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of theft, 1-4. Of damage, 5, 6. Of trespasses, 7-13. Of borrowing, 14, 15. Of fornication, 16, 17. of witcher aft, 14, Of bestiality, 19. Of idolatry, 20. Of strangers, widows, and fatherless, 21 24 of Mary, 25. Of pledges 26. 27. Of reverener to magufrates. 28. Of the first fruits, 29, 20. of torn Aesh, 31.

1 sheep, or, goat. he shall. There is a smaller compensation required in other things, (ver.g) and also a disproportion between an ox and a sheep. The reason of the former is, as MAIMONIDES explains it, because money, goods, **All Ge96. Le.24.17. Nu.35.16.24, &c., are better guarded bouses and cities, 11.12.13. Mat.26-52 than cattle in a field, which consequently cau * 5.11.22. De Mi.7.2. be more easily stolen. The reason of the latter 199408 22 16.10. 15.10.7. I all seems to be, as it is explained by Babep Payal Det.41.43.-19.1.3,9. Jos. PATRICK, that an ox was of greater value, and more useful for the purposes of husbandry. d. No.15.30,31. De.1.43.-17. Le 6.1..6. Nu.5.7. 25.12.6. Pr.6.31. Lu.198. 1-2-1.13. 1K1.2.29. 34. Ps. 19. fice oren. Pr.14.4. Pec.10, slay. Nu.35.20,91. De. 2 breaking. Job 24.14.-30.5. Ho.7.1. Joel 2 9. take him. 1 Ki.1. Mat.6.19.20.-24.43. 1 1h.5.2. no blood. Nu. 35.27.

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5 shall he make restitution. Vet.3,12. ch.21.34.

Define was made capital: nay, he who Job 20.18. Weber of mother, who uttered impre

6 If fire break out. Mr. HARMER observes, vibes, or revilings, against a parent, that it is a common custom in the East to set sted in the same sense; though few the dry herbage on fire; which fires, from vant were made capital by the law of Moses, of care, often produce great damage. Hence a of God, as delegated to parents, is law to guard against such evils was highly when they are honoured, and despised expedient. so that the stacks of corn. Ju 15.4,

De mescise of this authority is rebellion 9,12. ch.21.33,34. y despised and to rebel against 5. 2 Sa.14 30,31.

he that kindled the fire. ver.

if the thief be found. Pr.6.30,31. Je.2.26. Ju°. 12.6. 1 Co.6.10. let him pay double. See on ver.4. 8 the judges. ver.28. marg. ch.21.6. De.16.18. -19.17,18. 1 Ch.23.4. Ps.82.1.

9 for all manner of trespass. Nu.5.6,7. 1 Ki. 8.31. Mat.6.14,15.-18.15,35. Lu.17.3,4. the cause of both parties. ch.18.21,22.-23.6..8. De.16.18,19. -25.1.2 Ch.19.10. pay double unto his. ver. 4, 7. 10 Ge.39.8. Lu.12.48.-16.11. 2 Ti.1.12. 11 an oath of the Lord. Le.5.1.-6.3. 1 Ki.2.42, 43.Pr.30.9. He.6.16. that he 12 stolen from him. ver.7. Ge.31.39.

13 torn in pieces. Eze.4.14. Am 3. 12. Mi.5.8. Na.2.12. let him bring it for witness. Or, rather, 'Let him bring,' aid hatteraiphah, an evidence of the thing torn, such as the horns, hoofs, &c. 14 borrow. De.15.2.-23.19.20. Ne.5.4. Ps.37. 21. Mat.5.42. Lu.6.35. make it good. ver.11. ch. 21.34. Le.24.18.

15 it came for his hire. Zec.8.10.

16 a man entice. Ge.34.2..4. De.22.23,29. 17 utterly. De.7.3,4. pay. Heb, weigh. Ge.23. 16. dowry of virgins, Ge.34.12. De.22.29. 1Sa. 18.25. 18 Le.19.26,31.-20.6,27. De.18.10,11. 1 Sa.28. 3.9. Is.19.3. Ac. 8. 9..11.-16.16..19.-19.19. Ga. 5.20. Re.22.15.

2 follow. ch.32.1.5. Ge.6.12.-7.1.-1 Nu.14.1..10. Jos.24.15. 1 Sa.15.9,24. 11 Job 31.34. Pr.1.10.11,15.-4.14. Mat. g Mar.15.15. Lu.23.23,24,51. Ju°.7.50,51. 27.-25.9. Ro.1.32. Ga.2.11..13. speak, swer. to decline. ver.6,7. Le.19.15. De. 72.2. Je.37.15,21.-38.5,6,9. Eze.9.9. Ha. 3 Ps.82.2,3. Ja.3.17.

4 De.2.1.4. Job 31.29,30. Pr.24.17,18 Mat.5.44. Lu.6.27,28. R6.12.17.21. 1 TE 5 If thou see. De.22.4. and wouldest help him. or, Wilt thou cease to help wouldest cease to leave thy business f thou shalt surely leave it to join with I 6 ver.2.3. De.16.19.-27.19. 2 Ch.19.7 13,21,22. Ps.82.3,4. Ec.5.8. Is.10.1,2. 6. 28.-7.6. Am.5.11,12. Mi.3.1.4. Z Mal.3.5. Ja.2.5,6.

7 far from. ver.1. Le.19.11. De.19.16. 22.23. Pr.4.14,15. Is.33.15. Lu.3.14. 1 Th.5.22. the innocent. De.27.25. J not. ch.34.7. Pr.17.15. Na.1.3. Ro.1.18.

8 thou shalt take. De.16.19. 1 Sa. Pr.15.27.-17.8,23.-19.4. Ec.7.7.1 5.23. Eze 22.12. Ho.4.18. Am.5.12. Mi.j wise. Heh, the seeing.

9 thou shalt not. ch.21.21. De.10.19.

19 Le.18.23,25.-20.15,16. De.27.21. 20 sacrificeth. Nu. De.13.1..15.-17.-27.19. Ps.94.6. Eze.22.7. ye know. M 2..5.-18.20. utterly. Nu.21.3. Jos.23.15.16.

21 ver a stranger. ch.23.9. Le.19.33.-25.35. De. 10.19. Je.7.6.-22.3, Zec.7.10. Mal.3.5. for ye were strangers, ch.20.2.-23.9. De.10.19.-15.15-23.7. 22 De.10.18.-24.17.-27.19. Ps.94.6,7. Is.1.17, 23.-10.2. Eze.22.7. Zec.7.10. Ja.1.27.

23 they cry at all. De.15.9.-24.15. Job 31.38, 39.-35.9. Lu.18.7. I will surely. Job 34. 28. Ps.10.17.18.-18. 6.-140, 12-145. 19.-146. 7..9. Pr.22.22.23.-23.10,11. Ja.5.4.

24 my wrath. Job 31.23. Ps.69.24.-76.7.-90. 11. Na.1.6. Ro. 2. 5 .9. He.10.31. your wives. Job 27.13..15. Ps.78.63,64.-109.9. Je.15.8.-18. 21. La.5.3. Lu.6.38.

25 Le.25.35..37. De 23.19,20. 2K1.4.1.7. Ne. 5.2..5.7.10,11. Ps.15.5. Pr.28.8. Je.15.10. Eze.18. 8,17. Mat.25.27. Lu.19.23.

26 to pledge. De.24.6,10..13,17. Job 22.6.-24. 3,9. Pr.20.16.-22.27. Eze.18.7.16.-33.15. Am.2.8. 27 when he crieth. ch.2.23,24. Ps.34.6.-72.12. Is.19.20. for I am gracious, ch.34.6. 2 Ch.30.9. Ps 86.15.-136.10,11.

He.2.17.18. heart. Heb, soul.

11 the seventh. See on Le.25.2..7,11,1 26.34.35. olive-yard, or, olive trees. 12 Sir days. See on ch.20.8..11.-31.12 13.14. and the son. De.5.13..15. Is.583 13 be circumspect. De.4.9,15. Jos.22.4 1 Ch.28.7.9. Ps.39.1. Ep.5.15. 1 T1.4.16 15. make no mention, Nu.32.38. De 194 7. Ps.16.4. Je. 10.11. Ho.2.17. Zec.13.9.

14 ch.34.22. Le.23.5,16,34. De.16.16. 15 the feast. ch.12.14..28,43..49.-13.6,7 Le. 23.5.8. Nu. 9.2..14.-28.16..25. D Jos.5.10,11. 2 K1.23.21..23. Mar.14.12. 1 Co.5.7,8. and none. ch.34.20. Le.23.10. 16. Pr.3.9,10.

16 feast of harvest. ch.22.29.-34.99. 1 21. Nu.28.26..31. De.16.9..12. Ac.2.1. à ing. ch.34. 22. Le.23.34.44. Nu.29.12..39 13.15. Ne.8.14..18. Zec.14.16..19. Jn° 74 17 c.34.23. De.12.5.-16.16.-31.11. Ps.84.7. 18,15.-34.25. Le.2.11.-7.15 4. sacrifice. or, feast. remain. ch.12.10. 19 first of the. ch.22.29.-34.26. Leg Nu.18.12,13. De.12.5.7.-26.10. Ne.10.3 15.20. Re.14.4. Thou shalt not seethe al true sense of this passage seems to be 29 shalt not delay. ch. 23. 16.19. De.26.2..10. signed by Dr. CUDWORTH, from a M 2 K4.4.42.2 Ch.31.5. Pr.3.9,10. Eze.20.40. M1.7.ment of a Karaite Jew. It was a custc 1. Mat.6.33. Ro.8.23. Ja.1.18. the first of thy the ancient heathens, when they had g ripe fruits. Heh, thy fulness. liquors. Heb. tear. in all their fruits, to take a kid, and be the firstborn. ch.13.2,12.-34.19.

28 the gods. or, judges. ver. 8,9. Ps.32.6.-82. 1..7.-138.1. Jn°.10.34.35. nor curse. ch.21 17. 1 Sa.24.6,10.-26.9. Ec.10.20. Ac.23.3,5. Ro.13. 2..7. Tit.3.1,2. 1 Pe.2.17. Pe.2.10. Jude 8.

30 Like:cise. De.15.19. seven days. Le.22.27. 31 holy, ch.19.5.6. Le.11.45.-19.2. De.14.21.1 Pe. 1.15.16. neither. Le. 17.15.16.-20.25.-22.8. De. 14.21. Eze.4.14.-44.31. Ac.10.14.-15.20.


the dam's milk; and then in a magical go about and sprinkle all their trees, an and gardens, and orchards with it, thin these means, that they should make thet ful, and bring forth more abundantly in lowing year. Wherefore, God forbad ! ple, the Jews, at the time of their in-gal to use any such superstitious or idolatro ch.34.26. De.14.21. Pr.12.10. Je.103.

20 Angel. ch.3.2..6.-14.19.-32.34.-3RS 48.16. Nu.20.16. Jos.5.13.-6.2. Ps.91.11 9. Mal.3.1. 1 Co.10.9,10. prepared. G1 Mat.25.34. Jn°14.3.

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3 Neither shalt thou countenance a poor man in has cause.

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8 And thou shalt take no gift; for the gift blindeth the wise, and perverteth the words of the righteous.

9 Also thou shalt not oppress a stranger: for ye know then heart of a stranger, seeing ye were strangers in the land of Ficypt. 10 And six years thou shalt sow ty land, and shalt gather in the fruits thereof:

11 But the seventh year thou shalt let it rest and lie still, that the poor of thy people may eat: and what they leave, the beasts of the field shall eat. In like manner thou shalt deal with thy vineyard, and with thy olive-yard.

12 Six days then shalt do thy work, and on the seventh day thou shalt rest that thine ox and thine ass may rest, and the son of thy handmaid and the stranger may be refreshed.

13 And in all things that I have said unto you, be circumspect and make no mention of the name of other gods, neither let it be heard out of thy mouth."

14 Three times thou shalt keep a feast unto me in the year.

15 Thou shalt keep the feast of unleavened bread: (thou shalt eat urleavened bread seven days, as I commanded thee, in the time appointed of the mouth Abib; for in it thou camest out from Eypt, and none shall appear before me empty :)

16 And the feast of harvest, the first fruits of thy labours, which thou hast sown in thy field: & the feast of gathering, a hicĥ is in the end of the year, when thou hast gathered in thy labours out of the field. Eze.1917. 17 Three times in the year all thy De46&c. males shall appear before the LORD God. 18 Thou shalt not offer the blood of my or, feast.sacrifice with leavened bread, neither shall the fat of my A sacrifice remain until the morning

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19 The first of the first-fruits of thy land thou shalt bring into the house of the LORD thy God.

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21 Beware of him, & obey his voice, provoke him not: for he will not pardon your transgressions: for my name is in tim. 22 But if thou shalt indeed obey his

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24 Thou shalt not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do after their works; but thou shalt utterly overthrow them, and quite break down their images. 25 And ye shall serve the LORD yourd God, and he shall bless" thy bread, and thy water; and I will take sickness P away from the midst of thee.

26 There shall nothing cast their young, nor be barren, in thy land: the number of thy days I will fulfil.

27 I will send my fear before thee, and will destroy all the people to whom thou shalt come; and I will make all thine enemies turn their y backs unto thee.

28 And I will send hornets before thee, which shall drive out the Hivite, the Canaanite, and the Hittite, from before thee. 29 I will not drive them out from before thee in one year; lest the land become desolate, and the beast of the field multiply against thee.


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30 By little and little I will drive them Mal3.10,11. out from before thee, until thou be in-Ne. 9. 13. creased, and inherit the land. p Ps. 103.3 7 De. 28. 4. Jos. 2.9.11. 1 Sa. 14. 15.

31 And I will set thy" bounds from the Red Sea even unto the sea of the Philistines, and from the desert unto the river: for I will deliver the inhabitants of the land into your hand; and thou shalt drive them out before thee.

32 Thou shalt make no covenant" withi them, nor with their gods.

33 They shall not dwell in thy land, lest they make thee sin against me: for if thou serve their gods, it will surely be a share unto thee.


AND he said unto Moses, Come_up unto the LORD, thou, and Aaron, Na dab, and Abibu, and seventy of the elders of Israel; and worship ye afar off.

2 And Moses alone shall come near the LORD; but they shall not come nigh, neither shall the people go up with him.

3 And Moses came and told the people all the words of the LORD, and all the judgments and all the people answered with one voice, and said, All the words which the LORD hath said will we do.

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7 And lie took the book of the covenant, He. 8. 5. and read in the audience of the people: and they said, All that the LORD hath said will we do, and be obedient.

8 And Moses took the blood, & sprinkled it on the people, & said, Behold the blood of the covenant, which ye LORD hath made with you concerning all these words.

9 Then went up Moses, and Aaron,

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10 And they saw the God of I there was under his feet as it we work of a sapphire-stone, and the body of heaven" in his clea 11 And upon the nobles of th of Israel he laid not his hand : saw God, and did eat and dri

12 And the LORD said unto M. up to me into the mount, and and I will give thee tables of a law, and commandments wh written; that thou mayest teac

13 And Moses rose up, and ter Joshua; and Moses went u mount of God.

14 And he said unto the eld ye here for us, until we come a you: and, behold, Aaron and with you; if any man have an to do, let him come unto them.

15 And Moses went up into t and a cloud covered the mour

16 And the glory of the Lo upon mount Sinai, and the cla ed it six days and the sevent called unto Moses out of the the cloud.

17 And the sight of the glo LORD was like devouring fir top of the nount in the eyes of dren of Israel.

18 And Moses went into the the cloud, and gat him up mount; and Moses was in the forty days and torty nights. CHAP. XXV. ANDye LORD spake unto Most 2 Speak unto the children o that they bring me an Coffe every man that giveth it willing his heart ye shall take my offeri

3 And this is the offering which take of them; gold, and silver, a 4 And blue, and purple, and and fine linen, and goats' hair 5 And rams' skins dyed red, gers' skins, and shittim wood,

6 Oil for the light, spices for a oil, and for sweet incense,

7 Onyx-stones, and stones to t the ephod, and in the breastplate 8 And let them make me à san that I may dwell among them. 9 According to all that I shew after the pattern of the tabernat the pattern of all the instrument of, even so shall ye make it.

10 And they shall make an ark tim-wood: two cubits and a half the length thereof, and a cubit an the breadth thereof, and a cubit half the height thereof.

11 And thou shalt overlay it wi gold; within and without shal overlay it, and shalt make upo crown of gold round about.

12 And thou shalt cast four rings‹ for it, & put them in the tour corners lot; and two rings shall be in the one it, and two rings in the other side

13 And thou shalt make stavest tim-wood, and overlay them with g 14 And thou shalt put the stave the rings by the sides of the ark, th ark may be borne with them.

15 The staves shall be in the rir the ark; they shall not be taken fr


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What the Imarlites were to offer for the formation of the tabernacle, ¡ --9. The form of the ark, li 16 The mercy seat, with the cherubime, 17:22. The table of shew bread, with the furniture thereal, 23 The golden candlestick, with the instrumenta thereof, 31-40,


2 they. ch.35.3.29. Nu.7.3. 88. De.16.16.17. 1 Ch.XXIX. Bring me. Heb. take for nie, effeiyelled as the meantin. 1-2. The people ing, or, heave offering. Nu 1824 willingly, ch. Mori irth an altar, and 35.5.21. Ju.5.9. 1Ch.29-3,59,14.17. Ezr.1.6-2. He sprinkleth the blood of the 6-3.5.-7.16. Ne.11.2. Ps.110.1. 2 Co 8.12.-9.7. The glory of God appeareth, 9-13. 3 brass, Nechesheth, rather, copper, as brass is has for charge of the people, 14, a factitious metal, composed of copper, and the Hardware mountain, where he continueth oxide or ore of zinc, called lapts calaminarii. bo'yine ma meg mig d's, 15-18. 4 blue. Techaileth, generally supposed to leath an ature or sky-colour: rendered by the LXX. -21. Le 1.12.1 Ch.6. vaxotox, and Vulgate, hyacinchum, fine linen. 15. Nu.11.16,21,23. Eze8. er, silk. Ge.41.42. Eze:16 10, Re.19.8.

5 ch.26.14. skittim wood, ch.26.15,26,37.-27.1.

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6 Oil for. ver.37. ch. 27.20.-40.24,25. spices, ch.30.23. 38.

7 Onyx stones, ch.28.9.21. ephod. ch. В a sanctuary, ch.15.2.–36.1. 4. Le.4.6.–10.4.— 21.12. He 9.1.2. I may dwell, ch.29.45 1K16.13. 13.12.6. Zec.2.10-8.3.2006.16. Ile-3.6. Re..1.3. 9 the pattern of the tabernacle, ver 40. 1 Ch.28. 11.19. le 8.5.-9.9.

10 an ark. Aron denotes a chest, or coffer, in general, but is applied particularly to the chest or ark in which the testimony or two tables of the covenant were laid up; on the top of which was the propitiatory or mercy sear; and at the end of which were the cherubim of gold, between whom the visible sign of the presence of God appeared as seated upon his throne. ch.37.1.3. De.10.1..3.2 Ch.8.11. He.9.4. Re.11.19.

11 ver.24 ch.30.3 1K1.6.20. 2 Ch.3.4. 12 ver.15.26. ch.26.29.-27.7.-37.5.-38.7. 13 ver.28. ch.27.6.-30.5.—37.4.-40.20. Nu.4.6, 8,11.14. 1 Ch.15.15.

15 1 Ki8B. Ch59.

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