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TABLE III. The following 42 sections extracted from Eichorn by Dr. Marsh, contain such transactions as are common to the three former Evangelists : St. Mark and St. Luke having precisely the same arrangement. From section 19 to the end, St. Matthew's arrangement is the same with that of Mark and Luke; but he has arranged the subjects contained in the 18 first sections in a different manner.

§ 1. John the Baptist, Mark i, 2 8. Luke iii. 1-18. Matt, iii. 1-12.
$ 2. Baptism of Christ, Mark i. 9-11, Luke iii. 21, 22. Matt. jii. 13–17.
§ 3. Temptation of Christ, Mark i, 12, 13, Luke iv. 1–13. Matt. iv. 1-11.

OF THE FOUR GOSPELS.

$ 4. Christ's return to Galilee, and arrival at Capernaum, Mark i. 14. Luke iv. 14. Matt. iv. 12, 13.
§ 5. Cure of Peter's mother-in-law, Mark i. 29–34. Luke iv. 38–41. Matt. viii. 1417.
$ 6. Cure of a leper, Mark i. 40–45. Luke v. 12–16. Matt. viii. 2-4..
57. Cure of a person afflicted with the palsy, Mark ii. 1–12. Luke v. 17—26. Matt. ix. 148.
$ 8. Call of St. Matthew, Mark ii. 13—22. Luke v. 27–39. Matt. ix. 9–17.
§ 9. Christ goes with his disciples through the corn-fields, Mark ii. 23—28. Luke vi. 1-5. Matt. xii. 148
§ 10. Cure of a withered hand, Mark ii, 1–6. Luke vi. 6-11. Matt. xii. 9—15.

11. Preparation for the Sermon on the Mount, Mark iii. 7—19. Luke vi. 12--19. Matt. iv. 23—25.
$ 12. Confutation of the opinion that Christ casts out devils by the assistance of Beelzebub, Mark iii. 20—30. Matt. xii.

22—45, (perhaps formerly Luke also.)

13. Arrival of the mother and brethren of Christ, Mark iji. 31–35. Luke viji. 19-21. Matt. xii. 46–50. § 14. Parable of the sower, Mark iv. 1–34. Luke viji. 4—18. Matt. xiii. 1—34. § 15. Christ crosses the sea, and undergoes a storm, Mark iv. 35–41. Luke viii. 22–25. Matt. viii. 18—27. § 16. Transactions in the country of the Gadarenes, Mark v. 1—20. Luke viii. 26–39. Matt. viii. 28–34. § 17. The daughter of Jairus restored to life, Mark v. 21–43. Luke viii. 40–56. Matt. ix. 18—26. § 18. Christ sends out the twelve apostles, Mark vi. 7–13. Luke ix. 146. Matt. x. 1—42. § 19. The fame of Christ reaches the court of Herod, Matt. xiv, 1–12. Mark vi. 14—29. Luke ix. 7-9. $ 20. Five thousand men fed, Matt. xiv. 13-21. Mark vi. 30–44. Luke ix. 10–17. $ 21. Acknowledgment of the apostles that Christ is the Messiah, Matt. xvi. 13_28. Mark viii. 27.-ix. 1. Luke ix. 18_-27. $ 22. Transfiguration of Christ on the mount, Matt. xvii. 1–10. Mark ix. 249. Luke ix. 28—36. $ 23. Christ cures a dæmoniac whom his apostles were unable to cure, Matt. xvii. 14-21. Mark ix. 14-29. Luke ix.

37–43. § 24. Christ foretells his death, Matt, xvii. 22, 28. Mark ix. 30–32. Luke ix. 43–45. § 25. Dispute among the disciples about precedence, Matt. xviii. 145. Mark ix. 33–37. Luke ix. 46–48. $ 26. Christ blesses children who are brought to him, and answers the question by what means salvation is to be obtained ?

Matt. xix. 13_30. Mark x. 13–31. Luke xviji, 15–30. $ 27. Cbrist again foretells his death, Matt. xx. 17–19. Mark x. 32–34. Luke xviii. 31–34. § 28. Blind men at Jericho restored to sight, Matt. xx. 29–34. Mark x. 46–52. Luke xviii. 35–43. ♡ 29. Christ's public entry into Jerusalem, Matt. xxi. 1-11. Mark xi. 1–10. Luke xix. 29–44. $ 30. Christ expels the buyers and sellers from the temple, Matt. xxi. 12–14. Mark xi. 15—17. Luke xix. 45, 46. § 31. Christ called to account by the chief priests and elders for teaching publicly in the temple; be answers them, and then

delivers a parable, Matt. xxi. 23—27, 33–46. Mark xi. 27. xii. 12. Luke xx. 1–19. Ø 32. On the tribute to Cæsar, and marriage with a brother's widow, Matt. xxii. 15~-33. Mark xii. 13–34. Luke xx.

20–40. $ 33. Christ's discourse with the Pharisees relative to the Messiah being called Lord, by David, Matt. xxii. 41-46. Mark xii.

35-37. Luke xx. 41--44. § 34. The Pharisees censured by Christ, Matt. xxiii. 1, &c. Mark xii. 38–40. Luke xx. 45—47. $ 35. Christ foretells the destruction of Jerusalem, Matt. xxiv. 1–36. Mark xiii. 1–36. Luke xxi. 5–36. § 36. Prelude to the account of Christ's passion, Matt. xxvi. 145. Mark xiv. 1, 2. Luke xxii. I, 2. ♡ 37. Bribery of Judas, and the celebration of the pass-over, Matt. xxvi. 14—29. Mark xiv. 10—25. Luke xxii. 3—23. Ø 38. Christ goes to the Mount of Olives, Matt. xxvi. 30–46. Mark xiv. 26–42. Luke xxii. 39–46.

39. He is seized by a guard from the chief priests, Matt. xxvi. 47–58. Mark xiv. 43–54. Luke xxii. 47-55. $ 40. Peter's denial of Christ, &c. Matt. xxvi. 69.-xxvii. 19. Mark xiv. 66.--xv. 10. Luke xxii. 56.—xxiii. 17. § 41. The crucifixion and death of Christ, Matt. xxvii. 20—66. Mark xv. 11-47. Luke xxjii. 18-56. 42. The resurrection, Matt. xxviii. 1, &c. Mark xvi. I, &c. Luke xxiv. 1, &c.

See Dr. Marsh's Origin of the three first Gospels, p. 193.

HARMONIZED TABLE OF CONTENTS, &c.

TABLE IV.

The following Table represents the passages in our Lord's Sermon on the Mount, contained in Matt. v. vi. and vii. which are found in word or substance in the Gospel according to Luke, in the parallel passages here noted in a collateral column.

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vi. 20, 21.

22, 23.
xi. 33.

xvi. 17.
xii. 58, 59.

xvi. 18. vi. 29, 30. 27, 28.

35.
32, 33.

36.
xi. 2-.
xii. 33, 34.
xi. 34-36.

xvi. 13.
xii. 22–31.
vi. 37–42.
xi. 9-13.

vi. 31.
xiii. 24..
vi. 43–46.
xiii. 25—27.
vi. 47–49.

See Dr. Marsh's Origin of the three first Gospels, p. 400.

It was intended to have given the General Preface, including an account of the different MSS. and Versions quoted in this work, at the end of this Gospel; but this could not be done without delaying the publication of this part too long. It shall be delivered with the Acts of the Apostles, and printed so, that it may be prefixed to the Gospel of Matthew. As the Book of the Acts is very intimately connected in its subject, with the Gospels, the General Preface will have respect to this also; and the present delay will be ultimately advantageous to this part of the Work.

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