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WRITINGS OF WILLIAM WARE.
ZENOBIA; OR, THE FALL OF PALMYRA. In Letters of L. Man.
lius Piso, from Palmyra, to his friend Marcus Curtius, at Rome. Two volumes in one. Tenth edition.
AURELIAN; OR, ROME IN THE THIRD CENTURY. In Letters
of Lucius M. Piso, from Rome, to Fausta, the daughter of Gracchus, at Palmyra. Two volumes in one. Fifth edition
Two volumos in ono.
JULIAN; OR, SCENES IN JUDEA.
SCENES IN JUDEA,
TWO VOLUMES IN ONE.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1841,
BY C. S. FRANCIS, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the
Southern District of New York.
Ν Ο Τ Ε.
THESE “Scenes," it is thought proper to say, are purely fictitious, with no foundation whatever in historical fact, except where an obvious agreement will be found with the Scriptures. Wherever the story devi. ates from the straight course of the New Testament record, it is to be taken as imaginary-illustrative merely of the period chosen.
For the part assigned to Herod there is a show of authority; and it will be found to conflict with the conjecture of those who, to meet the difficulty presented by Luke, xv. 1, suppose the Tetrarch to have been absent from his dominions during all the early part of our Saviour's ministry, engaged in a war wi the King of Arabia ·