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Section IV. On the Commerce and Navigation of SECTION III. On the Book of Exodus.

the Hebrews.

*I. Title.-II. Author and Date.-III. Occasion and

1. Commerce of the Midianites, Egyptians, and Phoe-

Subject matter.-IV. Scope.-V. Types of the Mes.

nicians

187 siah.–VI. Synopsis of its Contents.–VII. Remarks

II. Mode of transporting Goods

on the Plagues inflicted upon the Egyptians • 206, 207

III. Commerce of the Hebrews, particularly under Solo-

mon and his Successors

187, 188

IV. Notice of Ancient Shipping

188, 189

SECTION IV. On the Book of Leviticus.

V. Money, Weights, and Measures

189

I. Title, Author, and Date.—II. Scope.—III. Synopsis

of its Contents

207, 208

CHAPTER VIII. Amusements of the Jews.-Allusions

to the Theatres, to Theatrical Performances, and to Section V. On the Book of Numbers.

the Grecian Games, in the New Testament.

I. Title, Author, Date, and Argument.-II. Scope.-

I. Recreations of the Jews in Domestic Life

189 III. Types of the Messiah.-IV. Prediction of the

II. Military Sports

190 Messiah.–V. Chronology.-VI. Synopsis of its Con-

II. Introduction of Gymnastic and Theatrical Exhibi

tents.-VII. Observations on the Book of the Wars

tions among the Jews .

ib. of the Lord, mentioned in Numbers xxi. 14.

208-210

IV. Allusions to the Theatres and to Theatrical Per-

formances in the New Testament

190, 191 Section VI. On the Book of Deuteronomy.

V. Allusions to the Grecian Games, particularly the

Olympic Games :-

1. Qualifications of the Candidates

192

I. Title, Date, and Chronology.-II. Scope.-III. Pre-

Preparatory Discipline to which they were

diction of the Messiah.-IV. Synopsis of its Con

subjected

ib.

tents.-V. Observations

210-212

2. Foot-Race

Table

or Harmony of the entire Jewish Law :

ib.

212, 213

3. Rewards of the Victors

ib.

4. Beautiful Allusions to these Games, in the

CHAPTER II. On the Historical Books.

New Testament, explained

192–194

SECTION I. General Observations on the Historical

CHAPTER IX. On the Diseases mentioned in the Scrip-

Books

. 213, 214

tures, Treatment of the Dead, and Funeral Rites.

SECTION II. On the Book of Joshua.

Section I. On the Diseases mentioned in the Scrip-

I. Author and Genuineness of this Book.—II. Argu-

tures.

ment.—III. Scope.-IV. Synopsis of its Contents.-

I. Origin and Progress of the Art of Medicine in the

V. Observations on the Book of Jasher, mentioned in

East

Josh. x. 13. .

194, 195

214-216

II. Notice of Remedies in use among the Jews

195

III. Account of some particular Diseases mentioned in Section III. On the Book of Judges.

he Scriptures, viz.

1. The Leprosy :

195, 196 I. Title.-II. Date and Author.-III. Scope, Chrono-

2. Elephantiasis, the Disease of Job

196 logy, and Synopsis of its Contents.—IV. Observations

3. Disease of the Philistines

ib. on some difficult Passages in this Book

216, 217

4. Disease of King Saul

ib.

5. Disease of King Jehoram

ib.

6. Disease of King Hezekiah

ib.

Section IV. On the Book of Ruth.

7. Disease of Nebuchadnezzar

196, 197

8. Palsy

197

I. Title and Argument.-II. Chronology.—III. Author.

9. Issue of Blood

ib.

-IV. Scope.-V. Synopsis of its Contents

218

10. Blindness

ib.

11. Reality of Demoniacal Possessions proved ib. Section V. On the Two Books of Samuel.

SECTION II. Treatment of the Dead.-Funeral Rites.

I. Title.-II. Authors.—III. Argument, Scope, and Ana-

lysis of the First Book of Samuel.-IV. Argument,

I. Jewish Notions of Death

198

Ścope, and Analysis of the Second Book of Samuel.

II

. Mosaic Laws relating to the Dead :

-V. General Observations on these two Books. 218–220

ib.

III. Preparations for Interment

198, 199

IV. Rites of Sepulture.—Lamentations for the Dead 199, 200 Section VI. On the Two Books of Kings.

V. Notice of the Tombs of the Jews

200, 201

Monumental Inscriptions

202 I. Order and Title of these Books.-II. Author.-

VI. Funeral Feasts.—Duration of Mourning

ib. III. Argument and Synopsis of the First Book of

Kings.- IV. Argument and Synopsis of the Second

Book of Kings.—V. General Observations on these

Books

220-222

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$ 4. On the Book of the Prophet Isaiah.
1. Author and Date.-II. Genuineness of his Predic.

tions.—III. Scope.-IV. Analysis of the Contents of
this Book.–V. Observations on its Style .

260-262

CHAPTER V, On the Apocrypha.

I. Account of the First Book of Esdras.—II. Of the

Second Book of Esdras.—III. Of the Book of Tobit.-

ly. Of the Book of Judith.-V, of the rest of the

262-269

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Section XVI. On the Epistle to the Hebrewe.

APPENDIXES.

1. To whom written.-II. In what Language.--III. Its

Genuineness and Authenticity.--Proofs that it was

written by Saint Paul.-IV. Its Date.-V. Occasion

1. ON THE SOURCES OF THE FIRST THREE Gos-
and Scope of this Epistle.-VI. Synopsis of its Con-

PELS.
tents

349–357

I. Different Hypotheses stated.—II. Examination of the

Hypothesis, that the Evangelists abridged or copied

from each other.—III. Examination of the Hypothe-

CHAPTER IV. On the Catholic Epistles.

sis, that the Evangelists derived their Information

from a primary Greek or Hebrew Document.-

Section I. On the Genuineness and Authenticity of

IV. Examination of the Hypothesis, that they con-

the Catholic Epistles.

sulted several Documents. - V. And of the Hypothe-

sis, that Oral Tradition was the Source of the first

1. Origin of the Appellation, Catholic Epistles.--11. Its

three Gospels.-VI. That the only Document con-

Antiquity.-Observations on their Authenticity.-

sulted by the first three Evangelists was the Preach-

III. On the Order in which they are usually placed 358

ing of our Saviour himself

385-393

Section II. On the General Epistle of James.

II. TABLES OF Weights, MEASURES, AND MONEY,

MENTIONED IN THE BIBLE

394

I. Account of the Author of this Epistle.—II. Its Genu-

III. A CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF THE PRINCIPAL

jneness and Authenticity.-III. To whom addressed.

-IV. Its Scope.-V. Synopsis of its Contents.-

EVENTS RECORDED IN THE BIBLE .

. 395-399

VI. Observations on this Epistle

358-360 IV. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX, CONTAINING A

CONCISE ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL Editions

Section III. On the First General Epistle of Peter.

OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, AND OF THE PRINCI-

PAL PHILOLOGERS, Critics, AND COMMENTA-

I. Account of the Apostle Peter.—II. Genuineness and

TORS WHO HAVE ELUCIDATED THE TEXT, His-

Canonical Authority of this Epistle.—III. To whom

TORY, AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE BIBLE . 1-165

written.-IV. Of the Place whence it was sent.-

Date.-V. Its Design and Contents.—VI. Observa- ADDENDA TO THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX

166

tions on the Style of Saint Peter's two Epistles 360–362

INDEXES.

SECTION IV. On the Second General Epistle of Peter.

I. An HISTORICAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, AND GEOGRA-

I. Its Genuineness and Canonical Authority.-II. Date.

PHICAL INDEX OF THE PRINCIPAL Nations,

—III. Scope and Synopsis of its Contents

362-364 Persons, AND PLACES, MENTIONED

SCRIPTURES

401-456

SECTION V. On the First General Epistle of John.

ADDENDA TO THE Historical, &c. Index: 457-459

II. INDEX OF THE SYMBOLICAL LANGUAGE OF SCRIP-

I. Genuineness and Canonical Authority.-II. Date.-

461-470

III. Of the Persons to whom this Epistle was written.

III. General Index of MATTERS

471-480

-IV. Its Occasion and Scope.--Account of the false

Teacher whose Principles are refuted by the Apostle.

IV. INDEX OF THE PRINCIPAL Texts IllusTRATED 481-493

-V. Synopsis of its Contents.-VI. The Question

V. INDEX TO THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX 183-195

concerning the Authenticity of the disputed Clause

INDEX TO THE ADDENDA TO THE BIBLIOGRAPHI-

in 1 John y. 7, 8. considered

364-376 CAL APPENDIX -

197-198

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