The cover commendation by C.H. Spurgeon says: 'This touches only on the first six chapters [of Leviticus]; but it treats of the offerings in a manner deeply spiritual and helpful'. In fact, it also covers Chapters 8, 9, 11 and 13. Maybe the 1898 edition (of which this is a reprint) was an extension of an earlier one, since Spurgeon died in 1892. Thus it contains more than the cover indicates.
It has far greater depth than many modern books. Although some of its chapters are described as notes on Leviticus, there are others with much analysis and application. Very occasionally, it refers to both Hebrew and Greek words, neither of which is known to this reviewer. Yet this does not adversely affect the non-linguist. There is a short Hebrew-English vocabulary at the end, together with general and Scriptural indices. Occasionally there are footnotes, which are preferable to the use of endnotes.
Peter Murcott (Review in British Church Newspaper, June 2012)