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Shaving the head and beard custo- / Third entrance into the house of

mary in mourning, 262, 305, Jehovah, 396
401, 414, 422

Threshing with a drag, 443
Sheshach, 345, 444

Topheth, 262, 319
Shiloh, 259, 346, 401

Tower of Hananeel, 375
Shushan, capital of Susiana, 432 Transpositions Hebrew Text, 238,
Sibmah, famous for its wines, 420

248, 258, 274, et al.
Sihor, a name of the Nile, 232 Travellers lodge, 268
Silence expressive of affliction, 414, Treasures taken out of David's se-
462

pulchre, 263
Silence a mark of depopulation, Tribute sent to Babylon, 446
445

Tseboa, a variegated ravenous bird,
Singular verb or adjective used with 285

a plural substantive, 245, 326, Type of the Potter, 313 of break-
422, 434

ing a potter's vessel, 317 of
Singular nouns with a plural sense, good and bad figs, 358 of
367

bands and yokes, 376
Sitting a posture of humiliation, Tyre, siege of, 410, 412
290, 417

Tyrian purple, 376
Sitting or lying in ashes customary Valley of Hinnom, 233, 262, 318,
in affliction, 257

375 Jehoshaphat, 317

be-
Smiting on the thigh an indication

tween Gaza and Askelon, 414
of
sorrow, 371

Variation of the same names, 379,
Spices burnt at the interment of
Jewish princes, 381

398, 403

Verbs used indefinitely or imper-
Sodom, its punishment less than
that of Jerusalem, 473

sonally, 238, 264, 271, 351,

357, 422, 442, 458, 460
Sorek, vine of, 233

Verses wrongly divided, 233, 266,
Tabor mount, 410

271, 369, 419, 427, 433, et al.
Tahpanhes, or Daphnæ Pelusiacæ, Version of the LXX, its use, 231,
232, 403, 405

232, 235, 247, 270, 279, et al.
Talmud Jerusalem, 246, 378 Ba-

MS. Pachom. xi, 228, 233, 271,
bylon, 246, 279, 400

339, 377, 378, 380, et al.
Targum Jonathan, see Chald. Pa- Version Syriac, 235, 242, 275,280,
raphrase

296, 310, et al.
Tear called the daughter of the Vulgate, 241, 250, 259, 280, et al.

Vineyards not free for the planter's
Tekoa, 252

use till the 5th
Temple at Jerusalem, kept like a Voice low like an enchanter's, 411

Ulai river, 431
military garrison, 319
Temple of the sun'at Heliopolis

, Vows of women when not binding,

406
404
Terebinthus, its healing resin, 268 Vphaz, gold of, 275
Terror, a line strung with feathers, Uz, land of, 343
425

Wilderness, why called a pit, 230
Thebais, see Pathros"

Wild beasts forced out of their
Thebes in Egypt, called Diospolis, thickets by the inundations of

Jordan, 285, 428

eye, 464

year, 369

see No

Wild asses, extremely sharp sight. N and y mistaken 281, 403, 461
ed, 295

2 and a mistaken 314, 315
Wind scorching and malignant in a and mistaken 374, 391, 440

the desart of Arabia, 243, 292, 122, adeorežice 254
336, 477

nina, strong holds 309
Wines require to be kept on their 7 and 7 mistaken 295, 317, 345,
lees, 416

375, 400, 421
Winter fig, 358

, , ,
Witnesses anciently did not 'sub-ronna 284, 328

scribe their names to deeds, 387; and mistaken. 253, 289, 299,
Women celebrated public rejoicings

307, &c.
with music and dancing, 368 1 and y mistaken 366
Women sometimes denote weak and x017, punishment for sin 471

effeminate persons, 465 lost 238, 291, 325, &c.

437 ,368 ,255 ,254 הרגיע

468 כבש as כפש Words wrongly joined or divided

in Heb. Text, 232, 246, 253, 293 for 73 458
257, 258, et al.

14 After this 307, 366, 389, 417,
Words improperly connected, 236, 445

255, 281, 294, 303, 309, et al. (7277 244, 269, 289
Year of Release, 382

plur. termination omitted 328,
Zedekiah tried and condemned as a

392, 472
traitor, 399

by followed by a verb in the pre-

ter 366

, , ,
465, 469, 470, 472

799 punishment 440, 475
, .

O, ,
N and 77 changed 241, 246, 265, 1783 3145 272, 344, 423

318, 338, 395 411, 426, 435, unaw 310
450, 473

344
343 ערב ,464 ,459,460,461 יהוה for אדני
470 עצבים

384 איה for איו

.414 ,343 ,231 איים and אי
287 ,262 ,244 שפים or פשים

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INDEX OF TEXTS IN APPENDIX.

481

Gen. xxviii. 16

xlvii. 22
Exod. ii. 14

ix. 19
xv. 20
xxiii. 16
xxxi. 16

xxxii. 19
Lev. xxiii. 34

xxvi. 44
Num. xiv. 24

xvi. 14
xxii. 5
xxviii. 15, 24
xxxi. 49

xxxii. 26
Deut. i. 12

iv. 31
xviii. 3
xxi. 17
xxxii. 34

39
xxxiii. 20
am Sam. xv. 32

Xxv. 2

Xxx. 16
2 Sam. vi. 14

vii. 28
1 Kings i. 14

xxi. 19
2 Kings xxiii. 29

xxiv, 7

17

xxv. 8
2 Chron. xxix. 27

481 | Job i. 14
495

iv. 9

xiv. 17
.

482

ib.
480
492
489
492
480
492
486
495
497
495
491
493
501
492

ib.
482
492
485
492
482
489
481

ib,
499
498

ib.
493
491
482

ib.
480
482
486
500
482
480
487
482
483
480
494

xxxiv. 6
xxxvi. 10

19
Ezra iii. 3, 6, 8

10
Neh. vi. 10

ix. 7

11
492 Psalms vi. 4
498

ix. 6
480

xii. 4
492

xxx. 11

li. 4
490

lxxiv. 7
497

lxxviii. 9
486

lxxxix. 39
479

cix. 13
499

cxxxvii. 8
480

cxliv. 2
494

cxlix. 3
496

cl. 4
489 Prov. xiii. 11
497

xvi. 1
493

xix. 27
ib.

xxiii. 15
480

Eccles. xi. 3
483
479 Isaiah i. 14,

ii. 6
481
498

xvi. 4
492

6-11
492

14
432

xxvii. 13
481

Xxxviii. 16
492

xli. 4
495

xliii. 10, 13
ib.
492

xlviii. 12
494

1.1
482

lii. 6
493

lvi. 11
491

Iviii. 7
494

lxv. 1
ib.

10
482

17
490

Jer. i. 3
482

X. 31

18, 19

li. 20

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Jer. i. 10

ii. 2
jii. 24
iv. 5

6
v. 5

12

31
vi. 1
viii. 12
X. 21
xii. 2

6
xiy, 10

13

22
xviii. 9

9,10
xix. 13
xx. 2
xxiii. 3

ng
Xxv. 12
xxvii. 18
xxviii. 15
Xxx. 14

21
xxxi. 31
xxxii. 36
xxxiii. 1
xxxvii. 1
xxxviii. 17
xxxix. 8

15
xl. 1
xlii. 17
xliii, 3

9,10
xliv. 22

489 , Jer, xliv. 30
498 xlvi. 1
485

2
479

26
482 xlviii. 46
481

xlix. 11
ib.

20
486

1. 28
491

44-46
493

li. 11
480

lii. 12
491 Ezek. xiii. 3
481

xvii. 13
482

xxi. 27
481

xxii. 20-22
482

xxvi. 6
491 xxxi. 15
481 xxxiv. 14
483

xxxvi. 22
487

Dan. i. 1
483
480
Hosea. ii. 2-5

ix. 19
494
489 | Amos ii, 13
481

iv. 5
486 viii. 13
497 Jonah iv. 8
480

Micah vi. 8
493

16
490
491 Hab. i. 13
487 Hag. i. 5
494 1 Mac. vii. 19
490

Mat. xviii, 20
492

xxiv. 1
496
495

Mark xiii. 1, 2
496 i Cor. iv. 8
489

489
482
493
453
493
500
483
480
497

486
485

489
482, 486

500

ib.
484

500
483
495
480
483

483

480

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524 INDEX OF AUTHORS CITED IN APPENDIX. Green 490

Meibomius 489 Grotius 488, 491, 493, 495, 498, Michaelis 494 500

Mudge 482 Harmer 490

Noldius 483, 485, 498 Herodotus 497, 500

Pietro della Valle 490 Horace 492

Pliny 479 Jarchi 499

Ptolemy 498 Josephus 488, 495, 496, 498 Secker 479 Isaac 480

Seneca 501 Kalinsky 484

Schultens 482 Kennicott 485, 487, 488, 489

Strabo 495 Kimchi 494, 499

Syrus 489 Le Clerc 485

Theodoret 491 L'Empereur 483

Theognis 485 Lowth, Mr 480, 485, 492, 498, Thucydides 500 501

Vignoles 495, 497, 500 Megasthenes 495

NEW AMENDMENTS SUGGESTED, viz.

482 הוא

Ch, ii. 12 v. 12

31 vi. 2 ix. 5

24 X. 6 xi. 13

15 xii. 14 xiii. 9 xvi. 5 xvii. 13 XX. 8 xxxvi. 17, 18 xxxii. 7, 8 xxxiii. 3

6

9 xxxviii. 10

23 xl. 5 xli. 9 xliv. 14 xlviii. 18 xlvii. 34

35

479
1. 11

499 482 li. 64

500 ib. ib. 138 its force 481 484 ib. ib. Sun constantly femin. and moon 485 masc. in old Northern languages

ib. 483 486 Jeconiaḥ held in great esteem by

ib. the Jews 488 487 | Laws and institutions of the Naba

ib. thæans and Saracens 490 488 Probable motive of Jonadab's charge 490 to the Rechabites 490 493 Noblest Arabians dwell always in ib. tents 496 ib. Why Gr. Authors mention no conib.

quest of Egypt by the Babylo. 494 nians 495 ib. Prophecies of the perpetuity of the ib. Jewish nation a proof of their 495 divine inspiration. 497 496 ATHBASH, what 499 498 Persians commonly called Medes ib.

500 ib.

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FINIS.

J. BITCHIE, EDIN.

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