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Passover instituted, v. i. 203.
Paul at the death of Stephen, v. ii. 479
---his conversion, 484---preaches at
Damascus, 485---his discourse at An-
tioch, 496---heals a cripple at Lystra,
500---parts from Barnabas, 305---con-
verts his jailer, 508---preaches at A-
thens, 511---founds the church of Co-
rinth, 515---and of Ephesus, 519---
raises a dead man at Troas, 521---
goes to Jerusalem, 525---is persecuted
by the Jews, 527---delivered to the
Romans, 530---defends himself before
Felix, Festus, and Agrippa, 532---ap-
peals to Cæsar, 534---is sent to Rome,
538---shipwrecked at Malta, 540---
arrives at Rome, and is beheaded by
order of Nero, 545---his labours and
writings, abstract of, 543.
Pekah, v. i. 550.
Pentateuch, its antiquity, 279.
Persepolis or Elymais, v. ii. 109.
Persecution of the Jews, 97.
Peter called by Jesus, 241----denies
Christ and repents, 392, 393.
Peter denies Christ, 394---sent to Cor-
nelius, 488---delivered from prison,
Pharaoh, king of Egypt, v. i. 168---his
cruelty, 185---is drowned in the Red
Pharisees, particular account of, v. ii.
Philip, a Phrygian, 95.
Philip the apostle called, 241.
Philip converts the Eunuch, 482.
Philistines, 49,337---besiege Aphek, and
take the ark, 370---defeated by Sam-
Phul, king of Assyria, 550.
Plagues of Egypt, v. i. 190.
Plague in Israel, 242.
Pompey takes Jerusalem, v. ii. 137.
Pontius Pilate, 395---Christ brought be-
fore him, 395---is admonished by his
wife, 401---condemns Jesus in oppo-
sition to his own sentiments, 403.
Ptolmy Epiphanes, 92.
Ptolomy Philometer, 121.
Ptolemais a city, 121, 130.
Purim, a lot, 59.
Quails described, v. i. 242---raised upon
the Israelites, 243.
Rabbah taken, 440.
Rabshekeh, his blasphemy, 565.
Rahab entertains the spies, 284.
Resurrection of Jesus, v. ii. 422.
Rezin king of Syria, 551.
Riblah a city of Syria, 11.
Rimmon, a Syrian god, v. i. 518.
Rizpah, Saul's concubine, 429.
Romans make an alliance with the
Jews, v. ii. 115.
Ruth leaves her country with Naomi, v.
Sacrifices first mentioned, 32---beasts of-
Sabbath breaker stoned, 248.
Sadducees, account of, v. ii. 167.
Samson, his birth, v. i. 357-..marries
a Philistine woman, 358-kills a
lion, 359--burns the Philistine corn,
361---retires to the Rock Etam, 361---
slays a thousand of his enemies, 362---
has his eyes put out, 364--pulls down
the temple of Dagon, and dies, 365,
Samuel born, 366---called by God, 368---
governs Israel twenty years, 373---
anoints Saul king, 376---dies at Ra-
Samaria built, 494---its dreadful siege
and famine, 555---is providentially de-
Salmanassar king of Assyria, 555.
Sarepta a city, 495.
Sarah, her death, v. i. 64.
Saul, first king of Israel, 391---defeats
the Ammonites, 392---and the Phi-
listines, 392---visited by an evil spirit,
400---is jealous of David, 405---gives
him his daughter, 406----persecutes
him, 414---consults the witch of En-
dor, 422---and falls in battle with his
Seleucus, v. ii. 92.
Sects among the Jews, 66.
Serpents, fiery, v. i. 259.
Serpent, brazen, 259.
Seth born, 25.
Sennacherib, 565---his army destroyed,
566---assassinated by his sons, 567.
Seven sons and their mother killed, v. ii.
Shamgar delivers Israel, v. i. 326.
Shallum, a usurper, 549.
Shadrach, Meshech, and Abednego, v. Tiphsah, a city, v. i. 549.
Sheba, queen of, v. i. 477.
Shechemites destroyed, 100.
Shekel of silver, its value, 315.
of gold, its valua, 565.
Shimei curses David, 450.
Shishak invades Judea, 487.
Sihon, king of the Amorites, 261.
Simon, v. ii. 116.
Sodom destroyed, v. i. 56.
Solomon born, 443---made king, 467-
his great wisdom, 471---his alliance
with Hiram, 473---builds the temple
at Jerusalem, 473---falls into idolatry,
479---repents and dies, 481.
Spies hid by Rahab, 244.
Stephen stoned, v. ii. 479.
Strange fire offered, v. i. 236.
Straton, the tower of, v. ii. 130.
Sun and moon stand still, v. i. 300.
Susanna and the two elders, v. ii. 49.
Tabernacle described, v. i. 228.
Tables of stone, 225.
Talmud, account of it, v. ii. 169.
Tamar. David's daughter, v. i. 443.
Targums, account of, v. ii. 174---that of
Onkelos, 177---of Jonathan, 178-
their use, 181.
Tartan, v. i. 565.
Tatnai, v. ii. 63.
Temple founded by Solomon, v. i. 474
---destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar, v. ii.
27---rebuilt by Zerubbabel, v. ii.68---
stopped by its enemies, 52.
Teraphim, what, v. i. 315.
Thomas, his unbelief, v. ii. 433.
Tiglath, king of Assyria, v. i. 554.
Timotheus, a general, v. ii. 110.
Tigranes, king of Armenia, 134.
Tobiah, the Ammonite, v. ii. 70.
Tobit and Tobias, v. i. 557.
Tola, a judge of Israel, 348,
Tower of Babel, 36.
Tyre and Sidon, v. ii. 17.
'Uriah slain, v. i. 440.
Uzzah, killed for touching the ark, 434.
Uzziah king of Judah, 548---totally ru-
ins the Philistines, 548---is struck
with leprosy, 549.
Vashti, queen of Persia, v. ii. 53.
Ventidius kills Pacorus, 149.
Virgin Mary saluted by the angel Ga-
Visits Elizabeth, 218.
Whirlwind, described, v. i. 156.
Wise men come to Jerusalem, v. ii. 224.
Zabad kills his master, v. i. 535.
Zaccheus, account of him, v. ii. 353.
Zadok the priest, v. i. 449.
Zeba and Zalmunna, 342.
Zechariah, king of Israel, 548.
Zechariah, the prophet, v. ii. 62.
Zechariah the priest slain, v. i. 534.
Zedekiah, his impious reign and captivi-
ty, v. ii. 24.
Zechariah, father of John the Baptist,
217---slain by Herod, 297.
Zelophehad, his daughters, v. i. 276.
Zephaniah, v. ii. 204.
Zerah, the Ethiopian, v. i. 490.
Ziba, Saul's servant, 437.
Ziklag burnt, 425.
Zimri slain, v. ii. 272.
Zimri, king, v. i. 494.
Ziph, and Ziphites, 419.
Zerubbabel, v. ii. 51.
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