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The Puritans at work. --In our columns to day will be found the announcement by the American Tract Society of a publication of Oliver Cromwell's Bible, a compilation in use by the Purism army, with the preface of the Society to the present edition. We have often observed that this contest is a revival of the old war between given to change." Quotations of a similar character might be indefinitely multiplied from both the Old and New Testaments. In fact, if the Scripture-quoting Oliver Cromwell had lived in the days of that scriptural writer from whom he was most fond of borrowing warlike passages, that glorious Hebrew King and warrior, David, the sard's anointed" than Charles, and much more of a tyrant. So that the American Tract Society will perceive that the Cavaliers might have got up a Bible as well as Cromwell, and that the result would have illustrated the appropriateness of their quotations. But what beautiful consistency in men, the chief glory of whose ancestors i
TheSoldiers' Pocket Bible,issuedfor the use of the ArmyofOliver Cromwell. [Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau street, New York] [original Title page.] The soldier Printed at London, by G. B. and R. W., for G. C. 1643. Preface to this Edition. Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of the English Commonwealth from 1653 to his death in 1655, began his milit career in 1642. In 1643 appeared this little manual for his soldiers. Though not prepared by Cromwell, it was published with his approbation, and was in general use among his soldiers. Cromwell's Cromwell's success was due in no small degree to the strict morals and rigid discipline of his army, and to the inspiring power of religion. He declared: "Truly I think he that prays best fights best. I know nhey never were beaten, but whenever they were engaged against the enemy they beat continually." Cromwell's Ironsides, as they are usually called, fed their faith upon God's word, went into battle with