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them. As therefore these caissons were removed up from one row of bricks, or smooth stones, to another superior row, in constant repetition, according as the wall advanced in height, and were placed successively upon every row; these substantial rows of bricks regularly placed might very well be called Θεμελιοι or Θεμελια, , foundations, because indeed such they really were the whole way up to those identical building frames.” This article is inserted, because it contains a more particular account of the subject than was given in No. 600.

END OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.

NOTE

TO

NO. 5, VOL. I. PAGE 8.

In the Memoirs of Sir William Jones, lately published by Lord Teignmouth, a circumstance has been disclosed which defeats the object of this article, a corroboration of the Mosaic history by distant tradition. It appears that the extract from the Padma-puran was a forgery of one of the Hindûs. Lord Teignmouth gives the following account of it. “ I cannot conclude the preface without mentioning some information which materially affects an important passage in the 367th page of the Memoirs, which I received from Bengal, long after it had been printed. The passage alluded to is stated to be an exact translation from one of the mythological works of the Hindûs : it first appeared in a note annexed by Sir William Jones to an Essay on Egypt and the Nile, in the third volume of the Asiatic Researches, by Lieutenant now Captain Wilford, and relates to Noah (under the designation of Satyavrata) and his three sons. Captain Wilford has since had the mortification and regret to discover that he was imposed upon by a learned Hindû, who assisted his investigations; that the Purana, in which he actually and carefully read the passaga which he communicated to Sir William Jones, as an extract from it, does not contain it, and that it was interpolated by the dexterous introduction of a forged sheet, discoloured, and prepared for the purpose of deception, and which having served this purpose was afterwards withdrawn.” Preface, p. 12. Upon discovering the fraud I fully resolved to cancel the article, but further consideration determined me to let it retain its place, for the sake of avoiding confusion in the general arrangement of the work, apprizing the reader of the true state of the case..

FIRST INDEX.

PASSAGES OF SCRIPTURE

INCIDENTALLY ILLUSTRATED, OR ALLUDED TO,

IN THIS VOLUME.

N. B. The Figures refer to the Numbers of the Articles,

XV.

... 1344

xxvi. 33......

xv. 37....

No

NO
Genesis viii. 1 1.........889, 1070 | Exodus xxi, 7.................. 936
xiii. 18

605

xxi, 16............ .1359
xiv. 22....

761

xxix. 29, 30.........1016
9

794 | Leviticus vii. 11, 12....... .1369
XV. 17.,

890

ix. 24................ 890
xviii. 6

612

xxiii. 40............1013
xix. 9...
11145

xxvi. 26............1011
xxi. 19...

735 / Numbers i. 3, 22. ..1197
xxiv. 60)........

801

yi. 23—27... 1284
xxiv. 61

637

x. 1, 2 ...........
605

...... .1183
xxvii. 40

653
xviii. 12........

602
xxviii. 18

605
xix. 19

733
xxxi. 48..

605

xxi. 2.. ....... 781
xl. 20
.1189 | Deuteronomy vi. 4--10.... 1204

xi. 13-22..1204
xly. 14
638

XX. 3, 4...... 752
xlvi. 4.
656

xx. 5 ........ 992
xlix.9.
1145

xxi. 6, 7 .....1227
xlix. 11..
1059

936
1. 23
962

xxi. 22, 23...1306
Exodus iii. 6.....................

892

xxii. 12......1183
iii. 14
608

xxiv, 7......1359
vi. 8......
761

xxviii. 48 ... 653
xiii. 2-ll... 1204

xxxiii. 22...1145
xiii. 11-17.........

....1204 Joshua ii. 19 ......... 846

xli. 42.....

....1388

xxi. 19 .......

......1022

..... 624

lv. 21....

...1081

ii.35..

No

XO
Joshua vii. 21.......
771 | Esther vi. 12................

860
X. 24...

653
viii. 2.

.1388
xi. 6...

1064
viii, 15..

778
Judges vi. 21...
890 Job ii. 12 .....

857
viii. 24 ..................

695 xvii, 3...
ix. 45...
.1098 Psalms ji. 12 ..

810
xvii. 7.

612
vji. 3.

1145
xviii. 14

.1136
xviii.: 40

653
xx, 16.......

1350
xx. 3...

890
Ruth i. 13....

935
xxii. 13, 14..

1145
1 Samuel iv. 12.......

764
xliii. 4..

990
xi. 7....

794

xlv. 9, 13
xviii. 7

940
xlvi. 9....

..1064
xxi. I.......... 844

xlvii. 1

911
XXV. 41............. 611

..1081
2 Samuel i. 2..

764
lvii. 4

1081
i. 23.

985
lix. 7

...1081
xii, 8

876
Ix. 8

800
XV. 21

1393

lxiv 3
xix. 4..

860
1xxviii. 47

..1143
xxi.9, 10.......... 1306

1xxx. 13

.1004
xxiii. 20..

1197
lxxxiii. 14

786
1 Kings i. 39.

812

Ixxxvii. 5. .1091
1197
1x xxviii. 5.

935
ii. 37.

846
xcviii. 8..

911
vii, 21.

1343

cxv. 5, 7.
viii. 48.
..1132

.1222
884 Proverbs xii: 8

.1081
xiii. 30.

xvii. 18......... 1022
2 Kings ii. 19, 20 964

xix. 18.

936
jji. 27................1146

xxii. 26.
vii. 2, 17 ........... 907

xxiii. 27.

1026
....1127

Xxv. 18

1081
xxiii. 3

912

Xxx. 14.............1081
i Chronicles ii. 16 ........... 1025

xxxi. 13, 19 802
xii. S....... 985 Ecclesiastes ix. 7, 8... .... 988
890 | Isaiah i. 29

1158
2 Chronicles vii, 1 ........

890
v. 11.........

.1027
vii. 13

890
vi. 2.....

892
ix. 24. 647

vii. 20..

957
xi. 21, 22...... 997

X. 27..

653
997

..1017
xvi. 14.........1307

818
xxi. 19. 926

xxvi. 3

.1091
Ezra ji. 69.

647
xxvii. 1..

...1010
iii. 11

940
xli. 16

972
vi. 16.

992
1. 1

936
Nehemiah vji. 70 ........... 647 li. 17, 22.

.1008
viii. 6............. 920 Jeremiah iv. 5.... ..1344
761
vii. 13.

930
Esther iv, 16 .........

953

vii. 29.. .......... 957

851

cxlv. 10 ...

X. 16

847

....1022

x. 27

xxi. 26 ........

xv. 16 .......

xiii. 16...
xxii. 24........

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ix. 15 .......

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