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Of such Places as are mentioned in the first Book of Kings,
and not spoken of before.
Places mentioned in the second Book of Kings, and not
spoken of before.
Of Places situated in, or bordering on, the ancient Persian
Empire, and mentioned in the Old Testament, but not
spoken of already.
Of the more remarkable Places mentioned in the Apocry-
phal Books, and not spoken of before.
Chronological Table of the Kings of Judah and Israel,
and such other more remarkable Particulars, as oc-
curred within the Reigns of the said Kings, and are men-
tioned in the Books of Samuel, of Kings, and the other
following Books of the Old Testament.
HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
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-
Of our Saviour's Journeyings, from his Birth to his Bap-
tism, and Entrance upon his public Ministry, or Preach-
ing of the Gospel.
Of our Saviour's Journeyings from his Baptism and En-
trance upon his public Ministry, to the first Passover next
Of our Saviour's Journeyings from the first Passover after
his Baptism and Entrance upon his public Ministry, to
the second Passover.
Of aur Saviour's Journeyings from the second Passover after
the third Passover.
Of our Saviour's Journeyings from the third Passover after
his Baptism and Entrance upon his public Ministry, to the
fourth Passover, at which he was crucified.
Of the Places honoured with our Lord's Presence after his
A Chronological Table of the most remarkable Passages of
our Saviour's Life, recorded in the four Gospels: which
serves to shew the Time of our Saviour's Journeyings, or
in what Year of his Life they were performed. p. 219.
Of St. Paul's Travels from his leaving Jerusalem to go to
Damascus, till his first return to Jerusalem after his
Of St. Paul's Travels from Jerusalem to Cæsarea, Tarsus,
and Antioch, till his second return to Jerusalem after
Of St. Paul's Travels and Voyages to Cyprus, Pamphylia,
Pisidia, Lycaonia, &c. till his third return to Jerusalem
after his Conversion.
of St. Paul's Travels and Voyages into Phrygia, Galatia,
Mysia, Troas, Macedonia, Achaia, &c. till his fourth re-
turn to Jerusalem after his Conversion.
of St. Paul's Travels from his leaving Jerusalem, after the
Council there held, to his Departure out of the Asiatic
Continent for Europe.
Of St. Paul's Voyåges and Travels from his departing out
of the Asiatic Continent, to his fourth return to Jeru-
Of St. Paul's Travels and Voyages into Asia, and parti-
cularly to Ephesus; and from thence into Macedonia and
Greece, till his fifth Return to Jerusalem after his Con-
of the Scripture-Asia, and the seven Churches therein, to
which the seven Epistles in the Book of Revelation were
Of St. Paul's Voyages and Travels from his leaving Ephe-
sus, till his coming to Jerusalem.
Of St. Paul's Travels and Voyages, from his being sent a
Prisoner" to Rome, till his Martyrdom or Death. p. 301.
Of such Countries and other Places, as are mentioned, or
referred to, in the Books of the New Testament, which
follow after the Gospels, and fall not in with the course
of St. Paul's Travels.
A Chronological Table of the most, remarkable Passages
mentioned in the Books of the New Testament after the
Gospels, which serves to shew the distinct Times of St.
Pauls Travels and Voyages.
Some Notes on the Historical Geography of the Old and
A General Alphabetical Catalogue of the Countries, Cities,
Towns, Rivers, Mountains, &c. described in the Histo-
rical Geography of the Old and New Testament. p. 347.