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It are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as et; but receive power as kings one hour with the eaft.

13. These have one mind, and shall give their ower and strength unto the beast.

14. These thall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb thall overome them : for he is Lord of lords, and King of ings; and

they that are with him, are called, ad chosen, and faithful. 15. And he faith unto me, he " waters which thou saweft, where the, whore fitth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and ngues. 16. And the ten horns, which thou fawest up2 the beast, these shall hate the whore, and thall

: ake her defolate, and I naked, and shall eat her fieth,

ad em - :: Zech. 1. 18, 19, 20, 21.

surely the least of the Flock shall hen lift I up mine Eyes, and saw, draw them out: furely he thall id behold four Horns.

And I said make their Habitation defolate to the Angel that talked with with them. .:: Rev. 14 4. -Thefe e, What be thefe ? And he an- s are they which follow the Lamb vered mé, There are the Horns whithersoever he goeth : these hich have scattered Judah, Ifrael, were redeemed from among Men, beo dJerusalem. And the Lording the first Fruit's unto God, and ewed me four Carpenters. Then to the Lamb. : Rev. 199. 14. The id I, What come these to do ? 10 Armies which were in Heaven nd he spake, saying, These are followed him upon white Hortes, e Horn's which have scattered fu- clothed in fine Linen, white and ih, so that no Man did lift


clean. s Head': but there are come to 15. n † Ifa. 8. 7. Behold, the ay them, to cast out the Horns of is Lord bringeth up upon them che le Gentiles, which lift up their Waters of the River, strong and irn over the Land of Judah to,

many, even the King of Allyria, atter it. I Rev. 13. 1. The and all his Glory.-- : Ver. 1. Jords under Ver. 9.

Rev. 13. 7. -Power was 14.*: Rev. 19. 19. See on zo given him over all Kindreds, and :

Tongaes, and Nations.
I Tim. 6.

16. P Jer: so. 41. Behold, a 5. Rev. 19. 16. See on A&ts People fali come from the North, 0.36.

and a great Nation, and many King's m. :: Jer. 50.,44, 45. Behold, he shall be raised up from the Coalts iall come up like a Lion from of the Earth. :: Rev. 16. 12. [The e Swelling of Jordan, unto the Warer of Euphrates was dried up] Jabitation of the Strong: but I That the Way of the Kings of the vill make them suddenly run a- Eaft might be prepared. way from her; and who is a cho- 9: Ezek. 16. 38, c. to 44 I en Man that I may appoint over 3will judge thee as Women that En

° er. Therefore hear ye the break Wedlock, and med Blood, Counsel of the Lord that he hath are judged.

And I will give aken against Babylon, and his thee into their Hand, and they urposes that he hath purposed

shall throw do yn thine eminent Place, gainst the Land of the Chaldeans: 35



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ev, 16.14

+ Deut. jo. 17.




and burn her with fire. 17. For God hath put in serie their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give for, their kingdom unto the beast,'* until the words of God shall be fulfilled. 18. And the woman which thou fame can eft, is that great city, which w reigneth over the king la.. of the earth.


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ND : after these things I saw another angel come

down from heaven, having great power; and the te earth was lightned with his glory. 2. And he cried a mightily with a strong voice, saying, " Babylon the great in is fallen, is fallen, and is a become the habitation of deo : 0 vils, ad the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird. 3. For all nations

have. and fhall break down thy high 2. Ifa. 21. 9. Jer. 31. 8. Places: they ihall strip theç allo See on Rev. 14. 8. of thy Clothes, and shall take thy 44 Ifa. 13. 21. Wild Beasts of fair Jewels, and leave thee naked the Desert shall lie there, and their and bare, &c. :: Rev. 18. 16. s Houses shall be full of doleful P + Rev. 18.8.

Creatures, and Owls Thall dwell 17. 2 Thes. 2. 10, II.

there, and Satyrs Ihall dance chere. [Whose coming is] with all de † Ifa. 34. 14. The wild Beasts of 10 ceivableness of Unrighteousness, the Desert shall also meet with the in them that perish ; because they so wild Beasts of the Island, and the received not the Love of the Satyr shall cry to his fellow,

che Truth, that they might be saved. Shrichowl allo sball rest chere, and And for this Cause God shall send find for her self a Place of reft. them ftrong Delusion, that they + Jer. 50.39. The wild Beasts of the should believe a lie.


Desert, with the wild Beasts of ri: Rev. 10.7. In the Days of the Islands shall dwell chere, and the Voice of the feventh Angel, the Owls shall dwell therein.when he fhall begin to sound, the t Jer. 91.37. Babylon shall become Mystery of God should be finished, Heaps, a Dwelling-place for Dn: he hách diclared to his Servants

gons, an astonishment and an hilthe Prophets.

sing without an Inhabitant. 18. s | Rev. 16. 19. Seç on Rev. * Ifa. 34. 11. The Cormorat

and the Bittern shall possess ic, che u : Rev. 12.4. His Tail drew Owl also, and the Raven shall dwell the third part of the Stars of Hedegs in it, and he ihall stretch out up; Vin; and did cast them to the on iç the Line of Confusion, and Larth.am

the Stones of emptiness

. : Mar. CHA P. XVIII.

S: 2, 3. There met him our of the 2 :: Rev. 17. 1.

Tombs, 2 Man with an uncleas Ezek. 43. 2. Behold, the Glory zo Spirit,' who had his dwelling cf the God of Israel came from


mong the Tombs, and no Man the East: and his Voice was like could bind him, no not with the noise of many Waters, and the Chains. tarth ined with his Glory.




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lave f drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornicaion, and the kings of the earth have committed forniation with her, and the 3 merchants of the earth are vaxed rich through the * abundance [Or, power] of her lelicacies. 4. And I heard another voice from heaven, aying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her fins, and that ye receive not of her plagues : s. For her fins have reached unto heaven, ind God hath * remembred her iniquities. 6. ' Reward ier even as she rewarded you, and double unto her doule according to her works : in the m cup which the lath filled, fill to her double. 7. How much the hath

glorified' her selt, and lived, deliciously, so much tornent and sorrow give her: for the faith in her heart,

sit a queen, and am no widow, and shall see no forow. 8. Therefore thall her plagues come p in one day,

death, 3. f Rev. 14. 8. See on Rey. do unto her.

+ 2 Tim. 4. 14: 7.2.

Alexander the Copper-smith did 8 ; Ver. 11, 19.

me much evil : the Lord reward 4. ht Isa. 48. 20. Ifa. 52. 11. him according to his Works

.: Rev. Jer. 50. 8. Jer. 51.6, 45. See 513. 10. He that leaderh into Capti

vity, shall go into Captivity: He s. i Gen. 18. 20. The Lord said, that killeth with the Sword, must be

i Secause the Cry of Sodom and Go- killed with the Sword. norrah is great, and because their m :: Rev. 16. 19.' See on Rev. in is very grievous. : Jer. 31. 1014.10. . We would have healed Baby• 7." : Ezek. 28.2,&c.Son of Man, on, but the is not healed, - her say unto the Prince of Tyrus, udgment reacheth unto Heaven, and Thus faith the Lord God, Becaufe s lifted up even to the skies. Jon. thine Heart is lifted up, and thou • 2. Arise, go to Nineveh that 15 haft said that I am God, I fit in zreat City, and cry against it ; the Seat of God, in the midst of or their Wickedness is come up be- the Seas; yet thou are a Man and

not God, though thou set thine t Rev. 16. 19. -Great Baby. Heart as the Heart of God,&c.

came in remembrance before ac o * Ifa. 47.7, S. Thou saidst, I God, to give unto her the Cup of shall be a Lady for ever : fo that he Wine of the Fierceness of his thou did it not lay these things to Wrath.

thy Heart, neither didft remem6. t Pfal. 137. 8. O Daughter ber the latter end of it. Therefore

' of Babylon, who art to be destroy; 25 hear now this, thou that art given :d: happy shall he be that reward- to Pleasures, that dwellest carelerth thee as thou haft served us. ly, that sayst in thine Heart, I am, Jer. 50. 15, 29; -- Take Venge- and none else besides me, I shali ance upon her (Babylon) as The nor sit as a Widow, neither shall i Sath done, do unto her. --- Recom.zoknow the Loss of Children. ence her according to her Work ; 8. p : Ver. 10. ccording to all that she hath done,


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Isa. 47.9.

death, and mourning, and famine ; and she shall be ut. terly. 9 burnt with fire: for " strong is the Lord God who judgeth' her. 2. And the kings of the earth, who have cominitted fornication, and lived deliciously with her, thall bewail her, and lament for her, when they Thall see the a finoke of her burning, io. Standing afar off

, for the fear of her torment, Taying, Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city : for • ja one hour is thy judgment come. 11. And the è mer. chants of the earth thall weep and mourn over her, for no man buyeth her merchandise any more: e merchandise of gold, and silver, and precious stores, and of pearls, and fine linen, and purple, and filk, and scarlet, and all * thyine [Or, (wcet] wood, and all man. ner vessels of ivory, and all manier vessels of most precious" wood, and of brass, and iron, and marble, 13. And cinnamon, and odours; and ointments, and 'fraikincense; and wine, and oyl, and fine flour, and wheat, and beafts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and * laves


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These two things shall come to they shall take up a Lamentation thee in a Moment in one Day, the for thee, and say to thee, How art Loss of Children and Widowhood; thou destroyed that waft inhabited they Thall come upon thee in their of Sea-faring Men, the renowned Perfection, for the Multitude of 5 City which walt strong in ëhe Sea, thy Sorceries.

she and her Inhabitants, which 9. Rev. 17, 16,

cause their terror to be on all that Jer. 50.-34. Their Redeemer haunt it. + Rev. 17.2, + Ver. ;, is ftrong, the Lord of Hofts is his !". Jer. 50. 46. At the Noise Name, he shall throughly plead 10 of the taking of Babylon the Earth their Caufe, that he may give rest is moved, and the Cry is beard so to the Land, and difquier the Ina mong the Nations. habitants of Babylon. Rev. Ir.

+ Ver. 18.; Rev. 19.3.

See 17. We give thee thanks, O Lord

on Rev. 14. 11. God Almighty, which art, and waft,


10, † Isa. 21. 9. See on Rev. and ärt to come; because thou halt taken to thee thy great power, and hat reigned.

11.4 Ezek. 27. 27; dc. Thy 9. $' of Ezek. 26. 16, 17. Then Riches, and thy Fairs, thy Mer all the Princes of the Sea shall come 20 chandise, thy Mariners, and thy down from their Thrones, and lay Pilots, thy Calkers, and the Occapi away their Robes, and put off their ers of thy Merchandist, and all thy broidered Garments: they fhall Men of War that are in thee, hal cloche themselves with trembling, fall into the midst of the Seas, :: chey fhall fit upon the Ground, and as the Day of thy ruine, Gr. :: Ver Thall tremble at every moment, 3. and be astonished at chee. And 12. Rev. 17.4.


6. Ver. 8, 17, 19.

Or, bodies], and f fouls of men. 14. And the fruits that hy soul lufted after, are departed from thee, and all hings which were dainty and goodly, are departed from hee, and thou falt find them no more at all. 15. The ic merchants of these things which were made rich by ver, thall stand afar off, for the fear of her torment, veeping and wailing, 16. And saying, Alas, alas, that great city, h that was clothed in fine linen, and purple, ind scarlet, and decked with gold, and precious stones, md pearls: 17. For i in one hour fo great riches is ome to nought. And k every ship-master, and all the company in thips, and failers, and as many as trade by ea, stood afar off, 18. And cried when they saw the

smoke of her burning, saying, n What city is like uno this great city ? 19. And they n cast duft on their leads, and cried, weeping and wailing, saying, Alas, alas, hat

great city, wherein were made rich all that had hips in the sea, by reason of her coftlinefs : for in one aour is the made defolate. 20. Rejoice over her, thou heaven, and ye holy apostles and prophets, for God hath pavenged you on her. 21. And, a mighty angel

took 13. f t Ezek. 27. 13.Javan, Tu- m" Rev. 13. 4. They worshippal, and Meshech, they were thy ped the Dragon which gave Power Merchants: they traded the Per. unto the Beast and they wor. fons of Men, and Vessels of Brass, Thipped the Beast, saying, who is in thy Market.

slike unto the Beast? who is able to 15.8 ::: Ver. 3, 11,

make War with him?' 16. + Rev, 17.4.

n + Josh. 7.6. And Jofhua 17. .: Ver. 10, 19:

rent his 'Cloches, and fell to the Ifa. 23. 14. Howl, ye Ships of Earth upon his Face before the Tarshish : for your Strength is 10 Ark of the Lord, until the Evenlaid waste. † Ezek. 27. 29, 30, 31. tide, he and the Elders of Israel, All that handle the Oar, the Mari- and pur Duft upon their Heads. ners, and all the Pilots of the Sea, Sam. 13. 19. And Tanar put Afhes ihall come down from their Ships, on her Head, and rent her Garment they fhall stand upon the Land; is of diver's colours that was on her, and shall cause their

voice to be heard and laid her Hand on her Head; against thee, and shall cry bitterly, and went on crying. t Job . 12. and fall caft wp Duft upon their --They rent every one his ManHeads, they shall wallow them- tle, and sprinkled Duft upon their ficad, selves in the Ashes. And they 20 toward Heaven. Ezek.' 27.39, Thall make themselves utterly bald 31, The Words under ver. 17. for thee, and gird them with fack- 20. ° + Ha. 44: 23. Ifa. 49. cloth, and they shall weep for thee 13. † Jer: 51. 48. · Rev. with bitterness of Heart, and bitrer 12. 12. wailing

25 P Deut. 32 43. Rejoice, Oye 18. See on Rev. 14, 11.


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