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Mark xir, 14, 15. And whereso- Ezek. xxi, 14. Thou therefore, heart upon your bed, and be still. ever he shall go in. say ye to the son of man, prophesy, and smite Selah. Gociman of the house, The Masthine hands together, and let the

Ps. xxxvi, 4. Ho deviseth mis. ter saith, Where is the guest sword bo doubled the third time, chief upon his bed; he setteti chamber, where I shall eat the the sword of the slain: it is the himself in a way that is not good; jassover with my disciples? And sword of the great men that are he abhorreth not evil. be will shew you a large upper slain, which entereth into their room furnished and prepared: privy chambers.

Ps. xli, 3. The LORD w01 there make ready for us.

strengthen him upon the ber of

Haggai i, 4. Is it time for you, languishing: thou wilt mahe all his Lake ii, 7. And she brought yo, to dwell in your cieled bed in his sickness, forth her firstborn

and houses, and this house lie waste?

Prov. vil, 16, 17. I have decker wrapped him in swaddling clothes, Matth. xxiii, 6. And love the my bed with coverings of tapestry, and laid him in a manger; becausé uppermost rooms at feasts, and with carved there was no room for them in the chief seats in the synagogues. linen of Egypt. I have perfumed

works, with fino the inn.

Matth. xxiv, 26. Wherefore if my bed with myrrh, dives, and cinActs i, 13. And when they were they shall say unto you, Behold, namon. me in, they went up into an he is in the desert; go not forth; opper room, where abode both behold, he is in the secret cham-ing to pay, why should he take

Prov. xxii, 27. If thou hast nothPeler, and James, and John, and bers: believe it not. Andrew, Philip, and Thomas,

away thy bed from under thee? Bartholomew, and Matthew

Çant. I, 16. Behold, thou art

FURNITURE. Janes the son of Alphaus, and

fair, my beloved, yea, pleasant; Sidon Zelotes, and Judas the


also our bed is green. brother of James.

Gen. xlvil, 31. And he said, Isa. xxviii, 20. For the bed is Ads ix, 37. And it came to pass Swear unto me. And be sware shorter than that a man in those days, that she was sick. unto him. And Israel bowed stretch himself on it: and tho and died: whom when they had himself upon the bed's head. covering narrower than that ho washed, they laid her in an upper Deut. iii, 11. For only Og king

can wrap himself in it. Chamber. of Bashan remained of the rem

Isa. Ivii, 2. He shall enter into Acts xx, 8. And there were nant of giants; behold, his bed-peace: they shall rest in their many lights in the upper cham- stead was a bedstead of iron; is it beds, each one walking in his upber, where they were gathered not in Rabbath of the children of rightness. together. Ammon?

Ezek. xxiii, 41. And satest upon 1 Sam. xix, 13, 15. And Michal

a stately bed, and a table prepar

ed before it, whereupon thou Ps. XIX, 5, Which is as a bride-took an image, and laid it in the

hast set mino incense and mino groom coming out of his chamber, bed, and put a pillow of goats'

oil. and rejoiceth as a strong man to hair for his bolster, and covered run a race. it with a cloth, And when Saul

Amos vi, 4. That lie upon beds

of ivory, and stretch themselves Ps. XXX, 8. And hast not shut sent messengers to take David, me up into the hand of the enemy:

she said, He is sick. And Sauí upon their couches, and eat the gent the messengers again to see

lambs out of the flock, and the thou hast set my foot in a largo David, saying, Bring bim up to calves out of the midst of the room.

me in the bed, that I may slay stall. Prov. xxi, 9. It is better to dwell him.

Mark iv, 21. And he said unto in a corner of the housetop, than with a brawling woman in a wide

1 Kin. xxi, 4. And Ahab came in them, is a candle brought to be house.

to his house heavy and displeased put under a bushel, or under a

because of the word which Naboth bed? and not to be set on a candleCant. 1, 4. Draw me, we will

the Jezreelite had spoken to him: stick? ron after thee: the king hath for he had said, I will not give Acts


15. Insomuch that they brought me into his chambers: thee the inheritance of my fathers. brought forth the sick into the we will be glad and rejoice in And he laid him down upon his streets, and laid them on beds anil thee,

bed, and turned away his face, couches, that at the least the Çant. ii, 4. He brought me to and would eat no bread.

shadow of Peter passing by miglit the banqueting house, and his

2 Kings i, 4. Now therefore this overshadow some of them. banner over me was love.

saith the LORD; Thou shalt not Çant. iii, 4. It was but a little come down from that bed on that I passed from them, but I which thou art gone up, but shalt

BOTTLE, PITCHER. found him wbom my soul loveth: surely die. And Elijah departed.

Gen. xxi, 14. And Abraham I held him, and would not let

rose up early in the morning, and 2 Kings iv, 21. And she went go, until I

took bread, and a bottle of water, Into tary mother's house, and into np, and laid him on the bed op and gave it unto Hagar, putting it the chamber of her that conceived the man of God, and shut the door

on her shoulder, and the child, upon him, and went out. me.

and sent her away: and she deIsa. XXVI, 20. Come, my people, shall comfort me, my couch shall

Job vii, 13. When I say, My bed parted, and wandered in the

wilderness of Beer-sheba, enter thou into thy chambers, and shot thy doors about thee: 'hide vaso my complaint.

Ps. Ivi, 8. Thou tellest my thyself as it were for a little mo- Job xvii, 13. If I wait, the grave wanderings: put thou my tears ment, until the indignation be is mine house: I have made my into thy bottle: are they not in thy overpast. bed in the darkness.

book? Jer. xxii, 14. That saith, I will

Job xxxiii, 15. In a dream, in a P3. cxix, 83. For I am becare build me a wide house and large vision of the night, when deep like a bottle in the smoke; yet do chambers, and cutteth him out sleep falleth upon men, in slum- I not forget thy statutes. windows, and it is cieled with berings upon the bed.

Jer. xix, 1, 10. Thus saith the cedar, and painted with vermil- Ps. iv, 4. Stand in awe, and sin Lord, Gó and get a potter's ion

not: commune with your own earthen bottle, and take of the

ancients of the people, and of the hand of him that betrayeth me is | house? And she said, 'Thine handancients of the priests; Then with me on the table.

maid hath not any thing in the shalt thou break the bottle in the sight of the men that go with him a supper; and Martha served: John xii, 2. There they made house, savo a pot of oil.

Neh. xiii, 8. And it grieved mo thee.

but Lazarus was one of them that sore: therefore I cast forth all the Mark ii, 22. And no man putteti sat at the table with him.

household stull of Tobiah out of new wine into old bottles: elso the

Rom. xi, 9. new wine doth burst the bottles, Let their table be made a snare,

And David saith, the chamber.

Luke ix, 17. And they did eat, and the wine is spilled, and the and a trap, and a stumblingblock, and were all filled: and there was bottles will be marred: but new

and a recompence unto them. taken up of fragments that rewino must be put into new bot

mained to them twelve baskets. ties.


2 Tim. ii, 20. But in a great Gen. xxiv, 14. 15. And let it come to pass, that the damsel to whom

1 Sam. i, 9. So Iannah rose up house there are not only vessels I shall say, Let down thy pitcher, after they had eaten in Shiloh, of gold and of silver, but also of


wood and of carth; and some to I pray thee, that I may drink; and and after they had drunk. sho shall say, Drink, and I will Eli the priest sat upon a seat by a honour and some to dishonour, give thy camels drink also: let the post of the temple of the LORD.

THE HEARTH. same be she that thou hast ap- 1 Sam. iv, 18. And it came to pointed for thy servant Isaac; and pass, when he made mention of

FIRE. thereby shall I know that thou the ark of God, that he fell from Ecod. XXXV, 3. Ye shall kindlo hast shewed kindness unto iny off the seat backward by the sido no fire throughout your habitamaster. And it came to pass, be- of the gate, and his neck brake, tions upon the sabbath dny. fore he had done speaking, that, and he died: for he was an old

1 Kings iv, 40. So they poured behold, Rebekah came out, who man, and heavy. And he had out for the men to eat. And it was born to Bethuel, son of Mil-judged Israel fory years.

came to pass, as they were eating cah, the wife of Nahor, Abraham's 1 Kings ii, 19. Bath-sheba there- of the pottage, that they cried brother, with her pitcher upon her fore went unto king Solomon, to out, and said, O thou man of God, shoulder.

speak unto him for Adonijah. there is death in the pot. And Julges vil, 16. And he divided And the king rose up to meet her, they could not eat thereof. the three hundred men into three and bowed himself unto her, and

Isa, XXX, 14. And he shall break companies, and he put a trumpet sat down on his throne, and cansed it as the breaking of the potters in every man's hand, with empty a seat to be set for the king's vessel that is broken in pieces; he pitchers, and lamps within the mother; and sho sat on his right shall not spare: so that there shall pitchers. hand.

not be found in the bursting of it Lam. iv, 2. The precious sons of 2 Chron. ix, 17-19. Moreover a sherd to take fire from the Zion, comparable to fine gold, the king made a great throne of hearth, or to take water withal how are they esteemed as earthen ivory, and overlaid it with pure out of the pit. pitchers, the work of the hands of gold. And there were six steps to the potter! the throne, with a footstool of thereof in the fire; with part there

13a. xliv, 16. He burneth part gold, which were fastened to the of he eateth flesh; ho roasteth

throne, and stays on each side of roast, and is satisfied: yea, he TABLE.

the sitting place, and two lions warnieth himself, and saith, Aha, Judges i, 7. And Adoni-bezek standing by the stays: And twelve I ain warm, I have seen the fire. said, Threescore and ten kings, lions stood there on the che side having their thumbs and their and on the other upon the six

Jer. vii, 18. The children gather great toes cut off, gathered their

steps. There was not the like wood, and the fathers kindle the ineat under my table: as I have made in any kingdom.

fire, and the women knead their done, so God hath requited me.

dough, to make cakes to the And they brought him to Jeru- the gate through the city, when I drink offerings unto other gods,

Job xxix. 7. When I went out to queen of heaven, and to pour out salem, and there he died. prepared my seat in the street!

that they may provoke me 1 Kin. x, 5. And the meat of his

ånger. table, and the sitting of his ser- OTHER ARTICLES.

Jer, xxix, 22. And of them shall vants, and the attendance of his Gen. xxxi, 37. Whereas thou be taken up a curse by all the · ministers, and their apparel, and hast searched all my stuff, what captivity of Judah which are in his cupbearers.

hast thou found of all thy house- Babylon, saying: The Lord make Neh. V, 17.

Moreover there hold stuff? set it here before my thee like Zedekiah and like Ahab, vere at my table an hundred and brethren and thy brethren, that whom the

king of Babylon roastfifty of the Jews and rulers, be they may judge betwixt us both.

ed in the fire. side those that camo unto us from

Exod. xxxviil, 8. And he made among the heathen that are about the laver of brass, and the foot of sat in the 'winter-house in the

Jer. XXXVI, 22, 23. Now the king us.

it of brass, of the lookingglasses ninth month: and there was iz fire Ps. xxiil, 5. Thou preparest a of the women assembling, which

on the hearth burning before table before me in the presence of assembled at the door of the

him. And it came to pass that mine enemies: thou anointest my tabernacle of the congregation.

when Jehudi had read three or head with oil; my cup runneth Judges v, 26. She put her hand four leaves, he cut it with the ponover.

to the nail, and her right hand to knife, and cast it into the fire ihat Mark vii, 4. And when they the workmen's hammer; and with

was on tho hearth, until all the come from the market, except the hammer she sinote Sisera, roll was consumed in the fire that they wash, they eat not. And she smote off his head, when she was on the hearth. many other things there be, had pierced and stricken through

Ezek. xv, 4. Behold, it is cast which they have received to hold, his temples.

into the fire for fuel; the fire deas the washing of cups, and pots, 2 Kings iv, 2. And Elisha said voureth both the ends of it, and brazen vessels, and of tables.

unto her, What shall I do for thee? the midst of it is burned. Is it Luke xxii, 21. But, bebold, the tell me, what hast thou in the ' meet for any work?



Hatth. xvii, 15. Lord, have , selres about with sparks: walk in, them? God distributeth sorrows mercy on my son: for he is luna- the light of your fire, and in the in his anger. tick, and sore vexed: for ofttimes sparks that ye have kindled. he talleth into the fire, and oft in- This shall ye have of mine hand; shined upon my head, and when

Job xxix, 3. When his candle to the water.

ye shall lie down in sorrow. Park yiv, 54. And Peter follow- Isa. Ixiv, 2. As when the melting darkness.

by his light I walked through ed bimafaroff even into the palace fire burneth, the firo causeth the of the high priest: and he sat with waters to boil, to make thy name

P3. Xviii, 28. For thou wilt light the servants, and warmed himself known to thine adversaries, that my candle: the Lord iny God will at the fire.

the nations may tremblo at thy enlighten my darkness. Luke xxii, 56. But a certain presence!

Ps. cxix, 105. Thy word is a maid beheld him as he sat by tho Jer. I, 13. And the word of the lamp unto my feet, and a light fire, and earnestly looked upon LORD came unto me the second unto my path. him, and said, This man was also tiine, saying, What seest thou?

Prov. xiii, 9. The light of the with himn.

And I said, I see a seething pot; righteous rejoiceth: but the lamp John xviii, 18. And the servants and the face thereof is toward the

of the wicked shall be put out. and officers stood there, who had north. made a fire of coals; for it was Ezek. xxiv, 3, 6, 11, 12. And utter

Prov. XX, 20. Whoso curseth his cold: and they warmed them- a parable unto the rebellious

father or his mother, his lamp kelves, and Peter stood with them, house, and say unto them, Thus shall be put out in obscure darkand warmed himself. saith the Lord God; Set on a pot,

ness. Acts xxviii, 2. And the barbar- set it on, and also pour water into Prov. xxiv, 20. For there shall

it. ous people shewed us no little Lord God; woe to the bloody candle of the wicked shall be put

Wherefore thus saith the be no reward to the evil man; the kinilness: for they kindled a fire, and received us every one, because

city, to the pot whose scum is out. of the present rain, and because of therein, and whose scum is not

Prov. xxxi, 18. She perceiveth the cold,

gone out of it! bring it out piece that her merchandise is good: her hy piece; let no lot fall upon it. candle goeth not out by niglit.

Then set it empty upon the coals Joh grill, 5. Yea, the light of thereof, that the brass of it may

Jer. xxv, 10. Moreover I will the wicked shall be put out, and be hot, and may burn, and that the take from them the voice of mirth, the spark of his fire shall' not filthiness of it may be molten in and the voice of gladness, the shine.

it, that the scum of it may be con- voice of the bridegroom, and the P. xxxix, 3. My heart was hot sumed. She hath wearied herself voice of the bride, the sound of within me, while I was musing with lies, and her great scum the millstones, and the light of the the fire burned: then spake I with went not forth out of her: her candle. my tongue. scum shall be in tho fire.

Matth. v, 15. Neither do men P8. lxxxiii, 14. As the fire burn- Micah i, 4. And the mountains light a candle, and put it under a eth a wood, and as the flame set- shall be molten under him, and bushel, but on a candlestick; and teth the inountains on fire. the valleys shall be cleft, as wax

it giveth light unto all that are ir.

the house. PE, cii, 3. For my days are con

before the fire, and as the waters sumed like smoke, and my bones

that are poured down a steep Matth. XXV, 1, 7, 8. Then shall are burned as an hearth. place.

the kingdom of heaven be likened Px. cxl, 10. Let burning coals

Micah iii, 3. Who also eat the unto ten virgins, which took their fall upon them: let them be cast flesh of my people, and flay their lamps, and went forth to meet the into the fire; into deep pits, that skin from off them; and they break bridegroom. Then all those virthey rise not up again.

gins arose, and trimmed their their bones, and chop them in Ps. cxli, 7. Our bones are scat- pieces, as for the pot, and as flesh lamps. And the foolish said unto within the caldron.

the wise, Give us of your oil; for tered at the grave's mouth, as

our lamps are gone out. When one cutteth and cleaveth

Zech. iii, 2. And the LORD said

unto Satan, The LORD rebuke Luke viii, 16. No man, when he tood upon the earth. Proc, X, 26. As vinegar to the hath' chosen' Jerusalem rebuke with a vessel, or putteth it under

thee, O Satan; even the LORD that hath lighted a candle, covereth it teeth, and as smoke to the eyes: thee: is not this a brand plucked a bed; but setteth it on a candleSo is the sluggard to them that out of the fire?

stick, that they which enter in send him. Proc. xxvi, 20. Where no wood make the governors of Judah like

Zech. xii, 6. In that day will I may see the light. is, there the fire goeth out: so

Luke xi, 36. If thy whole body, where there is no talebearer, the and like a torch of fire in a sheat; no part dark, the whole shall be

an hearth of fire among the wood, therefore'be full of light, having strife ceaseth.

and they shall devour all the peo- full of light, as when the bright Çant. viii, 6. Set me as a seal ple round about, on the right shining of a candlo doth give theo upon thine heart, as a seal upon hand and on the left; and Jerusa- light. thine arın: for love is strong as lem shall be inhabited again in

Luke xv. 8. Either what woman death; jealousy is cruel as the her own place, even in Jerusalem. having ten pieces of silver, if she grave, the coals thereof are coals

Matth. iii, 10. And now also tho lose one piece, doth not light a of fire, which hath a most vehe

ax is laid unto the root of the candle, and sweep the house, and ment flame.

trees: therefore every tree which seek diligently till she find it? 130. xlvii, 14. Behold, they shall

bringeth not forth good fruit is be as stubble; the fire shall burn hewn down, and cast into the

Acts xvi, 29. Theth fie called for them; they shall not deliver them- fire.

a light, and spraurg' in, and came selves from the power of the


and fell down before flame: there shall not be a coal to


Paul and Silás. warm at, nor fire to sit before it.

Job, xxi, 17. How oft is the candle Rev. xviii, 23. And the light of a Isa. 1, 11. Behold, all ye that of the wicked put out? and how candle shall shine no more at all kindle a fire, that compass your oft cometh their destruction upon in thee.*

LEPROSY IN HOUSES. 1 Chron. vii, 24. (And his daugh- DIFFERENT KINDS OF Lev.xiv, 34-41. When ye be cometer was Sheran, who built Beth.

CITIES. into the land of Canaan, which I horon the nether, and the upper,

ROYAL. give to you for a possession, and and Uzzen-sherah.) I put the plague of leprosy in a

Num. xvi. 26. For Heshbon aras 1 Chron. viii, 12. The song of house of the land of your posses. Elpaal; Eber, and Misham, and the city of sihon the king of the sion; And he that owneth the Shamed, who built Ono, and Lod, the former king of Moab, anil

Amorites, who had fought against house shall come and tell the with the towns thereof. priest, saying, It seemeth to me

taken all his land out of his hand, there is as it were a plague in the 2 Chron. viii, 5, 6. Also he built even unto Arnon. house: Then the priest shall com- Beth-horon the upper, and Beth- Josh. x, 2. That they feared mand that they empty the house, horon the nether, fenced cities, greatly, because Gibeon was a before the priest go into it to sce with walls, gates, and bars; And great city, as one of the rural the plague, that all that is in the Baalath, and all the store cities cities, and because it was greater house be not made unclean: and that Solomon had, and all the than "Ai, and all the men thereof afterward the priest shall go in to chariot cities, and the cities of the were mighty. see the house: And he shall look horsemen, and all that Solomon 2 Sam. xii, 26. And Joab fouglit on the plague, and, behold, if the desired to build in Jerusalem, and against Rabbah of the children of plague be in the walls of the house in Lebanon, and throughout all Ainmon, and took the royal city. with hollow strakes, greenish or the land of his dominion. reddish, which in sight are lower

TREASURE. than the wall; Then the priest 2 Chron. xxvii, 4. Moreover he shall go out of the house to the built cities in the mountains of Exod. 1, 11. Therefore they did door of the house, and shut up the Judah, and in the forests he built set over them taskmasters

aflict them with their burdens house seven days: And the priest castles and towers. shall come again the seventh day,

And they built for Pharaoh treaand shall look; and, behold, if the provided him cities, and posses

2 Chron. xxxii, 29. Moreover he sure-cities, Pithom and Raamses. plagne be spread in the walls of sions of flocks and herds in abundthe house; Then the priest shall ance: for God had given him sub

COMMERCIAL. command that they take away the stance very much.

1:a. xxiii, 11. He stretched out stones in which the plague is, and

his hand over the sea, he shook they shall cast them into an un- Jonah iii, 3. So Jonah arose, and the kingdoms: the Lord hath giren clean place without the city: And went unto Nineveh, according to a commandment against the merhe shall cause the house to be the word of the LORD, Now chant city, to destroy the strong scraped within round about, and Nineveh was an exceeding great holds thereof. they shall pour out the dust that city of three days' journey.

Erck. xxvil, 3. And say unto they scrape off without the city

Tyrus, O thou that art situate at into an unclean place.


the entry of the sea, which art a

merchant of the people for many CITIES.

Gen. xi, 8. So the LORD scattered isles, Thus saith the Lord Gop; O

them abroad from thence upon Tyrus, thou hast said, I am of ERECTION.

the face of all the carth; and they perfect beauty. Gen. x, 11, 12. Ont of that land left off to build the city. went forth Asshur, and builded

CHARIO T. Nineveh, and the city Rehoboth,

1 Kings xv, 21, 22. And it came and Calah, And Resen between to pass, when Baasha heard there- 2 Chron. 1, 14. And Solomon Nineveh and Calah: the same is a of, that he left off building of gathered chariots and horsemen: great city. Ramah, and dwelt in Tirzah. I and he had a thonsand and four

hundred chariots, and twelve Gen. xi, 4, 5. And they said, Go Then king Asa inade a proclamato, let us build us a city and a

thousand horsemen, which he tion throughout all Judal; none tower, whose top may reach unto the stones of Ramah, and the tim- with the king at Jerusalem.

was exempted; and they took away placed in the chariot cities, and heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad / ber thereof, wherewith Baasha 2. Chron. ix, 25. And Solomon upon the face of the whole earth. had builded; and king Asa built had four thousand stalls for horses And the LORD came down to see with thein Geba of Benjamin, and and chariots, and twelve thousand

horsemen; whom he bestowed in the city and the tower, which the Mizpah. childreu of men builded.

the chariot cities, and with the

king at Jerusalem. 1 Kings ix, 17-19. And Solomon

NAMING built Gezer, and Beth-horon the Gen. iv, 17. . . . He builded a

STORE. nether, And Baalath, and Tadmor city, and called the name of the in the wilderness, in the land, city, after the name of his son, Tadmor in the wilderness, and all

2 Chron. viii, 4. And he built And all the cities of store that

Enoch, Solomon had, and cities for his

the store cities, which he built in

Hamath. chariots, and cities for his horse- Judges xvill, 29. And they callmen, and that which Solomon de-ed the name of the city Dan, after sired to build in Jerusalem, and the name of Dan their father, who

FENCED AND FORTIFIED in Lebanon, and in all the land of was born unto Israel: howbeit the

CITIES. his dominion. name of the city was Laish at tho

Num. xiii, 28. Nevertheless the 1 Kings xil, 25. Then Jeroboam tirst.

people be strong that dwell in the built Shechern in mount Ephraim, 1 Kings xvi, 24. And he bought land, and the cities are walled, and dwelt therein; and went out the hill Samaria of Shemer for two and very great: and moreover wo from thence, and built Penuel. talents of silver, and built on the

saw the children of Anak there. 2 Kings xiv, 22. He built Elath, bill, and called the name of the Num. xxxii, 17. But we our. and restored' it to Judah, after city which he built, after the name selves will go ready arıned before that the king slept with his of Shemer, owner of the hill, the children of Israel, until wo fathers. Samaria.

have brought them their

places and our little ones shall Gath, and Mareshah, and Ziph, thereof, neither had respect into sell in the fenced cities because And Adoraim, and Laclish, and him that fashioned it loug ago. of the inhabitants of the land. Azekah. And Zorah, and Aijalon,

Isa. xxxvi, 1. Now it came to Deut. I, 28. Whither shall wo

and Hebron, which are in Judah pas; in the fourteenth year of up our brethren have dis- and in Benjamin fenced cities. king Hezekiah, that Sennacherib Pariged onr heart, saying, The And he fortified the strong holds, king of Assyria came up against people is greater and taller than and put captains in them, and all ihe defenced cities of Judah, we: the cities are great and walled store of victual, and of oil and and took them. op to heaven; and moreover we

wine. And in every several city have seen the sons of the Anakims he put shields and spears, and heard long ago, now I have done

Isa. xxxvii, 26. Hast thou not there.

made them exceeding strong, havDeut. iii. 5. All these cities were side. And he dealt wisely, and brought it to pass, that thou ing Judah and Benjamin on his it; and of ancient times, that I

have formed it? now have I fepced with high walls, gates, and

dispersed of all his children bars, beside unwalled towns a throughout all the countries of shouldest be to lay waste defenced great miny. Judah and Benjamin, unto every

cities into . Deut. ix, 1. Hear, O Israel: Thou fenced city: and he gave them Jer. iv, 5. Declare ye in Judah, art to pass over Jordan this day, victual in abundanco. And he and publish in Jerusalem; and to go in to possess nations greater desired many wives.

say, Blow ye the trumpet in the el mightier than thyself, cities great and fenced up to heaven.

2 Chron. xii, 4. And he took the land: cry, gather together, and

fenced cities which pertained to say, Assemble yourselves, and let Josh. x, 19, 20. And stay ye not, Judah, and came to Jerusalem.

us go into the defenced cities. but pursue after your enemies,

2 Chron. xiv, 6, 7. And he built Jer. v, 17. And they shall eat up and sinite the hindmost of them; fenced cities in Judab: for the land thine liarvest, and, thy bread, muller them not to enter into their had rest, and he had no war in which thy sons and thy danghters cities for the Lord your God hath those years; because

the Lord had should eat: they shall eat up thy in


given him rest. Therefore ho flocks and thine herds: they shaii And it came to pass, when Joshua said unto Judah, Let us build these eat up thy vines and thy tig trees: and tho children of Israel had made an end of slaying them with cities, and make about them walls, they shali impoverish thy fenced and towers, gates, and bars, while

cities, wherein thou trustedst, 3 very great slaughter, till they the land is yet before us; because with the sword. thick renained of thein entered

we have sought the Lord our God, Jer. viii, 14. Why do we sit into fenced cities.

we have sought him, and he hath still? assemble yourselves, and let Jork, xiv, 12. Now therefore they built and prospered. given 118 rest on every side. So us enter into the defenced cities,

and let us be silent there: for the zire me this monntain, whereof the LORD spake in that day; for

2 Chron. xvii, 2, 12. And he LORD our God hath put us to thou heardest in that day how the placed forces in all the fenced silence, and given us water of gall Anakims were there, and that the in the land of Judah, and in the against the LORD.

cities of Judah, and set garrisons to drink, because we have sinned cities were great and fenced: if cities of Ephraim, which Asa his so be the LORD will be with me, father had taken.

Jer. xxxiv, 7. When the king of then I shall be able to drive them phat waxed great exceedingly; Jerusalem, and against all the

And Jehosha- Babylon's army fought against bat, as the LORD said.

and he built in Judah castles, and cities of Judah that were left, 1 Sam. xxiii, 7. And it was told cities of store. Girl that David was como

against Lachish, and against to Keilah. And Sanl said, God hath

2 Chron, xix, 5. And he set Azekah: for these defenced cities delivered him into mine hand; for Judges in the land throughout all remained of the cities of Judah. he is shut in, by entering into a the fenced cities of Judah, city by

Dan. xi, 15. So the king of the lown that hath gates and bars. city.

north shall come, and cast up a 2 Sam. V, 9. So David dwelt in

2 Chron. xxi, 3. And their father mount, and take the most fenced the fort, and called it the city of gave them great gifts of silver, cities: and the arms of the south Disid. And David built found things, with fenced cities in Ju- chosen people, neither shall there

and of gold, and of precious shall not withstand, neither his about from Millo and inward. 2 Sam. xx, 6. And David said to Jehoram; because he

dah: but the kingdom gavo ho to be any strength to withstand.

was the Abishai, Now shall Sheba the son firstborn.

Hosea viii, 14. For Israel hath of Bichri do us more harin the

forgotten his Maker, and buildet dua Absillom: take thou thy lord's Uzziah built towers in Jerusalem plied fenced cities: but I will send

2 Chron. XXVI, 9. Moreover temples; and Judah hath multikervants, and pursue after him, Text he get lum fenced cities, and valley gate, and at the turning of devour the palaces thereof. at the corner gate, and at the

a fire upon his cities, and it shall Escape us.

the wall, and fortitled them. 2 Kings x, 2. Now as soon ag

(See under War.) this letter cometh to you, seeing covered the covering of Judah,

1sa. xxii, 8-11. And he disyour mast:r's sons are with you, and thou didst look in that day to anl there are with you chariots

P's. xviii, 12, 13. Walk about and horses, a fenced city alsó, and the armour of the house of the Zion, and go round about her: tell

Ye have seen also the the towers thereof. Mark ye well armouir.

breaches of the city of David, that her bulwarks, consider her 1 Chron. xi, 7. And David dwelt they are many: and ye gathered palaces; that'ye may tell it to the in the castle; therefore they called together the waters of the lower generation following: it the city of David. pool. And ye have numbered

Ps. cxxv, 2. As the mountains 2 Chrom. xi, 5-12, 23. And Reho- the houses of Jerusalem, and the

are round about Jerusalern, so the hoam dwelt in Jeru alem, and houses have ye broken down to

LORD is round about his people bollt cities for defence in Judah fortify the wall. Ye made also a

from henceforth even for ever. He built eren Beth-lehem, and ditch between the two walls for Etam, ani Tekoa, And Beth-zur, the water of the old pool: but ye Isa. xxvi, 1. In that day shall and Shoco, and' Adullam, And I have not looked unto the maker I this song bé suns in the land of

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