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Chinese bride jewel for forehead

(Note.)
Chiun of Amos, and Siva of Hindoos

Amos, v. 26.
Cholera believed to be infectious

(Note.)
compared to a fan or winnow

Jer. xv. 7.
Cinnamon, whence procured

Exod. xxx. 23.
Clap hands, custom of

Lam. ii. 15.
Clean thing out of unclean

Job, xiv. 4.
Clouds, how many kinds

(Note.)
Coal, quenched

2 Sam. xiv, 7.
Coats of many colours

Gen. xxxvii. 3.
Coffins, not common

1. 26.
Colloquy between the mind and the will

2 Cor. v. 1.
Communing with servants

Gen. xliii. 19.
Compliments

2 Sam. xiv. 17.
Concubines, when taken

Gen, xxi. 9.
Congratulations

1 Chron. xviii. 9.
Consecrate, scriptural meaning

Exod. xxviii. 42.
Consumed by drought

Gen. xxxi. 40.
Contempt, how shown

Ps. x. 5.
Cooking utensils, how made unclean

Lev. xi. 33.
Copland quoted

(Note.)
Cords of love

Hos. xi. 4.
Cormorant, bittern, and line of confusion Isa. xxxiv. 11.
in lintels

Zeph. ii. 14.
Corners of fields unproductive

Lev. xxiii. 22.
of hair, by whom polled

Jer. ix. 26.
Courtesans

iv. 30.
Covenant, how made

Gen. xv. 17.
ceremony of

xxxi. 46.
with eyes, what

Job, xxxi, 1.
Covered, scriptural meaning

Isa. xxi. 17.
Covering on upper lip

Lev. xii. 45.
Cows, when milked after calving

(Note.)
not used for the yoke

1 Sam. vi. 7.
dung for fuel

Ezek. iv. 15.
Crops, three in a year

(Note.)
Crow round the mast

John, vi. 68.
Crowing of the cock

xiii. 38.
Cubit of a man explained

Deut. ïïi. 11.
added

Matt. vi. 27.
Cucumbers, how eaten

Num. xi. 5.
Cultivators, how paid

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Gen. xlvii. 26.
Custom of sleeping in the lap

Jud. xvi. 19.
of looking in the face to ascertain truth Job, vi. 28.
Customs, wonderful power of

Acts, xxi. 21.
Cut off like tops of corn

Job, xxiv. 24.

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Dagger, how carried

- Judges, iii. 21.
Dagon pagoda of the Burmese

(Note.)
and Vishnoo compared

Judges, xvi. 23.
Dance of natives of Mozambique

(Note.)
Darkness felt

Exod. x. 21.
as noonday

Isa. lviii. 10.
Daughters, youngest, when given in marriage Gen. xxix. 26.
called branches

xlix. 22.
not cause to be a prostitute

Exod. xix. 29.
nursed at thy side

Isa. lx. 4.
Day, high, explained

. Gen. xxix. 7.
Days, month of

xxix. 14.
“ how many ?”

1 Kings, ii. 38.
like smoke

Ps. cii. 3.
like a shadow

11.
of the week, same names as amongst

Hindoos, Romans, and English
Dayspring

Luke, i. 78.
Dead dog, provoking phrase

1 Sam. xxiv. 14.
Death, covenant with

. Isa. xxviii. 15.
Decision of a Hindoo magistrate

1 Kings, iii. 25.
Deer, distress of, when in want of water - Ps. xli. I.
Defilement of a funeral

Num. v. 2.
Deformed people incapable of priesthood Lev. xxi, 18.
Dejected looks

Neh. ii. 2.
Deluge noticed

Gen. vi, 17.
Demons, to whom spirituous liquors acceptable (Note.)
Descendants called seed

Gen. xlvi. 6.
Despised lamp explained

Job, xii. 5.
Destruction of the world

2 Pet. üi. 10.
Devoted things, how applied

Lev. xxvii. 28.
Devotees, how roll before the car

Isa. xxv. 10.
Dew, pernicious effect on human body

Dan. iv, 25.
Died, “ he fell,” explained

Gen. xxv. 18.
Disappointed lovers, what vow

(Note.)
Disgrace of eating early in the morning

Eccl. x. 16.
Disputes settled by casting the lot

- 1 Sam. xiv. 41.
Divers weights

- Deut. xxv, 13.
Doctrine as rain

xxxii. 2.
Dogs, who

Phil. iii. 2.
Doleful creatures in houses

Isa. xiii, 21.
Door-keeper, an honourable situation

Ps. lxxxiv. 10.
“ Door of eyes”

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Gen. xxxviii. 14.
Dove, sayings respecting

John, i. 32.
dung sold

2 Kings, vi. 25.
D'Oyley and Mant quoted

Num. xi. 5.

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Dragons, brother of

Dreaming lies,” illustrated
Dreams, importance of, and a key to
Drink, scorning
Droughts in the East
Dubois, Abbé, quoted
Dung of solemn feasts
“ Dungy gods,” what
Dust, to cast, as a curse

of country, not a handful for each man
in the mouth
to lick

on the head
Dying parents wish children to be near them

Job, xxx. 29.
Jer. xxiï. 25.
Deut. xiii. 5.
Job, xxxiv. 7.
Jer. xiv. 4.

(Note.)
Mal. i. 3.
Deut. xxix. 17.
2 Sam. xvi. 13.
1 Kings xx. 10.
Ps. lxxii. 9.
Isa. xlix. 23.
Jos. vii. 6.
Luke ix. 59.

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Eagles gathered together

wings on
Early rising -
Ear-ring upon the face explained

a symbol of idolatry
Ears digged open

empty, resemble false love
East, diviners from

wind, malignant quality of
Eastern politeness

manners, picture of
Eat, with loins girded

Eating, thou shalt eat"
Eggs of serpents
Elder brother
Elephant, piebald

charmer, fate of

and the spout of a kettle
Elijah's loins girded
Emerods, images of
Enamoured princess, account of
Enchanters
Enemies be as the dead

compared to thorns
English ladies admired
Etiquette of meeting a guest

and compiments
Evening in the fields, for meditation

taking the place of the morning
Evil treatment to those in adversity

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Num. vi, 26.
1 Sam. xxv. 35.
2 Sam. xiv. 24.
1 Kings, ïi. 16.
Job, xiii. 24.
Isa. iii. 15.
1 Sam. xviii. 10.
Matt. vi, 5.
Ps. vii. 14.
Deut. xviii, 1l.
1 Sam. ii. 31.
Isa, li, 20.

XXX. 24.
2 Sam. i. 12.
Ps. xvi. 10.

xcii. 14.
(Note.)
Gen. xxxi. 53.
Job, xxiv. 9.
Prov. xix. 12.
Gen. xviii, 4.

xxix. 1.

xlix. 10.
Joshua, x. 24.
1 Sam, xxiv, 3.
Acts, iv. 34.
2 Kings, vi. 32.
Ps. viii. 6.
Prov. vi. 13.

in old age

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Fate, book of
Father, to swear by, custom of
Fatherless, snatched from the breast
Favour as dew on grass
Feet, washing, custom of

to lift up, explained
from between
on the neck
to cover
offering, explained
sound of
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Feet, glorious
Feigning to be sick, custom of
Females bathe in rivers or tanks

not taught to write
have separate feasts
crossing rivers

imprecations of
Figures burnt on cattle
Finger, to put forth
Finlayson, Dr. quoted
Fire, used in the Yagam, what kind

purchased
passing through
in bosom

covenant of
Fire-brand, man compared to
First born, superiority of

fruits given to the gods
Fish, of what tendency, to those who eat it
Fishermen, arts of

how dress
Flea, allusions to
Flesh, given to fowls of the air
Floats of timber
Flood, the Lord sitting upon
Flowers put on the feet
Folly of anger

of meddling with strife
Food come out at your nostrils, explained

offered to idols, Christians not to eat
Fool corrected
“ Foot at,” explained

according to
held steps

of pride
Former days better than these
Franklin, Capt., quoted
Fresh oil, what kind
Friend, compared 10 a signet

Isa. lii. 7.
2 Sam. xiii. 6.

Exod. ii. 5.
- 1 Kings, xxi. 8.

Esth. i. 9.
Isa. xlvii. 2.
Hosea, ix. 14.
Isa. xlvi. 1.

lviii. 9.
(Note.)
Lev. vi. 13.

(Note.)
2 Kings, xvii. 17.

Prov. vi. 27.
. Gen. xv. 17.

Zech. iii. 2.

Gen. xlix. 3.
- Exod. xxiii. 19.

Gen. xlviii. 16.
Luke, v. 5.
John, xxi. 7.
1 Sam. xxvi. 20.

xvii. 44.
1 Kings, v. 9.
Ps. xxix. 10.
John, xii. 3.
Job, xviii. 4.
Prov. xxvi, 17.
Num. xi. 20.
1 Cor. x. 25.
Prov. xxvi. 11.
Gen. xxx. 30.

xxxiii. 14.
Job, xxiii. 11.
Ps. xxxvi. 11.
Eccl. vii. 10.

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when go to comfort
Frogs most annoying
Fruit of body, illustrated

trees planted at the birth of a child

corresponding with the tree
Funeral processions, no females

chariot

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Ps. xcii. 10.
Jer. xxii. 24.
Job, ü. 11.
Ps. cv. 30.
Deut. xxviii. 4.

(Note.)
Matt. vii. 18.

(Note.)
2 Kings, ix. 28.

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