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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Marlorat, Augustin 1506-1562
Marlorat was an eminent French reformer, preacher, and martyr. his commentaries contain the cream of the older writers, and are in much esteem, but are very rare. He wrote on the whole New Testament, but we have in English only the Gospels and Jude. (This description from "Commenting and Commentaries: Lectures Addressed to the Students of the Pastor's college, Metropolitan Tabernacle with a list of the best Biblical Commentaries and Expositions, etc. by Charles Haddon Spurgeon [1876])

Augustinus Marloratus (his Latin name) was the Calvinistic minister at Rouen; and was put to death there by hanging by the Catholics (on their capture of that place) October 30, 1562. (From "A View of the Early Parisian Greek Press, Volume 2 1833)

Beza's "Icones": Contemporary Portraits of Reformers of Religion and Letters By Théodore de Bèze (see page 209)
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A Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature, Volume 3 - 1876 (see page 74)
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The Presbyterian Review, Volume 7 - 1886 (see page 153)
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