I’ve been working on OCR’ing Theodoret’s Commentary on Romans, from the 1839 issue of the Christian Remembrancer. I’m most of the way through this, although no clue as yet to the translator. Notes are by a certain “E.B.”
A kind correspondent has sent me PDF’s of the rest of the commentary, which appeared in the 1840 issue. These, unfortunately, were digitised at a very low resolution and do not OCR very well. I can’t say that I am looking forward to dealing with those very much.
One comment by Theodoret has struck me so far:
For they who live in idle ease, and will not undergo the labours of virtue, cry out even against God Himself, for imposing this commandment.
In our day, that is a very familiar sight, isn’t it?