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116 Heath, whether a vegetable, or wid'ass ? Jer. xvii 48 186

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77

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Fountain, not mist, Gen. ii 5

Ham, Noah's prediction concerning, Gen. ix

21
Fowl, strange rendering of, Lev, xi

52

his posterity Africans, and slaves, ibid. Vide
rather wild game, 1 Kings, iy
89 also for the country occupied by his sons

ibid
Foxes, rather Jackalls, Judges xv

75 Hamath, or “entering in,” recovered by Jeroboam,
not tied tail to tail by Samson
420 Acts xxviii, Map

357
Also, Cant. Ü

140 Haram, station of Abraham, Jacob, &c. Acts xxviii ibid
Frogs, multiplication of, Exod. viii
32 Hare, arneb of Hebrew, Levit. xi

47
abundant in Egypt

411
unclean, why, Levit. xi

237
Fruits, &c. of Sinai, Exod. xiii

226 Hart panting for water, struck on coins, Psalm xlii 122
Furnace, kinds of, used in Egypt, Exod. v
220 Hawk, what, Levit. xi

49
fiery, import of the Chaldee name, probably

why unclean, Levit. xi

237
open, illustrated by an antiquity in Syria, Dan. iii 330 Heart, evil, rather heavy, Prov. XXV

131
Gabish, uncertain what, Job xxviii
Gadfly, vide Flies
408 Heaven, its parts, Gen. il

1
Galatia, whether “ field” and “ hilly,” Acts xxviii. 356 Heifer, the red, Numb. xix

63
Galbanum, what, Exod. xxx

45

ploughing with, import of, Judges xiv
Gall, not a vegetable but an animal juice, how refer Hemlock, Rash, Hos. x, p. 163. Also

390
red to vegetables, Deut. xxix, p. 68. Also, xxxiii 69 Hemorrhoids, disease of the Philistines, 1 Sam. v
Gannet, unclean bird, Levit. xi

240
Deut. xxviii

68
Garden, its productions, Cant. iv

141 Henbane, its properties
Garlic, of Egypt, Numb. x, p. 61. Also

397 Al-Henna, the copher of Cant. i 14, stains the hands, &c. 398
Gazam, palmer worm, Joel i
164 Herbs, bitter, Exod. xii

37
Gazelle, tzebi, Cant. ii 7, 9, p. 139. Also,
416 Heron, what, Levit. xi

31
Gecko, description and manners of, Deut. xxxii 249 Hiran, or coarse carpet on the back of a camel, Gen.
Also, Lizards

411
xxxi

217
Genii, Lares, Dii Penates, Teraphim, Gen. xxxi 211 Hind, ail, associated with the Ibex, 1 Sam. xxiv 79
Geographical Illustrations of Scripture Histories, Honey, conjecture why not offered in sacrifice, 2
Acts xxviii, Map
356 Kings, i 2

267
Georgium Sidus, planet, Gen. i 1

1
sent into Egypt by Jacob, Gen. xliii

29
Giant Goliath, his armour, 1 Sam. xvii

79

how sucked out of the rock, Deut. xxxii 69
Haraphah, perhaps an officer, 2 Sam. xxi 88

danger in eating to excess of, Prov. XXV 131
Gilgal, or quarries, stones of remembrance, their

flowing

408
kinds, Judg. iii

250

its kinds, bee honey, palm honey, Matth. ili 173
Glory, difference of among the stars, 1 Cor. xv 186 Hoopoe, unclean bird, Levit. xi

241
Gnat, cinnim, rather than lice, the miracle, Exod. iv 33 Horeb, Mount, accounts of, Exod. xxiv

232
Also, viji, p. 34. Their multitudes

408 Hornets, instances of people expelled by, Exod. xxiii 43
natural history of, Exod. viii

222 Horn nosed snake. Vide Cerastes, Gen. xlix 17 371
konops of wine, Matth. xxiii
177 Horses, generous, Hab. i, p. 168. Also

415
Rabbinical account of

ibid Horse leech, difficulties concerning, Prov. xxx 132
Goat, wild, acco, Dr. Shaw's account of it, Deut. xiv 65 Horse shoes, whether used anciently? Isai. v

145
rock, vide Ibex, Job xxxix

274 Hours, distribution of, at the Crucifixion, Matth. xxvii 177
nimbleness of, 1 Sam. xxiv

79 Houses, winter and summer, rather alcove. Vide
rocks of, David hunted on
80 Courts of Palaces, Esth. i

269
taish, Prov. xxx

133
of the temple, what, i Chron. xxviii

106
Gold, good, Gen. ii 12

13 Husks, carob-trees, Luke xv, p. 179. Vide also,
prepared by David, i Chron. xxix
107 John Baptist.

173
Golden images sent by the Philistines, 1 Sam. vi 77 | Hyæna, its manners, whe her the sheeb? not the
Goliath, giant, his armour, 1 Sam. xyii
79 “ speckled bird,” Jer. xii 9, p. 323.

417
Goose, whether unclean ? Levit. xi
240 Hyssop, Exod. xii p. 37. Also,

390
kinds of

414 Ialek, caterpillar, Psalm cv. p. 127. Also, Joel i 164
Gopher wood, Noah's ark made of, Gen. vi

17 Ibex, iolim, where mentioned, its natural history,
Gourd of Jonah, occasions an accusation of heresy,

names, and manners, dimensions of its horns,
probably the Keroa, or Palmi Christi, Jonah iv 167 not the chamois, Job xxxix

274
Gourds, kinds of, &c.

397 female, associated with hind, Psalm xxix 121
Grafting, art of, illustrated, Rom. ix
184 calves prematurely by thunder

ibid
Grapes, many kinds of, some without stones, Gen. Idols, red and gray, near Balk. Vide Baal, Amos v 336
xlix

30 Jerakun, disease in corn, occasioned by a blighting
of Eshcol, Numb. xiii
62 wind

42
Talmudical description of

ibid Image, golden, of Nebuchadnezzar, compared, Dan. ji 16!
of gall, what, Deut. xxxii
69 Incense, what, Exod. xxx

45
Grass, its productions, distinctions, &c. Gen. i ll, 12 8 Indigo, its preparation

393
Grasshopper,

409 Inkhorn, how carried and used, figure of, from Dr.
Greyhound, uncertainty of, Prov. xxx

133
Pococke, Ezek. ix

328
Guinea worm, produces disease, Job iv
114 Insects, bred in manna, Exod xvi

35
Hail, miracle of, in Egypt, Exod. iv, p. 33. Also, ix 34 Ivory, from whence brought, 1 Kings, *

95
stones, Josh. x

71

throne of, Solomon's

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Ivory, its description, first mention of, perhaps Lares, or Teraphim, Gen. xxxi 30

212
known to Joseph in Egypt. Vide Elephant, Lentils, 2 Sam. xvii

86
1 Kings, x
265 Leopard, nimmer, Isaiah xi

146
Jackalls, rather than foxes, Judges xv, p. 75. Also, Leprosy of Naaman cured, 2 Kings, v

102
Cant. ii p. 140. Also, Matth. viii

175

its distinctions, modern observations on,
description of, from professor Gmelin,

Levit. xiii

54
Psalm lxüi 10
286 in the house, Levit. xiv

55
Jacob's Stone, at Bethel, vide Gilgal, Judges iii 19 252 Letters, Eastern, their nature, distinctions, open, seal-
management of his sheep, Gen. xxx
27 ed, figure of, Nehem. vi

268
Japheth, the enlarger, how enlargeci, Gen. ix
28 Leviathan, Psalm lxxiv

125
countries occupied by his sons

ibid
crooked, Isaiah xxvii

149
Jaundice, jerakun, Deut. xxviii

strait, p. 150. Vide Zygæna

410
Jealousy, water of, instance in Africa
60 Lice, vide Gnats, Exod. viii

34
Jebusite insults David, 2 Sam. V
83 Life, animal, produced, Gen. i 20

8
Jehoshaphat, valley of

436 - tree of, Gen. ii
Jerboa, akbar ? kinds of, &c. Vide Saphan, Prov. Light, effects of, Gen. i

4
XXX 26

290 Lights, torch, taper, lamps, wedding processions,
Jericho, walls of, fall, Josh. vi

Matth. xxv 6

346
Jeroboam's hand withered, 1 Kings, xiii
97 Lign Aloes, Numb. xxiv, p. 64. Also

403
Jerusalem, history of,
437 Lily, susanah, Cant. ii, p. 138. Also

391
government of
444 of the field, Matth. vi

175
445 Lions, several kinds of, Judah compared to, Gen. xlix 30
Jewish explanation of Ass's foal, Gen. xlix

mentioned, Job iv

114
-ideas of strearrs of Manna, Exod. xvi
38 shachall, rather serpent, Psalm xci

126
the grapes of Eshcol, Numb. xiii 62 cephir, probably a serpent, Psalm xci

ibid
the raiment which did not grow old,
whelps, improperly rendered, Job xxviii

118
Deut. viii
64 Also, Ezek. xix

158
Job, book of, a poem
112 bearded, 1 Sam. xvii

79
his substance, p. 113. His disease, whether

hunted, Job x

117
the small-pox?

114 deliverance from, resembling Daniel's, Dan. vi 162
John Baptist, his clothing, Matth. iii
173 Lizards, list of, Levit. xi

53
His food, locusts and honey, what kind ?

ibid
by M. Forskall

411
Jonah, thoughts on his phraseology

165
gecko, Deut. xxxii 32, p. 248. Also

ibid
unlucky in Jewish commentators

166
flying, vide Dragon, Rev. xii

366
Joram's disease, 2 Chron. xxi
108 Locks of Doors, Cant. v 4

299
fordan, passage of, Josh. jii
70 Locust, arbeh, goes forth by bands, Prov. XXX

133
its banks and swellings
ibid Locusts, miracle of, Exod. x

35
Jadah compared to lions, Gen. xlix

30

species of, as arranged by M. Forskall 408
Juniper, whether the broom, 1 Kings xix

98
Vide on Levit. xi

52
Also

395, 396 Locust, migratory, accounts of some seen in England,
Jupiter, planet, Gen. i.

1 manners, transformations of, illustrations of Joel
Kedem, the ancient Bactriana,“ beyond the river,"

i. whether the quails, Exod. xvi 13. how resem-
Acts xxviji

357 bling an old man. Also, on Rev. ix, various names
Kesem Kesamim, a mode of witchcraft, Deut. xviii 66 of, Rev. xi 20, explanation of their parts, not
Keura, a fragrant tree
403 grasshoppers, Joel ii

33%
Keys of locks, Cant. v 4
299 Locust bird, whether the shelavim? Exod. xyi

41
Kid, Isaiah xi

146
their history in part

42
King, rather speaking than fighting, Prov. xxx 133 Logos, notion of Philo Judeus respecting, 1 Sam. vi
Kingfisher, unclean, Levit. xi

241 | Lots, how cast, Prov xvi 33, singular instance of man-
K'osks, see Towers, Cant. viii
300

287
Kite, why unclean, Levit. ix

239
two manners of casting, Jonah i

166
Kneading troughs, figure and explanation of, Exod. Lot's wife, in what sense a pillar, Gen. xix
xii, p. 224. Vide also Exod. viii
34 Love potions, Deut. xviii

66
Knives of Stone, Josh. v
71 Luminaries, their influences, and offices, Gen. i

7
Knowledge, tree of, Gen. ii
14 Mallow, what, Job xxx

119
Korah punished by an earthquake, wherein miracu Man, his formation, Gen. i 24

10
lous, Numb. xvi
62 person compared to a fortress, Eccles. xii

136
Lamb, paschal, its qualities, Exod. xii

37 Manati, manners of, instance of a tame one. Vide
Lamia. Vide Tannim, Lam. iv

324
tannim, Lam. iv

325
Lamps, of what kind, Judg: xv. p. 75. Perhaps matches 420 Mandrakes, vide Dudaim, Cant. vii 13, p. 144. Also, 391

of copper, with wicks of linen. Vide Wed Manna, history of its modern production and proper-
ding Processions, Matth. xxxvi

346
ties, Exod. xvi

38
Lanterns of linen, distinct from camps, represen Mantle, or murlin, part of dress in the East, Isaiah iii 18 307
tations of, John xviii
355 Map of Paradise, Gen. ii

190
Lap, lots cast into. Vide Prov. xvi 33, p. 287. Also,

from Suez to Sinai, Exod. xii-xix

226
Jonah i

166 Maps, antiquity of, used by Joshua, Moses, perhaps
Lapwing, or Hoopoe, Levit. si

51 by Abraham, Josh. xviii

262

agement in

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188

69
391
115
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214

307

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160

59
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59
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254
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69
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Marah, desert of, described by Dr. Shaw and Niebuhr, Night hawk, what, Levit. xi
Exod. xii-xix

226

entirely excluded, Rey. xxi
Mark, struck by lightning, Job xxx

119

shade, deadly, what, Deut. xxxi
Matches, or lamps,

420

various kinds of, their properties
Mars, planet, Gen. i

1 Nile, called a sea, Job vii
Mazzaroth, Job xxxviii

120 Nitre, natron, its properties, Prov. XXV
Medals, illustrations of Noah's ark by, Gen. vi

Also, Jer. Ü
Mercury, planet, Gen. i

1 Noah's prophetic predictions concerning his sons,
Meribah Kadesh, vide Mount Sinai, Exod. xiii--xix 226 Gen. ix, p. 21. How fulfilled
Mermaid, vide tannim, Lam. iv

324 Nose jewels, ornaments of dress, whether generally
Michal deceives Saul's messengers by the Teraphim,

worn in Arabia ? how resembling a jewel of gold
Gen. xxxi 32

in a swine's snout, Isaiah iii 18
Migration of birds, Jer. viii, p. 154, what birds mi Numbers, mode of notation, uncommon, Numb.
grate at Constantinople, p. 413, at Loheia

414 Also, Ezek. xlv
Mildew, a disease of corn, Amos iv, p. 165. Vide also 422

in the caravan of Israel, Numb.
Military machines, what, 2 Chron. xxvi

108

of chronology, with remarks
Mill for grinding corn, extant in Scotland, worked by

of the men of Bethshemesh smitten
two women, who sing meanwhile; laws respect-

of the Assyrians destroyed
ing; explaining several Scriptures, Matth. ü 18 344

of the camp and tribes of Israel
Millet, its fertility

391 | Nuts. Vide Walnuts
Miracles in Egypt, their nature and order, Exod. iv 32 Oannes, his appearances, form, &c. Vide Dagon, 1
some of the water, others of the air

33 Sam. V
Miraculous supply of water, 2 Kings, üi

100 Oat, little known in the East
Mixtures of cattle and seed, Levit. xix

56 Ob, consulters of, Numb. xviii
Also, Deut. xxii

67 Oil carried into Egypt, Gen. xxxvii
rules concerning, among the Jews

ibid

green, what, Psalm xcii
Model of a building, its parts, &c. i Chron. xxviii 106 anointing, its composition, Exod. xxx
Mole, its nature and form, Levit. xii

247 out of the rock, how, Deut. xxxii
Moloch. Vide Amos y 26

336 multiplied by Elisha, 2 King's, iv
Monkey kinds

415 - whether applied medically in anointing the sick,
Mordecai walks before the palace, informs Esther of

James v
Haman's plot, Esth. ii

110 Osh, or aish, Job ix. p. 115. Also xxxviii
Mortar, how made in the East, Ezek. xiii

188 | Olive, sprig, brought by the dove, Gen. viii
Moth, osh, Job iv, p. 114. Also, Psalm xxxix 122 Onion, an Egyptian plant, Numb. xi
Also, Matth. vi

175

kinds of
how distinguished from butterflies; clothes Onyx stone, its colour, Gen. ii 12
moth

409

prepared by David, 1 Chron. xxix
Mother, to defame, highly provoking, 1 Sam. XI 79 shell, or onycha, what, Exod. xxx
Mourning of women at Ramah, Matth. ü 18

342 Ophir, inquiries relating to, 1 Kings, x
Mouse, rather jerboa, Levit. xi

52 Ospray, what, Levit. xi
Vide also, Saphan, Prov. xxx 36

290

--- or sea eagle, why unclean, Levit. xi
Mugwort, hoary

391 Ossifrage, what, Levit. xi
Mulberry-trees? 2 Sam. v

84 Ostrich, its place, Levit. xi
kinds of

403

why unclean, Levit. xi
Mules of Anah, Gen. xxxvi, p. 28. Also

415 Orion, Job ix, p. 116. Also, xxxviii
Music alleviates Saul's melancholy, 1 Sam. xvi 78 Owl, what, Levit. xi
soothing effects of, 2 Kings, iii

100 little, great, ibid
Musical Instruments, of fir, 2 Sam. vi, p. 84. Also 402 rather ostrich, Job xxx
Mustaby, what, courts of, palace, Esth. i 6

271

screech, why unclean, Levit. xi
Mustard, tree of, Matth. xiii

176

lilith, Isaiah xxxiv
Myrrh, Gen. xxxvii, p. 28. Also

403

jansuph, ibid
and aloes, mixture of, John xix

180

great, kippuz, ibid
Naboth. Vide Baal, Amos v

340

cus, Psalın cii
Naked, slightly dressed, Mark xiv

179 Ox, wild, tau, what, extract from Dr. Shaw, concern-
Nard, vide Spikenard, Cant. iv

142 ing, Deut. xiv, p. 65. Also Isaiah li
Naphtali compared to a hind, how he giveth goodly

bekar, Isaiah xi, p. 146. Also
words, his fertile country, Gen. xlix 21

218 Oxen, fat, 1 Kings, iv
Nebuchadnezzar, his derangement, food, restoration,

from the pasturc, ibid
Dan. iv

161 Painting the face, what, 2 Kings, ix
his dream of succeeding empires Palace of Ahasuerus, courts of, Esther ii
illustrated, Acts xxviii, Map

362 Also Esth, i
Necoth, spicery, Gen. xxxvii

28 Palm-tree, Exod. xv, p. 38. Also
Nephah, a kind of sieve, perhaps coarse, extract from

very tall, Cant. vii
bishop Lowth concerning, Exod. v

221 Palmer worm, gazam, Joel i
Nettles, rather brier, or bramble, Job xxx

119 Paran, or Pharan, desert of, valley of, has water, yields
Also, Zeph. ii, p. 168. Also, named ironically 391 fruits, &c. Exod. xiii-xix
kemush, Isaiah xxxiv

152 ' Paradise, its properties, situation, &c. Gen. ii

186
120
20
61
398

13
107
45
93
48
238
48
49
237
120

50
ibid

237
152
ibid
ibid
126

153
416

89
ibid
104
1!0
269
403

164

227

98

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Paradise, inquiries respecting, its rivers, &c. Indian Radid, or veil, part of dress in the East, Isaiah iii 18 308

190
account of, Map, Gen. ii
Raiment, how waxed not old, Deut. viii

64
106
Parts of buildings, 1 Chron. xxviii

Rain in wheat harvest, 1 Sam. xii

77
80
Partridge, sitteth on eggs not its own, 1 Sam. xxvi

foretold to Ahab, by Elijah, 1 Kings, xviii
Passage of the children of Israel
423 Raven, sent out of the ark, Gen. xviii

20
Paul, St. his journey from Jerusalem to Damascus,

why unclean, Levit. xi

239
his circuit from Antioch, his journey from

its kinds, Levit. xi, p. 49. Also

413
Antioch to Jerusalem, his circuit through Ravens feed Elijah, how, 1 Kings, xvii

97
Galatia and Phrygia, why he could not enter

mutilate the dead, Prov. xxx

132
Asia, his Epistle to the Galatians supposed to be Ray, fish, the fume of its eggs used medicinally 410
written on this journey, his voyage to Rome, Red chalk, used by ancient statuaries in delineating
Acts xxviii, Map
360 the human figure, Isaiah xliv 7

321
Peace among animals, Isaiah xi
147 Red Sea, passage of, Exod. xiii

37
Peacocks, 1 Kings, I

95
jam suph, or weedy sea, Exod. xiii

226
Pearls, great value of, Matth. xxii

176 Reed, or cane, its kinds; some grow in the Nile, oth-
Pelican, kaat, unclean, Levit. xi

50 ers do not; whether the bulrush of Moses, of
Also, Psalm cii, p. 126. Also
413 Job, and Isaiah

392
Penates, or teraphim, Gen. xxxi 30. Vide also, Gen.

sweet smelling

393
XXX 34

212 Reem, rhinoceros, difficulties attending this subject,
Pendants, ornaments of dress, Isaiah iii 18

306 translation of Michaelis's question, No. 46. ex-
Perfume, sacred, its composition, Exod. xxx

45 tract from Mr. Scott, who supposcs it the wild
Persians produce their women in public, Esth. ii 111 bull, extract from Mr. Parkhurst in support of
Peten, Isaiah xi, p. 147. Also, Bætæn

411 the same opinion, whether the arnee? double
its hole, or maculæ, Isaiah xi

147 horned, known to the Romans, passage of Mar-
Pine-tree, Isaiah xli

153 tial illustrated; also, of Pausanias, manners of,
branches, what, Nehem. viii
109 Job xxxix 9

282
Pinnacle of the temple, rather balcony, Matth. iv 174 Remora, manners of, Echeneis

410
Pithdah, topaz, Job xxviii
118 Rent in the rock, Matth. xxviii

348
Pistachia. Vide Terebinthus

404 Reptiles, poisonous, not serpents, their venom, the
Plagues of Egypt, Exod. viii, p. 33. Also, Psalm av 128 gecko, Deut. xxxü 7

248
Plane, tool, rather squares, Isaiah xlvi

321 Resurrection, at the crucifixion, not of the patriarchs,
Planets, system of, Gen. i 1
1 Matth. xxvii

178
Plants of Egypt, Numb. xi
61 Retemim, roots used for food, Job xxx

119
festive

420 Rhinoceros, vide Reem, Job xxxix 9, p. 282. Also, 417
used in dyeing
ibid Rib of Adam, its import, Gen. ii 21

13
Platanus-tree, Gen. xxx
27 Rice, its cultivation, Isaiah xxx

151
Also, Ezek. xxxi, p. 159. Also
403 Rings, ornaments of dress, Isaiah iii 18

306
Pleiades, Job ix, p. 115. Also, xxxviii

120 Robe, external part of dress in the East, Isaiah iii 18 307
Poetry, language of, not to be taken literally, Job 112 Rock goat, vide Ibex, Job xxxix 1

274
Pomegranate, description of, Cant. iv
142 Rod of Moses became a nachash, Exod. iv

32
Poplar, the white, Gen. xxx
27 of Aaron became a tannin, Exod. vii

ibid
Porcupine, kephod, rendered bittern, whether found Roebuck, rather the gazelle, Deut. xiv

65
in ruins, in the district about Babylon, kinds of,

Also, 1 Kings, iv

89
in Arabia, Isaiah xiv 23

316 Roe, tzebi, Cant. ii 7, p. 139. Also, Cant ii 9 139
Poseidon. Vide Dagon, 1 Sam. v

254 Roof, not covered with tiles in the East, Esther vii 272
Power on the head of a woman, a veil, 1 Cor. x
184 courts of palaces

269
Also
185 should be rendered awning or covering

272
Productions of Canaan, Numb. xiii
62 Roller, or shagarag, an unclean bird, Levit. xi

241
Prostration, in worship, 2 Sam. viii
264 Rose, its estimation in the East, Cant. üi

138
Provisions of Solomon, 1 Kings, iv

89 kinds of, p. 403. A kind which lasts only one day 403
Pricks, or spurs, whether used in antiquity? to kick Rottenness, rather decay, or atrophy, Hosea v

163
against, proverbial, Acts ix
181 Rue, Matth. xxiii, p. 177. Also

398
Purple, aregaman, what, Cant. iii
140 Rush, goma, Job viii

115
Purse of fragrance, worn in the bosom, Cant. i 138 Rye, curmet, Isaiah xxviii

150
Pythoness of Endor, 1 Sam. xxviii
81 | Saffron, vide Crocus

298
Quails, whether the selavim were quails, or locusts ? Salt become insipid, Matth. v

175
Exod. xvi
40 Samson slays a lion, Judges xiv p. 74. His riddle,

74
or a cloud preparatory to the manna
41 Sandals, modern Turkish, Isaiah iii 18

310
or the locust bird
42 Saphan, unclean, why, Levit. xi

237
Hasselquist's account of

ibid

ashkoko, of Mr. Bruce ? History of the ash-
Queen, unknown in the East, Nehem. ii

109 koko, from Mr. Bruce. Daman Israel of Dr.
difficulties of admitting Nehemiah into com-

Slaw ? Manners of, not the rat, not the jerboa,
ibid Prov. xxx 26

290
Racham, an unclean vulture, Levit. xi
242 Sapphire, Job xxviii

118
Rachel, how she purloined her father's teraphim, Sash, ornament of dress in the East, Isaiah iii 18 308
Gen. xxxi 34
217 'Saturn, the planet, Gen. il

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Satyrs, what, Isaiah xiii

148 Shephiphon, Arab synonyms, rendering of by the LXX
Saul, king of Israel, his disease, 1 Sam, xvi

78

and Samaritan, how it makes the rider of a horse
alleviated by music

ibid

to fall backward, how the tribe of Dan resembled
Scabs, odeb, chares, Deut. xxvüli

68

it. Vide Cerastes, Gen. xlix. 17, p. 371. Vide
Scales, external coat of the eye, from the eyes of Saul,

Serpents, cerastes, p. 411. Dan compared to,
Acts ix
181 Gen. xlix

30
Scarlet, rather doubling, or lining, Prov. xxxi 134 Shittim, wood, probably the acacia, Exod. xxv

43
double dyed, Isaiah i

144 Shoes, clouted with iron and brass, Deut. xxxii 70
Scolopendra, manners of,

405
put off, as a token of respect, Acts vii

180
Scorpion, Deut. viii, p. 65. Also, Ezek. ü

157 made of the skins of seals. Vide Taninim,
its irascibility; described allegorically, yet

Lam. iv 3

325
naturally, Rev. iii
376 Shophetim, crooks ? Psalm 1xviii

124
effects of its sting, Rev. ix
ibid Shovel, for beating mortar, Exod. v

221
whips, 1 Kings, xii, p. 97. Whether repre Shur, desert of, described by Dr. Shaw, Exod. xiii 226
sented on Plate of Slaves? Exod. v

220 Sidinim, vests, part of dress in the East, Isaiah üi 18 307
Scourging, manner of, Exod. v.
ibid | Sieve, several kinds of, Exod. v

221
Sculptors, ancient, their master pieces, exhibition of, Siloe, pool of

435
Isaiah xiiv 7

320 Sin, wilderness of, described by Dr Shaw, Exod. xü 226
Sea, the Nile so called, Job vii

115 Sinai, Mount, greatly elevated, seen from Elim, from
perhaps an inland lake, Job xiy

117 the Red Sea, Exod. xiii, p. 226. Has numerous
monsters, amphibia. Vide Taninim, Lain. iv. 3 324 springs, thoughts on transactions at, Exod. xxiv,

abundance of the, how sucked, Deut. xxxiii 70 p. 231. Baumgarten's account of, and Horeb,
Seal, or phoca, sizes and manners, skin made into

Exod. xxiv, p. 231. Three distinctions of place
shoes. Vide Tannim, Lam. iv 3

324 in, at giving the law by Moses : visited by Elijah;
Seeds sown, attacked by birds, Matth. xüi

176

course of the sun in a day round Mount Sinai,
Sensitive plant, its uses
399 Exod. xxiv, ad fin.

236
Sepia, its manners, adheres very closely
409 Sion, mount of

435
Sepulchre, view of the holy, at Jerusalem, Matth. xxviii 349 Sirens. Vide Taninim, Lam. iv 3
Serpent of Eve, Gen. iii i

15 Sitting, an attitude of worship in the East, 2 Sam. vii 17 264
tempter, nachash, Dan compared to, Gen. xlix 30 Skin, coats of, Gen. iii 21

16
shephiphon, Gen. xlix
31 Sky, spread out, Job xxxvii

120
of brass, Numb. xxi

63 Slaves, Ham's posterity in Africa, extract from Mr.
not “ young lion," Psalm lviii
122 Park concerning, Gen. ix

21, 22
spectacled. Vide Cockatrice, Isaiah xi 14 315

employments of, in the labours of building, in
kinds of, found by Dr. Shaw, in the desert of

the East, Exod. v

220
Arabia
374 Sleep, deep, of Adam, Gen. ii 21

IS
winged, unknown in natural history, refer Slings, military weapons, 2 Chron. xxvi

108
ence to, in Virgil, Isaiah xi 14, p. 314. Also, Slug, or snail ? Psalm lviä

123
Isaiah xiv. p. 148. See also, Dragon, Rev. xii 3 366 Snail, p. 409. A scented shell from

409
ejects venom, some very large, swallow deer Snake, horn nosed. Vide Cerastes, ad fin. Gen. xlix 17 374
whole, sea serpents, their size, devour men, Soap plant, Jer. ii 22, p. 154. Also

393
crooked serpent. Vide Dragon, Rev. xii ibid Sodom, destruction of, Gen. xix, p. 26. probably a
various kinds of, thought by Mr. Bruce to be

volcano
the cerastes only. Vide Cerastes, Gen. xlix 17 371 Solomon's provisions, 1 Kings, iv
charming of, Psalm lviii, p. 122. Also, Eccles.

principles of botany, &c. what, 1 Kings,
X, p. 136. Also, Cerastes, Gen. xiix
ibid xiv

383
kinds of, p. 411. Antidotes to venom of,

pays Hiram, king of Tyre, in oil, &c.

90
note concerning

411 Solstices, whether known to Solomon, Eccles. i 155
Sesamum, whether the missing vegetable in Isaiah Sons of God, its import, Gen, vi 2

16
xxviii 25, p. 150. Also,

393 Sparrow, tzippor, Psalm lxxxiv, p. 125. Also, Psalm
Shachal, probably a serpent, not a lion, Psalm xci

126
cii, p 126. Also, Matth. x

176
Sheba, queen of, her history from Bruce, 1 Kings, x 90 | Spelt, a species of corn

389
Sheeb, or mad wolf, whether the hyæna, Jer. ii 9 323 Spicery, going to Egypt, what, Gen. xxxvii

28
Sheep, kinds of, Gen. xii, p. 25. Also, xxx
27 Spider, uncertainties concerning, Prov. XXX

133
broad tailed, Exod. xxix

Also, Malachii

169
cheese, rather than sheep, 2 Sam. xyii

87
kinds of

405
Shediphun, a mildew or wind
421 Spies, whether observers ? i Cor. xv

186
Shekel, strange manner of counting up, Ezek. xlv 159 Spikenard, several kinds of, account of, by Dr.
Shekinah, whether an electric appearance ? Exod. iii 32 Blane; of another kind, by sir William Jones,
Shem, his blessing by Noah, Gen. ix, p. 21, whether

botanical observations on, by Dr. Roxburgh ; its
Melchisedec? quits Kedem for Canaan, suppos-

fragrance, Cant. iv
ed authority of his character, as a king, as a priest, Spitting in the face, extract from Mr. Hanway, de-
how compared to Jesus Christ, accounts of his

scribing, Isaiah í

IS3
perpetuity, priesthood, &c. from India, Gen. xiv 203 Spring, season, description of, Cant. ü

139
countries occupied by his sons, Gen. ix

23

fountain, shut up, its import, Cant iv
Shemamah, shemamith, whether the fly? Prov. xxx, Square, not an instrument, but a scale, used in pro-
p. 133. Vide also, Mal. i

169 portioning human figures, Isaiah xliv 7

26
89

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