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them, that they could not arise ; ! anoint to be king over Israel; and sand men. And Benjamin tend yea, they are fallen under my Elisha the son of Shaphat, of forth agalost them out of Gibes teet.

Abel-mebolah, shalt thou anoint the second day, and destruye! 2 Kings viii, 28. And he went with to be prophet in thy room. And it down to the ground of beer Joram the son of Ahab to the war shall come to pass that him that dren of Israel again eigin: against Hazael the king of Syria in escapeth the sword of Hazael shall thousand men; all these dresses Ramoth-gilead; and the Syrians Jehu slay; and him that escapth sword. And the LORD stoele wounded Joram.

from the sword of Jehusball jamin before Israei: and because Elisha slay.

dren of Israel destroyed the 2 Chron. xviii, 33, 34. And a certain man drew a bow at a ven- 1 Kings xx, 21. And the king of Benjamites that day treats as ture, and smote the king of Israel Israel went out, and smote the five thousand and an bundreds between the joints of the harness : horses and chariots, and slew the all these drew the syurt 4* therefore he said to his chariot- Syrians with a great slaughter.

there fell of Benjamin place man, Turn thine hand, that thou 2 Kings xill, 7. Neither dia he thousand mea: all these te mayest carry me out of the host; leave of the people to Jeboahaz men of valour. for I am wounded. And the but fifty horsemen, and ten cha

1 Sam. iv. 2. 10. And the Pit battle increased that day: how riots, and ten thousand footmen;

listines put themselves in aria! beit the king of Israel stayed him- for the king of Syria had destroy against Israel: and step that selj up in his chariot against the ed them, and had made them like Joined battle. Israel mus site Syrians until the even; and about the dust by threshing

before the Philistides: and th: the time of the sun going down he

slew of the army in the field a died.

2 Chron. XX, 24. And when four thousand mes. Ante P2 2 Chron. xxii. 6. And he re- tower in the wilderness, they smitten, and they fled every se

Judah came toward the watch- listines fought, and Isa Ta turned to be healed in Jezreel be- looked unto the multitude, and into his tent; and there was 3 TE? cause of the wounds wbich were behold, they were dead bodies great slaughter; for these 1 given him at Ramah, when he fallen to the earth, and none of Israel thirty thousand tami fought with Hazael king of Syria. escaped. And Azariah the son of Jeboram

1 Sam. XXXI, 2. And the Pelik king of Judah went down to see

Esther ix, 6. Thus the Jews tines followed hard upo 52 Jenioram the son of Ahab at Jez- smote all their enemies with the upon his sods: and the Putra reel, because he was sick.

stroke of the sword, and slaughter, blew Jonathan, and Abibadah,

and destruction, and did what Melchi-shua, Saul's sods. 2 Chron. XXXV. 23 24. And the archers shot at king Josiah : and they would unto those that hated them.

2 Sam. ii, 22, 30, 31. And the the king said to his servants,

gaidagain to Asahel Torn teens Have me away; for I am sore

Jer. xli, 3. Ishmael also slew

from following me: wounded. His servants therefore all the Jews that were with bim, should I smite ihes to the greate took him out of that chariot, and even with Gedaliah, at Mizpah, how then should I hold up zy put him in the

second chariot that and the Chaldeans that were found to Joab thy brother? Ants: he had; and they brought hiin to there, and the men of war.

returned from follossing A10 Jerusalem and he died, an i was

and when he bad gathered all L? buried in one of the sepulchres of

DAVID'S LAMENT OVER SAUL AND

people together, there besed his fathers, and all Judah and

JONATUAN.

David's servants nineteed 38 Jerusalem mourned for Josiah. 2 Sam. 1, 17, 19, 23--27. And

Asahel. But the servants of ror Ps. xviii, 38. I have wouuded David lamented with this lamen- bad smitten of Benjamin and them, that they were not able to tation over Saul, and over Jona- Abner's men, so that three to rise; they are fallen under my than bis son: The beauty of Israel dred and threescore men diet feet.

is slain upon thy high places: how 2 Sam. xviii, 6, 7. So the peo Mark xiv, 47. And one of them are the mighty fallen! Saul and went out into the deld again that stood by drew a sword, and Jonathan were lovely and plea- Israel: and the battle is in de smyte a servant of the high priest, sant, in their lives, and in their wood of Ephrain; where and cut off his ear.

death they were not divided: they people of Israel were slain :

were swifter than eagles, they the servants of David: aod the THE SLAIN.

were stronger than lions. Ye was there a great elsaghter the Judges 1. 6. Adil they found daughters of Israel, weep over day of twenty thousand saci. Adoni-bezek in Bezek: and they Saul, who clothed you in scarlet,

2 Kings is, 24. And Jebo do with other delights; who put on fought against him, and they slew ornaments of gold upon your ap-smote Jehoram between bis si

a bow with his fall streugh se the Canaanites and the Perizzites. parel. How are the mighty fallen and the arrow went out

Judges xi, 32, 33. So Jepthah in the midst of the battle! O Jona- heart, and he sonk do sa s LA 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 Lord delivered them into my brother Jonathan: very plea- Pharaoh-nechoh king of Es

2 Kings xxiii. 29. In bis on his hands. And be smote them sant hast thou been unto me: thy from Aroer, even till thou come to love to me was wonderful, passing

went up against the fiz Minnith, even twenty cities, and the love of women. How are the Assyria to the river Eupbras unto the plain of the vineyards, mighty fallen, and the weapons of and king Josiah Fent 192 with a very great slaughter. .... war perished !

him; and he slew bim at Meciului

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 Pt with the Philistines, and brought

tines followed hard after Sex SLAIN.

and after his sons and the F away their cattle, and smote them with a great slaughter. So David the children of Benjamin came dab, and Malchishus, the sus

Judges xx, 21, 25, 35, 44. And tines slew Jonathan, and Ale saved the inhabitants of Keilah.

forth out of Gibeah, and destroyed Saul. So Saul died, and has the 1 Kings xix, 10, 17. the SOD of Niúishi shalt thou lites that day i wenty and two thou- 1 gether. And Jeliu down to the ground of the Israel- sons, and all his house de

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2 Chron. xiii, 17. And A bijab , an hundred and twenty thousand | Shusbatı Cathered themselves to and 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 Zalınunna, of the month Adar, and slev slain of Israel five hundred tbou. What manner of men were they three hundred men at Shusham, gand chosen men,

whom ye slew at Tabur? Anu but on the prey they laid not th:t ir 2 Chron. xxviii, 6, 7. For Pekah they answered. As thou art, so hand. But the other Jews that ibe sun

in of Remabah slew in were they; each one resembled were the king's provinces Judah an liundred and twenty the chil«ren of a king.

gathered themselves together, thousand in one day, which were 2 Sam. viil, 5, 13. And when the and stood for their lives, and lud all valiant men; because they had Syrians of Damascus came to rest from their enemies, and new for-aken the LORD God of their succour Hadadezer king of Zobah, of their foes seventy and live fathers. And Zichri, a migley David slew of the Syrians two thousand (but they laid not their man of Ephraim, slew Maaseiab and twenty thousand men. And hands on the prey) che king's son, and Azrikam the David gat him a name when he covernor 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 ISRAEG sing. eighteen thousand men.

Judges xix, 11-14. 17--19, 27-30. Jer. xli, 2. Then arose Ishmael

1 Kings xx, 29. And they pitch. And when they were by Jebus, he son of Nethaniah, and the ed one over against the other the day was far spent; and the en men that were with him, and seven days; and so it was, that servant said unto

his master, mote Gedaliah the son of Ahi in the seventh day the battle was Come, I pray thee, and let us turn

I am, the son of Shaplan, with Joined: and the children of Israel in into this city of the Jebusites, he sword, and slew bim, whom slew of the Syrians an hundred and lodge in it. And his master he king of Babylon had made thousand footmen in one day. said unto him, We will not turu Overnor over the land.

2 Kings xiv, 7. He slew of aside hither into the city of a YAMES AND NUMBERS OF GEXTILES

Edom in the valley of salt ten stranger, that is not of the chile
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.

gervant, Come, and let us draw arred against the Midianites, as 1 Chron. xviii, 5, 12. And when lodge all night, in Gibeah, or in

near to one of these places to he LORD commanded Moses; and the Syrians of Damascus came to

Ramah. And they passed on, and dey slew all the males. And

help Hadarezer king of Zobah, I went their way; and the sun went vey slew the kings of Midian, David slew of the Syrians two down upon them when they were esides the rest of them, that and twenty thousand men. More by Gibeah, which belongeth to ere slain; namely. Evi, and Re

over Abishai the son of Zeruiah em, and Zur, and Hur, and Reba, slew of the Edomites

Benjamin. And when he had

in the ve kings of Midiap: Balaam also

lifted up his eyes, he saw a way. valley of Salt eighteen thousand. le son of Beor they slew with

faring man in the street of the

1 Chron. xix, 18. But the city: and the old le sword.

man said, Syrians fled before Israel; and Whither goest thou? and whence Josh. viii, 25. And so it was, that David slew of the Syrians seven comest thou? And he said unto i that fell that day, both of men thousand men which fought in him, We are passing from Bethid women, were twelve thou- chariots, and torty thousand foot-lehem-judah toward the side of ind, eren all the men of Al.

men, and killed Shophach the mount Ephraim; from thence am Judges i, 4, 10. And Judah captain of the host.

1: and I went to Beth-lebem-sudah, ent up; and the LORD delivered

2 Chron. XXV, 11. And Amaziah but I am now going to the house le Canaanites and the Perizzites strengthened bimself, and led

of the LORD; and there is no man to their hand: and they slew forth his people, and went to the

that receiveth me to house, Yet : them in Bezek ten thousaud valley of Salt, and smote of the

there is both straw and provender And Judah went against children of Seir ten thousand.

for our asses; and there is bread le Canaanites that dwelt in

and wine also for me and for thy ebron: (now the name of Hebron

Esther ix, 6-12, 15, 16. And in handmaid, and for the young laan fore was Kirjath- arba:) and Shushan the palace the Jews slew which is with thy servants: there ey Blew Shesbai, and Animan, and destroyed five bundred men. is no want of any thing. And her id Talmai.

And Parslandatha, and Dalphon, lord rose up in the morving, and Judges iil, 29. And they slew and Aspatha; And Poratha, and opened the doors of the house, Mout at that time about ten Adalia, und Aridatha, and Par- and went out to go his way: und, ousand men, all lusty, and all mashta, and Arisai, and Aridai, behold, the woman his concubino eu of valour, and there escaped anı. Vajezatha, The ten sons of was fallen down at the door of the

Haman the son of Hammedatha, bouse, and her hands were upon t & man.

the enemy of the Jews, slew tbey; the threshold. And he said tinto Judges vil, 25. And they took but on the spoil laid they not her, Up, and let us be going; but 10 princes of the Midianites, their band. On that day the none answered. Then the man reb and Zeeb; and they slew uumber of those that were slain took her up upon an ass, and the reb upon the rock Oreb, and in Shushan the palace was brouzht man rose up, and gat him unto leb they slew at the wine-press before the king. And the king bis place. And when he was Zeeb, and pursued Midian, and said unto Esther the queen, Tbe come into his house, he took a ought the heads of Oreb and Jews bave slain and destroyed knife, and laid hold on bis concu"eb to Gideon on the other side five hundred men in Shushan the bine, and divided her, together irdan,

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 d Zalmunna were in Karkor, of the king's provinces? Now, Israel. And it was 80, that all d their hosts with them, about what is thy petition? and it shall that saw it said, There was to teen thousand men, all that be granted thee; or what is thy such deed done nor seen from the ere left of all the hosts of the request further? and it shall be day that the children of Israel duren of the east: for there fell done. For the Jews that were in came up out of the land of E-55t

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unto this day: consider of it, take Josh. vili, 23. And the king of sackcloth on their lolos and 1 advice, and speak your minds. Ai they took alive, and brouglit ropes on their beads, and can: Juges xx, 19. And the children him to Joshua.

the king of Israel, ani wall. Ta3 of Israel rose up in the morning, 1 Sam. XXX, 2, 3. And had taken servant Ben-hadad siti i prus and encamped against Gibeah.

the women cuprives that were thee, let me live, And be said

therein: they slew not any, either he yet alive? he is dis nie Its RESULT

great or small, but carried them Now the men did diliscurstJudges xxi, 2, 3, 5--9, 15, 17. And David and his men came to the come from him, and dislis.

away, and went on their way. So serve whether any things the people came to the house of God, anii abode there till even city, and, behold, it was burnt catch it: and they said. To with fire; and their wives, and

ther Ben-hadad. Then be u before God, and lifted up their their sons, and their daughters. Go ye, bring him voices, and wept sure; And said, O LORD God of Israel, why is this were taken captives.

hadad came furth to him; 2016

cansed him to come up bb come to pass in Israel, that there 2 Sam. viii, 4. And David took

chariot. should be to-day one tribe lacking from himn a thousand chariots, and in Israel? And the children of soven hundred horsemen, and king

of Israel ouvid unu Etsi

2 Kings vi, 21-22 Israel said, Who is there among

twenty thousand footmen: all the tribes of Israel that came David houghed all the chariot when he saw them. My cho 1.0t up with the congregation horses, but reserved of them for shall I sinite themi shall Is

them. And he answers, TL unto the LORD? For they had an hundred chariots. made a great oth concerning 1 Chron. xviii, 4. And David Thou smile those sbon London

shalt not smite them: him that came not up to the LORD took from bim a thousand cbas taken capuse with ihr wirdul to Mizpel, saying, He shall surely riots, and seven thousand borse with thy bow? set breat 15); be put to death. And the child men, ani twenty thousand foot ter before them, that the air dren of Israel repented them for men : David also boughed all the and drink, and go to their ok Benjamin their brother, and saiu, chariot-horses, but reserved of And he prepared great patients There is one tribe cut off from them an hundred chariots. israel this day: How shall we do

for them: and when they w

2 Chron. xxviti, 8. for wives for them that remain, children of Israel carried away away, and they went to the

And the eaten and drank, he eli 1 seeing we have sworn by the captive of their brethren two ter. LORD, that we will not give them hundred thousand women, sons, no more into the land of loa

So the bands of Scris sau of our daughters to wives? And

and daughters, and took also they said, what one is there of away much spoil from them, and

2 Ohron. xxvIII, 10-15. ANAS the tribes of Israel that came not brought the spoil to Samaria.

ye purpose to keep under up to Mizpen to the LORD? And,

dren of Judah and Jerositat bebold, there came none to the

Jer. x, 17. Gather up thy wares bond-men and bond-Funza IT'S Canp from Jabesh-gi.ead to the

out of the land, o inhabitant of sou; but are there no assembly. For the people were the fortress.

even with you, sins against Dumbered, and, behoid, there were Jer. xll, 10. Then Ishmael car- LORD your God? Now is none of the indiabitants of Jabest- ried away captive all the residue therefore, and deliver the expo gilead there. And the people of the people that were in Mizpah, again, which ye have taken repented them for Benjamin, be- even the king's daughters, and all tive of your brethreu; 1 Cause that the LORD had made a the people that remained in Miz fierce wrath of the Limpe. breach in the tribes of Israel. pab, whom Nebuzar-adan the cap- you. Then certain of the la And they said, there must be an tain of the guard had committed of the children of Ephrait de inheritance for them that be to Gedaliah the son of Abikam: riah the son of Jolana, B:2 i escaped of Benjamin, that a tribe and Ishmael the sun of Nethaniah chiah the son of Mesillemot. & be qui destroyed out of Israel.

carried them away captive, and Jebizkiah the son of Shalila

departed to go over to the Am. Amasa the son of Hidti, siendo PRISONERS. monites.

against them that come tr Gen. xiv, 12. And they took Jer. xlviii, 46. Woe be into thee,

War, And said unto tliein. Te Lot, Abrair's brother's son, (who O Mvab! the people of Chemosh not bring iu the captises like dwelt in Sodom,) and his goods, perisheth; for thy sons are taken

for whereas we live in and departed. captives, and thy daughters cap- tend to add more to our se

against the Lord aireddy Num. xxi, 1. And when king tives.

tu) our trespass for our free Arad the Canaanite, which dwelt Jer. 1, 3. For out of the north is great, and there is cerca *** in the south, heard tell that Israel there cometh up a nation against against Israel. So the atocame by the way of the spies, her, which suall make her land left the captires and the site then he fought against Israel, and desolate, and none sball dwell tore the prince's an i alle took some of them prisoners. therein they shall remove, they gregation. And the med Num. xxxi, 9--12. And the child shall depart, both man and beast.

were expressed by nine Free drell of Israel took all the women

Amos i, 15. And their king and took the captires and more of Midian captives, and their little shall go into captivity, he and his spoil clothed all that were ba ones, and took the spoil of all princes together, saith the LORD. among them, and arrayed * their cattle, and all their flocks,

and shod them, and gare and all their goods. And the SO327MES KINDLY TREATED.

to eat and to drink 321 took all the spoil, and all the prey, 1 Kings xx, 31–33. And biis ser- of them upon asses, ut tre

ed them, and carried all the fine both of men and of beasis. "And vants said unto him, Bebold now, them to Jericho, the city of they brought the cuptives, and

kings of the prey, and the spoil,' unto the house of Israel are mercifut trees, to their

brethren: 18* Moseg, and Eleazır the priest, kings: let us, I pray thee, put

returned to Samaria. and unto the congregation of the sackcloth on our loins, and ropes

P3. Cvi, 46. He made the children of Israel, unto the camp upon our heads, and go out to the to be pilied of all those that at the plains of Moab, which are king of Israel: peradventure he ried them captives. by Jordan near Jericto. will save thy life. So they girded

Isa. xlix, 24, 25. Sliall the pe

But

ne taken from the mighty, or the

AND PUT TO DEATII.

camp of Israel a curse, and trouble awlul captive delivered?

Josh. vill, 29. And the king of it. uns saith the LORD, Even the Ai le lianged on a tree until even. Josh. vii, 1. But the children of aptives of the mighty shall be tide; and as soon as the sun was Israel committed a trespass in the aken away, and the prey of the down, Joshua commanded that accursed thing: 1or Acban, the son errible shall be delivered: for I they should take his carcase down of Carmi, the son of Zabdi, the Fill contend with him that con- froin the tree, and cast it at the son of Zeralı, of the tribe of Judah, eudeth with thee, and I will save entering of the gate of the city, took of the accursed thing; and hy children.

and raise thereon a gre beap of he anger of the LORD was kindled

stones, that remaineth unto this against the children of Israel. SOMETIMES TREATED WITH

day. IGNOMINY.

1 Sam. xv, 19. Wherefore then Judges viii, 21--23. Then Zebah didst thou not obey the voice of Joshua x, 16-18, 22-25. But these and Zalmunna said, Rise thou, the LORD, but didst fly upon the ve kings flerl, and hid themselves and fall upon us: for as the nan spoil, and didst evil in the sight la caveat Makkedah. And it was 18, so is his strength. And Gideon of the LORD? old Joshua, saying, The five kings arose, and slew Zebah and Zalce found hid in a care at Makke-munna, and took away the orna.

Jer. XV, 13. Thy substance ah. And Joshua said, Roll great ments that were on their camels'

and thy treasures will I give tu ones upon the mouth of the necks. Then the men of Israel tur all thy sins, even in all thy

the spoil wiilout price, and that ive, and set men by it for to said unto Gideon, Rule thou over hep them: Then said Joshua, us, both thou, and thy son, and

borders. pen the mouth of the cive, and thy son's son also: for thou hast Jer. xvil, 3. O my mountain in ing out those five kings unto delivered us from the land of the field, I will give thy substance

e out of the cave. Aud they did Midian, And Gideon said unto and all thy treasures to the spoil, », and brought forth those five them, I will not rule over you, and thy high places for sin, 1188 unto him ou

of the cave, neither shall my son rule over throughout all thy borders. e king of Jerusalem, the king of you: the LORD shall rule over you. ebron, the king of Jarmuth, the

Jer. xlix, 28, 29, 31. 32. Concern1 Sam. xxxi, 9. 10. ng of Lachish, and the king of

So David ink Kedar, and conceruing the zlon. And it came to pass, when

went, lound the six hundred kingdoms or Hazor, which Nebu. ey brought out those kings uuto

men that were with him, and cbaurezzar king of Babylon shall ushua, that Joshua called for all

came to the brook Besor, where smite, thus saith the Lord, Arise

those that were left behind stay, ye, go up to Kedar, and spoil the e men of Israel, and said unto

ed. But David pursued, he aud men of the east. Their tents and e captains of the men of war hich went with him, Come near,

four hundred men: (for two hun- their flocks shall they take away: it yonr feet upon the necks oi dred abode belind, which were so

they shall take to themselves ese kings. And they caine near, the brook Besor.)

faint that they could not go over their curtains, and all their vesd put their feet upon the necks

sels, and their camels; and they them. And Josbus said unto 2 Chron. XXV, 12. And other ten shall cry untu them, Fear is on eu, Fear not, bor be dismayed; thousand lejl úlive did the cuile every side. Arise, get you up uutu

strong, and of good couruge: dren of Juual carry away cap- the wealiliy nation, that dwelleth :thus shall the LORD do to all tive, and brought them unto this without care, saitla the LORD, ur enemies ugaiust whom ye top of the rock, and cast them which have neither gates nor ht.

And down from the top of the rock, bars, which dwe'l alone. Tulges viii, 16. And he took that they all were broken in their cainels shall be a booty, and

the multitude of their cattle a e eluers of the city, and thorns

pieces. the wilderness, and triers, and

Jer. xxxix, 6. Then the king of spoil: and I will scutter into ali tu thien he taught the men of Babylon wlew the suns of Zede- winds them that are iu the utmost ccoth, hiali in Riblah before bis eyes: calamity from all sides thereof,

corners; and I will bring their also the king of Babylon slew all Chron. xx 3. And he brought the nobles of Judah.

saith the LORD. t the people that icerc in it, and t them with saws, and with barJer, lil, 26, 27. So Nebuzar-adan,

Jer. I, 10. And Chaldea shall be the ciptain of the fuaru, tvok

a spoil: all that spoil her shall be *S of iron and with axes: even them, and brought them to the satisfied, saith the LORD. dealt David with all the cities

Jer. li, 48, 53--56. Then the the children of Ainmun. Anil king of Babylon to Ribiali. And vid and all the people returned the king of Babylon sinote them, heaven and the earth, and all that Jerusalem.

and

put them to death in Riblali, is therein, siiall sing for Babylon:

in the land of Hamath. Thus for the spoilers shall coine unto ler. xxxix, 7. Moreover, he put Judah was carried away captive her from the north, saith the Zedekial's eyes, and bound out of his own land.

LORD. Though Babylon should a with chains, to curry hiin to bylon.

mount up to heaven, and thongh BOOTY OFTEN REFERRED slie should fortify the height of ler. Jii, 9--11. Then they took TO IN CONNECTION WITH her streugth, yet from me shall king, and carried him up unto

WAR.

spoilers come unto her, saith the king of Babylon to Riblah, in

Loud. A sonnd of a cry cometh · land of Hamath; where he

Gen. xxvii, 40. And by thy from Babylon, and great destrucve judgment upon him. And sword sbult inou live, and shalt

tion from the land of the Chal1 king of Babylon slow the serve thy brother; and it shall deans: Because the Lord hath is of Zedekiah before his eyes : come to pass, when thou shalt spoiled Babylon, and destroyed slew also all the princes of Ju- have the dominion, that thou shalt out of her the great voice; when i in Riblalı, Then he put out

break his yoke from ofi thy neck. her waves do roar like great eyes of Zedekiabı; and the king Jo. vi, 18. And ye, in any waters, a noise of their voice is Babylon bound him in chains, wise keep yourselves from the ae- uttered: Because the spoiler is I carried him to Babylon, and cursed thing, lest ye make your come upon hier, even upon Bahim in prison till the day of selves accursed, when ye take or bylon, and her mighty men are death.

the accursed thing, and make the taken; every one of their bow's id

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broked: for the LORD God of re- their sheep, and their oxen, and bim away, and he was guna 3 compences shall surely requite. their asses, and that which was in peace. Ezek. xxix, 19, 20. Therefore the city, and that which was in

2 Sim rill, S. And from B thus saith the Lord God, Behold, the field, and all their wealth, and anu ir m Berothai cities of Huta I will give the land of Egypt unto all their little ones, and their

ezer, king David took elcate: Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon, wives, took they captive, and much bris. and he shall iake her multitude, spoiled even all that was in the

2 Kings vii, &. And when the and take her spoil, and take her house.

lepers came the uter prey; and it shall be the wages for Num. xxxi, 32-34, 36 42-46. And part of the cup, the arti his army. I have given hin the the booty, being the rest of the

one tent and dileat and driska land of Egypt for his labour prey which the men of war bad carried tbence silver, antong wherewith he served against it, canght, was six hundred thou. raiment, and went and wide because tbey wrought for me, sand, and seventy thousand, and

came again, ani er'ered ilu & saith the Lord Gon.

five thousand sheep, And three other tent, and carried the Ezek. xxxvIII, 11--13. And thou score and twelve thousand beeves, and went and did it Bhalt say, I will go up to the land and threescore and one thou

1 Chron. v, 21. And therte of unwalled villages; I will go to sand asses. And the hals, which them that are at rest, that dwell was the portion of them that went away their cattle; of their cie: safely, all of them dwelling with out to war, was in number wires fifty thousand, and of sheep in out walls, and baving neither bars hundred thousand, and seven and hundred and fifty thousadia.

of asses two thousand, and ux por gates, To take a spoil, and to thirty thousand and five hundred take a prey; to turn thine hand sheep: And of the children of

an hundred thousaad. upon the desolate places that are Israel's half, which Moses divi led 1 Chron. XX, 2. Add Diritto now inhabited,and upou thepeople from the men that warred. (Now the crown of their king from that are gathered out of ihe na- the half that pertained unto the his head, and found it to the tions, which have gotten cattle congregation was three hundred talent of gold, and there in and goods, that dwell in the midst thousand, and thirty thousand, precious stones in it and it : of the land. Sheba, ani Dedan, and seven thousand and five set upon David's beat ! and the merchants of Tarshish hundred sheep, And thirty and brought also exceeding

spoil out of the city. with all the young lions thereut, six thousand beeves. And thiriy shall say unto thee, Art thou thousand asses and five hundred, 2 Chror. xiv, 14.

Adik come to take a spoil? hast thou

And sixteen thousand persons.) smote all the cities round gathered thy company to take a

Deut. 11, 35. Only the cattle we Gerar, for the fear of the 19 prey? to carry away silver and took for a prey unto ourselves, came upon them; and (her sal gold, to take away cattle and and the spoil of the cities which all the cities for there 3**

we took. goods, to take a great spoil?

ceeding much speil in iden. Nahum ii, 9. Take ye the spoil Deut. 111, 7. But all the cattle,

2 Chron. XX, 25. And try? of silver, take the spoil of gold and the spoil of the cities, we Jehoshapbat and his papie te for there is none end of the store took for a prey to ourselves.

to take away the spoil of and glory out of all the pleasant Josh. vill, 27. Only the cattle, they found among tbein in a furniture.

and the spoil of that city, Israel ance boih riches with the Hab. ii, 7. Shall they not rise up took for a prey unto themselves, bodies, and precioosjesels suddenly that shall bite thee, aud

according unto the word of the they stripped off iorib-bis which

he awake inat shall vex thee, and LORD,

commanded more than they couli carty 11. thou shalt be for booties unto Joshua.

and they were tre days them?

1 Sam. xill, 17. And the spollers gathering of the spvil, it yus Zeph. 1, 13 Therefore their came out of the camp of the Puil much. goods shall become a booty, and istines in three companies. one

132. XX, 2. A grievuos risic their houses a desolation: 'they company turned unto the way declared unto me; the treaches shall also build houses, but not that leadeth to Ophral, unto the dealer dealeth tracheteur,

land of Shual. inhabit them; and they shall plant

the spoiler spoileih. Group ! vineyards, but not drink the wine 1 Sam. xv, 9. But Saul and the Elam: b-siege, O Medik a thereof, people spared Agig, and the best siguiug thereof bave I made

Cease. Zech. ii, 9. For, behold, I will of the sheep, and of the oxen, and shake mine hand upon them, and of the fatlings, and the lambs, aud Micah ii, 8. Eren of ste they shall be a spoil to their ser

all that was good, and would not people is risen up as an ea. vauts: and ye shall know that the utterly destroy them; but every ye pull off the robe with the LORD of hosts bath sent me.

thing that was vile and refuse, ment from them that p!

that they destroyed utterly. Zech. xiv, 1. Behold, the day of

securely as meu averse thui. the LORD cometh, and thy spoil

1 Sam. xvii, 53. And the chilshall be divided in the midst of dren of Israel returned from chas- ITS DISTRIBUTION thee. ing after the Philistines, and they

Gen. xiv, 21. And the si Dark ifi, 27. Nomancau enter into spoiled their tents.

Sodomn said unto Arte a strong mau's house, and spoil his 1 Sam xxx, 20. And David took me the persons, and tube goods, except lie will first bind all the flocks and the herds, goods to thyseli. the strong inan; and then he will which they drave before those spoil his house. other cattle, and said, This is

Num. XXXI, 53. (For the *** David's spoil.

war had taken spuit, evers 2 OFTEX GREAT.

for bimself.) Gen. xiv, 11. And they took all servants of David and Joab came them, saying, Retura with

2 Sam. fil, 22. And, behold, the Josh. xxii, & And he spike the goods of Sodom and Go- from pursuing a troop, and riches unto your tents morrab, and all their victuals, and went their winy.

brought in a great spoil with very much cattle, with sim Gen. xxxiv, 28 29. They took David in Hebron; for ho had seut thein: bnt Abner was not with with gold, and with braci

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