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PASSAGES OF SCRIPTURE,
PLACING THEM IN A NEW LIGHT;
THE MEANING OF SEVERAL, NOT DETERMINABLE BY THE METHODS
COMMONLY MADE USE OF BY THE LEARNED ;
WITA A NEW ARRANGEMENT, MANY IMPORTANT ADDITIONS, AND
ADAM CLARKE, LL.D.
Impellimur autem Natura, ut prodesse velimus quamplurimis imprimisque docendo,
Cic. de Fin, lib. iii.
Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-yard ; LACKINGTON,
ALLEN, AND Co., Finsbury-square : and
W. BAYNES, Paternoster-row.
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
XXXII. Entertainments made in the open Air in
hot Countries .....
XXXIII. In those out of Door Entertainments, any
Passenger is invited to partake.
XXXIV. Fishermen in the East frequently land
to dress and eat their Fish on the Sea-shore. 28
XXXIV. Of their sitting on Heaps of Stones at
their Feasts ...
XXXV. Manner in which the Copts eat their Victuals. 40
XXXVI. Method of cultivating Rice in different
Parts of the East Indies, to which frequent
allusion is made in the Sacred Writings. 41
XXXVII. Strange Method of eating among the
XXXVIII. Butter and Honey used as a Break-
fast among the Arabs....
XXXIX. Honey not wholesome to Europeans in
XL. Flavour of Honey peculiarly excellent, when
just expressed from the Combs......