Critical, Devotional and Prophetical: with the Text of the Authorised Version, Metrically Arranged, according to the Original Hebrew.
"A second-advent interpreter, and one of the best of his class. Highly esteemed..." was the verdict of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, in his Commenting and Commentaries. Indeed, he uses several quotes from William De Burgh in his own treatise on the Psalms - The Treasury of David. AR Fausset (of Jamieson, Fausset and Brown] also refers to 'his valuable commentary on the Psalms'.