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INDEX TO TEXTS.
N.B. No texts are inserted in the following list but such as are expounded, or com-
mented on.

Those merely quoted or referred to are too numerous to be included.
*** When the page is followed by an asterisk, the comment is contained in the note
at foot of that page,
Genesis.
VIII. p 28, 234

XXVII. 6, p 376
I. 14, 15, P
412
XVI. 9, p 296

XXX. 4-9, p 237
II. 17, p 177*
XVII. 15, p 336

XLIV. 14, 27, &c. p 234
VIII. 10-12, p 433
xix. 1-4, p 412*

LI. Chap. p 415
XXVII. 28, 29, p

XLVI. p 415
XXIX. 27, 28, p 433, 434 L. 1, p 412*

Ezekiel.
XL. 12, 26, p 430
LXV. 7, p 415

1. 13, p 362 *
XLI. 26, p 430
LXXIV. 2, p 67

IV. 4-6, p 432
XLIX. 24, p 324
LXXVIII. 24, 25, p 340

xxi. Chap. p 185
LXXX. 8, p 278

XXX. Chap. p 128
Numbers.
LXXXVII. 6, p 292

3, 26, p 376
XIV. 33, 34, p 431
XC. 4, p 177*

XXXII. 7, 8, p 411
xvi. Chap. p 148
XCIII. 3, 4, p 415

XXXVII. 11-14, p 58
xcv, 8–11,
XVI. 26–33, p 234

XXXVIII. Chap. p 127
XXII. 23–31, p 343
CXXIV. 2-5, p 415

XLVII. &c. p 385, 388
XXVI. 11, p 234
CXLIX. p 175, 286

Baniel.
Beuteronomy.

Proverbs.

II. 31–45, p 30*, 393
III. 2, p

83
XXVIII. 23, p 251

VII. Chap. p 393, 396, 431
XXXII. 35–43, p 268
VIII. 23, 31, p 63

16, p 419
XXXIII. 2, p. 267*

VIII. 3, p 396
Ecclesiastes.

14, p 436, 441
Joshua.
XII. 1, p 177

IX. 12, p 375*
16-20, p

66
v. &c. p 321

Isaiah.

24–27, p 432
II. 19, p

187
Judges.

x. 447, p 343
.
IV. 4, p 232

XII. 2, p 134, 297, 373
v. 20, p 413

5, p 339*

5, p 420
XIV. 12–17, p 434
v. 26, &c. p 416

12, 13, p 135, 197
I Samuel.
XIII. 9-13, p 411

Hosea.
VIII. 19, 20, p 174
xiv. 12, p 369

1. 10, p 92, 402
XII. 14, p 89

XVII. 12—14, p 416
XXIV. 5, 6, p 233

Jocl.
I Rings.

21-23, p 413

II. 28–32, p 131, 156
VII. 27, p
254

XXV. 6-10, p 62
XII. 9,
p

XXVI. 9-1l, p 236*, 276,
441.

Micah.
II Kings.

14, p 135

11. 12, 13, p 324
x. 18—25, p 237

19, p 297

iv. Chap. p 288
xi. 12, p 85

Xxxiv. Chap. p 229, 412
XLIV. 3, 4, p 414

babakkuk.
II Chronicles.

XLVIII. 12-16, p 265 III. Chap. p 268
Lv. 13, p 251

5-13, p 233
III. ), p 62

Lx. 12, p 319
LXIII. 1-5, p 230

Haggai.
Job.
LXVI. 7, p 66

II. 21, 22, p 413
xiv. 12, p 388

16, p 233
XIX. 25, p 130, 388

19, p 118, 318

Zechariah.

1. 8, p 396
Psalıns.

Jeremiah.

1. 11, 18-21, p 235
II. p 288,* 392
1. 18, 19, p 292*

11. 11, p 118, 318

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IX. 6, p

265*

344*

vi. 1, p 394*, 395
XIV. 2, 12–15, p 234

4, 5, p 64

Malachi.
IV. 3, p 344

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Matthew.
III. 2, p 34, 151, 153
iv. 17, p 34
v. 3, 5, p 94, 95, 251

13, p 201
x. 7, p 34

23, p 187, 188, 319,

380, 439

28, p. 296*
XI. 20-24, p 66
XII. 28, p 155

40, p. 297
XIII. 30, 39-43, p 186,

188, 265
XVI. 3, p 370

28, p 34, 193, 439
XVII. 1-13, p 34, 193,

339
XVIII. 10, p 337
XXI. 43, p 154, 318
XXIII. 29-39, p 39, 56,

281, 328
xxiv.Chap. 281,370,404

14, p 123, 291*

34, p 53, 376
xxv. Chap. p 281

314-34, p 32, 129

46, p 419
XXVI. 64, p 97, 99
XXVII. 52, 53, p 132*,

337*

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Mark.
1. 15, p 34, 375
ix. 1, p 34, 96

13, p 97, 98

50, p 50, 202
x. 15, p 154
XI. 17, p 66
XIII. 30, p 97, 98
XVI. 15—20, p 158, 243,

247

XIII. 11, p 177
XIV. 9, 10, p 238

XII. 49, p 232
XVI. 23, p 297
XVII. 20, 21, p 34, 97,

99, 154
XVIII, 7, 8, p 23*

30, p 420
XIX. 7-9, P

176
41, p 66
xx, 36,
XXI. Chap. p 370, 405
24, p 375

337
XXIII. 30, p

375*
42, p 33
xxiv. 15, 31, p 343

45, p 341

p 304

p 340

I Corinthians.
II. 2, p 19*

9, p 332
VII. 6,40, p 78
XII. 27,

10, 11, 28-31, p 180,

247, 248
XIII. 8, p 248

9, 12, p 341
XIV. p 247, 248
xv. var. loc. p 18, 28, 29,

60, 62, 63, 129, 131,
329, 338, 387

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John.
III. 13, p 255
IV. 39–41, p 50
v. 28, 29, p 129, 177, 329
VIII. 56, p 194*
X. 16, p 403

- 75
XIV. 2, p 187, 319

9, p 255

12, p 159, 244, 246
XVI. 8—11, p 359

16--23, p 424

25, 26, p 178
XVII. 3, p 439

5, p 30

22, p 30
XVIII. 36, p 31, 97, 98, 99
xx. 17, p 336
XXI. 20-23, p 439

II Corinthians.
I. 21, 22, p 242, 330
IV. 14, p 336
v. 1-8, p 60, 257, 298,

339*
VI. 2, p 177
VIII. 3, 10, p 78
XI. 17 p 78
XII. 1–7, p 253, 256, 258,

299*, 346

35, P

Galatians.
III. 1, p 186, 187

16, p 59, 75
28, 29, p 339

Ephesians.
1. 10, p 262*

23, p 334
II. 19-22, p 65
III. 5, 6, p 92
iv. 10,
iv. 1l--16, p 180
v. 5, p 27*

23-33, p 334, 337
VI. 1-3, p 58, 94

p 254

Acts.
1. 6—9, p 31
II. 8-11, p 247

16-21 p 131, 156, 240,

319, 330
30—34, p

64
III. 20, 21, p 327
vii. chap. p 35

4, 5, p 57

55, 56, p 300
IX. 10-17, p 242
X. 44–48, p 157
XIX. 1-6, p 158
XXVI. 6-8, p 58

Philippians.
1. 21-23, p 257, 297
III. 11, p 134

Colossians.
1. 12-18, p 218
II. 9, 10, p 218

Luke.
1. 19, p 337
I. 32, p. 64
II. 1, p 291*
III. 6, p 319
IV. 16-21, p 241
VII. 47, p 335
IX. 29, p 339
x. 1, p 439

18, 19, p 338

Romans.
1. 20, p 412*
VIII. 10, 11, p 296

22, p 103
IX. 25, 26, p 92, 403
x. 7, p 297

18, p 412*
XI. 26-31, p 319

I Thessalonians
1. 3, p 300
II. 19, p 337
III. 13, p 336
iv. 13-18, p 19, 91, 132,

133,* 339, 312,* 387
v. P

1, 2, p 111

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Εις των αδελφων

245, 382

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419

Φιλαλήθης

149, 325
Φιλος..

187
A. B. C.

369
Abdiel, 17, 24, 35, 68, 96, 137, 173, 178

239, 301, 346, 379, 418
Abi-el

320
Amicus..

97, 187
C, (see A. B. C.)

56, 102, 196

G.

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259, 423

G, (see W. G.)..

H..

271, 294, 348, 357, 389, 441

H. I,

196

H. S. L.

440

Hunnilis.

439

I, (see H. I. and W. G. I.).

Inquirer

163, 248, 279, 318, 328

K. G. V..

247

L, (see H. S. L.)

319

Modestus

104

137, 182, 258, 318, 346

Observator

183

P, (see W. W. P.)...

Philalethes.

149, 325

Philos..

187

P. R

140

Presbyter

180

R, (see P. R.)

Quæsitor

159

Scriba...

.. 185, 283

Trinitarius.

128, 155, 200

Tyro

189

Tyso, Joseph.

330

V, (see K. G. V.).

W. G...

441

W. G. I

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W. W. P

426
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