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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

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Abimelech, 356; Abdon, 385; Ad, 46; Address of Joshua, 292;

Adonibezek, 303; Agriculture, 62; Ambidexters, 320; Amorites, 228; Animals, 74; Annual Atonement, 91; Antiquity of Books, 10; Ark, 90; Articles of Food, 70: Arts, 78; Ash

er, 147 ; Ashteroth, 215, 317, 367 ; Authors of Books, 17. Baal, 315, 317, 367'; Baal-berith, 354; Babylonish' Garment,

193 ; Barak, 322; Benjamin, 263; Beth, 247 ; Blessings and Cursings, 199 ; Briars, 351; Burials, 97 ; Business at the Gate,

447. Camp of Dan, 390; Canaan Divided, 232; Canaanites, 228 ; Car

riage, 419; Character of God, 52; Circumcision, 179; Cities of Priests and Levites, 278; Cities of Refuge, 276; Cities taken and Destroyed, 219; Composition of Books, 18; Conquest of

Canaan, 160, 303; Contradictions, 24 — 32 ; Culprit, 189. Dead Sea, 177 ; Death and Burial, 97 ; Death of Eleazar, 300; Death of Joshua, 300; Deborah and Barak, 322; Dedicated Things, 93: Degeneracy of the People, 312; Delilah, 398; Diseases, 95; Devoted, 186, 220 ; Doctrines, 51 ; Documents,

Domestic Life, 75. Ehud, 318; Elohim, 36 : Elon, 385; Exploits of Samson, 394. Fall of Ai, 195; Fall of Jericho, 183; Farewell Address of Josh

ua, 295; Festivals, 91 ; Foxes of Samson, 407. General Uprising, 221; Geography, 98; Gideon and the Midian

ites, 335; Girgashites, 228; Goad, 65 ; Groves, 317. Hanging on a Tree, 198, 212: Hebron to Caleb, 241 ; Hittites.

229; Hivites, 221 ; Human Nature, 51. Ibzan, 384; Important Words, 36 ; Inheritance of Joshua, 274. Jael, 327; Jair, 365; Jasher, Book of, 218; Jebusites, 228;

Jephthah, 369 ; Jephthah's Vow, 376 ; Jordan, 239; Joshua Dismisses the Two and Half Tribes, 287 ; Joseph's Bones, 302;

Jotham, 357 ; Judah's Portion, 244. Kol-hayainim, 46; Kopher, 50. League with the Gibeonites, 202 ; Levirate_Marriage, 444; Le

vite, 412; Levite and his Concubine, 421 ; Levite's Salary, 415. Malak, 40; Maonites, 369; Micah and the Levite, 412; Months

85 ; Moses' Father-in-law, 306; Moses or Manasseh ? 420. Names of Books, 9; Nasa and Salah, 41 ; Nephesh and Ruah.

36 ; Netsah, 46. Olam, 42; Olive Yards, 71 ; Othniel, 318.

Palm-Tree, 325; Passage of Jordan, 160; Peloni, Meaning of,

449 ; Perizzites, 229; Pestilence, 96 ; Philistines, 405 ; Priest

hood, 92. Qedem, 47. Raisins, 71 ; Rahah, 175; Ram's Horns, 187; Reckoning Time, 84;

Religion, 86; Rewards and Punishments, 55 ; Ruah, 39 ;

Ruth, 437. Sacrifices, 87 ; Salah, 41; Samaritan Pentateuch, 199; Samson,

386 ; Betrayed, 398 ; His Death and Burial, 402 ; Schools, 83 ; Sciences, 81 ; Seasons, 61; Sharp Knives, 181; Shamgar, 318; Sheal, 410; Sheol, 41 ; Shibboleth, 376 ; Shoe taken off, 447; Shoual, 409; Simeon, 268; Social Life, 75; Sons of Belial,

425 ; Story of Ruth, 437 ; Sun and Moon Standing Still, 213. Tabernacle, 89; Theological Doctrines, 51; Tola, 335, 365, Tribes

of Canaan, 226 ; Trees of Palestine, 72; Truth of the Books, 22. Unity of God, 54 ; Uprising, 221. Various Readings, 33; Vineyards, 71; Virgins Seized, 436 ; Vow

of Jephthah, 376. War with the Benjamites, 428 ; Wine that Cheereth God, 358 ;

Wives, how Obtained, 434. Zebulun, 270.

INDEX OF PASSAGES

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21-32.

33–42.

43-47

48-63.

1-10.

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10-18

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1-17..

1_9..

10-24.

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13-15..

1-5..

6-21..

22–27..

1-15

16-26

1-13

14-29

30-35..

1-6...

7-18.

1-10.

11-28...

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10–16.

17-23.

24–31

32–39

40-48.

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15-27
28-43.

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24-28.
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22-40
41-57.
1-18.
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12-28.

29-40.

1–7

8-15.

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9_20.

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21_31

1-13.

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11-31.

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IV.

1-23.

Note.--The foregoing Index embraces only the passages com-
mented on, as they occur in the Bible. The passages illustrated
and explained, in other parts of the work, especially in the intro
ductory chapters, are not given, as they are too numerous to be set
forth in an Index, and will be best understood by a careful read-
ing of the book.

JOSHUA, JUDGES, RUTH, SÁMUEL.

CHAPTER I.

CHARACTER OF THESE BOOKS.

CONTENTS:- Names of the Books; Antiquity; Authors; Truth; Com. position or make up; Style; Various Readings.

The above specification will show, that, in discussing the character of these books, the same particulars will come under review, which we had occasion to notice, in our former volumes, in connection with the preceding books of the Bible.

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These books, Joshua, Judges, Ruth and Samuel, are so named, from the subject or chief actors made promi. nent in them, and not from the authors. For, though Joshua

may

have written the book that bears his name, there is no certain evidence that he did. And assuming that it was named on the same principle as the other books, associated with it, the name could not have been given it for any such reason. The Judges did not write the book that is so named. Ruth did not write the book of Ruth. Samuel may have written a part of the books that bear his name; but, as his death occurred before a great share of the events recorded in them took place, it is evident that they are named from the subject, and not from the author.

The Hebrew names correspond with those in the English version. They are named in the same way, in the Septuagint and Vulgate, except that the books of Samuel are connected with the Kings; and the four are called the First, Second, Third and Fourth book of Kings.

The Hebrews could not name these books, as they were accustomed to name the five books of Moses, that

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