medieval superstitions, show us the sources whence
der of the manners, customs, and mode of thought have been derived several of the “histories" con: bien characterized our mediæval ancestors is to tained in the “service books” of the Romish Church, be obtained from the Chronicles left us by one and point to the legends adopted by the old paintersof the great religious houses than from the narra. as, for instance, the worship of the infant Jesus in his tise of the most pieturesque modern historian. It is cradle in the manger, by the ox and the ass, an inci. impossible for the latter to reproduce the age about dent nowhere mentioned in the New Testament. “I which he is writing with that precision which hardly think,” observes Mr. Cowper, " that any of the
Atenants to verisimilitude. He can paint a land. false gospels can be ascribed to the simple intention The
seape and dot it with figures; but the serial perspec. to weave into one consecutive narrative the traditions 922tive of the landscape is defective, and the figures which were actually known to the writers. ... The
produced are too often distorted. He cannot give the Jews have a form of literature called Agada, or Hagathe carright tone to his pictures. On the contrary, upon dah, which are defined as historical pieces like those
eng one of the Chronicles, we at once feel our. which poets sometimes feign and fraine. I have selves arongst real men, living and moving in a real arrived at the conclusion that the Christian Apocrypha Seene. It is one of the characteristics of the noble are often simply Christian Hagadoth. .. The
series of works issued in this series that, with very Hagadah is written for instruction, and not amuse. obsler CIRTDEAs, each of the Chronicles is edited by the ment merely, and so the Christian compositions genecenter a man who, from his previous labours in the field of rally have a didactic element underlying the narra. 5 nediæral literature, is presumed to be most com. tive, or intercolated with it.”
petent for the particular task assigned to him. The The history, tendency, and uses of the Apocryphal editor of Liber Albus," “Liber Custumarum," and Gospels have from time to time engaged the attention other documents preserved in the archives of the of the learned. The French have two works of autho. Gudball
, has long since proved his ability to deal rity on the subject-Les Evangiles Apocryphes, with with such a Chronicle as that now before us, and the notes by Gustave Brunet (1863), and Etudes sur wander in which he has performed his present labour Evangiles Apocryphes, a portly volume, by Michel wdl undoubiedly confirm the reputation he has
Nicolas; the Germans have several works on the aequired by former works. The "Gesta Abbatum " same topic, the last of which, De Evangeliorum connebees with the foundation of the Abbey of St. Apocryphorum Origine et Usu, by Dr. Tischendorf, Alban's by Oła, King of Mercia, and the nomination forms, indeed, the basis of Mr. Cowper's work. of Willegod to be first abbot, and ends with the closing Hone's “ Apocrpyhal New Testament," is the work by years of Abbot Thomas de la Mare, who died A.D. which these writings are best known in England, but 1548. Between these events we have a complete it is a work of a very unsatisfactory character, it is a record of the doings of the inmates of the famous worthless compilation, entitled the "Apocryphal New monastery. We hear of the frugal management of one Testament: being all the Gospels, Epistles, and other abbot, of the squadering propensities of another; we
pieces now extant, attributed in the first four centuries are admitted into fellowship with the brethren, and
to Jesus Christ, His Apostles, and their Companions, we are present at their petty and not included in the New Testament by its Com. conspiracies, and are spectators of the success or
pilers." It was published in 1820, and has been many favure of ibeir schemes. The contests for supremacy
times reprinted with all its errors and absurdities. Over other houses; the various diplomatic schemes
“Hone,” says Mr. Cowper, “much regretted publish. employed by the partisans of rival claimants for the ing this book when he came to a better mind, but it abiser; the labours and amusements of the monks,
was beyond his power to recall it, or it would have sad their disposition and behaviour under the circum- been suppressed." What he did in preparing it was to stances incident to their position, are all minutely
select some of the translations of Jones, and attach to Teoorded, and sometimes with a particularity which
them the version of the Apostolical Fathers, by Wake : askes the volume quite pleasant reading.
all these he cut up into chapters and verses, preThe “Gesta" is divided by Mr. Riley into three
fixing beadings to the chapters, to make them look fictions. The first compiled by Matthew Paris) em.
like ordinary editions of the New Testament. His trues the period from the foundation of the Abbey to
introductions and notes are borrowed (without ht. 1235; the second, by an anonymous hand, ends
acknowledgement, in great. part) from the same The the death of the twenty-sixth abbot, in March,
sources as his text, and hashed up to suit his pur. and the third, compiled, Mr. Riley thinks, by pose. It is a standing reproach to our literature that
us to the end of the work. The this beterogeneous jumble should have remained great volume, however, contains only the first two
alone, and no effort made to give the people the Kectamaa; the third and most valuable portion being
means of correcting its misrepresentations. Only letened for the concluding volume. For this, also,
think of the Apostolical Fathers figuring as Me . Riley reserves his detailed review of the period
Apocryphal New Testament !". Another and more per which the Chronicle extends. What we have be.
mischievous publication arose cut of Hone's book. fore si is quite enough to command our respect for It is a reprint, with additions and omissions, from the cure-taking pains bestowed by the editor upon the
Hone, and is called the “Suppressed Gospels;" but
it is a thorough imposture, produced for the worst of The Apocryphal |Gospels, and other documents relating
These miserable compilations are now, to the History of Christ. Translated from the originals
however, superseded by the volume before us, which Greek, Latin, Syrisc, &c., with Notes, Scriptural
contains the so-called Gospels of James, Pseudo. Peletences, and Prolegomena. By B. Harris COWPEK,
Matthew, Nicodemus, the History of Joseph the Iftor of the " Journal of Sacred Literature." 12mo. Carpenter," the “Nativity of Mary," the "Acts of p. 456. (Williams and Norgate.)-A long-admitted
Pilate," and other smaller pieces, produced during the * rent” is supplied, and well supplied, in this impor.
third, fourth, and succeeding centuries. Now, for i tant volume." It is not necessary to inform our
the first time, the English reader is provided with a readers that what are called the "Apocryphal Gospels"
work which can honestly pretend to be anything like otisst of spurious accounts of the youth and career
a complete collection of the false gospels. Prefaced to of Christ, thiat they pretend to supplement or develope
the writings themselves is an elaborate and very satis. the onungs of the New Testament, and that they are
factory introduction, giving the history of the several all of Dore recent date than any of the canonical
books, and detailing the real or assumed theory of books. The materials are drawn trom the Scriptures,
their productions; wbile to each gospel or chapter is from varioas mystical and legendary stories, and from
added an account of as much as is known of its writer, the maiginations of their authors. They possess no
and the sources whence his particular narrative was Rest of historical or doetrinal authority; and as Bishop
derived. Mr. Cowper has given to the English reader Ellicote observes in the “ Cambruige Essays " for 1856,
a most interesting and valuable book. their real demerits, their coaneness, the bar. barities of their style, and the inconsequences of their
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