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calamus and cinnamon, with all Joel 1. 12. The vine is dried up, cities, wherein thou trusledel,
trees of frankincense; myrrh and and the fig tree languisheth; the with the sword.
aloes, with all the chief spices. pomegranate tree, the palm tree Jer. viii, 12, 13. Were they
Cant. v, 13. His cheeks are as also, and the apple tree, eren all ashamed when they had com-

the trees of the field, are wither- mitted abomination? nay, they a bed of spices, as sweet flowers;

ed. ... liis lips like lilies, dropping sweet

were not at all ashamed, neither

Ask. sinelling myrrh.

could they blush; therefore shall

Isa. xliv, 14. He planteth they fall among them that fall: in Cant. vi, 2, 3, 7. My beloved is an ash, and the rain doth nourish the time of their visitation they gone down into his garden, to the it.

shall be cast down, saith the LORD. beds of spices, to feed in the gar


I will surely consume them, saith dens, and to gather Wies. I am

Ps. xxxvii, 35. I have seen the the LORD: there shall be no grapes Iny beloved's, and my beloved is

wicked in great mine: he feedeth among the lilies. spreading himself like a green

power, and

on the vine, nor figs on the fig

tree; and the leaf shall fade; and As a piece of a pomegranate are bay tree.

the things that I have given them thy temples within thy locks.

shall pass away from them. Cant. vili, 14. Make haste, my


Amos iv, 9. I have smitten you beloved, and be thou like to a roe Isa. xli, 19.

The pine with blasting and mildew: when or to a young hart upon the moun- and the box tree together.

your gardens, and your vineyards, tajns of spices.

and your fig-trees, and your olive

CEDAR. (Vegetable productions in Or

trees, increased, the palmer-worm

1 Kings x, 27. And the king devoured them: yet have ye not chards and Fields. See under

made silver to be in Jerusalem as returned unto me, saith the LORD. AGRICULTURE. Pages 12, 13.) stones, and cedars made he to be Mark xi, 19-21. And when even

as the sycamore trees that are in TREES AND HERBS

was come, he went out of the city. the vale, for abundance.

And in the morning, as they pass-

Ps.lxxx, 9--11. Thou preparedst ed by, they saw the fig-tree dried

room before it, and didst cause it up from the roots. And Peter, Gen. xliii, 11. And their father to take deep root, and it filled the calling to remembrance, saith unto Israel said unto tbem, If it must be land. The lillls were covered with bim, Master, behold, the tig-tree 30 now, do this; take of the best the shadow of it, and the boughs which thou cursedst is withered fruits of the land in your vessels,

thereof wcre like

the goodly away. and carry down the man a pre- cedars. She sent out lier bonghs

Mark xiii, 28--31. Now, learn a sent, a little balm, and a little unto the sea, and her branches parable of the tig-tree; When her boney, spices, and myrrh, nuts, unto the river.

branch is yet tender, and putteth and almonds.

Ps. civ, 16. The trees of the forth leaves, ye know that sumEccles. xii, 5. . The al- Lorn) are full of sap; the cedars of mer is near: Soye, in like manner, mond tree shall flourish, because Lebanon, which he bath planted. when ye shall see these things man goeth to his long home; and

come to pass, know that it is nigh,

CHESNUT the mourners go about the streets.

even at the doors. Verily I say Ezek. xxxi, 8.

And the unto you, That this generation Jer. 1. 11. Moreover the word

chesnut trees were not like luis shall not pass, till all these things of the LORD came unto me, saying, branches; nor any tree in the gar- be done. Heaven and earth shall Jeremiah, what seest thou?. And den of God was like unto him in pass away: but my words shall I said, I see a rod of an almond his beauty.

not pass away. tree.

James lil, 12. Can the fig-tree,


my bretbren, bear olive-berries? 1 Kings x, 12. And the king Isa. xliv, 14. He heweth him either a vine, figs? so can no founmade of the almug-trees pillar down cedars, and taketh the cy- tuin buth yield salt water and for the house of the LORD, and for press and the oak, .

fresli the king's bouse, harps also and

Fig. pealteries for singers; there came

FIG. no such almug-trees, nor were seen Deut. viii, 8. A land of wheat Solomon cedar trees and fir trees,

1 Kings v, 10. So Hiram gave unto this day.

and barley, and vines, and fig according to all his desire. 2Chron. ix, 10, 11. And the ser- trees, and pomegranates; a land of vauts also of Huram, and the ser- oil olive and honey.

Isa. xiv, 8. Yea, the fir trees re* vants of Solomon, which brought

Isa. xxxvi, 16, 17. Hearken not joice at thee, and the cedars of gold from Ophir, brought algum to llezekiah; for ihus saith the Lebanon, saying, Since thou art trees and precious stones.

king of Assyria, Make an agree-

laid down, no leller is come up
the king made of the algum-trees ment with me oy a present, and against us.
terraces to the house of the LORD, come ont to me: and eat ye every Zech. xi, 1. 2. Open thy doors,
and to the king's palace, and harps one of his vine, and every one of O Lebanon, that the fire may de-
ani psalteries for singers: and his fig-tree, and drink ye every your thy cedars. Howl, fir-tree;
there were none sucli seen before one the waters of his own cisteru; for the cedar is fallen; because the
in the land of Judah.

Until I come and take yon away mighty are spoiled: lowl, o ye

to a land like your own land, a oaks of Bashan; for the forest of APPLE.

land of corn and wine, a land of the vintage is come down. Cant. ii, 3. As the apple tree bread and vineyards. amung the trees of the wood, so is Jer. v, 17. And they shall eat

JUNIPER. my beloved among the song. ... up thine harvest, and thy bread, 1 Kings xix, 4. But he [Elijah) Cant. viii, 5.

I raised chich thy sons and thy daughters himself went á day's journey into thee up under the apple tree: shond eat; they shall eat up thy the wilderness, and came and sac ibere thy mother brought thee flocks and thine herds; they shall down under a juniper tree: and he furih; there she brought thee eat up thy vives and thy tig-trees; requested for himself that to forth that bare thee.

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Ligx-ALOES. land olive-trees, which thon plant- phet's son; but I was an berita Num. xxiv, 6. 7. As the valleys 'edst bot; when thou shalt have and a gatherer of sycamore tru.

Luke xix, 4. And be ran before are they spread forili, as gardens, ealen, and be full. by the river's side, 29 the trees Isa. xvil, 6. Yet gleaning-tapes and climb up into 3 syaaa of lign-aloes, which the LORD hath shall be left in it, as the sbaking tree to see him; fur be was to pa planted, and as cedar-trees beside of an olive-tree, two or three that wup. the waters. He sball pour the berries in the top of the upperwater out of his buchets, and his most bough, four or five in the

TEL Beed shall be in many waters; and outmost fruitful branches thereof, 180. vi, 13

As a to his kicshall be uigher than ealth the LORD God of Israel. I tree, and as an oak, best Agag, and lus klogdowa sball be

Jer. xl, 16. The Lord called thy their leares: ) the bolj seda

stance is in thein, when they w** exulted. danie. A greer olive-tree, fair,

be the substance thereof. MULBERDY.

and of goodly truit: with the noise 1 Chron. xiv, 14, 15. Therefore Are upon it, and the branches of of a great turnult he hath kindled

WILLOW. David enquired again of God; and it are broken.

Job xl, 22. The shads tres God said unto him, Go not up

corer him xcith their sbalori after them; turn away from them,


wiilows of the brook COLL and come upon them over against

about. the mulberry-trees. And it shall

Erral. xv, 27. And they came to
Elina, where were twelve wells of

Isa aliv, 4. And they shall aparta be, when thou shalt hear a sound of going in the tops of the muls water, and threescore and ten up as among the grass, 15 2 berry-trees, that thien thou shalt palm trees and they encamped by the water courses. go out to battle: for God is gone there by the waters.

Ezek. xvii, ő. He took ! forth before thee, to smite the Ps. xcii, 12. The righteous shall the seed of the land, anu pa host of the Philistines, flourish like the palm tree.....

it in a fruitful feld; be placed

great waters, and set it as a Jer. x, 5. They are upright as low true. MYRTLE.

the pallu-tree, but speak not; they 180. xli, 19. I will plant in the must needs 'be borue, because HERRS AND SHRIBS wilderness the cedar, the shittah they cannot go. Be not afraid of MENTIONED IN SCRIPTURI tree, and the myrtle.. them; for they cannot do evil,

ALOES AND CALAVE. Yrix, Isa. Iv, 13. Instead of the thorn neither also is it in them to du

SAFFROS, SPIKES AED Bill come up the fir tree, and in- good. Ntead of the brier shall come up

Cant. iii, 6. Who is this

Pixe. the myrtle tree, .....

cometh out of the wilderness

Isa. xli, 19... I will set in the pillars of smoke, pertuges 2 ch. i, 10. And the man that desert the

fir tree, and the myrh and frankincense, with stood among the myrtle trees

pine.. answered and said, These are

powders of the mercbant? they whom the Lord hath sen:

Cant. iv, 14. ..

POMEGRANATE. to walk to and fro through the

aloes, with all the chief spurt earth.

Deut. viii, 8.

A land Prov. vii, 17. I have fertas

fig trees, and pome- my bed with myrrb, alues, as MUSTARD. granates.

cinnamon. Mark iv, 31, 32. It is like a grain 1 Sam. xiv, 2. And Saul tarried

John xix, 39.

And there ar of mustard-seed, which, when it in the uppermost part of Gibeah, alsu Nicodemus, which at this for is sown in the earth, is less than under a pomegranate-tree which came to Jesus by night " all the seeds that be in the earth: 13 iu Migron: and the people that brought a mixture of ID STT: . But when it is sown, it groweth were with him were about six aloes, about an hundred Mines up, and becometh greater than all hundred men,

weight. herbs, and shooteth out great Joel I, 12. ....

The pomebraucher; so that the fowls of the granate tree, the palm tree also ..

A NISE, CUMMIN, AND MINT. air may lodge under the shadow

are withered.

Matth. xxiii, 23 Wue uu? of it.

scribes and Pharisees, hyunt ОАК. SHITTAH OR SHTri.

for ye pay tithe of mint and 21

and cummin, and have 028

Erod. xxxvi, 20. And he made the weightier mutters of this bar I a. 1, 30. Fer ye shall be as an nak whose leaf fadetli, and as a boards for the tabernacle of suitgarden that hath no water. tím wood, standing up.

CUCUMBER, GARLICK, LEIKS Isa. vi, 13. But yet in it shall be Isa. xli, 19. I will plant in the

MELON, Osloss a tenth, and it shall return, and wilderness the cedar, the shitiah

Num. xi, 5. We remembered shall be eaten: as a teil-tree, and tree.

fish wbich we did wat in IT as an oak, whose substance is in

freely; the cucumbers, su

SYCAMORE. them, when they cast their leares,

melons, and the leeks, aj D so the holy seed shall be the sub. 1 Kings x, 27. And the king onions, and the garlick. stance thereof.

made silver to be in Jerusalem as
stones, and cedars made he to be

as the sycamore trees that are in

P3. xlv, 8

All thy Gard: Isa. xli, 19. I will plant in the the vale, for abundance.

smell of myrrb, and alors wilderness the cedar, the shittah Ps. Ixxviii, 47. He destroyed cassia, out of the ivors place free, and the myrtle, and the oil

their sycamore trees whereby they bave made with frost.

Amos vii, 14. Then answered
Amon, and said to Amaziah, I was

Deut. vi, 11. .... Vineyards i no prophet, neither was I a pro-

Isa. xxviii 27. For the story

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are not threshed with a threshing basin; and none of you shall go had comtaandeù the clouds froto mstrument, neither is a cart wheel out at the door of his house until above, and opened the doors of turned about upon the cummin; the morning.

heaven, And bad rained down but the fitches are beaten out with

manna upon them to eat, and had a stail, and the cummin with a


given them of the corn of heaven. tud.

Job viii, 11, 12, Can the rush Man did eat angels' tood: he sent GOURDS.

grow up without mire? can the them meat to the full. Jonah iv, 6. 10. And the LORD flag grow without water? Whilst Mark xiv, 25. Verily I say unto God prepared a gourd, and made it is yet in his greenness, and not you, I will drink no more of the it to come up over Jonah, that it cut down, it withereth before any fruit of the vine, until that day might be a shadow over his head, other herb

that I drink it new in the kingdom to deliver him from his grief. So Jonah was exceeding glad of the the brooks, by the mouth of the

Isız, xix. 7. The paper reeds by of God.

Inike xiv, 15. And when one of kourd. Then guld the Lord, Thou brooks, and every thing sown by them that sat at meat with him Hast liad pity on the gourd, for the brooks, shall wither, be driven heard these things, be said unto the which ihou hast not laboured, away, and be no more.

him, Blessed is he that shall eat reither madegt it grow; which

Luke vii, 21. And when the bread in the kingdom of God. came up in a night, and perished in a night.

messengers ofJohn were departed. Rev. ii, 17. He that hath an ear,

he began to speak unto the people let him hear what ihe Spirit saith HYSSOP.

concerning Jolin. What went ye unto the churches; To hin that

out into the wilderness for to see? overcometh will I give to eat of Exod. xii. 22. And ye shall take A reed sbaken with the wind?

the hidden manna, and will give a bunch of hyse p, and dip it in the blood that is in the basin, and

MIRACULOUS PRODUCTS him a white stone, and iu tho strike the lintel and the two side


stone a new name written, which poats with the blood that is in the

no man knoweth saving he thao Ps. lxxviii, 23-25. Though hy

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VISIONS A MODE OF the word of the LORD come into thereof: an image is het ite ! DIVINE REVELATION.

Abram in & vision, saying, Fear eyes there 100% silence, and Num. xii, 6. And he said, Hear not, Abram: I am thy shield, and beard a voice. now my words: If there be a protly exceeding great reward.

ISAIAE. phet among you, I the LORD will

JACOB. make myself kuown unto him in

191. vi, 1. In the year that to a vision, and will speak unto him

Gen. xlvi, 2. And God spake Uzziah died I saw also the la!! in a dream.

unto Israel in the visions of the sitting upon a throne, bigb " 1 Sam. iij. 1. And the child night, and said, Jacob, Jacob. lifted up, and his train dled Samuel ministered unto the LORD And he said, Hero am I.

temple. before El. And the word of the


EZEKIEL LORD was precious in those days: there was no open vision.

Exod. iii, 2. And the Angel of behold, a whirlwind caine on

Ezek. 1, 4. And I looked at 2 Chron. xxvi, 5.

the Lort appeared unto him in a And he

the north, a great cloul 10! soughi God in the days of Zech flame of fire out of the midst of a

: , ,

fire infolding itsell

, and a bit ariah, who had understanding in the bush burned with fire, and Desercas about it

, and on the the visions of God: and as long as the bush was not consumed.

midst thereof coleerd he sought the LORD, God made

amber, out of the midst the him to prosper.

Deut. xxxiv, 10-12. And there fire. PS. Ixxxix. 19. Then thou like unto Moses, whom the LORD arose not a prophet since in Israel

Ezk. viii, 4 And, bel all spakest in vision to thy holy knew face to face; In all the signs glory of the God of Ward one. Prot'. xxix, 18. Where there is sent him to do in the land of and the wonders which the LORD there, according to the riscos labo

I saw in the plain. no vision, the people perish: but Egypt, to Pharaoh, and to all his

Ezek, x, 1. Then I looked :? be that keepetu the law, happy is servants, and to all his land, And bebold, in the firmament that en be.

in all that mighty hand, and in above the head of tbe chercher Jer. xiv, 14. Then the Lord all the great terror which Moses there appeared over there is sald unto me, The prophets pro- shewed in the sight of all Israel. were a sapphire stone, * phesy lies in my name: I sent

appearance of the liber them not, neither have I com


throne. inanded them, neither spake unto 1 Sam. iii, 1, 4, 7, 15. And the Ezek. xi, 24, 25. Aftermais *** tiem: they prophesy unto you a child Samuel ministered unto the spirit took me up, and trooches false vision and divination, and a LORD before Eli, And the word in a vision by the Spirit de thing of nought, and the deceit of of the Lord was precious in those into Chaldea, to them of the end their beart.

days; there was no open vision.tivity: so the vision that I Jer. xxii, 16. Thus saith the The LORD called Samuel; and he seen went up from me. The Lord of hosts, Hearken pot into answered, Here am I. Now spake unto them of the prin the words of the prophets that Samuel did not yet know the all the things that the Los > prophesy unto you: they make LORD, neither was the word of the showed me. you vaín: they speak a vision of LORD yet revealed unto bim,

(See under IDOLATRI their own heart, and not out of And Samuel lay until the morn

AND SPIRITS.) the mouth of the LORD.

ing, and opened the doors of the Dan. I, 17. As for these four house of the LORD. And Samuel feared to show Eli the vision.

NEBUCHA DYE.ZZAL. children, God gave them kuowledige and skill in all learning and

Dan, ii, 28. But tbere is a Go? wisdom: and Daniel had under


heaven that revealeth secretar standing in all visions and 2 sam, vil, 4, 17. And it came to

maketh known to the best dreams. pass ibat night, that the word of

Nebuchadnezzar whatsa! Hosen xii, 10. I have also ing, According to all these words, the Loro came unto Nathan, say- the visions of thy bead upua het

the latter days. Thy dreta spoken by the prophets, and I have multiplieil visions, and used did Nathan speak unto David. and according to all this vision, so

bed, are these. similituiles, by the ministry of the

Dan. iv, 5. I SIT Gas prophets.

which made me afraid, s123 Hab. ii, 2. And the LORD an


thoughts pou my bed, god svered me, and said, Wiite the secretly brought to me, and mine

Job iv, 12-16. Now a thing was

visious of my head, trvabled De vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run ear received a little thereof. In

DANTEL that reachtlit. thoughts from the visions of the

Dan. ii, 19. Toen was the sense night, when deep sleep falleth on

revealed unto Daniel in s VISIONS MENTIONED IN

men, Fear came upon me, and vision. Then Daniel blesseri D
tremblius, which made all my

God of heaveo.
bones to shake. Then a spirit

Dan. vii, 1. In the firsFast
Gen. xv, 1. After these things 15:29

passed before my face; the hair of Belshazzar king of Babres my flesh stood up: It stood still. Daniel had a dream, and AS


wrote the dream, and told the j them in the head, all of them; and (tinne a short space. And the sum of the matters.

I will slay the last of them with beast that was, and is not, even Dan. vil, 28. Hitherto is the the sword: he that fleeth of them he is the eighth, and is of the end of the matter. As for me

shall not flee away; and he that seven, and goeth into perdition. Daniel, my cogitations much escapeth of them shall not be de- And the ten horng which thou

livered. troubled me, and my countenance

sawest are ten kings, which have S changed in me: but I kept the

received no kingdom as yet; but matter in my heart.

(ZECHARIAH, See under receive power as kings one hour Dan. viii, 1, 2, 8. 9. 15, 16 26. 27. PARABLES AND EMBLEMS.) with the beast. These have one

mind, and shall give their power To the third year of the reign of


and strength unto the beast. king Belshazzır a vision appeared Acts ix, 10. And there was a These shall make war with the unto me,eren unto me Daniel,after certain disciple at Damascus, Lamb, and the Lamb shall overthat which appeared unto meat the named Ananias; and to him said come them: for he is Lord of lords, first. And I saw in a vision; and it the Lord in a vision, Ananias, and King of kings: and they that came to pass, when I saw, that I And he said, Behold, I am here, are with him are called, and wasat Shushan in the palace, which Lord,

chosen, and faithful. is in the province of Elam; and I

CORNELIUS. saw in a vision, and I was by the Acts x, 3. He saw in & vision

THE DISCIPLES. river of Ulai. The he-goat waxed evidently about the ninth hour of very great: and when he was the day an angel of God coming

Matth. xvii, 2, 3. And was trang strong, the great horn was broken; into him, and saying unto him, Agured before them: and his face and for it came up four notable Cornelius.

did shine as the sun, and his ralones, toward the four winds of hea.

ment was white as the light. And, ven. And out of one of them came


behold, there appeared unto them forth a little horn, which waxed Acts xxii, 18. And saw him Moses and Elias talking with exceeding great, toward the south, saying unto me, Make haste, and him. and toward the east, and toward get theo quickly out of Jerusa- Luke ix, 32, 33. But Peter and the pleasant land. And it came lem: for they will not receive thy they that were with him were to pass, when I, even | Daniel, bad testimony concerning me.

heavy with sleep: and when they seen the vision, and sought for the meaning, then, behold, there for me doubtless to glory: I will and the two men that stood

with 2 Cor. xii, 1--4. It is not expedient were awake, they saw his glory, stood before me as the appear

him. come to visions and revelations ance of a man.

And it came to pass, a9 And I heard a to man's voice between the banks of of the Lord. I knew a man in they departed from him, Peter

said unto Jesus, Master, it is Ulai, which called, and said, Ga- Christ above fourteen years ago, briel, make this man to under-|(whether in the body, I cannot good for us to be here: and let us stand the vision. And the vision tell; or whether out of the body, make three tabernacles; one for

thee, and one for Moses, and one of the evening and the morning I cannot tell: God knoweth;) such which was told is true: wherefore an one caught up to the third

for Elias: not knowing what he heaven, And I knew such a man,

said. shut thou up the vision; for it

Bhall be for many days. 'And I (whether in the body, or out of
Daniel fainted and was sick certain
the body, I cannot tell: God know-

1 Sam. ix, 6. And he said unto days: afterward I rose up, and did eth;) How that he was caught up him, Behold now, there is in this the king's business; and I was

into paradiso, and beard unspeakcity'a man of God, and he is an astonished at the vision, but none

able words, which it is not lawful honourable man; all that he saith understood it. for a man to utter.

cometh surely to pass: now let us

go thither; peradventure he can Dan. x, 1. 7-9 In the third


show us our way that we should year of Cyrus king of Persia a Rev. vi, 1. And I saw when the go. thing was revealed unto Daniel, Lamb opened one of the seals; whose name was called Belte- and I heard, as it were the noise

Esther vi, 1. On that night could shazzar; and the thing was true, of thunder, one of the four beasts manded to bring the book of re

not the king sleep; and he cornbut the time appointed was long; saying, Come and see. and he understood the thing, and

cords of the Chronicles; and they had understanding of the vision.

Rev. xvii, 7--14. And the angel were read before the king. And I Dantel alone saw the vision: thou marvel ? 'I will tell thee the slept, I awaked; for the Lord sussaid unto me, Wherefore didst

Ps. iii, 5. I laid me down and for the men that were with me saw not the vision; but a great beast that carrieth her, which

mystery of the woman, and of the tained me. quaking fell upon them, so that

Ps. iv, 8. I will both lay me they fleet hide selves.

hath the seven heads and ten Therefore I was left alone, and horns. The beast that thou saw-down in peace, and sleep: for thon, saw this great vision, and there est was, and is not; and shall Lord, only makest me dwell in

safety. remained no strength' in me: for ascend out of the bottomless pit, my comeliness was turned in me

and go into perdition: and they Ps. Ixxvi, 5. The stout-hearted into corruption, and I retained no

that dwell on the earth shall are spoiled, they have slept their strength. Yet'heard I the voice wonder, (whose names were not sleep; and none of the men of of his words: and when I heard written in the book of life from might have found their hands. the voice of his words, then was I the foundation of the world,) when

Prov. ill, 24. When thou liest in a deep sleep on my face, and they behold the beast that was down, thou shalt not be afraid; my face toward the ground.

is not, here
is the mind which hath wisdom. yea, thou shalt lie down, and thy

The seven heads are seven moun: sleep shall be sweet.
tains, on which the woman sitteth.

Prov. iv, 16. For they sleep not Amos ix, 1. I saw the LORD And there are seven kings: five except they have done mischief; standing upon the altar; and he

are fallen, and one is, and the and their sleep is taken away que said, Smite the lintel of the door, other is not yet come; and less they cause some to fall. hat the posts may shake: and cut when he cometh, he must con- Eccles. V, 12. The sleep of a

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