Skinner (1895) in Expos.
Skinner, Genesis, pp. 269 sqq.).
Skinner "Isaiah i.-xxxix."
Skinner, "The Book of Isaiah," in Cambridge Bible (2 vols., 1896, 1898); G.
Isaiah, p. 9 seq.; Skinner, Kings, p. 359).
Skinner, Genesis, p. 214).
Skinner, Genesis, pp. 310 sqq.
He was twice chosen bishop of Dunkeld, but the opposition of Bishop Skinner, afterwards primus, rendered the election on both occasions ineffectual.
See Skinner, Century Bible, " Kings," ad loc. 2 The geographical indications imply that in one account the journey to Damascus and the anointing of Hazael and Jehu must have intervened, and were omitted because another account ascribed these acts to Elisha (2 Kings viii.
P. 268; Burney, Kings, p. 328 seq.; Skinner, Kings, p. 372 seq.
Skinner, Kings, p. 43 seq.; T.
Skinner, Kings, pp. 443 sqq.; Ed.
It was brought, probably from Muttra, by Anang Pal, a Rajput chief of the Tomaras, who erected it here in 1052.1 Among the modern buildings of Delhi may be mentioned the Residency, now occupied by a government high school, and the Protestant church of St James, built at a coast of io,000 by Colonel Skinner, an officer well known in the history of the East India Company.
P. Skinner, Abyssinia of To-Day (London, 1906), a record of the first American mission to the country; G.