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| nations to shake at the sound of Jonah 11, 2. And said, I cried by

his fall when I cast him down to reason of mine afiliction into thio 2 Sam. xxii, 6. The sorrows of bell compassed me about; the

hell with them that descend into LORD, and he heard me; out of the

the pit; and all the trees of Eden, belly of hell cried I, and thou snares of death prevented me.

tbe choice and best of Lebanon, heardest my voice, P3, cxvi, 3. The sorrows of death

all that drink water, shall be com- Rev. vi. 7. 8. And when he had compassed me, and the pains of

forted in the nether parts of the opened the fourth seal, I heard hell gat hold upon me: I found

earth. They also went down into the voice of the fourth beast say, trouble and sorrow.

hell with him unto them that become and see. Aud I looked,

1 from bananth I slain with the sword; and they land beholda pale horse: and his is moved for thee to meet thee at that were his arm, that dwe

moor thee at that were his arm, that dwell un-I name that sat on him was Death, thy coming: it stirreth up the der his shadow in the midst of

and hell followed with lim : and dead for thee, even all the chief the heathen.

power was given unto them over ones of the earth; it hath raised

Ezel. xxxil, 21, 27. The strong

the fourth part of the earth, to up from their thrones all the among the mighty shall speak to

kill with sword, and with hunger, kings of the nations. All they

him out of the midst of hell with and with death, and with the bhail speak and say unto thee, them that help him; they are gone

beasts of the earth. Art thou also become weak as

down, they lle uncircumcised, Rev. XX, 13-16. And the sea gave we? art thou become like unto

slain by the sword. And they up the dead which were in it, and us?

shall not lie with the mighty that death and bell delivered up the Isa. XXX, 33. For Tophet is or are fallen of the uncircumcised, dead which were in them: and dained of old; yea, for the king it which are gone down to hell with they were judged every man is prepared; he hath made it deep their weapons of war; and they according to their works. And and large, thu pile thereof is fire bave laid their swords under their death and hell were cist into the and much wood: the breath of the heads: but their iniquities shall lake of fire. This is the second LORD, like a stream of brimstone, I be upon their bones, though they death. And whosoever was not doll kindle it.

were the terror of the mighty in found written in the book of ille Euck, XXXI, 16, 17. I made the I the land of the living.

was cast into the lake of fre.


MAN AND WOMAN. that he had in Joseph's hand; and I turn of Esther, the daughter of Gen. 11. 21-23. And the LORD | he knew not ongut he had, save | Abihail, the uncle of Mordecai. God caused a deep sleep to fall

the bread which he did eat. And I(who had taken her for his daughupon Adam, and he slept: and he Joseph was a goodly person, and ter,) was come to go in unto the

king, she required nothing but took one of his ribs, and closed up | Well-lavoured. the flesh instead thereof; And the Exod. 11, 2. And the woman

what Hegal the king's chamberrib, which the LORD God had conceived, and bare a son: and

lain, the keeper of the women, taken from man, made he & wo-when she saw him that he was a

appointed: and Esther obtained man, and brought her unto the goodly child, she hid him three

favour in the sight of all them min. And Adam said, This is months.

that looked upon her. now bone of my bones, and flesh

1 Sam. ix, 2. And he had a son.

Job xlii, 13-15. He had also of my flesh: she shall be called whose name was Saul, 2 choice

| seven sons and three daughters. Woman, because she was taken

And he called the name of the young man, and a goodly; and out of man. there was not among the children

first, Jemima, and the name of the Gen. v, 2. Male and female cre. of Israel a goodlier person than

second, Kezia, and the name of ated he them; and blessed them, he: from his shoulders and up

the third, Keren-happuch. And and called their name Adam, inward he was higher than any of

in all the land were no women

found so fair as the daughters of the day when they were created. | the people.

Job: and their father gave them Matth. xix. 4. And be answered 1 Sam. xxv. 3. Now the name | inheritance among their brethand said unto them, Have ye not

of the man was Nabal, and the ren. read, that he which made them at

namo of his wife Abigail; and she Prov. xi, 22. As a jewel of gold the beginning, made them male |

was a woman of good understandand female.

in a swine's snout, 80 is a fair ing, and of a beautiful counten

woman which is without discreMark x, 6. But from the begin ance: but the man was churlish,

tion. ping of the creation God made and evil in bis doings, and he was

Heb. xi, 23. By faith Moses, them male and female. of the house of Caleb.

when he was born, was hid threo 2 Sam. xi, 2. And it came to BEAUTY IN BOTII.

months of his parents, because pass in an even -tide, that David

they saw he was a proper child; Gen. vi, 2. That the sons of arose from off his bed, and walked

and they were not afraid of the God saw the daughters of men upon the roof of the king's house:

king's commandment. that they were fair; and they and from the roof he saw a woman took them wives of all which they washing herself; and the woman chose.

ras very beautiful to look Ps. xlv, 11. So shall the king Gen. xii, 11-15. And it came to upon.

greatly desire thy beauty: for pass, when he was come near to 2 Sam. xiv. 26. 27. But in all Israel he is thy Lord; and worship thou enter into Egypt, that he said there was nono to be so much

him. unto Sarai his wife, Behold now, I praised as Absalom for his boauty: Cant. 1, 5, 6. I am black but I know that thou art a fair from the sole of his foot even to comely, o ye danghters of Jeruwoman to look upon: Therefore the crown of his head there was salem, as the tents of Kedar, as it shall come to pass, when the no blemish in him. And unto Absa- the curtains of Solomon. Look Egyptians sliall see thee, that lom there were born three sons, not upon me, because I am black, they shall say, This is bis wife; and one daughter, whose name because the sun hath looked upon and they will kill me, but they was Tamar: she was a woman of me: my mother's children were will suve thee alive. Say, I pray a fair countenance.

angry with me; they made me the thee. thou art my sister: that it 1 Sam. xvii. 42. And when the

keeper of the vineyards; but may be well with me for thy sake; Philistine looked about, and saw

mine own vineyard have I not and my soul shall live because of David, he disdained him; for he

kept. thee. And it came to pass, that,

was but a youth, and ruddy, and Çant. IV, 3,7. Thy lips are liko when Abram was come into of a fair countenance.

a tliread of scarlet, and thy Egypt, the Egyptians beheld the

1 Kings 1, 6. And his father had

speech is comely: thy temples are woman, that she was very fair. not displeased him at any time in

like a piece of a pomegranato The princes also of Pharaoh saw saying, Why bast thou done 80?

within thy locks. Thou art all her, and commended her before

and he also was a very goodly Phraoh; and the woman was

fair, my love: there is no spot in taken into Pharaoh's house. man; and his mother bare him

thee. aster Absalom.

Cant. v, 9, 10. What is thy beloved Gen. xxix. 16. 17. And Laban

more than another beloved, 0 thou

Esther ii, 7, 15. And he brought more than anot bad two daughters: the name of the elder ras Leah, and the | up Hadassah, (that is, Esther,) his

fairest among women? what is name of the younger was Rachel. uncle's daughter: for she had nei

thy beloved more than another tlier father nor mother, and the beloved, the

beloved, that thou dost so charge Leah vas tender-eyed; but Ra

maid was fair and beautiful; whom chel was beautiful and well-fav

Us? My beloved is white and oured.

Mordecai (when ber father and ruddy, the chiefest among ten mother were dead) took for his

thousand. Gen. xxxix, 6. Ayd be left all down daughter. Now, when we Çant. vi, 1. Whitber. Is thy be

loved gone, O thou falrest among months, that she returned unto to wit, six months with oil of women? whither is thy beloved her father, who did with her myrrh, and six months with sweet turned aside? that we may seek according to his vow which he odours, and with other things for him with thee.

had vowed: and she knew no the purifying of the women) Cant. vii, 6. How fair and how man. And it was a custom in Then thus came every maiden pleasant art thou, o love, for

Israel. That the daughters of unto the king: whatsoever she delights!

Israel went yearly to lament the desired was given her to go with


I have Ezek. xvi. 7. 13 - 15.

of Jephthal the her out of the house of the wo

Gileadite four days in a year. men unto the king's house. In caused thee to multiply as the

| bud of the field, and thou hast in

the evening she went, and on the

Ruth tij, 2, 3. And now is not creased and waxen great, and Boaz of our kindr d, with whose

morrow she returned into the

second house of the women, to thou art come to excellent orna

maidens thou wast? Behold, he

winnoweth barley to-night in the ments: thy breasts are fashioned,

the custody of Shaashgaz, the and thine hair is grown, whereas thrashing - floor. Wash thyself king's chamberlain, which kept thou wast naked and bare..... therefore, and anoint thee, and

the concubines: she came in unto

the king no more, except the king put thy raiment upon thee, and And thou wast exceeding beautiful..... And thy renown went get thee down to the floor: but | delighted in her, and that she forth among the heathen for thy

make not thyself known unto the were called by name. beauty: for it was perfect through

man until he shall have done Ps. lxxviil, 63.' The fire conmy comeliness, which I had put eating and drinking.

sumed their young men: and their upon thee, saith the Lord God. 1 Kings i, 3. 4. So they sought maidens were not given to marBut thou didst trust in thine own for a fair damsel throughont all riage. beauty, and playedst the harlot the coasts of Israel, and found Rev. xiv, 4. These are they because of thy renown, and Abishag & Shunammite, and which were not defiled with wopouredst ont thy fornications on brought her to the king. And | men; for they are virgins. These every one that passed by; his it tho damsel was very fair, and are they which follow the Lamb was.

cherished the king, and minister-whithersoever he goeth. These Ezek. xxviii, 17. Thine heart ed to him; but the king knew her were redeemed from among men, was lifted up because of thy not.

being the first-fruits unto God and beauty; thou hast corrupted thy Esther ii, 1-4. 8. 9. 12--14. After to the Lamb. wisdom by reason of thy bright-these things, when the wrath of ness: I will cast thee to the king Ahasuerus was appeased, he

LOVES_VARIOUS. ground, I will lay thee before remembered Vashti, and what Gen. xxix, 11, 18-20. And Jacob kings, that they may behold she had done, and what was kissed Rachel,' and lifted up his thee.

decreed against her. Then said voice, and wept. And Jacob

the king's servants that minister-| loved Rachel; and said, I will VIRGINITY.

ed unto him, Let there be fair serve thee seven years for Rachel Gen. xxiv. 16. And the damsel young virgins sought for the king: thy younger daughter. And was very fair to look upon, a

And let the king appoint officers Laban said, It is better that I give virgin; neither had any man

in all the provinces of his king- her to thee, than that I should known her; and she went down dom, that they may gather to give her to another man: abide to the well, and filled her pitcher,

gether all the fair young virgins with me. And Jacob served and came up.

unto Shushan the palace, to the seven years for Rachel; and they

house of the women, unto the seemed unto him but a few days, Num. XXXI, 15-18, 35. And Mogos

custody of Hege the king's for the love he had to her. said unto them, Have ye saved

chamberlain, keeper of the all the women alive? Behold, women; and let their things for

Gen. xxxiv, 3. And his soul these caused the children of purification be given them: And

clave unto Dinah the daughter of Israel, through the counsel of let the maiden which pleaseth the

Jacob; and he loved the damsel, Balaam,to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor,

king be queen instead of Vashti. and spake kindly unto the dam

And the thing pleased the king; sel. and there was a plague among

and he did so. So it came to pass. Judges xvi, 4, 15. And it came the congregation of the LORD.

when the king's commandment afterward, that he loved a woman Now therefore kill every male

and his decree was heard, and in the valley of Sorek, whose among the little ones, and kill

when many maidens were name was Delilah. And she said every woman that hath

gathered together unto Shushan unto him, How canst thou say. I known man by lying with him.

the palace, to the custody of Hegai, I love thee, when thine heart is But all the women-children, that

that Esther was brought also unto not with me? thou hast mocked have not known a man by lying |

the king's house, to the custody me these three times, and hast with him, keep alive for your

of Hegai, keeper of the women. not told me wherein thy great selves. And thirty and two

And the maiden pleased him, and strength lieth. thousand persons in all, of women

she obtained kindness of him; and that had not known man by lying he speedily gave her her things |

1 Sam. xviii, 20. 29. And Michal, with him. for purification, with such things

Saul's daughter, loved David: and Judges xi, 37-40. And she said as belonged to her, and seven

they told Saul, and the thing unto her father, Let this thing be maidens, which were meet to be

pleased him. And Saul saw and done for me: let me alone two given her, out of the king's bouse:

knew that the LORD was with months, that I may go up and and he preferred her and her

David, and that Michal, Saul's down upon the mountains, and maids unto the best place of the

daughter, loved him. bewail my virginity, I and my house of the women. Now, when 2 Sam. xiii, 1, 2. And it came to fellows. And he said, Go. And every maid's turn was come to go pass after this, that Absalom the he sent her away for two months: | in to king Ahasuerus, after that son of David had a fair sister, and she went with her compan- she had been twelve months, ac- whose name was Tamar; and ions, and bewalled her virginitycording to the manner of the Amnon the son of David loved upon the mountains. And it women, (for so were the days of her. And Amnon was so vexed, cume to pass, at the end of two I their purifications accomplished. I that he fell sick for his sister


Tamar for sho was a virgin: and as my brother, that gucked the down; and he will tell thee what Amnon thought it hard for him breasts of my mother! when I thon shalt do. Aut she said to do any thing to her.

should find thee without, I would unto her, All that thou siyrat 1 Kings xi. 1.2. But king Solo-kiss thee; yea, I should not be unto me I will do. And she went mon loved many strange women, despised.

down unto the floor, and did ac(together with the daughter of Lake vii. 45. Thon gavest me cording to all that ber mother-inPharaoh.) women of the Moabites, no kiss: but this woman, since the law bade her. And when Boaz Ammonites, Edomites, Zidonians, time I camein, hath not ceased to had eaten and drunk, and his and Hittites; Of the nations con kiss my feet.

heart was merry, he went to lie cerning which the LORD said unto | Rom. xvi, 16. Salute one another

down at the end of the heap of the children of Israel, Ye shall with an holy kiss. The churches

corn: and she came softly, and not go in to them, neither shall of Christ salute you.

uncovered his feet, and laid her they come in unto you: for surely

down. And it came to pass at

1 Cor xvi, 20. All the brethren they will turn away your heart

midnight, that the man was afraid, greet you. Greet yo one another after their gods. Solomon clave

and turned himself; and, behold, with an holy kiss. unto these in love.

a woman lay at his feet. And he

2 Cor. xiii, 12. Greet one another Esther ii, 17. And the king

said, Who art thou? And she with an holy kiss. loved Esther above all the women,

answered, I am Ruth thine handand she obtained grace and favour

1 Thess. V, 26. Greet all the maid: spread therefore thy skirt , in his sight more than all the brethren with an holy kiss.

over thine handmaid; for thou art virgins; so that he set the royal 1 1 Pet. y, 14 Greet ye one ano

a near kinsman. And he said,

Blessed be thou of the LORD, my crown upon her head, and made ther with a kiss of charity. Peace

daughter; for thou hast shewed her queen instead of Vashti. be with you all that are in Christ

moro kindness in the latter end Prov. vii, 13. 18. So she caught Jesus. Amen.

than at the beginning, inasmuch him, and kissed him, and with an impudent face said unto him,


as thou followedst not young men,

whether poor or rich. And now, Come, let us take our full of love


my daughter, fear not; I will do until the morning; let us solace

Gen. xxiv, 51, 57-59 Behold, to thee all that thou requirest; for ourselves with loves. Rebekah is before thee, take her,

all the city of my people doth Çant. viii, 6, 7 Set me as a seal

and go, and let her be thy mus know that thou art & virtuous upon thine heart, as a seal upon ter's son's wife, as the LORD hath

woman. And now, it is true that thine arm: for love is strong as I spoken. And they said. We will I am thy near kinsman: how beit death; Jealousy is cruel as the call the damsel and enquire at thero is a kinsman nearer than I. grave: the couls thereof are coals

her mouth And they called Re Tarry this night, and it shall bo of fire, which have a most volebekah, and said unto her. Wilt

in the morning, that if he will perment flame. Many waters cannot thou go with this man? And she

form unto thee the part of a kinsquench love, neither can the said, I will go. And they sent

man, well, let him do the kinsfloods drown it: if a man would away Rebekah their sister, and

man's part : but if he will not do give all the substance of his her nurse, and Abrabam's servant,

the part of a kinsman to thee, house for love, it would utterly be and his men.

then will I do the part of a kinscontemned.

man to thee, as the LORD liveth:

Gen. xxxiv, 6-11. And Hamor Dan. 37. Neither shall he

lie down until the morning. And the father of Shechem went out regar Ime God of his fathers, nor

she lay at his feet until the mornunto Jacob to commune with him. the desire of women, nor regard

ing: and she rose up before ono And the sons of Jacob came out any god; for he shall maguify

could know another And ho of the field when they heard it: himself above all.

said, Let it not be known that a and the men were grieved; and

woman came into the floor. Then they were very wroth, because he

said she, Sit still, my daughter, Cant. 1.2. Let him kiss me with had wrought folly in Israel, in

until thou know how the matter the kisses of his mouth: for thy lying with Jacob's daughter:

will fall; for the man will not be love is better than wine which thing ought not to be done.

in rest, until he have finished the And Hamor communed with Cant. il, 5. Stay me with them, saying, The soul of my son

thing this day. flagons, comfort me with apples,

Shechem longeth for your daughfor I am sick of love.

1 Kings ii, 16-22. And now I ter: I pray you give her him to ask one petition of thee, deny mo Cant. iii. 4. It was but a little wife. And make ye marriages not And she said unto him, Say that I pased from them, but I

with us, and give your daughters on. And he said, Speak, I pray found him whom my soul loveth: unto us, and take our daughters

thee, unto Solomon the king, (for I held him, and would not let unto you.. And ye shall dwell

he will not say thee nay) that he bim go, until I had brought him | with us: and the land shall be be

give me Abishag the Shunaminto my mother's house, and into fore you; dwell and trade ye

mite to wite. And Bath-sheba the chamber of her that couceived therein, and get you possessions

said, Well; I will speak for thee me.

therein. And Shechem said unto

to unto the king. Bath-sheba thereCant. iv. 9. Thou hast ravished her father, and unto her brethren, I fora w

fore went unto king Solomon, to my heart, my sister, my spouse;

speak unto him for Adonijah, thou hast ravished my heart with and what ye shall say unto me I

And the king rose up to meet her, one of thine eyes, with one chain will give.

and bowed himself unto her, and of thy neck.

Judges xiv, 7. And he went sat down on his throne, and Cant. v, 8. I charge you, O down, and talked with the wo- caused a seat to be set for the daughters of Jerusalem, if ye man; and she pleased Samson king's mother, and she sat on his find my beloved, that yo tell well.

right hand. Then she said, I de. him, that I am sick of love.

Ruth ili, 4-14, 18. And it shall sire one small petition of thee; I

be, when he lieth down, that thou pray thee, say me nut nay. And Dant. vii, 10. I am my beloved's,

B, shalt mark the place where he the king said unto her, Ask on, and his desire is toward me.

shall lie, and thou shalt go in, and my mother; for I will not say theo Cant. viil, 1. Oh that thou wert | uncover his feet, and lay thee I nay. And she said, Let Abishag

tho Shunammito be givon to 2 Sam, xiii, 11--14. And when 1. Jer. II, 2. Go and cry in the earg Adonijah thy brother to wife. she had brought them unto him to ot Jerusalem, saying. Thus saith And king Solomon answered and eat, he took hold of ber, and said the LORD, I remember thee, tho said unto his mother, And why unto her, Cima lie with me, my kindness of thy youth, the love of dost thou ask Abistag the Shu- sister. And she answered him, thine espousals, when thou went nammite for Adonijali ? ask for Nay, my brother, do not force me; est urter me in the wilderness, in him the kingilon also; (kor he is for no such thing ought to be done a land that was not sown. miue elder brother) even for him, in Israel: do not thou this folly. losca il, 19, 20. And I will beand for Abiathar the priest, and And I, whither shall I cause my troth thee uulu me for ever; yea, for Joab the son of Zeruiah. shame to go? and as for thee, thou

I will betroth thee uato me in Prov. vii, 15. Therefore came I

shalt be as one of the fools in righteousness, and in judgment, forth to meet thee, diligently to

Israel. Now therefore, I pray aud in loving-kindness, and in

thee, speak unto the king; for le seek thy laco, and I have found

mercies: I will even betroth theo will not withhold me from theo. theo.

unto me in faithfuluess; and thou llotbeit he would not hearken shalt know the LORD. unto her voice; but, being stron.

Rom. vii, 4. Wherefore, my 1 Sam. xviii 19. But it came to ger than she, forced her, and lay

brethren, ye also are become pas3, at the time when Merab, with her.

dead to the law by the body of Saul's daughter, should bave been 180. xiii, 16. Their children also

Christ; that ye should be married given to David, that she was given shall be dushed to pieces before I to another. even to him who 18 unto Adriel the Meholthito to

their eyes; their houses shall be raised from the dead, that we wilo.

spoiled, and their wives ravished. I should bring forth fruit unto God. Tsa. liv, 6. For the LORD hath Lam. v. 11. They ravished the

Eph. v, 31, 32. For this causo called theo as a woman forsaken, women in Zion, and the malds in and grieved in spirit, and a wife of

shall a man leave his father and the cities of Judah. youth, whoo thou wast relused,

mother, and shall be joined tuto

Zeck. xiv, 2. For I will gather saith thy God.

his wife, and they two shall be all nations against Jerusalem to one flesh. This is a great mysJer. xxii, 20. Go up to Lebanon, I battle: and the city shall bo taken, tery: but I speak concerning and cry; and lift up thy voice in

and the bouses rifled, and the Christ and the cuurch. Baslan, and cry from the p18

women ravished; and half of the sages; for all thy lovers are city shall go forth into captivity,

| Rev. xix, 7, 9. Let us be glad destroyed.

and the residue of the people

nie and rejoice, and give lionour to Joel i, 8. Lament like a virgin shall not be cut off from the city.

bin: for the marriage of the girded with Sickcloth for the

Lamb is come, and his wife hath husband of her youth.


maile bersell ready. And he saith

unto me, Write, blessed are they Deut. xxii, 25-27. But if & man RAPE.

which are called unto the marfind a betrothed damsel in the Gen. xxxiv.1,2,5. And Dinah

riage supper of the Lamb. And field, and the man force her, and

he saith unto me, These are the the daughter of Leal, which she lie with her; then the man only

true sayings of God. bare unto Jacob, went out to see that lay with her shall die: But the daughters of the land. And unto the damsel thou shalt do

Rev. xxi, 2, 9. And I John sat when Shechem the son of Ilamor nothing: there is in tho damsel no

the holy city, new Jerusalem, the Ilivite, princo of the country, sin worthy of death: for as when a

coming down from God out of saw her, he took her, and lay with man riseth against his neighbour,

heaven, prepared as a brido her, and defiled her. Aud Jacob and slayeth him, even so is this

adorned for her husb ind. Aud heard that he had defiled Diuab matter: For he found her in the

there came into me one of the his daughter; (now his sous were field, and the betrothed damsel

seven angels which had the seven with his cattle in the field;) ani cried, and there was none to save

vials full of the seven last plagues, Jacob held his peace until they | her.

and talked with me, saying, Como were come.

hither, I will shew thee the bride,

the Lamb's wife. Juges xxl, 20--23. Therefore MARRIAGE. they cimmanded the children of


INSTANCES. Benjimin, saying, Go and lie in

Gen. ii, 18, 24. And the LORD wait in the vineyards; And see,

Gen. xi. 29. And Abram and God said, It is not good that the and, behold, if the daughters of

Nahor took them wives: the name man shuuld be alone; I will make Shiloh come out to dance in

of Abram's wite roas Sarai; and him an help meet for him. Theredances, thien como ye out of the

the name of Nahor's wife Milcah, fore shall a man leave his father vineyards, and catch you every

the daughter of Haran, the father and his mother, and shall cleave man his wife of the daughters of

of Milcah, and the father of Incuh. Shiloh, and go to the land of Bein

unto his wile; and they shall be
one flesh.

Gen. xxiv, 6-8. And Abraham junin. And it shall be, when their

their brethren come this cause shalla man leave father again...: Thou shalt take fathers or their brethren comel Matth. xix, 5, 6. And said. For said unto him, Beware thou that unto us to complain, that we will this cause shall a man leave father I thou bring not my Son thither

onto them. Bu lavourable unto his wife and they twaiu shall be the woman will not be wa Bay unto them, Bu lavourable unto and mother, and shall c.eave unto

unto my son from thence. And if them for our sakes; because we reserved not to each man his wife one flesh? Wherefore they are the woman will not be willing to

follow thee, then thou shall be in the war: for yo did not give no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined

clar from unto them at this time, that ye

this my oath: only should be guilty. And the chil. together, let no man put asunder. bring not my son thither again. dren of Benjamin did so, and took M ark x. 7. 8. For this cause. Gen. XXV, 20. And Isaac was them wives, according to their shall a man leave his father and forty years old when he took nuinber of thein that danced, mother, and cleave to his wife:

Rebekah to wife, the daughter of

Bethuel the Syrian ot Padanwhom they caught; and they went And they twain shall be one flesh: and returned unto their inheri. so then they are no more twain,

aram, the sister to Laban tho

Syrian. tance, and repaired the cities, and but one flesh. dwelt in them.

Exod, 11, 1. And thero went a

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