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TOPICS, BOOKS, AND POETS.

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Nahbion.

Bible.
Chapters.

Books. Chap.
1. God's Work of Creation. — The first Four Days Gen. 1.

Milton, 1, 2; Derzhavin, 3 ; Blanco White, 4.
II. The Work of Creation completed. — The Sabbath
ordained . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1, 2.
Derzhavin, 1; Spenser, 2 ; Grahame, 3 ; Leyden, 4.
III. Summary. — Eden. — The Woman. — Marriage ,

Milton 1, 3, 4; Cowley, 2 ; Pollock, s.
IV. The Temptation. — The Fall. — The Serpent

doomed. — The Vanquisher promised. — The

Exiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.

Milton, 1, 2, 5; Hemans, 3 ; Mrs. Browning, 4; Keble, 6.
V. Birth of Cain and Abel. — How they differed. —

Abel murdered. — The Murderer punished . ,

Mrs. Browning, 1 ; Stradling, 2 ; Knox, 3 ; Montgomery, 4.
VI. The Genealogy and the Ages of the antediluvian

Patriarchs . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Shakespeare, 1 ; Percival, 2 ; Milton, 3 ; King, 4.
VII. The World doomed. — The Ark built . . . .

Byton, 1, 4; Dana, 2 ; Shakespeare, 3.
VIII. The Deluge . . . . . . . . . . . .

Byron, 2 ; Milton, 3 ; Montgomery, 4.
IX. Ararat and the Altar · · · · · · · · ·

Bowles, 1 ; Hemans, 2; Merrick, 4.
X. The Blessing. — The Rainbow . . . . . . ,

Cowper, 1 ; Hemans, 2 ; Vaughan, 3.
XI. Noah's Sons and Grandsons. — Babel and the

Dispersion . . . . . . . . . . . . , 10, 11.

Harvey, 1; Shakespeare, 2 ; Milton, 3 ; Cowper, 4 ; Keble, s.
XII. The Call of Abram. — The Vision. — The Cove-
nant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 15.'

Quarles, 1; Milton, 2.
XIII. The Names changed. — The Covenant renewed. -
Circumcision . . . . . . . . . . .

Gerhardt, 1 ; Rodigast, 3.

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Náhbion.

Bible.
Chapters.

Books. Chap
XIV. Abraham's Angel-guests.—He pleads for Sodom Gen. 18.

Shakespeare, 1 ; Gill, 2; Spenser, 3 ; Tennyson, 4.
XV. Lot delivered.- Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed , 19.

Longfellow, 1; Whittier, 3, 6; Collier, 4; Keble, 5.
XVI. The Heir and the Exile . . . . . . . ,

Drayton, 1; Merrigate, 2; Tighe, 4; Willis, 5.
XVII. The great Trial and Triumph of Abraham's
Faith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22.

Keble, 2; Willis, 3.
XVIII. A Bride sought for Isaac ....... »

Shakespeare, 1, 5 ; Halleck, 2 ; Cowper, 4; Montgomery, 6.
XIX. Rehearsals. — Proposals. — Espousals . . .

Sigourney, 1; Shirley, 2; Herbert, 3; Shakespeare, 4;

Mickie, 5; Rogers, 6.
XX. Abraham's Death. — Esau and Jacob born. —

The Promise renewed to Isaac . . . . , 25, 26.

Wilson, : ; Barbauld, 2; Bertant, 4; Gerhardt, 5.
XXI. Jacob guilefully gets Esau's Blessing ....

Shakespeare, 1 ; Spenser, 2; Scott, 3 ; Keble, 4.
XXII. Jacob's Blessing, Vision, and Vow .... „ 28.

Newton, 1; Bonar, 2; Croly, 3, 4; Dana, 5.
XXIII. Jacob's Journey, Sojourn, and Return . . . , 29, 30, 31.

Tennyson, 1; Fenton, 2; Percival, 3 ; Shakespeare, 4; Side

ney, si Southwell, 6.
XXIV. Jacob's propitiatory Present. — His wrestling

Prayer. – His princely Title . . . . . ,
Quarles, 1 ; Southwell, 3 ; Shakespeare, 4; Wesley, si

Dreszler, 6.
XXV. The fraternal Meeting . . . . . . . . »

Shakespeare, 1, 4; Henryson, 2 ; Spenser, 3.
XXVI. Joseph the beloved Son and hated Brother . . ,

Shakespeare, 1, 4, 6; Keble, 2; Mrs. Browning, 3 ; Lowell, s.
XXVII. Joseph promoted, persecuted, and imprisoned.

Mrs. Whitney, 1; Milton, 2; Von Canitz, 3, 4; John

Brown, 5.
XXVIII. The King's Butler and Baker come to Grief. „

Shakespeare, 1, 2, 3, 4.
XXIX. Pharaoh's Dreams . . . . . . . . . . ,

Shakespeare, 1, 5; Dante, 2 ; Byron, 3; Goldsmith, 4.
XXX. Joseph interprets for Pharaoh. - New Honours , 41.

Byron, 1; Cowper, 2.
XXXI. Joseph's Brethren sent into Egypt for Food . 41, 42.

Mrs. Browning, 1; Shakespeare, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
XXXII. The second Journey. — The princely Enter-

tainment . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 43.

Tasso, 1; Herbert, 2 ; Prior, 3 ; Cowper, 4 .
XXXIII. Joseph planning. — Judah pleading ....

Massey, 1; Quarles, 2; Mrs. Browning, 3; Lowell, 4;

Southey, 5.

Náhbion.

Bible.

Books. Chap.
Chapters.
XXXIV. Joseph identified. – Jaccb comforted. ... Gen. 45.

Shakespeare, 1, 4; Bulwer, 2; Dana, 3.
XXXV. Israel migrates. — The two Meetings ... „ 46, 47.

Zihn, 1; Cowper, 3 ; Shakespeare, 4; Carew, 5.
XXXVI. Joseph's Oath. — Jacob's Rehearsals and Ben-

edictions . . . . . . . . . . . . , 47, 48.
Goldsmith, 1; Montgoinery, 2; Knox, 3 ; Middleton, 4 ;

Graiie, 5.
XXXVII. Israel's patriarchal Prophecies. — His dying

Injunction . . . . . . . . . . . . 49.

Shakespeare, 1 ; Keble, 2; Quarles, 3 ; Kiel, 4.
XXXVIII. The Oath fulfilled. — An Oath exacted ... „ 49, 50.

Rogers, 1; Whittier, 2; Shakespeare, 3; Carew, 4; Her-

bert, s.
XXXIX. Job commended. — Satan allowed to test his

Integrity . . . . . . . . . . . . Job 1, 2.

Shakespeare, 1, 3, 4; Goldsmith, 2; Breton, 5; Dekker, 6.
XL. Job's Complaint .......... . 2, 3.

Darwin, 1; Mrs. Browning, 3.
XLI. The oracular Speech of Eliphaz . . . . . , 4,

Byron, 1; Prior, 2; Bryant, 3.
XLII. Job and Bildad discoursing ....... 6, 7, 8.

Josephsen, 1; Knox, 2; Quarles, 3.
XLIII. The Discourse continued by Job and Eliphaz . „ 9, 10, 11.

Byron, 1; Burns, 2 ; S. Boyse, 3.
XLIV. Man and his Mortality . . . . . . . . „ 12, 14.

Mrs. Browning, 1 ; Moore, 2: King, 3.
XLV. Job accused and exhorted. — His trustful Reply 22, 23.

Cowper, 1, 3 ; Barbauld, 2; Bryant, 4; Mrs. Browning, s.
XLVI. The Majesty and Holiness of God .... „ 25, 26.

Young, 1; Prior, 2.
XLVII. The Sincerity of Job.—Hypocrites are hopeless.

-The Wicked make their Blessings Curses ,

Rowe, 1; Watts, 2 ; Young, 3.
XLVIII. Learning differs from Wisdom . . . . . .

Cowper, 1, 2; Tickell, 3.
XLIX. Remembered Prosperity . . . . . . . . ,

Rogers, 1 ; Sturm, 2.
L. Calamities bewailed . . . . . . . . .

Quarles, 1 ; Taylor, 2 ; Swaine, 3.
LI. Elihu discoursing of God's Sovereignty and
. Grace . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 32, 33.

Young, 1; Tennyson, 2 ; Bal’y, 3 ; Laurenti, 4.
LII. Elihu discoursing of God, His Works, and His

Wisdom . . . . . . . . . . . . , 35, 37.

Dante, 1; Angelo, 2 ; Schiller, 3 ; Kamphyzen, 4.
LIII. Job taught Man's Ignorance and Weakness.

Young, 1; Hemans, 2; Barbauld, 3 ; Spenser, 4 ; Sotheby, s

Bible.
Books. Chap.

Nábbion.
Chapters.
LIV. Jehovah declares His Might and Majesty to Job Job 40. 41.

Rambach, 1; Wordsworth, 2; Miton, 3.
LV. Prosperity restored . . . . . . . . . . „ 42.

Southwell, 1; Gerhardt, 3 ; Shakespeare, 4.
LVI. The Israelites oppressed. — They multiply under
Bondage ............ Ex. 1.

Cowper, 1, 3, 4; Graile, 2.
LVII. Moses the Infant, the Prince, the Avenger, and

the Exile . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
Brooks, 1; Sterling, 2; Shakespeare, 3 ; Rowe, 4; Mont-

gomery, 5.
LVIII. Moses commissioned at the Burning Bush . . ,

Keble, I ; Mickle, 2 ; Drayton, 3 ; Elliott, 4; Luther, 5.
LIX. Moses encouraged by Miracles. — He meets

Aaron. - They assemble the Elders . .

Shakespeare, 1 ; Young, 2 ; Goethe, 3 ; Barton, 4.
LX. Pharaoh approached. — He waxes insolent and

cruel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.

Montgomery, 1; Shea, 2 ; P. Fletcher, 3 ; Shakespeare, 4.
LXI. The Name and the Promise . . . . . . . ,

Oliver, 1; Cowper, 2 ; Smart, 3.
LXII. Miracles. — The Serpent-rod. — The Blood-water.

A reluctant Confession . . . . . . . , 7, 8.

Milton, 1; Cowley, 2, 3 ; Shakespeare, 4.
LXIII. Miracles. — Boils. - Darkness. — The First-born

doomed . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 9, 10, 11.

Cowley, 1, 3 ; Whittier, 2; Elliott, 4.
LXIV. The Epoch of Deliverance. — Its festive Memo-

rial appointed . .......... 12.

Gerhardt, 1; Watts, 2 ; Shakespeare, 3.
LXV. The first Passover. — The First-born dead. -
The Departure . . . . . . . . . , 12, 13.

Cowley, 1, 2; Milton, 3.
LXVI. Pharaoh pursues. — Israel disheartened. — De-
liverance. — Destruction . . . . . . .

14.
Cowley, 1, 3 ; Heber, 2, 4.
LXVII. Triumphal Songs. – Bitter Waters . . . ,

Heber, 1, 5; Milman, 2; Hemans, 3 ; Mrs. Charles, 4.
LXVIII. Murmuring. — Quails. – Manna . . . . . .

Trench, 2; Keble, 3 ; Vaughan, 5.
LXIX. The smitten Rock. — Amalek vanquished . .

Parnell, 1; Mrs. Charles, 2 ; Zhukovsky, 3.
LXX. Jehovah's Majesty and Holiness revealed at

Sinai . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 19.

Dale, 1 ; Shakespeare, 2 ; Spenser, 3 ; Vaughan, 4.
LXXI. The Decalogue delivered . . . . . . . . ,

Watts, 1, 2; McComb, 3 ; Chatterton, 4.

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