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AN ILLUSTRATED




COMPRISING ITS

ANTIQUITIES, BIOGRAPHY. GEOGRAPHY,

AND

NATURAL HISTORY,

WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS, ALL ENGRAVED EXPRESS-

LT FOR THIS WORK.

EDITED BY WILLIAM SMITH, LL. D.

CLASSICAL EXAMIXBR OT THE CSIVERSITY Or LONDOX



This work is universally admitted, by all who are competent to
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comprehensive, as to leave little to be desired in the department of
which it treats.

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the million of Bible readers and students of our land.

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It contains every name in the Bible and Apocrypha of which any
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every name in the Scriptures of which explanation or illustration is
required. It describes every animal, bird, and insect and reptile, every

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plant and every mineral, every implement and domestic utensil men-
tioned or alluded to in the Bible. It gives an account of the manners
and customs, costumes, habitations, laws, civil and ecclesiastical an-
tiquities of the Jews and surrounding nations. It also embraces ge-
ographical descriptions of the Holy Land and other countries, according
to the most recent and accurate surveys; and includes a history and
analysis of each of the Books of the Bible ; biographical sketches of
the Writers and of all other Scripture Characters ; while very many
of the longer articles, being the results of the most finished scholar-
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THE DEVOTIONAL AND PRACTICAL

POLYGLOT! FAMILY BIBLE,



CONTAINING THI



OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS,

WITH THE MARGINAL READINGS, AND A FULL AND ORIGINAL SELECTION OF REFERENCES

TO PARALLEL AND ILLUSTRATIVE PASSAGES, ARRANGED IN A

MANNER HITHERTO UNATTEMPTED.

Together with a Concordance : A Careful Index to the Bible, in which every Difficult

Word is explained.

ALSO, A FAMILY RECORD, MANY USEFUL TABLES AND VALUABLE TREATISES, DESIGNED TO PRO-
MOTE AND FACILITATE THE DEVOTIONAL STUDY OF THE HOLY BCRIPTUKES.

IT is the belief of the Publishers that the Devotional and Practical
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I. The Preface.

II. Order of the Books of the Old and New Testaments.

III. A Critical Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures,
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of the Pentateuch ; by Rev. Joseph A. Warne.

IV. Treatises on the Correct Interpretation of the Writings in
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Y. Table showing at one view which of the Patriarchs were
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hand down from Adam to Isaac (a period of 2,158 years) the particu-
lars of the Creation and Fall of Man.

VI. A Chronological Harmony of the Scripture Histories, and
of the Fulfillment of its Predictions.

VII. Tables of the Measures, Weights, Moneys, and Times, men-
tioned in Scripture, with an Appendix to the second table of Measures
of Surface described by Moses.



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Saviour's Life ; of the Important Events of Profane History during the
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Holy Scriptures, and forming a complete Bible Gazetteer.'

XVII. A new and complete General Index of the Bible, in which
the various Places, Persons, and Subjects mentioned in it are accurately
referred to, and every difficult word briefly explained.

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New Testaments, by which all of the principal texts of the Scrip-
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ZEIDITIOICsr.



THE LIFE AND EPISTLES



OF



EMBRACING

A Graphic and Eloquent Delineation of the Early Life, Education, Conversion, Teach-
ings, Labors, Travels, Sufferings, Perils, Persecutions, and Missionary Career of
St. Paul, thus constituting a Living Picture of the Great Apostle himselfj
and of the circumstances by which he was surrounded.

BT
Rev. W. J. CONYBEARE, M. A.,

LATE FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,

AND

JRev, J. S. HOWSON, D. D.

PRINCIPAL OF THE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTION, LIVERPOOL,
With a Preliminary Dissertation by

Rev. LEONARD BACON, D. D.,

PBOFESSOB OF EEVEALED THEOLOGY IN YALE COLLEGE.



This work delineates the early life, education, conversion, teachings
and labors of a man, whose writings are now engaging more thought,
calling forth more learned discussion, and more powerfully impressing
the mind and heart of the age, than those of any other author, ancient or
modern, inspired or uninspired. Jesus said of Paul, " He is a chosen
vessel unto me," and the Scripture biography before us shows the won-
derful care which God took in preparing that vessel before He filled it
with his grace and set it apart for the Master's special use in His great
house. Grand intellectual powers, united with a pure and loving heart,
and a life filled with strange, heroic, and self-sacrificing adventures,
made St. Paul the most wonderful man of all the ages. No better sub
ject could be found for a biography, nor any better men selected to pre-
pare it. The work faithfully portrays, in a very fresh and life-like
manner, the character and doings of one of earth's noblest heroes.

This work contributes more to the correct understanding of St Paul's
Epistles, and to a thorough apprehension of his unparalleled character
of the communities upon which he labored, of the countries through
which he traveled, of the chief characters whom he met, both friend
and foe, of his personal hopes and fears, of his temporary failures

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and permanent triumphs, than any other one volume. The scenes of
his early youth ; the character of the school in which he was educated ;
the habits of private life then prevalent; the principles which actuated
him, and developed that intellectual character, and made him the fore-
most reasoner of the world, are all represented in a style which lends
a charm to the work, at once pleasing and instructive, and makes it
truly a " People's Edition." It embodies more information concerning
ancient and Eastern life ; carries the reader more agreeably and irresis-
tably into the times and scenes of Paul's life ; and illustrates better
that large part of the New Testament which he wrote than any other
book in biblical literature. It brings more learning, and the results of
more biblical, geographical, and ethnological research than any other
work, to bear in making interesting the life, and elucidating the writings
of him who was, not only the great Apostle to the Gentiles, but also
the great Theologian of the whole Bible, whose name is second to no
other human name in the history of the Church of God. It throws a
flood of light on the character, travels, missionary labors and writings
of the great Apostle, and throws open that wonderful period of the
world's history as no other work has ever done. The reader is borne
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and labors, and at every point is delighted and instructed. It is as fas-
cinating as any story can be, and yet it is true to life and Bible History.
The prodigious learning and power, and beauty of style, do not consti-
tute its highest praise. This is found in its moral and religious spirit,
in its pre-eminent Christian candor and impartiality, in its solemn ear-
nestness for historic truth, and its manly and unvascillating faith in the
doctrines proclaimed by the fearless subject of its biography. It is every
way a masterly and unrivalled work, and so wholly worthy its subject
in all the manner of its performance, that it is not saying too much to
pronounce it a fitting tribute to the greatness of the Great Apostle.

The preliminary dissertation by Dr. Bacon, gives it additional value,
and helps further to understand the character of the great Apostle, and
the scenes of the early triumphs of the Gospel. His abilities, studies
and travel, eminently fit him for the service he thus renders.

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LAWS OF BUSINESS



WITH

Forms and Directions for all Transactions 5

CONTAINING CHAPTERS ON

Commercial Law in General, on Infants or Minors, Married Women and their
Rights. Sales, Guaranty, Payment Notes and Bills of Exchange, Agency,
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and other Carriers, Patents, Copyrights, Statute of Limitations, In-
terest and Usury, Bankruptcy, Shipping, Marine, Fire and Life
Insurance, Deeds of Land, Mortgages of Land, Mortgages
of Personal Property, Leases, Liens of Mechanics and
Material Men, Pensions for Soldiers and Sailors,
the Recovery of Debts, Wills, Executors
and Administrators, Guardians, the
Stamp Act, and other topics.

By THEOPHILUS PARSONS, LL. D.,

Professor of Law in Harvard University, Cambridge, and Author of Treatises on the Law of Con-
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Notes and BUls of Exchange, on the Law of Insurance, and
on tlie Law of Shipping and Admiralty.

The growing intelligence and mental activity of the American people, has,
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years in the study, practice, and teaching of the law, and the preparation of Law*
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Mortgage, a Warranty, a Petition, an Affidavit, a Release, a Power of Attorney,
Patent Forms, and every kind of Legal Instrument.

The FORMS have been prepared from an extensive collection made by the
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that can arise.

IS ESSENTIAL



IT

Every Farmer,
Every Manufacturer,
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TO

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The Oldest and the Newest Empire:

CHINA UNITED STATES.

Embracing a Geographical and Historical Description of the Empire

of China and its Inhabitant*; a View of Chinese Immigration to the United States,

and its Influence upon our National Interests and Public

and Domestic Institutions.

BY WILLIAM SPEER, D.D.,-

Corresponding Secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Education ; formerly Missionary in China,
and to the Chinese in California.



THE recent remarkable events growing out of a change in the international
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Having spent several years in China, Dr. SPEER afterwards, in 1852, estab-
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