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AN

HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY

OF THE

NEW TESTAMENT.

PART I.

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1.

Of the Holy Land in general, and its principal Divisions;

as also of such other Places, as lay without the Holy Land, and are mentioned or referred to in the four Gos

pels. AMONG the great and glorious advantages, enjoyed of old by the Jews above the Gentiles, it may justly be The Holy

Land, why esteemed none of the least, that our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus CHRIST not only came of them according to the flesh, Rom. ix. 5. but also, during his stay in the flesh here upon earth, dwelt among them, John i. 14. making so constant an abode with them, as that we read not in Scripture he ever went out of the bounds of the Holy Land, but when Joseph fled with him, then a child, into

so called.

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