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Bacchides, a general, 113.
Bahurim, a city, 450.
Barzillai, David's friend, 452.
Bathsheba, her history, 440.
Bagoas, the Eunuch, 22.
Bel and the dragon, 50.
Beltshazzar, his short and impious reign,
44....sees a hand-writing on the wall,
45....is slain by Darius, 46.
Benjamites cut off, v. i. 323.
Bethel, God's house, Jacob's dream
Bethlehem, 332....Christ born there, v.
Bethshemosh, v. i. 372.
Bethsura, a city, v. ii. 112.
Bethulia, Judith's city besieged, 19.
Beracha, valley of blessing, (see 84th
psalm) v. i. 507.
Blasphemer stoned, 237.
Book first mentioned in history, 224.
Born again here possible, v. ii. 246.
Bricks, how made in the east, v. i. 185.
Cain born, v. i. 22....kills Abel, 23.
Caleb, 310....takes Hebron, 311.
Canaanites described, 245.
Cassius and Crassus, v. ii. 139.
Cæsar Julius, 139.
Capernaum, a city of Galilee, 244.
Carmel mount, v. i. 498.
Carchemish, v. ii. 8.
Capharsalum, a city, 114.
Cendebeus, a general, 126.
Circumcision instituted, 50.
Civil war in Israel, 428.
Chariots first described, 207, 327.
Cherith, a brook, 495.
Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, 131.
Corban, or the curse among the Jews,
what it was, 305.
Cozbi slain by Phineas, v. i. 272.
Cushan rishathaime, 314.
Crete, now Candia v. ii. 119.
Cyrus, king of Persia, 52.
Dalilah, Samson's treacherous wife, v:
i. 363...sells her husband to his ene-
Dagon described, 364....falls before the
Dan, its idolatry, 317.
Daniel, v. ii. 34....his history, 35, 41, 44,
Darkness, Egyptian, v. i. 200.
Darius Hystaspes, or Ahasuerus, v.ii.
Darius Codomanus, 89.
Darius the Mede, 50.
Darius Nothus, 60.
David, king of Israel....his origin....a-
nointed by Samuel, v. i. 399....introdu-
ced to Saul, 400....slays Goliah, 403
....flies from Saul, 414....spares him
in the cave, 416....goes to Gath, 420
....laments over Saul and Jonathan,
426....takes Jerusalem, 432....defeats
and ruins the Philistines, 433....de-
feats the Syrians, 436....takes Rab-
bah, 441....is guilty of murder and
adultery, 440....makes Solomon king,
and dies, 468... his character.
Deborah, the prophetess, 348....her song
of triumph, 330.
Deluge, 30....abates, 32.
Demetrius, v. ii. 114.
Devil tempts Christ, 236.
Dinah, her fall, v. i. 98.
Doeg slays the Lord's priests, 413.
Dothan, a city, 520.
Doves dung, what is meant by it in
Ebal mount, 296.
Ebedmelech, the black, v. ii. 25.
Ebenezer, stone of help, v. i. 374.
Eclipse at our Saviour's death, v. ii. 414.
Ecbatan, a city of Media, v. i. 558.
Eli judges Israel, v. i. 365....his sons
Elijah, 495....destroys Baal's priests, 497
....prays for rain, 498....taken up to
Eglon, king of Moab, 326.
Ehud delivers Israel, 325.
Elah, valley of, 401.
Elah, king of Israel, 493.
Eldad and Medad prophesy, 241.
Eleazar, brother of Judas, killed, v. ii. Gibeah, its horrid sin, 320....and over-
Elisha succeeds Elijah, 510....divides the
Jordan, 510....curses the wicked chil-
dren, 511....feeds a poor widow, 510
raises up a dead child to life, 515....
causes iron to swim, and dies, 536.
Eliashib, v. ii. 81.
Eleazar, killed by order of Antiochus, Gideon defeats the Midianites, 341.
Gilgal, the circumcision there, 288.
Gilboa, Saul slain there, 425.
Golden calf, account of, 220....reduced
to powder by Moses, and how, 222.
Goliah slain by David, 403.
Gozan in Media, 555.
Elon judges Israel, v. i. 355.
Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist,
v. ii. 217.
Elymas the sorceror, 495.
Esther, queen, her extraordinary history,
Esarhaddon, king of Assyria, v. i. 567.
Esau born, 71....sells his birthright, 72
marries two Canaanitish wives, 76....
loses the blessing, 78.
Ephraimites, their quarrel with Jeph-
Ethbaal, father of Jezebel, king of Si-
Euphrates, river, v. ii. 13.
Eve, her creation and fall, v. i. 18.
Essenes, account of, 172.
Evilmerodach, king of Babylon, v. ii. 44.
Ezra comes to Jerusalem, 65....dedicates
the temple, 66.
Fable of Jotham, the first in history, v.
Fall of man, 19.
Famine in Egypt, 120.
First born slain, v. i. 203.
Flies, plague of, 193.
Food, what allowed, 233.
Foxes, story of Samson's explained,
Gabinius, v. ii. 138.
Gabel, v. i. 556.
Gabriel appears to the Virgin Mary, v.
Gaza, its gates carried off by Samson,
v. i. 363.
Gedaliah, v. ii. 31.
Gehazi, Elisha's servant, 519.
Gibeonites, their fraud, v. i. 297....made
slaves to Israel, 299.
Herod the Great, v. ii. 140....marries
Mariamne, 144....flies into Parthia,
145....goes to Mark Antony, 148....
besieges and takes Jerusalem, 152....
puts Hircanus to death, 159....and his
wife Mariamne, 162....builds Cæsarea
in honour of Augustus, 163....sketch
of Herod's character, 164....account
of his family and successors, 165....
further particulars of his reign, 185....
and miserable end, 188.
Herod Agrippa, smitten of God, 494.
Hezekiah, his good reign, v. i. 562.
High-Priest, his vestments, 230.
Hinnom, the valley of, 551.
Hiram, king of Tyrus, 473.
Hircanus, v. ii. 127.
Holy Ghost, descent of, 461.
Fiery furnace, Nebuchadnezzar's, v. Hophra, king of Eygpt, 25.
Huldah, the prophetess, 6.
Herod Antipas, the murderor of John
the Baptist, 297.
Herodias, some account of her, 296.
Ibzan, judges Israel, v. i. 355.
Isaiah the prophet, 565.
Israelites enslaved by the Egyptians, 168
....their children ordered to be drown-
ed, 169....saved by the midwives, 170
...quit Egypt on Tuesday the 5th of
May, before Christ 1491 years, 205
....cross the Red Sea, 209....their re-
bellion, 240....again at Kadesh, 243
....enslaved by Eglon, 325....and by
Jabin, 329....by Midian, and are deli-
vered by Gideon, 341...and by Jeph-
thah, 351....chuse a king, 375....de-
feated at Aphek, 422....finally led
away captive and dispersed, 554.
Isaac born, 59....offered to God, 64....
marries Rebekah, 70 ...travels to Ge-
rar, 73....and to Beersheba, 75....
blesses his two sons.
Ishmael born, 49.
Ishbosheth, Saul's son, king, 431.
Jabin, king of Canaan, v. i. 327.
Jacob born, 71....obtains the birthright,
72....deceives his father, 77....flies to
Padan-aram, 81....his dream at Beth-
el, 82....marries Leah, 85....and Ra-
chel, 86-his prosperity, 88-depen-
dance on providence, 89-leaves La-
ban, 90-wrestles with an augel, 96-
meets Esau, 97-puts away his fami-
ly's idols, 101-visits his father Isaac,
102-sends his sons to Egypt for
corn, 120-goes to meet Joseph, 132
-blesses his sons and dies, aged 138
Jaddua, High-Priest, v. ii. 89.
Jair judges Israel, v. i. 348.
Jamnia, a city, v. ii. 110.
Jason, High-Priest, 93.
Jebus, since called Jerusalem, v. i. 310.
Jehoiada, High-Priest, 533.
Jehu, the prophet, 492.
Jehu, king of Israel, 499-cuts off A.
hab's family, 528.
Jehosaphat, king of Judah, 500.
Jehoahaz, king of Judah, 527. v, ii. 11.
Jehorama, king of Judah, slain by Jehu,
v. i. 557, 559.
Jehoiakim, king of Judah, v. ii. 528.
Jerusalem, its king slain, 118-taken by
David, v. i. 432.
Jeremiah the prophet, v. ii. 9.
Jephthah, v. i. 349-judges and delivers
Israel, 351-his rash yow, 352.
Jericho, city of Palm-trees taken, 325.
Jeroboam I. 481-rebels against Reho-
boam, 484-sets up the golden calves,
Jeroboam, his reign in Israel, 512.
Jethro, prince of Midian, 174-his visit
and advice to Moses, 217.
Jezebel, 492-married to Ahab, 494—
her miserable end, 529.
Judah, his marriage, 109—his folly with
Tamar, 110-his generosity in Egypt,
Judah, tribe of, ordered against the Ca-
Judas Maccabeus, his history, v. ii. 107.
Judith, her history, 99-slays Holofer-
Joab, David's general, his history, v. i.
Joakim, v. ii. 23.
Job, his supposed country, v. i. 151—
time when he lived, 153-his riches,
153-and misfortunes, 155-rebuked
by his friends, 161-his restoration,
164-reflections on his history, 165,
Joseph of Arimathea, v. ii. 419.
Joseph, his dreams, v. i. 105—-sold into
Egypt, 113, 114-thrown into prison,
115-interprets the butler and baker's
dream, 116-called before Pharaoh,
118-made lord over Egypt, 119-sees
his brethren come for corn, 121-
makes himself known to them, 130
-sends for and meets his father, 133
and dies in Egypt, aged 110 years.
Jonathan, Saul's son, 392.
Jonah prophesies at Nineveh, 540-
swallowed by a fish, 541-his discon-
Jotham, king of Judah, 549.
Joppa, city of, now Jaffa, v. ii. 120.
Jonathan, one of the Maccabees, 109,
Josiah, his pious reign, 4.
Joshua, takes the command over Israel,
v. i. 282-passes the Jordan, 287-
takes Jericho, 291-slays five kings,
299-defeats the united Canaanites,
301-divides the promised land, 303
and dies, aged 110 years, 306.
Jesus Christ the Saviour of the world,
born at Bethlehem, v. ii. 222-cir-
cumcised on the 8th day, 225-escapes
Herod's cruelty, 227-is carried into
Egypt, 228-dwells at Nazareth, 229
disputes in the temple at twelve years
of age, 230-lives with his supposed
parents till 30 years of age, 231-state
of Judea at that time, 232, 233-be-
gins his mission, 236-is acknowledg
ed by the baptist as the Messiah, 237
led into the wilderness to be tempted,
238-turns water into wine, 244-
drives the buyers and sellers out of the
temple, 245-foretells his own resur-
rection, 245-confers with Nicode-
mus on the nature of regeneration,
246-is followed by many disciples,
247-goes into Galilee, 250-confers
with the woman of Samaria, 251-
leaves Nazareth and goes to Caperna-
um, 253-the miraculous draught of
fishes, 254-cures the diseased, 254
-confessed by the devils, 255-ap-
peases a great storm, 256-cures two
possessed with devils, 257-cures a
lame man on the sabbath-day, 259-
calls Matthew the publican, 260-
cures Jairus' daughter, 261-restores
sight to the blind, 263-explains the
true nature of the Sabbath-day, 269—
restores a poor man's right hand, 272
numbers his twelve apostles, 275-
instructs them in their duties, 276-
preaches his sermon on the Mount,
277, 281-heals the centurion's ser-
vant, 283-raises the widow's son to
life, 284-dines with Simon the pha-
risee, 287-accused of dealing with
the devil, 289-speaks many parables,
290, 293-is driven out of Nazareth,
295-feeds five thousand miraculous-
ly, 298-explains what is the bread of
life, 302-goes to Tyre and Sidon,
306-casts a devil out of a child, 307
-returns to Galilee, and cures one
deaf and dumb, 308-again feeds 4000
miraculously, 309-predicts his own
death, 316-is transfigured on Mount
Tabor, 311-pays the tribute at Ca-
pernaum, 318-cures ten lepers, 322
comes to Jerusalem, 322-and cures a
blind man, 327-sends out 70 disci-
ples, 330-his parable of the good Sa-
maritan, 332-cures an infirm woman,
337-heals a man of the dropsy, 338
goes up to Jerusalem to the feast of
dedication, 339-the parable of La-
zarus and the rich glutton, 343-ex-
plains the true nature and causes of
divorce, 342-the parable of the Pha-
risee and publican, 344-blesses the
young children,345-Martha and Ma-
ry invite him to Bethany, 350-he
raises Lazarus from the dead, 350-
foretells his own crucifixion, 351-
restores Bartimeus to sight, 353-Ma-
ry anoints him at Bethany, 355-he
enters Jerusalem in triumph, 357-
certain Greeks visit him, 359-he cur-
ses the barren fig-tree, 360-reproves
the Pharisees, 362-foretells the de-
struction of the Jews, 362-his wise
answers to them, 364-confutes the
Sadducees, 365-cautions his disci-
ples against hypocrisy, 366-his para-
ble of the ten virgins, 367-Judas sells
him to the Jewish Sanhedrim, 370-
eats the paschal lamb with bis disci-
ples, and institutes the sacrament of
the Lord's supper, washes his dis-
ciples feet, 371-warns Judas to be-
ware, 375-his dreadful agony in the
garden, 383-he is betrayed by Judas,
386-carried before Annas and Caia-
phas, 388-is condemned by the San-
hedrim, 392-denied by Peter, 394-
taken before Pontius Pilate, 395—
sent by him to Herod Antipas, 400—
is most unjustly condemned by Pilate,
403-is mocked, scourged, and crown-
ed with thorns, 404-foretells the de-
struction of Jerusalem, 406-is cruci-
fied on mount Calvary, 407-earth-
quake and darkness at his death, 413,
414-expires about three in the after-
noon, and buried the same evening,
416-his resurrection, 422-appears
to Thomas, 433-his ascension, 439
his parables, 446-and discourses,447.
John the baptist flies from Herod to the
wilderness, v. ii. 233-his mode of liv-
ing and preaching there, 234-bears
witness to Jesus, 249-is imprisoned
by Herod, 250---and beheaded by him,
John St. the divine, 212---his writings,
sufferings, and death, 213, 214.
Judas betrays Christ, 370---repents and
hangs himself, 396.
Karaites, a sect among the Jews, 169..
Keilah, a town of Judah, 413.
Kerharsarah taken, 513.
Korah Dathan and Abiram, v. i. 249,
Lacedemonians, v. ii. 124.
Lachish, a city of Judah---Joash killed
there, v. i. 538.
Lepers four at Samaria, 523.
Libnah, a city, 527.
Lions among the Samaritans, 560.
Locusts, account of, 198.
Lot leaves Chaldea, 40---quits Abram,
Manoah visited by an angel, v. i. 357.
Menelaus, High-priest, v. ii. 94.
Manasseh, his impious reign, v. i. 571,
572---his repentance and death, 572.
Manna, particular account of, 213.
Mannasses, High-priest, v. ii. 90.
March of Israel, its order, v. i. 299.
Marah, bitter waters at, 212.
Matrimony, laws of, 234.
Mattathias, father of the Maccabees, v.
ii. 104---slays an idolatrous Jew, 107
---reestablishes the law, 108.
Mattathias chosen in place of Judas,
Malachi, last of the prophets, 85 to 287. Mark, St. his preaching, writings, and
Mark Antony the triumvir, 144.
Media, cities of, v. i. 555.
Menahem,an usurper, 550---takes Tiph-
200---his song of triumph after pass.
ing through the Red Sea, 211--strikes
the rock in Horeb, 215---goes up to
Mount Sinai, 217--receives the law
from God, 225---sends ambassadors
to Edom, 257---defeats the Amorites,
261---his charge to Israel, 277---and
Mount Zion, 572.
Mephibosheth, Saul's grandson, 437.
Meroz cursed by Deborah, 430.
Megiddo, valley of, v. ii. 9.
Merodach Baladan, king of Babylon, v.
Micah establishes idolatry, 315---robbed
of his gods, 318.
Micaiah, a prophet, 505.
Michal, Saul's daughter, 406.
Midianites defeated, 341.
Mithridates, the great king of Pontus,
Miriam, instrumental in saving Moses,
171.--her ingratitude and punishment,
243---her death, 255.
Mizpeh, the ark there, 373, 376.
Moab descended from Lot's daughter,
57---enslaves Israel, 488---Israel, 325.
Mordecai, his history, v. ii. 54.
Moses born, v. i. 170---cast into the riv-
er, 170-slays an Egyptian, 172.-
flies to Midian, 173---marries Jethro's
daughter and keeps his flock, 175...
God appears to him at Horeb, 176...
is sent to deliver Israel, 180---rudely
treated by Pharaoh, 184---smites E-
gypt with ten terrible plagues, 190 to
Matthew, St. account of him, v. ii. 204.
and of his gospel, 205.
Naaman the Syrian, a leper, v. i. 517.
Nabal, his history, 417.
Naboth murdered by Ahab and Jezebel,