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Greaves 344

Green 6, 7, 229, 234, 243, 245, Kuster 205
La Roque 136

246,

Griesback 325

Kimchi 14, 122, 290

Grotius 39, 84, 109, 119, 207, 298, Lewis xxxvi

325, 326

Gussetius 50, 242
Habakkuk 226

Hammond 40

207, 228, 243

Heberden xvi. 264

Herodotus 8, 175, 185, 189, 268

Lightfoot 254, 343
Lilienthal 121, 246
Longinus 91

Lowth, Mr. 214, 254, 301, 343

Harmer 11, 26, 27, 30, 38, 42, 45, Lowth, Bishop, frequently

54, 57, 58, 75, 100, 181, 192, Lucan 228

Le Clerc 251, 253,254

Hiller 11

Lucretius 136, 139
Ludolphus 197

Hirtius 54

Homer 22, 27, 34, 36, 142, 180, Macrobius 116

184, 187, 207

Horace 4, 22, 27, 34, 36, 37, 42,

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Lucas Brugensis 303

Lucian 177

Lucilius 36

Jarchi 89

Jerom 9, 119, 122, 175, 199, 213,
239, 331, 339

Maddan 355
Maimonides 35, 263
Manger 94, 117, 122, 136
Marcellus Virgilius 197
Masius xi

Maundrell 26

Mead 203

Mede 50, 135, 303, 304

Menander 93

Michaelis I. D. xxxix. 27, 41, 55,

57, 89, 94, 98, 102, 121, 122,
123, 125, 130, 132, 135, 217,
251, 260

Michaelis I. H. 29, 48
Moerlius 3, 79, 80, 96, 251
Molyneux 198

183, Montfaucon 93. 115, 122
264, Muretus 107

Mercer 182

Merrick 178

Micah 138

Justin Martyr 40

Juvenal xv. 35, 74, 236
Kennicott ix, xxxvii. 3, 7, 57, 84,

94, 132, 133, 157, 169, 239, 395,
Kidder 303, 324

Nahum 172
Nathan R. 263

Newton, Sir Isaac 219

Newton, Bishop 272

Nimrod 175

Noldius 2, 10, 31, 44, 53, 68, 74,
91, 99, 139, 146, 158, 201, 214,
226, 258, 286,

Obadiah 249
Oppian 228

Origin x. 303
Orpheus 3. 192

Stephens, Henr. xxvi
Strabo x. 8, 185, 189

Ovid 51, 141, 142, 169, 184, 210, Symmachus 4, 7, 9, 12, 74, 84, 92,
Owen 157, 303, 325, 330
93, 95, 106, 120, 122, 141, 213'
Pachomias x
Pamphilus xi
Peritsol 12

222, 230, 234, 236
Swift xxxii

Petavius 271

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Shaw 140, 196

Sixtus Quintus x
Sloane 196

Tacitus 66, 180

Tanchum R. 91, 113, 121

Taylor xii, xxvi, xxxviii. 2, 3, 37.
75, 84, 89, 93, 107, 114, 174,
239, 274

Terence 93, 107.

164,

Secker's critical notes on all the Mi-
nor Prophets frequently occurs
Selden 35, 39, 116, 263
Seneca 25, 38, 130

Servius 68, 116, 252

Stephanus de urbibus 1
Stephens, Rob. 96

Wetstein 205, 234, 825
Wheeler frequently

White xi, xii

Wintle 203, 235, 237, 239

Woide xvi, xxxix. 26, 27, 35, 57

62, 76, 117, 119, 124 156, 161,
212, 227, 239, 245, 278
Wolfius 302
Xenophon 9, 187, 228

Sophocles 52

Spencer 21, 29, 37, 38, 39, 75, 109, Zechariah, whether the author of c.
Statius 131

ix-xiv. 303-8
Zephaniah beautiful, 215

Theodotion 9, 18, 93, 74, 104, 120,
130, 177, 213, 222, 234, 288
Theophrastus 268
Thevenot 203

Thuanus 196

Tibullus 51, 72

Tobit 190

Usher 115, 249

Velleius Paterculus 189

Virgil xiv, xv. 9, 10, 19, 22, 34, 45,
53, 57, 72, 74, 81, 110, 124,
129, 176, 186, 192, 193, 200,
209, 211, 221

Vitringa 39, 175, 249, 268, 270,
271, 274, 275, 291, 317
Wesseling 39
Westerhovius 107

Abbreviations in writing Hebrew Concordance xxii

words 3, 14, 34, 57, 121, 277
Achor 70

Additions to the Hebrew text in ó.
19, 27, 78, 130, 168, 198, 260,
268, 270, 348, 358
Adultress, how punished 66
Affixes signify passively 107

in the oblique case repeated
in the nominative 295
Ammonites 18

Angel of the covenant 357
Arabism Aleph for vau 21,
Beth 132
Ashdod 17

Ashes, custom of sitting on 9
Ashkelon 17

Ass, wild 105

Baal, 68, 70

Baalim 69

Baal Peor 112

Baldness in mourning 51, 144

Bashan 28

Bear 131
Beersheba 33

Belial 178

Besor 45

Bethaven 83

Betheden 16

Bethel 27

Beth-Ezel 142

Bozrah 18

Calf, why worshipped 104-
Calneh 41

Cakes, how prepared in the East 99
Camillus, whence derived 116

Caphtor 55

Carmel 15

Caverns 53, 116, 250

Chaffer 197

Chaldeans 228

Cherethites 55, 217

Chiun 39

Cici, a plant so called 11
City Remembrancer 203
Comparison, implied 167

Conjectural criticism xiii. xxxviii,
xxxix

readings Am. iii. 11:
iv. 3, v. * 7. viii. 4, 12. ix. 1.
Hos. i. * 9. v. 7. vii. * 16. viii.

12.

X. * 5, 11, 14. xii. * 4. Mic.
i. * 12. Nah. i. 12. iii. 16. Zeph.
iii. 9. Hab. i. * 12. iii. 7. * 14.
Zech. iv. 12

Corner stone 316
Chus 55

119 Chusites ib.

Darkness, for calamity 37, 166
attends earthquakes 32
David, what meant by this in the
prophets 76

Divinations, by rods or staves 82
Dower, anciently paid by the hus-
band 74

Drop, to drop a word 48

Dust, grief shewn by rolling in it 141
Eagle 144

Earthquake 15, 32, 50
Eastwind 12, 125
Ebn Awi 140
Eder 153

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Horses, not shod anciently 44
Hosts, God of hosts 27

Housetops, places of worship 212
Jakale 140

Jareb 89, 116-

Jezreel 61, 63, 72

Infinitive mood Am. v. 11. Mal. ii. 13
Journey of one day 8
Islands 55, 219,

Judah, feminine Mal, ii. 11
Judge, chief magistrate 19
Ivory, houses of 27
Kir 16, 55

Kirioth 20

Kiss, bestowed on statues 129
Lakes called seas 185

13.

Lots cast for captives 186
Lybia, whence derived 131
Malchom 39
Manuscript, Ambrosian x
Coptic xvi
Manuscripts furnish variations in let-
ters: Jon. iii. 2. Am. iv. 7,
v. 8. vi. 10. vii. 2, viii. 8. ix.
14. Hos. ii. 3. iv. 4, 6, * 8, 18.
v. 3. vi. 4. vii. 1, * 6. viii,*10.
ix. * 2, 8, 12. x. * 10, 14, 15.
xiii. 8. 10, 13, 15. xiv. 1, 3.
Mic. i. 5, 8. ii. 2. iv. 9, * 11.
v. 6, 8, 12. vi. 5, 9, 10, 14.
vii. 5, *
12. Nah. i. * 2. ii. * 3,
*4. iii. 15. Joel i. 20. ii. * 1.
* 12, 23. Zeph. i. 4. ii. 10. iii.
*15. Hab. i. 9, * 15. ii. * 3, * 6.

*

iii. 13. Zech i. 3. ii. * 6. iv. *
9. v. 6. vii. 7, 10. viii. 16.
ix. 16. x. 1, * 12. xii. *7. xiv.
* 5, 10, * 15, * 18. Mal. ii. 5,
14, 15.

+++ The various lections marked
late Doctor Kennico's collations.

In words: Am. ii. 15.


iii. 1. v. 6, 8, 16. vi. 1. vii. * 7.
Hos. ii. 16. iv. * 18. ix. * 6, 9. xii.
* 9. xiii. 4. Mic. i. 5. v. * 6,
7, 12. Joel i. 8, 13. ii. * 20. Zeph.
i. 8. iii. 6. Hab. i. 8. ii. 2. Obad.

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16. Hagg. ii. 2. Zech. ii. 21.
vi. 10. vii. 1,* 3,* 20. xii.

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6, 13. Mal. i. 14. iii. 5. iv. 6.
One мs. omits a clause Am. vi 8.
with ó. Ar.

Memphis 109

Metre, Hebrew xv, xxxvii
Mizpah 86

Moab, 19

Locust 31, 45, 88, 192, 195, 197 Nail 316
and through Joel

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Moloch 39

Lamentation, women skilled in it 36 Mood, the indicative form in Hebrew
used for elegy 33
Lebanon, its wine 137
Leopard 131

verbs has the force of the potential
12, 349
Mountains, gods denominated from
them 112
Mowing 45

Light, for prosperity 37
Lion 24, 182

Naked, its extended signification 140
will serve to illustrate the great importance of the

3 G

Naked, captives made so 66, 185
Nile, eminently The river 50
Nineveh 1, 8, 13, 172, 188, 189
No Ammon 173, 185
Nominative absolute 110
North, applied to Assyria and Baby- Rain 30, 92, 204,

in Egypt 344

lonia 219
Nose-jewel 69
Number,definite for indefinite 91,159
Omer 74

Repentance, on God's part 46, 134,

201

Repetitions Jon. ii, 3. l. 3. Ps. xlii. 7
Am. i. 2. 1. 1, 2. Joel iii. 16.
iv. 13. 1. 4. Mic. i. 3.

Omission in the Hebrew text 128
On, valley of 16
Ophel 153

Ostrich 141

Parallelism, synonymous xiii, xiv, xv
Paran 241

Paronomasia 29, 49, 141, 142, 194,

217

Participle, change from it to the pre-

ter tense 21
Pelican 220
Person, transition from the second to
the third Am. v. 12. Zeph. ii. 3
Philistine, meaning of the word 55
Pits, prisons in the East 313
Plural termination masculine, writ-
ten contractedly 45, 188, 194,
205, 340

omitted, wholly or
partly, at the end of a line 111
Preposition, often omitted in Hebrew

their conduct sometims mo-
rally wrong 1, 11
Punctuation, a different one of the
sentence 31, 35, 104, 107, 1 10
Put 185

7. 28, 167, 244
Preter tense, its form has the force of

the preter pluperfect 11
Pronoun redundant 23

yiii

v. 13. 1. 2. Mic. ii. 3.

ix. 13. l. 4. Joel iii. 18.

repeated in the nominative
case, after being used as an affix Ricinus 11
255, 295

their writings useful vii
the Twelve Minor, obscure

Hos. iv. 10. 1. 1. Mic. vi. 14.

V.

3, l. 3, 4. vi. 10.

v. 5. l. 1. vii. 10,

vi. 4. l. 3, 4. xiii. 3.

viii. 13. l. 3. ix. 9. Jer. xiv. 10,
Mic. iii. 12, Jer. xxvi. 18.

iv, 1, 2, 3. Isai. ii. 2, 3, 4.
iv. 6. 1. ii. Zeph. iii. 19.
Nah. i. 15. l. 1, 2. Isai. lii. 7.

ii. 10. 1. 4. Joel ii. 6.
Joel i. 15. 1. 2, 3. Isai. xiii. 6.
Zeph. ii. 15.1. 1. 2. Isai. xlvii. 8.

iii. 4. 1. 2. Ezek. xxii. 26.
Hab. ii. 13. I. 2, 3. Jer. li. 58.
ii. 14. Isai. xi. 9.

iii. 19. 1. 2, 3. Ps. xviii. 33.
Obad. 1.
Jer. xlix. 14.
2.
3, 4.

15.
16.

Zech. i. 3. l. 3. 4. Mal. iii. 7.
vii. 10. 1. 3, 4. viii. 17.
11. 1. 2. Neh. ix, 29.

Rods, divination by them 82
placed at the end of a sen- Roofs, flat in the east 25
Rooms, upper ones the chief 54

tence 167

V

Prophets why sent to the Hebrews v Samaria 26, 40
authors of the Hebrew Saying, why omitted 91
scriptures v, vi
Sea, eastern and western 202
their writings of divine au- Selah 241
Sepharad 254

thority vi

Septuagint, proofs that its Mss. and
editions should be collated fre
quently occur

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