Memoirs of the Life of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter Volume 2; With a New Edition of Her Poems to Which Are Added, Some Miscellaneous Essays in Prose, Togethe

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1816 Excerpt: ...stifled him.-See the note on Genesis xxvii. 3. 19, See the note on 1 Chronicles v. 26. 1-" In the reign of Jotham, Rome was built. 6-By the loss of Elath, the Jews were deprived of their trade to the East Indies, which had been, ever since the days of Solomon, the source of all their richea. See Prideaux. 9....
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1816 Excerpt: ...stifled him.-See the note on Genesis xxvii. 3. 19, See the note on 1 Chronicles v. 26. 1-" In the reign of Jotham, Rome was built. 6-By the loss of Elath, the Jews were deprived of their trade to the East Indies, which had been, ever since the days of Solomon, the source of all their richea. See Prideaux. 9. The kingdom of the Syrians, in Damascus, which was destroyed by this expedition, was founded in the reign of Solomon, by Rezon, the son of Eliadah. See 1 Kings xi. 23--25. gii Esarhaddon, who, about forty-five years after Samaria had been taken by Shalmanesar, his grandfather, carried away the remainder of the Israelites, and placed the idolatrous people here mentioned, in their room. Thus was Ephraim destroyed from being a people, at the time prophesied by Isaiah. See Isaiah vii. 8. «. Notwithstanding this positive assertion, the Romanists shew in the church of e. of St. Ambrose, at Milan, a brazen serpent, which they affirm to be the very same made by Moses: though some of their learned men disclaim the cheat. See Prideaux. After this agreement Sennacherib marched to invade Egypt, which was then 'governed by Sevecus, or Sethon. To facilitate his entrance into the country, he first took Azotus (see Isaiah xx.) In this expedition No Ammon is supposed to have been destroyed. This second attack on Jerusalem happened in the eighteenth year of Hezekiah, and after Sennacherib had been employed three years in harassing Egypt. Isaiah xx. He had laid siege to Pelusium, a city of the Delta: but was obliged to raise it.on hearing, that Tirhaka, King of./Ethiopia, was coming to its assistance. See Prideaux. After this defeat of Sennacherib the Medes revolted from him, and afterwards set up a separate government under Dejoces. Merodach Baladan, in profane...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781150573026
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 5/28/2012
  • Pages: 72
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 0.15 (d)

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