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INDEX OF THINGS.

Babylon, its situation, 345 its
Acra,
CRA, one of the hills on which

greatness, 442

height and
Jerusalem stood, 398

thickness of its walls, 445 the
Acrostic, ---see Alphabetical

manner of its being taken al-
Additions, Heb. Text, 231, 241,

luded to, 438, 442,443 Baby-
264, 270, 272, 277, 280, et al. lon, its fall and perpetual de-
Aleppo, ploughing time there, 237 solation foretold, 340,433,445,
great
houses how disposed, 327

446 why called a golden cup
lodging roomshow warmed, 356

in God's hand, 440
All the kingdoms of the earth, to Babylonish nation of great anti-
be taken in a limited sense, 345

quity, 250
Almond tree, its early blossoms, 227 Babylonians supposed to have com-
Alphabetical poems, 455 their va- menced the year differently from
riety and use, ib.

the Jews, Note at the bottom
Alphabetical order inverted in three of p. 330. date the reign of Ne-
instances, 403, 471

buchadnezzar differently from
Ammon, the Egyptian Jupiter, 411 the Jews, 330, 338 prefixed
his temple at Thebes, ib.

the names of their idols to those
Anathoth, a city of Benjamin, be- of their great men, 398

their
longing to the priests, 221 invasion and conquest of Judea:
Arabia, whence denominated, 230 foretold, 239
its divisions, 344

Balm of Gilead, 267
Arabians distinguished, 273, 430 Bactrians subjected by Nebucliad-
of the desart, why called a min-

nezzar, 245
gled people, ib. their isolated Barbary, time of sowing there, 237
habitations, 431 Scenites, 350, Bel, the chief idol of Babylon, 398
431 watching for plunder, 237, Benhadad, a name common to the
cut their hair and beards in a kings of Syria, 430
particular manner, 273

Beth-haccerem, 252
Arabian freebooters called the sword Bible, a new English version by
of the wilderness, 477

authority much wanted, xiv
Ararat, called the greater Armenia, Boccore, an early sort of figs, 353
441

Bows, large ones of steel, how bent,
Ark of the covenant, God's foot- 439
stool, 460

Brasiers of lighted coals used to
Arrows called sons of the quiver, warm rooms in several parts of
463

the East, 356
Arphad, the same as Aradus, 429
Askkenaz, or Ascania in Phrigia,

Calamus aromaticus, 256
441

Captain of the temple, 319
Ashkelon, 414 its beautiful and Captivity of the Jews at Babylon,
rich valley, ib.

its period ascertained, 340, 341,
Asphaltites, lake or Dead Sea, 420

361
Asyndeton, 248, 294, 394, 460

Caphtorim, and country of Capli-
Azotus, otherwise Ashdod, 343

tor, 414

Caravanseras, 368

Covenant of general release entered
Carchemish, Egyptians defeated into, and broken, by the Jews,
there, 224, 298, 408

382
Carmel, 410

Covering the head in affliction, 235
Caverns in the mountains used by Covert of the Sabbath, 396

the Jews for burying places, Courses of the priests, 319
230, 289

Courts of justice held in the city
Chaldee Paraphrase, 23), 271,275, gates, 294, 312, 395, 477
296, et al.

Cush, a country of merchandise, 321
Chaldeans addicted to Astrology, Cushites, Arabians bordering on
274

Red Sea, 292, 344, 409
Chalybes, famous for tempering Cup of consolation, 306
steel, 299

Cup of the wine of God's wrath,
Change of apparel a mark of re- 289, 342, 475
spect in the East, 453

Cutting the flesh in mourning, 303,
Chapters, their disorderly arrange- 401, 414, 421 forbidden the

ment how rectifed, 222, 323, Jews, 303-305
338, 349, 358, 378 Chap- Cutting the hair in the like circum-
ters, not digested in their pre- stances usual with many na.
sent order by Jeremiah, 447 tions, but forbidden by the law
not rightly divided, 228, 242, of Moses, 305
263, 268, 394

Damascus, 429
Charming of serpents, 266

Darkness, an emblem of distress,
Chief priests, 319
Children of persons of rank ancient- Death personified, 271, 459

234, 467
ly employed in menial offices, | Delusive appearance of water in the

294
Children made to pass through the

desart, 301

Desolation of Judah, whence to be
fire, 389
Chimneys, none admitted in Jeru. Difference in the given heights of

computed, 224
salem, 356
Chittim, countries of, 231

Solomon's brazen pillars how
Christ called our Righteousness, Distinction between Dix, and

reconciled, 451
334, 392 the righteous branch,

,
ib.

Doves build in the natural șollows
Circumcision, its moral import, 243

of rocks, 419
Cisterns, or Reservoirs, their use in
Judea, 238, 401

Dragons suck in the air, 295
Conjectural Criticism, when and Dress, its magnificence in the cast

consisted much in the rich co-
how far admissible, viii
Conversion of the Gentiles, 238, Drought, a calamity frequent in

lours, 276
Corrections Hebrew Text by MSS.

Palestine, 294

Dungeon, 385, 395
227, 228, 231, 232, 234, et al.
Corrections Hebrew Text by an-

Dwelling houses of great men used
cient versions only, 232, 241, Dying, an art carried to great per-

for prisons in the East, 384
250, 267, et al.
Corrections Hebrew Text by con-

fection by the ancients, 276
jecture, 238, 241, 243, et al,

270 ,בעלים

287

East wind used to express God's Glosses from Margin into Text,
severe judgments, 315

241, 270, 272
Edom, or Idumæa, 343, 425, 473, Grand ascent from the king's house
475

to the temple at Jerusalem, 396
Egypt invaded and plundered by Gospel dispensation foretold, 238–

Nebuchadnezzar, 225, 404, 241, 363, 436
410 - her numerous cities, 411 Hamam-et, 419
her fall and restoration, 410, Hamath, 429
412 famous for manufactures, Harangues of historians not genuine,
321

443
Egyptians, deceitful allies, 236, Hebrew words derived from Ara-
397, 409 their defeat at Car-

bic, 232, 233, 254, 274, et al.
chemish foretold, 408 their Hebrew slaves entitled to a release

repositories for the dead, 349 after six years, 382
Elam, or Elymais, an ancient king. Hendyadis, 253, 255, 299, 337

dom, 431 distinct from Persia, Heshbon, 416, 422
ib. under Daniel's government, Heifers used for treading out corn,
ib.

435
Elamites, famous archers, ib. Hills made use of for idolatrous
Ellipsis 241, 253, 269, 293, et al.

worship, 241, 434
English Version vulgar, its defects Historical sketch of the times in

its marginal notes sometimes which Jeremiah prophesied, 223

preferable, 227, 284, 293, 477 -226
English Version old, 229, 235, 250, Higher court of the temple, 327
288, 300, 456

Horonaim, a city of Moab, 416
Ethiopians paint their eyes with Huns, their custom of wounding
antimony and soot, 247 fa-

their cheeks on the death of a
mous for long bows, 409

friend or great man, 304
Euphrates, 232, 288, 444 Human sacrifices practised by ido-

latrous Jews, 235, 262, 389
False prophets, 334, 335, 360, 376, Hunting wild beasts with toils, 417

463
Festival, annually at Heliopolis in Hyrcanians subjected by Nebuchad-

honour of the Sun, 404
Figs, three different sorts, 358

Jaazer, a city of Moab, 419, 420
Figures, strong poetical ones, not

lake or sea of, geographical
to be interpreted too strictly,

mistake, 420
324

Jeremiah, his life and character, 221,
Form of ratifying a covenant, 383

222 his style of writing, 226,
Formalities in a Hebrew bargain of

324 vindicated from unmerit-
sale, 387

ed censure, 321, 324
Fullers fields, 375

Jerusalem taken by Nebuchadnez-

zar the first time, 224, 329
Gate Harsith, 317 higher of Ben- taken the second time, 225,331

jamin, 320 middle, or center taken the third time and burnt,
gate of Jerusalem, 398

225, 381, 382, 449, 452 si-
Gaza, 412, 414

tuate in the lot of two tribes,
Gareb and Goatha, 375

320 built upon two hills, 380,
Geruth-Chimham, 402

398 its enlarged plan in fue
Gilead, 326, 436

ture times, 375

nezzar, 345

303, 324

Jews carried captives to Babylon at Marks on the hand, 388

six different times, 452 Messiah called David, 364, 366
Idiom of the passive verbimpersonal Migdol, or Magdolus, in Egypt,

with an accusative after it, 351, 404
357

Milcom, the chief Deity of the
Images, fine assemblages of them, Ammonites, 424, 425
246, 456

Milstones, their noise first heard in
Josephus convicted of mistakes, 330 the morning, 339
332

Minni, the lesser Armenia, 441
Jordan, subject to great inundations, Money anciently paid by weight,
284

386
Isis, or Io, 411

Mourning feasts, 306
Israel sacred to God as the first Mourning women, 270, 324

fruits, 229 the chief of the Mournful outcries over the dead,

nations, 369
Israelites originally designed for Mountains, powerful nations and

husbandmen and shepherds, 372 princes so called, 309
Jubilee, a year of general release, Nazarites, 261, 473
382

Nebo, an idol of the Babylonians,
Judah, called God's mountain, 309

398
Kedar, 231

a general 'name for Nebuchadnezzar, styled the sword
the Arabs descended from Ish-

of Jehovah, 415
mael, 430

Nergal, an idol of the Cuthites, 398
Kedem, one of the divisions of Ara. New names assumed by kings on
bia, 344, 430

mounting the throne, 326, 332
Keepers of fields, 245

New Zelanders, their custom of
Keepers of the door of the temple

cutting themselves on the fore-
at Jerusalem, 451

head in mourning, 304
Kermez, or summer fig, 358

Nitre, or Natrum, of the ancients,
Kidron, the brook, 376

233
Kir-heres, a principal city of Moab, Noph, otherwise Memphis, 232,
419

405

No, otherwise Thebes in Egypt,
Lamentations of Jeremiah, their 411

metricalconstruction, 455 date Numbers of Jews carried to Baby.
and occasion, 455 poetic ex-

lon, 452
cellence, 456
Lamentation of David over Abner,

Oaks, scenes of idolatrous worship,

235
311 over Saul and Jonathan, Oath, a solemn act of religion, 242
324

ancient manner of administering
Lead used in refining silver ancient-

it, 435
ly, 258
Lebanon, 314, 326, 332

Omissions, Heb. Text, 297, 317,
Lions denote great princes and con- Ophir

, gold of – see Uphaz

347, 362, 374, 387, et al.
querors, 231

Ostrich, its unnatural cruelty, 473
Locusts, 442
Luhith, 416

Otaheitean women wound the crown

of their head in mourning, 304
Masoretical readings rejected, 232, cut off their hair on the like

234, 235, 246, 250, et al. occasion, 305

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mea, 427

Overflowing of vitiated bile occa- long after the first publication,
sioned by vexation, 462

413 concerning the Philistines
Painting eyelids, a fashion of East-

and other nations, when deliver-,

ed, 412 when fulfilled, 415
ern Ladies, 247
Pans of coals, see Brasiers

Prophecy by Vision, 288, 342, 368
Paranomasia, 227, 241, 416

misapplied to the miraculous
Parallelism, a mark of versification,

conception of Virgin Mary, 371
ix. its use in correcting and in. Prostitutes, their punishment, 292

terpreting, 242, 246, 255, 276 Proverb of fathers eating sour
Passages cited in N. T. 370, 373

grapes, &c. explained, 372
Pathros, or Thebais, 405

Rains, former and latter, 237
Pelusium, 405

Rabbah of the children of Ammon,
Peninsula of Arabia, 273, 344, 431 420
Period of 70 years captivity ascer- Ramah a city of Benjamin, 370
tained, 340, 341

Rechabites, when they retired into
Petra, or Selah, strong city of Idu-

Jerusalem, 349 their descent

and rules of living, 350
Philadelphia, see Rabbah
Philistines when ravaged by Ne. Reigns of Jehoiakim and Zedekiah

intended for the punishment of
buchadnezzar, 412

the Jews, 448
Phocæans, their oath not to return Reservoirs, see Cisterns
to their own country, 447

Release of Hebrew slaves given and
Phut, 409

recalled, 382
Pillars of brass in Solomon's tem- Return of Jews from Babyfon fore-
ple, 451

told, 340, 433
Pillars, or tall Poles, set up as way- Restoration of Jews under Christ,
marks in the desart, 371

240, 241, 363, 365, 390, 424,
Pit, or Reservoir, at Mizpeh, 401

433
Pomegranates on the brazen pillars, Roll read by Baruch only once, ,
their number, 451

352,- 354
Potter's wheel, 314
Principal scribe of the host, 451 Saba, 256
Princes of Judah, their court, or Sabseans, men of tall stature, 321
Sanhedrim, 347

Sabbatical

year,

382
Prisoners of the land, insolvent Sackcloth, 256

Debtors delivered over to their Sacrifices of the wicked not desired,
Creditors, 469

261
Prisoners of war, their treatment, Samaritan Text, 297, 423
234, 292

Scribes, 265, 347, 387
Prisoners of war, how disposed of Sealing Deeds an ancient mode of

by the Mogul Tartars, 321 authentication, 388
Promise of perpetuity in the lines Selah, see Petra

of David and Levi, 392, 393 Sepulchres of persons of condition
Prophets, an order of men bred in distinct from the Vulgar, 349

şeminaries or' schools, 346 Seraiah sent with the tribute to Ba-
called watchmen, 255

bylon from Zedekiah, 446
Prophecies of Jeremiah, part in Shadow of death, 230, 289

metre and part in prose, 228 Shallecheth, a gate of the temple,
not compiled into a book till/ 396,

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