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1 ch. SO. 38.



m Isai. 13.

22.

ch. 50. 39.

Kev. IH. 2.

n ch. 25. 9,

18.



II Or, shake
thcmsclvea.



p ch. 25. 26.

?Isai. 13.
0.

ch. 49. 25.
Dan. 4. 30.



r See
Isai. 8. 7, 8.



s ch. 50. 39,

40.

ver. 29.



t Isai. 46. 1.
ch. 50. 2.



u ver. 58.

X ver. 6.
rh. 50. 8.
Rev. 18. 4.



II Or,
let not.
y 2 Kuigs
19.7.



z ch. 50. 3.

ver. Ta.
t Heb.
visit upon.



a Isai. 44.
23. & 49. 13.
Rev. 18. 20.
b ch. 50. 3,
41.

II Or, Both
Bahylon is
to foil, Oyt
slain of
Israel, and
isith Baby-
lon, fyc.



Beforo
CHRIST

593.



II Or,

the eonntry.

cch.44.28.



d Pa. 44. 15,
16. Sl 79, 4.



fch.4n. 16,
Amos 9. 3.
Obad. 4.



g ch. 50. 33.



h P». 94. 1.
ch. 50. 29.
ver. 24.

i vor. 39



k ch. 46. 18.
& 43. 15.
II Or.
The walls
of broad
Uabiilon.

I ver. 44.

II Or, ,
made naked,
m Hab. 2.
13.



II Or,

on the 6s-
haif of.



II Or, ^
prince of
Meniicka,
or, chief
chambcr-
laiiu



n ch. 50. 3,
39.

ver. 29.
T Heb.
desolations.



in revenge of IsraeL

Israel to fall, so at Babylon shall fall the slain
of all II the earth.

50 "Ye that have escaped the sword, go
away, stand not still : remember the Lord
afar ofl', and let Jerusalem come into 3'our
mind.

51 ^ We are confounded, because we have
heard reproach : shame hath covered our
faces ; for strangers are come into the sanc-
tuaries of the Lord's house.

52 Wherefore behold, the days come,
saith the Lord, "that I will do judgment
upon her graven images : and through all
her land the wounded shall groan.

53 f Though Babylon should mount up to
heaven, and though she should fortify the
height of her strength, yet from me shall
spoilers come unto herj saith the Lord.

54 e A sound of a cry cometh from Baby-
lon, and great destruction from the land of
the Chaldeans :

55 Because the Lord hath spoiled Ba-
bylon, and destroyed out of her the great
voice: when her waves do roar like great
waters, a noise of their voice is uttered:

56 Because the spoiler is come upon her,
even upon Babylon, and her mighty men
are taken, every one of their bows is broken :
■•for the Lord God of recompenses shall
surely requite.

57 'And I will make drunk her princes,
and her wise men, her captains, and her
rulers, and her mighty men : and they shall
sleep a perpetual sleep, and not wake, saith
■'the King, whose name is the Lord of hosts.

58 Thus saith the Lord of hosts; || ' The
broad walls of Babylon shall be utterly
II broken, and her high gates shall be burned
with fire; and ""the people shall labour in
vain, and the folk in the fire, and they shall
be weary.

59 IT The word which Jeremiah the pro-
phet commanded Seraiah the son of Neriah,
the son of Maaseiah, when he went || with
Zedekiah the king of Judah into Babylon
in the fourth year of his reign. And this
Seraiah was a || quiet prince.

60 So Jeremiah wrote in a book all the
evil that should come upon Babylon, even
all these words that are written against
Babylon.

61 And Jeremiah said to Seraiah, When
thou comest to Babylon, and shalt see, and
shalt read all these words ;

62 Then shalt thou say, O Lord, thou
hast spoken against this place, to cut it of^
that °none shafl remain in it, neither man
nor beast, but that it shall be t desolate for



ever



63 And it shall be, when thou hast made
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Jerusalem is besieged and taken.

an end of reading this book, " that thou shalt
bind a stone to it, and cast it into the midst
of Euphrates :

64 And thou shalt say. Thus shall Babylon
sink, and shall not rise from the evil that
I will bring upon her : p and they shall be
weary. Thus far are the words of Jeremiah.

CHAP. LII.

1 ZedeJciah rehelieth. 4 Jertisalem is besieged and taken.
8 Zedekiah's sons killed, and Ms own eyes put out.
12 Nebnzar-adan lurneth and spoileth the city. 24
He carrieth away the captives. 32 Evil-merodach ad-
vanceth Jekoiachin.

ZEDEKIAH was " one and twenty years
old when he f began to reign, and he
reigned eleven years in Jerusalem, And his
mother's name was Hamutal the daughter
of Jeremiah of Libnah.

2 And he did that which was evil in the
eyes of the Lord, according to all that
Jehoiakim had done.

3 For through the anger of the Lord it
came to pass in Jerusalem and Judah, till he
had cast them out from his presence, that
Zedekiah rebelled against the king of Baby-
lon.

4 IT And it came to pass in the ''ninth
year of his reign, in the tenth month, in the
tenth day of the month, that Nebuchadrezzar
king of Babylon came, he and all his army,
against Jerusalem, and pitched against it, and
built forts against it round about.

5 So the city was besieged unto the eleventh
year of king Zedekiah.

6 And in the fourth month, in the ninth
day of the month, the famine was sore in the
city, so that there was no bread for the people
of the land.

7 Then the city was broken up, and all
the men of war fled, and went forth out of
the city by night by the way of the gate
between the two walls, which was by the
king's garden ; (now the Chaldeans were by
the city round about :) and they went by the
way of the plain,

8 II But the army of the Chaldeans pur-
sued after the king, and overtook Zedekiah
in the plains of Jericho ; and all his army
was scattered from him.

9 "^Then they took the king, and carried
him up unto the king of Babylon to Riblah,
in the land of Hamath; where he gave
judgment upon him.

10 ''And the king of Babylon slew the
eons of Zedekiah before his eyes : he slew
also all the princes of Judah, in Riblah.

11 Then he tput out the eyes of Zede-
kiah; and the king of Babylon bound him
in II chains, and carried him to Babylon, and
put him in f prison till the day of his death.



JEREMIAH.



Before
CHRIST

5D5.



o See
Rev. 18. 21.



p ver. 58.



599.
a 3 Kings
24. 18.
t Heb.
reigned.



590.
b 2 Kings
25. 1,-27.
cli. 39. 1.
Zech. 8. 19.



ch. 32. 4.



d Ezek. 12.
13.



Heb.
iindcd.



II Or,
fetters.
t Heb.
house of the
wards



Before
CHRIST

588.



e Zech. 7. 5.
& 8. 19.
f See
ver. 29.
B ch. 39. 9.
ii Or, chief
marshal.
T Heb.
chief of the
execution-
ers, or,
slaughter-
men.
And BO
ver. 14, &c.
T Heb.
stood before.



h ch. 39. 8,
D.



i cb. 27. 19.
k See
1 Kings 7.
15, 23, 27,
50.



1 Exod. 27.
3.

2 Kings 25.
14, 15^ 16.
II Or,

itistruments
to remove
the ashes.

II Or,
basons.
II Or,
censers.



ra IJ



m 1 Kings



1 Heb.
their brass.

n 1 Kings
7. 15.

2 Kings 25.
17.

2 Chron. 3.
15.

t Heb.
thread.



See

1 Kings 7.
20.



p 2 Kings
25. 1«.
q ch.27.1.
& 2il. 25.



Nehiizar-adan spoileth the temple.

12 H^'Now in the fifth month, in the
tenth day of the month, '"which was the
nineteenth year of Nebuchadrezzar king of
Babylon, e came Nebuzar-adan, || f captain
of the guard, which t served the king of
Babylon, into Jerusalem,

13 And burned the house of the Lord,
and the king's house ; and all the houses of
Jerusalem, and all the houses of the great
men, burned he with fire :

14 And all the army of the Chaldeans,
that were with the captain of the guard,
brake down all the walls of Jerusalem round
about.

15 ''Then Nebuzar-adan the captain of
the guard carried away captive certain of
the poor of the people, and the residue of
the people that remained in the city, and
those that fell away, that fell to the king of
Babylon, and the rest of the multitude.

16 But Nebuzar-adan the captain of the
guard left certain of the poor of the land
for vine-dressers and for husbandmen.

17 ' Also the ^ pillars of brass that were
in the house of the Lord, and the bases,
and the brazen sea that was in the house of
the Lord, the Chaldeans brake, and carried
all the brass of them to Babylon.

18 'The caldrons also, and the || shovels,
and the snuffers, and the || bowls, and the
spoons, and all the vessels of brass where-
with they ministered, took they away.

19 And the basins, and the || fire-pans,
and the bowls, and the caldrons, and the
candlesticks, and the spoons, and the cups ;
that which was of gold in gold, and that
which was of silver in silver, took the cap-
tain of the guard away.

20 The two pillars, one sea, and twelve
brazen bulls that were under the bases, which
king Solomon had made in the house of the
Lord: "" t^-he brass of all these vessels was
without weight.

21 And concerning the " pillars, the height
of one pillar was eighteen cubits ; and a
t fillet of twelve cubits did compass it ; and
the thickness thereof was four fingers : it was
hollow.

22 And a chapiter of brass was upon it ;
and the height of one chapiter ifjas five cubits,
with net-work and pomegranates upon the
chapiters round about, all of brass. The
second pillar also and the pomegranates were
like unto these.

23 And there were ninety and six pome-
granates on a side ; and ° all the pomegranates
upon the net-work were an hundred round
about.

24 IF And P the captain of the guard took
Seraiah the chief priest, i and Zephaniab

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The nobles of Judah are slain.

the second priest, and the three keepers of
the t door :

25 He took also out of the city an eunuch,
which had the charge of the men of war ;
and seven men of them that f were near the
king's person, which were found in the city ;
and the || principal scribe of the host, who
mustered the people of the land; and three-
score men of the people of the land, that
were found in the midst of the city.

26 So Nebuzar-adan the captain of the
guard took them, and brought them to the
king of Babylon to Riblah.

27 And the king of Babylon smote them,
and put them to death in Riblah in the land
of Hamath. Thus Judah was carried away
captive out of his own land.

28 ' This is the people whom Nebuchad-
rezzar carried away captive : in the ' seventh
year ' three thousand Jews and three and
twenty :

29 " In the eighteenth year of Nebuchad-
rezzar he carried away captive from Jerusa-
lem eight hundred thirty and two t persons:



CHAP. I.



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


588.


585.


t Hub.
tlireiliotd.




tHeb

satD the face
of the lane'




II Or,

scribe of the
captain of
the host.


.'ifi2.
X 3 Kings
2.1. 27, 28,
29,30.




y Gen. 40.
13, 2U.




tHeb.

eooil things
with him.


r 2 Kings
24. 2.


z 2 Siun. 9.
13.


600.
B See
2 Kings 24.

t See

2 Kings 24.

14.

590.
u See
vor. 12.
ch.39.9.






tHeb.

ilie -matter
of the day
inhisdau.


tHeb.
souls.





Evil-merodach advanceth Jehoiachiii.

30 In the three and twentieth year of
Nebuchadrezzar,Nebuzar-adan the captain of
the guard carried away captive of the Jews
seven hundred forty and five persons: all
the persons were four thousand and six hun-
dred.

31 IT ''And it came to pass in the seven
and thirtieth year of the captivity of Jehoia-
chin king of Judah, in the twelfth month, in
the five and twentieth day of the month,
that Evil-merodach king of Babylon in the
f,rst year of his reign y lifted up the head of
Jehoiachin king of Judah, and brought him
forth out of prison,

32 And spake f kindly unto him, and set
his throne above the throne of the kings that
were with him in Babylon,

33 And changed his prison garments: ^and
he did continually eat bread before him all
the days of his life.

34 And /or his diet, there was a continual
diet given him of the king of Babylon, f every
day a portion until the day of his death, all
the days of his life.



THE



LAMENTATIONS OF JEfiEMIAH,



CHAP. I.

1 The miserable estate of Jerusalem by reason of her sin.
12 She complaineth of her grief, 18 and confesseth
God's judgment to be righteous.

HOW doth the city sit solitary, that was
full of people ! ^how is she become as
a widow ! she that was great among the na-
tions, and ''princess among the provinces,
how is she become tributary!

2 She "weepeth sore in the ^ night, and her
tears are on her cheeks : ^ among all her
lovers ^she hath none to comfort her : all her
friends have dealt treacherously with her, they
are become her enemies.

3 ? Judah is gone into captivity because of
affliction, and t because of great servitude :
''she dwelleth among the heathen, she findeth
no rest: all her persecutors overtook her be-
tween the straits.

4 The ways of Zion do mourn, because
none come to the solemn feasts : all her gates
are desolate : her priests sigh, her virgins are
afflicted, and she is in bitterness.

5 Her adversaries 'are the chief, her ene-
mies prosper; for the Lord hath afflicted



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


about 588.


about 588.




k Jer. 30. 14,




15.




Dan. 9. 7,




16.




1 Jer. 52. 28.


a Isai. 47.




7,8.




b Ezra 4. 20.






11 Or,




ilesirablet


cJer. 13.17.


ver. 10.


(I Job 7. 3.




Ps. 8. 6.




e Jer. 4. 30.




&30.14.




ver. 19.




f ver. 9, 16,




17, 21.






m 1 Kings




8.46.


g Jer. 52.27.


tHeb.

is become a




t Heb.


removing.
or, wander-


for the


greatness of
servitude.


JTfer. 13.22,


h Dcut. 28.


26.


G4, 65.


Ezek.16.37.


ch. 2. 9.


&23.29.




Hos. 2. 10.




o Dent 32.




29.




Isai. 47. 7.




g^.2,17.


i Dcut. 3a




43, 44.


q ver. 7.

1 Or
desirable



her ''for the multitude of her transgressions;
her ' children are gone into captivity before
the enemy.

6 And from the daughter of Zion all her
beauty is departed : her princes are become
like harts that find no pasture, and they are
gone without strength before the pursuer.

7 Jerusalem remembered in the days of
her affliction and of her miseries all her [j plea-
sant things that she had in the days of old,
when her people fell into the hand of the
enemy, and none did help her: the adversa-
ries saw her, and did mock at her sabbaths.

8 ■" Jerusalem hath grievously sinned ;
therefore she t is removed : all that honoured
her despise her, because "they have seen her
nakedness : yea, she sigheth, and turneth
backward.

9 Her filthiness is in her skirts ; she ° re-
membereth not her last end ; therefore she
came down wonderfully : p she had no com-
forter. O Lord, behold my affliction : for
the enemy hath magnified himself.

10 The adversary hath spread out his
hand upon 1 all her || pleasant things : for she

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The miserable estate of Jerusalem.



LAMENTATIONS.



hath seen that ■'the heathen entfered into her
sanctuary, whom thou didst command that
' they should not enter into thy congrega-
tion.

11 All her people sigh, Hhey seek bread;
they have given their pleasant things for
meat || to relieve the soul: see, O Lord, and
consider; for I am become vile.

12 H II Is it nothing to you, all ye that
tpass by? behold, and see "if there be any
sorrow like unto my sorrow, which is done
unto me, wherewith the Lord hath afflicted
me in the day of his fierce anger.

13 From above hath he sent fire into my
bones, and it prevaileth against them: he
hath ''spread a net for my feet, he hath
turned me back : he hath made me desolate
and faint all the day.

14 y The yoke of my transgressions is bound
by his hand : they are wreathed, and come
up upon my neck : he hath made my strength
to fall, the Lord hath delivered me into
their hands, from whom I am not able to
rise up.

15 The Lord hath trodden under foot all
my mighty men in the midst of me : he hath
called an assembly against me to crush my
young men: ^the Lord hath trodden || the
virgin, the daughter of Judah, as in a wine-
press.

16 For these things I weep; *mine eye,
mine eye runneth down with water, because
•■the comforter that should t relieve my soul
is far from me : my children are desolate,
because the enemy prevailed.

17 •= Zion spreadeth forth her hands, and
* there is none to comfort her : the Lord
hath commanded concerning Jacob, that his
adversaries should be round about him : Jeru-
salem is as amenstruouswoman among them.

18 IT The Lord is " righteous ; for I have
'rebelled against his f commandment : hear,
I pray you, all people, and behold my sorrow :
my virgins and my young men are gone into
captivity.

19 I called for my lovers, hut f they de-
ceived me : my priests and mine elders gave
up the ghost in the city, >> while they sought
their meat to relieve their souls.

20 Behold, O Lord ; for I am in distress :
my 'bowels are troubled ; mine heart is turn-
ed within me ; for I have grievously rebelled :
^ abroad the sword bereaveth, at home there
Is as death.

21 They have heard that I sigh : ' there is
none to comfort me : all mine enemies have
heard of my trouble ; they are glad that thou
hast done it : thou wilt bring ■" the day that
thou hast II called, and they shall be like
unto me.



Berore
CHRIST

about 583.



rJer. 51.51.

8 Dout. 23.

3.

Neh. 13. 1.

t Jer. 38. 9.
Sl 52. 6.
ch. 2. 12. &
4.4.

II Or

to make the

soul to come

again.

II Or, it is
nothing,
t Hob.
pags by the
wail.
uDaii.9. 12.



X Ezek. 12.
13. Ic 17. 20.



7 Deut 28.

43.



z Tsai. 63. 3.
Bov. 14. 19,
20. & 19. 15.
II Or,
the wine-
press of the
virgin, iS-c.
a Jer. 13.17.
& 14. 17.
ch.2.18.

b ver. 2, 9.
t Hub.
bring bach.



c Jer. 4. 31.
d ver. 2. 9.



c Neh. 9. 33.

Dan. 9. 7,

14.

fl Sum. 12.

14. 1.5.

t Hob.

mouth.



' ver. 2.
ier. 30. 14.



i Job 30. 27.
Isai. 16. 11.
Jer. 4. 19. &
48. 36.
ch. 2. 11.
Hos. 11. 8.
k Deut. 32.
2.5.

Ezek. 7. 15.
1 ver. 2.



m Tsai. 13,
Jer. 46, &c.
proclaimed.



Before
CHRIST

about .588.



n Pa. 109. 15.



ch. 5. 17.



a Matt. 11.

23.

b 2 Sam. 1.

19.

c 1 Chron.

28. 2.

Pa. 90. 5. &

132. 7.

d ver. 17,

21.

cli. 3. 43.



t Hcb.

made to

touch.

e Pa. 89. 39.



f Ps 74. II.
g Pa. 89. 46.



h laai. 63. 10.
ver. 5.



t Heb.
all the desi-
rable of the
eve.

i Ezek. 24.
25.

k ver. 4.
Jer. 30. 14.
I 2 Kings
25. 9.
Jer. 52. 13.



m Ps. 80. 12.

&89.40.

Isai. 5. 5.

II Or,

hedge.

n Isai. 1. 8.

o ch. 1. 4.
Zepli. 3. 18.



t Heb.
shut up.



p Pa. 74. 4.



q 2 ICinga
21. 13.
Isai. 34. 11.

t Hob.

swaUowing

up.



X .Ier. 51.30.

a Deut. 28.

3fi.

2 Kinss 24.

15. &2.-1. 7.

ch. 1.3. a 4.

20.

t 2 Chron.

15. 3.

u Pa. 74. 9.

Ezek. 7.26.



Jerusalem's misery lamented.

22 " Let all their wickedness come before
thee ; and do unto them, as thou hast done
unto me for all my transgressions : for my
sighs are many, and ° my heart is faint.

CHAP. IL

I Jeremiah lamenteth the misery of Jerusalem. 20 He

complaineth thereof to God.

HOW hath the Lord covered the daugh-
ter of Zion with a cloud in his anger,
^and cast down from heaven unto the earth
"'the beauty of Israel, and remembered not
■^his footstool in the day of his anger!

2 The Lord hath swallowed up all the
habitations of Jacob, ''and hath not pitied:
he hath thrown down in his wrath the strong
holds of the daughter of Judah ; he hath
t brought them down to the ground : « he
hath polluted the kingdom and the princes
thereof.

3 He hath cut off in his fierce anger all
the horn of Israel : *"he hath drawn back his
right hand from before the enemy, s and he
burned against Jacob like a flaming fire,
which devoureth round about.

4 •'He hath bent his bow like an enemy :
he stood with his right hand as an adversary
and slew f'all that were pleasant to the eye
in the tabernacle of the daughter of Zion :
he poured out his fury like fire.

5 ^ The Lord was as an enemy : he hath
swallowed up Israel, ' he hath swallowed up
all her palaces : he hath destroyed his strong
holds, and hath increased in the daughter of
Judah mourning and lamentation.

6 And he hath violently ™ taken away his

II tabernacle, " as i/" it were of a garden : he
hath destroyed his places of the assembly:
"the Lord hath caused the solemn feasts and
sabbaths to be forgotten in Zion, and hath
despised in the indignation of his anger the
king and the priest.

7 The Lord hath cast off his altar, he
hath abhorred his sanctuary, he hath t given
up into the hand of the enemy the walls of
her palaces ; p they have made a noise in the
house of the Lord, as in the day of a solemn
feast.

8 The Lord hath purposed to destroy the
wall of the daughter of Zion : i he hath
stretched out a line, he hath not withdrawn
his hand from f destroying : therefore he made
the rampart and the wall to lament ; they
languished together.

9 Her gates are sunk into the ground ; he
hath destroyed and ^ broken her bars: «her
king and her princes are, among the Gentiles :
' the law is no more : her " prophets also find
no vision from the Lord.

10 The elders of the daughter of Zion

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Jeremiah complaineth thereof to God.

* sit upon the ground, and keep silence ; they
have yeast up dust upon their heads: they
have ^girded themselves with sackcloth: the
virgins of Jerusalem hang down their heads
to the ground.

11 "Mine eyes do fail with tears, ''my
bowels are troubled, "my liver is poured upon
the earth, for the destruction of the daughter
of my people ; because ^the children and the
sucklings || swoon in the streets of the city.

12 They say to their mothers, Where is
corn and wine 1 when they swooned as the
wounded in the streets of the city, when
their soul was poured out into their mothers'
bosom.

13 What thing shall I take to witness for
thee ? *what thing shall I liken to thee, O
daughter of Jerusalem? What shall I equal to
thee, that I may comfort thee, O virgin
daughter of Zion ? for thy breach is great
like the sea: who can heal thee?

14 Thy *" prophets have seen vain and
foolish things for thee : and they have not
e discovered thine iniquity, to turn away thy
captivity ; but have seen for thee false bur-
dens and causes of banishment.

15 ''AH that pass t by, ' clap their hands at
thee ; they hiss '' and wag their head at the
daughter of Jerusalem, saying. Is this the
city that men call ' The perfection of beauty.
The joy of the whole earth?

16 ■" All thine enemies have opened their
mouth against thee : they hiss and gnash the
teeth : they say, "We have swallowed her up :
certainly this is the day that we looked for ;
we have found, ° we have seen it.

17 The Lord hath done that which he
had p devised; he hath fulfilled his word
that he had commanded in the days of old :
1 he hath thrown down, and hath not pitied :
and he hath caused thine enemy to ■■ rejoice
over thee, he hath set up the horn of thine
adversaries.

18 Their heart cried unto the Lord, O
"wall of the daughter of Zion, 'Let tears run
down like a river day and night : give thyself
no rest; let not the apple of thine eye cease.

19 Arise, "cry out in the night: in the
beginning of the watches ''pour out thy
heart like water before the face of the Lord :
lift up thine hands toward him for the life of
thy young children, ythat faint for hunger
'in the top of every street.

20 IF Behold, O Lord, and consider to
whom thou hast done this. ''Shall the women
eat their fruit, and children || of a span long ?
'' shall the priest and the prophet be slain in
the sanctuary of the Lord?

21 "The young and the old lie on the
ground in the streets; my virgins and my



CHAP. III.



Before
CH RIST

nlioul 588.



X Job 2. 13.
Isiii. 3. 26.
ch. 3. 28.
y Job 2. 12.
z fsai. 15. 3.
Ezok. 7. 18.
i 27. 31.

a Ps. 6. 7.
ch. 3. 4B, &c.
b cb. 1.20.
c Job 16. 13.
I'b. 22. 14.



d Tpr. 19.
ch. 4. 4.
II Or, fainu



e ch. 1. 12.
Dan. §. 13.



rjiir.2.8.fc
5. 31. & 14.
14. & 23. 16.
& 27. 14. 4;
29. 8, 9.
Ezek. 13. 2.
g Isai. 58. 1.



h 1 Kinn

9.8.

Jcr. 18. 16.

Nab. 3. 19.

t Heb. by

the way.

i Ezek. 25.

6.

k 2 Kinsa

19. 21.

Ps. 44, 14.

1 Pb. 48. 2.

& 50.2.

m Job 16. 9,

10.

Ps.Z!.]3.

ch. 3. 46.

n Fs. 56. 2.



o Ps. 35. 21.



p Lev. .26.
16, &c.
DeuL 28. 15,
&c,

q ver. 2.

r Ps. 38. 18.
& 89. 42.



3 ver. 8.

t Jer. 14. 17.

ch. 1. 16.



u Ps. 119.

147.

X Ps. 62. 8.



y ver. 11.

7. Isai. 51.

20.

ch. 4. 1.

Nab. 3. 10.

a Lev. 26.

29.

Dcut. 28. 53.

Jer. 19. 9.

cb. 4. 10.

Ezok. 5. 10.

II Or,

swaUfllcd

with their

hands.

b cb. 4. 13,

16.

2 Chroo.

36. 17.



Berore
CHRIST

about 588.



d ch. 3. 43.



o Ps. 31.13.
Jnr. 6.25.&
40. 5.



r Hos. 9. 13,
13.



a Job 16. 8.

b Ps. 51. a

Isai. 38. 13.
Jer. 5U. 17.



c Ps. 88. 5,
6. & 143. 3.



A Job 3. 23.
& 19. 8.
Hoi. 2. 6.

e Job 30. 20.
Ps. 22. 2.



f Job 10. 16.
Isai. 38. 13.
Hos. 5. 14.
& 13. 7, 8.



E Hos. 6. 1.



h Job 7. 20.



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