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ANIMALS. Prov. xix, 12. The king's wrath | without number, whose teeth are of lions, them, their children, and is as the roaring of a lion; but his the teeth of a lion, and he hath their wives; and the lions had the favour is as dew upon the grass. the cheek teeth of a great lion. mastery of them, and brake all

Prov. xx, 2. The fear of a king Amos iii, 4, 8, 12. Will a lion their bones in pieces or ever they is as the roaring of a lion: whoso roar in the forest, when he hath came at the bottom of the den. provoketh him to anger sinneth no prey? will a young lion cry out (See under Miracle.) against his own soul.

of his den, if he have taken nothProv. xxx, 30. A lion which is ing? The lion hath roared, who LEVIATHAN OR CROCODILE. strongest among beasts, and turn-spoken, who can but prophesy? will not fear? the Lord God hath

BULK AND APPEARANCE. eth not away for any.


Job xli, 31, 32, 18-21, 11. Thus saith the LORD; As the shep, maketh the deep to boil like a Isa. v, 29. Their roaring shall herd taketh out of the mouth of pot: he maketh the sea like a pot be like a lion, they shall roar like the lion two legs, or a piece of an of ointment. He maketh a path young lions: yea, they shall roar, car; so shall the children of Israel to shine after him; one would and lay hold of the prey, and shall be taken out that dwell in Sa- think the deep to be hoary. By carry it away safe, and none shall maria in the corner of a bed, and his neesings a light doth shine, deliver it.

in Damascus in a couch. Isa, xxi, 8. And he cried, A lion:

and his eyes are like the eyelids

Micah v, 8. And the remnant of of the morning. Out of his mouth My lord, I stand continually upon Jacob shall be among the Gentiles go burning lamps, and sparks of the watchtower in the daytime, in the midst of many people as a fire leap out. Out of his nostrils and I am set in my ward whole lion among the beasts of the forest, goeth smoke, as out of a seething nights.

as a young lion among the flocks pot or caldron. His breath kind180. xxxviii, 13. I reckoned til of sheep: who, if he go through, leth coals, and a flame goeth out morning, that, as a lion, so will he both treadeth'down, and teareth of his mouth. Who hath preventbreak all my bones: from day even in pieces, and none can deliver. ed me, that I should repay hims to night wilt thou make an end of

Nahum ii, 11-13. Where is the whatsoever is under the whole me. Jer. iv, 7. The lion is come up feeding place of the young lions,

dwelling of the lions, and the heaven is mine. from his thicket, and the destroy- where the lion, even the old lion,

IMPENETRABLE SCALES. er of the Gentiles is on his way; walked, and the lion's whelp, and Job xli, 7. 12-17, 23, 26-30. Canst he is gone forth from his place to none made them afraid? The lion thou fill his skin with barbed make thy land desolate; and thy did tear in pieces enough for his irons? or his

head with fish spears? cities shall be laid waste, without whelps, and strangled for his lion- I will not conceal his parts, nor an inhabitant.

esses, and filled his holes with his power, nor his comely proporJer. xii, 8. Mine heritage is unto prey, and his dens with ravin. tion. Who can discover the face me as a lion in the forest; it crieth Behold, I am against thee, saith of his gaiment? or who can come out against me: therefore have I the LORD of hosts, and I will to him with his double bridle? hated it.

burn her chariots in the smoke, Who can open the doors of his Jer. xxv, 39. He hath forsaken and the sword shall devour thy face? his teeth are terrible round his covert, as the lion: for their young lions: and I will cut off thy about. His scales are his pride, land is desolate because of the prey from the earth, and the voice shut up together as with a close fierceness of the oppressor, and of thy messengers shall no more seal. One is so near to another, because of his fierce anger. be heard.

that no air can come between Jer. xlix, 19. Behold, he shall 2 Tim. iv, 17. Notwithstanding them. They are joined one to come up like a lion from the swell- the Lord stood with me, and another, they stick together, that

The ing of Jordan against the habita- strengthened me; that by me the they cannot be sundered. tion of the strong: but I will sud- preaching might be fully known ther: they are firm in themselves


flakes of his flesh are joined togedenly make him run away from and that all the Gentiles might

The her: and who is a chosen man, hear; and I was delivered out of they cannot be moved.

sword of him that layeth at him that I may appoint over her? for the mouth of the lion. who is like me? and who will ap

cannot hold: the spear, the dart,

1 Pet. v, 8. Be sober, be vigilant; nor the habergeon. He esteempoint me the time? and who is because your adversary the devil, eth iron as straw, and brass as that shepherd that will stand be as a roaring lion, walketh about, rotten wood. The arrow cannot fore me?

seeking whom he may devour. make him flee: slingstones are Jer. II, 38. They shall roar to

Rev. iv, 7. And the first beast turned with him into stubble. gether like lions: they shall yell was like a lion, and the second Darts are counted as stubble: he as lions' whelps.

beast like a calf, and the third laugheth at the shaking of a spear. Ezek, xix, 2, 3, 5, 6. And say, beast had a face as a man, and the Sharp stones are under him: he What is thy mother? A lioness: fourth beast was like a flying spreadeth sharp pointed things she lay down among lions, she eagle.

upon the mire. nourished her whelps among Rev. v,5. And one of the elders

And she brought saith unto me, Weep not: behold, young lions.

UNTAMABLE. up one of her whelps: it became the Lion of the tribe of Juda, the

Job xli, 1-6,8-10, 22, 24, 25, 33, 34. a young lion, and it learned to Root of David, hath prevailed to Canst thou draw out leviathan catch the prey; it devoured men. Now when she saw that she had open the book, and to loose the with an hook? or his tongue with seven seals thereof.

a cord which thou lettest down? waited, and her hope was lost,

Canst thou put an hook into his then she took another of her Rev. x, 3. And cried with a loud nose? or bore his jaw through whelps, and made him a young voice, as when a lion roareth: and with a thorn? Will he make liort. And he went up and down when he had cried, seven thunders many supplications unto thee? among the lions, he became a uttered their voices.

will he speak soft words unto young lion, and learned to catch

Dan, vi, 24. And the king com- thee? Will he make a covenant the prey, and devoured men. manded, and they brought those with thee? wilt thou take hiin

Joel i. 6. For a nation is come men which had accysed Daniel, for a servant for ever? Wilt thou up upon my land, strong, and I and they cast them into the den play with him as with a bird? or





wllt thou bind him for thy maid- shall come down with them, and horns. I beheld then because of ens? Shall thy companions make the bullocks with the bulls; and the voice of the great words which a banquet of him? shall they part their land shall be soaked with the horn spake: I beheld eren till him among the inerchants? Lay blood, and their dust made fat the beast was slain, and his body thine hand upon him, remember with fatness.

destroyed, and given to the burnthe battle, do no more. Beliola,

ing flame. As concerning the rest the hope of him is in vain: shall


of the beasts, they had their not one be cast down even at the


dominion taken away: yet their sight of him? None is 80 fierce Gen. xlix, 27. Benjamin shall lives were prolonged for a season that daro stir hin up: who then ravin as a wolf: in the morning

and time. These great beasts, is able to stand before me? In he shall devour the prey, and at which are four, are four kings, his neck remaincth strength, and night he shall divide the spoil.

which shall arise out of the earth. sorrow is turned into joy before him. His heart is as firm as a of the forest shall slay them, and Jer. v, 6. Wherefore a lion out

HUNTING stone; yei, as hard as a piece of

a wolf of the evenings shall spoil the nether millstone. When he

Gen. x, 9. He was a mighty raiseth up himself, the mighty are their cities: every one that goeth fore it is said, Even as Nimrod

them, a leopard shall watch over hunter before the Lord: whereafraid: by reason of breakings they purify themselves. Upon because their transgressions are

out thence shall be torn in pieces: the mighty hunter before tho earth there is not his like, who is

LORD. made without fear. He'behold-many, and their backslidings are increased.

Gen. xxv, 27. And the bosi eth all high things: he is a king

grew; and Esau was a cuming over all the children of pride.

Ezek. xxii, 27. Her princes in hunter, a man of the field; and Ps. Ixxiv, 14. Thou brakest the the midst thereof are like wolves Jacob was a plain man, dwelling heads of leviathan in picccs and ravening the prey, to shed blood, in tents. gavest him to be meat to the peo- honest gain. and to destroy souls, to get dis

Gen. xxvil, 3, 5, 30. Now thereplo inhabiting the wildernesg.

fore take, I pray thee, thy wcaPs. civ, 26. There go the ships: more fierce than the evening go out to the field, and take me

Hab. i. 8. Their horses **

pons, thy quiver and thy bow, and there is that leviathan whom

wolves. thou hast made to play therein.

venison; And Rebekah Isa, xxvii, 1. In that day the Matth. vil, 15. Beware of false heard when Isaac spake to Esau

And Esau went to the LORD with his sore and great and prophets, which come to you in his son. strong sword shall punish levi- sheep's clothing, but inwardly field to hunt for venison, and to athan the piercing serpent, even they are rarening wolves. bring it. And it came to pass, as leviathan that crooked serpent; Matth. x, 16. Behold, I send you soon as Isaac had made an end of and he shall slay the dragon that forth as sheep in the midst of blessing Jacob, and Jacob was is in the sea.

wolves: be ye therefore wise as yet scarco gone out from the
berpents, and harmless as doves. presence of Isaac his father, that

Esau his brother came in front
John x, 12. But he that is an

his hunting.

hireling, and not the shepherd, Num. xxiii. 22. God bronght whose own the sheep are not Judges xv, 4, 5. And Samson them out of Egypt; he hath as it seeth the wolf coming, and leave went and caught three hundred were the strength of an unicorn.

eth the sheep, and fleeth: and the foxes, and took firebrands, and Num. xxiv, 8. God brought him eth the sheep. wolf catcheth them, and scatter- turned tail to tail, and put a fire

brand in the midst between two forth out of Egypt; he hath as it

tails. And when he had set the were the strength of an unicorn:

Acts xx, 29. For I know this, brands on fire, he let them go into he shall eat up the nations his that after my departing shall the standing corn of the Philise enemies, and "shall break their grievous wolves, enter in among tines, and burnt up both the shocks, bones, and pierce them through you, not sparing the flock.

and also the standing corn, with with his arrows.

the vineyards and olives. Deut. xxxiii, 17. His glory is like


1 Sam. xxiv, 11. Moreover, my the firstling of his bullock, and his Dan. vii. 3-5, 7, 11, 12, 17. And father, sco, yea, see the skirt of horns are llie the horns of uni- four great beasts came up from thy robe in my hand: for in that I corns: with them he shall push the the sea, diverse one from another. cut off the skirt of thy robe, and people together to the en is of the The first was like a lion, and had killed thee not, know thouand scu earth: and they are the ten thou- eagle's wings: I beheld till the that there is neither evil nor sands of Ephraim, and they are wings thereof were plucked, and transgression in mine hand, and I the thousands of Manasseh. it was lifted up from the earth, and have not sinned against thee; yet

Job xxxix, 9, 11, 12. Will the made stand upon the feet as a thou huntest my soul to take it. unicorn be willing to serve thee, man, and a man's heart was given Job x, 16. For it increaseth. or abide by thy crib? Wilt thou to it. And behold another beast, Thou huntest me as a fierce lion: trust him, because his strength is a second, like to a bear, and it and again thou shewest thyself great? or wilt thou leave thy raised up itself on one side, and it marvellous upon me. labour to him? Wilt thou believe had three ribs in the mouth of it

Proc. vi, 5. Deliver thyself as a him, that he will bring home thy between the teeth of it: and they sced, and gather it into thy barn said thus unto it, Arise, devour roe from the hand of the hunter, Ps. xxií, 21. Save me from the much Nesh. After this I saw in and as a bird from the hand of thó

fowler. lion's mouth: for thou hast heard fourth beast, dreadful and terrible, the night visions, and behold a

Çant. ii, 15. Take us the foxes, me from the horns of the unicorns. and strong exceedingly; and it the little foxes, that spoil the

P3. xcii, 10. But my horn shalt had great iron teeth: it devoured vines: for our vines nare tender thou exalt like the horn of an uni. and brake in pieces, and stamped grapes. corn: I shall be anointed with the residue with the feet of it: and 18a. II, 20. Thy sons have faintfresh oil.

it was diverse from all the beasts ed, they lie at the head of all the Isa, xxxlv, 7. And the unicorns that were before it: and it had ten | streets, as a wild bull in a net;

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they are full of the fury of the birds round about are against that are left, have I gathered all LORD, the rebuke of thy God. her; côme ye, assemble all the tho earth; and there was nono

Micah vii, 2. The good man is beasts of the field, come to de- that moved the wing, or opened perished out of the earth: and your.

the mouth, or peeped. there is none upright among men: Erk. xxxix, 17. And, thou son Isa. xvi, 2. For it shall be, that, they all lie in wait for blood; they of man, thus saith the Lord God; as a wandering bird cast out of the hunt every man his brother with Speak unto every feathered fowl. nest, 80 the daughters of Moab a net.

and to every beast of the field, shall be at the fords of Arnon. 2 Pet. ii, 12. But these, as natu- Assemble yourselves, and come; Jer. xvii, 23. O inhabitant of ral brute beasts, made to be taken father yourselves on every side Lebanon, that makest thy nest in and destroyed, speak evil of the to my sacrifice that I do sacrifice the cedars, how gracious ehalt things that they understand not; for you, even a great sacrifice up thou be when pangs come upon and shall utterly perish in their on the mountains of Israel, that thee, the pain as of a woman in own corruption.

ye may eat flesh, and drink blood. travail!

Eccles, x. 20. Curse not the king, Obad. 4. Though thou exalt FOWLS.

no not in thy thought; and curse thyself as the cagle, and though Gen. vii, 3, 14. Of fowls also of not the rich in thy bedchamber: Thou set thy nest among the the air by sevens, the male and for a bird of the air shall carry the stars, thence will I bring thee the female; to keep seed alive voice, and that which hath wings down, saith the Lord. upon the face of all the earth. shall tell the matter.

Hab. ii, 9. Woe to him that And every fowl after his Çant. ii, 12. The fiowers appear coveteth an evil covetousness to kind, every bird of every sort. on the earih; the time of the his house, that he may set his nest Gen. xl, 17, 19. And in the up- singing of birds is come, and the

on high, that he may be delivered permost basket there was of all yoice of the turile is heard in our from the power of evil! manner of bakemeats for Pharaoh; land.

Matth. xiii, 32. Which indeed is and the birds did eat them out of

the least of all seeds; but when it the basket upon my head. Yet


is grown, it is the greatest among within three days shall Pharaoh Jer. v, 27. As a cage is full of herbs, and becometh a tree, so lift up thy head irom ot thee, and birils, so are their houses full of that the birds of the air come and shall hang thee on a tree; and dezeit: therefore they are become lodge in the branches thereof. the birds shall eat thy flesh from great, and waxen rich. off theo.

Rev. xviii, 2. And he cried unto him.'Foxes have holes, and

Luke ix, 58. And Jesus said 1 Sam. xvii, 44. And the Philis- mightily with a strong voice, say- birds of the air hare nests; but the tine said to David, Come to me, ing. Babylon tho great is fallen, Son of man hath not where to lay and I will give thy flesh unto the is fallen, and is become the habit

his head.
fowls of the air, and to the beasts ation of devils, and the hold of
of the field.
every foul spirit, and a cage of

1 Kin. iv. 33.

IIe spake every unclean and hateful bird. also of beasts, and of fowl, and of

Isa. il, 20. In that day a man NEST.

shall cast his idols of silver, and creeping things, and of tishes.

Deut. xxii, 6.7. If a bird's nest his idols of gold, which they made 1 Kin. xiv, 11. . . And him that dieth in the field shall the

chance to be before thee in the each one for himself to worsinip, to fowls of the air eat: for the LORD achether they be young ones, or

way in any tree, or on the ground, the moles and to the bats. haih spoken it.

eggs, and the dam sitting upon BITTERN AND CORMORANT. P3. xi, 1. In the LORD put I my the young, or upon the on, trust; how say ye to my soul, Flee thou shalt not take the dam with

Isa. xiv, 23. I will also make it als a bird to your mountain

a possession for the bittern, and the young: But thou shalt in any Ps. I, 11. I kuow all the fowls of wise let the dam go, and take pools of water. the mountains, the young to thee; that it may be

Isa. xxxiv, 11. But the cormor

ant and the bittern shall possess Px. lxxviii, 27. He rained flesh well with thee, and that thou

also upon them as dust, and fea- mayest prolong thy days.
thered fowls like as the sand of Job xxix, 18. Then I said, I

Zeph. ii, 14. Poth the cor-
the sea.
shall die in my nest, and I shall

morant and the bittern shall

lodge in the upper lintels of 182. xviii, 6. They shall be left multiply my days as the sand.

together unto the fowls of the Ps. Ixxxiv, 3. Yea, the sparrow
mountains, and to the beasts of bath found an honse, and the

the earth and the fowls shall swallow a nest for herself, where
summer upor. them, and all the she may lay her young, eren LOVELY, MOCRSFUL, AND
beasts of the earth shall winter Wine altars, O Lord of hosts, my

upon them
King, and iny God.

Gon. viii, 8-12. Also he sent
Isa, xxxi, 5. As birds flying, so P3. civ, 12, 17. By them shall forth a dove from him, to see if
will the LORD of hosts defend the fowls of the heaven have the waters were abated from off
Jerusalem; defending also he will their habitation, uchich sing

the face of the ground; But the deliver it; and passing over he among the branches. Where the dove found no rest for the sole of will preserve it. birds make their nests: as for the her foot, and she returned unto

him into the ark, for the waters Isa. xlvi, 11. Calling a ravenous stork, the fir trees are her house.

were on the face of the whole bird from the cast, the man that Prov. xxvii, 8. As a bird that earth: then he put forth his hand, executeth my counsel from a far wandereth from her nest, so is a and took her, and pulled her in country: yea, I have spoken it, I man that wandereth from his unto him into the ark. And he will also bring it to piss; I have place.

stayed yet other seven days; and purposed it, I will also do it.

1812. x, 14. And my hand hath again he sent forth the dove out Jer. xii, 9. Mine heritage is un found as a nest the riches of the of the ark; and the dove came in to me as a speckled bird, the people: and as one gathereth eggs to him in the evening; and, lo, in

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her month was an olive leaf | they call to Egypt, they go to of thine heart, O thon that dwellpluckt oft: so Noah knew that the Assyria.

est in tlie clefts of the rock, that waters were abated from off tho

Hosca xi, 11. They shall trem- holdest the height of the hill: earth. And he stayed yet other ble as a bird out of Egypt, and as though thou shouldest make thy seven days; and sent forth the a dovo out of the land of Assyria: nest as high as the eagle, I will dove; which returned not again and I will place them in their bring, thee down from thence, unto him any more. houses, saith the LORD.

saith the Lord. Behold, he shall Ps. Iv, 6. And I said, Oh that I

Nahum il, 7. And Huzzab shall come up and fly as the eagle, and had wings like a dove! for then be led away captive, she shall be spread his wings over Bozrah: and would I fly away, and be at rest.

brought up, and her maids shall at that day shall the heart of the Ps. Ixviii, 13. Though ye have lien learl her as with the voice of doves, heart of a woman in her pangs.

mighty men of Edom be as the among the pots, yet shall ye be as tabering upon their breasts. the wings of a dove covered with

Lam. iv, 19. Our persecutors are silver, and her feathers with yel- he was baptized, went up straight- heaven: they pursued us upon the

Matth. iii, 16. And Jesus, when

swifter than the eagles of tho low gold.

way out of the water: and, lo, mountains, ihy laid wait for us P3. Ixxiv, 19. O deliver not the the heavens were opened unto

in the wilderness. soul of thy turtledove unto the him, and he saw the Spirit of God multitude of the wicked: forget descending like a dove, and light

Micah i, 16. Make thee bald, and not the congregation of thy poor ing upon him.

poll thee for thy delicato children; for ever.

Alatth. xxi, 12. And Jesus went enlarge thy baldness as the eagle; Çant. 15. Behold, thou art into the temple of God, and

for they are gone into captivity ust

from thee. fair, my love; behold, thou art out all them that sold and bought fair; thou hast doves' eyes. in the temple, and overthrew the

Matth. xxiv, 29. For whcresoÇant. ii, 14. O my dove, that art tables of the moneychangers, and ever the carcase is, there will the in the clefts of the rock, in the the scats of them that sold doves. eagles be gathered together. secret places of the stairs, let me John I, 32. And John bare re

Luke xvii, 37. And they an

and see thy countenance, let me hear cord, saying, I saw the Spirit de- swered


unto him, thy voice; for sweet is thy voice; scending from heaven like a dove, Where. Lord? And he said unto and thy countenance is comely. and it abode upon him.

them. Wheresoever the body is, Çant. v, 2, 12. I sleep, but my heart John ii, 14, 16. And found in the thither will the eagles be gathered waketh: it is the voice of my be temple those that sold oxen and together.

I AWK. loved that knocketh, saying, Open sheep and doves, and the changers

Job xxxix, 26. Doth the hawk of money sitting And said unto to me, my sister, my love, my dove, my undetiled: for my head them that sold doves, Take these fly by thy wisdom, and stretch is filled with dew, and my locks things. hence; mako not my her wings toward the south? with the drops of the night. llis Father's house an house of mer

OSTRICH. chandise. eyes are as the cyes of doves by

Job xxxix, 14-18. .

Vhich the rivers of waters, washed with

leaveth hicregrain the carth, and

EAGLE. milk, and Atly set.

warmeth them in dust, And for

ITS POWERFUL PINIOX3, ETC. Çant. vi, 9. My dove, my unde

getteth that the foot may crush nied is brit one; she is the only I did unto the Egyptians, and how break them.

Erod. xix. 4. Ye have seen what them, or that the wild beast may one of her mother, she is the i bare you on eagles' wings, and against her young ones, as though

She is hardened choice one of her that bare her, brought you unto myself. The daughters saw her, and

they were not her's: her labour is blessed her; yea, the queens and

Deut. xxviii, 49. The LORD shall in vain without fear; Because the concubines, and they praised bring a nation against thee from God hath deprived her of wisdom, her.

far from the end of the earth, as neither hath he imparted to her

suilt as the eagle flieth; a nation understanding. What time she Isa, xxxviii, 14.

I did whose tongue thou shalt not un- lifteth up herself on high, she mourn as a dove: mine eyes fail derstand.

scorneth the horse and his rider. with looking upward: O LORD, I Deut. xxxii, 11. As an eagle am oppressed; undertake for me. stirreth np her nest, fluttereth

OWL. her Isa. lix, 11. We roar all like Over

young, spreadeth SYMBOL OF DESOLATION. bears, and mourn sore like doves: abroad her wings, takeih them,

Job xxx, 29. I am a brother to we look for judgment, bui there is beareth them on her wings.

dragons, and a companion to none; for salvation, but it is far off

Job ix, 26. They are passed owls. from 03. away as the swift ships: as the

P3. cii, 6. I am like an owl Isa. Ix, 8. Who are these that eagle that hasteth to the prey.

of the desert. fly as a cloud, and as the doves to Job xxxix, 27 – 30. Doth the

Isalan xiii, 21. But wild beasts their windows?

eagle mount up at thy command, of the desert shall lie there; and

and make her nest on high? She their houses shall be full of doleful Jer. xlviii, 23. O ye that dwell dwelleth and abideth on the rock, creatures; and owls shall dwell in Moab, leave the cities, and upon the crag of the rock, and the there. dwell in the rock, and be like the strong place. From thence she dove that maketh her nest in the secreth the prey, and her eyes morant and the bittern shall pos

Isa, xxxiv, 11, 14, 15. But the corsides of the hole's mouth. behold afar off. Her young ones

sess it; the owl also and the raven Ezck. vii, 16. But they that also suck up blood: and where the

shall dwell in it..

Tho escape of them shall escape, and slain are, there is she.

screech owl also shall rest there, shall be on the mountains like Jer. xlviii, 40. For thus saith the and find for herself a place of doves of the valleys, all of them Lord; Behold, he shall fly as an rest. There shall the great owl mourning, every one for his ini- eagle, and shall spread his wings make her nest, and lay, and hatch, quity. over Moab.

and gather under her shas Ilosea vii, 11. Ephraim also is Jer. xlix, 16, 22. Thy terribleness dow. like a silly dove without heart: hath deceived thee, and the pride Micah i, 8. : . . I will mako ANIMALS.

a walling like the dragons, and, up all that day, and all that night, in the snare; so are the sons of mourning as the owls.

and all the next day, and they men snared in an evil time, when Isa. xxxiv, 11. ... The owl gathered the quails: he that it falleth suddenly upon them.


least gathered also and the raven shall dwell in gathered

Lam. iii, 52. Mine enemies it: and he shall stretch out upon hoiners: and they spread them all chased me sore, like a bird, withit the line of confusion and the abroad for themselves round

out cause. stones of emptiness. about the camp.

H03, vii, 12. When they shall go,

I will spread my net upon them;


I will bring them down as the Jer. xvii, 11. As the partridge Gen. viii, 6, 7. And it came to fowls of the heaven; I will chassitteth on eggs, and hatcheth pass at the end of forty days, that tise thicm, as their congregation them not; so he that getteth Noah opened the win low of the hath heard. riches, and not by right, shall ark which he had macie: And he Hos. ix, 8. The watchman of leave them in the midst of his sent forth a raven, which went Ephraim was with my God: but days, and at his end shall be a forth to and fro, until the waters the prophet is a snare of a fowler fool.

were dried up from off the earth. in all his ways, and hatred in the

Çant. v, 11. His head is as tho house of his God.
most fine gold, his locks


Amos iii, 5. Can a bird fall in a 1 Kin. x, 22. For the king had bushy, and black as a raven.

snare upon the earth, where no at sea a navy of Tharshish with

Luke xii, 21. Consider the gin is for him? shall one take up
the navy of Hirain: once in three ravens: for they neither sow nor a snare from the earth, and have
years came the nuvy of Tharshish, rean; which neither have store- taken nothing at all?
bringing gold, and silver, ivory, house nor barn; and God feedeth
and apes, and peacocks.

them: how much moro are ye
better than the fowls.


Exod. vil, 18. And the fish that Ps. cii, 6. I am like a pelican of SPARROW, SWALLOW, AND is in the river shall die, and the the wilderness.


river shall stink; and the Egyptians POULTRY.

Ps. Ixxxiv, 3. 'The Sputow hath shall loaihe to drink of the water found an house for ber-elf.

of the river. Matth. xxiii, 37. () Jerusalem, Ps. cii, 7. I watch, and am as a the herils' be slain for them, to

Num. xi, 22. Shall the flocks and Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which sparrow alone upon the houso silnce thein? or shall all the fish

top. are sent unto thee, how often

of the sea be gathered together would I have gathered thy chil

Prov. xxvi, 2. As the bird by for them, to sutlice them? dren tozother, even as a hen wandering, as the swallow by fly

Neh. xiii, 16. There dwelt men gathereth her chickens under her inz, so the curso causeless shall

of Tyre also therein, which not come. wings, and ye would not!

brought fsh, and all manner of Malth. xxvi, 34, 74, 75. Jesus

Isa, xxxviil, 14. Like a crane or ) ware, and sold on the sabbath unsaid unto him, Verily I say unto a swallow, so did I chatter.

to the children of Judah, and in theo, That this night, before the Matth. x, 31. Fear ye not there- Jerusalem. cock crow, thou shalt deny me fore, ye are of more value than thrice. Then began he to curse many sparrows.

Ps. civ, 25. So is this great and

wide sea, wherein are things and to swear, saying, I know not Luke xii, 6. Are not five spar- creeping innumerable, both small the man. And immediately the rows sold for two farthings, and and great beasts. cock crew. And Peter romembered the word of Jesus, which fore God? not one of them is forgotten be

Isa. 1, 2. Wherefore, when I said unto himn, Before the cock

came, was there no man? when I crow, thou shalt deny me thrice.

called, was there none to answer? And' he went out, and wept


Is my hand shortened at all, that bitterly.

180. xxxiv, 15.

There it cannot redeem? or have I no shall the vultures also be gather- power to deliver? behold, at my QUAILS. ed every one with her mate.

rebuke I dry up the sea, I make Exod. xvi, 12, 13. I have heard

the rivers a wilderness: their tish

FOWLING the murmurings of the children

stinketh, because there is no of Israel: speak unto them, say- Ps. xci, 3. Surely he shall de- water, and dieth for thirst. ing. At even ye shall eat flesh, liver thee froin the snare of the Ezek. xlvii, 9. And it shall come and in the morning ye shall be fowler, and from the noisome to pass, that every thing that livfilled with bread; and ye shall pestilence.

eth, which moveth, whithersoever know that I am the LORD your God. And it came to pass, that

P3. cxxiv, 7. Our soul is escaped the rivers shall come, shall live:

as a bird out of the spare of the and there shall be a very great at even the quails came up, and fowlers: the snare is broken, and multitude of fish, because these covered the cup: and in the we are escaped.

Waters shall come thitler: for morning the dew lay round about the host.

Prov. 1, 17. Surely in vain the they shall be healed; and every Num. xi, 31, 32. And there net is spread in the sight of any thius shall live whither the river bird.

went forth a wind from the LORD,
and brought quails from the sea,

Prov. vii, 23. Till a dart strike Jonah I, 17. Now the Lord had and let them fall by the camp, as through his liver; as a bird prepared a great Nsh to swallow it were a day's journey on this hasteth to the share, and knoweth up Jonah. And Jonah was in tho

belly of the fish three days and side, and as it were a day's jour- not that it is for his life. ney on the other side, round Eccles. ix, 12. For man also three nights. about the camp, and as it were knoweth not his time: as the Matth. xiv, 17. And they say two cubits high upon the face of fishes that are taken in an evil net, unto him, We have here but five the earth. And the people stood I and as the birds that are caught | loaves, and two fishes.


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