Frederick Nolan and Thomas Falconer tussle on Eusebius - was the Marcellum reference noted?

Steven Avery

British Review (1814)

Remarks on a Passage in Eusebius's Ecclesiastical History : with translations in modern Greek and Italian. Communicated by M. Calbo to the Rev. F. Nolan. [Edited, with two letters to A.I. Kalbos and a postscript, by F. Nolan] (1818)

A reply to the “End of Religious Controversy (1821)
Richard Grier
Excellent summary - includes Marcellum - both sides

The case of Eusebius of Cæsarea ... who is said by mr. Nolan [in An inquiry into the integrity of the Greek Vulgate] to have mutilated fifty copies of the Scriptures sent to Constantine the great; examined (1818)
Thomas Falconer

The absurd hypothesis, that Eusebius of Cæsarea ... was an editor or corrupter of the holy Scriptures, exposed, [in reply to Remarks on a passage in Eusebius's Ecclesiastical history, by F. Nolan] in a second part of The case of Eusebius, by the author of the first; with an appendix on the eighth of the author's Bampton lectures, REPLY TO OBSERVATIONS Contained in a Book entitled Palaeoromaica. (1823)
Thomas Falconer

A PENNY POSTSCRIPT, exhibiting the competence and honesty displayed by Dr. Falconer, in a recent Tract, entitled " The absurd Hypothesis, that Eusebius of Caasarca, Bishop and Historian, was an Editor or Corrupter of the Holy Scripture exposed."

Supplement to An inquiry into the integrity of the Greek vulgate, or received text of the New Testament (1830)
Remarks on a Passage in Eusebius
Frederick Nolan
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Steven Avery

Eclectic Review (1818)
Review of Thomas Falconer book

Monthly Repository (1822)
Burgess construction solecistic solecism grammar - Nolan Eusebius theory - John Pye Smith "the masculine is used because the words are personified" p. 545

Eclectic Review (1823)
A Second part of the case of Eusebius

Quarterly Christian spectator (1824)
On Nolan and Eusebius
J. P. W. - Lay Presbyters No. X p. 624-629

Christian Advocate (1825)
see Nolan on ( Chrysostom Nectarius Bengel ) Epiphanius and Cyril on this point p. 545 and p. 93 - Eusebius .. dropt it from his 50 codices . (nov 1824 Christian Advocate)

Quarterly Review
Burgess leaves Nolan Eusebius theory (disciplina arcani too)

Monthly Review (1828)
Socrates by William Cave re Eusebius used by Nolan

Samuel Lee (1829)
Novum Testamentum polyglottum - Bagster - Eusebius Bill Brown Frederick Nolan

Eclectic Review (1830)
"Epitome of the General Councils" from Nolan on Nicea - Eusebius serves Arians expunges

Linkman Nolan Eusebius continues

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