Concordance We add the following:
I. HEBREW CONCORDANCES. — A Concordance of the Hebrew and Chaldee Scriptures (London, 1876, an excellent work): — An English, Hebrew, and Chaldee Lexicon and Concordance for the more Correct Understanding of the English Translation of the Old Testament, by Reference to the Original Hebrew (ibid. 1866): — Concordantiae Nominum Propriorum, quae in Libris Sacris Continentur, a G. Brecher Inchoata, Finita, Demum a Filio (Brecher, Frankfort, 1876, on the proper names, but deficient).
II. GREEK CONCORDANCES on the New Testament. — Ταμιεῖον τῆς καινῆς διαθήκης ἐγχειρίδιον, by Schmoller (Stuttgard, 1868): — A Critical Greek and English Concordance to the New Testament, by Hudson, revised and completed by Abbott (Boston, 1870).
III. ENGLISH CONCORDANCES. — The Twofold Concordance to the Words and Subjects of the Holy Bible, Including a Concise Dictionary, a Chronological Arrangement of the Sacred Narrative, and other Tables Designed to Facilitate the Consultation and Study of the Sacred Scriptures (Edinburgh, 1858): — Dictionary and Concordance of Scripture Proper Names, by Henderson (ibid. 1869): — An Analytical Concordance to the Holy Scriptures; or, The Bible Presented under Distinct and Classified Heads or Topics, by Eadie (reprinted, New York, 1877): — An Analytical Concordance to the Bible on an Entirely New Plan. Containing every Word Alphabetically Arranged under its Hebrew or Greek Original, with the Literal Meaning and Pronunciation. Exhibiting about 311,000 References, Marking 30,000 Readings in the New Testament, with the Latest Information on Biblical Geography and Antiquities, etc., by Young (Edinburgh, 1880), answering a similar purpose with that of the Englishman's Hebrew and Greek Concordances. There have also been issued several concordances to the Revised New Testament. (B.P.)