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" Daniel did also declare the meaning of the stone to the king ; but I do not think proper to relate it, since I have only undertaken to describe things past or things present, but not things that are future ; yet if any one be so very desirous of knowing... "
The works of Flavius Josephus. To which are added, 3 dissertations. Tr. by W ... - Page 77
by Flavius Josephus - 1814
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Works: To which are Added Three Dissertations Concerning Jesus Christ, John ...

Flavius Josephus - 1860 - 879 pages
...silver, and of brass." Daniel did also declare the meaning of the stone to the king;* but 1 do not thing proper to relate it, since I have only undertaken to describe things post or things present, but not things that are future; yet if any one be so very desirous of knowing...
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Seven Answers to the Seven Essays and Reviews, Page 5

John Nash Griffin - 1862 - 312 pages
...work of Daniel, speaks of him as a prophet, and says it is to be found among the sacred writings. " If any one be so very desirous of knowing truth as not to waive such points of curiosity, and cannot curb his inclination for understanding the uncertainties...
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“An” Introduction to the Old Testament: Critical, Historical, and ..., Volume 3

Samuel Davidson - 1863
...his Antiquities (x. 10, 4) — " Daniel did also declare the meaning of the stone to the king ; but I do not think proper to relate it, since I have only...or things present, but not things that are future" — shew that he regarded the fourth as the Roman empire, and expected its destruetion by the kingdom...
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Daniel; or, The apocalypse of the Old Testament, with an intr. by R. Williams

Philip Charles Soulbieu DESPREZ - 1865 - 296 pages
...stone of Dan. ii. " Daniel also declared the meaning of the stone unto the king ; but I do not think it proper to relate it, since I have only undertaken to describe things past or things which have been (lately) done — TO iropeAflbcro Kal ra ytytrfifjifva. — but not the things that...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus

Flavius Josephus - 1871 - 879 pages
...of silver, and of brass." Daniel did also declare tlie meaning of the stone to the king ; • but I do not think proper to relate it, since I have only undertaken to describe things past or tilings present, but not things that are future ; yet if any one be so vtry desirous of knowing truth,...
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Palestine: Its Holy Sites and Sacred Story

John Tillotson - 1871 - 428 pages
...did also declare the meaning of the stone to the king ; but I do not think proper to relate it .... yet, if any one be so very desirous of knowing truth, as not to waive such points of curiosity, and cannot curb his inclination for understanding the uncertainties...
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The New Testament commentary for schools, ed. by C.J. Ellicott

Charles John Ellicott (bp. of Gloucester) - 1879
...but this I do not think proper to relate, as I have undertaken to describe things past and present, not things that are future. Yet if any one be so very desirous of knowing truth as not to waive such curious points, and cannot refrain his desire to understand the uncertain future, and whether...
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The Theocratic Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus, the Christ, as Covenanted in the ...

George Nathaniel Henry Peters - 1884 - 694 pages
...avoid giving offence, says : " Daniel did aluo declare the meaning of the Stone to the king ; but I do not think proper to relate it, since I have only...or things present, but not things that are future." Compare for Jewish idea Prayer 12 of the Nineteen Prayers, Home's Introd., vol. 2, p. 107 ; for the...
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A New Testament commentary for English readers, by various writers ..., Volume 3

Charles John Ellicott (bp. of Gloucester) - 1884
...but this I do not think proper to relate, as I have undertaken to describe things past and present, not things that are future. Yet if any one be so very desirous of knowing truth as not to waive such curious points, and cannot refrain his desire to understand the uncertain f titure.and whether...
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The Works of Josephus: With a Life Written by Himself, Volume 2

Flavius Josephus - 1889
...probably not safe for him to explain, describe things past or things present, but not things that arc future ; yet if any one be so very desirous of knowing truth as not to waive such points of curiosity, and cannot curb his inclination for understanding the uncertainties...
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