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the Latin city is divided in three parts; the symbolical storm of hail; the overthrow of the great scarlet whore, or the spiritual Babylon; and the battle of Armageddon, p. 420.The 17th, 18th, and 19th, chapters of the Revelation all belong to the last vial, or the times of the vintage, p. 420. -The war, which will be decided at Armageddon, will be undertaken by a confederacy of the beast, the false prophet, and the kings of the Latin or Papal earth, p. 426.-The infidel king will be deeply concerned in it. The confederacy will probably be made against the Protestant powers, and the converted Jews now about to be restored to their own country. The infidel king may possibly before this period become the last head of the beast; and thus take the lead in the expedition, as he is represented doing by Daniel, p. 427. -The four parallel prophecies of St. John, Daniel, Zechariah, and Joel, cited and compared with each other, p. 433* -These corresponding prophecies throw much light upon the events of the seventh vial, p. 443.-The battle of Armageddon will literally be fought in Palestine between the two seas, p. 444.—The particular scene of the conflict will be Megiddo; for Armageddon signifies the destruction at Megiddo, p. 449.-The war, which this battle will terminate, will, in one sense or another, be a religious war or crusade, p. 451. --Statement of the order, in which the events at the close of the 1260 years will probably succeed each other, p. 453--When those years shall have expired, the Jews will begin to be restored, p. 453.-One great body of them will be restored in a converted state by some powerful maritime nation of faithful worshippers, p. 454-Another great body of them will be restored in an unconverted state by the Antichristian faction, p. 458.--Route of Antichrist to Palestine, p. 459.-Route of the maritime nation to Palestine, p. 461. Conversion of the unbelieving Jews, whom Antichrist had placed in Jerusalem, p. 462.-Antichrist returns from Egypt, whither he had marched after the conquest of Palestine, and sacks Jerusalem, p. 462.-He prepares to attack the troops of the maritime power, and the converted Jews under its protection in the neighbourhood of Megiddo, p.465. He is miraculously overthrown by the word of God,
p. 465.--The Jews will suffer severely in the course of their
restoration, p. 468.-A third part of the Antichristian army
will be spared; and, being scattered throughout the whole
world, will be instrumental in bringing about the restoration
of the ten tribes, p. 470.-When these are restored, they
will jointly form one nation with Judah, p. 472.—The re-
storation of Judah will probably occupy a period of 30
years, and the subsequent restoration of Israel, a period of 45
years, p. 474.-At the end of this last period the Millen-
nium will commence, p. 476.-How far ophecy enables
us to ascertain the power intended by the great maritime
nation of faithful worshippers, p. 477-A summing up of
the particulars, which may be collected from prophecy, re-
lative to the restoration of the house of Israel, and the other
Proper date of the 1260 years, p. 483. Prophecies respecting
the Papal little horn, p. 484.-Prophecies respecting the
Mohammedan little horn, p. 485.-Prophecies respecting
the Infidel king, p. 486.-We are now living under the
fourth vial; and all the concurring signs of the times indi-
cate, that we cannot be far removed from the termination of
No. I. An examination of Archdeacon Woodhouse's system
of explaining the Apocalypse, p. 495.
No. II. Remarks on Mr. Nisbett's opinion respecting the
P. 4. 1. 10. Note, for apostacy read apostasy.
7. 1. 2, from bottom, et passin, for developement read dévelopment.. 8. 1. 3. for Apostacy read apostasy.
20. 1. 5. for apostacy read apostasy.
39. 1. 8. note, for phrophecy read prophecy. 45. 1. 6. for developement read development. 46. 1. 13. for phrophesying read prophesying.
8r. 1. 2, from the bottom, Note, for Ing read rng 114. I. & for fortel read foretell.
-1. 24. erase, after tenth.
116. 1. 4. for; after part place,
148. 1. 9. for after Church place 5
151. 1. 15. for after Ahab place.
155. l. 1. insert I after this.
184. 1. 3. note, for especially read specially.
202. 1. 2. from the bottom, Note, for encouragment read encouragement. 252. l. 1. erase, after dominions.
264. l. 12. insert, after horn.
1. 13. insert: after death.
284. 1. 8. erase, after spectacle.
1. 9. insert, after nation.
460. last line of the note, for casually read causally.
475. 1. 21. for which one cannot read which we cannot.
479. 1. 10, 11. note, erase their attaining to that height of wickedness which should mark.
491. 1. 4. note, for phopliecies read prophecies. 492. 1. 3. note, for restoration read restoration. 497. 1. 4. from the bottom, Note, for is read it. 499. 1. 2. for dated read computed.
The Reader is particularly requested to correct the Errata at p. 460. last line of the note, and p. 479. l. 10, 11; as they materially affect the meaning of the passages.