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and behold trouble and darkness, 'dimness
of anguish ; and they shall b.e driven to dark-
ness.

CHAP. IX.

I What joy shall be in the midst of afflictions, by the,
kingdom and birth of Christ. 8 The judgments upon
Israel for their pride, 13 for their hypocrisy, 18 atid
for their impenitency.

NEVERTHELESS Hhe dimness shall
not be such as was in her vexation,
when at the '• first h£ lightly afflicted the
land of Zebulun, and the land of Naphtali,
and "afterward did more grievously afflict
her by the way of the sea, beyond Jordan, in
Galilee j] of the nations.

2 ''The people that walked in darkness
have seen a great light : they that dwell in
the land of the shadow of death, upon them
hath the light shined.

3 Thou hast multiplied the nation, and

II not increased the joy : they joy before thee
according to the joy in harvest, and as men
rejoice ^when they divide the spoil.

4 II For thou hast broken the yoke of his
burden, and the ""staff of his shoulder, the rod
of his oppressor, as in the day of sMidian.

5 II For every battle of the warrior is with
confused noise, and garments rolled in blood ;
'' II but this shall be with burning and t fuel
of fire.

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Judgments upon Israel for their pride.

6 'For unto us a child is born, unto us a
^son is given : and 'the government shall be
upon his shoulder: and his name shall be
called ™ Wonderful, Counsellor, " The mighty
God, The everlasting Father, °The Prince
of Peace.

7 Of the increase of Ms government and
peace p there shall he no end, upon the throne
of David, and upon his kingdom, to order it,
and to establish it with judgment and vv^ith
justice from henceforth even for ever. The
9 zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.

<^ 8 IT The Lord sent a word into Jacob,
and it hath lighted upon Israel.

9 And all the people shall know, even
Ephraim and the inhabitant of Samaria, that
say m the pride and stoutness of heart,

10 The bricks are fallen down, but we
will build with hewn stones: the sycamores
are cut down, but we will change them into
cedars.

11 Therefore the Lord shall set up the
adversaries of Rezin against him, and f join
his enemies together ;

12 The Syrians before, and the Philistines
behind ; and they shall devour Israel f with
open mouth. ""For all this his anger is not
turned away, but his hand is stretched out
still.

13 IF For " the people turneth not unto
him that smiteth them, neither do they seek
the Lord of hosts.

14 Therefore the Lord will cut off from
Israel head and tail, branch and rush, *in
one day.

15 The ancient and honourable, he is the
head; and the prophet that teacheth lies, he
is the tail.

16 For " II the leaders of this people cause
them to err ; and || they that are led of them
are f destroyed.

17 Therefore the Lord ^ shall have no joy
in their young men, neither shall have mercy
on their fatherless and widows: yfor every
one is an hypocrite and an evil-doer, and
every mouth speaketh || folly. ^For all this
his anger is not turned away, but his hand is
stretched out still.

18 IT For wickedness "burneth as the
fire ; it shall devour the briers and thorns,
and shall kindle in the thickets of the forest,
and they shall mount up like the lifting up
of smoke.

19 Through the wrath of the Lord of
hosts is •> the land darkened, and the people
shall be as the t fuel of the fire : *= no man
shall spare his brother.

20 And he shall f snatch on the right
hand, and be hungry; and he shall eat on
the. left hand, ^and they shall not be satis-



CHAP. X.



Beforu


Berore


CM RIST


CHRIST


Qhout 740.


about 738.
ch. 40. 28.


i ch. 7. 14.


Lulio !i. 11.


Jer. lU. 9.


k Julin 3.




IJi.




1 Mutt. 28.




'8>, ,


r ver. 12, 17.


1 Cot. 15.


ch. 5. 25. &


25.


10. 4.


m Judg. 13.
n TiJ. a. 13.






Lplics. 3.




14.




p Dan. 3. 44.
l.uko 1. 32,






33.




?„-J^'""


a Pa. 58. 2.


19. 31.
ch. :n. 32.


& 94. 20.


about 738.


11 Or.




to the ten-




ters thai




write grieo-




ousness.




b Job 31. 14.




c Ho8. 9. 7.




Luke 19. 44.


t Hcb.




mingle.






d ch. 5. 2.5.




& 9. 12, 17,


tHeb.


21.


with wltole




mouth.


II Or,


r ch. 5. 25.


tFo to the


& 10. 4.
Jer. 4. 8.


Sssyiian.
T Heb.




.^sshur.




e Jer. 51.20.




11 Or,


9 Jer. 5. 3.


though.


Hos. 7. 10.


f ch. 19. 17.




e Jer. 34. 22.




tHeb.




to lay them


t ch. 10. 17.


a treading.


Rev. la a






h Gen. 50.




20.





Mic. 4. 13.




i 2 Kings
18. 24, 33,


uch.3.12.
II Or,


ice. ti. 19).
10, &c.


thry tliat
call them
bLcused.


k Amos 6. 2.


1 2 Chron.
35. 20.


II Or,

they that are


m 2 Kings
16. 9.


called buss-




ed of them.




t Ileb.




swallowed




up.




X Ps. 147.




10, 11.




y Mic. 7.




2.




II Or,




villanjf.




I ver. ]2. 21.




ch. 5. 25. &




10. 4.




Q ch. 10. 17.




Mai. 4.1. ■






n 2 Kings




19. 31.




o Jer. 50.18.




T Heb.




visit upon.




t Heb.




of the great-




Ties.', of the




heart.


b ch. 8. 22.


p Isai. 37.


tHob.


Eiek. 28. 4,
&c.


meat.

c Mic. 7. 2, 6.


Dan 4.30.


t Hob. mt.




d Lev. 26.
26.


11 Or, like
many people.



The wo of tyrants.

fied : nhey shall eat every man the flesh of
his own arm :

21 Manasseh, Ephraim; and Ephraim,
Manasseh: and they together shall he against
Judah. <■ For all this his anger is not turned
away, but his hand is stretched out still.
CHAP. X.

I The wo of tyrants. 5 Assyria, the rod oj hypocrites,
for his pride shall be broken. 20 A remnant of Israel
shall be saved. 24 Israel is comforted with promise of
deliverance from Assyria.

WO unto them that °^ decree unrighteous
decrees, and || that write grievousness
which they have prescribed ;

2 To turn aside the needy from judg-
ment, and to take away the right from the
poor of my people, that widows may be their
prey, and that they may rob the fatherless !

3 And ''what will ye do in "the day of
visitation, and in the desolation which shall
come from far? to whom will ye flee for
help ? and where will ye leave your glory ?

4 Without me they shall bow down under
the prisoners, and they shall fall under the
slain. ^ For all this his anger is not turned
away, but his hand is stretched out stifl.

5 1[ II Of Assyrian, « the rod of mhie anger,

II and the staff" in their hand is mine indig-
nation.

6 I will send him against *^an hypocritical
nation, and against the people of my wrath
will I « give him a charge, to take the spoii,
and to take the prey, and f to tread them
down like the mire of the streets.

7 ''Howbeit he meaneth not so, neither
doth his heart think so ; but it is in his heart
to destroy and cut oflf nations not a. few.

8 'For he saith. Are not my princes alto-
gether kings?

9 Is not ''Calno 'as Carchemish? is not
Hamath as Arpad? is not Samaria ""as
Damascus ?

10 As my hand hath found the kingdoms
of the idols, and whose graven images did
excel them of Jerusalem and of Samaria ;

11 Shall I not, as I have done unto Sama-
ria and her idols, so do to Jerusalem and
her idols ?

12 Wherefore it shall come to pass, that
when the Lord hath performed his whole
work "upon mount Zion and on Jerusalem,
°I will t punish the fruit f of the stout heart
of the king of Assyria, and the glory of his
high looks.

13 PFor he saith. By the strength of my
hand I have done it, and by my wisdom;
for I am prudent: and I have removed the
bounds of the people, and have robbed their
treasures, and I have put down the mhabit-
ants II like a valiant man:

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A remnant of Israel shall be saved.

. 14 And imy hand hath found as a nest
the riches of the people : and as one gathereth
eggs that are left, have I gathered all the
earth ; and there was none that moved the
wing, or opened the mouth, or peeped.

15 Shall 'the axe boast itself against him
that heweth therewith? or shall the saw mag-
nify itself against him that shaketh it? ||as if
the rod should shake itself against them that
lift it up, or as if the staff should lift up
II itself, as if it were no wood.

16 Therefore shalj the Lord, the Lord
of hosts, send among his =fat ones leanness;
and under his glory he shall kindle a burn-
ing like the burning of a fire.

17 And the light of Israel shall be for a
fire, and his Holy One for a flame : 'and it
shall burn and devour his thorns and his
briers in one day;

18 And shall consume the glory of his
forest, and of "his fruitful field, fboth soul
and body: and they shall be as when a
standard-bearer fainteth.

19 And the rest of the trees of his forest
shall be t few, that a child may write
them.

20 IT And it shall come to pass in that day,
that the remnant of Israel, and such as are
escaped of the house of Jacob, ^ shall no
more again stay upon him that smote them ;
but shall stay upon the Lord, the Holy One
of Israel, in truth.

21 yThe remnant shall return, even the
remnant of Jacob, unto the mighty God.

22 ^For though thy people Israel be as the
sand of the sea, ^yet a remnant t of them shall
return : ''the consumption decreed shall over-
flow II with righteousness.

23 =For the Lord God of hosts shall make
a consumption, even determined, in the midst
of all the land.

24 IT Therefore thus saith the Lord God
of hosts, O my people that dwellest in Zion,
■^be not afraid of the Assyrian : he shall smite
thee with a rod, || and shall lift up his staflf
against thee, after the manner of * Egypt.

25 Tor yet a very little while, ^and the
indignation shall cease, and mine anger in
their destruction.

26 And the Lord bfhosts shall stir up '' a
scourge for him according to the slaughter
of 'Midian at the rock of Oreb : and ^as his
rod was upon the sea, so shall he lift it up
after the manner of Egypt.

27 And it shall come to pass in that day,
that his burden f shall be taken away from
off" thy shoulder, and his yoke from off" thy
neck, and the yoke shall be destroyed be-
cause of ""the anointing.

28 He is come to Aiatli, he is passed to



ISAIAH.



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


about 713.


about 713.


q Job 31.

25.


n 1 Sam. 13.
23.




1 Sam. 11.




4.


r Jer. 51.


t Heb.


20.


Cry shrill




with thy




voice.




p 1 Sam. 25.


II Or,


54.


as if a rod


q Judg. 18.


should shake


thnn that


r'josh. 21.


lift it up.


18.




s Josh. 15.




31.


II Or,


1 1 Sam. 21.


llmtu'bicbiB


I.&22. 19.


not aaod.


Nob. 11. 32.




ucli. 13.2.


3 cb. 5. 17.


I ch. 37. 22.




y See




Amos 2. 9.


t cli. 9. 18.




&. 27. 4.




"„2 yj"ea


II Or,


19. 23.
t Hob.


misktily.


from the




soul, and




e-ijev. to the




flesh.




t Heb.




miiiiber.






n ch. .53. 2.




7,ech. 6. 12.




Rev. .5. 5.




1. Acts 13.




23.
vor. 10.


X Pee


c ch. 4. 2.


2 Kings 16.


Jor. 2^. 5.
deb. 61. 1.


2'Cbron. 28.
20.


IMalt. 3. 16.
John 1. 32,




33. & 3. 34.


7 ch. 7. 3.






t Heb.




sciynl, or,


z Rom. 9.


s mcll.


27.




a ch. 0. 13.




t Heb. in.




or, awfins.




b cb. 28. 22.




1! Or, in.


e Ps. 72. 2,


c ch. 28. 22.
Dan. 9. 27.


licv. 19. 11.
II Or,
arsue.


Rom. 9. 28.




f.Iob 4.9.




Mai. 4. 6.




2 Thcss. 2.




8.




Rev. 1. 16.




& 2. 16. &




19. 15.




Iphels. 6. 14.




d ch. 37. 6.




II Or,

hut he shall






lift up his
staff for
thee.


h cb. 65. 25.
Kzelt.34.25


e Exod. 14.


Hos. 2. 18.


f ch. 54. 7.




g^Dan.ll.




h 2 Kings




19. 35.




i .Tudg. 7.




25.




ch. 9. 4.




k Exod. 14.




26, 27.




1 ch. 14. 25.


adder s.


tHob.


shait re-
move.


i Job 5. 23.
ch. 2. 4. &.




35. 9.




k Hab. 2.


mVa. 105.


14.


linn. 9. 24.




1 John 2.




2U.





Chrisfs peaceable kingdom.

Migron ; at Michmash he hath laid up his
carriages :

29 They are gone over the "passage : they
have taken up their lodging at Geba ; Ra-
mah is afraid; °Gibeah of Saul is fled.

30 t Lift up thy voice, O daughter Pof
Gallim: cause it to be heard unto "iLaish,
■"O poor Anathoth.

31 ^Madmenah is removed; the inhabit-
ants of Gebim gather themselves to flee.

32 As yet shall he remain 'at Nob that
day : he shall " shake his hand against the
mount of ^^ the daughter of Zion, the hill of
Jerusalem.

• 33 Behold, the Lord, the Lord of hosts
shall lop the bough with terror: and ythe
high ones of stature shall he hewn down, and
the haughty shall be humbled.

34 And he shall cut down the thickets of
the forest with iron, and Lebanon shall fall
II by a mighty one.

CHAP. XL

1 The peaceable kingdom of the Branch out of the root
of Jesse. 10 T]ie victorious restoration of Israel, and
vocation of the Gentiles-

AND '^ there shall come forth a rod out of
the stem of ''Jesse, and "a branch shall
grow out of his roots :

2 ''And the Spirit of the Lord shall rest
upon him, the spirit of wisdom and under-
standing, the spirit of counsel and might,
the spirit of knowledge and of the fear of
the Lord;

3 And shall make him of quick f under-
standing in the fear of the Lord: and he
shall not judge after the sight of his eyes,
neither reprove after the hearing of his ears :

4 But ''with righteousness shall he judge
the poor, and || reprove with equity for the
meek of the earth : and he shall ^ smite the
earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the
breath of his lips shall he slay the wicked.

5 And g righteousness shall be the girdle
of his loins, and faithfulness the girdle of his
reins.

6 ''The wolf also shall dwell with the
lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with
the kid ; and the calf and the young lion and
the fatling together ; and a little child shall
lead them.

7 And the cow and the bear shall feed ;
their young ones shall lie down together:
and the lion shall eat straw like the ox.

8 And the sucking child shall play on the
hole of the asp, and the weaned child shall
put his hand on the || cockatrice's den.

9 ' They shall not hurt nor destroy in all
my holy mountain : for ^ the earth shall be
full of the knowledge of the Lord, as the
waters cover the sea.

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t



UL



The calling of the Gentiles.

10 IT 'And in that day "there shall be a
root of Jesse, which shall stand for an ensign
of the people ; to it shall the " Gentiles seek :
and "his rest shall be t glorious.

11 And it shall come to pass pin that day,
that the Lord shall set his hand again the
second time to recover the remnant of his
people, which shall be left, ifrom Assyria,
and from Egypt, and from Pathros, and from
Cush, and from Elam, and from Shinar, and
from Hamath, and from the islands of the
sea.

12 And he shall set up an ensign for the
nations, and shall assemble the outcasts of
Israel, and gather together Uhe dispersed of
Judah from the four t corners of the earth.

13 ^The envy also of Ephraim shall de-
part, and the adversaries of Judah shall be
cut off: Ephraim shall not envy Judah, and
Judah shall not vex Ephraim.

14 But they shall fly upon the shoulders
of the Philistines toward the west; they shall
spoil fthem of the east together: 'fthey
shall lay their hand upon Edom and Moab ;
land the children of Ammon "shall obey
them.

15 And the Lord == shall utterly destroy
the tongue of the Egypti9,n sea ; and with
his mighty wind shall he shake his hand over
the river, and shall smite it m the seven
streams, yand make men go over f dry-shod.

16 ^And there shall be an highway for the
remnant of his people, which shall be left,
from Assyria; "like as it was to Israel in
the day that he came up out of the land of
Egypt.

CHAP. XIL

A joyful thanksgiving of the faithful for the mercies
of God.

AND "in that day thou shalt say, O
Lord, I will praise thee : though thou
wast angry with me, thine anger is turned
away, and thou comfortedst me.

2 Behold, God is my salvation ; I will
trust, and not be afraid : for the Lord
"JEHOVAH is my = strength and my song;
he also is become my salvation.

3 Therefore with joy shall ye draw '^ water
out of the wells of salvation.

4 And in that day shall ye say, « Praise
the Lord, || call upon his name, *"declare his
doings among the people, make mention that
his ffname is exalted.

5 ''Sing unto the Lord; for he hath
done excellent things : this is known in all
the earth.

6 'Cry out and shout, thou f inhabitant of
Zion ; for great is ''the Holy One of Israel
in the midst of thee.

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CHAP. XIII.



The armies of God's wrath.



Boforo
CHRIST
about 713.



1 cli. 2. 11.

m vor. 1.

Rom. 15. 12.

n Rom. 15.

10:

o Hobr. 4.

1, &n.

t Hcb.

frloT]/,

p cli. 2. 11.



Zech. 10.



r John 7.

35.

James 1. 1.

t Hob.

wings.

s lei. 3. 18.

Ezok. 37. 16.

17, 22.

Hos. 1. 11.



t Heb.
the diildrcn
of the east,
t Dan. 11.
41.

t Heb.
Kdom and
Moab sball
be the lay-
ing on of
their hand.
t Heb. the
children of
JJmmon
their obe-
dience.
a ch. m. 14.
X Zech. 10.
11.

r Rev. 16.
12

+ Heb.
m sitors.
z ch. 19. 23.



a Exod. 14.

29.

ch. 51. 10. t

63. 12, 13.



b Ps. R3. 18.

c Exod. 15.

2.

Ps. 118. 14.

d .Tohn 4. 10,
14. & 7. 37,
38.

e 1 Chron.
16. 8.
Pa. 105. 1.
II Or.
proclaim
his name.
f Ps. 145. 4,
5, 6.
g Ps. 31. 3.

h Exod. 15.
1, 21.

Ps. 68. 32. &
98. 1.

i ch. 54. 1.
Zcph.3. 14.
t Heb.
inhabitresff.
k Ps. 71.22.
& 89. 18.
ch. 41. 14.
16.



Beforo
CHRIST

about 712.



a cb. 21. 1.
& 47. 1.
Jer. m, Ic
51.

b ch. 5. 26.
& 18. 3.
Jer. 50. 2.
c Jor.5l.2S.
d cli. 10. 32.



e Joel 3. 11.

f Ps. 149. 2,
5,6.



t Heb. the
likeness of.



&Zoph. 1.7.
cv. 6. 17.
h Job 31.23.
Joel 1. 15.



II Or,
fait down.



i Ps. 48. 6.
ch. 21. 3.



t Heb.
wonder,
t Hob.
every man
at his neiffh-
boirr,
t Hob.
faces of the
Haines.
k Mai. 4. 1.
1 Ps. 104. 35.
Prov. 2. 22.



m ch. 24.
21, 23.
Ezck. 32. 7.
Joel 2. 31. t
X 15.

Mntt. 24. 29.
Mark 13. 24.
Luko 21. 25.

n ch. 2. 17.



o Hag. 2. 6.



n Ps. IIO..').
Lam. 1. 12.



q Jer. .W.
&5I.9.



CHAP. xm.

1 God muster eth the armies of his wrath. 6 He threat-
eneth to destroy Babylon by the Medes. 19 The deso-
lation of Babylon.

THE "burden of Babylon, which Isaiah
the son of Amoz did see.

2 '•Lift ye up a banner "upon the high
mountain, exalt the voice unto them, ''shake
the hand, that they may go into the gates of
the nobles.

3 I have commanded my sanctified ones,
I have also called <'my mighty ones for mine
anger, even them that ''rejoice in my highness.

4 The noise of a multitude in the moun-
tains, t like as of a great people ; a tumultu-
ous noise of the kingdoms of nations gathered
together : the Lord of hosts mustereth the
host of the battle.

5 They come from a far country, from the
end of heaven, even the Lord, and the
weapons of his indignation, to destroy the
whole land.

6 IT Howl ye ; sfor the day of the Lord is
at hand ; ''it shall come as a destruction from
the Almighty.

7 Therefore shall all hands || be faint, and
every man's heart shall melt;

8 And they shall be afraid; 'pangs and
sorrows shall take hold of them ; they shall
be in pain as a woman that travaileth : they
shall t be amazed t one at another ; their
faces shall be as t flames.

9 Behold, ''the day of the Lord cometh,
cruel both with wrath and fierce anger, to lay
the land desolate : and he shall destroy 'the
sinners thereof out of it.

10 For the stars of heaven and the con-
stellations thereof shall not give their light :
the sun shall be ""darkened in his going forth,
and the moon shall not cause her light to
shine.

11 And I will punish the world for their
evil, and the wicked for their iniquity ; " and
I will cause the arrogancy of the proud to
cease, and will Jay low the haughtiness of the
terrible. \

12 1 will make a man mor.g precious than
fine gold ; even a man than the golden wedge
of Ophir.

13 "Therefore I will shake the heavens,
and the earth shall remove out of her place,
in the vrraih of the Lord of hosts, and in
Pthe day of his fierce anger.

14 And it shall be as the chased roe, and
as a sheep that no man taketh up : "J they
shall every man turn to his own people, and
flee every one into his own land.

15 Every one that is found shall be thrust
through ; and eveiy one that is JQined unto
them shall fall by the sword.

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God's merciful restoration of Israel.

16 Their children also shall be "^ dashed to
pieces before their eyes ; their houses shall
be spoiled, and their wives ravished.

17 » Behold, I will stir up the Medes
against them, which shall not regard silver ;
and asj^r gold, they shall not delight in it.

18 Their bows also shall dash the young
men to pieces ; and they shall have no pity
on the fruit of the womb ; their eye shall not
spare children.

19 IT* And Babylon, the glory of king-
doms, the beauty of the Chaldees' excellency,
shall be f as when God overthrew " Sodom
and Gomorrah.

20 ''It shall never be inhabited, neither
shall it be dwelt in from generation to gene-
ration : neither shall the Arabian pitch tent
there ; neither shall the shepherds make their
fold there :

21 yBut twild beasts of the desert shall
he there ; and their houses shall be full of
t doleful creatures ; and || t owls shall dwell
there, and satyrs shall dance there.

22 And t the wild beasts of the islands
shall cry in their || desolate houses, and dra-
gons in their pleasant palaces : ^ and her
time is near to come, and her days shall not
be prolonged.

CHAP. XIV.

1 God's merciful restoration of Israel. 4 Their triumph-
ant insultation over Babel. 24 God's purpose against
Assyria. 29 Palestina is threatened.

FOR the Lord ''will have mercy on Jacob,
and ''will yet choose Israel, and set them
in their own land: "and the strangers shall
be joined with them, and they shall cleave
to the house of Jacob.

2 And the people shall take them, ■'and
bring them to their place : and the house of
Israel shall possess them in the land- of the
Lord for servants and handmaids : and they
shall take them captives, t whose captives
they were; *and they shall rule over their
oppressors.

3 And it shall come to pass in the day
that the Lord shall give thee rest from thy
sorrow, and from thy fear, and from the hard
bondage wherein thou wast made to serve,

4 If That thou ''shalt take up this || proverb
against the king of Babylon, and say. How
hath the oppressor ceased, the |1 ff golden city
ceased !

5 The Lord hath broken •■ the staff of the
wicked, and the sceptre of the rulers.

6 He who smote the people in wrath with
t a continual stroke, he that ruled the nations
in anger, is persecuted, and none hindereth.

7 The whole earth is at rest, and is quiet :
they break forth into singing.



ISAIAH.



Bcforo
CHRIST

about 712.



r Ps. ]:!7. 9.
\ah. 3. 10.
Zech. 14. 2.
B ch. 31. 2.
Jer. 51. 11,
28.

Dan. 5. 28,
31.



t ch. 14. 4,

22.



t Ilfb.
as the over-
throwing.
u Ueii. 19.
24, 25.
Deul. 29. 23.
Jer. 49. 18.
& m. 40.
X Jer. 50. 3,
39. & 51. 29.
62.



y ch. 34. II,
—15.

Rev. IS. 2.
t Heb. Ziiin.

t Heb.
Ochim.
II Or,
ostriches.
t Heb.
dnugtiters
of the owl.
t heb. Jim.
II Or,
pa/aces,
z Jer. 51. 33.



a Ps. 102. 13.

b Zech. 1.
17. &. 2, 12.
c ch. 60. 4,
5, 10.



(1 ch. 49.22.
& liO. 9. &
06. 20.



t Heb. that
had taken
them cap-
tives.
e ch. 60. 14.



Botoro
CHRIST

about 712.



r ch. 13. 19.
Hob. 2. 6.
II Or, taunt-
ing apeech.

II Or, exact-
res 3 of gold,
e Rev. 18.
16.

h Ps. 125. 3.



t Heb.

a stroke
without
removing.



i ch. 55. 12.
Ezek. 31. IG.



k Ezek. 32.
21.
II Or,

Tlte grave.
t Heb.
leaders.
II Or, great
goats.



II Or,

O day-star.



m Matt. II.

23.

n Dan. 8. 10.



p cb. 47. 8.
2Thc«s.2.4.
q Mutt. 11.
23.



II Or,
did vol let
his prison-
ers loose
homewards.



r Job 18. 19.
Ps. 21.10. t
37. 28. &
109. 13.

s Exod. 20.

5.

Matt. 23. 35.



t Prov. 10. 7.
Jer. 51. 62.
u I Kinga
14. 10.
X Job 18.19.
y cb. 34. 11.
Zepli. 2. 14.



Their triumphant insultation over Babel.

8 'Yea, the fir-trees rejoice at thee, and
the cedars of Lebanon, saying, Since thou
art laid down, no feller is come up against
us.

9 ■= II Hell from beneath is moved for thee
to meet thee at thy coming : it stirreth up the
dead for thee, even all the f || chief ones of
the earth: it hath raised up from their
thrones all the kings of the nations.



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