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giveth thee, and thou succeedest enemies before me, as the breach through thy name will we tread them, and dwullest in their cities of waters. Therefore he called them under that rise up aguinst and in their houses.
the name of that place Baal-pera- uk. Deut. xx, 4. For the LORD your' zim.
Ps. 1x, 12. Through God wo God is he that goeth with you, to 2 Kings xill, 5. And the LORD' shall do valiantly; for he it is that fight for you' against your gave Israel a saviour, so that they shall tread down our enemies. enemies, to save you. went out from under the hand of
Ps. cxviii, 10, 11, 13. All nations Josh. xi, 16, 21. $0 Joshua took the Syriaus: and the children of compassed me about: but in the all tliat land, the bills, and all the Israel dwelt in their tents, as name of the Lord will I destroy south country, and all the land of beforetime.
them. They compassed me about; Goshen, and the valley, and the 2 Chron. xlv, 12, 13. So the LORD yea, they compassed me about: plain, and the mountain of Israel, smote the Ethiopians before Asa, but in the name of the LORD I will and the valley of the same. And and before Judan; and the Ethio' destroy them. Thou hast thrust at that time came Joshua, and pians fled. And Asa, and the sore at me, that I might full; but cut off the Anakims from the people that were with him, pur- the LORD helped me. mountains; from Hebron, from sued them unto Gerar: and the Ps. cxliv, 10. It is he that giveth Debir, from Anab, and from all Ethiopians were overthrown, that salvation unto kiogs: who deliverthe mountains of Judah, and from theycould not recover themselves; eth David his servant from the all the Inountains of Israel: for they were destroyed before burtful sword. Joshua destroyed them utterly the LORD, and before his host: and with their cities. they carried away very much
Heb. xi, 32, 33. And what shall
I more say? for the time would Josh. xiv, 10-12. And now, be- spoil.
fail me to tell of Gedeon, and of hold, the Lord hath kept me alive, 2 Ohron. XXVI, 7. And God Barak, and of Samson, and of as he said, these forty and five helped himn against the Philistines, Jeptháe; of David algo, and years, even since the LORD spake and against the Arabians that Sainuel, and of the prophets: Who ihis word unto Moses, while the dwelt in Gur-baal, and the Me-through faith subdued kingdoms, children of Israel wandered in the hunims.
wrought righteousness, obtained wilderness, and now, lo, I am this day tourscore and five years old. LORD saved Hezekiah and the in- iions.
2 Chron. xxxll, 22. Thus the promises, stopped the mouths of As yet I am as strong this day as habitants of Jerusalem from the I was in the day that Moses sent hand of Sennacherib the king of
DEFEAT ALSO FROM GOD. me: as my strength was then, Assyria, and from the hand of all even so is my strength wow, for other, and guided them on every children of Israel could not stand
Josh. vil, 12, 13. Therefore the war, both to go out, and to come
side, in. Now therefore give me this
before their enemies, but turned
their backs before their enemies, mountain, whereof the LORD spake in that day; (for thou beard- 2 Sam. xxii, 48, 49. It is God
because they were accursed: were there, and that the cities eth down the people under me, cursed from among you. est in that day how the Anakims that avengeth' me, and that bringe neither will I be with you any were great and fenced;) if so be
Up, the LORD will be with ine, then I mine enemies: thou also hast lift- sanctify the people, and say, shall be able to drive them out, ed me up on high above them Sanctify yourselves against toas the LORD said.
that “rose up against me: thou morrow; for thus saith the LORD Jush. xxiii, 9. For the Lord hath bast delivered me from the violent God of Israel, There is an accurs
ed thing in the midst of thee, o driven out irom before you great man,
Israel; thou canst not stand before nations and strong: but as for you, 2 Chron. xiii, 18. Thus the chil- thine enemies, until ye take away no man bath been able to stand dren of Israel were brought under the accursed thing from among before you unto this day. at that time, and the children of
you. Judges 1, 22. And the house of Judah prevailed, because they
Josh. x, 10. And the LORD disJos pui, tuey also went up against relied upon the LORD God of
comfited them before Israel, and Beth-el; and tho LORD was with their fathers. them,
2 Chron. xviii, 81, 32. And it at Gibeon, and chased them along
slew them with a great slaughter Judgc8 11, 23. Therefore the came to pass, when the captains the way that goeth up to BethLORD leit those nations, without of the chariots saw. Jehoshaphat, boron; and smote them to Azekah, driving them out Lastily; neither that they said,
it is the king of and unto Mak kedah. delivered he them into the band Israel; therefore they compassed of Joshua, about him to fight; but Jehosha
1 Sam. vil, 13, 14. So the PhillsJudges iv, 23, 24. So God sub- helped him; and God moved them phat cried out, and the LORD tines were subdued, and they
came no more into the coast of dued on that day Jabin the king to depart from him. For it came
Israel; and the hand of the LORD was of Canaan before the children of to pass, that, when the captaics against the Philistines all the days Israel. And the band of the chil- of the chariots perceived that it of Samuel. And the cities which vailed against Javin the king of turned back again from pursuing from Ekron even unto Gath; and dren of Israel prospered, and pre-was not the king of Israel, they the Philistines had taken from Canaan, until they lad destroyed bim. Jabin king of Canaan.
the coasts thereof did Israel de
Ps, ix, 3. When mine enemies liver out of the hands of the Phile Judges vi, 10. And I said unto are turned back, they shall fall istines. And there was peaco you, I am the LORD your God; and perish at thy presence. between Israel and the Amorites, fear not the gods of the Amorites, in whose laud ye dwell: but ye girded me with strength unto the Ps. xvili, 39. For thou hast
2 Chron. xii, 5--7. Then caine have not obeyed my voice. battle: thou hast subdued under boam, and to the princes of Judab
Shemaiah the prophet to Roho2 Sam. v, 20. And David came
me those that rose up against that were gathered together to to Baal-perazim, and David smote me.
Jerusalem because of Shishak, them there, and said, The LORD Ps. xliv, 5. Through thee will and said unto them, Thus saith hath broken forth upon nine I wo push down our enemies; "the LORD, Ye have forsaken me,
and therefore have I also left you, and hast not made him to stand | so that Sisera llghted down on In the hand of Shishak. Where in the battle. Thou bast made his chariot, and fled away on his upon the princes of Israel and the his glory to cease, and cast his feet. king humbled themselves; and throno down to the ground.
Judges XX, 47. But six bundred they sai The LORD is righteous.
men turned and fled to the wilderAnd when the LORD saw that they OFTEN THREATENED. ness unto the rock Rimnon, and humbled themselves, the word of Lev. XXVI, 17. And I will set my abode in the rock Rimmon four Lord came to Shemalah, saying, face against you, and ye shall be months. They have humbled themselves; slain before your enemies: they 1 Sam. xxvil, 1, 2. And Darid therefore I will not destroy them, that hate you shall reign over said in his heart, I shall now but i will grant them some de- you; and ye shall flee when done perish one day by the hand of liverance; and my wrath shall not pursgeth you.
Saul: there is nothing better for be poured out upon Jerusalem by
1 Sam. ii, 10. The adversaries me than that I should speedily the hand of Shishak.
of the LORD shall be broken to escape into the land of the Philis2 Chron. xxiv, 23, 24. And it came pieces. ...
tines; and Saul shall despair of to pass, at the end of the year,
Isa. xiv, 25. That I will break me, to seek me any more in any that the host of Syria came up the Assyrian in my land, and coast of Israel: so shall 1 escape
And David Judah and Jerusalem, and de- upon my mountains tread' him out of his hand. under foot.
arose, and he passed over with the stroyed all the princes of the peo
six hundred men that were with ple from among the people, and
Isa. XXX, 31, 32. For through the him unto Achish, the son of sent all the spoil of them unto the voice of the
LORD shall the Maoch, king of Gath. king of Damascus. For the army Assyrian be beaten down, which
1 Sam. xxxi, 1, 7. Now the Phnof the Syrians came with a small smote with a rod. And in every company of men, and the LORD place where the grounded sta ir istines fought against Israel: and delivered a very great bost into shall pass, which the LORD shall the men of Israel fled from before their hand, because they had for- lay upon him, it shall be with the Philistines, and fell down saken the LORD God of their tabrets and harps: and in battles slain in mount Gllboa. And when
the men of Israel that rcere on the fathers: so they executed judg- of shaking will be fight with it.
other side of the valley, and they ment against Joash.
Jer. xxxiv, 21. And Zedekiah
that were on the other side Jor2 Chron. xxvili, 19. For the king of Judah, and his princes, dan, saw that the men of Israel LORD brought Judah low because will I give into the band of their fled, and that Sani and his sons of Ahaz king of Israel
; for he enemies, and into the band of were dead, they forsook the cities, made Judab naked, and trans- them that seek their life, and into and fled; and the Philistines came gressed sore against the LORD.
the hand of the king of Babylon's and dwelt in them.
army, which are gone up from 2 Chron. xxxii, 10, 11. And the you.
2 Sam. x, 13, 14. And Joab drev LORD spake to Manasseh, and to bis people; but they would not counsel of the Lord that he hath the Syrians: and they fled befora
Jer. xlix, 20. Therefore hear the nigh, and the people that were
with him, unto the battle against hearken, Wherefore the LORD taken against Edom, and his pur; him. And when the children of bronght upon thein the captains of the host of the king of Assyria, against the inbabitants of Teman: were fled, then fled they also be
poses that he bath purposed Ammon saw that the Syriaus which took Manasseh among the Surely the least of the fluck shall fore Abishai, and entered into the thorus, and bound Lim with fet-draw them out; surely be shall city. So Joab returned from the ters, and carried him to Babylon. make their habitations desolate children of Ammon, and came to Jer. xlvi, 15, 16. Why are thy with them.
Jerusalem. valiant men swept away? they Ezek. xxxviil, 6. Gomer, and all stood not, because the LORD did his bands; the house of Togarmah Aed, he and certain Edomites of
1 Kings xl, 17, 18. That Hadad drive them. He made many to of the north quarters, and all his fatber's servants with him, to fall, yea, one fell upon auother; his bands; and many people with and they said, Arise, and let us go thee.
go into Egypt; Hadad being yet a again to our own people, and to
little child. And they aruse out the land of our nativity, from thee back, and leave but the sixth and they took men with them out
Ezek. xxxix, 2. And I will turn of Midjan, and came to Paran; the oppressing sword.
part of thee, and will canse thee of Paran, and they came Egypt,
to come up from the porth parts, unto Pharaoh king of Egypt: Ps. xliv, 9, 10. But thou bast mountains of Israel.
and will bring thee upon the which gave him an house, and cast off, and put us to shame; and
appointed him victuals, and gave
Liin land. goest not forth with our armies, Thou makest us to turn back
1 Chron. Xix, 15. And when the from the enemy; and they which Deut. sxvill, 7, 25. The LORD children of Ammon saw that the bate us spoil for themselves. shall cause thine enemies that Syrians were fled, they likewise
rise up against thee to be smitten fed before Abisbal bis brother, Ps. Ixxviil, 66. And he smote before thiy face: they shall come and entered into the city. Thieu his enemies in the binder parts; out against the one way, and Nee Joab came to Jerusalem. he put them to a perpetual re- before thee seven ways. The proach.
Ps. Ixxviii, 9. The children of Lord shall cause thee to be emit- Ephraim, being armed, and carry. Ps. Ixxxix, 10. Thou hast bro-, ten before thine enemies: thouing bows, t'urged back in the day ken Rahab in pieces, as one that shalt go out one way agajust of battle is slain; thou hast scattered thine them, and flee seven ways before enemies with thy strong arm. them; and shalt be removed into syrian fall with the sworil, not of
Isa. Xxxi, 8. Then shall the AsPs. Ixxxix, 42-44. Thou bast set all the kingdoms of the earth.
a mighty man; and the sword, pot up the right band of his adver- Judges iv, 15. And the LORD of a mean man, shall devour bíme: Baries; thou hast made all his discomfited Sisera, and all his but he shall flee from the sword, enemies to rejoice. Thou hast chariots, and all his host, with the and his young men shall be die also turned the edge of his sworu, l edge of the sword before Barak; 1 comfited. .
180. xxxIII, 3. At the noise of ther out of Naphtall, and ont of | 2 Kings fil, 24. And when they the tumult the people fled; at the Asher, and out of all Manasseh, came to the camp of Israel, the lifting up of thiyself the nations and pursued after the Midianites. Israelites rose op and smote the were scattered.
Judges vlil, 4, 12, And Gideon Moabites, so that they fled before Jer, XXXV, 11. Bnt it came to came to Jordan, and passed over, them: but they went forward pass, when Nebuchadrezzar king he, and the three hundred men smiting the Moabites even in of Babylon came up into the land, that were with him, faint, yet pur
their country. that we said, Come, and let us go suing them. And when Zebah and
FLIGHT IN VAIN. to Jeru alem for fear of the army Zalmunna fled, he pursued after of the Chaldeans, and for fear of them, and took the two kings of Gen. xlv, 10. And the vale of the army of the Syrians: 80 we Midian, Zebah and Zalmunna, and Siddim was full of slime-pits; and dwell at Jerusalem discomfited all the host.
the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah Jer. xxxvII, 11. And it came to 1 Sam. vil, 11. And the men of fled, and fell there; and they that pass, that when the army of the Israel went out of Mizpeh, and remained fled to the mountain. Chaldeans was broken up from pursued the Philistines, and smote Ps. xviil, 37. I have pursued Jerusalem for fear of Pharaoh's them, until they came under Beth- mine enemies, and overtaken army.
them; neither did I turn again Jer. xli, 15. But Ishmael the son 1 Sam. xly, 21--23, 46. Moreover, till they were consumed. of Nethaniah escaped from Jo- the Hebrews that were with the Jer. xxxix, 4,5. And it came to banan with eight men, and went Philistines before that time, which pass, that when Zedekiah the king to the Ammonites.
went up with them into the camp of Judah saw them, and all the Jer. xlix, 30. Flee, get you far from the country round about, men of war, then they fled, and off, dwell deep, 0 ye inhabitants even they also turned to be with went forth out of the city by night, of Hazor, saith the Lord; for Ne- the Israelites that were with Saul by the way of the king's garden, buchadrezzar king of 'Babylon and Jonathan. Likewise all the by the gate betwixt the two walls: bath taken counsel against you,
men of Israel which had hid them- and he went out the way of tho and hath conceived a purpose they heard that the Philistiues pursued after them, and overtook
selves in mount Ephraim, when plain. But the Chaldeans' army against you.
Hosea 1, 9. O Israel, thon hast after them in the battle. So the and when they had taken him, sig ned from the days of Gibeah; LORD saved Israel that day: and they brought him up to Nebuchadthere they stood: the battle in the battle passed over unto Beth- nezzar king of Babylou to Riblah, Gibeah against the children of aven. Then Saul went up from in the land of Hamath, where ho iniquity did not overtake them.
following the Philistines: and the gave judgment upon him. Isa. xvi, 4. Let mine outcasts Philistines went to their own
Jer. xlvi, 5, 6. Wherefore havo dwell with thee, Moab: be thou a place.
I seen them dismayed and turned covert to them from the face of 1 Sam. XVII, 52. And the men of away back? and their mighty ones the spoiler; for the extortioner is Israel and of Judah arose, and are beaten down, and are ned at au end, the spoiler ceaseth, the shouted, and pursued the Pbill. apace, and look not back: for fear oppressors are consumed out of stines, until thou come to the uas round about, saith the LORD. the land.
valley, and to the gates of Ekron: Let not the swift flee away, por
and the wounded of the Philistines the mighty man escape; they shall PURSUIT.
fell down by the way to Shaaraim, stumble, and fall toward the north Gen. xiv, 14. And when Abram even unto Gath, and unto Ekron by the river Euphrates. heard that his brother was taken 1 Sam. xxli, 26. And Saul went Jer. 111, 8. But the army of the captive, he armed his trained ser- on this side of the mountain, and Chaldeans pursued after the king, tants, born in his own house, David and his men on that side of and overtook Zedekiah in the three hundred and eighteen, and the mountain: and David made plains of Jericho; and all his army pursued them unto Dan.
haste to get away for fear of Saul; was scattered from himn. Josh. vii, 4.5. So there went up for Saul and his men compassed
Amos 11, 14--16. Therefore the thither of the people about three David, and his men round about night shall perish from the swift, thousaud men; and they fled be- to take them.
and the strong shall not strength: fore the men of Al. And the men 2 Sam. il, 19. And Asahel pur- en his force, neither sball the of Al smote of them about thirty sued after Abner; and in going he mighty deliver bimself: Neither and six men: for they chased them turned not to the right hand nor to shall be stand that handleth the from before the gate even unto the left from following Abuer. bow; and he that is swift of foot Slie barim, and smote them in the
shall not deliver himself: neither going down; wherefore the hearts
2 Sam. XX, 6, 7. And David said shall be that rideth the horse deof the people melted, and became to Abisbal, Now shall Sheba the liver himself. And he that is couas water.
son of Bichri do us more harm than rageous among the mighty shall Josh, xxiv, 6. And I brought servants, and pursue after him, the LORD.
did Absalom: take thou thy lord's flee away naked in tbat day, saith your fathers out of Egypt: and ye lest he get him fenced cities, and came unto the sea; and the Egyp- escape us. And there went out
THE WOUNDED. tians pursued after your fathers after him Joab's men, and the with chariots and borsemen unto Cherethites, and the Pelethites, chased him, and he fled before
Judges ix, 40. And Abimelech the Red sea.
and all the mighty men: and they bim; and many were overthrown Judges iv, 16. But Barak par- went out of Jerusalem, to pursue and wounded, eren unto the ensued after the chariots, and after after Sheba the son of Bichri. tering of the gate. the host, unto Harosheth of the
1 Kings xx, 20. And they slew 1 Sam. xxxi, 3. And the battle Gentiles: and all the host of Sisera every one his man: and the Sy- went sore against Saul, and the fell upon the edge of the sword; rians ned, and Israel pursued Archers hit him; and he was soro and there was not a man left.
them; and Ben-hadad the king of wounded of the archers. Judges vii, 23. And the men of Syria escaped on an horse with 2 Sam. xxll, 89. And I have Jarael gathered themselves toge- I the horsemen.
consumed them, and wounded 731
them, that they could not arise ; ( anoint to be king over Israel; and I sand men. And Benjamin Frent yea, they are fallen under my Elisha the son of Shapbat, of forth against them out of Gibeah feet.
Abel-meholah, shalt thou anoint, the second day, and destroyed 2 Kings viii, 28. And he went with to be prophet in thy room. And it down to the ground of the chilJoram the son of Ahab to the war shall come to pass, that him that dren of Israel again eighteea against Hazael the king of Syria in escapeth the sword of Hazael shall thousand men; all these drew the Ramoth-gilead; and the Syrians Jehu slay; and him that escap-th sword. And the LORD smole Benwounded Joram.
from the sword of Jebu shall jamin before Israel: and the chil.
Elisha slay. 2 Chron. xviii, 83, 34. And a
dren of Israel destroyed of the certain man drew a bow at a ven- 1 Kings XX, 21. And the king of Benjamites that day twenty and ture, and smote the king of Israel Israel went out, and smote the five thousand and an huodred men: between the joints of the harness: horses and chariots, and slew the all these drew the sword. And therefore he said to his charlot- Syrians with a great slaughter.
there fell of Benjamin eighteen
thousand men: all these were man, Turn thine hand, that thon 2 Kings xiil, 7. Neither did he mayest carry me out of the host; leave of the people to Jehoahaz
men of valour. for I am wounded. And the but Afty horsemen, and ten cha
1 Sam. iv, 2, 10. And the Phtbattle increased that day: how riots, and ten thousand footmen; listines put themselves in array beit the king of Israel stayed him for the king of Syria had destroy against Israel: and when they self up in his chariot against the ed them, and had made them like joined battle, Israel was smitten Syrians until the even; and about the dust by threshing
before the Philistines: and they the time of the sun golog down ho
slew of the army in the field about died.
2 Chron. xx, 24. And when four thousand men. And the Phl.
Judah came toward the watch-listines fought, and Israel was 2 Chron. xxll, 6. And he re- tower in the wilderness, they smitten, and they fled every man turned to be healed in Jezreel be- looked unto the multitude, and into his tent: and there was a very cause of the wounds which were behold, they were dead bodies great slaughter; for there tell given him at Ramah, when he fallen to the earth, and none of Israel thirty thousand footmen. fonght with Hazael king of Syria.
escaped. And Azariah the son of Jehoram
1 Sam. XXXI, 2. And the Philisking of Judah went down to see
Esther 1x, 5. Thus the Jews tines followed hard upon Saul and Jehoram the son of Ahab at Jez-smote all their enemies with the upon his sons: and the Philistines reel, because he was sick.
stroke of the sword, and slaughter, slew Jonathan, and Abinadab, and
and destruction, and did what Melchi-shua, Saul's sons.
: and they would unto those that hated
2 Sam, il, 22, 30. 31. And Abner the king said to bis servants,
gaidagain to Asabel, Taro theeaside Have me away; for I am sore
Jer. xll, 8. Ishmael also slew from following me: , wherefore wounded. His servants therefore all the Jews that were with him, should I smite thee to the ground? took him out of that chariot, and even with Gedallah, at Mizpah, how then should I hold up my face put him in the
second chariot that and the Chaldeans that were found to Joab thy brother? And Joab he had; and they brought hiin to there, and the men of war.
returned from following Abner: • Jerusalem and he died, and was buried in one of the sepulchres of
DAVID'S LAMENT OVER SAUL AND
and when he bad gathered all the
people together, there lacked of his fathers: and all Judah and
David's servants nineteen men and Jerusalem mourned for Josiah.
2 Sam. 1, 17, 19, 23--27. And Asahel. But the servants of David Ps. xviii, 38. I have wounded David lamented with this lamen- had smitten of Benjamin and of them, that they were not able to tation over Sani, and over Jona-Abner's men, so that three hun rise; they are fallen under my than his son: The beauty of Israel dred and threescore men died, feet.
is slain upon thy high places: low 2 Sam. xvill, 6, 7. So the people Mark xiv, 47. And one of them are the mighty fallen! Saul and went out into the field against that stood by drew a sword, and Jonathan were lovely and plea- Israel; and the battle was in the smote a servant of the high priest, sant in their lives, and in their wood of Ephraim; Where the and cut off his ear.
death they were not divided; they people of Israel were slain before
were swifter than eagles, they the servants of David: and there THE SLAIN.
were stronger than lions. Ye was there a great slaughter that Judges 1. 6. And they found daughters of Israel, weep over day of twenty thousand men. Adoni-bezek in Bezek: and they with other delights; who put on a bow with his full strength, and Saul, who clothed you in scarlet,
2 Kings ix, 24. And Jehu dren fought against him, and they slew the Canaanites and the Perizzites. parel. How are the migniy fallen and the arrow went out at his
ornaments of gold upon your ap- smote Jehoram between his arms, Judges xi, 32, 33. So Jepthah in the milst of the battle! V Jona- heart, and he sunk down in bis passed over unto the children of than, thou wast slain in thine high chariot. Ammon to fight against them; places. I am distressed for thee, and the Lory delivered them into my brother Jonathan: very plea: Pharaoli-nechoh king of Esypt
2 Kings xxiil, 29. In his dapg his hands. And he smote them sant last thou been uuto me: thy went up agaiust the king of from Aroer, even till thou come to love to me was wonderful, passing Minnith, even twenty cities, and the love of women. How are the Assyria to the river Euphrates: unto the plain of the vineyards, mighty fallen, and the weapons of and king Josiah went against with a very great slaughter. .... war perished 1
him; and he slew him at Megiddo,
when he had seen him. 1 Sam. xxill, 5. So David and his men went to Keilah, and fought NAMES AND NUMBERS OF JEWS
1 Chron. X, 2. 6. And the Philis ith the Philistines, and brought
tines followed hard after Saul
SLAIN. i way their cattle, and smote th
and after his sons; and the Phills with a great slaughter. So David the children of Benjamin cume dab, and Malchishua, the sons of
Judges xx, 21, 25, 35, 44. And tives slew Jonathan, and Abina, saveu the inhabitants of Keilah.
furth out of Gibeah, and destroyed Sauí. So Saul died, and his three 1 Kings xix, 10, 17. And Jeliu down to the ground of the Israel sons, and all his house died to tho son of Niushi shalt thou lites that day twenty and two thuu-gether.
2 Chron. xlll, 17. And Abifah | an hundred and twenty thonsand | Shushan (rathered themselves toand his people slew them with a men that drew sword. Then said gether on the fourteenth day also great slaughter: so there fell down he unto Zebah and Zalinunna, of the month Adar, and slew elain of Israel five hundred thou. What manner of men were they three hundred men at Shushan; Band chosen men.
whom ye slew at Tabor? Anu but on the prey they laid not their 2 Chron. Xxvill, 6, 7. For Pekah they answered, as thou art. so hand. But the other Jews that the son of Remabah slew in were they; each one resembled were in the king's provinces Judah an hundred and twenty the children of a king.
gathered themselves together, thousand in one day, which were 2 Sam. viii, 5, 13. And when the and stood for their lives, and had all vallant men; because they had Syrians of Damascus came to rest from their enemies, and slew forsaken the LORD God of their succour Hadadezer king of Zobah, of their foes seventy and five fathers. And Zichri, a mighty David slew of the Syrians two thousand (but they laid not their man of Ephraim, slew Maaseiah and twenty thousand men, And hands on che prey.) the king's son, and Azrikam the David gat nim a name when he governor of the house, and returned froin smiting of the SPECIAL CAUSE OF CIVIL Elkanah that was next to the Syrians in the valley of Salt, being WAR, IN ANCIENT ISRAEL king. eighteen thousand men.
Judges xix, 11-14, 17--19, 27-30. Jer. xll, 2. Then arose Ishmael
1 Kings xx, 29. And they pitch- And when they were by Jebus, the son of Nethaniah, and the ed one over against the other the day was far spent; and the ten men that were with him, and seven days; and so it was, that servant said unto bis master, smote Gedallab the son of Abis in the seventh day the battle was Come, I pray thee, and let us turn kam, the son of Shaphan, with joined: and the children of Israel in into this city of the Jebusites, the sword, and slew him, whom slew of the Syrians an hundred and lodge in it. And his master the king of Babylon had made thousand footmen in one day. said unto bim, We will not turn governor over the land.
2 Kings xlv, 7. He slew of aside hither into the city of a NAMES AND NUMBERS OF GENTILES
Edom in the valley of salt ten stranger, that is not of the chil. thousand, and took Selah by war,
dren of Israel; we will pass over SLAIN.
and called the name of it Joktheel to Gibeah. And he said unto his Num. Xxxi, 7, 8. And they unto this day.
servant, Come, and let us draw warred against the Midianites, as 1 Chron. xviil, 5, 12. And when lodge all night, in Gibeah, or in
near to one of these places to the LORD commanded Moses; and the Syrians of Damascus came to Ramah. And they passed on, and they slew all the males. And
help Hadarezer king of Zobah, I went their way; and the sun went they slew the kings of Midian, David slew of the Syrians two down upon them when they were besides the rest of them, that and twenty thousand men. More by Gibeah, which belongeth to were slain: namely, Evi, and Re
over Abishai the son of Zeruiah kem, and Zur. and Hur,and Reba, slew of the Edomites in the listed up his eyes, he saw a way
Benjamin. And when he had five kings of Midiar: Balaam also valley of Salt eighteen thousand. faring man in the street of the the son of Beor they slew with
1 Chron. xix, 18. the sword.
But the city: and the old man said,
Syrians fled before Israel; and wbither goest thou? and whence Josh, viii, 25. And so it was, that David slew of the Syrians seven comest thou? And be said unto ali that fell that day, both of men thousand men which fought in him, We are passing from Bethand women, were twelve, thou- chariots, and forty thousand foot- lehem-judah toward the side of Eand, eren all the men of Al. men, and killed Shopbach the mount Ephraim; from thence am Judges i, 4. 10. And Judah captain of the bost.
1: and I went to Beth-lehem-fudah, went up; and the LORD delivered
2 Chron. xxv, 11. And Amaziah but I am now going to the house the Canaanites and the Perizzites strengthened himself, and led of the LORD; and there is no man into their band: and they slew forth his people, and went to the that receiveth me to house. Yet of them in Bezek ten thousand valley of Salt, and smote of the there is both straw and provender men And Judah went against children of Seir ten thousand.
for our asses; and there is bread the Canaanites that dwelt in
and wine also for me and for thy Hebron: (now the name of IIebron
Esther ix, 6--12, 15, 16. And in handmaid, and for the young man before was Kirjath - arba:) and Shushan the palace the Jews slew which is with thy servants: there they slew Sheshai, and Al and destroyed five hundred mer is no want of any thing. And her and Talmai.
And Parshandatha, and Dalphon, lord rose up in the morning, and Judges 111, 29. And they slow and Aspatha; And Poratha, and opened the doors of the honse, thousand men, all lusty, and all mashta, and Arisal, and Aridai, behold, the woman his conculine meu of valour, and there escaped and Vasezatba, Tho ten sons of was fallen down at the door of the
Haman the son of Hammedatha, house, and her hands were upon not a man.
the enemy of the Jews, slew they; the threshold. And he said unto Judges vil, 25. And they took but on the spoil laid they not her, Up, and let us be going; but two princes of the Midianites, their hand. On that day the none answered. Then the man Oreb and Zeeb; and they slew vumber of those that were slain took her up upon an ass, and the Oreb upon the rock Oreb, and in Shushan the palace was brought man rose up, and gat him unto Zeeb they slew at the wine-press before the king. And the king his place. And when he was of Zeeb, and pursued Midian, and said unto Esther the queen, The come into his house, he took a brought the heads of Oreb and Jews have slaln and destroyed knife, and laid bold on bis concuZeeh to Gideon on the other side five hundred men in Shushan the bine, and divided her, together Jordan.
palace, and the ten sons of Haman; with her bones, into twelve pieces, Judges vill, 10, 18. Now Zebah what have they done in the rest and sent her into all the coasts of and Zalmunna were in Karkor, of the king's provinces? Now, Israel. And it was so, that all and their hosts with them, about what is thy petition? and it shall that saw it said, There was no fitteen thousand men, all that be granted thee; or what is thy such deed done nor seen from the were left of all the hosts of the request further?' and it shall be day that the children of Israel children of the east: for there feli | done. For the Jews that were in came up out of the land of Egypt