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He has made proposals to Mehemet Ali to establish a bank here, with a capital of one million sterling, provided he will do away with the many legal disqualifications of the Jews. Sir M. Montefiore has already rented a large tract of land in Palestine, on a lease of 50 years, and holds out every inducement to his people to become agriculturists in the land of their forefathers; as one principal object of his banking institution will be rendering the necessary assistance for the prosecution of agricultural pursuits, the real riches of these countries. I fear his scheme is premature. A great and long-prophesied event may be brought about in its appointed time. A million of capital would nowhere have greater weight than in these countries. Sir M. Montefiore had his first audience from Mehemet Ali in full court dress, as sheriff of London."

The wonderful progress of steam navigation and railway travelling brings distant nations near to each other. We reach America [426] in twelve days, Syria and Egypt in a fortnight, or three weeks, India in two months. Every thing betokens the preparation for those great changes which God's word so clearly predicts.

X.

PLAN OF A COURSE OF LECTURES ON PROPHETICAL SUBJECTS.

The following heads were prepared to meet the desire of a friend for a Course of Lectures on Prophecy, to be given by those who had studied the subject and agreed in the four points of union with which the list begins. They are here added, as calculated to direct the attention of the reader to those parts of this subject which have yet to be more fully considered, and in the possible hope they may be useful in promoting the object for which they were originally prepared.

POINTS OF UNION.

1. A Future Millennium. 2. Pre-Millennial Advent. 3. Political Restoration of Israel. 4. General Protestant Application of the Apocalypse.

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SUBJECTS.

1.-ON THE JEWS.

2 On spiritual signs of the advent

3 The great tribulation 1 Their present dispersion

4 The fall of antichrist 2 Their conversion

5 The redemption of Israel 3 Restoration of Judah

6 On Christian watchfulness. 4 The restoration of Israel 5 The blessings following 6 The duty of prayer for Israel. IV.--PROPHETIC OUTLINES OF GOD'S

DISPENSATIONS. II.-ON THE SECOND ADVENT. 1 The certainty of the 2nd advent 1 On the four empires 2 The first resurrection

2 On the papacy or little horn 3 The judgment of the living 3 On the scope of the Apocalypse 4 The judgment of the dead 4 On the triumphs of the gospel, 5 The new heavens and earth

Rev. vi. 2. 6 Prayer for the coming and king. 5 On the two woes, or dark ages dom of Christ.

6 The church in the wilderness

7 The resurrection of the witnesses III. - SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE SECOND 8 The vials of wrath ADVENT.

9 The song of the triumphant

church. 1 On political signs of the advent

1.-SCRIPTURAL INDEX.

12, 13

xii, 17

209

XXV, 8, 9

XXXV, 4

liv, 1

XXX, 1-6

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PAGE
PAGE

PAGE
Gen. ii, 21-24 376 Isa. xxiv-xxvii 84 Dan. vii, 18

328
iii, 15
118 xxvii, 4

210
25

206
xiii, 14–18
209

210
27

318
xvii, 7, 8
209 xxix, 18

84
viii, 5—7

372
xxii, 17, 18
49 xxxi

209

9-12 373
Exod. x, 22

376

6-8
210

9-25

144
131 xxxii, 1

297

14, 26

184
xxxi, 16 131 xxxiii, 1-10

ix

372
Lev. xxv, 4
184 xxxiv, 2 291

26

373
185
16 230

24

184
xxvi, 18, 21, 24,

133

23–27 195
28

198
xlix, 21

338
х

372
Num. xiv, 34 185 li, 6, 16

85 xi

100, 373
xxiv, 25
373

51
31

374
Deut. xxix, 29

3
1x, 5, 12

313

33-34 374
122 Ixiii,

85
40

376
Josh. ii, 9

3
lxiv, 1

211
xii, 7

185
2 Sam. vii, 13 56
Ixvi, 1–6 197

4-9 376
Ps. i. 5

291
5, 15, 22 85

12

153
ii
308 Jer. xx, 9

210

11

376
ix, 19

160
xxiii, 29
210 Hos. i, 10

52
160 xxiii

85
V, 15

67
Xxxvii
209, 314
xxx, 7, 9, 21

86 Joel ii, 1-20 209
xlvi, 2, 3, 5, 11 ix
xxx, 8–12 15, 214

10, 30

87
xlix, 14
292
31, 38—40 86

23

265
lxviii, 22, 23 .56 Ezek. ix

264
iii, 13

249
xciii-xcviii. 84

xxii
163
18

84
66
xxviii 163 Amos ii, 7

187
cxvii,cxviii
211 xxxii, 7, 8
140

87
cxxxii

283
xxxvi-xxxix 124 Obad. 17-21

88
Isa, ii, 1–5

131
xxxvii
86 Mic. ii, 13

133
xxxiv, 1-6,8 141 xxxviii, 19 84

iv, 8-10

209
27
xliii, 7-9 211

,7

129
371. Dan. ii, 38, 32, 39 372

vii, 4

140
viii, 8-10

210
35
241 Zeph. ii, 3

140
X, 23-25

197
43
202 Hag. ii, 6, 7

209
24-26 210

45
318 Zech. i,

18-21 186
xi, 4,9
244 iv
337

27
11
122
16
184

235
xii
19
372

296
xiii
163 vii
161

373
10
141
8
375

265
xviii
84
200

210
xviii, 3-7

9-14
66

9-10 133

cx, 1 -

ix, 8

iv, 2
vii, 8

iii, 8
iv, 8
vi, 2–5
ix, 13

11, 12

xii, 2-5

210

-

XV, 14

xxi, 20

26
xiii, 13

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374, 375

XV, 23

X, 31
I1, 3

-

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111, 10

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xxi, 33

xi

iii, 11

V, 23

-

xii, 14

21, 22

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PAGE
PAGE

PAGE
Zech. xiii, 1
84 Acts, i, 6, 7
125 Rev. vi, 5, 6

374
xiv, 4, 5

211
ini, 19-21
67

375
292

144

10-12 376
16
265

245

9-11 298
17-19 212 Rom. x, 13

51 vii, 9-14

265
Mal. iv, 1,3

210
X1
127

1

376
5
115

133
viii, 1

376
Matt. v, 29
322

246

vini
35
283 1 Cor. i, 7-9

62 ix

144
vi, 10

309
iii, 12-15 210 ix

375
61
276 ix

374
71
23, 24, 52 279

15 214, 440
xiii
21 2 Cor. xii, 4

322

17

194
xvi, 27, 28 316

283
х

186
XX
21 Gal. iii, iv

49,50

1, 8, 11

376
12-16 314 Eph. iii, 20

98
xi

234
20-23 240

V
376

2

374
21 Phil. i, 23
322

367
xxii
21

279

13

238
29, 30
285 1 Thes. iv, 14—18 279

18

299
xxiii, 15
322

298
xii

374
29 211 2 Thes. i, 7, 8 295

376
xxiv, 14 144

ii, 3, 4, 6–

xii, xiii, xvii

202
109

12
142
X111

375
30 112

8,9 65, 66

xiv

150
xxiv, XXV 107, 289

ii
163
1-4

263
XXV
21

2
83
10

291
1
264

6
248
6-13

251
40, 45
292 1 Tim. iv,
1 143, 185

14-16 268
Mark iv, 26

21
vi, 13–16 62

12, 13

234
28
267 2 Tim. ii, 12

330

14-20 243
234
ili, 1-5 240

xvi

145
ix, 42, 50
210 Heb. x, 37

71 xvi

376
xiii
107

279

12

126
Luke x, 11
311

50
19

178
21
26-28 53

19

208
42

21
xiii, 4, 5 51

xvii, 9, 10 203
xiii
21 i Peter iv, 12 210

10

373
32
187 2 Peter i, 19, 20 12

12

281
xiv
21

21
4

13-16 179
21
267
ii
175

202
XV

21
iii

240
xix

126
xvii, 26–30

67
13

11

113
xix
21 1 John ii, 18, 22 165

20

211
xix, 19
35

157

21

291
24
185
V, 21
158

296
24-28 67, 109 2 John 7 157, 165

345 273
xxiii, 43 322

1-3
38

4

113
John i, 48–50 319

3
28

8

301
280

374

9
X
21

264

xxi, 2, 24 281
xi, 48

200
vi, 3, 4
374 xxi

212
John xviii, 36 132

299
xxi, xxii

318
Acts i, 6,7

313

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II.-BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX.

cy, 384

Abaddie, 386
Bradshaw, 403

Daut, 392
Abarbanel, 379

Brightman, 399, 401 Daubuz, 405
Abbot, 392
Brooks, 386, 389

Davidson, 399
Aben Ezra, 379

Brown, John, 383 Davies, 386
Adams, 407

J. A. 383, 406 Davison, 384
Addis, 386

J. L. 389 Deliverance of Israel,
Alabaster, 387
Buchanan, 405

&c., 389
Alcazar, 403
Bullinger, 403

Dent, 403
Alleine, 400
Bullock, 382

Dialogues on Prophe-
Allen, 381, 404

Burgh, 388, 406
Allix, 387, 390, 399 Burnet, 382, 395 Dick, 405
Allwood, 393

Burroughes, 390 Digby, 384, 407
Alstedius, 393, 399 Bush, 396

Dobbs, 383
Altingii, 390
Butt, 405

Dodsworth, 389
Amyraut, 393

Downname, 392
Anderson, 385, 396 Calmet, 393

Drummond, 384
Apocalyptica Cabala, Calvert, 390

Drusius, 400
395
Canne, 401, 404

Dublin Christian He-
Apology, 396
Caverhill, 401

rald, 386
Apthorpe, 383

Chandler, Bp. 382 Du Jon, 386
Archer, 397
Chauncy, 386

Durant, 387
Arethæ, 403

Christian Observer, Durell, 398
Ashe, 406

386

Durham, 404, 399
A Sober Inquiry, 394 Churton, 383, 390
Clark, R., 386

England, 385
Baggs, 395

Sam., 386 Ettrick, 383, 402
Bagot, Bp. 382

Alex., 397 Eusebius, 386
Bale, 403

Clayton, Bp., 382, 390 Extracts on Prophecy,
Barlow, Bp. 392 Cluverus, 386

385
Baxter, 397, 403 Coccei, 392, 398 Eyre, 390
Bayford, 397
Coddæus, 402

Faber, 384, 390, 393, 401
392
Cole, 384

Ferrier, 392
Begg, 389, 396
Comber, 392

Finch, 389
Bellamy, 395
Cook, 405

Fleming, 382, 392, 395
Ben Ezra, 388

Cooper, Ewd., 384 Fletcher, G., 390
Bengelius, 405

R. B., 406

J., 393
Bennet, 401
Corrodi, 395

Floyer, Sir J., 402
Bernard, 386

Cotton, 393, 403 Fraser, 383, 400
Berriman, 382

Cowper, Bp., 403 Frere, 383
Beverley, 381
Cox, J., 397, 389

Frith, 391
Bialloblotsky, 391

F. A., 402

Fry, 388, 399, 402
Bicheno, 383,390 Cradock, 386, 405 Fulke, 392
Bickersteth, 391 Cressener, 392, 404 Fuller, 406
Biddulph, 396
Croly, 406

Fysh, 407
Bingham, 395

Culbertson, 406
Bird, 405

Cuninghame, 138, 385, Gale, 388
Blayney, 400

387, 389, 390, 393, 396, Galloway, 405
Bogiæ, 386

406

Garrett, 392
Bogue, 395

Gauntlett, 406
Bossuet, 382, 404 Danæus, 391

Geieri, 401

Beard,

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