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H Hew translation 


















The letter of the Bible U the ehrine of its spirit Hutl the organimn liy which it ootnes into 
Btact with th<» reader's miiul. llenee the most spiritual of Bible sludente may well fool 
gr«it«?ful to all who bare toiled ut the wearying tank of preserving, and — whore necoBsary and 
puesible — restoring the true letter of tlie Sacred Text in its original tonguea. All honour 
then to men who— like Ginsbiu-g. Tregelles, and We«lcx»tt and Hort — have for long years 
laboured, chiefly that others might enter into their labours. 

No EngUtih Bible can be more than a translation, fnnca the Sacrod Scriptures of the Old 
and New Testainenta wore originally written in Hebrew oud in Greek. Hence it muat be 
obrjoufl to all, that just in proportion to the iinpurtanco of these documents muHt be the 
obligation to translate them oa accurately and adequately as possible ; and since in the vury 
nature of things no truialation can be porfoct, improvement is always possible. Eron if no 
further improvement weru attainable, various renderings for diflforent classew of i-eaders would 
still probably be of service. Besides, l>ivine fuvoun* are freely and widely bostowwl ; and the 
humblest individual translator may rootionably deem it poaaible to contribute something to 
the common stock of happy and effective renderings. Hence it may not bo pre'^umptuous to 
hope? that a ui^efuL place will Iw filled by The Emphasised Bible. 

Reverent faith and fearless criticism are not necessarily (.ip[M)st>d. Ue that believes may 
usefully ask — W/mt } and Why / It may be more imjverative than some dream to put suob 
qw«tioos, unless faith is to degenerate into superstition. Criticism itself may bo subdivided 
and classified, Th«ru is the T^ower, which deals with wonis and sentences, and employs 
grammar and dictiunai*y to find out their sonae and force. There ia the Higher, which seeks 
to get behind the text, and to track the wellnigh hidden streams of origin, using for the 
purpose litentry culture, ct>iniHirison, conjecture and speculation — sometimes, indeed, to great 
good purjiose, by laying down tnicks along which to look for trusty **i[tendation : at others, 
quite needlessly disturbing the common faith, by c/jnfounding editorship (which itll books 
need) with authorship, and, worse still, by imagining tiacient iuvuutivo liberties fiiUing little 
short of forgery, without any necessity ap}>rcciuble by common minds. And, finally, there is the 
Highest critieisiu, which springs from sympathy, insight, and experience in divine things; 
from claiming which modest mou instinctively ehrink ; but which is a reality nevertheless, 
and is cKimetimes richly possessed by humble wuls who, though unversed in literor}* problems, 
know when brood conclusions wound their religious instincts, and whose unsophisticated judgment 
deserves respectful consideration twfore any general critical conclusions can be pronounoeil 
wholly satiefuctonr'. It is devoutly to be wished that criticism may yet prove itself a greater 
aifl to faith than it has done in the recent past. It» services hithert«> must not bo forgotten ; 
nnd candour should W brought to its appreciation. The present Translator has striven to 
reach abeulute freedom from pix'judice : and feels const mint -41 to record the seemingly 
paradoxical testimony — that the bo-cuIKkI higher critics Imve won the position of worthily 
oLiiupying the ver}' front rank of workers in the field of the lower rritici.-*m. where all Learners 
must begin ; and that among Hebi'ew LexiiMins, none approaches-- for thoroughness, accuracy, 
ttod resolute sobriety the splendid monuuieut'uf Kuglish, American, and Contioontal learning, 
now nearly complete, enmnuting from the Oxford Press. 

The 6acre<l joy experienced during the twelve yeais of hai-d work bestowed upon the produc- 
tion of The Eufuasised Biblb might excuse the vain desire that another life could l>e vouch- 
safed in which to reap the fnut of antewdent toil ; but all this is soberoil and Hubdued by the 
reflection that the fire itself, human and divine, luuat prore tfery man a u:ork, of what sort it m. 
It remains only to render hearty thanks to the Scholars whose labours have made thi» 
work possible ; to the Reviewers whose encouragement luw lightened a protracted tliough 
pleAsaut tusk; to the FVintere and Coi-rectors of the Pre»« whose enteri>ri8e and patience have 
done much tn make this Bible ii pleasure to look on and au instrument to handle with facility; 
but first and last — especially in view of preserved life and eyesight and mental freslinesH - 
to Him from whom aU blessings flow. 




Chapter I.— The Special Kiutubes 

OK THI8 Translation 1 

Chapter II.— Coxcebsisi; Kmphamib 


Holy Sckiptireh 8 

Ch.\pte« III.— The Orioisal Tkxth . 17 

Chapter IV.— The I.\*commi:xicablb 

Name . . " . 22 

Table I.— Tban«litkbation op 
Hkbbew Charactkr» 

into Enolish . 29 

Table II.— Abbbeviationh in the 
Notes to "The Ehpha- 

HiBED Old Tkhtambnt" 30 

Table III.— Sign'h ok Empua.sis . 32 

(iENESIS 33 






Spei'ial Note : The Dehtrcction op 

the Canaasite Nations . . . 259 

JUDGES 2fil 





I. KINGS 349 

II. KIN(;S 381 




EZRA 469 



JOB 500 


Special Note on the Pmalus . 606 







EZEKIEL . ■ 785 


H03EA 860 

JOEL 869 

AMOS 873 


JONAH 882 

MICAH 884 

NAHUM 890 





MALACHl 912 

Special Note on the Afocbtpua . 916 

Appendix 917 







That this purporta to be an " ErophiuiiHed " Bible ia uHtunilly the first thing to be 
uoliced. But a« it seems desirable tii devuta an entire chapter to the atihject of 
Kmpliasis, further diBcuwiou of this prominent chornoteristic majr be conveuiently 
deferred until it falls to be coasidered in due course. In the ineantiitie thera 

re (ither features which have grown up around this, which it will be of advantage to 

Bt forth in order. 

1. Tlia six« of the page. It is with design that this baa been made large ; mainly 
fur the purpose of bringing into one view connected portions, the constituent pArts of 
which ctiu be no much more easily gra:itped and remembered when readily seen in 
their relation to eueU uther and to the whule, than when extended over several bmaller 
pages. The familiar Kfteenth chapter of the (M>»t>el by Luke adfurdtt an excolleut 
example; the whule chapter being here brought within two columns, in which its 
hiatohcal introduction and the three parables of which it is c>»inpo4ed are at ouve 
taken iu by the eye. 

2. The TarTUig indentations of the lines. These liave been employed to 
serve several imjHirtaiit piir[Mwe». 

a. They mark the transit t-cm/r&m ^^amUive to Sj>efc/i, The first chapter of Genesis 
comes out into beautiful relief by this means. After a few introductory 
words, the arrangement of the lines seems like a oommentary on the text 
" He spake, and it was done.'' '* He sptake " — and the words of the speech are 
distinguished by being set in ; " and it waa done " — the record of the fact 
is given as narrative, shown by the nearer approach of the lines to the 
left-hand margin. The efl'ect is solemnly dramatic. Sometimes the deeper 
<jiiestions of criticism arc thus brought to the surface, and the humblest 
reader is moved to consider whether, for example, the Speeches of Moses 
recorded in the Book of Deutenummy were afterwards edited. It is tolerably 
plain they were ; and the peix'eption of the fact would appear to favour 


the genuineness of the Speeches themselves by the formal removal of objec- 
tions. Sometimes, a^ain, a subtle question of exegesis is brought very near 
to a solution by the mere process of rightly indenting the lines. For instance : 
Does the eighteenth verse of the second chapter of Galatians present a 
conclusion to which the Apostle Paul had for himself arrived ^ — or is he still 
addressing his erring brother Peter, and delicately suggesting that Peter was 
now, at Antioch, " building up " an invidious distincfcion which, at Ceesarea, 
he had " destroyed " Y The cited-speech indentation appears to be correctly 
continued there ; and the aptness of the words to describe Peter's incon- 
sistency, coupled with the independent fact that there is nothing to show 
that his faithful brother had yet done addressing him, goes far to settle the 
true explanation. 

L The indentations indicate the existence of Speech within Speech. Thus : Moses 
in the land of Moab, in relating the desert experiences through which the 
Sons of Israel, with himself, had newly come, cites previous speeches made at 
the respective times to which he refers — what the people had said to him 
and how he had answered the people. And it is an undoubted gain to be 
vividly confronted with the inquiry, Would any historical romancist have 
dared not only to put invented speeches into the mouth of Moses, but 
similar speeches into the mouth of God 1 " Speech within speech " is to be 
found in many places, and is sometimes discovered to be invested with great 
interest : as when Solomon, in his Dedicatory Prayer,* cites Bivine promises 
previously made to his father David ; or as when the Ap(»tle Paul, in 
addressing King Agrippa, quotes the very words in which the Risen Jesus 
had addressed him.** 

c. The indentatiuni call attention to the existence of Poetv: Parallelism. This 
special kind of parallelism is, of course, not to be confounded with parallel 
texts or parallel narratives, important though these both are in their own 
way. Poetic Parallelism is that beautiful, measured reduplication of thought, 
whereby the same sentiment or fact or promise is doubly expressed, the 
second time with a difference, still within the general scope of the first ; the 
variation serving not only to cluster together beauties of speech, such as 
synonyms, contrasts, subservient natural images, and so forth, i)iit to fix 
the general scope and outlook of the couplet or stansa, the one line hinting 
the limit to which the other may be assumed to submit, or defining the 
subject to which it also relates. From this point of view Parallelism steps'in 
as a most graceful aud useful handmaid to Exposition. But the charm of it, 
is what first is felt. " So Grod created man in his image " : that sounds like 
prose, however weighty. But when Parallelism breaks in with its balanced 
couplet — 

In the imag« of God created he him, 
Mftle and female created he them,—*' 

then we know we are in the presence of Poesy — a most fitting place, surely, 

for her first appearance ! 

There the lawleae cease from raging, 
And there the tinlwom are at reitt,<* 

is so plaintive as to be like a mother's lullaby over her sick child. 
■ 1 K. viii. ; 2 Ch. vi. " Acts xxvi. 14-18. * G«n. i. 27. * Job iii. 17. 

Another strain is touched when we read — 

For a child hftth been born u> ust 
A aon bacti l>een i[iveu to ub,— * 

in which it nmy be noted tliat thi$ and not the rurrmt rhythm ia 

unHoubtedly the true one : since this it is which, clo»ely following the 

Hebrew, throws the cmphnais in the right plooe — on *' cliild ' and "flon.'' 

/"Act-c lies our hope — in Him ! These samples will suffice to point to the 

thoiisands of instances of Parallelism which, in this tmnslation, lie before the 

reader. The present is not the place for discussing the many varieties of 

Paralleliam to be found in the Bible. The subject is necessarily familiar in 

all trefiti«e« on Hebrew poetry. Better, however, than the pemsal of any 

printed treatise will be the coIUtiug and ctassifying of instances by each 

student for hiuisolf. He ciiu label hJa sampletiat pleasure, as "synonymous," 

"antithetic," "recurrent," "progressive," and so forth, provided he correctly 

desuritie them. It is uncertain whether due attention ha» generally been 

given to what may be described as semi-parallelism, not infrequently to be 

found in Isaiah. Its presence is intimated in this Bible, either by a couple 

of responding extra capitala, as in the following : — 

I am Mted With Mveudiog-oScnngH uf nmw. 
And the fat of fed beutA.*' 

So have I swam- Not to be vexed irith thee, 
Nor tn nbuko thee;' 

or, when space has required it, by an extra line bestowed upon it, sooner than 
do it an injustice. Thus — 

And tbey slmll call tbet*— 
Tho city uf Yahwph, 
The Zion (if tbe Holjr One of Itnd.* 

There is one especial form of ramlleliam to which much interest attaches, 
if not by reason of any novelty iu ihe attention given to it, yet at least by 
virtue of its inherently striking character and the help it occasionally 
renders to right reading and interpretation. Dr. R. MoiiUon" terms it the 
£ntiUof>r arrangemeut of lines. Its simplest form is where the first line is 
responded to by the fourth, and the second is answered by the third. A 
single example will show what is meant : — 

I^t uiH Mje thy form, 

1^ m« Itear thy voice, — 

for thy Toiou m sweet. 
And thy form comely.' 

Its bearing uj>on the correct reading of the original is seen in l&i. ix. 3 ; the 
much-needed emendation of which is reached by Dr. Ginsburg through a 
wholly independent process, dealing with qucsiiouH of abbreviiLtion aud letter 
grouping. The result of his critical revision of tho Hebrew text is atrongly 
confirmed by the fact that thereby is produced this very special and beautiful 
form of parallelism : — 

Thou hwit incTfAHcd the cxuItAtion. 
Thou hA8t madi! greKt the )oy,— 
They jtiy Ijefure thee according w the joy of harvest. 

Am man exult when they distribubt spoil." 

I ^. It. IV ^ laa. i. 11. « Ua. liv. 8. * Isa. Ix. H. • In "Tlie IJRile wi Uteratum" 

' as. ii. 14. 

' I«a. ix. 3. 



How it touches oxegesis may be discovered by tumiiig to Mat. vii. 6 ; in 
explaiuing which we need no louger fear it aa an undue liberty, to attribute 
to the "dogs" the "turning" mid "tearing," and to the "swine" the 
'* trouipliug underfoot." " 

d. The indentatiunK of the lines fiirther present the reaulta of Logical Anaiyns. 
This is the case where, without any suspicion of poetry, the thought-relation 
of the clauses ih mora readily seen by means of the exact place assigned to the 
line-comnieuceinents ; whether, for example, a second line is to be regarded 
as co-ordinate with the first^that Ik, of an t^uaUy leading character ; or aa 
subordiuate, suliservient, helping. An extremely simple instance may he 
found in the settuig forth of Martha's reply to our Lord, who has just said, 
" Believest thou this?" 

She etmith uut4> him — 

Yea, Lard ! I Imve believed, 

Tb»t thou art thy Chriat, the Son of Uod,— 
He who into the world ahuuld come. 

Here, the first line of course is narrative. In bht' secoud, Martha confesses 
that she tiau faith, but the lino stops short of saying what it is she . 
believes ; Uuit beitig reserved for a new and further-itidented line, so indented I 
partly because thereby greater distinctne»s is given to the propoeitiuu 
which first defines her faith, and partly also because her answer appears 
to be, if not evasive, yet a little indirect. She, at any rat«, doea not say 
quitu simply, "Yea Lord! 1 believe this!" For some reason, she prefers 
to formulitto her own faith. Why she did this may l>e worth inquiry. 
Was it that she felt the answer she gave fully endorsed the statements 
Jesus had just made : " Believing thee tu be who and what thou art, 1 at 
once contide in the ti-uth of whatsoever thou art pleased to tell me?" Or 
was it [>crhnps I'ather that she was diflident of herself, and hesitated to ■ 
say whether she believed a revelation so lofty and of such a sweeping 
amplitude as that just disclosed ; and therefore in her grief and jwrplexity 
prefeiTcd to fall back upon a more eleuiuntary truth, to which she felt she 
had already attained, and upon which she could still rely 1 The indentation 
of that Hue cnnduets the reader to this profoundly interesting psychologicid 
inquiry. Then the further pushing iu uf the last line is merely to point 
out— what is seen after a moment's reflection to be true^-that this final 
line is subordinate to the one that precedes it, being of an explanatory 
character, as showing who and what tlie ('hrist, the Son of Uod, umat be, 
and as indicating Martha's persuasion that iu the sympitlietic Teacher 
standing before her she saw Him whom the prophetic Scriptures had 
foretold and for whom the ages had waited. Now if all this food for thought 
is preaented, iu what may be termed a digestible form, by means of four 
linea of varying indentation, surely the average thoughtful reader can take 
the hint, and not deem " Logical Analysis " beyond him, but do a Httlc of 
it for himself, just when he is analytically inclined ; and, for the re^it, 
can come to u working confidence in the Translator for haviug presented 

> To the«e ivftsrapccs tnay be mlHtK) Job xxvii. 
16, 17 ; J*ir. ix. 4; x. 11 ; luid (:«iMK:iaUy In. vi. 
10, with Mji^ xiiL 15, wIiitc the rhetoricnl 

inovftiient i» " heart — oara — oyeB : eym— e 

Scripture thoughts (which had Co he proseuted sKmehow) aftor what appeai*ed 
tohim the most Hpt and helpful Airaugement; alxjiit which no onciscouiwcllod 
to trouble himself prematurely or ovennuoh. This, bowever. is coitoin — 
naiudj. that a little iwraeverauce will soou render it easy tothe reader of this 
Bible to pay a protiUhlc ro^^'ard to the parentbcae« and dlgrcstiioDS which so 
tttnkiiigly ohontctcrise the writinu;a of the Apostle Paul. To a principal 
Btatemeut, he sut>ordiuateij iwotbcr ; then, to that, another ; and bo on to 
8uch a degree that, although for a time we can comfortably indent more 
and more, yet at length the device of indentation comes iwrilously near 
breaking down; and to avoid being driven quite up to the right-luind 
margin, and so having no column at all left, we are constrained to UBe substi- 
tutionary initial capitals (as in Kphenians i. and Colussians i.) to indicate where 
further- indented new lines would begin if only there were room. Rxtreme 
iodentatioHj as tlie initiated know well, is literally, in printing, an expensive 
luxury ; but the student rcajm the beue6t, and his sense of triumph becomes 
a keen enjoyment an be watches the return of the greut Kvangeliual Thinker 
to the point from which — a good white ago — he started. He oonfexses that 
his Guide has wandered ; but ho boasts that his Master never comes 
hack empty. Wltat, for example, though the ontii-o Third of Ephesians 
is a parenthesis 1 The world would have been poorer without it Further- 
more, when industrious readers wake up to the gains which Logical 
Analysis promises to brinj.' home, they may find thomselvca marking with 
the gTpjitest interest the unexpected appearance of a similar Logical Idiuni 
in the Book of Ezckiel to that which is found in the Book of Duuiel — 
pursued to such a remarkable extent, in these two Books alone, as to give 
colour to the assumption tluit, after all, in spite of the contrary asaortions of 
mrtiiin critic-s, the prophets Kzekiel and Daniel were very nearly contempo- 
raries, just 08 the sacred history would naturally lead us to sQppose they 

e. The arrangement of the lines is occ<i»iunally used to set forth, in a becoming 
style, Divine ProeiamntioiiM and certain obvious approximations to Divine 
Siffttalitre. For example : to centralise the words 
ThuB saith Yfchweh— 

is simply to invoke the assistance of the eye to give to that formula the 
dominating force over the announcement which follows which by the 
intention of the prophet it should uaturally have. And so again there are 
oases in the Pentateuch and in the Prophets in which the oft-recurring 
formula, "As Yahweb commanded Moses,"* or " Declareth Vahweh,"^ can 
be more l>eeomingly appended, and with better effect, as a lioe by iteelf 
drawn towards the right hand, after the manner of a signature, than in 
any other way. 

3- Vftrietl©* of tjrp9. — These have been but sparingly resorted to, partly on the 
' of economy, hut chietly because continual changes of t^'pe soon become annoying 
And oven dietrcAsiug to the eye. For these rea^fHia Emphasis, in particular, has not 
been thus indicated. At the same time the discreet employment of other than the 
ordmary type has been made to answer a few very serviceable ends. ^ 

• Kno. xl. 

** J«r., Exe., H«g. ti., Zeoh. it, viii., x.. Mid often. 

a. Refraim in the Old TcstAtnont Imve beon distinguished by ilalie ty 

These naturally alxtimd in the Psalma;" and thorn are few readerH who will 
not be pleased to find them so mado prominent throughout that favourite 
Uook. The presence of "refrains" in the early chapters of Isaiah will 
surprise some readen ; while the cxistenue of them in the prophecies of 
Jeremiah will iiHt4)nisb still uiort>, especially if we are allowed to classify 
under the heAcliug of " refrains " the recurrence of a biting phrase, ma*for 
mittsaviv ("terror rotmd about")) which (after being found in chap. ti. 25, 
biu-led l»y Jeremiah ujpitust his priestly persecutor Pushhur [xx. 3]), then 
seems to have been mockingly fluug Imck on himself by a tell-tale populace 
(ver. 10) ; afterwards to be solemnly directed by Yahweh against Kgypt 
(chap. xlvi. 5) and against Kedar (chap. ilix. 29) ; strikingly enough to 
reappear, finally, io the plaintive dirge of the same weeping pruphet 
(Loui. ii. '2'2)y thereby, at last, well-nigh proving its claim to a place umoug 
actual refmins. Of course the most beautiful refniiu in the Book of 
Jeremiah is the melodious couplet — 

Thr iy>w ofjitif^ and thf ito<v of ftttnlttftM, 

The voift of thf ftruUijiXfota, and the voice of the hrt'de, — 

which occurs in chaps, vii. 34 ; ivi. 9; «v. 10; and xxxiii. 11 — three times 
AS & Umont, as of something that was to cease ; but, on the fourth and last 
occasion, reapjiearing as a lovely flower in a gay garland of joyful prophetic 
news. Xot for ever, to Israel, ia that fourfold voice to be hushed ! If, 

however, we can tolerate the extension of the word " refrain " to the most 
inspiring recurrence of consolatory truths apart from auy further thought 
of poetic composition, then we may surely distinguish by that name the ]>romisc of the Old Testament, which iueet« us in the form of an 
announcement by the Most High of his own character. Takiug its rise 
in the Ten CommandmentM,'* it expands in volume on that later, momentoiui, 
re-iiiatating occasion, when Yahweh caused "all his goodness to pwss before " 
Moses, and when in answer to prayer He graciously restored Israel to 
cOTcuant favour.'^ Further references will bo found under the last-named 
passage ; and whoever will take the trouble to look through those texts, 
and will thoughtfully note how this manifestation of "all the Divine good- 
oess" forms the sheet-auchor of hope for after times, will probably* admit 
the fitness of terming it, by way of eminence, Tas Rbfkain of thb Old 

b. Some peculiarities in the use of Divine Kame$ are thereby (viz., by varieties of 

type) indicated. Concerning the especial proper name of (Jod (Yahweh) 
the reader will naturally consult Chapter IV. of this Introduction. But the 
present is the fitting place for naming some further information which has been 
conveyed througliout the Okl Testament part uf this Bible by typogniphical 
means. It should be understiKxl, theii^ that when the famiUar word '*God" 
is found printed in ordinary type, then the Hebrew is Slohitu; when the same 
word is printed "fion"(one capiUil and two sinrtll cniMtals), then the Hebrew 
is "Kl" , and when " fl^ob ** is printed in ffi^l)) <&nglitf^ letter, then the 

* See, for examples, Pnnlnui cvii. aod cxxxri. 

' Exo. xxxiii. 17; xxxiv. G, 7. 

•* Exti. XX. tf ; cp. Deu. v. lu. 


Hebrew is Eloak (principally confined to the Book of Job). It is not, perhaps, 
to be asHumed that these diacrimiuationB are of supreme importauce ; never- 
theletts when connected with other thini^, they are certainly invested with 
oonsidorable interest. For the wonl EloiUin,^QM note on Gen. i. I. El will be 
readily remembered as entering iuto the compo»iti(>n of proper names, Huch aa 
''Beth-</,'* ** Immaiiu-«/," and many others. It may also be discovered — the 
evidence would seem to point that way — that in the use of the independent 
monosyllable El, just where the moral feelinf,r \& most intense, there Bl 
shows an aptitude to step in, in preference to Ehhim. The ordinary reader 
can DOW judge of this for himself. Without ima^nin^ anything less Micrcd 
in Eloah than in its longer or shorter companions, this at least is clear, that 
EUxth — as compared with the most sacred Name (the Tetragrammaton — see 
Chapter IV.)— is held to be go<id enough for the controversial spirit which 
undeniably pervades all the middle portion of the Book of Job. 

c Qtiotattom from the Old Testament in the New ore by the italics rendered 
conveniently conspicuous. Tliat it is of great uonvonience and of consider- 
able practical utility to be able to see at once what portions from the 
Jewiah Scriptures are quoted in the Christian, will not be denied by anyone 
who bus given a fair umount of attention to the matter; nor can it be 
questioned that the employment of italic letter for the purpose is far more 
effective than the afloption even of quotation marks would luivc been. 
Thereby, for example, the reader perceives without any appreciable trouble 
how largely the Book of the " Revelation " ia constructed out of Old 
Testament language and inntgery. Thereby also he sees instantly how even 
a single word out of a citation becomes the pivot on wluch an argument ia 
made to turn." 

4. Seotion-headiuga, Footnotes, Soferencea, and App«ndio«s. — These may 
be left to speak for thumselvos, when once two nr throe needful explanations have 
been offered. 

it. It was not at first intended to insert SefUou-heddinffs in the Prophetical Books, 
owing to the risk of needlessly determining or attempting to detemiine 
diflicult questions of interpretation ; but an experiment having been mode, 
the result seemed to promise so much convenience and assistance to average 
readers that the hazard and the additional labour were accepted. In most 
casas it will be found that, whore these headings appear most startling, they are 
expruasly warranted b^- the vei*)* tonus of the Sacred Text. 

6. The FiMttnoteg incUide hoth "alternative renderings" and "various readings," 
the diflerence Iwtwcen which, Inking partly technical, is worth a moment's 
attention. An "alternative rendering," then, comes of the process of 
tranahiting, and merely eiprcssej* the translator's feeling that some otlier 
English word than that adopted in the text might have given the sense of the 
original nearly or quite as well ; and that for the reader to know this 
may be of practical service. It is well for the reader to bo aware that oft- 
tiinea no one word wholly and absolutely and alone says precisely what ia 
oonveyed by the Hebrew or Greek. It is no question of variance between one 

"OaLiU. 16: Eph. tv. 9; Hob. iLU-14; iil ft. tt: tv. 7: viL34; vilL 13: x. 10. 30 f nt. 37 : xiii. 13-13. 


oopy of the orifriiiul und aiiotlier, but exclusively ootioenu the best wuy of 
represeutin^ what is admitted to be in the original. One readeniig cuuveys 
the fueaiiiiig more readily or more precisely tlian another, and to ring the 
uliangcB on fair altertmtives is uftou very helpful, supplying a breadth or au 
exactness which can bo had in no other way. SometJmea a rendering is too 
literul for the text, yet not too literal for the mai^in. Questions of deeoruni 
and euphctiiitim may be allowed Kume iuHueuce. Humurous traiuihitions 
may sometimeH do good Hervice in the margin which could never bo tolerated 
in the text. Moreover, a freer rendering may the sooner Iw allowed in the 
text, provided a more literal one be placed at the foot of the page. So much 
for "alternative renderings." "Variuim readingK " are a very difl'ereut 
matter. They have sole regard to variations which, in the course of trans- 
mission from an earlier a^, have crept into different copies of or witnesses 
to the original. Concerning these, more information will be found ii] 
Chapter III. of thifi Introduction. 

e. Hf/frenern^ as commonly miderstood, can readily be found elsewhere. Those 
here given have come into the Translator'^ hands mostly through special 
channels or am the result of personal study ; and in any case, it is believed, 
will be fo\md tnistworthy and nseful. 

*/. The Appemhcei present, in orderly culleeted form, matter which would have 
been suited for longer notes, but can be more conveniently studied aa 
actually given. These appended notes mostly touch upon subjeeta of the 
highest importance, and arc rcwpcctfully submitted in the hope that they will 
prove helpful to not a few readers of Thb Kmphamkeo Biblr. 



1. "Strike, but hear me ! " exclaimed au ancient onitor to an infuriated mob ; that 
is, "Strike, if you will ; but hear me firBt." in reading aloud this citation, some little 
stress is instinctively laid on the two words " strike " and "hear," thereby assisting the 
ear to catch the plauily intended contrast. A few ycjirs since, the same saying was 
modified in hcubc by a change of emjiiiasis. A trade strike was pending, when an 
illustrated paper, giving an imposing figure representing " Law," put beneath the figure 
the legend, " Strike, but hear me I " in this way not only investing the word " strike " 
with a modem significance, but suggesting, by the emphasis laid on the word " me,"' a 
timolj' contrast—as much us to say, " You have listened to other advisers : before j-ou 
act on their counsel, hearken to nte — consider whether yom* contomplatod strike would 
bo legal" This new jKiiiit put int<» the old words would perhaps scarcely have been 
oaught, even with the help of the symbolic figure of the cartoon, but for the outward 
and visible sign of emphasis attached to the closing word "m«." 

3. It is freoly granted that context and circumstance, when known and considered, 
nro in many cases alone sufficient to guide to correct emphasis, whether it be in ordinary 

Utemturc or in the Bible. For example, the bold contniBt made by Christ, in the Sermon 
on the Mount, between other tcachcnt aud himself would niiturally prompt any reader 
of taste to ky i$tre«8 on the pronoun *' I " in the recurring formula — 

Y« bftve liftnrd thmt it hath been said . . , but I nay unto you.* 

3, Context and cirouniKtunce, however, arc not always eufficieut, because not always 
clear. We have therefore to be thankful that our Public Veniioua of the Bible furnish 
further foiidance in thu matter of emphHsiH by ineaiiH of Idiom. The wortli* are 
frei^iiently so arran^od as by their \ery order to indicate where the atreaa ehoutd be 
placed. Thua, in the history of Jo«tcph, where "the butler." in confessing his fault in 
forgetting Joseph, narrates the diverse fate of '* the baker " and himaolf, he says — 

And it cams to paaii, m be intcrpretod to u*. ik> It wm: me he restored unto mtn* office, 
atirl liim he haoffed.'' 

In this sentence it is at once felt that the pronouns "me" and "him" are aa 
certainly emphasised by their mere position as if they had been printed in capitals. 
So, again, where the Apostle Paul, after thanking Clod that he spiike with tunguea 
uaore than any of the Corinthian Christians, proceeds to say — 

Tet in the churcL I had rftcher epeak five words with my anderetandiDf;. thatbjmy vdoe I might 
tcooh others atuo, th^n teu thounaod words io an unknown tongite,' 

it is easily seen from the context that the clause " in the church " governs the whole 
sentence, and should receive the leading stress. Nor is it by order of words alone 
that an emphatic idiom is constituted. Certain forms of eiroumlooution serve the 
same purpose : 

But u for me, I ahall behold thy face in nght«oiun««,'' 

is an altogether effective means of reproducing the force of the emphatic pronoun 
which opens the vcnjt* in the Hebrew. Or a simple repetition secures the result — 

Thu living, the living, he shftll praiae thee, u I do thw day." 

Or * qualifying word of a manifestly emphasising force is employed, like "surely " in 

the following : — 

In tho day that then eateit thereof, thou sh*lt surely din ; ' 

or " certainly " in this place — 

Coakl wo certainly know that he would nay. Bring your brother down ! * 

or " diligently " in this — 

If thou ihalt hearken dUigently unto the voice of the l^tan thy God.^ 

I. Yet. varied as is the Kmphalic Idiom of our Public Versions and numerous as are 
the ifxamples which meet us in which tiiat indication of stress has Ixjen turned to most 
admirable account, the pity is that it has not been resorted to ten times more frequently 
tliau is the case. For, be it observed, the Emphatic Idiom of the English is but a faint 
and fitfiU reflei of the Kniphalic Idiom of the Hebrew and Greek.' This fact is well- 
known to schoUra, though scarcely dreamt of by the general Bible-reading public. A fact 

• Mat. T, S2, M, 32, U, Sit, -M. 

• G^n. «ii. 13. 

• 1 Cor. xiT. 19. 
- Ps. xrii. l\ 

• taa. xxaviii. 11). 

' lien. ii. 17. 
■Gen. xliii, 7. 

'' Den. xxviii, i. ^^ 

■ For an rxample of tntal ifl^MMt in A.V., 
•lid timid change in R.V., tw Deit. ri. 13. 


however it ia, aud one which cau be aubBtantiated just as concluaively as any law which 
governs language. The great point at present is that all this aooeesion of force and 
guide to the sense is, in the Sacred Originals, secured simply by Idiom — order of words, 
fulness of expression, repetitions and the like — and is therefore both pervading and 
authoritative. It is " pervading" : not, of course, as though all Scripture needed to be 
formally emphasised to the same degree — to imagine such a thing would be absurd ; 
some styles of Sacred composition, instead of bristling with points, calmly flow on, 
keeping the even tenor of their way — but " pervading " in the satisfactory sense of being 
ever available when required. Whenever a poiDt has to be made, a quiet contrast to be 
rather hinted at than expressed, a sharp and sudden home-thrust to be delivered, Idiom 
is at hand to accomplish it. From which, when the numberless living interrats en- 
shrined in the Bible are considered, it will be expected to follow — and follow it does — 
that a very large amount of indicated stress und€t'lies almost every page of the Sacred 
Volume. And — does it need to be repeated 1 — Emphasis so conveyed is surely 
" authoritative " : which is not the same thing as saying there is no room for 
misapprehension in this place or in that ; nor is it the same as affirming that all scholara 
are absolutely agreed about every little point. But the emphasis is *' authoritative," 
inasmuch as it is in the original — is a part of the original— is of the very spirit and 
essence of the original. And being in this way " authoritative," it is in all its main 
indications worthy of unspeakably more diligent heed in exposition than the most 
brilliant fancies of men who dream they may make what they please of Holy Writ. 
Sober students are bound by the laws of Grammar : they are equally bound by the laws 
of Emphasis. 

5. It is one of the leading aims of The Eupuasisbd Bible to do justice to the 
Emphatic Idioms of the original tongues, and thereby place all earnest Bible readers, 
for practical purposes, on the same footing as that occupied by such as are familiar 
with Hebrew and Greek. 

6. Mainly by Idiom has this been attempted. So that if all the artificial signs of 
Emphasis used in this Bible were swept away, an amount of Emphatic Idiom would 
remain far surpassing that to be found in any other version known to the Translator. 
Although emphatic inversion, for instance, is not in&equently discovered in our Public 
Versions : yet far more frequently and — if the expression may be pardoned — far more 
consistently does it appear in this translation. Take two examples out of thousands : 

A. V. Wilt thoa break » leaf driven to and fro ? 
And wilt thou pursue the dry stubble? 

£m. B. A driven leaf wilt thou cause to tremble? 
Or dry stubble wilt thou pursue ?• 

The latter rendering reproduces the idiom of the Hebrew, and therewith also most 
naturally shows where the primary stress should be laid. 

A.V. And when he putteth forth his own sheep, he goeth before them. 

Em. B. As soon as all his own be putteth forth 
Before them he moveth on.** 

The Idiom, the Emphasis, is in the Greek. It would be endless to cite examples 
of all the various forms which the Original Idiom takes for the sake of conveying 

• Job xiii. 25. ^ Jn. x. 4. 



emphiuia. Suffioc it tc> Kay : that in this Bible those fontui \u%ve been siutrcdly 
reproduced whenever poaaible — ao long, timt i&, an thu Knglish remained easily 
iDtelUgible and whs not too couutrauied. 

7. But Idiom alouc would h»vo been utterly infulcf)uate to tlie attainment of the 
object in view. In many instances the endeavour to preserve in Kn^flish the onk>r of 
the wordft in the ariginiil would have rcsultud in obscurity; or, worse still, would have 
conveyed the very opposite of the meaning intended. lu the following passajje from 
the Book of Lamentations, it could have been wished that, for the sake of preiicrving 
the exact rhythm of the Hebrew, it had been perspiouons Kuglish to say — 

For this OBUM bath niclteoed our heart, 
For cheoe things have (larkeoed our eyes:* 

tnOMliuoh as there is tuime little weight naturally resting on the paired wordu (ending 
words in the Hebrew) " heart " and *' eyes " which, if that position could have been 
preaer\ed in English, would iwve aeoured a tine cadence and a satisfying ending to 
each line of the couplet. Bat the coustruction would iu two or three ways have been 
anibiguouK — in fact a wrong meaning to Home of the t«iinH would have boon favoured. 
Therefore, inaBmuch an a clear conveyance of the senac i» rightly tlie first rcf^uirenicnt, 
the Hebrew arrangement cnn only in part be followed, and wc have to be content with 
some such appro.^imation as this — 

For thit cause hftUi our heart' aiclccnMl, 
For tbeae tbingn hsvo oar ojett' dkrlceuud. 

An acute accent on "heart"' and "eyes'" may be allowed as a slight compensation for 
Ions of position ; and, to anticipate for a moment, if our angular sign be then attached to 
the two opening phrases (*' For this cause " and " For these things "), those words will be 
instinctively caught ns advorbifti clauses, strongly empbuaiscd by their commtinding 
position, and ao gathering up into themselves the whole stream of the prophet's 
forgoing lament — - 

<For thU CAXIBM» liftth uur hMirt' sickened, 

<Vw tliese UuBgB> have our oy«8' darkanod. 

This illustration may stand for thousands, and evince beyond a doubt the impossibility 
of meH-*hauically gixing idiom for idiom in translation : hopeless obscurity would 
frequently be the inevitable restilt. And as a sutiicient proof that in some cases idiom 
for idiom would cause the translation to express the very opposite meaning to its 
original, it is enough to cite one instance. 

Elijah calletb this nuui'* 

U the order of the words in the Greek ; yet " this num " is the nominative (that ia, the 
caller) and "Elijah" the objective (that iei, the person [supposed to be] called upon), 
and the true rendering is — 

Thi» man calleth Elijah: 

though rightfully a decided stress should be laid, where indicated, on "Kujah." 

8. That, notwithstanding this risk of ovurdoiug, a very free use of Emphatic Tdiom 
has been made in this Bible will soon appear upon examination. Few sympathetic 
reodem will complain of this. Such readers will perceive and bear in mind that 
inversions in the language of Thb Euthasised Bidle are always intentional — always 

• Ijam, y. J 7. 

" Mat rxvii. 47. 





aooording to the original — always expressive. They will go on to obeerve that on 
invoraiou which at tinst seeinetl harsh, especially if incaiitiouBly road, soon conimends 
it«t']f when tftstcfiilly utterctl. Kiimlly, the Tmnslalor's pnrpoHO will lie remembered. 
It is due to himself to cuufeHtt timt lie ha» deotned himself privileged, and therefore 
has carried the process of imitating the inversions of Uie originals to a degree scarcely 
tulornbic in any ver«ion designed for piil>lic use. It is quite tnie tliat the larger 
number of the inversions here ventured would, as he conceives, adorn iiny tmnslation, 
and because of their apt reflection of the Hebrew or Ur<;ek he honestly thinks they 
possess strong claims on general adoption; but not all of them. Speaking approxi- 
mately, iwssibly in one case out of ten the Editor of The Empuasisbi* Bihi-k would have 
himself shrunk back from what be has autuilly diu'ed, if he bad been so prcsuitkptuuus 
as to think of producing a competitive translation. His aim throughout has been to 
form a Companion Version : and be respectfully asks the inoasure of indulgence which 
that intention makes reasonable. 

9. One thinjj; at least is clear — uatuely, that Kuglisb Idiom alone could never 
have expressed all the Emphasis enshrined in the originals. It follows that either 
numerous tokens of stress contained in the sacred tongues muse have boen lost, ur else 
artificial means were necessary to give them effeot. As for the best method of doing 
ihis, there is, of course, no accounting for individual jjreferences ; and, given the 
uecesaity, some would have chosen vanettes of type, not sufficiently considering, 
perhaps, how soon these annoy the eye when multiplied. Others, again, would have 
preferred the underscoring which was used iu the first and second editions of the 
Translator's New Testautcnt, unaware, probably, that the costliness of that method 
seemed prohibitive when thought of for the entire Bible. In favoui- of the plan now 
adopted, s\itticc it to claim economy, elasticity, and etfertiveness. The signs here 
employed practically cost nothing, since the compositor can pick up a sign of einphasis 
as easily as he can pick up a comma. The elasticity springs from the combination 
of diverse signs : for example, an interposed accent can appear in the midst of an 
already emphasised clause. jVnii the effectiveness is quite as great as was desired, seeing 
that delicMcy of touch wtw also wished, and even a fitnt^ss to be temporarily disregarded 
~a quality commended to all who find the marks in the least perplexing. Such 
persons as would have l)eeii better pleased with some heavier and more obtrusive style 
of emphasising will kindly bethink them, that stress is mostly quite etTective if laid on 
one syllable of a word, one word in a clause, and so forth ; and that all the guidance 
the eye re<iuires is to be enabled to take iu at a glance the beginning and ending 
of the wurd, the phrase, the clause within which the enhanced stress is to take 

10. One explanation further, and nothing will lie needed for completing this chapter, 
beyond a few annotated examples and the syno])sis at the end, which will be con- 
venient for rcfei'cnce both to the scholar and to the learner. The explanation in this : 
Idiom alone, it may be thought, might have been trusted to convey a portion of the 
emphasis indicated in the original, and artificial signs might have been restricted to 
the conveyance of the rest ; instead of which (it may be objected), in this Bible, the 
artiticiftl signs, in [H)int uf fact, mostly accompany the idiom when pretent, as well as 
sen-c as a tubstitute for it mften ab»ent. In fact, however, it was difficult to draw the 
line, especially m^ in many cases, the signs of emphasis served as a species of magnified 
piuutuation, for irliich reason it seemed V)etter to go thnnigh with them Besides 



which, is it not sometimes wolooaio to hurried eyeu to fauvo pointed out to them what 

might hxvc tteeu discovered by unaided vituou t 

1 1- Now for a few Annotatbo Examples, before uubmitting which the hint is f^ven 

that a glance at the Table of Signa placed at the end of this tntroduottoo will here be 

found uonvuiiient. 

Dotb ii thia ; cau»e | you | Ut Htuaililis ? ■ 

Tile A. v. rendering of this paKsogc leaves much to he desired : partly bocauHe of the 

wrong impression which the word "oflend" conveys, a« though Johus feared He had 

hurt Hi8 disciples' feelings to the degree of provoking their reaentinent; and partly 

because it leaves the point of the question uncertain. The 11. V. obviates the wrong 

imprcBaion, by substituting ** cause to stumble" for *'ofl'end," but it fails to bring out 

the fine point seen by laying a little stress on "you." "Doth tuis cause you to 

Ktumble " — yoii, My diseiplen^ who might haft known ftftt^r ? It is n clear caae; 

for the Greek sets the noun governed before the verb that governs it (cp. poit. 

Synopsis, A, h). 

Atul ht> uid. 

IVnownot. < th6 k«-'c*p«i- of my brotker> an lIi;?'' 

How the point of Cain's defcncu of his professed iguoraucc leaps to his lips I The 
arraugcmeut, "Am 1 my brother's keeper f" is tumencss itself in comparison. 

< Wlut i« right, what is rifcht > iihalt thuu parmie.*^ 

In this place both A.V. and R.V. preserve the inversion which opens the verae, and for 
that wc are thankfid : " That which is altogether just shalt thou follow." But why 
not tuive given it with the greater simplicity and vivacity uf the original ! — 
zedhrk :/MfJt tirdfij" — it la all there. And why not have given the full force of the 
verb ** pursue" — "pursue" with determination, and not merely *' follow" with half- 
heartedness or from u dull sense of duty ? 

Thtm thtm itcartMt me with ftreAniM, 
AntI <byvt«ioTn> dost tmrify me : 
So th»t my aoul chooMth Atmnfrlin^, 
I Deitth I nthor than Che»i< my boDea.'^ 

Note here how parallelism and emphasis enhance the effect of each other. There 
being two sytiouymous couplets, constituting a duplicate expression for each thought 
(viz., first the Divine visitation, then the e^'ect on the sufferer), emphasis steps in at 
the HCd^nd line of each couplet, and strongly accentuates the closing word of the 
prvcoding lino: *• dreams- vinVHw"; "strangling- */f a/A." Note also hnw well the 
sharp L'xprcMtituu which the word "death" draws to itself, pre (tares the way for the 
Uugcring and piteous lament over *' these my bones." 

< Riffhtvousneiu > I put on. and it cintbed me, 
<Likc arobe and a turbM]> wm my Ijoittiooli 

< Eyes > beciime I fcu I the blind , 
And < foet to the l«mc> wm ilt|." 

It would be difficult to name a passage more studded with the beauties of combined 
puralleliBin and emphasis than tliis. Otwervc that, here again, there are two couplets ; 
then, that su emphatic inversiun leads off in the first line of the fii'st couplet^ — an accu- 
aative before its verb (Synopsis, A^ 6); next, that the thought of *' clothing" oneself, 
given in the first line, is emphatically and rhetorically amplified iu the second line, 

• Jn. vi. ttU * Uen. iv. y. « Deu. xvi. W. -^ .lob vii. U, 15. 

• Jo^xxix. 14, 15. 





"robe" and "turban" forming not merely clothing, but an adornment tit for any 
assembly ; further, that the term "righteousneHs" at the beginning of the fir»t line i» 
answered by its synonym "ju8tic«" at the end of the Bccond — a not infrequent 
device in Hebrew poetry, and that a& the two Bubutantives reujwnd to each other and 
ending words alao have a natural advanlAge (cp- Synopsifl, A^f), a alight streeH ih 
niarke^l nn "justice." In line three, note how the won! " eyes " at the opening com 
into rhythmic relation with the term '* blind" at the close, the verb "to become 
being unemphatiaUly thrown in between them, with no strctis on the pronoun " I 
which IK merely implied in the verb ; and how finally, in the last line, "feet" anrf' 
"lame," instead of being (Mirted like "eyes" and "blind" in the third line, are swiftly 
and unexpectedly welded into a single emphatic phraoe at the head of the line, to be 
simply followed by the pronoun "1," which, though liaving primarily to serve, after 
Hebrew faifhion, for the verb "to be," yet, with its Inn^-drawn pausal vowel ('ti'nt), 
lingers on the ear with an unspeakable pathos (SynopeiK, By a, laHt 8ent«noe). 

S«c tinowil that ,'Ii. [|I: am he, 

And there arc no' ^ndM with me : 

llHi kill— and make nlive, 

I wound ^ and :!li' heal; 

And there i* ncne' who <From my hand> can dotivpr.* 

The inquisitive will not begrudge the trouble of exaiuining the context which leads up 
to this animated and impressive passage. It will be seen that, with keenest irony, 
idolatrous Israel haa just been adviaed to apply in her extremity to the false gods of 
which she has boasted. "See now"— if haply ye have at length diacovorcd how 
utterly vain is their help- "that /, /—emphatically repeated, as if to invite a penitent 
nation to fill iu the blanks fr<iin the stores of reviving memories — " I" — your^wn, your 
real, your living God; "I" — your long forgotten, but yet faithful, loving tiod, still 
waiting, even now after all this, to be gracious. "See now, that /. / am he ;" or, '"an^ 
the one, and the only one, that can help you." "And there are no' gods with me^ 
— strong negative of the substantive verb, hence accent on " no'." " / kill " — so]>amte 
nominative pronoun (Synopsis, B, a); hence strong emphasis on the pronoun. "And 
makealivo" — nominative pronoun not repeated, hence none needed in English: the 
contrast between "kill" and "make alive'' at this jxiint suffices. "I wound" — 
again no sepikratc iiomiimtive, and no empliasis on "I" this time permissible. But 
then finally, when bringing in the climax "/ beal»" there is a triumphant stress to be 
laid on the "I" (waWni 'eiyni'). — The TranHlator protests that, while he docs real 
honuLf^e to the elocutionary instinct which is eonmion to all itieu, nnd is well trained 
in moat educated men, he considers it verv* unlikoly that such instinct could ever, 
unaided, have divined the existence of such authoritatively indicated variations as 
these ; of which, indeed, familiarity with the original idiom can alone give trust- 
worthy information. 

He wa« deRptfUMl and for^^&ken of mpii, 
A man of mirn^WA, and a(M|UAiiit«d with K^ief, — 
\vi\ <Ukc une from whom man turn away the facfi> 
Ht! wax di>H|M«if)d, and w» cwtocmed him not.'' 

So far the discourse flows calndy on in description of the Suffering Servant, without 
any use for emnbatic pronouns. But now an entire change of mood is felt. From i 



bore statomeot of the matter of fact, reBective iBrael paBse« to a rei'ieed and deeper 
view of the cause of the Suflcrer'a sorrows : — 

( Yet sprel y I <our grip-fii> cliei larried, 
And <a8 for our •mtowi> he bmn them,—* 

rbiTti uuu* what a break-up of the historical »tyle occurs, and how the emphasising 
Htrokits come throbbing in : " )'(( tutcf)/ our urief8 " — the real cause of the Servant's 
Butferingfi hy )><)ld inversion Ijoing sot at the head and front of the Kcntence (the 
acoiiaative before its verb : Synopsia, A, b). '* Hb carried " — the pronoun is, indeed, 
implied in the verb {ndtd*}, but that is not enough, and 8o it is also separately 
expressed, in order that stress may be laid upon it {ha* vdid' — c]>. Synopsis, J9, a). 
^^r^e was our Substitute and bare our burden. That in this couplet the phrases " our 
riefs " and "our boitowb" are synonymous, is at once evident 

What, perhaps, wo desiderate in the second line is that the pronoun " he " should 
have been again emphasised in like manner as in the line foregoing ; and 
though it is absent from the Miissoretic or traditional text, and therefore, 
according to rule, we can scarcely so mark it, yet we note with intense 
interest that there is a various reading'' relating to that very point, to the 
eft'ect that some Hebrew written copies RCtually have the emphatic " he " ; in 
which, moreover, the ancient Syriac and I^tin versions keep them company 
(implying that the ancient Hebrew standards from which they were formed 
had the pronoun emphatic). And wc are further informed that there are 
some existing Hebrew copies which, though they have not the emphatic hu' 
in the text, yet have it sot down in the margin as a hrt\ that is, to be rtad, 
though not imtten. We have purposely expanded this short note of 
variance, bearing aa it does on a point of much interest. 

To return to the text : — 

IfWe 1 however, eflteamed him— 

Stricken. Bmitten nf G(id. and humbled. 
But llhel WA8 Wniirded for niir tninsgreesioiui, 
Bruiaed f<ir our iniquities, 
IjThe cfaafltiMemeDt for our well-ticingli ww |u)X)D him], 
And <:by l]isBtripes> there it> heoJing |for iw|,* 

As much as to say ; " Wb," however, away in the past, when thu true light of the 
matter hud not dawned upon ns, esteemed him divinely chastised for some cause 
unknown. Wc then little thought how his sufferings were related to ua; "But" we 
Hti>e it all uow ! And so on, until the ultimate explauatiou is reached — 

Bat I'Yuhwohll oAiined to light upon him' the iniquity of tis aXL* 

Yauwkii did what none other had any rijfht or jwwor to do. Compare verse 10 
where the same stress as in ver»o 6 is laid on the Divine Doer of the work of 
Salvation. And 90 we close our brief hints as to the expository value of the 
emphasis indicated tlirfmghout this wonderful prophecy ; and we close them by 
respectfully claiming that it is not at all by the play of pious faucy, but exclusively by 
giving effect to a well-proved idiomatic law that we lay decided stress upon the Divine 
intcrpotutiou through which there is healing for Israel and for Mankind. Before 

•In. liii. 4. 

•• Cp. anU. Cli»J>. I. 4. fc. 

' Isa. liiL 4. &. 

^ tm. liii. 0. 


diHmiasiag our notice of this example of emphasiii in the famous Fifty-third of Isaiah, 
it may be worth reminding the reader that in at least three places in the New 
Testament* do the words of this Prophecy re-appear, and each time with something of 
the significant emphasis with which the words were originally penned. In fact, 
speitking broadly, the emphasis of the Old T^tament is the emphasis of the New : 
the main idioms are the same, their exegetical value is the same. When successfully 
rendered, the ancient tones and suggestions of the Hebrew are reproduced — in Greek 
in English. The language again lives. 

• Mat. viiL 17 ; Acts viii. 32, 33 ; 1 Pet. ii. 24. 

Words are emphatic — 


«. NominatiTes before verbs — always. • 

h. Genitives,*' datives'' and accusatives' before verbs — always. 

c. Verbs before uomintitives — Blightlj ;* but able to command strong emphasis by 

reduplication, see below, B, o. 

d. Adjectives before nouns — chiefly in N.T., and slightly.' 

e. Words brought into juxtaposition — sometimes, in prose, internal evidence con- 

curring ;r more frequently in poetry, where the last word of one line is often 
varied and emphatically echo^ by the first in next line.^ 

f. Words postponed to end of sentence — sometimes in prose, sense concurring:' 

more frequently in lyric poetry, in which the last word is mostly weighty, 
and claims secondary stress.^ 


a. Separate nominative pronoun.'' Prolific source of emphasis both in Hebrew and 

Greek, as the separate pronoun is independent of position. Always reli«ble 
when construed with finite verb, which has the pronominal element also within 
itself. Sometimes also, when used instead of a verb, scc-ms by association of 
ideas to lend it>«lf to some little stress.' 

b. Reduplicated verb— chiefly in Hebrew," reappearing by quotation in X.T. 

Always indicates lively emphasis. Infinitive verb generally set before its own 
finite — then emphasis only : occasionally placed after its own finite — then 
perhaps sometimes suggesting continuance or repetition of action.'* 
e. Independent words,** phrases, f and aetitences.^ The mere repetition of these is 
one of the most simple and obvious devices for indicating stress. 


This chiefly applies to Hebrew particles. Owing to the extraordinary facility with 
which the consecution of facts and thoughts can be carried forward by the 
peg-letter waw, it follows that when more formal and preciseconnecting particles 
are employed, some emphasis can generally be felt. Hence springs the stress, 
more or less vigorous, which in Thk Kuphasiseu Bible is frequently marked 
on such connectives as *' now" ('aWrtA). " therefore" {laJu-n), "for this canst " 
(^al kfn). and so on ; in respect of which appeal is confidently made to 
elocutionary instinct as to the validity of the result. 

*,* lif/ (tN vieant compare Pi-nf. A, B. Davidson'g admiraUe "Hebrew Syntax" on thr various 
ramification* of Hef/rew Emphatic Jiiitnn ; and $ee the Oxford (Jftttnim, p. 252 for the particles, and 
p. 441 under "i/ith." 

• Oen. i. 2 ; laa. ix. ; Jn. x. 8, lO. i Pb. ii. 3 ; Lam. v. 17. 

>> 1 Tim. ill. 1. ^ Oen. xiv. 2» ; Ph. u. 6 ; Hat. v. 22, 28. 32, 34, ^9. 44. 

• Gen. 1. 2» ; Deu. xxii. W, 29 ; Pt». cxviii. 18 ; 1 Cor. ' Gen. iv. 9 ; Job %xix. 16. 

ir. S; Jn.xix. 10; Gal. vi. U. "Gen. ii. 16. 17; xxii. 17; xliii. 7 ; Deu. vi. 17. 

• Gen. i. 5 ; Deu. vi. 23 ; Jorfi. ii. 18 ; Mt. xxvii. 47. ■ Num. xiiii. 11 ; Isa. vi. 9. 

• Gen. i. 8, 4. 6, 7. 8, 16, 17, 18, 21. • Gen, xiv. 10 ; Num. x. 32 ; xv. 41 ; Deu. ii. 27 ; x\i. 20 ; 
f Rom. i. 2S; HebJ|ai. 18, 19. xvii. 5; Joph. vii. 11; xxii. 22; IS. ii. 3. 

> Mat. X. 21 ; 2 OfcT. 4 ; Gal. ii. II' : Hob. xi. 4. r Pb. cxxiv. 1, 2 ; Iiia. xxxviii. 17, 19 ; Eze. xi. 14. 

fc Job iil. 20 ; viL 14, 10. ^ Ps- cxviii. 1-4 ; cxxxvi. ; Isa. >iii. 9. 

Men. xxj.8. 






For practicftl purposes it may be assumed tlial Hebrew taid Greek are Uic original 
laaguageii of the Bible. Tlie small proportion of Aramaic eml>odded in the Hebrew 
Bible does not require foniial consideration, just liecaiiHC thiei dialect ik ncarh' nlUed to 
Hebrew, and tbc portions of the (Ud Teataniout written therein form integral parta of 
all Hebrew written copies and printed editions. With regard to the New Tetitumeut, 
the only question that could urise would be whether tK>me parts of it were not Grst 
written in Syriiie and then translated into Greek. But tbis in probably a purely 
aeademical inquiry, and iniisniuch nn the tUBtumjitiou of a (^reek original fur the whole 
of the New Testament doea not exclude Syriac sources from contributing their quota 
towards evidence of genuineuesa and aids to textual purity, the qucstjoii for the 
Translator is reduced to this : What Hebrew Bible and what Greek New Testament 
tthall he employ for making his version I In a word — What Texts sliall he translate? 

It is a relief to thiuk that no translator can be reijuirod first to construct his 
Hebrew and Greek texts Itefore turning them into "Kngliah. Life would not be long 
enough for one man or one set of men to explore the whole of the immeu^ie held - 
beaidee, the task is more likely to bo ethcicntly douo if its widely difTorent departments 
are undertaken by departmental experts. The textual critic prepares the way for the 
translator, a considemtioii which makes this the convenient moment for ntatiug tliat the 
textual crittcii followed in executing The Emphasised Biuiji are resfjcctiTcly Dr. Ginuburg 
in the Old Testament, and Drs. Wcbtcott and Hort in the New. To understand the 
debt of gratitude we owu to these piuueera, it will be l>ctter to take sepanvtely the two 
leading divisions of our Holy <Sonptures, and the more so as each division involvea 
conditions timpplicable to the other. 

I. Thb Original Text op thb Old Tbstament. 

1. The Text ittelf. 

In the Old Testament there seemed to be no choice but to take the received or 
eorrent Massoretic text> unless one had been prepared to embark on the treacherous 
sea of Conjectural Criticism ; and, in the fi»*st writing out of the MS. for this work, that 
text in ita commonly printed form was implicitly followed. It was the singular good 
fortune of the present translator, however, to have only just completed his transcript 
when the Critico-Mafisoretic Hebrew Bible of Dr. C. D. Ginsburg appeared ; and it was 
at once soen how greatly it would add to the value of Thb Eupha-sisku HtBi.R to compare 
tbc MS. throughout with Dr. Giusburg's Hebrew text and to make and tiunslate a 
selection from his priceless Various Readings. This additional labour was gladly imder- 
taken ; and it is deemed no small cause for gratitude to have been spared to fiuisli 
the task, Respecting the Old Testament, therefore, the case now stands ml follows; — 
Bbrew Text used is the revised Massoretic Text edited li9U>r, Ginsburir 

Tlie Hebrew 

Ij^^pt Ginsburg 

Mlbject to certain exceptions which Mill at once be cxplainoi], and which 




bcarcely fail to commend themselves as soon as they are understood. The exceptions 
are almost exclusively tJie confirmed and approved various readings to which 
Dr. Ginsburg has prefixed the formula, " It ought to be " so-and-so. These 
nave been incorporated in the text of this version, and not merely inserted 
in the notes ; for it was instinctively felt that what " ought to be " should be in 
a work of this kind. For Dr. Ginsburg's purpose, indeed, it was probably 6tting 
that he should make no changes in his text other thau any which might be required to 
render his edition a perfectly accurate reprint of the Received Massoretic recension, aud 
that accordingly all the emendations he had to propose were wisely incorporated with 
his foot-notes, no matter with what degree of confidence advanced. This method 
was at once seen to be in the true Massoretic spirit, which changes nothing, reproduces 
everything, fences and guards everything. But as this translation of the Old Tratameut 
was intended to make straight for correct exegesis and was purely practical in its design, 
the contrary course was adopted with respect to the especial class of various readings 
now under consideration, and accordingly the resulting changes were boldly made in 
the text of this version, with the unvarying note appended in each case, "So itsbd be," 
duly referring to Ginsburg's authority. It was quite otherwise where Dr. Ginsburg 
prefixed his other formula, " It appears to me " = "I think" it should be so-and-so. 
These conjectural variations have in the following pages been given (where given at all) 
in foot-notes, with the corresponding formula **Gt." = "Dr. Ginsbiu^ thinks" the 
reading should be as follows, in the quoted words then cited. They are the conjectures 
of an expert, often of great value, and always worthy of respectful consideration, but 
not advanced into the text of this Bible, save in a very few exceptional cases distinctly 
notified in the margin. These isolated instances are limited to places in which it was 
felt that the internal evidence fully made up for any lack of external attestation. 

2. T/ie appended Various Bea4ing8. 

A. Whence come these Various Readings ? They are (i.) variations discovered in 
existing standard copies (Codices) or in early printed editions ; (ii.) variations recorded 
in the Massorah itself as having formerly existed in documents now lost; (iii.) 
variations preserved in the Talmud or in the commentaries of ancient Jewish scholars ; 
(iv.) variations proved by Ancient Versions, in cases where the changes cannot 
reasonably be attributed to freedom of translation, but assure us that the translators 
must have had before them a Hebrew Text materially differing from that which has 
l«jen handed down to the present day. 

£. What are the leading CluuraGteristica of these Various Readings? (i.) Many 
of them are exceedingly minute : either resolving themselves into variations of 
spelling and accentuation, such as to naake no difference in translation, and therefore 
passed by in silence in this Bible ; or else making vert/ little difference in English — it 
being of no appreciable consequence whether Israel fell into the *' hand " or '* hands " 
of their enemies. Still, the collating of the smallest variations hsis some value as an 
education, showing how such changes came into existence, and what pains have been 
taken by copyists and textual critics to note them and guard against their multipli- 
cation, (ii.) At the same time, literal minuteness of variation is a very uncertain 
criterion o^mportance. Truth is not measurable by bulk, but by weight. The 
change of ^S^fH^ letter in one case may show nothing but a peculiar spelling of the 
|e word2%}iareas in the very next instance it may indicate a totally different word 



■ Ukd tnakpRll the difference hi the world to the sense. To mistako lo for lo* maj bring 
I in a Dpgntivc aiuj turn the seiiteitco completely round. To write 'ahar for 'abad 

^K (•howing, in Uie Hebrew, u miuiiter diffci-onco tlian this) may turn "one'' into "after" 
^r '^r ^ Hjwther." (iii.) M«iy variations are d»ie to the nioHt ttiinplc and obvioua cauHes — 
'^^r« UMtakes of e^o or ear, or the writing aa one word whut was meant for two, and 
•*** ttyrftl. (iv.) More scrio»i8 i» the divcrjrcnco of uxomplara ; tlie stundanl copiea of 
*••* clurtrict fiavinj; In course of time or under difterent editorship come to depart from 
tno faiouritc Btoudards of another region ; the old Btandard becoming worn out or lost, 
aiia a. Dew one having to Iw procured from a distaitce, britiging ika o»-u diverirenous 
*'*^* iUand pru[i4igutin|f them on new soil, (v.) Still more serious is pn.'^judice leading 
^ the deltberat« avoiding of certain exemplars, as favouring, say, the detested 
^ttitintan or Septttagint recontion. (vi.) Most serious of all is the deliberate 
•utoiition lo ehaiige the old rumliug for ono more aoccptidjle — never, perhaps, with 
^ilfii 1 corruptnem ; ou the contrary, with pious intentiuus and fur greater edittcatiou ; 
yet Ktill displa_yiug a fret^lnm of t^liting which to us seems quite indefensible. 

I C*. How msy Or. Uiuslmrg's Various Holdings be Classified? ;L) ITnV*. but 

^^T**'*^ •" or the orticial xariatious technically knuwn as the K't/iim juid tlie K'ru. "Tho 

■IVkitrigin of the [Hebrew] Bible exhibits a uumlxn- of various readings of an early date, 

r ■«aU*.»<J K'ri (reitd}, hccntise in the view of the Jewish critics tliey are to be preferred to 

whifct stands in the l«xt, and to Iw read insicivJ of what is there written, hence called 

'**'At» (yirittrn)." * "So great a ro\*ereuce fur the ancient literal text, as it was handed 

dowii by tradition, was preservwl among the Jews, that the Grammarians who made 

t-no Qc« odditiuas to the text left the written te.xt still micliatiged, oven In casca 

•■'■leT^thcy Iwlicved it ncci.'S.sarj' to follow a difl'ereut reading and inter]>rotation,'' ■» 

"*Tc»l»abIy the gonend luiderstanding amongst Kiiglish students of Hebrew i.s that tho 

v^^r%g lu^, iuvuriably to bu preferred to the K'thif*. Dr. (liuaburg, however, does not 

**ic3orse tlmt view, for he says: "It is now admitted by the best textual critics that 

^ ^uany iiiHtauees tho reaibng eihibited in the toit (A''(A/'w) is preferable to the 

^**^*tffi*>*l variant (K'ri}, innnmuoh as it sometimes preser^ea the urvhaic uxlhography 

r**** aometimes gives the original reading. The K'thit^ or textuiil reading, mon^ovcr, is 

^^ ^uwy iitstauces not only supported by MSS. and early edili'ms, but by the ancient 

^'Hi<ma.**e Xhcrc are two features in Dr. UiuHbnrg's exhibit of thetiu various reudiuga 

**iclj cannot fail to give lively MJitisfuction U) the student. Tlie firat he states thus : 

^ *' X have in mt»t caacs given the MS8 , the early editions, and the ancient Vt-nsioim 

*»>ch«iipjK>rt the K'thie and those which exhibit the K*ri."* Tho second is the claim 

**^* expressed : *' I have been able to give a larger niunber of A'Vw and K'thivx than 

^^***o nhieh are printed in any other edition of the Hebrew liiblc."' On the strength 

thj% last frict, as well us on the score of convenience, the K'ri* cited in Tbb 

*^''UA.'*isEn BiBi.B are given as noting on Ginsbui-g's autliority, without forgetting 

*"*t miu\y of tliem are to be found in other Hebrew texts, (ii.) A special class of 

*r»ou» Tradings called Senrtii. These constitute a Iwiy of readings " of equal impoil- 

^'^^ to the class of variants comprised in the oWcial A'Vi, though it hjis hardly been 

^^''^^cwi by modem critics. Indeed in some respccta it is more important than tho 

"•^•niatlve readings which have hitherto been so scrupulously given in the margin of 

• r;iiaBnt life's Hob. Omni. ; truuilaMl by Or. B. 

i'ftVK-h, L<'it<t>'ti. 1K74, \>. K. 
' Ewalii • Hrh, Uriun., by ^'Jcholaon, London, 

LS30. p. 63. 

" a. Iiitro., ISl 
* lU.l.. p. 1 
•IbitL. I..: 


our Bibles under the n&me of K'ri by modem editors, who have either entirely 
banished the Sevir from the margin or have on extremely rare occasions condescended 
to notice one of the numerous readings introduced by the name Sevir,"^ As in the 
case of the A'Vu, Ginsburg mostly states by vbat authorities the Sevirin are confirmed 
A reading of this class will be found given in the notes of thui Bible thus : " A sp. vr. 
{$evir\*' followed by a translation of the reading, with the addition of any confirming 
authority, (iii.) Variants cited in the M<t9toraJi itxlf and underlined by Dr. Giusburg. 
When possible these have been given in itidics. For instAnce, "(Sam., Sep,, Vul.)" 
indicates that Dr. Ginsbui^ has found the Sfptuagiittal reading in the Massoretic note 
of a Hebrew codex or edition, (iv.) Variations discovered by collation of existing 
MSS., early printed editions, and Ancient Versions, and recorded without editorial 
opinion. TheRC must be left to speak for themselves. They are here passed on from 
the textual editor, (v.) Cotyectural emendations. As before suggested, these should 
be received with the deference due to an expert, whose opinion takes into account not 
only internal evidence, but probably a shrewd suspicion as to the way in which an error 
may have crept in. Gt = "Ginsburg thinks" is the sign distinguishing this class of 
reading in The Emphasibkd Biblb. (vi.) Conjit-med Emendations. These have already 
been considered, and reasons have been given for incorporating their purport in the 
text of this Translation. *> 

D. How should these Various Readings 1>e treat«d by an ordinary intelligent 
reader? (i.) They may very well lead to a suspense of judgment. Where a 
transcriptional variant of this kind comes into view, it is natural to eschew 
dogmatism. (ii.) Internal evidence may inspire a moral certtiinty as to which 
reading is correct The reader can cautiously rcl}- on this for his owni satisfaction ; and 
the controversialist may urge it — with becoming moderation, (iii.) Converging evidence 
may almost amount to demonstration as to which alternative is to be tnistod. For 
example : Starting with internal evidence in favour of a Various Reading which is 
actually found in some Hebrew MSS. or printed editions, the reader discovers that that 
very reading is exhibited in the Samaintan Pentateuch — an independent lino of 
transmission from an exceedingly ancient exemplar. Then he finds it handed down by 
the Scptuftgint — another line of transmission from a time almost equally remote. And 
finally, wo will suppose, he discovers that the same reading has been preserved by 
the Vulgate. Internal probability — some existing Hebrew standards, Samaritan, 
.Septuagint, Vulgate— what wonder if (some counter evidence notwitlistanding) the 
student yields his mind to a state of working confidence as towards the variant which 
is sustained by such a superior array of proof? 

II. — The Original Tbxt of the Nkw Thstamknt. 

There is the less need to enlarge on this, tiiat information concerning it is by this 
time widely diffused. Few scholars nowadays would advocate the adoption of the so- 
called Received Text of Erasmus and Stephens, published early hi the sixteenth 
century. The discovery and collation of Greek MSS. liave since then made such 
enormous strides, and so many textual critics of supreme ability and industry — such 
as Griesbach, Scholtz, Lachmann, Tischendorf, TreguUes, and Westcott and Hort — 
have laboum}«4n this department, that it would appear an act of sheer madness to go 

C^N^,/'' •GTi^i 

.TO. 187. b Ante, p. 18, cp G. Intro. 1G2, 170. 

to the CTitical apparatus of our grotLt-gnindrathen. Suffice it then to state in 
tliegpiieril priiieipica followed alike bv Tregelle* and by WcHtcott and Hort — 
*'"' ^^bom oloDo Id the Chriatinn Scriptures thi« work Ntuiida iu imnicdiHtc' relation 
■**>cj tbeii to expUiu in a very few woi-dd why, for llie present (the third; edition 
"*« .Vew Teatamcuc portiou of The EMrHA.ii4Ki> Bible, the text of Tregollea was 
led by that of West<:ott and Hort. 
It! fundatueutol principle coutniun to the Greek toxta of Tregellcs and of Westcott 
Hort is that iti the oonHtructioii of thoni, ancient autlioriticH have t>eeii resolutely 
!, and the text in both cases h;i8 been determined rnther by the weight than 
%\\e luere imml>er of nmnusuripta. Ancient rendings have been preferred in 
atnictiog the Greek texts of both these odiiious. It would perhaps be correct 
.y thnt Westcott and Hort ifavc more attention than did Tregolles to the lineup 
L of mnnuaoripts, and Mubmittad to a mure tiearehing consideration the question how far 
^^■veri^cnt rvodinga had tiprimg fmiu common Mourue^, tK> as tu ^t behind tho 
^^Hvc^rgeufeH to an earlier and more anceaTral text. In particular their treixtmout of 
the two mobt ancient MSS., the Vutiean and tho Sinai, txHli iih to their uiniiluritioB 
their diHerencea, inipreaacH tho incpiirer'a luind with a Henae of tlie acientific force 
th vhich indiictivo rcattonlng is curried ; and how, under the oonverjj^ing light thrown 
Icward by these groat exemplars, in the bauds of these editors, the student can 
iuo«t »ee for hiraHelf what the Apotttulii' text niiial have been. 

TluA allusion to the two greatest (ireek ManuscripUi of the New Teatament opens 

way for an explicit st4itement of the reaw>n which led to the adoption of the later 

Jtt of Wwtoott and flort in preference to the earlier rme of Tregelles, which had 

**^«n employed for the present Tnuihhitor'a firet and second editiona of tho Now 

^^■tamtnt. It was aimply and solely beennae the Intur text mu the later, that the 

ctiauffe. wiw maile ; for the lapw of tinie Iwtween them, though not ^eat, euablod 

^'^. \Vcst<xjtt and Hort to do what had not been vouchaafed to their predecessor — via., 

^ keep the Sinai MS. steadily before them in tho conatrucLion c^ their t«xt of tiie 

■■otir (>Aj>|iolit. It waa fflt to 1(0 preHninptuoxis to conjecture how far the readiiiga of 

''^•^ Sinai Cotlox would have w^nlirmt'd or modified Tregolles* previously formed coi»- 

■Pitteions; aitd, at the same time, very undesimblo for the Translator to assume the 

**^xiCtioaa of ti'xtual critic, functions imperatively demanding the practical skill of 

*^« <»[pert, to which he could lay no claim, lietter far to place himself under tho 

f&Uidance of suoh consimnunte maaters of textual criticism us Dm. Westcott and ilnrt, 

]*^giiig, as they had done, so very nearly in the spirit and after the principles of 

t^- TregeUos, on the fuller evidence then spread before them. Even in the Four 

•^^wpcU the differcuces between the two texts are WHoparaiively slight : while, in tho 

Wut Books of tho New Testament, it beoomea a matter of siwtiuned otimiration to 

B<ite how rtrj generally the conoUiaions of the earlier editor (having the Sinai MS. 

heton luni nt that stage of hin work) are oonHrmed by his successors, when judging 

ti*^ luLMtautially the same army of evidence. 




As it might appear premature, at the outlet of this uhupter, to HpoU out that Diviiic 
Nome which some regard m not ouly iucomnituii cable but unprouounoeable, it will be cou- 
sidemte to l»egin the present iiive8tipTitioti8 hy the aid of circumlocution nud abbreviation, 
especially an no iuconveniouce nill be occasioned thereby. The IWriit/nivwutlon, or 
name of four lottena (in allusion to the four letters Y H W HX w a technical term 
frequently employed by acholars, and will here, for a little, sen-o a useful purpose. 
Betiidt'K ouiployinj; thiu term, we can reverently efpeak of **The Name/' or can Mt 
dovQ the (irst letter only, " Y," in the same way as critics are wont to use the Hebrew 
letter yocf as the initial of the Divine Name intended. TIiIk undcratood, we I'An 
intelligibly proceed. Our very firKt aub-division will indicate the scriouH turn which 
this inquiry necessarily takes. 

1. — The Namk SiTppRioftso. 

A. The Fact. 

It is willinprly tulmittvd tikat the buppretonon htm not been absolute ; at least so far 
as Hebrew nnd Kuj^lisii are coiieernod. The Name, in its four essential letters, was 
reverently tniuBcribed by the Hebrew copyist, and therefore was necesharily placed 
before the eye of the Hebrew reader. The latter, however, was instnicted not to 
pronounce it-, but to utter instead a Icsk sacinwl name — Adonav or Ei/iuiM. In this way 
The Name was not nutfered to reach the ear of the listener. To that degree it was 
suppressed. The Scptuagint, or ancient Greek veniion, mode the concealment complete by 
regularly snimtituting A'urtM; as the Vulgate, in like manner, employed iJominuj'] both 
Kuriott and Dot/nnus having at the same time their own pi*nper ser\'jce to render lut 
correctly answering to the Hebrew Adtfttay^ confessedly moaning "Lord." The Knglisb 
vervions do nearly the same thing, in rendering The Name as Lord, and occuHionaJly 
<;<)» ; these termH also having their own rightful othce to fill as fitly representing the 
Hebrew titles i4(/onayand Elohim and Et. So that the Trtratframmaton itf nearly hidden 
in our public English versions. Not quite. To those who can note the difference between 
"Lord" and "Lord" and between "(ion" and "(!od," and cAii remember that the former 
(printed with smaij. cAi'iTii^t) do while the latter do not stand for The Name — to 
such an intimation of the difference is conveyed. But although the rradku who looks 
carefully at his book can ite the distinction, yet the mere hearer remains completely 
in the dark respecting it, inasmuch as there is no diflcrence wliatever iu sound between 
'*L<)Bn" and •* Lord ■' or "God" and "Mod." It hence follows that iu nearly all the 
occurrences of The Name (some 7,000 throughout the <Hd Testaiuent) the especial 
Name of Ood is abatolutely withheld from all who simply hear the Biblu re^id. " Nearly 
all," for there are about half a dozen instances in the A.V., und a few more in the lt.V., 
in which 1 1 ua concealment does not take place. In other words there are these very few 
places in w^ibik/lJie Tetrcujmmmaton appears as " Jehovnh " ; and although it may be 
ji^fctii, "^Vriaiftre\^;ev among 80 maa/f" still their presence hasan argumentative value. 



H it was wrong to unveil the Tetriifframnution at all, then why do it in these inRtAncesI 

If, OD the other liunJ, it was right to let it be seen in theHe cosen, tlien why not in alii 
\\ ith the exceptions explained, however, it renuiins true to aay, that in our public 
ver&ioDS the one especial Name of *Iod is Huppresned, wholly concealed fnim the 
listening cor, alraoat u» completely hidden from the haBtenin^ or uncritical eye. 

£. The Znunediate Conseqixeaoea o/ the Supptrmon, 

These are^ 

(i.) Partly litemry^ though more than that. lU'fcrence is here made to the confusion 
into which many thin;^ are thrown through this abnormal atate of things. "Baal" is 
•* lord " and so is "Adon " ( Adouay ) — that is unfortunate ; but why add to the ernVwrraas- 
ment by rendering Y H W H {and Y H, the shorter form) also as "Lord "1 Worst of 
all ia the confusion when "Y" and Adonay occur together, as tliey do many times in the 
Book of Ezckiel. Inasmuch as to say, "I^rd Ixmi)" for "Adnnay Y," was toogrotowiuc 
and misleading (positively false to the ear), the nc\v device had to be resorted to of 
rendering this combination by " Lord Oon " — " Gon " in this case, and not " Lord *' at 
aJl, standing for The Name. Even Y H (the shorter form) and Y H VV H (the full 
form) of the Tetragi-aMrnaton, coming togetlier," caused a dilemma ; though in those 
instances, the acuteness of the tmublc compelled the adoption of a partial remedy, and 
•• the Lord Jehovah" is the result, "(.'onfusion," then, is a term not a whit too strong 
to apply to these varying devices. No wonder that even intelligent and edticatcd 
people are continually forgetting what thoy have heard or read concerning so involved 
a matter. 

(ii.) Partly practical. Is it too much to assume that The Name has about 
it something very grand or \ery gracious, or at least something very mysterious 1 
rhichever conclusion is received, the (|uestion arises whether there is not &r>mcthing 
L'ntially prcsuuiptuous, however little intended, in substituting for it one of the 
cotmnoncKt of titles, seeing that there arc on earth "loi-ds many," and the master of 
the humblest slave is his "lonl " I There is surely nothing very grand or gracious or 
my-iterious in that ! It is therefore the roost natur:il presumption that the suppression 
of The Name has entailed on the reader, and especially upon the hearer, irreparable 

C. The 'B^mmxn. for the Supprfstion. 

The motive was good — let that be assumed. It was to safeguard the Divine 
Majesty in the minds of men. It was to prevent the inconsiderate mention of Him 
before whom seraphs veil their faces— though even so it is very ditHcuIt to see how 
y-one name should occasion irreverence and uuotlicr not. Why not, then, Icivvc Him 
iltogeihcr unnamed! Why not fear to allude to Him by any title that could definitely 
refer to Him 1 The jiassages commonly cited as funiishing good reason for the 
kufipression surely coimot mean what is thus attributed to them, since there is a wide 
distinction between not taking His Name in vain, and not taking His Name into our 
lips at all, even for prayer or praise. In a word, the motive is respected ; but 
the reverence is regarded as misapplied — the rejison given is seen to be iax;did. 

• A* in Ir 3iil 2 ; vm\\ xxvi. 4. 



11. — Tub Namr Ke^storeo. 
A. Why? 

1. Because its suppression wan a uiiMUko. So grave a itiUtake cannot be corrocte 
too soon. All unwurruiitalilti liberty has boon tiikcn; the ptith of humility' is to retrnce 
our tftepB. 

2. Because thereby serious evil may Vie averteiJ, Men are twyiug to-day that "Y** 
was a mere tribal uauiu, uuU arc siiggc»tin^^ that *' V " Hiiuuelf was but a loeul deity. 
As against tbls, ouly let The Name be boldly and uniformly priutod, uud the 
buinble»t Sunday School teacher will bo able to show the groundlessnesa of the 

3. Because solid advanta^jc may be eoimtod upon as certaiu to follow the reutora- 
tion. Even if the meauiiuj of The Name should not discloae itself, the word it«elf 
would giiidually gather about it the fitting associations — aud that would be a gain ; and 
godly readers would be put on que^t — and thftt woi Id be a further gain : and if 
the true ttignllicancc of the 7'rtrafframm(ttoH should be brought tu light, there would 
be a traiued oouiitttueMcy to whom .ippcaj could he made — and that would be a yet 
greater gaiu. 

A OaTBCTioK Answkhed. — A plausible argument iu favour of leuviug 
The Name veiled, as it is now, may be Iwisod U]x)U its concealment by the Septuagint. 
The plea take» the fcllowiug form. The .Scptmigint coticeals the TetrwframntntuH under 
the common title Kun'os, " l>»rd." Jeaua used that veraiun as it stood, notably in 
ciiing Psalm ex. !.• Therefore what was good enough for Him should be gtmd enough 
for uti. Ansteer First : Jeaxxa Christ woa not a scribe or literary critic : His mission was 
much higher. Anttcrr Sfcvnd : Jesus hud tu plead his Messiuhship at the bar of the 
Scriptures as then current ; and any criticism by Hiui of tlie nation's Sacred Documents 
might have placed a needless nbstacle in the people's path. We thus conclude that the 
objection may and should be bet lisidc na incouclusivCi and so fall back on tho reaaons 
given why the Diviue Name should be suffered uniformly to appear. 

li. hi What Form? 

1. Wliy not in the fonn "Jfhoeah"} Is that not euphouiousT It is, without 
question. Is it not widely iisefU It is, and may still be freely employed to assist 
through a iwriod of transition. But is it not hallowed and endeared by many a 
beautiful hymn and many a pious meinory ? Without dtml>t ; and therefore it is with 
reluctance that it is here declinerl. But why is it not accepted? There it is — familiar, 
acceptable, ready for ndoptiun. The rcasou is, that it is too heavily burdened with 
merited critical condemnation — as modem, as n eompnjmise, as a " maugrel" word, 
"hybrid," "fantastic," "monatroua." The facta have ouly to bo known to justify this 
rerdict, and to vindicate the propriety of not employing it iu a new and independent 
translation. AAluit are the facLs? And first as to ago. "The pronimciation Jthovah. 
was unknown until 1520, when it wiia introduced b}' (iaiatinus ; but was conteatod bv 
Lo Mercicr, J. Drosiusi and L. Capellus, as against grammatical and historical 
propriety. "^lyNoxt, aa to formation. " Erroneously written and pronounced Jehovah, 



■ SM^lnt. X3ct). 41-ir>. 

^ " Oxford GeMnium" p. 3I& 

rliu^h » merely « combination of the sjicred TtUn^tmmnton and thu nmela iu the 

l«jlebre"onl for I^rd, Hubstittitcd l>y the Jews fur jn vii, becmiso they shrank from 

nnniOtiiiciDK The Name, oviujrto an old miacouceptioii of the two piiwifl^en, Kx. xx. 7 and 

\jc\. x»T, 16. . . . To give the immo jhvii the vowcla of the wonl fr»r Lord (Heb, 

XdooAi) aud prunomice it Jehovah^ is alutit i\& hybriU n combiuntioii as it would l»e to 

cpcll tiw uauie Gervmnt/ with the vowels in the niimc Portugal — viz., Gomiuna, The 

moMtroitt cninbi nation Jehovah is not older thi\n aliout 1520 a.d."» I*'pom this we 

nur gather that the Jewish scribes aro not responsible for the " hybrid " combiuation. 

Thtv iiitcutionalty wrote ftlieu vowels — not for c<jnibination with tlie sacred coiiMonaiitM, 

h\i for the pnrpueic* of cautioning the Jewish render to cininciate u totally different 

•urd, tii^ soino other familiar name of the Most High. 

2. The form '* Yt%hwtk" is here adopted as practically the best. The only competing 
form Roiik] be "Yehweh," differing, it will Vkj iiKser\*ed, only in a single vowel — **e" 
'"fi'linlje finit syllable. But even this ditt'erence vanishes on examination. It 
i* troe that "Yehweh" is intended to siigjjeat the derivation of the uouu from the 
BBple (AVj ctmjuijation of the verb, and that soiue scholars take "Yahwch" as 
indicating a formation from the causative (Iliphif) conjugation; but, since other 
KboUn (presimialily becaiise of the aspirate A) regard " Vahweh" itself as consistent 
*'"> » AW formation, thereby Ica\'ing us free to accept the spelling "Yahweh** 
wthwti prejudging the question of the precise line of derivation from the admitted 
root luifiU^ rp may vei*)' well accept the s[K:lling now widely preferred by scholars, and 
onk the luHue— •■ Yahweh." 

* %t tinct proHitnciation claims a word to ituelf. "The true pronunciation seenia 

to hart. l)(scn Yahwe (or lakuHiy, the initial I = y, as in lauhimo). Tlic final e should 

'* pmoouucci like the French l\ or the English e in /Ar/r, and the first h sounded iw 

■li*[iirati\ The tiecent should lie on the Hnal syllable,"* This statement gives rise 

I ■ liiwtion of rhythm, which is sure sooner or laker to make itself felt. We arc so 

itotlic three syllables of the form ''Jehovah," with its doliglitfuUy varied vowels, 
«*t ae shrink back dismayed in anticipation of the disturbing etFeut on our 
^iWy of the suljAtitution of Yahweh' for Jehovah. Our aitprehciisions may be 
■"■tiiuiwl. The readjustment is mainly the business of our hynm-writers; and if it 
"Wild prove literally true, that "new mercies" aliall "new songs" deiuand, which 
•WI mgfartue a new accent iu a new rhythm, then wo may rest assured that 
*'(KtiM tf^ninn and enthusiasm will prove equal to the oocasion. The Translator of 
^UK Exriususeu Bible has in his own buukblc province recast a good many lines 
w ait rendering of *'The Foalms " in consideration of the modified rhythm now 
^'fwL Aa for the rest, it may with confidence be comited u(x>u that increasing^ 
"*>lianifttioD and the silent growth of hallowed memories will ultimately render thrice 
•™i« iriat was at first so strange. 

in. — Thk Name Explainbd. 

'■ U oertoinly appears to ho oxplainect'in Exodus iii. 14. It does not follow that the 
■"*o»ieiitH there made are rightly understood; nor can any compelling reason be 
"•"pled why a translator should be rea'iy to expound everything which he has to 

*hohnr Pinl Haupt, G«iienU Editor of ** The Potyclirome Bibl*"," in tlx' B<>c.k of Pnlm^ pp. 163, 1&4. 




■ «!» 

repraaenc iu EogUsh. Nevertheless, the correct rendering of the above pasBage is so 
ooaDect«d with the meaning of The Name, that, were it not for special reasunn, the 
at^enpt now to be made might not liuve provukod the charge of presumption. An it 
n, tlw reproach of rosbueaa caiiuol uasilj* be esciipod. 

2. Confeasodly it ia very dlitcoumging to find the editor of the Polychrome Bible 
^*clariDg bluntly: "The meaning of jhvh is uncertain,"" That it is uncertain 
would appear to b© the natiira) coucUwian deducible from the varieties of meaning 
mmiued up in the Oxford OoHL-niiis under the ntiiiie " Yubweh."'* 

^ As against thitt diHConragement it may be conBidcrcd whether the Old Testament 
does not strongly einl>oIden us to hope that greater siicccsft and grintcr uniuiiiiiity 
UMY yet be attainnl. U not a hidden name almoMt a contradiction in terms? Does 
iKit "tuune" in the Bible very widely imply revelation? Mrrin uitmea are throughout 
the Scriptures fraught with uigniBcance, enshrining historical incidents, biographical 
reminiscences, and so forth ; and why should the Name of the Ever-Ble«Hed Ik? iui 
exception to this rulet Does not the Aluiiglity Himself euiploy this Name of His as 
thotigh it had in it some self-evident force and fitness to reveal His nature and unfold 
Hts ways t His Name is continiially adduced by Hinwelf aa His reaiKin for what He 
and whjit He cuuiinands : "For I am Viihweh." Israel aiul the nations arc placed 
uinier discipline, says the Divine Speaker, *' that they may know that 1 am Vahweh." 
U it not probable, then, that Hts Name was intended to be understood! Tlius cn- 
coumged, we procee<l j only requesting that the exposition wliieh follows may be 
regarded tm — 

4. An Individual Opinion respectfully submitted. 


(a) The i-onclusion firmed may Ik; tb\ia expressed : The X«uc itself signifies, 
"He uhu becomoth " ; and the fonuula"^ by which that significance is sus- 
tained mid which is rendered in the Aiithorised VcrHion " 1 am that J am," 
expre^cscs the sense, '* 1 will become what*MX'ver I pleiae " : or, as more exactly 
indicating the idiom hivolved, " I will become whatsoever 1 may l>ecome" 
We amplify the " nuiy," and more freely suggest the natural latitude which 
the idiom claims, by saying: "Whatsoever I will, may, or can liecomc" 

(ft) Tlie re;»»on8 for this concbision are two : FiBST, that it gives the simplest, 
uMwt obvious, most direct force to the derivation of The Name itwolf, aa 
geocsrally admitted. Yahttrh is almoat always n-garded ad the third person, 
«ingnUr, masiculinc. imjvrfcct tense, from the riwi Aaira/i, an old form of the 
root A«i|ra/«. The one ineauingof MnwiA \n "become,"'' So tliat the force of! 
Sfmktitk thus derived, aa a verb, would be " He wi)l K-come": or, as cxpretisivs 
of use and wont, " He lH?nmicth." Then, passing into use as a noun, it is — 
" He who bocomcth," "The Kecoming Ihie." That is precisely how any otheor 
Hebrew name would be foruioii luid would yield up it« inherent significance^ 
Thiis viewed, its hnuuuiUko simplicity wo\ild l» ita great rccommendatioo. 
If the Ettfrnal would s|tc»k lo mai^iso a8 to be understood, we seem compelled 
lo eipeet that He will tixvik aft^r the uuuiner of men. And if after tha 

|v \M. K«>T W) mi;iimr*9itti; *O.G.. US. 

' tW mcpUnatiua utf«n<il hy l>r. A. R. * £xa iii- 14. 

E^w«, «m-tTl. >Mi; in th« Nou on K\ok. uL 1^ * O.G., 317. 



mftitner of men He pleaBcs to take and bear n Namo^ it would seem the very 

piM-foction of «>iidc8ceiiMioii that His Xaine Hhould lie fonnwiaft-er the inatitier 
of iiifiiiH namcB. Second, ihe scum of the formula jfiveii above is very simply 
and idiouiatiiMkUy obtiiinod. Tlio foruiiila it(M.'lf in 'f/iyrh 'at/trr V/i^A, iu 
which it ithould be noted tliat the verb 'fkyeh^ *' I will bceomc," runs forward 
iuto a rc<]tiplicatioii of it«elf ; for It is that which cunstituteit the idioui. As 
a mere rejK?tition, ihe as8ortiuii would he uuDieiiiiing. Tn escape thJH we 
must nwort to iiiynt«ry or iiusftinatioD or — idiom. How if the my»tery it- 
self i» iiiiug^imiry : and where is inia^iuitinii Ui end \ how is it to l>c reduced 
to any tniKty si^iiticanee ! Would it not be more huiiil)U' and childlike to 
be prepared to 6nd that the All-wise and All-loving is dimply addrcKsiug us 
in an idiom of our own ? Wc have many such idinniatic formula* even in 
EngliKli : "1 will Kpeak what twill speak," and the like. Only, aSicT the 
numner of our tou^ie. we avoid the semblance uf meauinfrless repetition by 
cmpha^iising the auxiliary verb: "I will upeak what I witl speak " — my niiiid 
is made up; or *' I will speak what I can, mny^ mutt speak " — aeeording to 
need and oppiirtunity. Now, in Hebrew, the future (impcrfeet, or incipient) 
t«Dae (the oue ujsed here) is freely employed to express mfHtd ; iu other words, 
to convey thow nicer shades of thought which in Knglitth are conveyed by 
such helping words uj* " will," "can," *• may," "could," "would," "might," 
"niiwt." The only 4UCHtion is whether we can aissure ouraelvus thai we are 
not acting fancifully in resorting to that principle of interpretation in the 
imjmrtant .>4tat«ment l>efore tis. Have we any examples of such an idiom 
finding place where, as iu Exo. iii. 14, a word is folded back upon itself I 
As a matter of fact, we have in tlie Old Testament at least three examples in 
which the recognition of this simple idiom brings out an excellent senjic, and 
in which the Aulliorised Version leads the way (followed by tlie Kuvised) iu 
so expresziiug the sense. 

ExAHPLB I. — 1 Samuel xxiii. 13, .\.\. and H.V. : "And they went whithereoeTcr 
they could go." Heb. : '■^v'tiy^ithhatl*ku ba'a»hrr yithhafhku.^^ Freely: "And they 
wandered wheresoever they could, would, or might wander." The repetition is there, 
fuid the idiom, and the elear tenn of it. 

£xA]U>i.B 11. — 2 Samuel xv. 30, A.V. and K.V. : "Seeing I go whither I may." 
Hcb. : "wa*ani hAUk 'at 'agJirr *mn k^iii:" Lit. : "And (or seeing) [ am going whither 
I am going." Again the repetition, again the idiom, again the fit seuae thereby 

ExAxri.E HI. — 2 Kings viii. 1, A.V. and R.V. : "And sojourn wheresoever thou 
ffljist bojouni." Heb.: "u^i/uri UCarhtr thtguri." In the fi nit passage the auxiliary 
is "could"; in the second, "may"; in the thinl, "canst." Idiom is recognised in all, 
»nd through it the meaning is seized and well expressed. 

We thtiB gain all neetlful countenance for the idiom^itic explication of Exo. iii. 14 : 
I will become vrluit«uevt>r I will— may— can— becomt*. 

The only diflictdty is to suggeMt the stiitable latitude, without nnil|||>lj 
without i-inlating any known clmracteristic of the .Si»cnker. Perhiipn the 

words and 
hi word un 

this momontous occaaiou is : " what 1 plcaso," since we know that the Divine resoiiroea 
are iiiKnite, and that God will plcuMO to bccume to His people only what ia wis«it aud 
best. Thus viewed, the t'onmila lieoonics n most (jrnicioiis promise; the Divine capacity 
of adupt)itiuu to any ciiviuustttuces, any difficulties, any uccesaitiea that may arise, 
becomcH a veritable bank of fiiith to such 08 love God and keop His oomiuandmcnts. 
The formula in a promise, thi* promise ia conccutmtetl in a Name, llie Name iaatouce 
a revelation, a memorial, a pledge. To ihiii Name, Goil will ever ))e faithful ; of it He 
will never be ashamed ; by it He may ever Iw tnithfuUy proclaimed and gratofiiUy 

llTliifi; 19 my name to tituw age-abiding, 

And lithiH. my Dipmurial to generation afu^r genHratioii.^ 

PmiM ye Yah. 

For g«KMi' is Yahweli, 
Sing pmises to hix name. 

For itisaweeL'* 

PnLiM< V&hweh. all ye nations, 
JmwA him, all ye tnU'» of mon ; 
For his liATnglcindneM hath prevnileil over U8. 
Ad<1 Hiv faithfulneM of Vabwch ia to tiinc« a^-abtdiafr. 
Praiiie yv Yali.' 

5. Whether tlie foregoing explanation is ever likely to he pjenemHy accepted or uot, 
one thing appeai-s to be niore and mure uertiiin the more the evidence is considered, 
that the nuinc Yubweb has aome iiihereut nieatiiug of gi-cat force and graciousness ; at 
the very leuat a sigiiiHcunee of aufficient peculiarity to uiuke it more fitting to be 
employed ou uome occasioub tliaii on others. This conclusion, wlilch on iU own merits 
will scarcely he denied, invests the matter with a literary interest which it will be fair 
nut to forget. It may deliver the most o]X'n-niindcd critic from a too ready resort to 
doeuntentari,' hypotheses to account for the pi-osenee or al)sence of The Name in or 
from some verses, sections, and books. The use of previous documents may go some 
way to account for the apjMianuu-e and diryippeanmue of that Nrtme; hut internal fitness 
to be avoided or employed may be an equally feasible exphinution. Leaving aside the 
interesting question whether the sudden appearnnce of the name Vahwuh in combination 
with Elohim iu Genesis ii. may not owe its presence to the teuour of the new section 
which commences at verse 4, in view of Man's cttming upon the scene, there are some 
eznmpleu of the presence and absence of The Name to which any diK-umentary 
hypothesis would appear to Ik; altogether alien, Kor instance, is it uot indicative of 
wbftt wo may call changed moral atmosphere tliat the prologue of the Book of Job 
(chapters i. and ii.) and the epilogue (chapters xxxviii. — xlii.) should be replete with 
the especially gnicious jiMper name " Y," whereas throughout the whole of tho 
doubting, questioning, arguing jwrtion of the Book The Name should occur ouly 
once, chapter xii. 9, and tlien with uncertain attestation'? It appears to ho eqxially 
indicative of a most delicate sense of tituess^ that, whereas The Name is employed on 
an average nearly once iu each of the eight-versed sections of Psalm cxii. — a Fsalm 
per\ade*i by the atmoaphen.- of sustained communion with Yaiiwch— the one exception, 
in which a less sacred divine name is used is the single instjuice in which the Fsjiltuist'a 

> Kxo. ifi. V>. Pa. oxiotT. S. « Pk ovvii. Op, Jer. xxxii ST 




mind comes into contact with the colder air of dinloyalty to the Gracious Being whom 
he himself delighted to worship ; — 

" Depart from me, ye evtl-doe», — 

That I may obeerve the oommandments of my God." * 

It is with a feeling of lively satisfaction that the materials for judgment concerning 
all such peculiarities of sacred usage are now clearly set forth in the pages of 
Thb Emphasised Bible. 

• Ps. cxix. 116. 









No. ' Name. 














final Q 



1 beth 



■oft 3 









1 gimd 













■oit T 

1 dh 






1 be 














when a vowel 










IB ! koph 







aO ' re^ 




1 Ut 



21 \ HJn 








when a vowel 






1 3 


soft 3 








rta fft in " l/iin" 


. lamed 

j b 




The above Table may be pat to an interesting Hpedal tue. It vill enable tfae merely Engluih reader to traee the 
•dmilarity of certain Hebrew lettenii as the well-known cause of eirorH of tranMciipticin. For example, be can perceive 
how minnte iit the difference in form between daiah and rrtk, and so bow eanly " iiilenced " might creep in where 
** npSifted " )«lumld have atood, or irtc« versd, in Faalm crxxt, 2 (lee note there] ; and idmilarly bow readily kai tibould 
bare oonted ben in Prov. xi. 10. 

N.B.— Tbe vowel <f may be pronounced aa a in father ; and <> aa e in there. 






Davim* ELL. ... 
D»v. Heb. Syn. 
»r. pr. edxu). ... 

f. If 

Fu. H.L. ... 


G. Intro 




Anutuenn, tir uioient Ctmldee Tmnslatioii. 
Authudned VoRtum. 

square linuilcMb*, jii the Ttuct of iWm TraiwUtiun, mark i«rpplti>d words : in the NoteM J 

tUcy serve to dutui||,ajUh the Tran!«Utur''« explaiiatiutu* irum the Nut*M* of others. 
Cudiceft, or writbrn ctrjMnmif thn Hehraw ScriiHurw. 
culleeiivL' ; or, culleelivuly. 

Dr. Benjauiiti L)avu>h* Student's Hfbri'w Lexiwin (A-slicr, 1872). 
Dr. A a r>uvidwin'rt Hetwcw Symax (T. & T. ClflrU. 1«I6). 
Kurly [iriutttl tHlitinim of tin? Hebi\'w Bibk' (M82 IM5j. 
M|uul!>, Uf<|,uivuU>iit to. 
fulluwiag- vbrsu, or vuraen. 
Fucrst'fi Hebrew Lcxiwn, translated by t>r. S.imuel Dftvidson (Williams & Jf o«»te, 

Dr. lieorgn Adam atiiith. author of CVmimi'ntnry on bninh, llie TwHvct Prophets, Ac. 

Dr. C. I). Gin.iburt;» Iiitntdurtion tu tbv* Mawwjretticj-Criticiil edition of th<-' Hebrew 

Biblf(18iJ7 : pp. I lOl'S). ("G. Intro." not to be confounded with rinipk- "Intro."— 

H'hinh itiif.) 
GirutbuT^'A Hi*lm^w Xotett ti> hin edition of the Helirew Ttihltt. The refiponsiljtlity fur 

the tmiiHlation of Kuch of tlie above notes as ore b'ire );iveu rests exclu.>iively on 

the Tr.Liialator of The £.hphaki»ei) Uiblk. 
Giiir*burtf'.i R**vise<l }lebr\"W Notts* (on Geo. i. 1 to vL 8), givea in Appendix IV. of 

the uTk>vc "lotniduction." 
GinaliiiTv thmkt it Bltuidd b«> (oa fuUowit, in any jinrttPiilar note to K. O. T.) : Thuva 

are r^odinnt »iii|<gi*«ted by context and sen.'Ms but not xiipportt^ by the aacioat 

VerKJoiiH ((j. Iiitrix, pp. lii2, 170; cp. unt*, Intni.. Chap, Hi. (I. 1) p. IS. 
Ge4M'iiiiiVs H'^brew Gminmnr, translated by Dr. Benjamin Dnvies, late of Regent'a ' 

l-*ark Collef^f. j 

Hebnjw. N.I).: when "lieb." intivxluces diver^^'nt ttpetUiigs of pruper nninee, with 

H^ire^ nttAched to each, the rehttive fn.-<)ueney of the twu spetliugs in thus briefly 

tliAt in. 
in thitt {ilaoe. 
lutroduetiun to thw Bibla See " G. Intro.'* for Oiiuhutv'g Introduction. 

Tanrnm nf .TiinathAn : ('hnldtn* (Anima!nn) (lamjitimite on JuHhuo, Judges, Samufil, 
KingK, Isninh, tfereminh, Ka^kiel, niift 12 Minor I'rophebi. Nirt ho old or jmre oa 

Onkclos, but a vrtiiiahh; aiixiUary t<i tithor I'riiical ttourcen (KitKi's Cych).). 

Ttie Mawutmh : a inatvinal directi»ry, indicating on almost every line in the mArgin 

nf the MS. Uibles how the letlei-;*, woriK himw*. and phm*"!* are la Ije written 
aoiMrdtiig Ui till- tn(iMt anripnt nih-s hiid down by thus«? who eompilnd, iirww^rved. 
and iraiisiuiltt'd the Canon i>f the Old Testament Scripture*. Thin iuvalual>l«* 
key tu the text of the Okl Te»tnni«it in ealUxl MuMonih (tnntition), because it was 
tnulitiuiially handi-d down by the authorised and profetwiuiuil HerJbeK, who after- 
wordn rniimiitti'd it to writinir. N'o «iik-1».' MS. ti/iitains thtt whole. To obtju'n 
thf wlioh> Mjuwuiirtur ap|iamtiif it wa.H e.h»oliiU-lY iiiM;r5*.s.lfy to )>xKnHnM minutelv 
all the .'n-cvssiljh^ MS^. Tbi.-s work hod never hwii dune )<efopu, until forty yvjirn. 
ago Dr. Uinabury liegan the work, .\ftor twenty y»a>n«of iiM'ft'wanttiitxiur liecvtin- 
inem'nl pn'ntinK the MaMMii-ah. He oflenvnitlH fnuiiud a text which erul>idier1 
the iV!*iiltH i)f lii.'^ n-snarches. Thin text— the Hebrew Bible edited by l>r. 
(tiiiti)Hir:^ aii<l ju-«rtnpsiiii-d hy Ht-'brt-w Niitt-s— wft?i publinhud hy tlie Trinitanau 
Bible Sciciety in 1S!M, thirty-tnre«> yenrx after the work of oJhitinfr was U^ttun ; 
henc-«' tlio name " Thi* Miowon-tit-o-Critital i'<litinii of tlu' Hehn'w Bidle," Jacob b. 
Chayim. editoi^uf the Hebrew Iteceived Text, had neither time nor uppertunity 
tocolhite the different MSS. in tin* diffcnml iMtrt.-^nf KumiK--. Hence that wlui-fi 
M he prinOid in th*- margin and at the cind of hi.-* great Bibh; (I.'ISJ 2.^) is nut riieMy 
a small part of the Mai>.»[mdi, but in exceetiingly intjorroct. (Ci»nden«ed from thr^ 
^iuoburg'a "Prviiaionnl'' Ciroulof, iwutnl in 18till, and rv-tMiK'<l in ISM.) 

^^^^^ ^^^^^^ TA BLE9. ^^^^^P ^ 

TaBLK ll.~-<itmtinaed. ^H 

ILC.T. MiuMwretioo-Criticnl Text (Gin«burff'« Edition of th Hobww BihU*). This duiiun ^H 

ijtoft«n pnctically the aikiae oa *'}i.T." lMA8wm*tic Tuxt) ia urdin&ry Biblioal ^H 

mL -•»*«.**«.. tnoa' frc>ely. ^^^^H 

Hit... ^.... iQoro liberally. ^^^^^H 

Dute^ nutaft* ^^^^^^H 


Mark whII ^^^H 


The rbtfiinl (JfMuniiDi : A Hvbn-w and EnffliKh Lenioon of the Old TtwUmunt. boiind ^H 
oil tl»o Lcxieou of Williflin (iosenitw. ftditod by Kiuscm Brown, |J.I>., F*nvt>iiiHirt ^H 
Prufeiwor of Kel>r«w niid the annate Iftit^iinge^ in the Union Tlinohi^ui] ^^| 
tieminnry ; with thu co-uju.-ratioii uf S. K. Drivkk, D.D., Kt^ifiun Pr>jf)_-iv«r uf ^^| 
Hebivw and Cniion v>f Chtit«t Cburch. Oxbird ; nud Ciiarle-s A. BiiKioK, I).!)., ^^| 
Kdwitrd Kubtiisun I'rufi^»N>ir uf Biblienl TbtM>Iogy in tho Union ThL-olo^ual ^^^^H 
3einitiary. Printed at the CUiei.don Pn.-^, Oxfurd. (Pnrta I. IX., lSi)2-l»>0.) ^^^1 


t " 

Tugum of Onknine*. Thought t.i lie the uldeHt Antnifcnn vemion extant. On th''.* ^^^^H 
wb<ih>. Iit4>ml und faitbfuL Hiubly vahiMl liy •lewH. Hitb. Tc>xt uuv Mr>iiibtiiaua bo ^^^^H 
iutifndc-<l bv it wht^ii !^-veral ]Ii.-Ij. M-S^. ti^xv tlmi-vwith. [Mr. H. Davidson, in ^^^^H 
Kittu'6 Cycl.. Vol. in., pp. !MH-t)tiiI.) ^^^H 

0. T. ApL Old T«Ument Appendix tu The KurUASisED Bihle. ^^^^| 

P.B. , PolyctiruDie Bililf. ^^^H 

petit. ■■ pcrhaiw. ^^^H 

pL ^^^H 

pn>b M prububly. ^^^^H 

prxyp. pntiMtrly. ^^^| 

ILV,.. Iltiviiwd Veraton. ^^^^^ 

(AmU.] . indictttect tb&t the reading in (luestion Ims l««n preeerved in the uutrt/in of tlie first ^^^H 
Rbbbiniu Htblf^ liil7. ^H 

^^^L rOfiL itM5l tecbnicntly fur ci>ii%-t']ik*)itH.-, iii>tU>iul of tbi> ^taMHl)^■ti<; k'ri. See »linj " irriMm/* ^^M 

^^^P U'Jow ; aad cp. uu K'thiv tuid AT'/i' lutro., Cbap. III. (I. 2, C, i.). ^^| 

■ Sum, Saiiiitntan PiTitaU-udi : uf Ktr-it vjibic . hs Imviri^; iihih- ilitwn (U'»"v c»r Iii«8 purely) ^^| 
1 from wxy Atioimit pjKi>mpUi>. At-i-oMiiii; t'> i«.>iu<.', iiiboriti.'d finm tht* Tt;u ^H 
^^^. Tribe*: nocitrdinfr to ntberx, <>xrciiU>d nlmut tbc end of tho 4th century B.c. Ic ^^| 

^V Kitto'n Cyt-l., Vol. ![]., pp. :4i-.-75-i.) ^H 

Seji. TliP Soptuat^nt voniidTi of thn BibV* r'LXX."): or"(in*i*k Bihiu"; ex(.*cuted in ^^| 
Alfxniidrift, iitniut 150 B.i'. KM|Kfiftllj' vnlunblc n-n having buett madu ftuiu very ^^^^B 
uuci^ut Helirew EKef»pl&r>s aoiih* of which aro dow lodL ^^^^H 

ijing. .., . - singiiUr. ^^^^^| 

So ii flhd. be ■ ' SugK<^-tt^l by the cuntext niid wiriiw!, rnni supported by the Veniiooa. (Ci. Tntiu. ^^| 
1112, 170. (.'p., rri'f'-. ltitn>.. Chiip. \\L (I. 1). ^M 

Sp. v.r. (Hvif) A spiH.-iiil oltiA« of varioun nvidiiitf^ tit which Dr. Ginaburg ftttnolioa ffre&t imiiurbuice. ^^| 
C'lt. antr, Intn^, Ch&p. 111. (L -', C, ii.). ^| 


Syrinc Vorston : nrndc from the Hebri.-w, and woa old finough in the days of Kjibrcm ^^| 
(4th cent. A.l). ) t^i nei-il fxpUtintion of utMcuru ti?riitt. First ViThion from tbi* ^^| 
Hebrew nriKiuul iundi< for CbriMtiaii use; nud. iudtxxl, tbu only ventUiii of that ^^| 
kind bofort' that of .lerinnf, wliiph wns uimie »ul>-ii»<ment to the time when ^^| 
Kphmm wiutc (Dr. S. P. Tnii^a- !]<:•>« in Sinitb'M Bible Diet., Ainor. url. 3KS3, ff.) ^H 


Tn>celld!t' U«j>wiiiu!!i : (teaoiotix'a }Iebi-ew and L'lmldue Lcxiam, tmiislnted by I>r. ^^| 
8nmiiel PriHetLux Tifgelle^ (lsri7 ; Bagatcr). ^^| 

Uitually (or ootnmanty) rcndenKl am foUowd ; tho nllumativc rentlunng being tlion ^^| 

VaL . . Ttit; VuttnkCc TRmiou of the Bible. £tecuted by Jerome, the Lktia Btaiulard i>f tho ^^^^| 
Kunun Catliotic Church. ^^^^H 


%rTitt'tl .... 

use^lt for (xmvenieiK^, for tlx-' Uaasurotic K'thir. See "rerr<£" almve: and cp. ^^| 
Intro., Oliap. III. 1 1. 2, C. i.l. ^H 


XL 1 

V 1 



S10N8 OF Emphasis. (See antey Inirodvctiony Cftapter II.) 

The aipne used in the Old Testuneut are the same as those employed in the New— namoly, 

'.I Ml \\ and < >. 

Those most frequently adopted are the two which call for decided stress :— 

(1) tl II, when the English words appear in their usual, uninvertcd order, though the corre- 

sponding words are known to be emphatic in the Hebrew. 

(2) < >, when there is an inversion in the English arrangement as well as in that of the 

Hebrew. — Sometimes the inverted and emphati(»Jly preplaced portion of the sentenoe is of 
some length, extending to a Hue or more. In such cases the angular marks frequently 
appear in darker typa (tbuH < », so as to be conspicuous, thereby also setting free the 
lighter marks to rfiow a short invention within a longer one {cp. Jer. vii. 6. (i). If it be 
remembered that a closing angular rugn never completes a sentence, but always demands a 
sequel before the statement is finished, both mind and voice will be materially assiated. 

(S) The two signs (', and [ |) are used almost indifferently to denote slight emphasis ; the accent 
being generally preferred for single words, and the single upright lines for the inclusion of 
more than one word in the effect. 

*,* Any givipliJItMtion obaerrable in this method, n$ eomjxtrfd vnth that followed m the New Tettftment^ 
may he fairlit set down to tlie $impler elemcnta and atructtirc of Hetnvto compotitioiu The principle 
throughout i$ the «ini«. 

' , 




J 1. Thf t'ini Act^Hint of CrtatioA. Thr Sir [ktpn' 
Work : tht ^trvrtUA Da»'» tt/mt. 

1 > -cIb the bc«tnititie>' God'"- enwtecl" tin* 
faraveiu «ud the emrth. 
' No* NthqcATtli;!-' hftd lienitnowiMU* *tn! wilH." 
anJ Mitricnwwli' was i.n the fee." of iIk- njortng 
detJp.'-but" lithe Spirit a((iodll wa« lmwiiiii« ' 
on thp face of thu WAtorw.* i And 

Got! Mud'— 

Licht, U''. 
And ItKht wa* . * .\nd God mw* the U«ht. 

•<»r: "At flr»t." TTio drtlniU- artiob in lb« Kndmtur. 
" lu the bfiotminif.' >»nDut >«f«lr 1m> prfu l. iiwamucti 
•• t^^ irfiiNM. w«y, u prtfemd l>y uuin enc»llan 
In-nt^t iiud tnodvni, bo atmplr nxurtnod with wluit 
rtjrH,ii« , -• [], Uif ix-uinmnf; of O'jd'H cattritiff," te, 
"1' T :>intl ttffitiHlirv-- <iud-bpad' 

.1" U^i.-N' HI,., p. p. 
~ ncd thai, nlthoiiirli tla*>m iit 
]>:i.r.l in !..nii, >••( wli.u. »■ b.-w-, it Wiuiit-tniM with n 
fwli m thi- mutful'tr. it in mniimllv nin^iUr in «■(»>«•; 
»-p-«*ll)- «n^ thf ■• (jlund oj -iiullty •■ .ir "t-xwll^o'" 
^ 1"1 , "* Urbrew In civu-n whiTc tV rvrp7«nc« U an- 
•utiiithlr t" •Himrthin^ which imiNt !«• uiidvntuod in the 
■loiruliir QtunStT. 
■ '"l-niji. 'ti. nit' iir 'rarvf'- lu-nop. '(.»nii,' 'en^te'"- 
Ibt^uv'D.I^, p. lut; "^i*"— o.(i.: not i 

•ttnly. imr jreiiBTsUlj-. to mnkr intt h* nfithiiw, en, w 
tl, JI : «h;t;>. ii a ^ iin-i Xuiii. x\t- .■m. rtfi?iin; (Jii, uut- 
4ile Ihia tM««in?, DO CMimplc in It,.- (J.r. no titi finiml 
«hcR4D o iimkinir out of DiitrmiK ii. jiUihIt iDtendftl 

br the H^^. l-,e..\ U.f i-».!.r w!i .,.t- on th«t 

WewiiaR Iifrr d.H- ^1 (ID liiHiinii ii'MiHiniibility. The 
pstaitom mtiiJiliKlKni or ililli.uliii-« .^»KHil.l .t1 oinirfm 
■ "iiltvi. 

...lihiuiiaiiQ "t]it<Mith" in vpr. 2 i«juil» rejrnlar. 
; iiiuxj., Ch«p. tl. fiyiiirtw-, -I.M . TlM? rttf<rt of it 
i..i*-L-{j)4ogle«ut "the ciuib"rit4[n vwr. I,(or*pecI*l 
1 1 •(itiuttftt. 

* nrh ■■ MAw wtt^n. En<f(-nt)r ui ItlimnaU'^ ohntio. 
with H iilny i« the Miund "MMiOiirioC"'. Tno two 
W'tvlit i^nu ttwitlipioiiij,- in Ii, xxxir. 11 : Jet. iv, 23; 
^.T-iTi.;.!'* wtitcli frtii.«r the candu^ii thiit Iww Btno 
•' ' ■ i*"" M-niiitdf im-Hoiw ovf-rthrow. rAht 
^ ■B'l liiBfvi'iMlctli/T totli. Hpu. xxxii. 10; 

r-. .-yH. 411; U. liiv. Hi; xxxiv. n ; etc. . 

'I I.. ■; . 1, :v t,. 

» ll*li. flulm; >H-lJ. '■Um: nbT*." 

* TJti* "t-ir ■' f- nut liHUinudt-d ty tbo partirle mmw Id 
liwtlf. 1 ■ n .iumlly imt iif ths tMKiOr nf tb«t 
el«<w- .' 

<11iitl.. ■'br»(iilioir"-«n noirt mid«rtnjr 

"^ " i- 'ii"--* '■ii^nfHtiic: ^ftw it rividly dt- 

■ rit.hiiin ..f iiii-i|.|i.'itt lift-, NM « pivpantlori 

f •' Th» [Mrti('i|.i:il rmiii irf tm-h k wonl 

' -^vt, niorv ur 1<-^ Irnf^hoiiM, rstfacT 

«i-4 act. Htafwiiiw whtn It dom, 

'' tionuf tbv cntulitiiin uf things on 

■" five iiMiidstf of the MIX Anyn Uitk 

* - ji«-n (if tkae twu ImpurtitatverM'it 
• ' 1- f'iU(iw>: — 

■ ■•>! th* jiTP-rnt nrder .if thisuni] , 
' . *lui|>od fir f<.>nii«d ttuumlmK tnliU ' 

*.-.. .,,,1,.- ujr hi-nven^ itthovo] nnil the c«rth I 
Ibnofwi, I 

•• Sow Iho mrth , iTniihaiaKM idlnin«tic«lly fur th« 
porpM «l >tt>irhDit it .,(it f..r am tvnuu-k] hud be- 


thftt it wnji ^ikkI',— nnd God divUled* |the 
lifflit: fniin the UUrkiteaei; ; ^ and Gfid i.villc«l' 
thf llglitl Udayll, \mi <thc d»rkDe«> uaUvtl 
he Unightll- >ili it Ktia* trrrniap — «nd ft irn*' 

morniiiff, {one' dng\.'* 

" And G<n1 Haid', 

Let tlieru be an L-xpuiw in the midst of the 

wat4.-R>, —and Int it be ■ means of dividiiif, 

hetwcou w»ttfr» and wat«».* 

^ Anil iUid madt*' thf ^xiiunMi, lud it divided 

between the WAtan thnt wen* under* th» ex- 

puue and the watora that won' «liave' the ex- 

IMoaa. And it vneT mx" <*ADd God calli^d' 

I the exijuuel llheavensll. So it misfrtHinjr 

— nnd it tent mornimf, n \trrotviV ila^\. 

• And God said'— 

l«t tlio watera undt^r thu heavens lU- fr>thend 
t<)frolli»T I into uiir*' plnctr. and l«t the dry- 
ground' apiNnar'. 
And it wiw' t»(..r m And God calkHi' | tlit? 

eomg waitA «nd wild .[in-bubl)' br prevlotw wta^ 
tnmlie] ; and darknt-w ' irtD|)has»iea n* nVintit tn bs 
dout mthl wa* on tho f«o» of the ^>- i . ' i>ut 

^pvenwiuff thti minA fur » iww onli t -hr 

^^t of OchI «u broiMliiir 'with t| H vtl 

on the face of the waten. 'And I thmg^ Udnir mt ; 
vDch bdaff the rtate of the earthl OodMiil ia»dtli«» 
the renewinir, n-creatinr dirlno new enmnwno*]." 
'Or: "became," "oamo to be." Oiimnwted with thir 
opmlaff wocd "mo," the afaiptc ycrb "wan" bun tbo 
HIM forue. Cp. Tvaea tl, UI, ID, 29. 81 . 
■Bra w«U-att««tedBeb. [diam = "a BrvtiUy." 

Hero giaou mi timl coragvau rtep> in and daimii 
it* iiwn. Twu war* "f oxpluimntr thin stiikltw 
"refrmin" xm ci>ncelviib1<!( — the* nn«, anniittiiul nod 
nb«ird:thf ntlipr, at nni'elirinitand lutnimjiu. ISiUter 
thi* ^z-timm-n>p«Mt44l dtatemmt ia a mvre extnuKuu* 
patcli at inftiinuatini], hiivinfr no oTinulic <ioon<wtinn 
with the ci6ativ«act« «ni,ini4wt whiih it » lultitd -which 
O'l thuugfatfal raader t-»n M-noufly KUptMiw' — nr (tliw 
UD (nub aocanrDor it ifrawii uut of wnat htu* t^m" 
bffon. Thlabeins ponetided, and the wonl- then X^inj 
mmnuttlo^y r«nudted, the r«ndpT i« on thv litfrh t-itjl 
to X rorm't d«-iphcmw>nt nf th? dxy*. ti* itiNlfiiriiled 
rather than min-dividcd. Did Ihtt otlliiitr fnrlli nf 
" Utrbl " (,t>iu^tul« thu dnt mumiutf ' If it did. Uwa 
the pr^rioiM " darlnwM " aiul tlio i>tvpar«t4irr 
" bi^xidiiifr " muat Kuivljr Itavc t^oniitiLuUil the ftnt 
"I'vcoing." Then bnw Inag w»* thi- flrTt dur .' If an 
nun knowi. than nu ooe laui my what wa« too Icni^ 
of theabtoaya. Ihvoitlal hamMoy viwsMta aa a ero'wn 
to the exqiMb : That, aa la man the Unla workert 
doinv a ankU worii on rix xhort daya, m* la Ood the 
irrcni wnrktT, d'tin^r a Inrtco work on »ix long, tmx- 
muHung days. 
■ f;'. (w. wp /: "And it whuaii" «bil bcaddod -" a. 
■> <■;<. (w. Sep., : "And it wax ao," An^ ahd beouiaed — 

0.r.n. ^ 

r Tha SapL here add* : — fl 

And tlie -waten ware Katheml tiavBar, from uadi r 
the heavena. tato their pUoe. and the diy grpund ai • 
paand.— 0.rJk. 



OENE9IS I. 11— ;»; IT. i— 5. 

dry-ffiuundj .|lAndl|,hat<thi>gatlicnji{rto}i«Uier 
of the watcr8> unlliKl he |aeiis|. Aud Gud 

8»w' that it wne |};txxl|. 
" And ihid «aid' — 

Lvt Uieliuid put-forth veftetatiiiw— herb' ywW- 
iii)j; M-ed, fruit'trtv.' Wnnutf fruit, nfter its 
kind, whutiu? heei) is within it, un the Urid. 
And it whh' m^t. " Am] the Iniid I>nm(;ht -forth' 
vu^-tAtiun — hiirh* j'i»Ulin|^ jwH-d nfU:r it« kinil, 
and tnv' bittritig fruit, u-h()»<f khwI ih within 
it. (iftiu- itfi kind. And God nkw' that it wait 
|{^>odj. ^* So it KUJ err.nin(} — amt it tnui 

mof^itifv. \a t/iird' dajf\. 

'* And ii'tti Miid'— 

Ll'I thmv be luminarinti' in tbu exfniuu uf 

thte livavontt, to dindi* tM.>twet.*n the day uul 

the night, — and h>t them \jv fur Hifput, uid 

for HCftsiinti,* ftnd for dav« tuid yvnn ; '• yea 

Itii tbnm be for hiniinarii.'H. in the expaoae 

of the h«aveiiA, to give ligbc uu the earth. 

And it whh' so, >• And God mftdu' the two 

gre&t' luminaries,— the grcfttor lumiiuiry to rule 

the dny, and the letter luminary to rule the 

nijfht, :»Im« the -itani!!. i' And ttod set' them 

in till' expnnne of the heavcnti, — to give light 

vn tli<' earrh; "and to rule over the day nud 

over tho night, aud U* di\ide the tight from 

the darkness. And Ood Ha.w' that it was 

|g(Kxt|. ^ So it MU eveninff—and it letu 

mominff^ |rt/our*A' dnt/',. 

« And liod said'— 

i#t th<; waters ttwann' fwritli] an abundance 
tff living iioul,'' and I'lnrdn^l Mhall (ty over 
^ earth, I over the fnireof tlio uxpanne <>f 
the heavens 1'. 
■" And God creatt^l' the great Hea-moniit4M«, -*a)id 
every hving nuul tliat movnth - [^^•ith] which 
t)ie H'at<.*r»»u'ara)tKl' after their kind, and every 
winged bird— after its kind. And (i*id tww' 
that it wati Igoud!. "And G<k1 M«»*t?d' them. 
Be fruitful and multiply, and fill thtu vmcers 
in tbc minx Mid let Lthe birdiiii multi[^y in 
the land. 
* Sfi it wn* cfenituf—avd it iniii monthfj^ |ii ,/f/ItA' 
(to*/ 1- 

'-»* And God «.id'- 

Lot tb« Ittjid lliring fiirthi livingcoul^afterits 
kind, tanie-l»tgwf" aiKl L^pr^eping thing and 
wild li*iMt^ ii( thw land, after itn kiml. 
And it wa*t' »«. ^ And Gtid niaile' the wild- 
beB*t' of th« land, aftwr its kind, and the 
tnniL'-beaat. aft<^r its kind, and every creep- 
ing thing of the ground. nfU-r it« kiniL And 

■ Snoaomd. w. f>«m.. J(>ci.. 
8«p,. Syr.. Vul, : 'anci 
fmit tn* " -**.n. 

* Inter.V'^tdKfafied; 
bure mA'6r, affDrdlnit 

* Himt )iki>ly " mcrn^ 
*«<ait.iiM"— O.G. Cp l**. 

^ Knt« the cuJHivv u»v of 
tbe wonl. wn& word : 
vvs%. 31, 24, ao ;wh(<ra ttw 
p«ttiti%-v Knw) i»4B t<c 

uirrfullj- o(«i*Tvi!id'i, itiiil 
H. 7. lit, cti'. Cp. X.T, 
Ap. : "Hitiul." 

■ Pivp, "dutab "; mp. 
" lam*"." 

'Ml: -IJvtav thinijc:" 
" rq>. ' wild,' u Opposed 
to 'tani**" - Oaviai' 

H.Ii. ■* =ieilil itfumtl*, 
<in aMtmat of thdr vital 
roCTKT,* ii'l activity " — 
O.G. aJS.S 6. 



God SAW tllAC it WftB 

Gwd Mud'— 

Let lift make man* in ffur image, after ouf 
likoncHn, - iLud let them have dotninion over 
th*; ftrtb of the i(eo , and over the tnrd of tl** 
hiyiveuB, and over the tume-bea*t— and ovit 
all tbe land,'' and nver m-ery ertiopiug thing, 
that croepeth on the land. 
-'• And God created' the man jia his own imago |, 
<In ibii imiige of God> cre*l«l ha |liimt, — 
<Mideand fema]<i> rrealod he Ithem'.*^ 
^ And litKl bltssMud' tbein, and Gi>d Maid' tn 
Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth, 
and HuUbie it, — and lutve douuniuu over 
the filth uf tU* M:a, aud o\er the bird of tbe 
heavens and over every living tiling that 
nioveth on tite land.** 

" And fJod said' 

Lo ! I IittVe gi**en Ut yim— ever>- lierb yielding 

seed whieh ia on tht fatv of nil the land, 

and fvi-ry tree wherein is the fruit of a tn«^ 

yielding HeecJ,— <t*j ymi> bIuII it be, for 

fotifl ; ** and Ut eveiy living thing of tbo 

land-- and tu evenr* bird of tliD heaveiut. and 

to every thing that movetb on the laiid, 

wlifn?in is a living soul, Huvery green bnH> 

fur food 1. 

And il wo»' f*i>. ■' And God saw' t*vury 

thing which he IumI umdu, aud lu ! it vean \ very' 

gO()d|. iio it irat rrminiz—unrt it wvia 

WKMtiiii;/. \thf nixlk' df}/\. 

' Thu« were 6nished' tlie heiivenH anil theeartb. S 
and all their lioct. ' Thu-i iU*} fini»h(Ml' |ou the 
fteventh* d»y| hiR work which Imi' ha<l made, 
And rented/ on the wventli day, frcKn all his 
work which he Imd loade. 'And God bleflwrd' 
the aeventh' day, and hiilluwed it,— becaujus 
<tlicn.nn> rested he from all his wotk which 
God I by oreatingl had mode.' 

Jj2. Secvttd Aceaiint of t'ltittion; Thr Oarden — 
JfiiM iintfcr Comnutnd — The I'^rmatioH of 

*i|Thrwi| are tht? gen«»r«'' of the heavetu* aud 
tbu earth, when tlit-y were cpentt-d,— in tlie djiy 
when Yahwelt' G<id made oarth and heaveaa. 

* Nnw Hiio bush of tbe field II m yot— whs iu the 


*m*b: 'Adi.'U». f*nil> akiu 
in 'odMvAJt, " gmiii)<) " 
i.cbap. ii. 7) — Duviw. 
Pwrrt. "Birth-born" 
KaUMch. lYrb. : " tul." 
'• ruddy "-T.G. 

•• Oi (w. Syr.^' ; "over all 
the wild-bewft* ut the 
land" -O.n. 

' Thu first UMti^ii of inH*Lr]' 
in the Bible, l p. Intro., 
Chap. I., p. S. 

* Thfl Svp. Budii the \mv 
tbun i.after the wool 
"hcaVea*") : — "«n<l 
r verall tamo-boastH, «ad 
OTor all [ ttw wad<4Mai«i 
of] the uind, and (>\vr 
every crDepinir thinti that 
crct-poth on thi' limd "— 

* A correction iw. Bum. ft 

e«p.l: "iiuith"— O.r.n. 
'Or; "cvaMd," "lumc , 
wbbntb." "tJtid'a - * " 

■liw* mthrr fit>a 
jiiy <if ju^hlcrcrarut 
rrflmthotelicfoffRtl., . 
— Munihy. Cp. Pii. xcv. 
11.; lleb. Ut. U. 16; iv. 
I 11, 
• " Ilfl iiutdc ermtirelj, i.r, 
pvrh. l>>- mnJcing It an«w 
(lut of cIi«'^"~Ui»%iB»' 
ILL. itaUwrOiITmiiUy : 
" wi Hn to mjikc or m 
tiMlcmgi whi^-h. he dtv- 
at«i"— O.U. 617- .7.b [<t\. 

^ " lit. bfj-iiiHiit (jr *AnMi( 

tekich ftiitrrJrii /r*ttH 
iHem "— O.O. «0. 
' See Intro., Cbap. IV. 


GENESIS a. 6-20: IIL 1-8. 


with, tuad lino herb of the field I u yet hftd 
Hprong up,— hecAUse Ynhweh HiA had notaent 
nun' <in the «i,rth, and iinuuii w« iht-re none' 
t<» till llip ^Tnimd ; •* tnit m vnpoiirl went up 
fnim the wirlh, — and wnWred nil the faw of tho 
pixniml. ' 8<) then Yahweh Ofxl formed'' miui. 
[(■f the] duM of tht» (rnmnd. And hrtathwl in hirt 
tuwiriU ilw t»rp*th'' of life*"— Bnd niaii bucam** 
a living Html. 

* And Ynhwfh (J'x! plAnttMl' « if:irden in Ed».'n, 
iin ch*- wiiit.-ftrtd put IIk-Ti'' iIh^ inan wUom Iwf 
)uul fornic^J. 

* Ami Yaiiweh Gud litiUJtwl to sprint; ^'P' "*>* "f 
tlw jtniund, f%'tT.T tn»' plejuant t*i Uk; siylil and 
ifimd frjr fijijj, —and the tn* uf life, iu tlif niid-tt 
<if ttie garUi'ii, (Uid the trve uf die knuwletli^ uf 
jfirtd and cnl.** 

■" Now m rivtTi' wna coming forth out of Eden, 
t*t waU-T the (TBnden,— and <fnim tbeucv> tl 
jmrlc'vl, and lieuuue four hviul;ii.' ^* llTliu nainc 
uf tht> un« ' ii* riHliun,— ; the -ante :l u tlmt wliiub 
MitTi>uniIi;th all th« Innd of Havihth, where ii 
tpild ;' '^ morcijver 'the gold of that laud : hi 
IpKid,— <tlien?> i.t the bdelhum.aiid the t»eryl 
Atotii'. ''^ And I, the name of the MMxmd' riverll 
Ls<;ihfin,— thewametl i* tlmt which nurrimndeth 
all tliH laud of Cush. •'And |ithe nntne of the 
tliird' nv-cr is lliddekel, Hthe Hnme is tlint 
which ^xitli in frunt of AMyria ; and htlie fmirtli 
nv«r I i* Kuphmtea. 

" Sj Yuliweh (i*>d UtoW the mail, —And placed 
him in rlie gnrden of Eden, to till it. and to 

'* And Yuhweb Ood laid command' an tlw man. 

<0( ever>- tree of the (farden > thou nmyestt 
:teat,i; >• hut <of the tree of the knowledge 
of gixKland ovIl>'* thou bh«h not <-at of it,— 
f'tr <in the day thou eate»t ttH;re<]f> thou 
.diali idtu:. 
'* And Yahweh l*<;d mid'. 

It i« not Koodil that the niau ^hoidd remain' 
alone,— I will make for liJni a lieli)er. n« his 

* Now Yahweh God had formed' from the ground 
ew-ry livin^t thinp'' of the field, and everj- bird 
uf the hiaivenv which lie bntu^ht In unto the 
man. tliat he might »eo wlwt hu tihoiddi rail 
it, and <whAtBocver the man nlK»uld cidl it— 
any Uving aou1> litlintil i^houM be tlie name 


■ Ollt.'' 


^. |m ixiv. »> . X.B.: uri> 
Itnl t/i Duin's «iiint ui 

■ .-h. \ii. I. 


)i )• citlii-T 

-lib f^'if, 

, i: l^x. lU. 7). 

' t'KXkii. 8: «xxiu- 

i iM, w. -^ - Ihu 

■ the 


.' tti|5(me» , 

iiJMtni/Tt, •* tlif 

«jit« rtf liviDfr <nitiM," 
"lifp." It i!" tiiiiiifn tl) 
build ttn nrvtnoent on 
thu ptiiml. Cp, "fiM»>n" 
fur " fnte" chap. i. 2 , 
mill miiiiT olhvz «<>ii|n. 

••Or: "of liltJ-iiing and 

' (*i : ■•b^TfinninCT." 

'3X1: "the (f.H"— wob. 
tlwt Kitii'lf) - <rf mpKMm." 

* Or: "kuwiI." 

••tit. •■wilil-Wn-Ht." fp. 
cliMp. i. 1*4 u. 

'Or '■w..ulcl." Hut |^^■tb- 
'•■^holJ^!"— ■« ir tl) my, 
" Thiit dip tuiiD, M^-in|f 
it, mlBlit ili^tcnnini- wlmt 
nmul'i txi itM tlttlii^' 

therwi. " So the man gftve' DMDca to all 

the taiiie>bea8lH,- and U.* tlio btidft** of tfaa 
litiavetis, and to all the wild-bctuitA* of thu 
Held,— but <formau> Lad there not been fmind 
a hel|jer, as bib counterpart. =" So Yahweh 

infd cauHx) a deep fllocp to fall on the man. and 
he nlept, — and he took one of hi.t nb», and cIosimI 
up flejJi instead thcruof. » And YabweJi OiuX 
buildnd' tlie rib wlueb he bad taken from the 
man iutu a woman, and brousbt her in unto 
the man. ^ And the u&n daid. 

i;Thu* ' iiutr [Dowii in bone of my lionen, and 

Ue«ih of my flcHb '. 
uThiM'! une (ihall be ouUwi Woman/ f4»r <out 
afamau>*' hath thw one liwn taken. 

** <Kor thiH Miu»e> will A man tuave Iuh father, 
and hid mother, — an<l eleavu uiiUi Inn wile, 
and they* shall liecome <mw)' fleali. 

5"* And iliey wi.>re lx»th of them luiked, the man 
and hisvcife.— and putm^t enoh other to uluime.' 

§3. Pattulite Ifttiti If tKff triumphant : Foilh in 
taofTfite: ike Trtc of JAft ftuartleU. 

' Now lithe serpent!'* wa* more crafty llian any 3 
Uving thing' uf the field which Yahwdi God 
had made,— so he said unto the woman. 
Can it really be. that God hath said, 
Ye Hhall not eat of every live of tlw t;arrlen ? 
- And the woman said' unto the serpent,— 

<0f the fruit of the tree*' of the gardin> we 
may eat; ''but <tif the fruit of tht- tree 
wliich U in tht: midst of ttie garden > <#od 
hath' said. 
Ye xhall not eat of it. neither ahall ye tondi 
it, — leat ye die. 
* And the »erpent wiid' unto the wumau,— 

Ye shall not die i,*^ * Kor Ood doth know, 

that < in the day yc (»it thereof > thenflball 

your eyes l»e oivtn*d', — and ye »ihall become 

like G<:xl,' knowiikg good and evil."' 

" And <when the wuiiiaii Miw' tliat the tree wna 

g()o<l' for ftx>d, and that it wa« dewrable' to tlw 

eytw. Mild xUr tn-K waN pleasant' to make one 

kui)wirig> tben look slie of the fniit thereof, 

nnd did eat, —and Ate gave to her huxlxiud aIao, 

alotig with her, and be <Ud eat. "^ Then 

w»)re oiMJued' the eye<« of them Imtli, and 

thtiy knew tluit <nftkeH'> they were', — tto they 

tacked together fig-Ieave«, and made for tliem- 

nelvea girdles. " Then heard they the 

•(•p. chap. i. ai. n. 

■• Home cod. («■ J[ici.i Sep'. 
8yr.. Vol.): "anil tii 
c^erj- bird "—On. 

' Fern. u«»rly-"iihe." 

■■ Uc-b. : •wA'MA, "(«n«l' 
lUiLn" fmm 'iirA, "uuia," 
or"bu*bttn4"'i. l^w^iblj": 
"manwiinl," tlif ■** be- 
inff ttuit or ilirn-'titm. 

■ Il4-b: ~'.*A. Humo iLUtltcir- 
iti» iSam., Sep. have; 
•■(lui «>f hi»r hunband " — 

f Siiinn Jon., S^.. Syr,. 
Vul. itdi] ; " twiiin." 
Our Ham,': "thenrnhiill 
laiiiOM, tit Lhwm. twain" 

« An «xaH nrndorinff. lo- 

dfreetty eooflrmnl hy 

aut« to pTOV. xxvi. 11 

f nuD Sep. 
^ Fur em. nn ""erpeot." 

•Kxi luttu.. Chap. II., 

HyiMipiia, .-I, a, 
'Or: " »rild-bwM>t"— Cp. 

I r,*. <w. Bop.); "(If Tb« 

tmit of inroiy tree" 

* Kro. " by rrpctititm." (>. 

Iutit>,,t_1uip. II . Srixi}^ 

tin, II, K 
'Oi: "^tAt-." Hob.: 

"' Or: " blenitifc and mi«- 



GKKESIS ni. 9— '24; IV. 1—7. 

wnind' of Yahwoli G<xl. walkinfr to aod fru in 
the piTttBti^ at the brww.- of the day,''— «» ht* hid 
hiiiiwlf — :itlie man with hw wifei, from thr 
facR of Yahwpli fiod, amid thn tn»w <y( tlu* 
gnrdtii. " Aiid Yaliwt'h ihtd iilIUiV tuitm 

thi' mail,— and natrl to him, 
Wlirn* art thiiuT 
*** And hrr said. 

<Thc jKjund" uf thoe> h«ard I in tht* garden, 
-•and 1 wn-« afraid, for <nAlcwl> was 1', 
HO 1 hid niv'self. 
" And ht «iiid. 

Who' told ■> the4> that < nakr<l > cliou 
wast? <Of tho trei-' wheiwif I oom- 

mandixl tliM* not to oftt> haitt thoti eaten? 
n Aiul the* limn >«nid.— 

<TIk' wtmuiii whinii thou diibtt put with ni0> 
1 kIiciI (favt' me of the trw, so 1 did (lal. 
•* Then said Yahweh God to the wotuati_ 
What in thbi* that thou hast dimeT 
And the wouuiu said. 
llThe seni'-ut ; deceived' me. so I did oat. 

'* Thim said Ynhweh God nnto the serjUMit— 
<Becuui«o tliuu hiutt done chi8> 
jAocurm-'dl art thou' abovi* every tame- 
lieHMt, and nlxive every wiUl-lieost" of 
live lield. — <on thy helly> nhalt thou 
fTii, and <duKt> nhalt thou eat, .'01 tlie 
dayn ttf thy life. 
And <Hnmity> will T put Itetwwn thpe, 
and the woman, and hetwifii thy' «eed. 
and her* wwl.— 

ilHeil'' rOiall crush' thy head. 
But ilthou'l flhalt ortiHh' hw hivl. 

•• <Unt«j the woman > he »aid, 

I will liucn^awl thy pain of prf^nnm-y, 
<In patn> i§halt thou h«?ar childivn, — * 
Yet <unto thy hu3lnnd> Hhall be thy 

Though llhal! rule o\-er thee. 

1' And <lo the maii> he aaid. 

<n<Httiiw thou didnt hearken tu the vcrioe of 
thy wife, and so didst eat «j»f the tfve' tet 
to which I commandi'd thw, wiyiug, 
Thrtu idinlt not eat of it> 
Accui-sod' Vx) tho ground for tliy sake, 

<In }»in> ftbalt thou eat oi it, all the diiyii 
uf thy life; 
'" <Thoru abto and thu4tle> ahall it shoot 

forth to thix'.— wht'ii thou huit come to 
eat of tho iierlj of the Held : 

• Or : " vnirt." But 
" MUlul " In Uion) BudUk' 
tic. ftUil Runv niitin to 
th» met iif " walWlug." 

"Uiucool of Oiv irvvnijiK'" 

-IM^-irti' ILL. 
'iU: -trw'." N.B.: col. 

"tr«o'*!»"tpe««.'* Ci>. 

Ber. :xxii. 2. 
•"Or; "lOiowed." 
M>r; "(lWh»t, now|i,ha«l 

thou don«."' Cp. O.tJ. 

•if<\, t. •/. 
' Sep. ajuitan, "ehddt,'' 

■•uirtwtt," "de(*f»^Ji" 

N.T. :2Co. xi.ailTira 

c > 

ii. 14, raw^*.ii«fn, "to de- 
<^ve thoroufdily-" 
' Cp. ehaji. i. «. n. 

* Vul. wrmiffly "phe." 
Fo-dblr "rt*': cp. Km. 
xvi. 30. 

• Suae vord in tbr two 

dauMn. " M'lat of the 
uieient trMwl^torn rcn- 
d« it by croiiliinK"- 
Xalindi. Cp. aiptia Ro. 
5t*i. *>, Or. ittHiiU'o. 
lid: "aau." D«agH«rx 
nflm fneludtd = "cliil- 
dnn." — luxnrdJBff to 
" conteat aad circuia- 


^ <In the Rweat nf thy race> ahalt thou eat 
nrnad, until thou r«*tum to the ground, 
Ix*cau*»f <th6r«fruni> wa.Ht titou taken, — 
For <du«t> thou art,' 
And <ui)todufit> shalt tbou returtL 
'•» So the man celled tho name of hi* wife, Kve,'' — 
in that NImmi wtw made mollier of e\-cry on* 
living. " j\j»d Yahweh LI-kI made for the 

man— aad for liis wife— tunitw of sldn, and 
clothed them. « Then wid Yahwuh. 


I>j ! Ilmanr hath hecome like one of ua, ia 

respet^t of knnwing g(H»d and evil/'— 
liJTowI thervfniv ^Ic^tt hi' thnwt forth hi&' 
hand, and take even of the tn^a of life," and 

eat. and live to timw agivaliiding>' 

•• So Yahwoh (itid put him forth fmtn tlw garden 
of Kdeii, — to till the ground' M-hfrefnun lie hiul 
been taken. •* s^, |,e ex|)elleil the mati, — 

and cauj*c«i to dweU«— in front of the garden of 
Kden — cherubim ,*> and a braM<tiflhiiig aword- 
flame, to keep' the way to the tree of life. 

§4. A " »rnl" njijMini : hut ttiaappoitUt (Cain) wr 
fttih CAM). Ynhicfk tfiva a tithslitMU /«• 

Afttl (SrIhJ. 

' Xow '{the mauii having come tu know Eve hia ^ 
wife,— »lio conceived, and bare Caiii,^ and said, 
I luive g«ilten* a Man, even' Yahweh ! 

' And she went on to Itear his brother, Al>el,"> — 
and Abel became a fi-eder uf dheeii, wlivivaa 
tCain: wasji tiller of the gpoimd. 'So it 

came to \itina <arier certain day!i>" that Cain 
hniught in |of the fruit of the ground] a pre^^mt 
to Yahweh: *l!Abel!| aWj. eveu Ihell brought 
in, of tlie firstlings uf hi* slieep. and of their 
fat.— and Yahweh (ippr<;vtd of .A,Ijel. and of hi* 
pnwent ; * but <of Cnin and hin preat!nt> hu 
Afiprovod uot. -and it angered C-aUx greatly, and 
h^ oounttumnce fell. ' So then Yahweh aaid 
unto Cain, — 
Wlierefore' hath it angered thee, and wlien*- 
fore' hath thy cntintenancc fallen? 

• Sb;dl it not, if thou do right. l>e lifted up?" 

' t>r : " wMt"; cp-ehap. M. 

7 : cp. aim Fn. dU. H ; 

Ec. xii. 7 ; 1 Co. XV. a. 
*> ="Lifo,""tfiveTof Iif*"-" 

"Ufo-«pnnjr." N.B. : 

AtUm'n fiUtta In tho 

' the Dun ** : but tlw 

■rtJclfl prab. that "uf 

^ (h- : " blcvKiDF! and mi^ 

* Plainly impl)riiig tJutt, 

from some ouue, b« bmd 

not yet done to. 
' N.B. : the imfiai«h«a neo- 

t«noe; u if in hut« to 

m-t, «jDil avert datuer. 
r Pnili. an a habltatina for 

tiinisclf ; X a. IT. J ; IV. 

Uxx. 1 : xrix. 1 : e«p. 

chap. iv. 14. 
"Pmb. "w-iwd," "brfd." 

" pDNwmed " ; i>. t by 

God, UB mthor bin Hr^fj 

tMrioi [1 crh. xxviii, IM: 

Fa xviii. 10: £ta. x.). 

nr bla /ito'flfr »jwm (Uev. 

It.} In the prfvent |«jh»- 

ogOinil " thf rherubim," 

butarticle prub. that ' of 

•Or: "iiuanl." 
' s"iu3i|tUMt4(m," **pr*v- 

'Or: "nu<]Uir¥d." HoS. t I 

>Or: "with '(ih«pf«MBii(<e 

uulbelpiif). Mom pnib. 

aa in text— unlom m«- 

rondud* tliat Ktu i-uuiii 

Bot have bcco m> uiLr>- 

~ = " cvanacenoe,*' **tnui~ 

>Ur: '■ after a time** Ul: 

"*t RQeodof daya." 
-Ml: "SbiOlthnvnot— if 

tliuu dn right— be an up- 

liftinff" [U"of my 

couDtcnanee anil uf 

thUw*'J .' 

GEXEStlS IV. 8—26; V. I— 10. 


But <if tlwn do noc HKht> (At tlto entnmoe | 

% Hn-beftrer* is lying,— 
<Untuthee> luoreover. iihall be hii longing, 
th<ingh lithanii rule over him. 
* And Chiii wid anto** .\bel hi« brother 
{Uet on go into tliR field]" 
And it wne to pauw Iwlifji they were in the 
ticMI that Cain nnw up agnitiKt Atie) Ins 
iiftither, and «lew hiui. * Tlivu said 

Vnliweb unto C«iu. 

When- i» AU'l thy brother? 
And lie 9«id. 

I know nut, <tbe keepCT of uiy bn>tlier> 
»m III I? 
'• And \w said. 

Wlint liarf thou done? 

<With a. ».uiou>'* the ahed-bloud of thv 
brotlier ht crj-ing crat to ine fnmi thcgmund. 
" ( Now I th*»wfuro. <ttccur9ed> art tbou,— 
ffpm' the grnund, which hfttU iipened 
h«p mouthy u> receive tlie Bhed-bloud of thy 
brotlier «t thy hand. 
*■ <'nmagh thou lU'. tbe >rn»ui»fl> it bJuiU not 
go an to give it«* vigiiiir Ut the*, — 
<A «r&nder«r and a fagitive> ith»U thuu be 
in the earth. 
W And Cain said luilu Yoh«fh— 

(Jrcater' id my puniBhrni-iit ' tliAii I oan bear* 
** Lol tbi»u hati driven me out. tbt:^ day, fmm 
vtf tliti faoe of tht.' (rround 
.\i»d <frotti tlty faoo> sliall I bt- liid,— 
Su«ha I t Iwciome a wandcivr and a fugitive in 

the unrth, 
And it i«h4tU come to pmia KwJMKiuevcr findoth 
rod will Alay me. 
** And Vahweh «aid to him— 

Not «)!'• liwhofloev«T Hlayeth Cainll <seveu- 
fold > hIiaII it bp Avi'iigwi. 
80 Yahweh aet, for Cain, a sign, that none 
tloding him ehfiuld iniite* htm. 
*• So Cain went forth' from the prwwnoe of 
Yahweh,— and dwelt in the laml of Xod,east- 
wnid of Eriim. ''' And Cain knew hi<« wife,' 

and fthe ciintfivMl. and Imrv Ktiuch,'' — Now it 
hapjjtrned that he wa^ builtling a <'ity, -•»> he 
catU<d thf iiain« of the mty.ftfttr thf uanie of ' 
hU roil. iKuuch I '"And tht^n: wiui Ixjni 

Ui Etiijch. Irud, and flrad: b^gnt Muhujael, — 
and 'Mehiija*-! t)egat Muthuiael, — And Mfthu- 
>«el| beKat l^mech. '" Xud Laweeb 

took to hiinM*lf two wives, — ||thc name of thu 

> A^ oftan Uter. Ax nindi 
»a to flur, "'With which 
thy brotker will tdiirly 
tMv." — which «n>iilil 
TirctMTQ ffir tliB wi)nl 
''Inn^n^f" whw-h fol- 
Iijw».— Lw pruh. : "Bin 
m a pmuchiD^ btttut"- 

" taOctfl with " to t>at n 
mmlir ahift diw lu the 
aonhlniTal omlskm uf 

r Arofrdinit 1 1 th« Mm*- 
tnnh i> TpUT> vbinild ba 
t«fl b<Mv . wbtm, how- 
vvcr. the wurda ihtire 

■aiiplivd in bmokrta) aro 
(nund m Han... item., 

■'(►r; ■"nliiad." 

*0r; "b); mwon of." 

' IJt: •'ioiiitnty.*' 

r HI, (w. ttjuhi, ; " U mine 

inirtaitr too vrmt to bc- 

fiiwi«m""— <i.r.n. 
•■ So it Hbil be— U. Intro. 

Itit-UI. Cit. howervr 

n.lj. «ff*.-/{n). 
' ('(I. chaji. V. 4. 
* '* Pi'fh. ' iMfthing.' ' initi- 

Kliija'" - Dnvim' H.I>. 
'Huonv ood. iw. 8»p. k 

one) WM Adah,* nnd ' the n»uie uf the M»oad< 
ZIIIaIi.'' ="■ And Ailnh Inre .latiat,— heil wbm 
father' of nuoh ah dwell in tciiiJi. and Iwvb 
cattle; ^ and Ithe name nf hii hrotlmr': waa 
.Tubal,— Itheli WR* f«tberc of ovorjnno liandling 
lyre" and flute." » And <a» fcir Zillfth> llfihs 
alaull bare Tubal'Cain, a tihar)«iier of vvery 
rutting inntruuieurof hnmxe.audinm,'— and lithe 
Kt»teru[Tu)Al-Caiir wuh NaiiuuLh. ^ Then 

Miid LauK-ch to hit* wivt^a. 
Adah and Zillah ! h«»r ye my voioo. 
Ye wives of Laniech I givi* e«* to my talt-,— 
For <aman> havi; I dealing my 

Yea <a youth> in inniting my hlow«i 
** <If loevcnfold!! be the avenging of |Cain|> 
Then [of Lantech | r»ovcnty and sevoniL'' 

^ And Adam a^'Ain knew hit wife, and %he ban 

a win. and callod \m name. Seth,' — 

For Ood hath np|w<inted me another seed" 

innteod nf AVm-I, heran-'v Cain! bIcm'' him! 

'■" And <U) Reth— 1*» liim alH(i> was Iwm a i»m, 

and he calWl liiw name Emwh, — I'then'l wart a 

lieginning made, to call on ttie name of Yoli weh. ^ 

S&. From Adata to Xnak: a tint of liffht 
nviitini drrftriiiitft t/htom. 

' llThisJ is the record' of the generations™ nf 5 
Adam,— <Tn the day when God created 


<Tn the Hki*nt><sKaf <fod> made hu |him|; 

' <MaIe and fenmle> created he them," — 
and blen><ed them, and r«11e<.l their name Adam,<' 
|iii the day they were createdl. 

' .\>id Adam Uvi'd. a hundred and thirty yeans, 
and begat [a (ton] in hid likcnos*, after hi» image, 
— and nailed hi«iiame, Seth: 'and the dnys of 
Atlam, after he Ix-gat Seth, were eight hundred 
yeara,— and he iM^-nt Bonn and dauj^rlitftrs. 'So 
all the days of Adam which he livM, wr-re nine 
hundnKi and thirty yejin*. — and h»? died. 

• And Soth lived, a himdrwl and five yearn, — and 
If.'gat En lie)) : 'and Seth livt-d^ after he begat 
F.n<»h, eight hitndn^d and srt'von yeatv,— and 
Iwtgat -■4iin*> niul daughU^n ; " and all the day^ of 
Seth w«r«, nine hundrwl an 1 twelve yearB,—aiid 
he ditid. 

• And liniwli lived, ninety yeara.— and begtt 
Kenan ; >" and l:)noaIi lived, after he liegat 

• " (IrnHmsnt" ut 
" beauty." 

»■ '■ Khailtf." 

• -y.h. tl»l» ii«o of thf wtMii 

"futher"— cp. I». ix. fl. 
J So O.t). 

• Some tWuk - " orgBDuD," 

mi(l« a|t ot Mvtnil nedit 
together ; othm thLob 
of "bftg-|''P«-" Cp.U,(*.. 

'y/. .w,Oak..Vul.);"thc 
father of evciy one work- 
ing in brrmu: and iron " 

• " Beoauveof lay wound " 

— 0.0. ftl4»./. 

• Some obKi'urity rortK on 

thb uuLirh itf Mmtf. and 
oth«r rmtlcrineo lur 
IMjmible. 'The above 

wwnu to Hgres with the 

' lYob. "rob»titiite." 

* Or : "ti> iavuk<» with tlia 
name Y." iSee Intm., 
GTiai). IV. 
Ot "br«k.""ictoll." 

■'Or: "gonewn." 

-Heb. :^-rf*«".. Cp. dwii. 
i.'M.t! ; ii. 7. 

" Thin almiM hteml qanta- 
tlM) fmn) oh. i. V7 •bow* 
rmclUKivel}' Uuit " mas" 
Ibm Had "miin" here 
nr^ tho «une ra<«, Mid 
that Ihi* namlive am- 
ply fold* bwk iKi the 
mv^'ioufi nav : ((uitc, in- 
deed, in tlir niiuinrr nf 
Uebmr history- 

rfUgWuir- i. *l,ii. 


OEXF-^iIS V, U— 32; Vi, 1—16. 

KotMii, t'i^flit inindn^J aiid fifteen ywiw, — wifl 
h^it «4iiin And (iautfl Iters ; ■■ iiii'I all the daygi nf 
EniMli «cn>. nintf hundrwl imd live years, —ami 
he died. 

" And Kennii Hvwl seventy yenra, -and btifot 
Maliftlalcl : *^rtnd Kenan lived, nftPr Iiu 1»«ijbI 
Mii^alalrl. cighr hundn'<1 and forO' years,— and 
begnt »t>n-H ami dotightern ; " and all the d*>"s of 
KenAn wero nine hundred and ten veftTi*,— and 
he died. 

'* And MahKlflM lived. sixt7-flv<> years,— and 
begat Jared : '"and Mahalnlrl lived, after ho 
b«gat Jiirwl. et|fht hundred Rnd thirty year*,— 
ami IwgTii M>ii* and dAtightcr*; ''and all the 
days of Mftliidnittl wt^re. ei^lit him<Ir*<d and 
nm«ty-fivfi years, -and he d\e*\. 

" And Jartfl !ived_ a hundred and »ixty-twn 
yean, uiiU begat Kncx^U ; '"and >lHrvd lived, 
aft«rlie1wtf*t Kn<ic-li. t.>i|;hL hundiud u-ant, — imd 
beiiat etoiu and daut^nten ; -'" anil all tlie duys of 
Jarad wett;. mor hundred and nxty-twru years, 
— and he died. 

II And Enoob lived, luxty-five yeant,— and hegAt 
Uflthuaelah; ^aud Enoch walked with* God. 
after he K'^rat Mvthu-ielah, thrv.' hundml y^ars. 
— and I.N^gat K'n" and daugntem : ^ and all the 
daVK »f Enuvh were, thn«< hundn^l .tnd xixty- 
five ytutv ; '*and Knooh walked with* (Jod,— 
and was not tov (*od had taVen' him. 

^ And Mftbuitelah lived, a humln-Hi and eighQr- 
■»vi<n years,— and begat Lauiech : "and Methu- 
Meloli livi*d. aft4>r ha Uv>t I^intH^u iwven 
handrfid aiul eighty-two yuarK, — and Ivgat nuns 
and dan^ttfrN ; " and all the dnys of Methu- 
Milah won*, nine liundrt>d and »txty-nine yeoni, 
—and be ditd. 

^ And LiAiuech liv-fd a huwlred and eighty<two 
years, — and l«>gnt h jion : * and he called his 
naaie Nimh,'' paying,— 
nThisi: nne shall give u» rtwt fntm* our work.'' 
And from the grievuus toil of our lianda. 
By rawoQ uf the groand which Yaliweh batb 

■• And Lnmech lived, after he U^at Noah, 6ve 
htindn'^) and ninuty-Bve yeant, — luid htsgat m>u6 
and dauglitaT><: ^i and all the day» of I^uowli 
ware. «»VtMi hundretl and M'VHnty-*even Vtwrs, — 
and he died. 

*> 'And Nuah wa« five hundred yearf> nld,^4uid 
Noah hegat Shem.* Uain'* and .laplietb.' 

ffi. ^fi 9iiultfrvus tjuion e/ Mr tvo Saca i 
ini^ for thr /Toorf, 

6 ' And it came t<.t pa«8 <w(ten men had ^xignn to 
multiply (111 tlw faci- of the ground and drntgh- 
l«r>, had Uvu biiru to tbeui> ^tluit IthesotU' 
a( Gad| M*' I the daiiglitera uf men ' tliat they' 

*Mt: "Valkeil to Mid 

ttb" ~ Uv«d in feiltimblp 


• *■ Hj*t " nr "DOKiikti'm." 

< Sn It «h<l be iw. Svp. - 

CJj». So /;t— (l.rji. . 

1 Mr, pr. mIu., >4iit . 

■y.B. ; • ntT of Mesfdaaic 
hffpe, mt If NiMh. prrhapft. 
mttrtil he tba winnaa*a 

' M r T. bcinu a new a w 

* ^vrtrtby" iir-'lwi*." 

' ■■ HxteaaliaL** 

were 'Ifairl', — «i tlieyt^Mtk Ui iheinwlieairivtaof 
whrnnwu'ver they chrne. * And Yah- 

woh sail! — 
My spirit -tliall nnt rule in" man to timft«> age- 

abiding, for that Ihe alaoi *' im f)e»li.~ 
Yet his day«i Hhall In; a hundred and twenty- 
yea nt. 

* fiXbe gittiit*|[ were in the ««rth in th«*f day*i, 
and almi lafterthnr;, <when the foa9 of (Jnd 
began to go in unto the daughter* of men. and 
KfOb were bom to them> the iwme ! were the 
berooa tliat wore from age-pant timers, the men 
of renown. * Tlien V«hvit-h saw tlint- 
tlgreatll was the wickeducMA of man in (Ik* farth, 
and that I'every purpose of the devices of hi* 
heart wa** only wicked, all the day: "and it 
grieved YRhwx*h, that he had mtt«le man in 
the eartli,— and he took mutow imto hi* 
heart. * .^nd Yaliweh said — 

I inuKt wi[ie ulf man whom 1 emated^ fruni ufT 
the face nf tlit* gniund, from nmn untn hcaat,. 
unto [-retailing thing, and unto the bird of 
the hniivens— for I am grieved that I madv 
" But {iNoalr had found favour, in the eye* 
of Yaliweli. 

g7. Oite Fitmilff to be $atr^ r thr WttrtU io U 
tteMrOi/rd : ittt A rk apfmirUM, attd matir t<mttff. 

• |Tbt*(e I an* Uie generation'*'' of Xuah. Noah If 
was ' a righttiijuH man, blaiuele^<M; iti hi^ genem- 
tion*,— <withOod> did Xoah walk.'' '* And 
Noah Ijegat thn* sotus — SItem. Ham and 
.Taplieth. "And the earth" ct»rrupte<l itself 
hefnni l»t»d, — and the eaptli" wba filled with 
violence. '^And God beheld thi- luulli,' .ind 
lo* it liad c<.>mjpted itself. —surely all fleiih had 
oamipte<l' its way. on the uartl>. 

" So God said uitto Nuah : 

•jTbe end (if all flo»di i hath o>jnie lit befote me, 
for IflUcdii l< the earth' with violeiioe. 
bccaotte of tliem,— Ifehold tne.theu, dectroy- 
ing them with the eartli.* " Make for 

thee an ark of liinlvnt uf gi>pher, <n.Mnis> 
Hhalt thim uiake with the ark, — and thuu 1 
flbalt cover it. H-ithin and without. wiiUi | 
piteh. ''And 'tbi«i is how thou Ahaltj 
DUike it, — three hundred euhits the len^i ^ 
uf ttie ark, hfty vubitx tlie bn-adth therv- i 
vt, and L thirty etibitM tlie iR'iRlit thereof.' 

" <.A place for Ught> slmlt lliou make b*-! 
titeark.ami <Uiaciibit> shnit ihuu finisli' 
it upwiuds and < tlie opening of the ark — | 
in tliertide thi?cwif > dbalt thmi put,— c with 
lower. wt>jml, and third [nUiries*]> .-diali 

"DHBcult." "Abide in" 

riiir lor Mm by 

Anunalwi' "Wt Milt* 

the ooatRXt." bill "i> 

dubious": "rWr U. 

•HMortod hy Tt^K in. 7 

OOay**; *' kmmliint .<, 

W <ta i »tJ by .Viaiaait^ 
tkutCT-. but wA b} 
Hrtiivw" ■■ •»'tW vrfi, 
hardly jiu^itled "- -U.ff. 


^So in Cmt BiOld 
au. pr. c'ln*. ' Biit Mwr«' 

" ta tliMT ipiiltifi K«tr:*y b« 

t'^. Uk* luoa t* flo-h** 
— O.i.n.. u. Intro. 5JI, 


I imaiM 

GENESIS VI. 17-22; VU. 1—2-1: VUI. 1- 


thou make It. < • And 1 1. Iwliuld mo i 

brinpiig in the 6aod — eveu waters, up«>ti 
the «wth.* to destroy all fkv>)i. utiurein i> 
the sfiirit of life, from iitidct the beavtMis,-- 
1 rwnrthiafc thut U in IIil- earth! * ehall 
cease to bnnthb : '" tlwn-ftTO will I ifttaU- 
Utth iny covetiMit with ttiw.-and thuu ahiklr 
t^ter into the Ark, lithuu, &ud thy »omi, uud 
thy tt-ifp. Mid tliy i^ioA" wivt-s , with ih&\ 
Moroover. <of aU tht' living owaturee of 
nil fle*h— twoof «ich> Hhalt thuii bring into 
Ihi' mrk, to ket'p alive with thiw,— <mAlo 
Aod fomalo> (thftll thoy fj**. *<:0f tht* 
hird ^ti^r it4 kind aud of the lieAAt Kfti*r iin 
kind, [iind]'' of every ereepinjf thmj; <if the 
gn>un<].iLft«r itA kiud> Itwoof eAclili Almll 
oorae in unt<i thoo. for ket'pini; nUvf. '<" But 
UthiMi uke to tlitwof all food thnt is PAttm, 
And iptihtT It unto th«e, -And it aIiaII U* for 
tfa«<e and (or tJieni, for foix). 
) AAnd Nofth did [hi], — oiconrding l^t h11 that 
'^ Gud L'uninuuide<l liim> l:w)',| did he. 

j! K Thf t'tUmiu-e ititot/tf Art,. 

7 ' And Yahweh mid to Noiih, 

Enter, lithou and nil thy (inn»"o I. into tin- 
ark,— for ctlitx,'--* linvi? I s«*nn rightt.'iiiw 
hefi>T* mt; in thix generation. * < Of nil 
the clean lM'af"tR> »lialt thnii take to th«*e. 
hy n-ven^. :i uiuleatid bit female. — ami <'if 
ibe Ijeatttri tbat ore not etejiu>, Nboll lie twn. 
* nude and hi!>> female. > AImj <of the 
bird of »lic hfcaven-> by ««venn_ nkalu and 
femAlc,— to keep alivu a seed on tbe fnoc- 
of all the CAPh." * For <iii aevL'ii days, 
lDore> III! am Mindtntr rain im thv L-arib,* 
forty d»y.4 and forty nights,— so will 1 wi|je 
cwt all the living' thin^ whiob I bavo 
made, from otf the fiux* of tbe ground. 
^ And N<i*h did. — actxirdiwjf lo all that Yaliweh 
commanded bim. * Now i Ntwib was six 

hundred yearnnld, — wben llthoflof»d | came, oveti 
wat<T», tm tlie earth. " Sti Niiah 

vtilered, and hi» Mmn and Iiih wiff> ant) liiH-umH' 
wiveM w-itb bim, inbi tlii* nrk,- (mm U-futv tbe 
waters <if tbp flf»c<i. " »:Of tbi' tma-ftM tliat wtire 
clejiii, and nf tlip IxtjuitM that wire nnt rimn, — 
and of thit btirlH,'' nnd <tvr«rytlitiig tliat en<epath* 
till the gn>mid, • -- twn and twn> wunt they 
iu^mttiXoah, intn tbi> ark, >'maleand f«nnalv>, 
— AAtfud ixiuiutaudiBd Nuali. 

ft 9. T/u Stjflnninif ofthf Fiooii. A ^ti-ospnt qf 
Mr AV/nwrc tntf> tlir A rk. 

*" And it came to pnu. <in llie bevim ihiyii>, — 
that tlu* wiitent oF tm* fiuodil raaiu on tbe 
rarth." " <In tlw-^ix bundredlh yeur, tbeyoar 
\A tliv life of Nfiali, in tbe iw«<iiid iiiiintb, <.m tbe 
9t*vtfntt!enlb *lay of tbi* moiitli — ori tliin day> 
W4>n* hiuKt iiiwii, all tbe fouutaiim of t!u' great 

• Or: "Uwl." 

* (SoBieMBl IV. twu..(}nk.. 
Ji«i, Sep.. fljT... : "aud 
Iff rtvty (5Ti«iiing tJuB9 " 

•Ml.; "•■tandinfr." 
*Ur: "ftrwl." 

•Or; "movptli." 

maring deep," and hihc wiuaows of th« 
beAvnn.f I wpre set npm. (•- And it eanie to 
riftrts. tliat tb« heavy rain wa« on the t-arth,'' - 
forty dayn and forty ni(.ditB.> '^ <Oii tbi« 
Helfnune dny> entrnril Noah, and Sbem and 
Ham nnd tlaphirtli. Noah't* w>na,— and N»*ab'ft 
wifi? and hi« Bonw" tbree wiv«* n-ith tln-.m, int<» 
tb« ark: '* tliey, and all tb« wild-lK^htrf after 
tboir kind, and all tbe tame-Ijtaiwb* jift«'r their 
kind, and all tbe erwiping IhingH thnt eroep on 
the eartb.'* Jifttr tlieir kind,— luid all the birdiT 
aftiT tliear kin«l, cvtiry liini »if t-verj' win^. 
'■'> Su tbi-y I'uUirwJ in unto Noah, into the ark.— 
twtt and tn-<i of all fltwb. wherein was the fi|Hrit 
of life. •« And 'tbt-y tliat witei-wlil <mBle nnd 
fuiuale of all fle«h> entered. Ah Ood i:t.»m- 
niandcd him,— and Vahwelii*> lihut him in round 

S l(k /nrrr.iK and Cttntinwtnrt of thr Flno>l. 

'"^ And it came to |mui». that the Huod watt forty 
days mi the earth,''— and tbw water:* inc-rea-ied. 
and bark up tbi' ark, and it wa^ lifted high aUivi^ 
tito earth,'' '* And t!ie wat^-n* prevailed nnd 
in(:reiL-»ed (oeatly. on tliP eanh,''- and the ark 
wwit itJ* "^ayon llie face of the watei-s. '* Yea 
Ith*; watersll prevailed very greatly, on the 
4-jtrtb,'' - M» that all tlie bigli mountains 
Ijfcame eoverfl. that were tmdcr all the 
bitAvenA*. * <fiftee!i onliit--^ upwar(ln> (a^vailed 
the waters, -so that the moimtaiiw Imrame 
wiveivd. 31 And all fle«h cea»ied to bn-vlbe tliat 
moved on tbe eartti.'' of birdn'f and <if tame. 
U-asU and of wild-bnL-ttM. and of all the 
swarming tliingH titat Hwann on the earth,''— 
Hand uU uiankindii. ^:|AI1 in wlmw* mMttib 
wa« the >>renth of the npirit of life, iif nil tbat 
were on tKe Ary grfiimtl , died. ^ Thus w*-< 
wi|Kd out all that exinthd* im the fare of the 
gmiind, from niau unto ln'>af>t, uiilo i!reeping 
thing, ami unto thu bird of tbe heavens, ihu.'% 
wen- they wiped out from th.' earlb.— mj tliat 
then- wa« left— oulv Nunh a- d they tbat wore 
with him ill the ark. ** Thu« prevailt^J the 
waters ini tlie earth,''— a huudnsd »-d fifty 

§ II, Aiut^MHt of the Piitotl. Unrmand J>irf 
tent forth. 

> Audrimd renu'mliered' NoHlt,and mU thewdd- 8 
bea^tA.aiid all the taine-l)eaats tbat were with 
bim in tbe ark, — and Uud caused a wit^d' U> 
pa.-** ovwtbe earth,'" and tbe waters 8nbfiidi<d ; 

' and the fountaiiu^ of tbe roaiiitg-dcep were 
tthnt. and tbe winduU'H of the beavena, — and tbe 
h'-avy rain wo." rewtruiued from HIm! heaveuji ; 

" and the water* retiintefl fntm off the earth.'' 
they went un n<tuniiitg, — and no tbe waters 
decreased at tbu- t-nd t»f a liundred and tifty 
daya. * And tlie ark n^ted, in the VHventh 

• Or ; *' abj-wi '* — Hub. : 

I'tiim, M» in i-bap. i. 2. 
I* Or: ■■kail." 
•Or: "*uwl." 
'N.B.; "Tahweh" — 

Manjoly wiUitnii il>r4i(m. 
tjn. Incre., i^3i«p. IV. 
>3a: "nvry rt«ndUi|C 


OENESI.S VHI. 5—22; IX. 1-16. 

month, on tiiK («vejit«enth d&f of tlie ni<mth,— 
ou tiie niounttiinHof Ararat. ^ But the watenlj 
went OH tWruaainif, until the tenth month, — 
<in the tenth [month'.t'n the fin«t ul thu mtnitfa> 
nTrc! Mon tho tope of tho mounUbinH. * And it 
«»rat*t« pftAs <»t the end of forty d4.yft> tlmt 
Xixih opened thf- windnw of the ark tl»*t he had 
modo ; " iind wnt forth n raven, — and it kept 
(foing forth and rttuminK. until tho dr>'ing up 
of the waters frum ntF the earth.' " And he 
aeiit forth adove fnim him,— to act.' wlietber the 
WTiters had aljati?d, fmm off the fftw of tt»e 
ffroiind ; ' Imt the tiovv fnutid no rr^sting-plaoti 
for the mWo <»f hi?r f<«it, f<n Mherptunu'd unto him 
into thi* ark, fur iwatura ! wiw on thi- fiww 
of all thu earth;* and he put furtli hin hiuid, 
aitd took her, and hruufibk her in unto him. into 
tho nrk. '" Then Htnywl he yet' wven day* 
mun*. — and ilMgaini wnt fc»rth the dovc^ tint ■.>f 
thb ark. '> And the dove catne in unto hitn at 
uventidc, and Iti! |;a n«wly Hpmuted ulivt'-hmfjl 
in her mouth,— so Noah km-'w that thu watun 
had ut)fLt«d fniQi off tho earth.* ^ And ho stuyud 
yet sevL'u days iiiupe.— ftu<i went forth the dove, 
but ahu returuLHl not aia:i)iti unto him auy more. 

)S12. The Emt of the Flowl. 

*■ Stiitcaiueto put* <ui the bik hundred BJid 
first year, at the li^nning. ou thn first of the 
muat)i> that tin- watLrn liad dritsl up fnmi off 
the earth,*— Rrnl Nuah retiioved the uovtring of 
thfl ark. and h>oke(]_ ami lo! tlin face uf the 
grouitd was dried. '* And <iu the Hei-<iiHl 
month, uu the twenty-seventh day of tite 
mouth> waH tlie cartli dry. 

% 13. The Exit from the Ark—mmmnndcd, ezecnteti 
Mtifi fr/ffft>itf<t : The RttinftntP. 

w .Sn then, iiirf spfcke It* Noah. »ityin(; : 
" Come forth, oJt of the ark,— thou, aud thy 
wifn and thy wum. and thy wnis' wives, 
witli thm'-. " < AH the livinj; crr»itnres that 
nre with thee of alt HtMh. among hirrK and 
nnii'UK )>ebfitri, and anioiig all the cruL-|nug 
thinjf* tlmt <;ret'p ■■u the eaith > hriug forth 
with titvo,— and they ahall •iwumi iu the 
earth, and bo fruitful and multiply, on the 
'"So >'t>ah cauiL' forth,— and his nrfjn*_ nml liia 
wife, and his im»iu' wivw, with him: " < All'' 
thit Hvin?ereatur«4,nlP that move along, and all 
bird*, and all^tliatinovelh alongover the earth- 
by thi-ir familitw'^ came forth out of the ark. 
■*" And X'wli huilded an altar to Yahweh.— and 
t(K>k rif nil the •^loaii beaatA. and of all the clenn 
binK ami aiii>«Hi ascending saerifioew to go up 
on tlie attnrf '•' .And Vahwoh Muelled n mtis- 
fyiiig od'rtir," j«i Yahweh anid to hiiiu^'lf,"' 

1 will iiiit : aKiiiu ' cui-M.' any more' the gnmud. 
for mill '» aake, althiiugh the device uf tlw 
h«art of man;: t>e wicked from hU yuuth. — 
neither will I iiagain. any more I ignite 


"\. (w.Baiii..8vl)., 
Jill] nil" ilhn 


* Ml : " • maA\ uf Bnti-^fnc- 


* Ml ; " imto hiH hi«rt," 

every H>'ti)g thing, aa I Iwvo dnaui. 
*3 -;. During all tli» daVM of thu eftith> 

Haeodtiiue and harvest, and cold and heat 
and flununer and winter, and day and nififhtll 
tUtail not ceoae. 

I 8o Ood lilemed' Xoah and his aoiut,— ftod said C 
t(' them. 
Ho fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth ; 
- and Jet itlw*fear<tf you and thedn'a^l* of 
you'l bo u|win every living creaUire of the 
lArth, and apon every bird of thw lmavt>iui, — 
over everything that moveth nluug on the 
grtmnd, and i>ver all the Hj^Iihh uf thi- hn-a, — 
<into your hand> liave lliey Ih-^-u givt*n. 
^ <i\M for every moving thing that linth lifo 
ilvtiurt* sliall it be. for ftiod,— 
< Like the gntin hory*> have 1 given you 
lall tilings!. 

* Yet -^ftoRh mth the life*" thereof, tho blood 

thereof > shall yis iii»t eat ; 
" And Mirely <your hhxid. ofyourUve8>« will 
T require, 
<Knmi the hanil tif even.' living tit*ature> 
will I re<|uire it, — and from the liaod uf 
<Frum tlie hand of each one's bnjther> will 
1 n'quire the life'' of niau: 

* !iHe that ^eddeth uuin's blood!! by aiBu| 

oliall lii» bU«d bt« ahwl, - 
Fur <,in tlie image of Ood > madelieman. 
^ llYeil therefore, be fruitful and multiply,— 
)iwarm in tlie earth, nnd multiply theivin. 

** And Uod apake unto Noah, and unto bin rtuiut 
with him. aaying: 

* il'i therefore. Ijehold me! eatabliahin^' my 

ei^vettaiit with you, — and with your seed 
after you ; "* and with even' lining s*ml lha£ 
■A with you, of hirdM, of tam€»-l>eaf*t«. and of 
all wild-lK^atttK uf llie earth, thut are with 
.vou,— of all coming forth out uf the ark, 
even Ul all wild-l>e«»l--i of ihe earth; " yua 
1 will eMtabliMh my ctrvonaiit with you, su 
that all Henli xhidl not lie cut ulf nii.v more, 
by rinuiiin of the waters of a flood,— neitlier 
Hhall them Vie any more a flmxi. to destn>y 
the fAftli. 

'- And liod Hiud. 

LThiKi i.t the sign of the eoveiiaut. which X 
am granting betwixt me and you. and pvcuy 
living wHil that i» with you,— to age-abiding^ 
general ion.s : — 

w <My ljowj> ha\t? I aef* in theelouil. — and it 
aliall be for a Mgn of a oovenant, betwixt 
uie and the iMirth ; '* and it shall ^>e <whezi 
1 dmw a veil of cloud over the earth, — and 
the bow in tho eloiid ap])ejifi'th> '* (Iihii 
will I reiiieiiilmr my covenant, which Ik 
Wtwjxt me and yuu, and every living aoul. 
among a.11 fli-.*b, - that the water* may no 
ninre iKrctmie a flmxl. to dcrttpoy all flesli : 

w M» the )njw >liall be in the cloud,- and I 

will Ix'hoid It. to rememl>er an age-aliidiog 

• Or: •*ton«r." 

•U.: "wiilft." 
* Or : "fntntdl " 

GENESIS IX. 17-29; X. 1—32. 


'^-•■-rv-n Ood, and fvcry liTing 
-!i thut is on tlio wrth. 

Ind I. 

rTlii* 1 i» thy axti "f rliP onvniant, which I 
h»Tt> (wtabli^vd. ln'tw-**'!! iix*. mid «11 flwih 
that !» im thr onrth. 

^ a iWip Worftt, in Nvnh aiul 

^ i» F^ttniljf, I 

' \ofth who cATiu' forth ova of 

>n And Hani And JapheUi, — 
>■ fAth^T of CanAAU. 
- iv the stuiN t>f Nokh, — And 

• * aU tbewirth uvernpreiK!. 
.> 2 b> lie A hushnndn)nn,~M> 1h> 
"^ ly ■' And drwik (rf thi* wine. 
K ~4— ^wd uiicovHr<sl hiniwlf in 
■ trt. *» And Ham. th^ fflihtT 
, i* fatherV »<hiiiiio, — nnd told 

imteid^. ^ And Shem and 
(umtlp. AH'l put it on the 
'th. And went liiu:kwiird.t, luid 
* of their fftther,— lint Ijlheir 

mrrfjt, and <:ih«* NliaDi« of 
* tht'v nnt " And NuAh 
« -tt u,— ntid cnmi' tit knuw whAt 
•vn had dune tu him. 

^ 'AliAAU. -<A M^rvant of tter- 
^ be to his brethren ' 

- 'W*h. (lud of Slii'in, — 

' I be tlnnr w^n'iint : 

^Z to Japhctli, 

lAbitAtiun in the twits of 

1 be tlivir HcrvAnt. 

vT uii'- flood, -tlirfw hundred 
'•o ilall the (hi>> of N'liAhi 

I and fifty y«u-s~and he 

* iViUiV'fu ; fi Forc-filimpK of 
^S ''»'^ "^ '^ f/rowiirf." 
^K !»• gcm^ration!!'' of the «ww 
'StfNoiU). Bhein^tiuui, uud JaplifCh.— and them 
I w*fT« bom to them wjiis. iiflcr thu flwid. 

i,Ttift«otiHof Japhctlill: (Vfliirrwid ^fng^l«:, And 
Ma«l^.and Javan AndTi|ti«l. -aiKJMe«hiM:h.and 
Ti«M«. • ;[Aiid the fl>'ii» of (4tini«?rii: A*ih- 

Iceimr and RJiihctli. nD'l T^vvniiah. * And 

\hv MinK of Javaui: Khshali and TarehiAh,— 
Kittini. and Rodnntni.* * <Fniro 

tli«v;> u'rn* diifw'i^i^l ftlie inhnhitatitf of] the 
ciautlaiidH of the ii«tiun«,'' in th«ir lands onch 
luan 1)7 hia toopio,— by their fAuiiliea, in tht;ir 

And I thitMHw £<f Hainll: Cush and MtKmira" 
und Phut und fanoan. ^ And {thi> Min> of 

> Tf ndaubtnUv raiiMn.uTu] 
not IlAr< : *n>«-m Kw\ 
Jftfibolh. f 

KiTTir' tIftTl't. 

■ d. 


• Ho ft kM Im> (w. 6am.. 

Srp.) Cp. 1 CTi. i. T-— 

*)7t.' " itJi«srii rrvtv tltc 

■ouH of .Intihf-th in ihi-jt 

land*."— <■>, verpw ao,31 . 


Cudhll: SrhA. and Hnvilah, and Sabtah and 
Itnnmah. nnd SuhtJ-cliaJi,— And 'tliu bouh 

of Itaamahll Shehs and Ui'dun. ^^ And 

UCushlJ Ix»gBt Niinrod/— HIu*,; bwcanie a berri 
in the rnrth ; " i hv < 1>«x:auie a hi-ro of liuotint; 
bcfoTV Yahweh,— <for this cftii»c> it in H^id, 
IjilceNiranxl.alicrocif hunting Iwfimi Vahwch. 
I" H<) the lw>ntiniu>; of htH kingdom cauiu to b(* 
Rabf>1, and Krech, and Aocad and Calnoh,— in 
thv Und *tf Shinar. " <From that land> 

went forth Awhur,— and hf built Xiii»*vfJi, and nnd CaUh ; "and Ri-sen. U-twoen 
^'inpv^■^ ivud CaJah,— Mlw «intp|i is thi* gmikt 
city. "And |lMi«nuu>!! ln'jfat Ludim 

Hud Anamint and L**haliini, nnd Nnphtuchiin; 
>» and Pathruaiiu and Caslnhini^ w ii nee came 
fwrth Philintiin and Caphtorim. '"> Vud 

;|(^'annati'{ hegat Zidun hix fintt)>t>m. and Ht?th ; 
"> and Uie .lobusite^ and chu Aiuorite, and the 
Girgwbite ; " and tlu* Hivitt- and tho Arkito, 
Mid tht! Sinite ; )" and tin* Arvftdit^ and ttto 
Zemaritt*. and thi- Hauuihitti.— and <:Aft«r- 
M-mnU> were r«pn>ad abroad thu familioa of tlie 
Canaanifc. "* And it camu to \mtm, that the 
boundary «>f the Cuuutuito was fr-nu Ziilnn, aa 
tliou (fntorct in ttiwaitU Gerar, unt*) (ioza, — 
luf thou entcrewt in towardii tii>dom and Go- 
morrah and Admah and Zt-hoim. afl f ar aa 
Laahn. ^ llThp»*<;|l are the sons of Hani, by 

tbtfir fauiiliea^ hy tht-ir tongu««,— in thetr iandi. 
in their natimiK 
o Now <to Sheni>'* fathur o( all the aon» of 
Rber/ cld*T bnilhiT of Japhoth <to hiiu 
alfto> were childwu Iwm. « l.Tho wn.-* of 
Shoiut: Elam and Asshur,— and Anacbtthad. 
uid Lu.l and ^Vnini. ^ .Vnd i[iUu son* 

(rf Aiamil: U« luid Hnl. niid CkIht and 
Ma<ih. ** Nuw |iArimchHhw!l becnt She- 

I»I».-and liabelah ln,v»t Eber. "And 

<to EIi«'r> wetii bom two doius — lthe nanw* of 
tin* on*|l w*» Pelcfe','' for <m Hw aayii> was 
thp earth divided, and i tlie nam*; of his bnithwl 
woa Joklan. » Now t|Joktanll begat Al- 

inoda<l, and .Shrlnph,- and Hazarmaveth. and 
Jernh ; '^ «nd Ha^Icmiu and I'luil. and Diklah ; 
* and Obal and .\biinat'l. and Shfha ; » and 
t>phir and Hftvilah, anrl Jotmb,— all th»»H!, 
wer« Honh of .loktan. »' And it unme t«» imiw 
that thwir dwellinff was from Mc^ha,— «« thou 
entWHst in towardt* St^plmr. the nmnntain" of 
the BttsL "' rrhtJtp : aro the «oiis of 

Shem, by thfir fnmiliiH. by tlwir tunKutsB,— iu 
tJn-ir land.**, by ihcir ntttionr*. 
« :Tl»'itc nr« ihefamiliejiof ihpwnwof Noah. by 
tlii'ir^iK'tations' in tht'ir natiuna,— and <fponi 
thuiw> were didpumwi the ualjoiw in theearth. 
tfcftiT the Hood. 

■• pirrt vKnao pl«>»l 
future i\u»iiv. 'firtiw 
let \u n-l)ri.'''-Pr'\t- 
T. l*wns^ in Uunr-'* 

, •pii. , ,..h1 tiilhc 

i-jiali-'i: \^.■h«^oha«l 
tiinp t*. j-ut oft uiu -hm« 

bvf nrn entering " the 
t(wta uf Bbetu " : op. 
tihnp. is. Se. See, alMa, 


• l*rx)t>. " l*fUW<T OT«T " or 

" Kntiinuut." 
*' That ii»: " [li^iKVPti " 
»rjrr "tlie hill iiiuntiy." 
' Ur : ""gcow"*." 

GENESIS XIl. 3—20: XUI. I— IT. 

I liffht of tiiei< > will 1 

\ in Utiw , ftU the fMnilio* 

hTi wiiy, aooi*r(linf[ to thftt 

iito htm, wul Lot 

■ Hi was *evcnt5"- 

tADU.' forth out of 

. look tSiiriii hu witir. 

with ull the gixxU 

B(l th4? r**.))!!!* thftt th*^y 

th*»y cAnio fortli t*t 

, luul oiunu In to*' 

t Abr«tii pib<«pc] itloiig 

. for ai) I he pliuxr (»f 

sImf'k Tciehiiitb," th« 

|a Ut^ IaimI. ''And 

km, luiil »Aid : 
live tliifi land.— 
f, imt«> Yfcliwch wlio 
* Ami lit* niitMHl I'll 
MiMhiU t-4«unlrr, on thi* Mint 
h'w unit, — with H**tli"l 
t on t)ie eoMt, Mid hiiilc th>Tf 
, anri i^lhtl on tlio iminr of 
■ThiM Alwnm liruk'- u[i, 
i]n thu S<mtli.-i 

^tlut thi.*rewaH A famine, in 

I Went duwii tiiw nU Kgypt. 

Ii^riuvwiwll was the 

"And it cam« to paiA 

I'iir U. vnlor intn E(fypt> 

lit* xirife : 

i>-:h tliuo. I knnw tlint <» 

l..Aon> thiw art' : "aii will 

wlit^n thf h^ypltonA behutd 

wiU wty <Uw \vife> 

lU 4l&y me. while <tbee> 


Uiftt <my BiftCer> art 
it mav lie well with me 
kluiU my Hou] lit prnaurvM 

lit-a A'>mtn «iit»rcd into 

)»'ht-l'l till- womuii, that 

l<<*wlitit{ly. '"And th«i 

^leld hiT, and pnii<*d her 

IwiMnAh wrM taken tu tlK> 

I) <wilh Al)r«tn> dealt 

|o that hb unme tu have 

, and men-iwrvnotH. 

dnsaaaen. and oameK 

.I'itnrinh with gr«at 

(-•t.T ih»-* matter at 

• And Phnmoh called 

haHt done to mv?- 
ot tull me, that ahe 


I,, : —;-.■, 
j: " II What, now t bast 
^iij iluni- Ut mt' .' ' ' C|j. 

"* When-'fore' Hai'tit iliou, <My «iii(ifr>- nUv': a 
M I wju abuut to taku Imt Ui mu. tu wtfc 
But. (inowl, lo I thy wife, take hi^r and go tl 
* And Pharaoh gavu command o'tnt'erninij 
unto certain rawi, — nud wnt him away, with htq 
wife, and all that ho had. 

§21- TAr Return /nnu Eifj/pt, AhniiHnmlL»t 


• ft<i Abram came x\p out of Egypt. \iv mtd his ; 

n-if« Aiul all that h« \vni_ nud Lot with him. 

l/iw»n1)t thi.' South. ^ Xfiw iiAltnunI wan very 

rich. — iit i«tlU*. in silver, and in jp'id. ^And hu 

went hi« wny. l.y h'm removalH, from thr Stiuth, 

t>\pn OM far aK til Bethel, — oh far at* rhe placo 

trhvn' hit) t<-nc wan at the iK^ginnini;, U'twtitji 

ltt'tlii-1 luitl Ai : ' unto ttu^ [ilaee of the hUh)-, 

whii-h liu uuul« tlH're at fintt, — and Abruiu 

collvd. there, tm tltit iwroe nt Yahweli. 

^ Xiiw Lot aUu, wlui M'aa ifuing with Ahmmll 

had tl>A-kttAnd li«pl>t, and tcntH. * Anil Ibrbaid 

Muffenxt thi*m nut to dwell tuf^tbet. ~lR*<.*aMAe 

their 6u>Mtance ; Itad ha^ciume | (freat j. m.\ that tlioy 

could not du vU together. ' And them aruse a 

atrifo betwixt the herdmeu of Abrani, and the 

hirdmen of Lot. Now the Canuanite and 

tht> Pcrizaite ! were then' dwulliu); tn the 

land. * So then Abruni Mkld unto L<>t. 

Pray let not oanit* of strife ari-ie' t>etwiKt m» 

and thee, or Itetwlxt my herdmeu and tliy 

herdmen ; for cltrethren > ar* we." "Is 

not doll the land l Iwfore tlie«? I pray tlwtr, 

nepai-att- ihynrlf frura nie, — <if to the left 

hjutd> then I will go ii> the right, <if to 

the right hand> then I will go to the left. 

■"So Lot lifted up hi^ «ye^. and beheld all the 

rircnit '' of tlk** Ji_tr<)Aii, that jthe whole of itll 

wa^ welbwtttered. — before Yahwuh destroyed 

^V>dl4l) ond tiomurrah, like the t*arden of 

Valiweh. like the land of Kifvpt, aa thou 

«nten->t into >^)ar. "And Ixrt clH«e for 

liiuiiwtf all the oirruit*' of the Jordan. m> Lot 

hrakb up eiuitwnrds,— and they ne]>iuote«l thcm- 

M?lvt», oaeh man fn»m hin hrothi-r : *= |Ahram|| 

ti\ed hilt dwelling' in the hud nf Canaan, — 

but I! Lot Hxed hift dwelling among the cities 

of the C'irrilit, and movMt hir* tent otn far as 

iiiodoni. '■" Xow I. the men of Sodom I were 

l»<te and ninfut, — ogaiuHt Yahweh, exc'ei-ibnifly. 

'* And ^'ahweh i«n>d unto Abrant, after thttt 

L»t had wparate«l liimwlf from him, 

Lift up. 1 priiy thiM', tlune eyi>-<>. and hutk, 

from tht* plucH where iIhmi art, — m>rthwanl 

and wuthword. and aoKtward and westward ; 

i» for <ull the land which tltou" art U^hidd- 

ing—tii thee> will I give it, and tutb^'M^ed. 

iintu ciuie:4 age-abiding ; '^ and 1 will moke 

tliyaeod.a^ the dm*! of the earth,— no that 

<if a man can uuutber the dust of the 

ftarth> llthy seed ulao I may lie Dumhered. 

>' Rii>e ! Ko up and down in thr laud, to the 

length rhL'tvof. and to the breadth thcrvof. 

for <.lo thee~> will I giv« it. 

*M1: " men bsxtUuTH w(r.' 

%' llutout >' 



GENESIS VUL 3-22; IX. 1-lC. 

moachf un the nevfrnteenth day uf the muath,— 
tm the mountaiiid of Ammt. * But Itlie wntera 
went on docrviunnf^, until the tenth month, — 
<in the tenth [month', rm the tint of tht> month> 
irem seen the tops of t)ie mountAins. * And it 
«»rat* t-o puw <at tho cnH itf forty dayfl> tluit 
N<>ah npened the window of tho nrk tliiit he had 
nuule ; 'mid jwtit forth » mven. — «n«! it lc(*pt 
giiinp forth niul rf-tiiming-, until tin; [lr}*in^ U[> 
of the waters from off lUe earth.' ' Am) he 
Bpiit furth a dove fnjiu him, — to hw whether ttie 
WAterb had alxited, fruui utf the fa«i uf the 
trrouQd: ** Itut the rlovu fuviiid no reAtiiitf-placD 
for thi! wjk* oi liLT f>>»t. ft) ithe returned uiitu hiiu 
ini" the nrk, for wators wert* on thir face 
of all the i.-Arth;' tuid he put fur^li hi» luuid. 
and took her, and bnnifrht her in uotu him. iuto 
the nrk. '" Then stayed he yet' bovou days 
mure,— and la^inl, sent fortli the dove, uut of 
the ark. '^ And the dove eaiue in unto him at 
pventidp, niid lo I a n<»wl3' Hpronted olive-leAf I 
in liiT month,— t^i Noah knew that t)i« waters 
had alwted fnHu off th*' earth.' '"And ho stayed 
yet flovcn days iiiiirts— and sent forth the dos'e, 
but »he rHtumiHl not ngnin uiitoliim any more. 

Sie. The EM of the Fl<xjd. 

" So ic came to paM <iu the aix hundred and 
first ycur, nt the ixupinning. on l\w first uf the 
montli > that the watt'i-H had dried up from off 
the earth. "—and Noah n*mov'o<l the eovcritig uf 
the ark) nnd tot-ihixl. and lu 1 the faeo ui tlio 
ground wa.t dried. '^ \iv\ <in the fiecond 
month, u<n the twenty -tieveiitU day uf the 
month > WM the earth dry. 

jj Vi. 7'iu- Exit fritm tlu JpX— n>Miniiiv/«rf, ex€C¥tvi 
ami eflfhnrtrtt . Tfif R^tinhoK. 

1" 8(j then, liod Mpnkt* to Xi«h. naytng : 
^'i Come ff»rth. out of the nrk,— lhnii_ and thy 
wlf»\ and thy Monjt, and thy wms' n-ivM, 
with Ihee. '' < All the liviuK cre«.tun« that 
an; with thee uf all ftonli. among birdin, and 
aiiH-iig' heart's und auiontr all tlie creeping 
lliinj?* that cii-ep "H the farth> hririg forth 
with ihee, — and they shall »\varm in the 
earth, and be fruitful and multiply, nn tin- 
'"Sit Nmih came forth,— and his aoiut. nnd hh 
wife, lind hin unm' «*ive^, with him : '• < All'' 
the living orwitiire«.oll*' thftt muveHlnntr. Audall 
birds nnd all*' that moveih along over the earth- 
by their (omiliefl> eame ftirth mit of the ark. 
* And Xonh builded an altar to Yiihweh. — and 
took of a!] the Henn liHutt-S. and ttf all tlie clean 
bird*, find eniiMod ascending aacrifkes lo gu up 
*m the altatf •' And Yahweh Kmelled a wtift- 
tying odnur,* «t Vuhweh (wid to him.^ejf'' 

I will not again i curw- any more' the gnnmd. 
{<ir m:vuV aake, atthongh ;the device of tlie 
lu*iirt of niun.i U* wickt'il from his youth, — 
neither will I ngnia. any more nmite 

•<h-: "laud." 
'•rtomoood. (w.S«iD..R<'p.. 

«)T.): "Midall"ltl' ■ 


' Ml : "■tduvlluf mbefftc- 

i" Ml : "iinto hi")ipjirt.'* 

every living tJiing, as I hare done. 
— -^During all the days of the ea.rth> 

i)*(ie<ltime and luirvent, and (sjld aiwl heat 
and Riimmeritnd winter, and day and night'l 
ahall not <;. 

I So Itod bitncxed' Nuah aiul twt .wmH, — and muil 9 
ti> them. 

Be fruitful and multiply, and till the earth; 
- and li;t llthv-fearof you and ti»e dread* of 
you' hv u[xm every living cnniture of the 
t^arili, and ujwn every bird of the heavens,— 
over everything that moveth along on the 
ground, and ovei- all the ti-thcs .rf the nea, — 
<into your liimd> have they Ijeon givon. 
^ <A« for everj* moving thing that hatb life> 
llyounti, shall it be. for fixid,— 
< Like the gn^-ii hMrb> have I givon ywi 
|rU thingHJ. 

* Vet <fie«h with the life** tliereof, the blrjod 

thoreo(> sliall yp not eat ; 
» And Hupely <y(mr bUwKi, of yrmr liree>' will 
I re<piire, 
<Knim the hand nf evtir)- living crraturO 
will I rcfiiiin* it, — and from the hand of 
<From the liand of i^anh ime'a brutlier> will 
I require the lift- '• nf man: 
'.He thftt -xhixldfflh uianV l>lood!| |by itaan | 

(Utall his bU«iKl U- ulierl.— 
Fit <in the image of Trod > mnde he tamtu 
' llW: tlierefori-, l>f fruitful and multiply,^ 
Bwanii in the earth, and multiply therein. 

" And 4;od <(jMike nnto Xoah, and unto liui sous 
with him, Rnying : 

* t:Ili therefore. Wliuld me', fittahlinhin;; niv 

covenant with yuu. — ami witli your *mi^ 
after ytni : "^ and M'ith every living uuul that 
ift with yuu, of liirtht. of tame-tfea^tn. nnd uf 
all wild-lwadte of the vnrth. tliat are with 
you,— of all eomiuK furtli out of thv nrk, 
fjvi'ii t^i nil wild-bfiasttH <if the rnrlh ; " yi?** 
I wilt r.'ttablish my covenuit with you, a» 
thut all flt-^i hIiilII not lie out olf nn.v nioiv. 
by reason of tlie watem of a floud, — neUlit>r 
Mhall there be any more a Hood, to doitruy 
the earth. 

'- And (iod Mud, 

ThiH' i.H the sign of the covenant, whieh I 
am granting beiwixt me and yuu, and every 
living w>ul that in with yoo.- to age-abiding 
gt>neratii>n>t :— 

^ <My (x>w> have I set** in the elond — and it 
shall W for u Migti nf a covenant, betwixt 
me and the earth ; '* and it shall >*■ <when 
I draw a vtnl of eloud over the earth,— and 
thf^ bow in the cloud appeai'eth> " theii 
will 1 rememljer my eovenant, which i« 
betwixt me and yuu. and evyrj- living soul. 
among all flc^sh, -lliat the waters may no 
raoiv I)tKx>uie a flood, to d^•?^t^Jy all fle*h : 

"• »o the lx>w chall be in the cloud,— and I 
will bi^hokl it. to renieml>er an agi--a1>iding 

•Or; "terror." 
»■ V. : " iwwl." 

• D.i "Ponls." 
•t Or : " gmutol ' 

GENKSIS IX. 17—29; X. 1— ^W. 


mwannt, be l we w i Uad, nnd every living 
■(nil. ojuung- all fti^i tfatti in cm the (ATth. 
" And G«l wud uuto Noah,— 

i'ThiBll i» Um! nipi ttl tliP uivrtiaiiL. wliicli T 
liAW> estAbUalied, between lue. And kll Aiali 
tliAt M oti the earth. 

i 14. T/u OtnfrtM of a JVrir World, in IfoH\ iim< 
Am Familii. 

** And the MKiM nE Noah wbo came frnih out of 
ilitf orW. wen;— Shem and Haw ai»d .T»plieth,— 
now ilHaiiij WM tbe fntlier <>f Caiman. 
■HTIk**' tVilwII wi«rr tli-* wrti- nf N<.*h,— uiiH 

<fpjni Un-^O wiu»nll tKet*urtti nviTHptvad. 
■• And N«ih Vieifau ti> 1m- a liu»bsiidniaii,— cu In- 
)ilnnU«l a vtupya,rd ; " and drunk uf ikv wiiie_ 
m»t] b*>(3Uii<* drutik,— and un(MV4>T\>d hiniHelf in 
the ntidst trf Ki.-* U-nt ™ And Ham. th«> f«tbtT 
tif Canaan, saw bi.o (allirr'M hIiiluii*, — nnd told 
hi* twu btvlhren. uutMidc. ^ And S^iem nnd 
.iHplirth tin>k a manttc. and put it on th<* 
fchodlder of Ihifm iHilh.and went liockwanK and 
wiverpd tbf ithanie of their InthiT,— l«it Sthrir 
fart-wfl wpfv tiockwardit, and -:tl!i' niiamfl of 
thiir (ntlif»r> «a*r they not. =* And Noah 
Awokr fnmi hw wiw, — and cnmti to know wbai 
ihiit yuiingmt annli* liad dtmv to hint. 
=» And he «aid, 

lAocuneill fan Oanaan. — <a nervant of Mr- 
v»ats> ahaU he he to liis bietiirtni ! 
^Aud liesud. 

I BieMNed,! Iw Yahweh. Go«l of Shcfn, — 
A\n\ Ift Caimati \n- tht>ir.'«i'rvKiit : 
^ tSod (pVH tixti'iiHidii to .rnphfth. 

But niuke hi* liabitation in tbo tenta of 


And l«t Canaitn Iw tlitur riervaut. 
» And Nmh lived. aft«T tUetkHid, three 4imidrvd 
and fifty yuftfs: ■ so i;aU the days of Noahil 
N'1-jw-uine Lundred and fifty yuarft, — ntid lie 

fi 15. The UtntM i>J KtUum*: it FHtt-i/tiinfim: of 
'"Alf the Ftimiliewiif tlu <irotind." 
10 ' N"w Itlieseii are Ihf genemtioim* of tlm sons 
uf XiMih. Sitem. Ham, atid Japlirtli,- and thuro 
were born t<> llieni Minn, aiter the flood. 
« Thwcutttf .laijhfllii;: tJcmieraudMiHft^, and •lav^uianilTutjal, — aiKi Mmb^cli .and 
Tinw*. 'II And tin? sons of U«tn<-"r': Aah- 

kniM and Ripbath, uuil T'Ufftrnmh. * And 

i.IIh- MitiH of .liivau : Klitdiali and Tnmhirth,— 
Kitlim. and llijdanini."-" * <From 

th^!> vfero dtii|y*r>uttl [tliu inhalntant/> of] the 
nnHtlandu >:>( the iiation.t ** in tbvir lotidii, each 
luaii Uy Uia tungue,— by thetr fazuilioa. id tbcir 


* AuJ ijLbeMHLt uf Httmll: Cu«h and MTxraim' 
aiMl I*hiit and CaniMn. ^ .\nd jtbu son* of 

« : siiiid 'So it -hd V' (w. S«m-. 

aul ««jp.) Ct>. I Hi. i. 7.— 

'-•- O.n. 

^Gt,: " itJieFFi wrn- the 
«uij« tjf Jopl'.t'tti ill tltcir 
l<u>d<^'*— Q>.vcwe»M,81. 
■vlrrU*l- — <J.n. 

CimJiI: Seha and HavUah, aud RalitAh and 
Uaaniah, nnd SabtcrluUi, — .-Vnd i'tlit> turn* 

of ]!aainali|; Sbetta aiid Dedan. " And 

llCn^hll liecrat Niinrod,'— llht- liecamo a hero 
in the earth: " he' U-conwa hero of huntintf 
btifore Yahw«,'h,— <:for tin* e«iu«'> it if naid, 
LikoSinirL>d.aht'rt«nf hnntinif bwforw Yidiwc-h. 
'• So the IjegtnniuK of hi* kingdom ciuue to be 
Ilabtd, and Krecli. and Aociid iind CidlioJ),— ID 
tW land *»f Sbinar. " <Kr»im that Iand> 

went furth Aiwhur,— and be built Kineveli, and 
lloholM'tb ir and Cakh : '* and Re-«en. Ift'twet-n 
Nint-v.M uud CjUali, the iumo I i* the (Treat 
city. '■"' And iMiiraiiii || l»«ifat Liidini 

and Ananiini and Lehabiui. and Napbtuohini ; 
>*aud PatlirUMiin and Culidiint. wli iiiM> c-iime 
forth Phihstim nud Caphtoritii. •' .\ud 

;i Canaan: U-^at /idun hi.i tir&tl»oni. and Hetli ; 
'"and thu .T<-buait«. nnd the Atnoritp, and ttm 
GiiKiwhitB ; " and the Hivho imd the Arkit«, 
and tbt^ Sinite; •'nnd the Ar^'l^dit« and thn 
/einaritu, and th*.' Hauiatliite,— and -^raf tar- 
words > were «pr«kl nbrciad thi- fainiliwi of Uie 
Caiiaanitu. ^'^ And it cuium to \ium, that tlic 
Vxiuiidary of tlie Cananniie was fnmi Zldoa, m 
thou eiiten-'st in towai-da Gerar^ unto 1 inaa, — 
mi thou untenwt in tuwonlti Hudum nnd (io- 
niumdi and Admah and Zeltoitn. an far an 
Ijuha. " jThe«elJ ar« th« wjtw nf Ham. by 

tlicir (amilica. by their tongu«s— in their lands, 
in their natiutu*. 
3> Now <t*j Shwu>*' father of all the «»n« of 
Eber,* elder brotbor of J apbel b < to him 
aLto> were children l>om. « ilThe f*>ni* of 
aboinl 1 Elam and Awlmr,— and Ariiach^liad. 
and Lud And Aratn. ^ And tbn wuia 

«rf Aram : i'r- »"d Hul, and itetln-r and 
Math. ^Muw AriiarliNbadl Itegat Hbe- 

lab,— and liShelahi, begat Ebur. 
<ttt Ehpr> wen' Vxim two Mons,— Itbe name of 
tlie onell waa PeU?g,'* for <m hi* il»y»> wan 
the enrth divided, and Ithe natue of litA brother I 
waA Joktan. "Now |)iloktjuil| begat Al- 

inoiWl. and Sbeleph,— and HaJLinuaveth. and 
.lerah ; ^ luid Iladonun and I'lal. and Piklah : 
»And 01«al and Alnitiael, and tsbeba ; * and 
Opbir and Havilnh. itnd J.tlwb,— all iheeoi, 
wMe aoiw of .loktan. "> .\iid it came Uf pttw 
tlint their dwelling wsw from Mesha,— as thou 
t-nten-st ill towardh Sephar, tho iuonntaln" *»( 
the enwt. *' I'Theae I an* the w^na of 

Sbem, by their fainiliu*^ by their tontfuea,— in 
thfir lands, by their nations. 
« IITIms*' are th* fainiUtwof thesooAoff Xoah.hy 
their |funerati(in»i' in llieir nation*,— and <fnmi 
th«M*^ were diM^joncd the uatJana in the earth. 
after the flood. 

• '•Plrrt nrvmm -pUirfci 

let ui. n-b«l. - Pr«f- 
T. l^wi*., in Lm**" 

* TTie e!ilf»« n-crv™ U»Ov« 

la»t . hiH -t'.o- t" t4» tK- 
itmnnrU <iwl cami-d on : 
ivinp.SlT. Wfh«TohA.l 
time t'> iMJt "It onr •lim-« 

boffti* cuteritif *' the 

tonU of 8heBi " : cp. 

eh»p. ix. 'JS. See. «1m. 

' Vnt: " I'B'ner over " (n- 

*• KuiiKrutn'." 
^'ITiMtin: " I)iviRl"in," 
■ Or : " tlif hill twuutry." 
'^ . "yauaoi.'' 


GENKSIS XI. 1—32; XII. 1. 2. 

%'H\. BtibH: an altortire O^otn'M <if GodltM 
11 1 Ho it came to p*Ks that WwW the eftrthll wwt of 
<(ne mnnnfr of Rpeech.*— and of »uip <!tock of 
wunls. • And it catno to piwis; <»« they brjike 
»way^ oTiwanlH>_ that tlifj" foiind a plain'" in 
the land irf Shinar, and dw^lt there. " Then 

mud thuy. uucli tiiiui to htM friend. 
Come oil ! let tis make briuka, and bum them 
So lithe bricksll served them liroTHtonel', and 
tjbitutuun ii'' wrvei] tliuin fur murtar. * And 

tfiey Maid, 

Corue on \ \p\. u» build For ounrelvee a city, 

and » tnwur w-itli it»t head in the hvavenH, 

>^• let ua make fur ourselves u namf, — I«9t 

we l»e McAtU'reil ahniul over tbi* face of oil 

the eai-th. 

' And Yahwph como down, tn behold thi^ eity_ 

and thti tuwcr,— which th^* xoni^ of men had 

built. " Tln'Ti said Yahweh : 

L»! cue people, and <oneraaimf>r(>f i4|>eeL*h> 

ha>-e thoy all, i,thi8 I thon i« what thf'y hav»' 

begun' to do. — llmiwll tlierefore, nuthin^ 

will he w-itliholden frcmi ^leni. which they 

may plan to do. 

^ Come on ; let utt xu down, and tbere' coiifuao 

thvir *(|)w-ch, - that tbcy uiay not nudwr- 

staitd, each luaii the )t|iuech of hi.- friend. 

■So Yahweh t>cattered them from thence, over 

the face of all the eartli,~and ao they left ulT 

bujldinu: tho city. • < For thiH caune > wa« the 

name thefFff called Babel | = " ConfuHiou "]; 

because <:th*?rc> did Yahweh corifuti©' the 

fipeech of all the earth,— and <irum tbetii:e> 

did Yahweh Kcactvi- tbuut alirood. over tbi* face 

of all tlie earth. 

% 17. Frmii Sitan to Afimhnm. 

"• liThiwel art? the geneaUy^nuB uf Sbum, ||Shem;i 
was a hundn.'d years uH when be Ijegat 
ArparliKhml, two years after the fl.iod ; 

" and Slwui hved. afu-r he begat ArpaflKshad, 
five hundn-il yoarn,— and l>egat soiw and (hiugh- 
ters. '^ And I' Ar|uebH}ia<}|i lii-ed tbirty- 

five ywirs.— and Ix^pit Hhelaii ; "and .Arpach- 
shad lived, after hu liegat Hbelali, four hundivd 
ftod three yetara, — aud lieffat aonH and dnugli- 
tera. ".And '|8belnbi| lived thirty yeaj>s— 

•Xid bf^t Ebi;r : ■'^ and Shelah lived. afU-T he 
begat EWr. four bundrnxl and three yeatH.— 
and begat sons and daughter*. '" Anil Etwr 

lived, thirty-four yc*r»,— aud Ix-jrit Pflt,-g ; 

"and Eljer lived, after be Ixijiat Peleg, four 
hundn>fl aud thirty yeans -and liegat boob and 
daughtflr^ i" And Peleg livr-d thirty ytMuw, 

and l»fgat Reu : '* and PoIok livod. after Ih? 
begat Rou, two liuiKlred and nino yeurH,— and 
liqfat Ron> ttiifl daughters. '"And Hi-n 

liTud thirly-two yeara,— and begat Serug ; "and 
Beu lived, after ha begat Serug, two hundn^d 

•M : "iiiu'lip.'* 
►Ml: "pull up," "xAwk 
away "— *.• t^^nt-irfn--. a 

*Ur: "dbpnswiun"— mob. 
a iqilit «r rent In the hilLi. 
«0r: ••■•phalt." 

and Buvcit yeurs,— and begat aoiu oxul daugb- 
tere. '•And Serug lived tliirty years,— and 

begat Nahor ; ** and .Senig lived, after he begat 
Nalior, two hundred yeniii,— ajul lx>gat tmius 
and daughters, •* And Nalior lived twenty- 

nine years,— and )Kigat Tenih ;* =^ and Nahor 
lived, after lie liegnt Terah, a bundn^ and 
ninot^M-u yt-ars,— and Wgat .-akw iind datigli- 
ten*. *■ And Tc rah lived weveuty ywkra, — 

and licgat Abmin,*' Nahor, and Haran. 

g IM. Tkr Fnthrraiul RrJatirrt of Ahratii. A 
Mifjnitiim U'jtin and sutptndrd. 

*• llTherte 1 tbi'n im- tlio genemtioni*'' of Ternli, 
llTerah! Iiegat Abmni, Nnhor, and Harnn, —and 
:;Hanuii| lwx»t I-»'>t ;' ^'xnri H»ran died, in tlie 
prwicuoe of Temh lii>. fathnr, —in the land of his 
birth, in Ur of the Choldtws, **And ALram " 
and Xuhtjr took to tbeuufidvo!* wivea; the 
name of Abnim's wife|j was Sarai ;• aud itbi* j 
name of Nahur'H wife!!, Milcah, daughter of ■ 
Haran. father of Alilcab. aud father i>f laoah.' ^ 

^'Aud [Saraij remaiued |barreui,— ahe had uo 
ehild. ^' vVud Terali took Abiam his sou, aud 
Lot iiiou of llarun, his son's m>u, aud rJAmi hL" 
daughter-iu-law, wife of Alrani his w>n, — and 
cauie forth with them ' out of \'t t>f the Clukldi-ew, 
that they might pj tlioir way tow.(rds th*j land 
of Canaan, and they came in (%» far a.-« Haran, 
KoA dwelt tiieiv. -^^ And (be dtys ..( Tcrali 
wer\.' two biiudred and five yearit, — Aud Terah 
died in Uaran.'' 

g 10. Thr Genewt oj FaWk. in fAc FtOher oj the 
Fiiith/uU 7^r Miffratifin i-umpirtf^i nntl thr 
Luiifl MurfrtfftJ. 

' And Yahwob f*ftid iinti* AVirnm : 13 

Come^ ilmu on thy way, 

Out of tby land and out of the place of thy 
birth, and out itf the bouw of thy father. — 

Unto the land tliat I %<rill ^h'lw tliee; 
■ That I may make tliee into a great nation. 

And Uess thee, and make great thy name. 

And become thou a h)i*MMing ; 

■ Perh. : "trnTOller." 

• '* Father til exaltntion." 
"exiiltvd fnthui." 

• Or: •■ ffwiFsiwt." 
•l\wh. : "conctiilmwit." 

• lYob. ; " oout^ntiuiift-" 

' Peril- He, i.'. "God 

• So it (Jul bD V. Smn., 
8>T., Vul., -G.ii. 

'i Tniji Ti'iHi- liHM bf4-r ilis- 
lo«itt<d. "Ttuxiwit.h of 
Tcmh whii-h is n"ii>rdc«i 
(n tlip 1l«ji( \irrm' iI'mw not 
r>imn<tI<wicaUy rmiie bo- 
forvtJi^ Lord'n Mimmiinil 
Ui AbraliAtn tu Im^x- 
HAmn with which rlwii- 
tLT xii. tH^iiK . . it 
linisl liiivi- ttlct-n placw 
aft4>rthL<iji'pArtHit>of Uie 
ftttnittvOi. The vi'ix' in 
■luisition UiUHt thoifjnn- 
be tnn^puitei." -«. In- 
tr«. 9lft. 

' The iiut»tcr>tliouffbt i>f 
tho cnHiun:? fhnpten: - 

fallh nVrioic (xj(. 1^,, 
tiiod and fiut«riutt (xij. 
tfcfhtinw iXiv. I. iiumtioR- 
i»iir (XV.' , j-ieltlinn ;\vi. ., 
rciilcl :\vii.., etultinif 
ttntIr>li-(KluiK i\viii.:.(Ji». 
ajiimuitfil [xix.j, iiklUtr 

itm Lxx.;i. 

xxi,). prove,! 
umphHTit fxx"' 
f.iitli fftiuirw I 
to tv^t itn. 
»'v>*n pPimi»-«.- 
1~«: '.a iri.7: [8i xni. 
11-17; (I) >v. 6-21; !5i 
x*ni. 1-21 ; ifi) x*iiL »- 
14: <7) xxii 15-ltt. 
»"C;<inir," Huivly. mlhur 
tlwa "fh)." the Ut^>^tv 
wiinl ni.-.itiiin{ fith<>r. 
Ytliwoh (III! D'HT '■ •H/ad " 
fiirth Abnira. wliile Ue 
ItiniM-ir r>-titiiined .iu luiv 
itptTiiil >tni.H«.) iK-hinfl. 
Tht- tt»iitinu«d dtvln« 
mtuxirrutntiiiiu ii rvobaad. 

GENESIS Xll. 3— '20: XUI. \ -17. 


* Thftt I m^y Uem thtui wb» bltwi tluw, 

Bat -^ him who tnaketh light of tiiee > will 1 

8n nhjkU he |Me^<i*ed in tinsel, all the faiuiliw 

nf Uip gtrmncl." 

* Aiicl Ahr«m rtmu un bi^ vr^y, aocorrliutt t'O th^i 
wbirh VahHvIt \vui MtMiki-ri unto him, aikI I.nt 
cMiw with hitii,— now ';Abrum. wan Huvvnty- 
fivc yi^r* oUl. wlM?n he cnmi- ftirth out of 
Hatmi. ^.Vitd Abruu t>:<ok .StiriU his wife, 
atul L'li WiA hruthi^r'tt son, with kU the gvida 
that they htt<) ifAlhDnHl An<t thv tw>uli> th«t th«*y 
h»il K>ui><^t '" ll*rMi,— itn'l thi'V cumiy furtJi Ui 
gu UtwattJk cht) IaihI of Caruuii, ui^l t-iirii** in to'' 
the Ud<I of Cadami. 'And Abriuii pHsatMi along 
throu;h:hot]t l\tv Initd, aa far an tin.' \Amfa^ of 
Sbr>t:h(*iii.tUi far Mthu Tt-acherV Ti-rehiiith," :thc 
CuiaAiiit'' lixiiit; lihetii in th*; land. 'Aud 
Yahweh appmrcvl unto Atv&m. oiid r«id : 

cTi* thy »«?«)> will I (jivo thin low!,— 
iVnd he bnih thi^rr, an altar, uiilo Yohwuh vclo 
ik|>pearrd tinto him. "And \iv muvod on 

frciii tbclic l^iwards ehehillcuuiitr/.on the onnt 
of Bethel, and pimhcd hii* tonl,— with lU-thel 
oa the wntt. oiid Ai un tlie uiutt, aiid built th>*iv 
oa altar to Yahwoli, mkI unlhil on tUf iinim.' of 
Yah*yh. ^TIiiiA AbrRin brnki* up, 

again and again, towai-dn thu South.'' 

J3l). A Fnatitte III l^if LfttuJ of Pfontt'w. 
'* Anil it iioine to i*hsA that thvrt) won a fnniiue. In 
the Ijui^I,— Ml Abrain went duwii XajVi iA>t Ktfyfrt, 
Uf aojourli there, bccaUM? 'igriwvuusl wan thft 
famiiM- m tht Land. >'And it ctunu to pooft 
<:whcu he hod oonw? near to enter into K)f,vpt> 
ihiic he viid unto Harai hix wife : 

Behold! I bwsewh tlitw, t know tJiot <o 

wonuw fair to look oii> thuu art' : '^oo wUl 

itoomtttopoHA <w)ien [bu Kgyptionn behold 

thee> that tlipy will wiy <Iiiii nife> 

tliitf ! and will hlay oiu. while <thee> 

they preoerve oli \c. 

» 8av, T beneech thee, tlmt <my kiHCer> art 

thim'.— tn the end it may l»e well with loe 

for thy salu% lui <ihaU my aoul l>t ptiMUved 

olivr liet«ui«e of tht^. 

»» And Mt it was. <wlit'u Alrmni ent9r«d into 

R^pt> the KirypClnnn )ii'h*>hl tli<< woman, that 

<£air> was she. fK-f-v^iiigty. '^Arul cfae 

prinisei of Pbunuih lieht^-hl iKir, and prai.Hed her 

iiabu Fhara/jh. -mi thc^ wnitiiui won token to tho 

lum*eof Phank'h : '"and < with Abrani:^- dealt 

Iwi well for her »Bk<\"**o that Iw lamiB t*i have 

tkick»and her<U. and htt-»-*i*M, und Mieii-M<r\'ant>«, 

and niaid-N^'vauu, and sll•'•n<^de•<. fttid cauieK 

'' And Yfthweh plagiie^l Phnrwoh with great 

plague*!. altMi bi)i hoiiHO,— for th>- iimtter of 

Borwi. wify of Almmi. ^"^ And Plmntoh cnllM] 

nut to AInm, and »id : 

iWliat ifl iliL^I thou hoAt done to ine?*> 
Wtwrefofu didnt thou m^ tell me, that fiho 
WOB thy wifet^! 

|> IX. 

PJU If tu luU iiway the 
> ourar, rh. di. It : Cp. 

k Of i " |iiw»p1»." 

• (>. lint. ki..'U; anaO.O. 

* lioU-: I'ltfv. 
•Ilr:" I What, bowlbaH 
thuii ilnoe tu lOK .* ' ' Op. 

<* Wherefore' itaidAt thou. cM.v «i*ier> alie't utd 

wi I w«i» alMiul to t»k«> Ikt to luo. to wife? 

But. : )o ! thy wife, t»ke her Mid go thy 


** And Pharaoh gave command coDoeming him 

un:<i certain tuea,— nml Mint him away, with hU 

wifo_ nii'i all that ht^ had. 

1 31. T/tr ttttHni frutn Etjitfil. At'miu and Cut 
t So Abram camn up out of Ggypt^ hti and hii 13- 

vnle and all tlutl liu hiu). and Lot with him. 

UiWoi-ds tlu! Smth. = N*ow lAbruiti wo* very 

rich,— in cattle, m HiKt-r. luiil in K"Id. -^AjmI he 

weut hi« waj . by hia rvmovul«, from the 8outh. 

vvvtx OM for uH t4.» Lk'thi'l, — OH far as the ploctf 

wbi'iv hilt t*^nt wa» at ibi.* liugiuiiinK. Iietwwn 

BoiIh:! and Ai : * utito the ]*lzu% uf the altar, 

which ho mode thore Kt timt,— and Abraot 

called, there, on the name ut Valiwdi. 

' Now iXot aImh who woa {{oini; with Abnimll 

had fluck4aud herda. and louta. ' Anil thulaud 

suffciVMl them not to dwell to{;et}H!>r, tMKsaoM 

itbeirsu^Mtanct.' Iiad become igivatl, MtthaCtliey 

could not dwell together. ^And thrre arooe a 

BtrifL' >)otwtxt the hordrnen uf Abram, oud the 

hi nlmvn of Ix't, Now the Canoanite and 

the Peri££it« wt-n^ then' ilwellint< in tlie 

land. ^ So thfu Abram said unl> Lot. 

Pray let not caune of »trifc ariiM; l>vtwixt m» 

snd thet', or Iwtwixt Diy herdmen au'l thy 

brrdnii'ii : for <brclhron> are we.' "Is 

not \\a\\ the Und | Ijafon* thoe? I ^M-ity thee. 

N.<I>itrat<- thviwlf fi-ora m«--,— <if to the left 

haudN then I will ^o to the right, <tf to 

the n^\iK liiiud> thuu I ^^-ill i^> to the left. 

'*Sa Lot lilted up hi-* eyt-s. and beheld oil the 

circuit'' of the Jordan, that .the M-hole of ill 

waa well-watered, — before Yahweh deNtmyud 

Sodom and Uoitiurrah. like the tiarden of 

YahweL. like the land of E^'pt, act tboa 

eiiterefct intn /oar. » Aud Lot cbooe for 

biniAelf all the circuit^ of the .birdan, m:* Lot 

brake up eoatwaiija, — and they M-iMnateit them- 

.■wlvc*. each man from hit* brother: '='liAbnun|' 

tiwd hift dwelling in the luml of Canaan,— 

but iLtA: fixed hiA dwelling among the citieit 

of tho circuit, and moved hi-t tent oh far aa 

Sodom. '^ Now :themen of Sodomi were 

boiie and ninful.— againiit Yahweh. vxce^Miingiy. 

** And 'Vahwelt ! ^wid unto Abram. after that 

Tjot had separatt-f I himK*lf frc«n him. 

Lift lip. I pray th«?e^ thino e.v«'^. and look, 
fntui thi.' place where thou art, — northward 
uiid Kiuthwiwrd. and eatttward and we5tward ; 
'■ for <all the land which tli4)u' art li«tH»ld- 
ing — ti>thee> will I give it, and tothyiiee<i. 
imto timed age-abiding ; <* and t will inoko 
thyM«d.aa the diutof the earth,— ho that 
<)f a man con nimiber the dutit nf the 
eartli> ||thy Rwd alMiii nmy he oDinbered. 
n Ritw ! go up and down in the land. t<i thb 
length rhemof, and to the breadth thi-nnif, 
for <. to tli«e> will I give it. 

*M1: "nwnbiathrrane." *y IUidudhI '«Tml>"-'0,Q. 

"St* Abram moved Ma l«nt. wid cjuui* in and 
dn'iOt ami>ng tho tKiks* of Manire^ which wen! 
in Hobivtn, — kJid built then" nn altar t<> 

$32. ^'/MHi /uirntfH f\mr Kimjt ; ttrUvtr» LtA ; 

14 1 Andit cnmetoptif^, '.'inthifduVMof Amrftphcl, 
king of Shiiiar, Arifich,'' kiuu uf Ellft-siir, — 
CbodorlAouier_ king tjf Klam, and Tidal, king of 
lloIui> 'that they made war with Horn, king 
<rf Stxloui, and with Bir«ha. king of Gomorrah, — 
fthiiiab.*' king of Admali, »nd Shotnebor. king i 
of Zebolin,'" nnd the king of Bt^U — :!the satni.*!) in | 
YjOAt. ^ 'Allth«v»<»l jtiined tngpthfirin the vftlluy I 
of tho opnti fiwldsi, ithi* .•Aine,! ir tViB Salt Sea. 

* <'rH-*ilvi' y^«T.^> had thpy «!r\'wl Chwdtir- 
lai»m«r.— hut in tl»e thirtw-ntli j-tuirl had they 
niliijllrd ; ^ and <iii the fourtL'cnth yL-ar> hod 
Chedurhtoiner come in. and tite kingx who 
werv with him, h.> they Hmote the Hf pliniin in 
A»hten>th>k<tniaiin, Atid the Zuziut in Hmii, — 
ami th*! Emim in SiLAveh-kirinthaim; "and 
tho Horitef- in tlteir Mount Seir,— aa far m» 
Kl-piimn. which in by tho desttrt.. * So they 
rctunuK) and e^inio in untn Kn-iiii'^hpat. I'tho 
MiuiL*'; in Kadi«h, and smote alt the fifld of tbo 
AmalijldtoH.~>nn<l the Amoritcai aluo, that dwelt 
in HazAKuQ-tiunAr. 

* Thi» then wont fitrtti the King of Sodoni and 
the king of Gomcirrah. and the king of Admab 
lUid tho king nf Zeloim.^ lUid the king of Undu, 
lUiv MOM) II 14 ZtAr— and tvt tiR*niw!lves in 
KmyagBin^t them fur ]iaT[U\ in the valley i>i 
tt» open fields : ^ against Chednrlaomer king uf 
Elam_and Tidal king of c»nini. and Ainraphel 
king of Shinar, and Arif«h king of Ellasnr, — 
four kingn, .igwinst five. '" Now the vnlk*y of 
the open fiekU had many pita of liitumen, ho 
the king uf Scxlnm and " CKimorrah fled, and fell 
then",— while I they who remained II < towards a 
muimtain> Hwl. " And tliey took all the gouds 
of SiKiom .-uid (joniurr.ih, and all their food, and 
went thejr way. '■• And tliey t«»f>k Lot. AbnimV 
bnitberV s«n. willi hnt guodH, and went their 
way, — ijhe I V>eitig a dweller in S<xlom. 

** Then came in a fugitive.' und t<»ld Ahram the 
Helm-w,— i'he , having hix dwelling anumg tho 
uftk.4of Mamrv th« Auurite. brutlior of K)«he(>I 
and l>rother of /\uer, iithevil alao listing a 
ottt'cnanti' w<th Ahrani. "So Abranj -ihcjirJng' 
that his lirotlier had Ueeu taken captivp^ drvw 
forth hift train'.-d" men. born in his haiuie, three 
faundn^ and eigbtt'en, and pnmned as far a« 
DjOi. ^ .\nH he dit'ided himwif agniuxt tlietn 
by night, :he. and liu« ttervant»i. and «nute 
tbtrntf— and pursued them as for as Uob&h, 

* Or : " ttfebiatbit." Cp. 

ubnp. xvUi. ]. 
^ Home end. iw. Ham.. Sep., 
Syr.;: "imJ Aiioth '*— 

* Hcnau; cod. i "Sinab" — 

' )r>'M(-n"7«butin"; rtmil, 

•'Z»!l>r»Tiin"-0.o ^ 

> An nil<liUmuNwtahi«d 

Bua., Hup., Vfrr. In : ^*aiul 
the kin^ of ''-On.. O. 
latrn. «•*. 
'Ml : -the fujnti%e." Imt 

ffiob. Hit of "'iJiiwi**.*' 
"bcimr rnntw iof 
■ owaun> - '"«•'* '1 of a 
i!uveiuuit." etc. 
h "I'riHl KoA trort)-"— 
0,o. xa. 

which wsH un the li^t uf liftnuweuA. >" So he 

Ix^uglit biu:k all the goodat—yca < Lot alao bis 
bnhther, with liiH g<Kidrt> did he bring biiok, 
and the wommi alxo. and tlw- peoplei. 

Tl.en ciuje forth the kiii^ of tVidom Ui meet 
him, after Ids return from the imiiing irf 
(^hidorhumuT. and the kingu who wpru with 
hiui.- inUi the vale of SImveli. ithesamei; was 
the vale of the king. '" Xow 

I MeJchixi-dek" king of Salem [''hod hniuglti 
forth bri'ad an<i wine,— i|ha fifing priest uf 
(joi) Mont High. >* So he hUoiM^ liini. and 

«aid. — 

Bleat>«<r be Abram. of (tuw Mi«t High, 
poHNttbor uf [the] ht^venfi and earth ; 
' And bkssawl' Ix- Uoi» Miwi Jrligk who hntit 
delivered thiuu eueuiies into thy liaod. 
8i> hu gavu unto hiu a tunth of all. '■" Tbon 

Haid the king of 8odum unto Abrani,— 
Givti anto me the perMnw*' but <tbegoodii> 
taVu thou for thyself. 
^ And vMiraiu taid unto the kin; of Sodum,— 
I have liftetl up my liand unto Y&hwch. Ouu 
.Most Higli, i»i)*w*.tw)r of [tho] he-avens 
and earth : 
^ That <not from a thneiid even unto a 
sAudAl-thoiig>— will I Uke liuiythingll 
that iH thine, - 
Le«t thou phouldHt fwiy, , ill enriched 

Abram I 
^ I Save only | what the ytning men have eaten, 
atwl the nhsre of tho nmn wlio went with 
me,— Aner. Kahuol. and Mamru, Iltliey 
may take their Mharu. 

1 23i. Abratti'* t£»f»ti<mtiifi j'aith ^n^^rmtd M to (kt 
.Smc/ and the Jytnd. 

of U 

' < After UicM thinga> came the word 
Yaliwflh unto Abeam, in a vision, anying.— 
Do nut fear. Abram, 

II III am a fthiold to tl>ee, thine exceeding^ 
gTuit reward. 
■ And Abram^iid 

My Iiui-d Yaiiweii. what caiijit tlum give mo. 
wheu il { am going un chiidle«,— and Hthe 
heiriif Hiy huusel is Ktieser [of Damaaciul'' 
3 And Alintm *aid — 

lx\ <io me> hast thou not given seed. — 
And lu! a nun of my housvhuldli is uiino 

* .\nd lo : the word of Yahwoli [came] unto 

him. aaying, 
Thl-*' one [hhall not Tdc thine heir| : 
But lone who eometh forth of thy body — 

hell shall be thine heir. 

* And htj bniuglit liim forth abroad, and aald — 

L'xik utMailfftntly^ I pray thee, towards the 
hnaveji-s, nnd iiuiul>L-r the ittars. if thou be 
itble to nuin)N.T |thoin., 
And he Haid to him, 

<ThT»> ahall laj thy :*et'd. 

*'•- King of liyhU-ou"- 

*• Prob. Uie tame *» Jem- 


«SU: "the 

GENESIS XV. 6—21; X\l. l-l«. 


* And hu liftd faith in Yshweb, —mi be rwkoued 
it to tiini. aa rijrbitMHiMtieatk ^ And be 
Mtid luito liiui,— 

lllll lun Yahweb, who bn*u^bt tbot? fortb out 
ol Vr uf tliR CbjUdiNw, tu ^ve ttiee UiLs 
buid, U> iuhmt it. 

* And lie mid : 

My Ijord Yuliwcb, <wherehy> c&n I know, 
tbkt I :tlia01 mhi>nt it ! 

* And bo Kud uutti bim, 

Tftkv fur tue n heifer, tliree yeoiH old, and & 

Bhe>gtAl thnte je«n4 old. and a rant thnw 

y«nn uld, and a tiirtlL^-dovu. and a ruung 


'" Sti be t<ii»k ((If him nil th«!n\ and divided 

jtboinl in tliv miiltt. and placed (rach piece 

ovtT against itit Mlow, — but <tbc btrd8> 

divided he not. " Tbm aumi down the 

birds uf prry u|x>n the carcaHem, — and Abram 

dntve* llM*ni away. " And it caiue to 

paiM < when i tbo «un|i wa^nljout to go in, and 

liadeup Hleepll had falUm upcin Abrnin> )o! l>.-i 

terror— a gruAC darkuaall waa fulling upon 

linn. " Anil ho said to Abi-am— 

TIkki lltniiMtRun'ly knnwll that <Mijftunien»> 

irill tby Bcod lM!c<initf in a land nnt th«ir^, 

and shall HTvo thoQi. and tlicy will btinib|i> 

tliMm, — ff>arhnadroflyi-'ftr»; '* nmrwtvHr alw>. 

<tlie HAtirm wlioni they will (t»«rvr> I | am 

Cfuing to jutli,i', and <aftertbat> nbnll they 

oumi' forth with grvAt HuljKtanvc. 

^ Bat . thuii'i nbalt k*' >>■ untti tby fattitim. in 

IM-ace,— tbuu ^lialt Ini buried in a ^oud old 

>* And <ui the fourth gtiiMtratiuu.'- dball they 

mtuni bitlior, — for <not n4nplete> to the 

iniquity of thu Ainoritcw liiw y*^t\\. 

^ So it camt< to fiiiMH <wlMm (|tlt« Hunti had ^nc- 

in, and lla t\\'u:k darknMSlI had come nn> that 

lo* tlierr wari a Huuklng hearth nnd torch 

of fir«, whiult }tluwl:^d through betweon theiw.- 


^ <In tluit day> did 

• Ml; "|MifT«HHMn«»>ty." 

* Tlii* Kpfcaix l« huvi- 1" (•« 

H tn<»i Mikinii Aiul iiii 

TT— "Tit<nK br Acrifirv : 

Vabweh lolemniae^' u-lth Abmiu a o<jvenant. 


<To tby seed> liaTe I grivun thu land, from 
tbtt river uf Rg>'pt. sa far a» th« ^n'^t rivor 
— ibo riwr Eupbratn^: '" thit Ktntitt.-. antl 
tbu Kcnisidie, and tht* Kadtnonite; ^' and 
tfao Hittiti* and thf Pt^riizitti. nnd tbu 
Repbaitn ; "> and tlie Amuritti. and the 
Canaaoite. and the Ciinpuihito. and thii 

S 24. Kir'tliaf/ ff Saroi, Abntm lakt* Buffor^ vho 
benrt I$\utaef. 

10 t But rBarfti. Abram'it wife i had borne him no 
childru-n, — |![ihe luidl, Iiowover. an £g>-ptian 
ItATidmaid. who«! name was Hagar.'' 3. So 

tlicm Sarai said onto Abnuu. 

Behold. I pray thee. Ynhirt'h 1 hath rwtnuned 

fjt. J*r. xxxtv. IK. 19: 
"wl X.T. Ap. "Covfn- 

> ri>. cliKD. xxi.37. r. 

' "Tlight." 

me I frviu bearing, gu in. 1 pray Ihea. unto- 

iny handmaid, pi.>radventure' I maybe built 

up fnmi her,— 

And A brain I loarkened' to t he vnico of 

Sarai. ^ So Sanu, Abrani's wife, took 

HiLgat- the I<3g>-ptian. hor luuidm&id, : at the 

end of ton yean of Abrain'Et dwoUing in thfr 

land nf Ctttiaan . and Rnve Iht to A>>rain bt^r 

hiwbaud. to be to him an a wife. * And ho 

went in unto Hagnr. and she uo«oei^*«i,— 

and <wlien «hi» wtw thnt she had couceived> 

HIiglitly (vtoetnedll wa« her Udy, in her 

eyes. " Then Mid tiarai uutf> 

Alirain : 

iiMy wrcHipi. i-« |on thoej! ||I|I ^vu my 

bau<li)iAid into tby honom, and <whon she 

iift-th that aIi** bath Rima>ivf?d> then am I 

lightly Mtvrmed in her L-yen! 

Yahweb judge Ijetwiict me and her.' 

^ Aitd Abraiti mukI unto Saraj, 

Lo * iitby iioiubiuud!! is in tliy liand, do tu Iter^ 
wluit in. good ill tliinu eyoi^ 
8u Sarai bumUed her, and uhe fled fmm bur' 
' And the nwwtenger ni Yaliwoh '■ found lior^ by 
tin- fountain of water, in the desert,— by Ibo- 
fotintain in the way to Sliur. " 8u ho said — 

Hngnr \ liandnutid of Serai ! 
WI««nce hiMt thou oouie. and whither wonldbt 
thou go ! 
Awl .nbe Kiid : 

<Kr(ini the face of Snrai, nty lady^ AmlllQ, 
" An*I the mittfteager of Vabweh p«id tu Li-r, 

Krtiim unto tby laily, — and bumble tby»elf 
undiT her hand& 
'" And the me*Mteuger of Vabweh said to luir, 

1 will .igrently multiply ' thy «ted— M»tiiat it 
ithajl not tip iiumUired for multitude. 
" And the niewH'nger of Yaliweb said to her, 

IV'boUi tbfi* ! with child, and about luaring a 
tan — and thuu aluUt eaU bid name I^bnutet 
[="CJiid hi«rkenetli "1 fur Y^oiiweb hi\th 
bearkiMu^' unto tby bumibatiuu. 
■a But 'he I will )ie a wild imh uf a uum, Uhia 
bandii every one, and ilevery ODe'u- 
biimli again.-*! lutn- yet <in pnwence of all 
bi.^ brbthreu> »1ia11 Iv* bavu hia tiabitariuu. 
'^ Anil »lw! called the niinio uf Y-ihweh, wbu bnd 
apuken unto luir, 

Thou (*ot> of viflion ! 
Fur alw said. 
Do I <oven bcr?> retain my naioa aft«r a 
vision 1 
'* <0u thif» aect>uiit> in the well called. Tlie 
well of the life of vinion, — lo I it in l«tweon 
Kadeoli ftnd Bored, 
'^ 8u Hagar bare to Alinun a turn, — and Abram 
called the name of hi» .sou. whom Ha^r ban.'. 
!;I»>bma(>L "Now iiAbramli wae eitrhty- 

six years old,— when Hagar bare Fahniael to 

• Sn It stul be— U. Intni. 
k N.B. -. Tb« Bntt EDotktiiMi 

of "the n»«f*n^Mr or 
Yahwcti " ui the U.T. 

OENBSIS X\*II. I— 27: XVin. 1. 2. 

(95 Tlu CorrmaiU'Svm w/ Cirtmtmeiaiam. Abram 

17 ^ And it oua* lo pUM that <:irhen Xbnm «w 
nincTT *ud aim yww« ukl> Yfttiwub appewcd 
unto AfanuiL »nA mkI niitu him. 

* 1 1 un GoH Almightr.— 

VTftlk* tboa Mcov nw Mid hc wi e th>m 

' Thut I may ««« mjr eomuau betwixt me 

ADd tbfvt. 
And Buy mokiplT thee 'axcBBdiiiKlf !. 

* Asd Almun IcU on kiU face;— «od God vpaJa 
vith him. Mjinf : 

^ <:A9 fnr «e> lol vy oo«««ant M with 
S«ilMdt llMmfaaoooitf— father u< A muhitud^ 
of fiatinna ; 

* And thy name Khali no mucv he cmlkd 
Ahnui,*~bttt th^ name sImU hcwanr 
Abtahaa.* for «:£atha uf « maltitiide «< 
MatiniM> have I apfwtutcd thoc : 

* An»l I wQI toakxr ibrv fruitful cxcc«liii|flr . 
•ad e^ant thee to lie tutkjns — 

Yra Idnp^ » <:out nf ihee> >h»IIcoi»;fi«rth5 
V And I will cunfom my anviunt Ivtvixt me 
and thee, and thy need aftcf thee tu thear 
fRMiataoaa. foraaa^e-abidtaitcMtcaaot, — u> 
hecowe tn thee a CSod. antl to thy aeed alter 

* Aad I wiB pre, to thee and Co thy »cd after 
ihee. the kad uf thy iu}dtiniia^-all th** 
land of Cknaati, fur an age-aUdinfr \wv~ 

XmA I win he «o thoM. a God. 

* Aad G«d Mid nrtu AInham, 

Bat raa far tJwei <m7 nMvsuuit> nuM iIkki 
lasvfi, jthoa and thy Mscl after thee!. !*> 
thnrge—ratkw*: — 

* iTka* ■ toy oovokant. which y* ^Mdl h«ef>. 

tacwixt om; aad ytai, axMl thy seed after 

To fMtvumam to ym. rvnr wmIt : 
I* So aball yr be rimiiciiirit. ta <fae flesh c( 
yww ftnukn, — 
Sn t^ftU it t j ec uwi e a ngn <il a oon— >nt, 
tetwixt Baeaadynt. 
» Amd fhethacii eig1ttd«y«aMl JmI) br or^ 
LnMAJmA toym^enrr male l» year fcne- 
laiBow^— <he that ia bum fd the bowv^ 
mA ha that ■• boncft* *^>^ <fl«Tr. ctf aay 
90*: ol aitiaafer,wbui» [notof thy !««]!> 

* iH« «art ear ely be cfacandsnl . Hmn ol 
thy hoaae. «« bongbt with dty »«l««;r .— 

9o i4all my egre— t be ai yowr flmh. lor 

an >ffr ■Iwilim inifiiMiii 

W Bat <»• fur the MaiiiiiMiiiiii 1 Male «V> 

ibaU aot Iv onwQKMd ta tb* flaib o< \m. 

iu»wliia> -Cart |«fwtt' »biU W eat «« 

taai Mwafacmt 

from aami^ hie peupfe,* — <.ny ei>ve- 
tiau> iMth be made void, 
u And God Mwl aato Afc«mham, 

<As for Svmi tbv vif<>> thoo *ha]i luit call 
bar naiae. Sarai,— Iwt'^ /iSaiali. w her 
■* Aad I will bleat her. y«a monover' wffl ipre^ 
from hee^-to tfaee. la. noo ',• 
And I will b)e» Imt. aad >iIh< »haU breooM 
Kincs'of peopke i <fruai l>tT> (<haU ariaD. 
*• Aad Abvabam fell on hta bee. and laogbed,*— 
aori eud ia fai> bean. 

<To one a huBdred yean nld > ahall a ohild 

Aad diall 'em-n Satah, who in acneCy y«an> 
old), pw birth? 
*" Aad Abfahatn Nud onto God, - 

Oh that l^hnmel might hve U4<av tbefr I 
» Aad G«d mid ~ 

Tmly' Sarah thy wiff is alcmt !n *xmr tbee 
a mm, aod chua dialt call hi* name, Ci««r,— 
and I will eatahfiah mv tvvmuit with him. 
aa ao ifr^hMlixiif cattvuant. to' bn «ecd 
after him. 
" Yet <aa for ZMa)ael> I haTv tieard tfaee; 
In '. I haTf hh w ied him. and wiU make turn 
fraitfol. and multiply bim cxc>;«dingly ,' — 
<tw«lve prinoee> vhall he bapet, and I will 
giant hna to be a gnat aataoa ; 
» But <By oov«nMtt> win 1 «wtahtiflh with 
I*s»Ct — whan Sarsli >>hall hear tf> the«, by 
tfa» net tiaia, in the next year- 
~ Aad he left off apeahing with hint, aad God 

wesa up ban AtaalmaL 
■■ So Alwaham took. Tihwmrl fa»«uB. aad all Uxa 
\d hill boaue.and ail hoogbS with hia nlvcr— 
emy aiale aawag Ibe men tt the borne d 
Abialamt.-«Ml oranamad the iMk o< tbair 
ifjnJOA. <m tbb ailfmaiii day. aucu wi i Bg lo that 
which <«<)d bad ipofcea with hiaL ** Ncfw 

iAtatahaml waa amccy-aaaa y«ar« otd.- 
be waa oiwamcind^ m iba Irab of bia 
tkia. * AadpUMHettBaMMi waat 

yvvaokL wbmi ba waa ^tv^aeiHd in 
of hm fiiiiwtia « <0a tliii i 

^j> was Aiiihiai iiiiiami.iaii, m 
lH«B:«aad aOtheaMiof bmboam.bora.d 
hat boaaa. aad boagfat wiib ahwr. frooi the nuo 
vd a atraagari. wwcv ciramaand wMb bim. 

/nmimdm am, •mi watm^nftr jMma. 

Aad Yabareb i |HMu fe J mtto bim. im lat tbe 
oalea* <d Miiaw^— a* ' he wiu «attiag at 
the ppBaiiig d tbe teat, in the beat ot tbe 
dtif. 'Aadbebfteduphiaeyea.aadkaifctd, 


• 3fl : ■pi ii > U - • Some «d. Iw. Sim, Oak. 

anpttw -tar-.'tat" -Ml to-'-oX^ 

— O.G. Cf. '. ( Heh. : 'ftm'Mk «»'AA • 

•«aai»n>l.i« SML.Oak. "■■nlliTi, 

3CS- Jva, t«^ snJ ; <> k^a, 

•«« W liim.-*-ViiJtam >ur: -iimlhirt * (v>. 

-. "repett- 


GKNEJOS XVrn. 3-2fi. 


Mid kt * lltbrM fH«a^, atendinfr oxm ag&itutt him, 
— «o he Io()l<eH. ftiid nui to wt-pt lh*?ui frmti the 
xipc-ningof ttiEf U>ut, aud tKiwi-d Iiitn>M<If tct tlif* 
ri&nh : "»u(l wid,^ 

My l>»rd I •<if, I pray tht-e, I hAvt; found 
favour id tltiae (?ycM> do iiuc, I ptuy thuo, 
\taji* on fruiu tby wrvaiit. 

* Ijpt tIitT«f bt' fylt-hM, I pray ihoe. a littli; 

water. u)d bnthe ye your fwt,— luid ri'-st 
ynurM*lTes nnder the tn«e. 
' And Ipt me fet^ih » morw-'l of lirpiid. and etay 
ye yniir l»ejut, < Afterward* >'• yo may 

For <an thid ttwntint> hjire yp [UMwd by. 
Liver affmiii!tt your M^rvant. 
And tJi«?y tvuti, 

<TliUM> iUiaIi tliiiu du, an tlitm liant Nftnktn. 
*t<o Abrahnm hiuUmMl ti>wnrd» tlte teut. uato 
Saimh, —Mid Mild . 

H»t«t«Q tliuu Uin>e ineAMtrc»* of tine mcuL, 

knead it. aud makt* liunKh-cixke«. 

' And <imui the her\i> ran Ahmliain,— ftud toc»k 

a calf. tvTidtT and r<axI. and Kuve uiittj the** 

young man. aufl he hnotcm-d to make it ready. 

* And he took hiittt^r. and uiilk. iind the oalf 
ihttl he tiad iimdy ready, and -set iK-fort theui,— 
whilu |lhc; ^va>« stAiidiuR nvar them under the 
irw», ihey did eat. ■ And tht?y said 
uuto him, 

Aj to Sarati thy wifts. . . ." 
.\iid he wud. 
Lo ', [slie is] in thu tent. 
'" ;Vud Ik* hatd, 

1 will piurfly return li unto iImw, at th« 
quickening Aeaaoiu— aud lu ! ila nunil fur 
Saimh iby wife. 

Now cSanhil wan htwrkenint; at the o|N.ming of 
ihi lent, iiiti' iKjitig l^hind him. " But 

II Abraham aud tinralij wurv uld, for i^oite in 
dayii,— it had ccam-d to bu with Sarali aifter the 
manner ot womeu. " So thuu Surah 

IttUjfbed' within ht-rsclf. myiog : 

<Aft«r I am pant ^(e> hath cher* ooiue to 
nie pleamitv, riny lordil aUo being uld T 
>* And VaUweb iiaid uutt^i Abraham, — 

Wlwreforc'. uuw'_ did Sarah Uugh' Haying, 
Can It really nnd truly b« that I nhuuld 
liear, Kcing tbat ill have lx<cvute old? 
^* Itiaiiytbing^ | iiKiirondi'rful fur Yahweh i* 
<At the appointed t)mi*> I «-ill return uutn 
tb*e. at the quickening xeoiwu, and 
'Surah I! <haU have a hoii. 
'Aud Snnih denied. Haying, 
I laughed nut. 
Fur «lie waa ftfrnid. And he ftaid — 
Nay ! bat' thnu didst laug)> * 

»T( ' 

-..uiMx>d. (w..Stni.. Ouk. 

M-« Jofi,, flvp,. Syr.i: 

■ '■ . .niB." Tbf^ 

iQcvUcd by 

U<-- T''[i-:oij» lit u(ljL-r 

SoIuwiIm, II nt 1 Ui itnHy 
«|pun Kt Uiu Ai'i it UAViu't 
lutd S*mmt*ku' — U.II., 
O. Intro. WM. 

• Or , '■ iHwltN." 

*Or: •'«.■■ 

■8o it. kImI be— ti.n., G. 
Intnl. a.' I. 

9V.p. O.K. 471*. ». 

** And the men rose up f mm thence, and kioked 

out »iver tbt! face of Sodom.— lAbrfdiam ahtuil 

gtilng with them, bo aet them tm their 

way. 17 Saw ii Yiihwch ■ hid ."w-id, — 

Am I going tt hide from Abraham whnt I du, 

" when Abraham- chall isuivly bceomel a 

greac aud mighty iuiti»u, — aud all the 

nationdi of the earth | shall bi.< bleHSed in lumj? 

" Kor I hnvn *>rciime bin iiitimnt«> friend/ 

Til the tmd that he may command hiH bods 
tt.'iii hi)4 hciiiA* itfti^r him, )«> Khnll they 
keep the wny of Yahweli, liy doing 
righttMUMinrut ami jiiitit-e, — 
To the end that Yuhweh may bring in for" 
Abrttham. wtuit lie hatJi Kpoketi crninmiiug 
*• So Yahweh aaid. 

<Tlie Dulury of Sudum and (romormh. tieniuiie 

it hath become grtuit,— 
And their nin, UwaUHu it hath l)*ounie exceed* 
ing gricv[iu>t> 
^ Let me go down. pray, and let ine M>uld, 
whether <acoording to their ^ outcry 
which liatli come in unto me> they havo 
done alt<igi'ther, 
.'\nil if nut, I mu-ft know ! 
" And the men turned from tlienee, and went 
tltoir way. towanis Siiduni.- Iwt Yahwehlf 
waa yet standing )«fore Almdmtu.'' 

** So then Abraliam dn-w near, aud Mid,— 

Wilt thou nrolly awi^ep away, the righteoua. 
with the IawU«8? 
»' <rer!idvcnture' tliere are' fifty righteoua. 

in the midj^t ctf the rity> 
Wilt thou really DWi-vp nway, and not Hpaxv 
thu plow, for the xtkinv nf the fifty' 
rightuou*. whiuh are tin-rein? 
** Far Im» it fmm the« ! U» do after Uii^ manuer. 
t^i put t«i death the nghteouH with the law- 
luM 1 then ithould righteous and lawletw Iw 
alike, - 
Far )« it from time I 
Shall iU<e .ludguof all the earthjl iiut do 
I justice 1 
*" And Yahweh wiid, 

<If I find in Sodom, fifty' righteoua. in the 
midftt of tliK eity>, then will 1 t(|Mnt all the 
plnce for their Hake. 
•'' And .\brfthnni r^(ip«inded. and wud,— 

Bi'hold. I pray thtv. 1 have ventii cd to 9|)ea1t 
nnto My Lord, thougli III am dust 
nnd aj*he«: 
«• Peraii venture-' there may lack, of the fifty' 

righteami. ifivv j, 
Wilt thuu dmtroy | for five| Hall the 
city II r 
And lie Haid — 
1 will not destroy, if I Iind there, forty and five. 

* Or : "I have aokntrw* 

" Ml ; ■• upon," or " unto." 
' Sn Onk.. ,)«r., Svp. 

Mantfei^Uy tke priinitivi; 

nnd iMTttiM rv.tding~U.n., 

((. Int)i> iVj. 

* ««. it Khii K-. "I: Wa-« 
il^eniix] ilvnii^turT tu thv 

Doitr to *«>■ tlut rJi« 
I.otu*tuoi! befuiv Abra- 
hatu. Hi!Xi>v in auwinl- 
un/H.- witl) thu ulMtNt: ruin 
Ui rt-ui'»vt' III! iiiilH (ratio 
vxpKw&ims till' pUnuM) 

ynnjt nttcrt^l hy thi< 
tt«iiilii!nui."— ti. Intnl. 

aft'.'. SAS. 


oi:XKsis XVlll. 2fr-3-i: XIX. 1— in. 

* And be added lyat unoo muK| to itpeiUc untu 
him. and Baid, 

PvmdvmCare' there inaj lie fouml there— 
And ho MuH — 
I will nnt do it, for th« aak* of tba fortv. 

* And he Mid 
Li<t it not. I pray tUeo, U> vuting to My 

r^nlt liut U'L tnu xpeak, 
FKrftdvcittuni' llwTv inftv L« found tiiere — 
I iJiirty 1 
And hvuid. 
I will not ilu it, if I Bnd there— thuty. 
" And lie iMi'ii. 

liohuM, I pmy tbet!. I have ventured to«pu»k 
unti* My I*«ini, 
Pciradveiiturp' there mftv tje found thtfre— 
I twenty . 
Ami he (»id. 
I will not doMtmy [itj, fur tliu ludcu uf the 
** And hi said. 

lj<;t it nnt. I jtr^y thse, l*a vnxing to My Lard. 
but Ivt uiL* ftuuak ! luily tlii.i oucej, 
Pt-nulveuturi-'' th«n) m»y \ia ftwud there— 
I tent. 
And be mid. 
I will nut dcstruy [ixi, tot i hu sftke ot thi' ton ! 
*■ And V*Lwtfh wynt \m w»y, whru ht- lia-l 
nuidv on vnd. of upt'ftkinn: unto Al»i»liiiin,— 
I Ahnkhnni «li«i icturncKl ti> hU pluci.-. 

i 27. Lot deiivertd: Sodom dtHmntd: the Fate of 
LaCa Wife: Mnati atid Ben-ammi fjirrii. 

19 ' So the twu mcMungurswentiatowardH Si>doui. 
at evpDtidu, iLoti* Iwing suited in lh«< i^tn 
of StMUmi, — mu T^it hulmld. and ntm) up Ut meKt 
thtfin, Kbd i>uw»J himwlf with hiH fiuie to thu 
tarilt. "And hi- mud, 

Beliold. I pray yuu. my lurds^ turn aAtde, I 
pruy ytKJ, int«t tht* htiunf nf yuuraurvant,— 
ftiid tarry the ni^ht. iiud bath* your feet, 
HO Hhall ye ride early, and gu on your wuy. 
And they natd. 
Nay, tiut <iD the l>nndway> will w» tarry 
thu niglit. 
^ But ht) beuuiie exceeding urgent with them, hu 
they turned oHiJe unU» him, and entered intit 
hin hiiUHe, — and hu maile fur tlieni a lmn<[iiut, 
<.tudeavuned CHk«t> ahtu did hu baku, and ihey 
did cut. * < Kr« yet they lay down > 

||Ur< uien of thti ctty-th«nian uf A<xli>m|| hiul 
oomi* n>und againxt the Iioum-, fn<m yuuth, 
even unto h^*,— jail Utu ]<cople fn>iti t!v«ry 
quarter {. ' And they ualled unto I#ut, and 

•aid to hint, 

Whfi* lU-e tlit' men who havu oome tu uut« 
thot). to-niRht y BriuK thetu f«>rth unto uh, 
and let MS kn'iM- iliuni I 

* And L<it Went foith iiiiu> Ihum. tu thi* entrauct? ; 
but <the d(x>r> cIimmkI hu behind hini. ^ And 
he (wid.— 

l)onat.I pray y(>u.mybret)iTvn.aut uickedly. 

* Behold. I pray yiiu, ill I hav« twudaught«ri( 
who liavi; not knuwu man, I muat nvwU. 

Bow. liring |thum[ forth uiitoynii. i 
ye I to tbenil an niay bu good in 
eyea, — 
Only' < to thoM men > yo may do autbiDg : 
for <oii tliiH account > have they uonw 
under thu itlinde of my ivdf. 
■ And they iaid. 
Stiuid back, 
And tht-y aaiil . 

.TWw nne <by hinu)elf> hath come in to 
EMijoum. and mutt alwaya be aclhig the 
llNnw I will we do more wickedly to thee, 
than to them. 
Sfi they iirwwwl mutv u|x>ii tin* man — ij|ii»n \jot — 
exoerdingly, and drew ni'ar tu l>nrak uijen* the 
door. '" And thti men thriKtt forth 

their hand, aiMl brouKht Lot in unto them, 
intii the hiHwe— mid <lhe dcw)r> tlieyolo«>d: 
" <:tho men al*i who were at thy entrance of 
the h<> iimotu they with bltudnves, from 
■nuall even unto great, nw tliat tliey wearied 
theiuNeivori to find t)ie entrance. '^ And 

the nit^n aaid untu Lot, 
Whom |be»ide»i Iwwt thou here ! <Stm-in-Iaw, 
and thy mmn and thy duughtens'* and all 
that thou hant in the dty.^ bring tliuu 
fiirtli out (if tiM- place ; 
" Knr wt! am aljuut to destroy' thia plao*.— 
for llgreat i« the tmtcry of them unto the 
face of Yaiiweh. «i thut Yahwuh l»atli sent 
iLH to deMtroy it. 
1' And Lit WL'Mt f'irth and ftpake unto hit* aouatn- 
law wh.t were alxiut tu take his two daugltlers. 

Ariw. come forth out off thw place, for 
Yahwoli ihalxmt to destmy' the eity. 
And it came to |nuw. that he waa au one that 
laughe*], in the eye* of hia wmB-in-law. *■ But 
<afl Hoim OK Ithe dawn I had oprung up> the 
mttwM'ngerM hiuttened Lot, Haying. — 
Ari«e ! lake thy wife, and thy two daughteni 
that are at hand, \mt thou lie .iwept away 
In the punifthment of the city. 
1" .\nd Ite lingered— Ko the men laid hold of hia 
hand nnd of tlie hantl of hw wife, and of ilie 
hand of hiti two daught^'m, in the tcndcrneaa 
of Yahweli towanU tiini,— and llioy brought hira 
out. and lixl him forth imt^iide the eitj. '^ And 
it came to |xuui. <when they hud brouuht them 
forth outMidu> that thoy'' said, 
Kaoa)ic for tliy Hfe,-' 
I^k not Ixdiind thco. neither ataud atill m 
all the vale,"— 
<To the mountalu> cncape tliou, le«t thuti 
\k »WBpt away. 
i<* And L*t ^aid unto them. — 

No, I pray thee, My Lt>rd ! 
w Jiuhold. I pray thee, tliy wrvaut Imth fonnd 
favour in ibliie eye»». so that thou hast 

•IH: "bt\tik m pimw," 


* iiome ikm\. (w. tSnm., w-u. 

Jun.): -thr-oon." But -i U.r'aoul"— Cp.N.T.Ap. 

tu. : " Tby wtm^tM-law • Ur : *' «frcuit " — clutii. 

and thy dm^jchWD'"— xiii. 11. 1;.'. 

S«> it nbd. be (w. Scv.i— 

OKKESIS XTX. 20-38; XX. I -». 


TiDifiufied thy luTuijikJndiuMs which tbnu 
hHAt perfunned irith ine, iu keeping alive 
my 9i>ul. — 
But 111 otnnut eacitpe to the mountain. \cnt 

mtamttj ox'ertAke me, ko ithnll I Hit'. 
Behold, I pra; thf^. Ilthis cityil im near, for 
Hf«ing thither. 
Anii litii IB a little one,— let me. I pray 
thee, escape thitlwr— lit it not » lilittWl 
That roy aoiU may live ! 

I; Aiiri hp mid untn him. 

Behold ! I have lift^-d ap thy (fmnttftianci!.* 
fc-vwn aa t« this thinp,— .-n that T will nut 
ovi!rthn>w tlie city, uf wliiL-h thou lijwf 
*> Haste thee, e«citpe thither, fur 1 uannut do 
anythiiifCt until thou Imve «iiii« in thithfr. 
SFor thi» omae wax the name of tliedty called 
ltZt]arii> ** <Wlieii the »»utii' bnd 

ct»ine forth on th« parth> iLoL^^ had entered 
lutu Zoar. 

** And ilYahwehli rainnd. upnnSndnm and nprm 
Gnnmrrah. briniACon** and fire, — fmin Yahwch, 
<mt nf till* hmivpnit : ^ no hw nvMrthruw tlirau 
cdtieA, and all the circuit,''— and all the inlmln- 
tantM r>f the citiea, anil tlw itrudiiee of thu 
ground. * But hi:* wifu looked from 

behind him, — and Iiei-nme — a piUar of aalt. 

^ And Ahrnliam g»>t up early in the momin«. — 
unto tlie place, where he had ittotHl before 
Yafaweh ; ^ and tie looked uui over the face of 
Sodom and Gomorrah, and over all the faoe of 
tba land uf the orouit.'' — and beh«}d. and Iu I 
Uw smoke of the land went up. hke the Hmoke 
of a fumaoe. " And ic oame bn fium 

<wben God dMttvytal th« uicies (rf the c*iR;uit> 
that God xemembcmd Aljraiiaai,~and bent 
forth Lot out of the mid^t of the overthrow, 
whnt b« ovcrthrvw thu citiw wherein Ijot had 

•• And Lo( went up out of Zofir. and dwelt in 
the mountain, ami hi.n two duughtcm with hltii, 
for he feared to dwell in ZciKir,— so he dwelt in 
A cave, 'iho^andhirt twiidaughtein.L *^ And 

the firetbum Mud untu thi> younger, 

llOur fathcrll in "Id,- and !a manll there ia 

not' in the earth, to uiime in unto ub, alter 

the way of all the Mkrth. 

•• Come on ! let u» cniine our father to drink 

wine, and let tat lie with him,— that we may 

keep alive <froni onr fathor> a mwI. 

• So they cauited their father to drink wine, that 

night.-ond the Hr^tbom went in, and lay with 

ber father, but he noticed not her lyinir dtiwn 

nor her rising up." »* And it cnmo to part* 

•Or: "aooeptcdthec." 

a ^"maallatm." 

•C^. dMp. xltt. 10.11. 

* 9amt DIM. (w. Khbi,, Onk. 
MS.'/ : " over tho (nee of 
mU the land." Sec.: 
" <nw Ibm favr of [be 

oimut " — (l.D. 
* Hub. wunl [ubckumohs 
llin whi>l« U»t clause, 
"nor . . . up.") win 
■•iiiii> MRS. dotted [m 
»pui<mBj— O. Intro. 9Si. 

on the morrow, that the firatliora aaid unto th» 


Ijo! 1 lay, laat ntftht. with my father,— let 

U8 cauae him to drink wine I thin night 

alao|, and go thau in —lie with hira, that wo 

may keep alive < from our father > a need. 

* So the.v catwod thtiir father |on that night alao| 

U) dniik wr\e, — ami the younger anwe, iwd lay 

with hini, but he noticed not her lying down. 

nor ht-r rising up. * Tbiw did Ithe 

twu daughtent of Lot oonooive' fn^m their 

fatlmr. »i And tli^ fip*lboni hero a aon, 

and k^-al I t'd h i* njiiuH Moal >, * — i! the »auio || i» 

the father of Mnah, unto thlH day. ■> And 

lithe yuunger— khe alaoll bare a wm, and called 

hiH name B«n-ammi,^HIthA samell tn the father 

of the Honii uf Amnmn— niito thin day. 

8 28. Aftrtthftm and AbimelecA m Qerar. 

' .\nd Abraham brake up from thence, tovardn 3CX 
the lan<l of llm Snutli,** and fixed llin dwelling 
hutwtMii Kadenh and Shur, — bu he aojoiimed in 
Gerar. ' And Abraham itatd uf Surah Iuh wife : 

My <«Utor> imiliu,— 

So Abiuitilech king uf Gerar went, and took 

Sarah. ' Tlien Gt«l went in unt" Abime- 

leeh. in a dream nf the night,— and said to him. 

Behold thee— dwni '. becamw of t)ie woman 

whom thou ha^'t tnken. fleeing that JlaboH 

\A a maiTied »<>man. 

* Xow iiAbimeleobH had not otnne near unto 
her,— iio he said. 

O My l>ird I-" <a nation — even a righteotu 
one> wilt thou alay? 

• Had not l|he liiui»e!f|] said fci me. <My 

8inter> i* she? and lltiven «he horMlfH 

aaid. <My brotliur> it* ha? 

<In the integrity of my heart and in the 

pOTcniOM of my hand> have I done 

B And Ood said unto him in a dniam. 

Ill alw):! knew^ tliat <in the integrity of thy 

heart > thou didBt .thiit, no then ileven I 

myselfi; withheld thee fr<>m Binning againat 

mo,— <for thiH reawM> have I not miffered 

thee to toueh her. 
' llNowll therefore, restore the man's wife, fur 

i'a prophet ' is he, that ho may pray for 

thee, and live thoti, — 
But <if thou art not going to restore Iier> 

know, that th<m Ixhalt diolt, ||tfaou--aad all 

that are thine L 

I • So Abimelech pjck- early in the morning, and 
called all his servBnt^ and xpnke all these 
1 wordi in their ear«, — and the men feared 
j greatly. "Then Abimelech oalled Abn- 

' ham. and naid to him. 

I V^'hat haflt thon dune to U8 7 and wherein hatl 

I I sinned againdt thee, that thou shoulditt 

have brought in over me and ottT my 

kingdom, a ain ttn great f 

' -•• From a father." 
' =" Son of my pce|rf«." 
' Ueb. : ntgtv. 

•• Home mnI. : "O Yafawelt 


<DMdB whiofa abonld not be dout> hatX ilwu 
done with mo. 
)• And Afaiawlocb nid onto AbnOuun.— 

HHua hedst tboa aeev. that thou nboutdM Iwv* 
doM this tfainjc ! 
t^ Aad AbnbAm mjU, 

BtovMBse I thi^i^ht.' Siirely tb«>re i* tui' 
ftmt of <3«>el, ill thi» pliee,— thereforu 
will tK«y aUy me Uv the tukL* of mi- 
wile. "MnitHwer aim <m truth> 
<my MhtfV^ djuj^iter uf my f»Uier> she in', 
only' Dot dko^ecr of my m»t)iKr, — nu she 
becune my wife. 
And M it cMine lo pus <vhun the Gods^ 
euaed mt to wander fmm niy bkther'i 
hoai»> that I said to her, 
rTbis) b thy lovinKkindnetw. wherewith 
Iboa abalt deft] with tne, — < Into wliat- 
soevTT place we enter> My of me. 
<LMy W«tber> i» lie. 
MfV* loalc Ahimelech ftfaeep and oven, and meo- 
•ertmam aod maid-*enriuifcs &n(l gave to 
AteiJiam, ami reatored to him Sarah his 
w^. » And Abimelech said, 
Lo ! my laad i« befara thee.— < wherei-rr it 
nay vcm good in thine •yea>. dwelL 
MAnd <'«DSWah> beaaid. 

Lo ! I ^*e given a tboosand of rilver nnto 
iJay taraUKe: 
L»! tdwM M for thee, ai a covering of 
eywi,* to an who air with the*,— 
Aadn> <tn every way> hath riglit bMn 


And Ahtafanm pcayvd* onto God,— and Gtxl 
baM* AJbineieek. and hia wife, and his maid 
■w^BM^ aa iknt ibey bare chiMten. "^i'^ir 
T^ndi »fcnd teebained from bearingl every 
i^Hjn*«f the lanne «f Ahimelwb.— beoanm of 
Sn^.vifeaf Ahnlwn. 

1391 Im^ it h^m : mmd B^fmr •nd lakmm9l m% 

t jSmm iTafcwe^I ymmtA Snmh. aa he had 
Ami Tilni[h dtd* lor Sandi. aa be had 


■nnd am3 bnre I M Afanham! a 
^K,— «t the «« tsm^ al wbidi 
s wiib bin. "And Abmham 
«{ Ua aan that was boni to him, 
ban so aim il«aac.* * And 
w h e u eight 
■■. >Naw 


M. AefB. xn. IF; ariii. 
tl. UL U: xaL 4, 9; 
xrsi. IS. WHb ■»««> 

■ *• VMW 


w oi^afed- For 

9 ^H ^ ^^a*- ■■■vB^^ 

Abraham WW a hnndied yearn old,— when 
Ijaae hia aoo wa« bom to him- *And 


< A 1aaghing> hath God made for rae,— 
TErerrone that heareth": vill Uugh with' 
me ! 
' And fthe «aid— 

Wlio wimW liavft annfiimced to Abraham, 
9»fmh luith RijHtl«d ehiMrem ? yet have 

1 borne a M>n. for his old afn* ■ 
•And the child grew, and was wfianed,— and 
Abnham maflw & greAt banquet, tm the day of 
the weaning nf Isaac. ".A.nd Sarah 

»w the «m (if Hagar the KgTi«>»n 
whom she had borne to Abraham. 'Umchmgl !* 
'0 So site Raid tu Abraham. 

Cast nut thi« bcttdwotnaa' and l-tr mo,— for 

the Mm of thia buodwoman mubt not inherit 

I witli my aan I I with Imact* 

" And the wwd wna very priceoaa in Um eyea of 

Abraham, — on account of hia arm. tsj^^d 

irtjd JAtd unto Ahnham. 

Let it not be gnevooa in thine eyea oonceming 

tbe bny andoonoeming thy bondwoman, 
<]n all that Sarah may aay nntu tbep> 
hearken to her «nee,— 
For <ia ImmO tihall there be called to 
thee — a need, 
o Yet <even tbe «un nf the bu>Bdwoman> 
will I af^xvint feo beeume a nation^'., 1)e> 
caoae <tliy 8eed> be w'. ■ 

M So Afanham raw up aariy in tlie morning — I 
and took bread and a !»kin of wster. and gave " 
QUt<> Hagar.— putting tbem on ber.ohoalder.and 
tbe child.* and sent her forth.- !>o »be went her 
way and wandered, in tbe deaert of Beer-afaeba. 
" And tbe water out of the ddn waa qient,— so 
■be enrt the child under ime of tbe afanibe ; 
** Httd went and aat bar down over againut him. 
at a distanoe like aa at aocb aa dmw tbe bow, 
for die said. 

Let me not kxik apon tbe death of the child,— 
So flfae eat down over against htm, and the boy 
lifted ap hiM vaioe, and wepc' ^ >• And God 
bca«d the Tutoe nt tbe boy, and a' meaaengcr ol 
God eniled onto Hagar ont of tbe he n ve n a, and 
What ailath tbee. Hagar? 
Do aoklear, furGodliadi heajkencd' onto thl 
vmoe*cf thehov 'wbtanbaiai. 
» Aiite. bit np Ae boy. and bold him tip with 
thy ^ad,— for <n srea* natnm> will t 
>*And God optmaA 
a wen of watts.- 
ofcin with wal«v. and ^«e Arink 
boy *Awl it eaaan lo p^. Oiat 

• Or: ***».- AaiweTB. d^x. C^ 

« ,. • ^ -w. 9k^, : -aad «k« 

»0i --eek^--10 a Wf W ^ «• b» 

^^^- J^ wn- t&i * *d *. w. S^p. 

■ XL, dr- -^ 


(iKNKSJS XXI. 2I-S4; XXU. 1—14. 


iii»i WM wiUi tliv !«•>'. <^°^ he irrcw, —and 
dwrJt in thi> deaert, uid h*^! b«»c«nie. a» lie ktcw 
up, iui arrJi>T. '< And he dwuli hi tlie duacrt uf 
rftnui,~aiid hit uiothiT tinjk hini tt wife wjt of 
tlu< l^nd u/ K^pt. 

^30. AfAmrtrfh f)iiUiiii* it (^oixiutnt ivith Attra^m. 
<A* And it uftint! to paiw <*t that. tiuie>, thAt 
^biRMlech, with Phiooi diicftMn of hi» boat, 
■«|iaki! iiliti' Al*r«liKin, MHyin);,— 

.'Gud I U witli tbve ill idl thKt iithou mrt 

' ilNow, tben*fnrt) HwottT to me bv G'ld , here, 

tliat ttiou wilt QtH diAl fal^^ty by mo. Dor 
by mint' nffufKing. nor by my defend an to, — 
<»ccnrding' to llie lovingkindnt'iw where- 
wHh I h&\^ dealt with thet- > nhalc thou 
dm) with nic, uid with the hmd whnmn 
thnu haftt vjjuumcd. 
— i^-^iid Ahrmhom aaid, 
I,' will Hwc«r. 
— ■tHiit AbnUiani p'Tmivi'd Abiiw-'lrch,— on ac- 
nt itf thv well rif wntvr, which the ■*c«rviiiit« 
— ^ I A biuMflijrh hud »«?i»ed. "And Abimu- 

-^^fc^ -aid, 

I know ni't. who hath dunr thiN bfainff, — nor 

hwil {l*<vati lhf»u ••ver told mn, nnr have 

it'veii 1 1' «vRr heard, nikve to>(Uy. 

.\iid AbraluMii Cook Hheep and oxun. Mid 

are to Abiinelwh.— and tht-y two milem- 

isrd' a covi'uaut * So then Abraiiain wjt^ 

THQ yqung i4hc«p uf the flock, by them- 

KflvM. *j\iid AUroelMb Mud unto Abn- 

.^^rliat . then. luean tbiuo aevea young theep 
^^ ihcre|. which thtiu liutwt by tbeuuMlvoB? 
*~^fc.iid be wd, 

<Tbe airven younfc «bcnp> Hbait thou take 

at my band,— that they may tarvt w my 

witzieeM, that I d iggvH this well. 

■•--^On ihif. account > wan tlie uawe of that 

"^^fcU oB oalted B««r-flheha [:= oath well,.— tieoMue 

,^^=:tberB> bad they two Kworn. ^Ahdwhenchey 

* *iid •uk-mniined a oovetuat in Beer-fihelm, — then 

■^^k^m* AlnnieJcch. with Phiool chief of hi^ boat, 

"^^^od rKtunnjd unto the land of the PhiliR- 

"^- inw, »Tlifn plants he n tAniarJAk tTv>o in 

^^EWr-»h«>lia,— awl ralltfd th»^n«' uo tin name of 

^^'aliweli, tlu; ogtvaliidrng' livtt. »*8o 

-^^liraham mijuumed in tiMi land nf the Philiitined 

•■•uuiy dayi*. 

I 31. The Oftrityf itp of Imittc in the Lattd t^f 

And it cmroeto paw <aitcrth<«utliing)i> that 
' Qtxlll did ftntvii Abraham. — and he mud unto 

A bmham ! 
V&d hti«aid. 
Behold me ! 
>\nd lie MJd — 
Take, 1 pny tbee. thy tun. thiuc only one 

whom tliou lovpst, even HIimac^I, and p;t 

tlitn into the land of >(onah,* — and catuu 

liim to a»oend there, tu* nii iiAcendinfjC-tcacri- 

tiou, on one of the ]DitantAiii». which 1 idiall 

name unto tlHsu, 

* So AliraliAKi rone eurly in the mumini;. and 

wultl]e<l hin iL«t, »itd tixtlc his two youn^f men 

witli him, uiid Iwuu: \ut< Min, — and clave the 

pioc^p of wtKid for ail lu^ceiidin^^-aanntitx*, and 

mounted and went hi« way unui the place whioli 

God hud named to hiin. * tt wu <on thu 

third day> that Abmhain lift^^ up hi* (.•yea, 

and Maw the place, afar off. ' And Abrahant 

«id vmto hi» j'ouiig men — 

TaiT?* by youtnelveM Ihtu. with the ow, but tl I 

lUiri the young man* muiit go yondrr,'— 

that we may how oUR«>lve^ down, and 

return ttnto you. 

•So Abraham took the pieoBO of wood for tlie 

aHueudiuK-iworitiLv. oiid laid them on Iriaac hJa 

sou, and to>jk in hin own lioiid. the fire and the 

knife,— and thity AVent nn th^ir way jboth of 

thfim. t/)t^'thcr|. * Thi^i Mtd Iaaoo unto 

Abr&liAin hin father, then aaid hu : 

My fathur ! 
And ht> Haid, 

Bf h>ild me. my non, — 
And he said, 
Beluild— the fin), and the |>i(H!tM tif w«km1,~ 
but when) in the lamb, fur nn Mocfnding- 
** And Abraham Maid, 

l|Ood!i will provide'' for himiielf the lamb, for 
ui a.'tcending-siacrifiee. my non ! 
So they went ou their vray |buth of tbtsm. 
<* Then canw they into the place whicli G(m] had 
natm-d to him, nud AbniliAUi built there the 
iillar, and Inidiii onirr the piecw of wi.hxI,— ami 
lunind IhAAC httt mju, nnd laid him mi the altar, 
iiUiv** th<* pii-o^ "if WDud. '" And Alimham put 
forth liiM tuuid, and tiH»k tlw kiiifi'.~tri alay lua 
turn. ^' TItcu colltxl out unt4i him the 

tucaHungerof Yahweh, oat of the liedivemt, And 

Abraltam, Alirahani ! 
And he said. 
Behold mo I 
» Then he «aid. 

Do not put forth thy hand. nnUi the young 
man,'' neither do to him— anything at all,— 
for llnowi: know I that <oiie who n?ven«t 
Uod> thou Hrt'. when tliou ha«t not with- 
held thy »on. thiiic only one, from me. 
" And AbniliHm lifttHl up his cye«, and looked, 
ontl lo ! a mm. >M-h)iid.* cnught in a thicket by 
hu tium>s — luid Alii-oliam went, and took the 
nun, and cKuwtl hini UtiiNcend a.-* an aMOcnding- 
8aorific<< tii»U-Md of hi^ hoii. 
>* So Abraham (uUImI tltu naoic of that pUee. 

[•II: "nit." " Imaiur of 
•-l-- rilKUut ut aiiil lUw 
I'lM '<r Uid fladi iif 
. ^tn for ^tJs^ m 

th* mtcxflh* at t)ie n<vi<- 
luutta "-O.a. H»\ 4. 

"Or: "alatiuned." 

•\.T-An. "Ag«-«W*IP«." 

• ' ■ Prr))«1)lir, Khmni or pn>- 
vkIhI bj- J»h . . . iOK 
• >1 Lhr hillnur JpntMik-iu 
. , . i.B wlllctt Kniw 
imrn built tlie UfB[d« "— 
DhvIm' U.I., p.»0. 

••Ifr: "Ud." 

'Ml: "(utfariwbnfc" (,*" 
tlioutrh poiutiDK . 

' ir«b. : jt'rtM. Cp. Ter, 14. 

■ Hnmecoil. (w. mm., Jivi., 
S*p.. fiyr-l : "lo! imi" 
rmni !prp>b. = "» ccrtoifi 
ram''l.caii#M '*— O.ii. 


GENESIS XXn. \li~lM XXIII. l-J": XMV. I. 

Yshwek-yireb,*— u to which it is BtiU «id 

<In the nuiuntaiu o| Yikhweh> wUl ptxrnmaa 
» Thun caUed out tlw meMcn^r of YiOiweh. nntu 
A1kru)mm,— n neonnd time, out ol the hMWu; 
*» aiKl wild, 

<By iny»lf> hftve I sworn in the oracV irf 
<Bts(aiif*. tlinu hut iln«e tliis thiup. «ud 
hftHt not uithliekl Inv ncin thiueunlv not- > 
" TXm I urill richly liW thee. ai»d ' fchwi- 
dfciitly multiply , thy »i«|, am il.«^ »um» of 
thu beareaa. ud m tlw aand wluch in on 
the lip of the HA,— that thy seed may tnkt" 
pi— i w iijo of the gate of hit. foes : 
U So shall lUl the natjoua ol the evth lOnw 
th«iiwlv«s in thy wed.— 
UBimsum: thiiti didat hearkmi^ unto my TcioeR. 
*• 80 Alinh&m retnnied onto his younc nMat. 
and lliey mounted, and went «.m their way 
tog«tlH.-r.ttnto R(;«rr-«be)n.— and Ahruliani dw«lc 
in Beer-shcin. 

9 33. Tkt /Arsrriu/anfj of Hakur. RtUkok. 

* And it camif to pMw <aflcrdic«ethiiigs> that 
it mw tr>td A^iralwm. Myinf, — 

Beliokl : Milrah — she abol bath hnrw! 
•oos, to XahoT thy bvotbrr : 
" U« his ftnytbom. and Bux bi* limtlicr,— 
and tCcTDucl. fatlw^r "f Aram — * and 
CIwbkI and Hans and Pilduh. ftlKl 
.Vidlaph, — aod Bcthuel ; 
=* \ni\ Betbuel hath he^otten Retiekah.— 

<'ni>Me rixht> hatti Milcafa baniu to Xabor, 
bvvchfrr ni A***hani. 
>* And his txvcuHne, whcMo uanic VM 
Kinunah. fthi^ aim J bath borne Teboli and 
Gahain, and Talia*lt. aod Maacali. 

f S3. Tkr DmtK nf S»rtih, nnd kcr Bmrtal in 

28 > And tliP life ctf S*nh oiaie to 1«, 11 hnndrpd 
nod twen^y-flrven ycus»— 'Ithe yean of ch« life 
of SanhL* "And Sarah di«3 in Kiriath-arhA. 
|the ■■Me'! » Hehron. in the land of Canaan, — 
and Afacnlttm went in to wail for Saimh. and 
t0 weep fur Iter. * And Abraltam 

wtmm vp from over ibe bee of hia dead.— and 
^■In nMo ihe noHial Hath. Myinp ; 
4 lAMijaaraer mhI ■etdert am r with you.— 
OtTn vtt a poHMMoo of a buiTinffjdaoe with 

That I may (jury my d«ad . from before ror. 
* And the 9am of Heih answend Abraham. 
Hear w, my lord * 
<Apnboeof God> art tboo' in cor nud«t, 
< In the cJkoioe of our huryingp^*"'^> ^Mirj- 
Hat Hk nu frtn amoog tuD <hi« bonrinp- 
|dMa> will withhold from thee, fnnn 
tarrtaC thy de^L 




PRMtitina." (>. Intrt. 


' And Alirahani nmti up.nnd bowed himM>U duwn 
to thr {K-oiple <if tttc Uod. to the sons of Heth i 

* and «}iak«r with ihcm. aaying, — 

< If it ia* with thetuiwcmt of ynur mind*, • tliat 
I ahould buiy my read from byfun; mr > 
hear me. and intercede for me. with 
Ephron aun of Zohar: 

• ThiU be wmild givemejhu cave of Ma^^h- 

Ijclah, whicli pertainetli unto biin, which 
i» within the bounds of lits field,— 
<For full idlver> let bim give it me. in 
your aidiit. 
For a p o— cmi oo nf a ImnriDirpWK. 
» Now ;Epfafvn!; wa* «itting in the mid*t of 
the sons ef Hrth.-w Ephnm th*» Hillite 
Tcaponded U. Abraham, in the »^n* of tlie auna 
of Heth, ewn all that were entenn^ the gate of 
hui oity.Mying: 
u Nay, my lord, biaw me, 

<Tl>e field> have I given Ut tl*ee. 

And Ithe cave that i* theieiul <lo thoo> 

ha*o I given it,— 
<In the eyw uf the imoB of my peopto> 
bare I given it tliee. 
Bury thy dead, 
tt 80 Ahcahun laiweth himaeU down, bafon.- the 
people of the land : " and sfmkv unto Ephron. 
bt ihe eaw of th<> p».i<|4e of t\w Und. frying. 
<Only' if thou woaUbt^ lirar me,— 
I have givm iho«ilv«rof tl>e field. 
Take it of me. 

That I may bury my de«l here. 
" And Ephiun re«pnid*d to Abraham, saying to- 

•» My Inrd. h«*rme,— 

<Land w.irth four hundred fihekels of Mirer 

—betwixt me and thrt'> what ia UuU? 

And <thy dead.> bury tbou. 

>• And Afacafaam hearkened imto Eplirun, and 

AbcmlMin weighed out to Ephrun tbe idlver, uf 

whidi be iMd ifiokcn in the ear^ of the autu of 

Hetlu— four hundnsd ahekeU of wUer, current 

with the merchant. ^ So wa« oon- 

firmyd the field ut Kphron. wliich ia in Macb- 

prlali. which vt hefoo* MamTe,-<tl«5 field, and 

tlir cave which t» therein, and all tbe timber 

uhich waa in tlw field, which was in all Uie 

boundary thereof round about > " to Abraham 

as a porebaee in tbe ^yea of the sons of Uetb.— 

with all* who we« eatoring the gate of hia 

city. " And <after thi»> did 

Abraham bury Sarah his wife, within the 

Okve of the fi^ of Machpebdi. owr ngaini^t 

Uamre. 'tbeMWe' i* Hehom,— in the land of 

Cmnamn. *Su was ooofirmed the 

fieW. with tbe caw which waa therein, u. 

Aboiham.fbra poawnianof a b<iryt n gptoi ^ -|| 

from the sona of Hech. ■ 

%UAirTtJutm, aendtivki* t^nmrnt MUDiTePOpateMW, 

oUisVtM UfAcfaiA, .VaAar'l f0miM*WpMtrr, n* 

wife^ imat. 

I Xuw ;< Abrahnrnt wa« old, far gtme ia d^ys.— 

and lYaliwvfa had Uemed Abraham, in all 

■Ml: ••IT it » with r>ur 



V .Sua. MB., 




things, * So Abrmhuu said onto hU aervant. 

cidpr i4 liM hoiiM>, ruli*r nf all tlint lif hiul, — 
Place. I pr«y th«;. tliy hand under my thigh ; 

* Ibftt I may jnit thee <iii <.iAth, by Yahweh 
Gi>J of tbu liuavuatt. luid Gixl of the 
Mirth, — 

That thou vrilt nut take % wife for my 
nou, htim »tnc>ng thi! daiightera of the 
Canuuiitos, in tbv midNt of whom |it|; a,m 
dwuliiuK : * but <Luntn my own IamI and 
UDto my own kludrt'>d> wiJt gu, — 

So shaJt ihuu take a wife, for luy eNm— {fur 

* And the nervant )i»id unto him, 

IVriw1%'cnture* the woman may not be willing 
to follow me into this huid,— 
May I I, take back 1 tliy sou, into the bud 
from wliencc tbuu caintvit ? 

* And Abraoam said unto him,— 

itewaro, that thou du not uke book iny son 
tfaitbL-r ! 
'' -^Vabwch, Gixlof the heavens, and God of Um 
earth,* wiio Uxtk mv out u( tlm liuwtc of my 
father, and out of ih*.- land <if my kindred, 
and wbuHpake to me. mid whi> HU-Kre U> me, 
flaying, <To tbyeeed> will T give thii 
land> . he will wnd his nM6***iigwr. before 
thee, ao xhalt tlHiu tak« a wife ft)r my mm, 
frtmt thtmOK. 

* But <if unwilling' be the woman tu follow 

thee> then ihalt thou be dear, tram this 
mine oath, — 
Only' <uy whi> shall thou not take Ijack 
thither ! 

* Bo the mrrant phiced hw hand, under the thigh 
uf Abraham. hiR lord,— and ^ware to him, over 
thia thint;. 

** Then took the servant t4<ii i.-»meU, from among 
the eaotels of his hml, aiitl went his way,— ||al] 
tlw goods of his mnciterll b«ing in his hand,-HK> 
lie niuunied.and wont his way unto Memipntamia, 
unt'.) thf city uf Kuhor. " And he mxle 

the caraebi kiwH.-l down <iut«tiile the dty. iitrnimit 
the wuU 'if watt.>r,— ut the tini« of cvt^niiig', at 
the time of the atming' forth of the women that 
divw wstiT. '3 Then lie Huiil. 

Vubuuh. Gml (if my lurd Ahruham I 

1 pray Lhee. catiw it tu foil uut befuiv me to- 
day,— that tliiJU deal in loWuifkindnettS. 
with IQV litrd Abmhatn. 

*> ni*n-' at! I Ktattimed by the fnuntain of 
water, — M)d the daiightcrx of thn men of 
the cityi: an* coming forth tu dmw wut**r: 

** to it rJiall Clime to jjaub iliat ^the young 

woman imtowhoni I Hhall nay. Let down, 
prey, thy pitcher, thnl I may drink, and 

ithc .than lay, Drink, and <to thy camelit 
at»o> will Igive t«>drink> that || her li 

host thou af^Kunted for thy eervMit^ for 
And 1 hereby I" shall I pet to know, tliat thnu 
hast dealt in loviugkiodiiemt with iity lurd < 

V And it aune to imw <eru yet ||he|| hod done 

* a» U alid >i« ^w Sep.;. » Or ; *• (I by her « .*• 
Cp. wr. 5— O.D. 

speaking> that 1o! :iTlebefcah*| was coming 
fortli^ who hail U"en V>om t<( Bethuel fm >>f 
Milcah, wife of Nahor^ brother of AbrahHm,— 
with her jiitcher ti|Km her shoulder. " Nnw 

ntJiu yniin^ WEimnnl' was uf very [ileMAinK nppcar- 
a)ic(% a virgin wh<im iino mnn'l hod kntiwn, — and 
she went dimii unto the fountain, and filled her 
pitcher, and came np. ^'^ And the tMTvaut 

ran to meet her, —and aaid, 

I prey thee, lot me drtiik a little water, out of 
thy pitcher. 
I" And she naid. 

Drink, my lord, — 
And Bhe linsteiied, and lowered her pitcher nn 
her hand. Aodlethimdriiik. >* And <wben 

she had done giving him drink>,— the said. 

< For thy cameh* aUi > will I draw, until they 
have done drinking. 

* So she hastened, and emptied her pitcher int4> 
the drinking- trough, and ran again imto the 
well, to draw, — and abe drew far all hi* camel*. 

'■" Now Ithc man I was oagerly watching her,— 
IceefKng flilenee. to act* — whether Yahweh had 
prospered bin way. or not. 
^ And it itaiiie ti> ]mum <wlien the camels had 
done drinking > tliat the man tiM>k a ring* of 
gold, half a iiheke! its weight,— and two bracelet*, 
furherhandii, leuuf gold ttioir weight; ^and said. 
WhoAc daughtur art | thou| ? 1 |>ray thee, tell 
me. !»' tliure. in the bouse of thy 

father. A plooo for ua to bury the night t 
^ And site said unto him. 

<Dtughter of Beihn('I> am lirHBethnel] 
•on of Mlloah. whom alio iMre to Nahor. 

* And ihe mid unto him, 

< Both utraw and fodder in plan ty > have wo,— 
atwi a place, to tarry the night. 

=<* Then tlie man bowed bin head, and bient himaelf 
down unto Yahweh ; ^^and said. 

Ble«Med' be Yaliwch. tiod of my lord Abra- 
ham, who hath uut withdrawn hb« lunng- 
kindneaa and bin faithfulnewi fnim my 
<I— being in the way >, Yahweh led' me 
unto the houiie uf the Itrethnni uf my 
" And the young wimiaii ran, and told tlie 
hounehold of her mother,— acei ml ing to thtute 
words. • Now Kelukah || had a 

brother. Iwho**? namel was I-al»an,— mi Lalian 
ran unto the man, imtnidu. iiuto the fountain. 
•"And it came to patw, <wben ho saw the ring.'" 
and the bracuk^ti* on the hands of his sister, and 
when he heard the words of Robokah his sister 

[Thus! did the man apeak unto nie>' 
that he enme unto the man, and lo ! he was 
standing by the caiueU. iicArthc fountain ; "and 
he said, 
Come in. thou hleswed of Yahweh, — 
Wherefore' ahoiildst tbuu stand outside, 
when II I II have nude ready the house 
and a plact* for tlio camels? 

* Pp. Ycr. «. 

• Ml : " uniJM^-Ting " ("t 
tml-gtm "— fitmiey). 


^ So the uuiu urnne in tuwatda the huuiie, and 
UQgirded th*' cuiielis —uid tbera wiu givou 
him iitraw And folder fur the camcilii, and w»,ltr 
for buthing his ijwti feel, and the feet of the 
men w lio wvi-tt witli him ; ^ *nd (ftK^d] «r»a wt 
before him lo oai, Bui Ik* f«id, 

I CAnnot fitt, until 1 tiAve »puk<>t) uiy 
And he .viid — 

<Servftnt of AbrAluim> nm I'. 
** Now <ryiihweh': liAiiiig lilcMtpd my lord 
exceedingly, kdcI made him givAt,— kttd 
given him flicks and herd»i, and silver 
and gold, and men-^orvanb) and maid- 
M>r\-antn, and camets, and amtw^ '"then 
did ■Sarah, wife uf my lord, boar n aoii to 
my loni, afttrr (the had la»ct>mo old,— tw hx 
gave ti> him all that tie had : 
•^ Awl my I»>rd put mv ou oatli. Niyin;.'.-- 

Th<iii stiitlt not take a wife for my koo, nf 
the daughters uf the Cauaanitov, iu wlicwe 
Innd Uli am dneUiug; ^hut <tint<) the 
hoa-v uf my fatlicr> ulialt tliuu go. and 
unUi my family,— and take a wife for 
ray won. 
^ 8<i I Kaitl unto my lord,— 

Peradrtintnre' thr wuniaii will not Folhiw 
*' And he Miid unto nitr,— 

i;Yahwch. before whom I htkve walkwl to 
and fro I* will mswI hit* me«aengor with 
thee. MJ sIiaII ho {iroi^per thy way, and 
ihon «ha]t take a vnh- f<ir my xon out nf 
my kindred," and uut i.f (he house of my 
<* Ijllieall shall thou clear thy-flf fnrai mine 
oatii, for th»u ^Imlt go in iint<t my kindred, 
"-and <if they will not gniat her unto 
thee> then rihalt thou W clear from mine 
*3 So I iikmu in to-day, unto the fountain, — and 
I i>aid, 
O Yohweh. God of my lord Ahroliam I <if . 
I pmy iImm*. thou art' proaperiiigmy way 
whcrcuu 1 1 ! am goiug > *■ here" am I* 
fttatiimed by the fountain of water, — ih> 
thou it shnll eomt! to \iwn that -^the 
maiden that iit coming forth io draw/ 
and 1 sliall tuay unto her. Lt>t nn' 
driiik. J pmy thee, a little water out of 
thy pitoliur ; ** and fthu shaW sa.v 

unto me. Both icbrHJli driuk, and 
<for thy carneU airto> will I draw> 
|(the aamell kliall he tlie woman whom 
Yahweh hath apiKuntcd for tha son of 
my lord. 
* <Ere jret t;Il could make an end of iipeak- 
tng unto mine own heart> )o [ then 
||R«bekahIi conuug forth, with her pitclier 
on her Bhoulder, and uhe went down t^i 

• Or : •' waailwed.** Vol.) 

"Or- "lamilr-" O.n. 

' SuBU vud. iw. Bep., Syr.. 

'water "- 

the fiiuutain. mid divv,— «nd I aoid uilo- 

Let me drink. I pray tbee ! 
*" ?o ftfae hastened, and lowered ber pitcher 
from off her, and «aid. 
Drink I and <.toihy cameUobo^ will I give 
to drink,— 
Sti I drank, and < the cnmciLi alao^ »lic let 
*' Then I ftfikiHl laT. iumI t<aid, |Wlii»*e 
daugbti-TJ nrt !thou|? Aud tJie 

f«i<l. Da^igliturof Uethui<l. »^n of Nnhor. 
whom ilBililcahii Lmrc to him. Then 

put t the ring* upon her none, n d ttie 
lirnci'lcts u|xm her Imndrt; •'and txiworl my 
head and lieiit nivjtulf down, unt".! Yah- 
weh, -and 1 M<->H«il Yiihweh, Uod I'f my 
lord A)>mIinoi, h'Iio had k^d mv. id a way of 
faithfulueivi, to tnke the daughter ol the 
bmther of my lonl. for I ia noti. 
• |Now I thtfi>-for*_' <if yenrv'doiUingui^lovitig. 
kindncM and faithfubieaa with my ]onl> 
tfUme,— And <if mit> tell me, that 

I may ttini unto Uie nght hand or unto tbe 
■* Then on-wered Laban and Bethuel. and mid, 

<Kn»w Yahwph> hatli wmie forth thc^ 
word,— u-e cannot *peBk unto thoe ill or— 
•' l^o; iKelieknlr: ia liefore thee. 
Take [her] nnd go thy ^ray.— 
Aiid let her het'ome wife unto the non of thy" 
lord, on Yahweh luith !4ix»ken. 
*> And it caniR U> i)a«6. <whi'n AtintVinju'iw^ 
aervwit heard their wordM>. that he towecL - 
himi«Of down towards the earth unto Yali- — 
weh. *' Then the servant brought fnrtli 

jeweU of MlvtT and joweU of gold, and raiment,* 
and gave unfj KBboknh,— and <preoioas 
thingr» gRVe hi- to her brL>ther. and to bri 
moUier. ** Ami tbeydideat and drink, ht-, 

fcnd the men who werv with him , and tbeyl 
tarrttvi the night, — and when tliey aro«e in tboj 
morning, he said. 

Let me go nnto my lord ! 
» Then ««id her ^in>th«r and Iter mother, 

l<et the yonng woman n-main with u« MNM,, 
day", or ratlier ten, — 
< After tliHt^ HheahallgTL 
•* And he Muid untvi them. 

l>o not hinder me, when I'Yaltweh'l hntll 
pruMpi'red tuy journey, — 
Let me go, that I may take my journey I 
unto my Innl '. 
" Then naid they. 

Wo niii.1t call the 3'oiiug woman, and auk at 
her mouth. 
» So they called Reliekah, and said untu her, i 

Wilt th(>u go with thia mou* | 

And »he said, ] 

I will go. 

B" So they let g<i Ri'hekah their rialer. and her 


• Cp. vrr M. nnm unUi my l«d." 

*0r: "doing u lo^iiu- •Lh; •■Kflrmcnle'*—' 
idaiiDcw «nit fnithim- "cltameKoT rummt." 

OEKESrs XXIV. 60—67: XXV. 1— iC. 

none, tad Ahnhtttn'n wrciwit. and but 
num. ^ And tbey l>ttnH^ Kehclcah. and 

mid tci h«*r, 
■jOnr Nutur)! beoome itthon I thonMrKtfi nf ten 

And let Ihy fieed uVe ponrn j oftion of tb* gut** 

tif th»mi that hat*» tli^ni !' 

, Tbfn mountwi Rpbckith nmi hpr yminj* 

1. ftiid tltcy mrif upon tl»> cmnoU, mnd 

Ibnow**! the tnnii, — ho the iiervunt took R«)ieka)i, 

and wf*nt Iuk wny. 

* Nnw {ll<Micl HaH Romein nt thn i<ntrAnnt. nf 

Bwi~Ialu»i-roi.*— fiM" llho'l vnu. 4vrc\Ung in t!io 

Ijuid of the South: •*and Imtif t-ami' forth 

t^ nMsiitatc in tho fU^ld, at the nppnnrh'' <>f 

ff^vcninc, — ** hi' lifu-d up iiis eyw^ and liNikud. 

a&nd to ! namRUll oiiminti; it). ** Ami 

!KeI>ekah lifted itp her i*y*«, nurt miw l«iuu}, — mi 

^mhe AliRhte<l with hnrtc* frum otf the <»in«>] : 

.K»nd viid unto the iicrvnnt^ 

Wbu' vi thki man that is milking in the fluid, 
to meet \»? 
..^And tli« <«>rvAnt ftaid. 
I Thai J is my lord. 

ahp look tin) v«il, and wwcrod her- 

"Aiifl the wm»nt noniuntcd 

boAC,— all thL* tbinfrn which ho had 

loue. ^'Aiid Inaac Imnight her into 

he lent of Sanh htft mother : thiin he t(X>k 

^'VxTkfth. and «he heoune his vife. and he loved 

Bcr. -und iHanc conaolod hinutelf , for ihe low of' 


3. Abraitnin mnrrifg Kfiur*i/>_ h;/ trVwa Jir hn« 
Sons . fci* Dfnth and lUirinl : tKc Prtttptrtlp nf 

Ami Aliraham UKtk aiiutlier wife, and Filler 
K-ame wan Ki^turah ; * and she tkare lo him Ziin- 
am. and Yok-tbati, and Metlaii. nnd Midian,— 
jxt tahlmk . and Hhuah. * And 1 YokiUiau : begat 
Jieha and Dudan,— and [tlje tions of Dodanll 
<i*re Ajwthurini and l^<ti)>dtim, and I^urtimim. 
tid |th<* wms of Midianil Kphiiti and Kpher, 
\ Han'K!h, and Ahida, and KIdaah,- Hail 
fc^ 3i«*ell wen* the wmi* of Keturah. 

And Abnhani ^v« all that l»e had to iMaiic ; 
^".aot <to the amu of the wmi-uhinttH' whom 
--^^hnham had> Abraham ^fave pfts— and thi-n 
~^ -lit them away from Isiuic hi« son, whih' he 
-^ «inu>»lf yet lived, cfmtward, unto the land of 
"^-fl*- t«rit. 

Now llthav' are the days of the years of the 

^ ife of Abraliam. which he livwl,— » hundred 

•*lid seventy-five y^ar«. ' Sti Ahr.iham brvmthed 

'^\% tont. aixl di«K) , in a fine old a;;e, tdd and MtiH- 

^ffl. — "and wan pithenKl unto hi» iwaple,'' 

^nd fwuu: and T«hmael hirt !*onn burierl him. 

in the oave of Marhpnlah.— in the field of 

2phmn auD of Ztduu- the Hittite^ which ih over 

ASoiost Manire; *" Itthe Seld whteh Abmhoni 
purehftfted of the wms of Ileth4, — <theTe> was 
buried Abraham, witli Barnh his wife. 
" jVnd it came to pans <after the deAth of 
Abrahatn> that (iod bitwsed laiac his wm,~ 
and Ihuio dwelt by Bevrdaliai-nit.* 

8 30. Thf Linr tif tithmttrl. 

'* Now thenei; are the g^ncratitma of lahmael. 
Aon of Ahrnlukin,— whom Kag^r tbo Efyptian 
woman, the handmaid of Sarah, bare V* 
Abraham: ^ and :ith«>w[ tuv the oamen of the 
aon!) of IfrhmacU by their names, after their 
(^'ncrationn, — ::the lirstKini of iHlimaHljl Ne- 
liaioth. and Kedor aud Ad^twd. and MitwHin ; 

" and Miflhma. and DoiuHh, and Ma>«a; ■* Ha- 
di»d. nod Tema, .Tt?lur. Nitphij-li, and Kedemali : 

•* itht-^e narre'll are th« wm*^ of Ijthmael, and 
Ithe** I their names, by their villoKes. and by 
their encampmenta,— twelve prinoea. after their 
trit>ee. >^ And Ilthe«e11 are the yeoniof the 

lir« of lahmael, a hundred and thirty-aevc^ 
ye&PS -and he breathed Uii^ la»t lunl died, and 
waa gathered unto hia people.'" '* And lliey 
atretfdied their habitations, from Havilah a* 
tar Ai toShur. which la over AftiunMt E^ypt. m 
thnu goeat >n towanU Aiuiyria,— <D\er itKiuniit 
all hi- brethren > be j*ettlf^ down.* 

3 37. Thr furthfr *' f3rttr»i»" «/ tkf Cnrrrytnt- 
f\rmilfr, from Imnr . thr Birth, and fnrlfl 
Cfutfurtrrt, of Jan>ti fi«uJ AV'm. 

"* And Ithesell are the ^rent-rations of Ihom;. son 
of Abraham. — lAfjrahwn ! beifat iHaju- ; "*" And 
It come to p«w_ that illMUC" wa*t forty y«ar« 
oW, when he took Relxtkah, daughter of Be thoel 
the Hyriiin, of the Plain of Syria, — sfHter of 
I^alnii the Syrian. U» himnelf to wife. -' So 
then Iwaae madf> entreaty unto Yahweli. in 
Iiehalf of hi« wife, for ahe waa 'Ibarreni;, - and 
Yahweh mtffere-d bim»elf tv >>t> entr»ate<l by 
him, and Kubckab hitt wife conceived. ™ And 
the ptma within hor atningled tofrether, ni she 

<!(bo> wherefore' tiow am H'\ [thun]* 
And i*h« went toaeek Yahweb " And Yahweh 
said to her, 

I, Two nalioiwli an- in thy vwmli. 

And lltwo raee-il! <'froui thy K<dj> fthall be 

And Hone raeell ahftU be stronger Ijthm the 
other raoAi', 

And * the elder shall •erre the youngw.* 
« Then were fulfilled her dayw to bring forth,— 
and lof twina, in her v.fimh. » And the finit 
came forth red, all over.' a* n mantln <if hair,— 
«o they' ealled hip name. Eaau. »• .And -uafter 
thftl> eame ft»rth hi» brother, with h^ hand 
fatit hold of the heel of K*aii. *> they" calUd liii 

v^>»; "Wm HI." 

Vidnn"— t-p. chap. xvi. 
, 1\ I* 
^<Jr: ••■nppanuit*." 

■* UL: *rea." 

*S0: "hinuvir.aflitr." 

' I'nrbiililT Ilnirur and 
Ketiinth : i*^ I f "h, t. aa. 

• A>ni''owt. 1,ir.Saai.,<^k., 
.Inn., fk'p.. 8jT-j add : 
■' with tliy« " — <l,n, 

* (.It, ; "pwiiUoa." 

• " Tho well of Iha life of 
viiioa •*— t-hap. xvi. 1*. 

*Or: "Thew arc th«y— 
theMiM." <>. 0.(1. ill, 


•» Of ■ •* rncampnl " SO ; 

'■f«U"-ci>. Jdg. vii, W. 
• 111 : " And thr ftxMX •)»«)! 

•ervc the littli." 
' Ml 1 " lh^ whiJe of Iitm." 
■ Ml; "li*," 01 "oMi," 

GENESLS XXV. 27-M ; XXYI. 1—24. 

luno. Jaoobb*— Now ||lMftcl| wu nxty yun 

d. whan she bar« them. 
'And <when tlif youtlis gnw u|» it eune to 
iwn* th»t tEsAull WM a ujm Hkilted in g^ma, 
ft iruui of tIm' field,— but ;!Jimhj1i;| wu a rwwly'' 
nun. dwelling in tMits. <■" And | Isaac | luviid' 
IEmioI^ becauMft of the gamu [he put) In his 
mouth, — but tiHabekahir wm a lover of 
|JMi>b|. «And Jaoob lud boiled 

ptttaffc.— when Emu osnie in frnm the field. 
Qbe I being- famialird. >° So Esau flaid unto 

Do Irt me devour some of the red— this rod, 

(or i;faiiiitiihMl|| t am'. 
Pur ihiif caut<«> waa hi« name called 
(MfMo.* "I And Jacob said, — 

Cume sell. Ijuat nowL* thy birthright, unto 
■ And Kitau mud, 

Here am III II. on the point ol dyine.— wh«ie- 
fon*. then. HhouM I jhAve] ||a birthright I ? 
■And Jacob said. 

Come avroAf Ut me, jtiH now ] 
And he aware to him,— and Hold his hirthriKht, 
tuJaoob. ^ And nJactibii having; given to 

Eaa*i bread and a dish of lentiK he did eat nnt) 
drink, and rose up. and went his way.— thus 
ELmh d«(piiwd' hix birthright! 

I 88. AntitAfr Faotine: imae forbidden to fjo 
domt to Boifpt: Itaac and Ahimrlerh : Etutu'§ 
ilnm<s*jr* iffiext hi* Fnther and Mother. 

S9 ' And th<-re came to be a famint> in th» land, 
baaidaa the firet famine, whieh happened in the 
day* o^ Abraham, — rto IttaAc went his way unto 
AbinwJcoti, king of the Philistines, towards 
fa«rar; 'and V'ahweh appeared unto him, and 
Iko not fpi down towards Efrypt, — 
JCaIpe thy baliitatinn in the land, whioh I may 
iMMir unto th«e : 
> Sajc T n in thia lanrl, chat I may be witli tliue, 
aiMl bleas th«%— ftir <to tlieo, and to thy 
■a!i]> will f give all the»e Loudt, 
So win I eatabliith thi- oath uhicfa I swam 
bt Abraham, thy father ; * and will 
multiply thy wwd as the stara of tlie 
bMveiu, and will give to thy seed, all 
tbe<e landH,— 
And all thtr nations of tho earth shall 
Ue«B tbemHelvee in thy w»ed : 
^ ScCMBBB that Abraham hcarkimed unto my 
miobf—mnA ao kept my charge, my com- 
■^lAMrat*. my statotus and my lawn. 
*■• Imw iHn^ in tierar. ' Th«n 

Mfaai iW »>n 4f the place, aa to hi» wife, and 

^UJ^tiBF> ■ Ae.— 

lllf jpgai of lh« plaoe ahuuld tilay me. on acooont 
at RaMmfc. for <fatr to look <m> she ia. 

Heb. : frt»— «, idmpi* 
<rard, wne tu unt difinilt 

" And it came to paaa <wb(!S the day* had 
lengthfmsl uut to him thore>. that AbitDeleoh. 
king (if the PhiliritincM. looked oni throogh 
the lattioe *A a window,— and he Ijeht'ld. 
and lij ! |, laaae— laughing' with Rebekah Ids 
wifel * So Abimeleeh called for laaac. 

and aaid. 
But lo 1 the U ' thy wifeil I 
Mow. then, aaid^t thou. She la ', my aiaterll? 
And laaac iiaid unto him, 

Bocauw T said. Lent I die oo her aooount. 
'* Then naid Abimelecli, 

>\'hat' U thitt' thou haul done to ua ? •• 

<A little mDre> and one of tho jKvjpIe 
might havi" lien with thy wife, no nlinuldat 
thou ha^'e brought up*^n uh jguilt j. 
» And AUmelooh commanded all the people, 
saying, — 
I! Ho that toucheth thii* man or htft u iTc l{ Uiall 
DmnJy be put tu death 1'. 
u And Isaac Howud in that land, and found, in 
tho sameyear.ahuudrwIfoW,— Hcoiugtliat Yah- 
w»'h had liU«M-d' him. " Su the man waxed 
great,— and went on and on waxing great, until 
that he luwl waved exceeding great. ** a*» he 
CJime to have |ms.s(-ssinii.s of flock*, and pfMttea- 
tnufu ol herds, and a large body of at.'n-anta,— 
at>d the rhilistiuus en^-iwl' him. " And <aii 
for all thr wells, wliich the j^r^ants tA bi>t f«tber 
di^t"d, in the day* »»f Abraham hiw fatlier> 
tl^i Fhilistinea stopped tliein up, auil filled 
them Mrith dust. '« .^nd Abimeleeh said unto 
laaac, — 
Get titee from un, for thou hast beoom<: ^r 
mightier than wo. 
IT Ho T "ARC went fixim thence, — and cncam|H^ tn 
the valley of tierar. and dwelt thert'. *" And 
I^aac again digged the welli* of wntrr which 
tlk'v had digged in the da>> of Abrahaui hijn 
father, and which the Pliilintines Ntnpped np 
after the death of Aliraliam,- and hf? called 
their unnun^, after the namtM whicli hi* fathrr 
railed' them. " And Isaac** neavantM digged 

in the valleT, —and found, thert'. a well of 
living wiiter. * And the herdraen of (ierftr 
deputed with tlte herdmeu of Isaac, sayiug, 

I OurB in the water I 
So ho called ihf name of the well^ KMrk,' bo- 
because tliey hod stirn'd up a quarrel with 
him. ''^ And they digged another whII, and 

they disputed over that also,~)io be called tho 
name thereof. Sitiudu* ^ And he niovfst 

on fnim thenee. ami digged auollier well, and 
fhey dispute*! not for it. — wi he called the luune- 
thereof, Reboboth,* and said. 
For now J liath Yahweh made room for tia, 
atKl we tiliall be frnitful in the land. 
* And he went up from tlienee. to Beor-rtheba. 
>* And Yahweh api^ared unto him the same night, 
and iuud. 
t[Ii; am the Ood of Abraham thy fathvr. — 
Po not fear, for <witli thee > am |I|, 

• Or: "ipoiting. ' 
k Or: " (what, nnw ' has* 
thirti done to u> '" t'p. 

o.o. an, I, A 

• ^"■Uife." 

* "Opposition," or 

■ " UooiniMHft." 

«E\IvSI« XXVI. 25—34; XXVU. l-iJl. 



And I will bte»i Uiw, and mtittt|>ty thv i)e«d, 
For the sake i»f Abmham iny -■•ervnnt. 

* So he buiUled tlrtTL' ati *Itjir. aiwi chJImI uii the 
n»iiie of Vatiweli, aud H[>nud out tbcre, hw 
t«nt,- luid tl»e atrrvunts of Thjuui cut out tliere, 
ft welL 

* And iiAhimelechJi eiun« unto him from Gorar, 
— witJi AhiuuBth hi* friend, and Phicol, oum- 
nunder of his htNt. ^ And Ikloc wiid untu 

Whejvfure' have yo come in unto me.~«ee)ng 
ClkSt iiye I hfttcd mu, uid wrnt me away 
rrum you * 

* And tbey Aud ; 

We WW pUinlyii that Yahneh w»ei with 
thee, MO we «uud, 
Tjet thfn* be^ we pmy th^e. an f«th ll»< 
twixt ua Imth. | betwixt up* tuid th«u|,— 
and let UHdolemniAe n covr'iutiit with thee: — 
■* That thou wilt not do wruuK by um. »ocuni- 
iitg as w« luuchtd uot thit-, luid aooMvlinf 
fu> we did by the« |iu>thiii|f but Koodl. 
luid then M-nt thcv away in |»acc, lltbeuH 
whti ilnuwii art blowed uf Yahwi*)i ! 
So he tuode for thcni a hiuiquet, lUid they did 
c«t and drink,— ^^ and ruM! up early in th« 
morning, and took an oath, eoeli nutti t» his 
brother,— M> Isaac l«t tb«ni go, and thoy de- 
liart«d fpiitn him. in iwaoe. 
''■ And it i-niiK* t^i iw^. on ttie »Ani« day, that 
the wn-ikiitti u( lauu Lonio in, and told him 
ciMiPf-nitnji; the well which they had di(fK«jd,— 
and ksid to hiiu. 

Wo havf found wnter! 
■Ho|»ecaII#wlit, Sbiliali.' || Kur Uuh cau-*' hath 
tlw nnnii' nfthe cityil be«u fieer-Hlivba. unto 
•• And <wh»rn Kiuu wiin fnrty ^vkt* rild> Iw 
l/jok tt» wife Judith, daujfhtiT (tf Brt*ri, the 
Hitiiu*; and Harteinnth, daughter of Kltm, the 
Hittit"; * and thry occauio a bitterness of 
Mpiiit,— tfi Imuu; and Ui Reh4>kfth. 

% 3I>. Jtttyjh, at litMitli't Iitwti(tfitiont dr/rtnid* 

SmH of tile Birthrifthi JUeuf'tiff, tmnnff onfy 

rtfi fnfrrior BlfMint/ hr hi* ftdt-r JtmtAer. 

' And it caniF lu pntM that Isaac 1 wax old j, and 

lli* ayvn IxM'wnie tuu dint tu tvc, no be callc<l 

K^u his »*Ider mm, and said unto liim— 

My win ,' 
And \w Mtid until liini, 
B«'Ik>W nil- ! 
■ And hr Maid. 

Ikhuld. I pray tbec. I un old,— 1 know not 
the (lay uf my death. 

• ffNowr there/ore, taki\ ! pmy thtti, thy 
wvttlKna, thy tiuiver and thy hnw. and gti 
*«lt to tlie field, and eatcih for iiii; yanm ; 
ami make fur mv dainty mi*utN, hiu-h an I 

love, and bring in to me, that I may eat,— 
To tluj Hnd my aoul may blew tliee, era 
yet I di« 1 

* Now :Hel.«kahi was hearkening, when Isaac 

H X. I Mm vcn ■wthflm, 

" HWMir," cp. rhap. xxl. 


spoke unto Kmu his son. —and Esau wout tua 
way to tfao field, to catch ^amv^ to bring 
in. * II Rebekah I therefore, fipake uoUi 

Jaoub her won. saying, — 
Lu ! I huonl thy father, iqieakjng unto Emu 
thy bmther, oaying: 
^ Brin^ in for me gatne. and make fur m« 
dainty infuts, that I may eat ; and lot 
nil* bl«w thw in the jiresence of Ynhwoh, 
btifum my death, 
■ [iNow,; thoreforp, my son, hearken unto my 
vifici*. in that which I am commanding 
11h-« : 
• Uo, I pray thee, unto the flwik, and fetch 
me from thence, two kid»* of Uii'- gnats, 
fine >iucH.~ that I may niakc of them 
dainty mc«ti» fur thy Catlier. mui-Ii lu hs 
tuveth ; 
'** Tlien idialt ihitu take them in unt4i lliy 
fattier, and he (ihiill eat,— 
To tli« end he may bless thee, befure his 
'■ And Jacob auid unto Helwkah his mother,— 
Ix> ! IIEhau my bnjtheri i» a hairy roan, 
whereaa |:l!l am a Kmooth man: " perod- 
ventiire'my fatheruiight f«»arm«, tlienshuntd 
I be in his eyes, as one tluit niocketh, — and 
Rhnuld bring niK>n myself a rf'pniach. and 
not A bleating ! 
^ And hi« mother naid Iti Idm, 

<Up(»n nie> be thy roproaL'h. my ton,— nnly* 
hearken unto my voice, sad gn fetch [them] 
for nie, 
** So he went, and fetched [them], and brought 
tham in to his mothor, — and lii." mother 
made dainty nicativ, Kuch an bin father 
IstikI. '* Then to<ik Kobekali the garments 

trf Efuiu her elder twn. the costly ones, which 
were with her. in tlio houht*,— and put them on 
Jacob, her younger Bon ; '"and the <skiim of 
thokid.-iof theguats> put she uptin hi^ bandt*, — 
and on the xniooth part of hii« neck ; ^^ then 
placed Mbe th« tlainty nioatH and the bread. 
whiL-h »Uc hod made ready,— in th« hand of 
Jacob her won. '• So he went in 

unto ht« father, and aaid— 

My father ! 
And ho said. 
Behold me ! who' art < thoull. my son? 
I* And Jacob njkid \int«> liift father. 

nil am E-yku thy (ir\tbnm, I have made ready. 

M thou didst bid mo. 
Rit«. I pray tbw. sit up. and eat thuu of my 
To the und thy soul may bloas me. 
*> Then said Inoc nntn his son, 

H(>w is it thou luLst been so quick in finding, 
my tKinf 
And hu .-yiid, 
Dfwaune Yahweh iliy God caused it en to fall 
out Iw'fiirv me, 
51 Then (Olid Isaac untu Jact>b, 

Come n«ar, I pray ilieo. that I may feel thee. 
my (wm,— whi*ther l|thou thywlflt art' my 
Eifni Emiu or not. 

GENESIS XXVn. 2-2~4ti. 

^8u Jaoib cauw near utitu Ituuic Iiik ftttbor. and 
iMt him ; thon >md hu. 

1 TokMll i» the voice of Jacob' ; 
Bat t tbe handi , ore clu< h&ndH uf Ksati'. 

* So he did not find him out. 1i<>oauFK- 1 hut hands) 
wwe !like the bandtt of K«ftu hw hrutltorj 
(hairy.— M Iw bleased him. •* And lie »aid, 

^Thou chynlf ij «rt' my «>n E-iau • 
Am! be said 

* So he said. 

Brifkff it near tn mo. that I may oat of the 
Rwne U my eoD, 
To the end my soqI may hlem th«*. 
And he bruuKht it nc?Ar to liim. and he did 
CM, aad he ttfrrugbt in to him wine, aud he 
diank. ^ Then Isaac his father said onto 

Come thoa oear. I pray thee, and ki« me. my 

* So he came near, and lujued him, and ht* mnelled 
die «DeU oi hi* garments and blessed him, — and 

See ! rilw vmH of 1&7 aon n, 
A» the mttHl at a ftek), which Vahweh hath 

* Tfaea. may God fire thee of the dew of the 

Aad of (1m tmtuem of the earth,— 
And •bvndaiica of corn, and ucw wiue : 

* Let p e opte a airve thee. 
Ao4 tAaaa bow down tu thee, 

ffw^ff* thoD locd to thy brethivn, 

Aad let the auaa uf thy mothiT \nvr down t4j 

iBe that cuiaeth ibcei' he accuntwl ! 
And i he that blesaeth tbec \. be UMUied ! 

* And it eame lo paoB <aB aoon as Isaac had 
made an ^kI of hiewiny JMob>— yea it came to 
paaa <wfaeB Jaeob jhad o«dy jiwt gone forth 
feaaa the lamiliui of Isaac his fBtlier> thut 
IKmu hia brother!) came in fium hift hunting. 

■ Then: be too made dainty mpata, and brou^t 
in to hia father.— «nd said to hia father. 

Lee my father riie. that be may eat of the 
gaiue of hia aon. 
To the end thy aool may bleoa me I 

■ And Int-" hia father aaid to him. 

Wbtfart Jtboo:.? 
1 1 ; am thy vm. I thy firvtbom ], . Eaau u 

■ Then did laaac tf«mble n-ith an ex«««ding great 
Wmhling, aad aaid. 

Who then' wa*' it that caugcht icaine aiul 
broilKfat in to me, and I did eat uf all ere 
jat tboa didst cotne in. and I hleaaed liim * 
<Tea. Uemed > ahall he remain ! 
M <Whaa Kttu heard the word.H of his fatber> 
then eried be nut with an outcry' loud and 
hitler. «9toeedingl>',— and «id to his father, 
Blam seven me ahio , . ( > my father ! 
s* Then be aaid. 

Thy brother eame in. anth deueit,— «ikl took 
away thy bleiwinu- 

•• And ho wiid , 

la it b^K-aoHu Ihiii iianwl i» called iJacohf 
that hu hath tricked*' me. now twice? 
<My liirtliright^ ]»•■ UttiV away. 
And lo I 'nowi be hath taken away ' 
And he said., 
Hattt thuu not nwerved. for me. a falesfonK 7 
" Then anHwered Isaac, and said Uf Emu.— 

Lo ! <a lord> have I appointed him unto' 

And <"all hia brethren> have I ft^'en to hiqti 

la* 'servants ^ 
And <u-ith corn and new wine> have 

MUMtained bini,— 
And <;for thee— now> what can I do. 
Hon 1 

* And Kt«au said tintu liio fatlier. 

<But one blt9<wing'> hast thou. O m.v fatberl 
Rlet«« ifme al^o I, O my fntlMir'. 
And K^au lift^-d up hi* voice, and wept. 

* Th«>n utifivreno] Imuu: htM father, and aaid uut4> 

Lo! <ar* the fat parta of the earth> ahall he 

thy dwidling, 
And i>f *■ the dew of the hea\-ena. above • 
*• And <ou thy Hword > shalt thuu live. 
And <thy brother> shalt thou serve: 
Hut it shall comt' to paiw <wbeu thoii aha3t 

mve at Iarge> 
Tltenahalt thou break his yoke fnimoff 
** And Ei*an lay in wnit' fur .Tan^b, rm 
of tlie hU>»«ing wherewith hi.t fatJier had blenwd 
him,— and Kmiii (>aid in hiK heart. 
The dj»>Ti »«f niouming for my father draw 
near, when I can nlay ■TMu>b my brother. 
** Then were told u» Roliekah, the words of Kaau. 
her elder mm,— «> !»!»' -■»e»t and called fur Jacob. 
h'jryouui^r son, and igiid unto him— 
Lo! iKeau thy brtttlier i« couauliug himn 
aa totichtng tliee. U> tday tlie«. 
*• |;Now I then!fi>n«. my «m, hearken lo 

voioo, — and rii*f. flee thou" to Labaii my 
farut>ier. to Hanui ; 
** And tlu>u »lialt dwell ^Stb him a fv^w tlavit, — 
until that the wralh of t!iy bnither turn 
away : *" i until the tuminie away uf th 
anger uf thy liroUier from tl*w.'|l. and 
fiirget H'iuLt thuu huit dune to him, 1 
I send and fetch thee fn>m thence. 
Wherefore' eltould I loae ijyou bothfi in < 

* So then Hebekah aaid unto Isaac, 

I am dirifusted with my life, because of 
daunrhtci* of Heth,— 
cShmdd Jacob he taking a wif<^ of the 
daughters of Ueth. like tlie»o. uf the 
daughtere <<{ tJio Iand> wherefore' vould 
1 wJKb for life!* 

* ** Hnl-oatahOT,** *'lnek- 

*Or: "oTerxcachcd"— 

« Or: **•»»«■ ham." 
*aO: "flwldrll>>'*eW* = 

"flee to ttdae own bt- 


' lU : " Whmtott! to me 
-Ufe.'" Mf: "What 
irood wuaUl mf Ufa bi to 

GENESIS XXVUI. 1-22; XXIX. 1-8. 


. 88 > TliPn l^MMc c*lM Jftcoli, niid )jl(«««d him, — 
utiil (xnnnmndrd him. aiiil mid %n hinit 

Ttinii flmlt rtot take a tnitt of the daughteov af 


Riat). git thy way U> Padan-anun" to xhti 

liuiiw iif BetiiueJ, thy mothLT** fathtr, — 

and Uiki* tlitv fniiii thtiiKv' a nn'fe, of thtt 

daughtcni of I«al-iaii_ thy mntlM'r'H linilluir. 

' And '(Son Ahtiighty I>Ii«m tlic^, and niaktt 

thiv fruitful, and multiply th4H^,~wt nlialt 

thou U-ixiiui- » tiiultitLidH'' i>r iiC4;)pki&. 

* Attit nmy Kt* ^vi< thf4> the bln<sin(7 of Abra- 
liani, to tl»«', and to thy iteed with thee] ,— 
that tliou i))ay(>^t pometM the land of thy 
!««>]uurntii^ which Gtxl ^vl* to Abrahum. 

' So Lwae M.-ut away Jacoh, and h^^ tuuk hi» 
jourofy u> raflas-amin.*— uuto Lnt«ii son of 
Betliufl. the .Syrian, hrotlierof RflMfkuJi.inuthiir 
(if Ja«ih ami HatM. 

* And H>au Ijfbekl that tmac <w)»eii bu lilcMcwd 
.lauob, and wnt hint to PadAn-nram.* bi take 
to hinctolf *roni thence, a wife> ttwt |iii 
Mciwiinr biui! he bud (xnnniand upon liini. 

Thca ahalt tiut take a wnft* of tlw daaghtoni 
d( Canaan : 
' And that Jaitih henrkiiuetl unUi hin father, and 
unto hilt innthi-T. — and ttmk hlw jouriwy to 
Padaii-amm. ** So thun Kmuu beheld that 
l'dinpl>.'a»iDii' vvo' i\w dati({hter» (»f Uaatiaii,— 
in iht* oyea nf lflna<: hint fstht-r : " Koau there- 
fore wt'nt unto tnhmiu^l.— and took Mabalftth 
daughter of Uhmael. 5on of Abraham^ sUtur uf 
Xebaioth. to hinutelf to wifts jin addition tu the 
wivea that be liad|. 

{ 40. Jofofi'* Departure: Heaven opened : Firat 
Diritxe Appeiirijuj to Jnctift, 

»" Bo Jacob went forth, from Becr-stht-ba, -and 
joiimcy««l towards Hnntn. ' ' Ami h«? tiKhted 

on a [ilaw-. and tarriwl tlieni^ht Iheiv. Ixtiauso 
tbe mn harl gone in,— and hu t^^uk of thostonwof 
Ibp place, and vnit fur hi> pilkiw,— and lay <lown 
in that plau*. ''And W itivuiuvd. and 1o! In 
atairwa^ ,1 planttjd Haithward-s with ita topH 
raaching towarthi tlwt liu«vi;tbs~und lo! . incs- 
Mngtn of Ood'l aM^iidini< and di>HCMidLDg 
tb«ni»n; "and lol iVahweh I ytundmg hy« 
bito, — and \w ^aid, 

If: aiu Ynhwch. HoA of Abrahaui tby fatlier 
and (■<jd of Isaac. — 
<Thi' land wlifn-tiu {>tlKHl|| art lyiug> ,to 

t)i(«i will I give it. and tu thy M'ed ; 
And thy mm>1 shall tfecome. e* the dutti of 
tlw Mkrth, and Uiou »halt break forth 
wntword and eastward, and northward 
and southward, — 
Ami all the tainillw of tho ^niiid nhall 
be blsiecd iu thii\ laud in thy wed .'* 

•="Thv|ilaia of Syria." 
kOt: "eon vucatluu." 

'A viTv I tiiiiiHoT) mratunir 
4^ 111. hiT*' 

)||B0 ; TQorp 

IBCTiv ' L fwt« 

the niuiBtivp, thuti 
"iibove." Uii. Jn. i. &1, 
"In Ihfn plrt<^," nt»t 
"Ibiit": ""fhi"," not 
"tlwil." in thi> hoivtf <>f 
iivi v.-rs. W. 17;. 
' <_"hap. x\\. N: cp. cliMp. ifi, 

" Jdi\ then. Il an with thee. --in will I keep thtM 
in ever>' place whithortnevri th"U mayest 
(^^ and will bring; thcf fwiek unto this iwrtl, — 
For I will not fnrKak*^ the^ until I hart* done 
thftt of whioh I hKve spoken to thee. 
•* And »Iftc*tbaw()ki* from his tJe«'p, ami twiil. 
iiflurely I Yah\%-»'U «■««' in this pla<v, 
And III kneu-it not. 
'' And he feared, and tsatd. 
How' fearful in thit* place ! 

Noni*oth<>r' thix, tlian thn houf<eaf Ood! 
Nor thtx' Uiuii thi- KAtc of the heavnu! 
w 8ii .Ia<roli mne fjvrly in th«> rn-imippr. and took 
the ntime wbieh he had put for hia pillow, nnd 
put it for a pillar.— and pcmrwi out oil vipiui tlie 
top thernof ; ^* and called the nnuie of thnt 
placw— Both-el,*— i|nevertholc«B|| I Lux waw thf» 
name uf the city, aforetime. * And Jao^b 

TOw«d a vow. hayiuK. — 
<Tf Gorl will be with tuo. and will keop me in 
thiH way whonHm 1 ! am i^iiutr, and give 
me hrvad tu eat. and raiment to put un : 
" and 1 eomi' back in prutperity unto tbe 

hoiite of my father> 
'riien \fill Yabweh provn U\ l>f tny' fitid, - 
« And I thih »t«.«iv which 1 have put for a 
pillarli shall be tlw house of Ood,— 
And <o( all whiali Xh*\\x !«haH ijive rae> l|a 
tenth! will 1 tithe unto thee. 

)f 41. Jnetilt nnJ RneM wW .- After tn^en Tntr$' 
ffnitiittt- the Dfeeii'er M deeeitrd. 

< 'l*heu.Tnc>>b lifted up hi.>< feet, —and went lua 8^ 
way t^jwarfls thi* hmd of the *>ii* of the 
Ewt. "And he l'K>ked, and lo! a wpllfl 

in tiK' field, and lol <then.-> thn-e f!ock» of 
iiheep. lying down nenr it, for <out of that 
well> do they »-ater the flocki*, — Iwt lithe 
stone !i is pvat, on the mouth of the well : " an 
they pither together tliitht-r nil the flwka. and 
roll awiiy the *t«me fn»m off thf- moutli of the 
well, and watt-r the rfieiep,~and put Imr.k the 
Mtone ui»on the mouth of the well, to lt« 
jilacc * And Jacob Miid to thein. 

My brvthivn, whence are ye? 
A»d they wiid: 

<Fntni Huran> aw we'. 
* Antl he said to them, 

Kn'iw ye Lulittli. turn of Nahor? 
\nd they unid. 
We know pdm]. 
" And lie Mid to tliem. 
Is it M-ell with himT 
And they said. 
Well, hut In! j Rachel his daDghttfrl coming 
in M-ith the nlieep. 
'And he t»id — 

Lo! the day u< yet' high, it is not time for 
gath*!<nn^ together the cattle,— water th» 
sheep, and g>i feed. 
" And th»y said. 

We cannot, until that all the flocks ara 
gathered togietfaer. atMl they roll away the 

• = '• Houiw of Ood." 

sbmf, from off thf> mtrntJi <yf tbij well,— uud 
then can we wntijr the «h«?p. 
■■< While ytfl' he wan j-iitatkimr with th«m> 
li I{iu:hel . had ouiu« in with the ahn-p which 
bvlaiiged to her father, for <a Hh<:pherdeM> 
wait ohf. >■> Aiiri it came to pass 

<when Jacx^b oaw Rachel dftughtor of Laban, 
hilt mutliBr'ti limthcr, and the shcup nf Laban. 
his mnther'tt bnrther> that Jacob weut B«ar. 
R[id TLillod away tliPr mitine from off the nioutb 
of the well, and natervd the ahecp of LaVian. 
his uiotliLv's br»th«)r. )> And Jacob kiwui-d 

Kauhel,— aud lifted up biA voioe, and 
wppt. >'And <when Jacob told 

Riwh(>I, ttiat be wa» her fatlipr'-t l)ri»lher:l and 
that h« Wftjs Rebokah'!«.>«t]n> thrn run she, and 
told lier fath<!r. '» And it came to |fa*» 

<wli«Ji I-«l*an hejud the liiUjjp. of Jacob lii* 
mater'it Ktai> tluit Im ran to ineut him. and 
•embmced him, ami fondly kiiuted liim, and 
brought him into hin houtfc, — wbcn he mcounted 
to LalMtn all ihew* things '< And Ijaban 

tmid to him, 

Surely' <my lione and my fl€«h> art thou'. 
Su he Bbode with hnii a m^nth of 
d»y». " Then hftid Lnbnn to Jacob, 

I» it becftiue <my brttther> tbi*a art', that 

thon fjiuuldit aerxe me for naught? 
Come, tell me I What •hall be thy wagea? 
'• Now i' Italian ti bad two daiiichters,— the muno 
of Ibo I'hlwr' ;;L«di , ami the name of tho 
jronnBw" 1 Rachel : . i' But the eyes of Lnah ; 
wore wcAk.—whrri'att illUcbel: was comely in 
fcrmi. and uoruuly in cpuiit*>nauoe.^ '• So Jaoob 
liwod' KauhttI,— and h«; aaid. 
I will rtervi^ thoe »even yeani, for Rachel thy 
younger daughter. 
>■ AimI IiaUiii naid. 

lUitur ih»t 1 ^vc her to thee', than that I 
«bouUI give her to another' iwui,— 
Aliidit with me 1 
' 8u Jacob fMtrv<^ (,ir Ratrhel - muvdh yoarB,~and 
they Iji^aini', in hi* eyuit. lui wiiiKk- d*y«, (at his 
love to hi-r. 91 Then haid Jacob unto 

Ijiban : 
Conw givQ me my wifa, for ftilKIled' are my 
dftyn, that t may ^fit in uni*^ her. 
* Su Labnn gathered tugother all the men of the 
pUoe. and nuule n haoqaer. ^ And it oame 

to ymm, < in the «vening> that ho look Leah his 
dftughtcr. and hroitght her in unto him, —and he 
wm% In iinU) her. " ^Vnd I,aban (jave h«r 
ZJI|«h. hin haiiduinid, unto Ijeah hiM daughter, 
aa handmaid. » And it came to patvi cin the 
nM.niliig-, that hi! it waa Leabll.-nnd he said 
unto I.ikl>Hn, 
What' U fill.' ihoii iiiwt d<me U» me?'- 

W«* It iKit - f..r IU^'hel> iHerveil witbtb«e! 
Wlierofur... then, lumt tliini dtMieived mo? 
" And I>ahaii «aid, 

It miiMt n»tt U> done mt, in our plaosi— to give 

Mill Int4ir iMint before tho ftivtliortL 
KiilHI the wmik of thU «me,--tlicn must w« 

fivu thee t'the other one ahM>||. fur 

terrtee whertrwith thou abalt serve with 

DM tyet seven yean morel. 

» And Jaoob did so. and fulfilled the week of this 

otic, — and he gave him Rachel his daughter — 

lu him* to wife. ^ And Laban K*ve, to Rachel 

hia daughter Bilhah, hia hamlmaid, — to be heni. 

a« a handmaid. 'So he went in |!mito 

Rachel ahto,, and loved llRacliel also] mure than 

Leah.— and he len-ed with him |yat aeven yews 

more I . 

S 42. i'Aere are fcom to Jacob tlfvtn San$ a^td a 
•■*' And <when Yahweh «aw that Leah w»« 
h&tcd> he granted her to bear childrwi,^ — 
whereaii i Rachel waA barr«Q. " So I^nUi 
ooncfldred.a&d liarc a mw. and called hia name. 
I Reuben iL*— for ahe aaid. 
BecauMo-i Yahweh batli looked' upon my 
For .' now I will my hatband love' me. 
^ And ihe coDoeived agftin^ and ban* a aon, and 

<Bocause*i Vahweh heard that i.>I{[ waa 
I hated [ > lie gave me i thLi one alsoi'. 
So fehe called hi» name 1 SimeoniL* X And 

ahe conceived again, and \ak a tson, and aaid. 
uNow— thin time!! will my husband be botmd 
unto me, 
Fur I have borne him three Mma,— 
<Ktr this 0Miae> oaUed the' his nune 
|il^viil.< *And iibe oonoeived agsin. and 

liare a tutu, and aaid. 

ilThi« timell wUl I praiw Yahw^eh. 
<.Kor wliiub cnuiw > site called his name 
llJudah:!." And bhe left oil bctuiug. 

> And Rocliel Maw ahe had bumu no children 3C 
nnto Jacob, tw Rachel became envioua uf ber 
siter.— and aaid unto Jacob, 

Come I give me children, oi clw [[die.] 
^ Then kindled tlte auger of Jacob with Rachol,— 
and he eckid. 
Am r Ijin the place of God I. who hath withheld 
from thee the fnut of the womb? 
' Ami ahe luud. 

Lo ! my handmaid. Bilhah, 

Go in unto her.^that ahe uwy bear u)Kin 
my kneear ao that l, I altoji may be biiilded 
up by her I 
* And ahe gave him Bilhah Iut handmaid, tu 
wif e^ — and Jnc^b Wf nt in unto her ; <> and Bilhah 
oonouived, and bare unto Jaoob a son ; * and 
Rachel aaid. 
God hath vindicated me. 

Moreover abtn' he hath hearkened unto my 
voice, and liath given nio a wmi. 


kaUhowii hart 

tboii dciiif to ma T ' 


• "To him." alwent fmm 
lo<«t MS8.— Oji. 

^30: "be i^eMd bw 

'PmK- *>R«e]reaiMa." 
'Or •Aoit "teauuc," s» 

not n(>cdi<il tn 1^i((Un1i. 

Cp. O.U. t7\, b, 

• >" A bearing." 

' 8o it dad be i«. Sam. and 
Sep.)— <».n. t^nor of 
U.C.T. dur lu ncgleeted 
abbrerialioD : Km' « 

c 3"AlntidinK." 
•"'rnbcd." -'BvabaUbe 
onimi.*' " But tUs 





< For thicf iaiiiM> callrd e\w his nAmo 
|Uau|.* ^ And Bilhaii. Rju-liel'v tiud- 

DuUd. cxjaueired A(p^n, and Iuud a se<»}tid aoD to 
Jsvub. >* Then twd Hoc'Ih'I. 

<Wiih wnwdingj* of G<)d>'' lwiv« I wrwtkd 
wiih my •i^tp^. 
Vna' I Imve prcvftiU^. 
S*) nhu lulled hin n«mf iNnpliUli]." 
» TliinsftW I-eah, thiit shf hwi Wft nff b«miig,~ 
ao she t<Hfk Zilpah. her hwidniaiil, lUid gave 
her to .lacob. to wife, w Aiifl Zili>ah, Lcfth'b 
handmaid, bare to Jnuoh a mjn : *> aud Ix'aIi 

Viotiirj' hath como I 
SoshocaiMhUiiamo :(i(i<l ■' 'aAndZilpfth. 

LeuhV hiuidrimid, bare a »kHxtnd jtun toJaooh; 
U am I liCwh said, 

<For my hftppm««> sunJy happy' have 
dftiighti'rs proD'rtinced mn. 
So «hp calli'd hw namt-' | Anherl-" 
'• Then went Reuben, in the days of the wheat 
ltarve»t. and found mandrakes, in the fltild, and 
|jruui;ht tli4^m in unto Leah his iiMither,— and 
10u.-hel fiaid untu lA-uh, 

Pmy givt) tne, «ome of tlto luandrakcci of Chy 
N>n '. 
I* AuH ftliL' satil to tier. 

U it a iniiall ttiingll that tbou hwt token 
away ijiy huslmnd? 
And wouldttt thtvii take away tleven the 
□landrakcs «if my m>ii ; ? 
Tlicn Haiti RftL-hel, 

llThi-n-forvl ^liftll he 111- with ihet- tu-nighl. for 
lh«; maTwirakt-* of tliy wii. 
•• And Juoub oamc' m frnm th« field, in the 
evening, to Leah wunt out tu mu«t him. and 

<Unto nie> »hiUt thuu crime in, fnr I tiave 
fhimlll thau, even wiUt the man<lrakuB of 
my aon. 
And lie lay witli lier that night. " And 

G^^i liearkeiKtl unto Leah.— and she c<mceived. 
aud hare to Jacob a fifth son. '* Then said 

iivd liath given my hire, in that I gave my 
liandiuftid to my hu«baud. 
Sodieuallcdhiniwme lIsMcbart.' >* And 

Leak eooocived ant^". ^"^ ^^ ^ sixth aon to 
Jacob. * Then said Leah. 

God hathdowered me, ;even me| with a hand- 
some dowry, 
;iXow> will my husliaitd dwell with me, Un 
I hnw lionio liim six mnui. 
So she called his lUkiuo |Zebuion|." "And 

afterwards' Mlif liarv a daughter,— kj she calle«l 
hrrname | Dinah |.'< 
»> Tb«n U*id lemereihepw) Knchel.— and GihI 
hearkened unto her, anil K^^ted her to lx»r.' 
« 9(» she crrticeived and ban* a wm,— andaaid. 
God hath takm away my reproach ; 


• "Judgw.'* 
i *Or; "inlglity 

l# ■•My wrwtlluif." 

• "Pmiip«otta."*'Baiipy-' 

'"'riH-n' i" hlir"'; or. 

"lit U hired." 
■ Vnib. : •■ iiaUUitiQU." 
fc]»i»b. : "Htrifr." 
■iU: "opauxlhcrwuinb." 

>* So »(he called his name I Jo«eplil.*Mayai«. . 
Yahni-h bt attdhtg untn nie another aOB. 
i 43. Jaeoh aytiiu drfruud^ fry J^tlnn, m<iisw 
ReprimU ajxtn Aim. 

* And it OA&te to paiw when Rachel had bonM* 
.I(»epli,, — that Jnoobnaid uiit<i Labaii, 

Let me gt>. that 1 miiv take my journey, unfcfr 
iny place, and to uiy land. 

*» Cuiiie, give me my wives and my ehildrwn, 
for whom I h*veaorved thee, anr) let uie taka 
my jouniey,— for Ilthoul Imowest my ser- 
vice, wherewith 1 have servwl thee. 

" And Laban Maid unto turn. 

<If, 1 pray thee, I have fomid favonr in thine 
eye*> ... I have divined that Yahweh 
ba^h bleaped ni« for thy **ke. 

* And he Bftid,— 

Come, fix thy wagnt for ine, that T may 
give it ! 

* And he naid unto him, 

liThou . kiiowewt how 1 have >ierved tluM», — 
and how thy cattk lmv..< fared iwith me!. 

* For it was lllittle , that tlmu hadwt— before 

I came.'* and then it bmke forth into a 
multitude, and Yahweli hUiaaed thee at 
my every »C*.'p. 
llN«wi| therefore, when ami I I ako to do 
tumietbinK I f<ir my own house ; ? 
*i And U* *Artl. 

What Mliidl t give (h«e? 
And Jiioib (*«id: 
Thou shalt give me | nothing at all|, 
<lf thou wilt do for me thin thing> I will 
return. I will shepherd thy flock. I will 
keep it: 
M <Let mo pKs." through all thy flock WMhiy. 
rumtrving from ihenee — ovory ytmng une 
tliat i^ Hiwckltsd and apottwi. and eiery 
young one that is dark-col oured. 1 among 
the young ttheepl. and spottiNl and 
speckled laniuiig the gciat«[> and 

they ahall be my wage^ 
33 And my rightecnuneM Khali aiMwcr for me. 
on a futui^' day. when ihou »h«it como in 
tuHpL-cting my hire that w U^fon- thee,— 
<Evfry one that ia nut speckled and 
spotted amtmg^ the goato. and dork- 
ookHlRd among the young sheep> 
H stolen II shall it bu aocuunted, if found 
Iwith mei.' 
»* Tlien wi.i<l Lalmn. 

Jjo : would it nuKht lie according tii thy word ! 
*> So be removeii, on that day. the hegoatw that 
were»tripod and «pcrtted. and all the she-goabt 
tliat were HjjwckK'il and spotted, even,- one-* tliat 
had white in it, and every darkHH»loure<l ime 
among the young sheep,— and delivenwl them 
int<» the Iiand uf Wis wm« ; '"'ihen put he a 
journey of three dayn Iwftween himself aud 
Jacolj,-but |iJflcobhimiwlf[l continued K-uihoff 
the flooka of La^MUi that were left. 

•Pn»l>.: "Hei»«dJin|t*'; 

ur: "He li> givliiK lu- 

»X1: " before me" = "l>e- 

fure my time" 

«M1: " rtolen — it — with 

* Sime ood. (W. Sep. and 
Oyr.i : *'iu«l CV«y ooe" 
— Ojl 

' 8u then Jacob took hint ruda o^ ^ung stonu. 
luid tioKel Hnd n)Apli%"— nnd peeled lii tlit>m 
wititu !ttrip«vi, )a>intf bore the whitu, which wa.-f 
on th« mdn. * And he net Uio mdn which be 
hud iN.'cU'd, in thu chftiiui'ht. in thu truuKlia oi 
woier,— whurt' thu H-x-kn cnmu in t*i drink. 
Atniight twfun; the fl<jck», tind thi^ fi-ir\nhw ul 
Uif flock iMcd t<i Ije iu hfAt whrm th<'y vnme in 
tpiiriiik; *»nd the uliIl-h of tin- Hock wxiv in 
hwt Iwforo the rods, - -*o the flocks hruught 
forth riii(r-«r™kt*<l.8pecklc<l, and BiJottiKJ "<Tlw* 
rftms iil!tu> di'l Jactib winrnle, iiiid tht^n set 
till-' faOT* of tht' Hocks townnit the rinj(-»ttraked 
aud all the darit-coKmnid, among the flocks <rf 
lAbctu,— awl he put I his owuj drovw by them- 
fwlveirt, and put them not vith the flooks of 
Labui. *' So ltc«ni€*t<i paiw <whonnoi>v<'r the 
rttronffi^r of the flocks were in lu)at> that 
ifaooli %ec thu rr>dft hcfnru thu i>y(M of tlie 
flock-s. ill thr cliaimt'lit,— tlmt thu f^raaltw uiifrbt 
be in hc«t ammitf tht! rodii; *>but <whtm tiie 
flnokit vit'Cf \atti in liKuring^ he did not net 
tbcm,— and 1*0 the hLte-ltum wen* ]*ahaji'8, nut 
the strong um-H Jaoob's. *• Thu& did 

the n»au hreftk forth ilext-'eediiiyly 1, — thus c»ni« 
h« t<i liave ffocks iu abundauw, and luaid* 
ji?rvantH. luid iiicii-»«rvMiu. Mid uMUfls and 

Ji 44. Jtiojf*, tUoiiiuf (t trtiif, ix jmrnuvl hg Laban. 

Thrff (ryvrmitU tivjiihrr. 

31 ' Then beud Im ttw words uf the suiu of Labaa. 
Jacub hatJi t«ki!n away' all tliAt bcloiiKiil to 

our father ; 
Yen <out uf what btslungcd to out f*thiY> 
faktb fau oiadt; alt tliii* wealth> 
'And Jacob looked upon the face of Laban,— 
aad Iu ! it Wks nut with him ad afore- 
Ktne.'- ' Tbon «aid Vahwvh uaio 

Recum unto the land uf thy fathent, aad to 
thy kindred,— that I may be with thee. 
^So Jacob not, and called for Rachel and for 
Lobh,— to tlie fii;ld. unt» hiH flock ; > and ^aid to 

IMwldingli ajn 1' tlie face of your father, 
that it ia noc' bnnufhi nic a« afon^time,'— 
n^vertliul«Ma Kthe Uud uf uiy farlKTi hath 
bnen vith me; * aud i:yei know that 
<wtt]i all my vigvur> haw I nerved your 
*• But yuur fathtr I hath deceivMl uio, and 
hath cliangrd my wagui ten tiinra, — yvtt 
ihy\ Itath not ftufftted' him to deal harm- 
fully witli me. 
• <If thua' he mith, i:The spiM-kled ! eliall 

be thy wBgw> then do all tlie Buck 

brtng forUi ftpcckfed, — 
Bat <if thof.' ha xaith, , The ring- 
«tTHkvd Khali be thy wa(ntt> then 

flo all the fluck bring furtli riiig-«tAfced. 

•Or: "phuM." ID: "wtv*it." 

*U.: "|Ianr,""h«n«r.** «3il: "rsAwdAT— third." 

So hath God Htrippod away the herds ti 

fattier, and givvn thorn to mo. 
And It vtusiv to paiis <in thu Neaaim when tlie^ 
flock wtiiv in heat> then lifted I mine 
«yea. and buheld in a dreain. — and ki ! 
lithe he-gOAta tlittt were leaping npon tlie 
flock ii were riug-tttmked, Mpwklrd^ and 
'' .-Vitd the mctucuger uf God aaid uuto me 
in a dreftui. Jacob ! and I 

•aid, Behold mv\ >'Thcn be 

Lift, I pray thw. lluno fvw* and behold, 
IIAll thi* he-goAts tliat are kiiping upon 
tJte fli«k I aiv riag-«traked, apeckk<d.fl 
and dappled, — for I )tave i<een all that^H 
ilI^alMinil luui bimn doing t<j thee. 
" llLl am the (Jon of Beth-^'l, where' iliou 
diditt anoint u pilUr, where thou didxCJ 
vow to m*' a v<nv, — ..Nowji*' ri»te, go fortUj 
out of tliiM land, and return iint<i the land ' 
of thy kiudrud." 
>* Then responded Rachel and Leoli, uid mid to] 
Have we any longer' % portiun or an 
inheritimpp. in the house uf our father 1 
>* Are we not accounted i aliens 1 1 to him. aeeang 
tltat <haring w^ld un> he hath then gone 
on' I devouring I aur!*ilver? 
'• Surely <all the nuheit which God hatlkl 
ittripped off from our father> [luntu us|4 
it t»?loii(j*?l)i and unto our wHia, — 
||N«wii_ therefore, < whataue^'er God bMb said ' 
unto thi-*e> lldol. 
>^ So .Ia<x>h anine,— and mounted liia aoiui ajid his 
wiveH<m the mmelh; '"and dni%'u tiway kU hip 
hiirdiit, and all bix go«id« vvbir)) he liad g&thercd, 
the gaitiK he luid giiined/ which lie had 
gntbervd in Podftn-amm ; that he migtit go in 
unto Itiaac his father, unto the land of Canaan, 
u Now : 1ji.han I had gruie, to Hh«ar his sheen. — 
m Rachel acute the hounltold grods* tha^H 
belonged to her fattier. * ThuK Jaci^b Ktul4^| 

away unaware^ to Ijitian.' the Syrian,— in that 
be liad not told him that he ms llabuut to 
fleell. u 3o he A4>d. Ilbe— and oU that he liad , 
and heanme.antt patttvd orrr rlio River,*— and 
net hin face t«iw»rdi4 the mountain of UiUsmL 
" And it wsA told lAban . nn the third day, — (hat 
Jacol> had fled. *b So be took hia lirethren 

with him, and imrvued after tiiin, a journey >A 
iwven days — sul overtook hiin in the mnunroin 
of Gilead. ^ And God went in unto Laltan 

tlie 8>'rian, iu a dream of tJio night,— aaid said 
to liiui^ 
Take heed to thyaelf. tliat tbmi spottk 
uith Jacob, either good or bud. 
> So tlien I«aban cmmu up whh Jsoob, — ||Jaoob( 
having pitched hb tent in the mountain. 








8yr.' : "wh«te aUo," or 
'■ e\'en wlMt« " — 0.a, 

* 9*HOv rod. (v. fvim. fend 
Prr.". : " Kow Uwrrforv '* 

• Or : " birth." 

'30: "the gaiiu of hia 

rin: "atule Uie bout of , 
«/.•..■ "Euphnta." 




IlLnlivin Also, with his lirethivn. pitched in tlie 
tnimnruD of Gilead. "Then mid lAima 

tit Jaooh, 
What hiulitt thnu (inne, thkt thou ehoulfUt 
Kb-jU away unawnrrtt t(> nttft,* — and ehouldHt 
carry off niy claughteTH, ah captives of the 
•w«rd T 
' Wherefore' did«t thou secretly fleo, and rob 
Kie,— and diditt not t4*U me, ttint I might 
w.'1kI th<?(< Kway with rejuicing and with 
eonKfi, witli limljrvl niul witli lyr« ; ^ find 
didat not nuffcr mt: lu Icistt my nun* aud uiy 
iiNowl hotttthou douo I fi-Njlinhly I. ="> Kltia'in 
the power trf my liand|| to deal with thee 
for harm.— but the dud q( your fatlierji 
<.]agt iiight> fcpaki* unt<^> njv, Rnyiug, 
Take bpod to thyftclf that thou tpuak not 
with Jaoob^ either (;o»d or hiuL 
^ But finriwi; <tlH)iigh tliuu didot wen lake 
tliy journey liL-cftuine thou ndidst «oreIy 
long i for the hmise of thy father >, where- 
fore' didHt thou steal sway my gixlx*'' 
^> And Jacob answerett and said unto Laliau, — 
Becftuw I was afraid, for I tuid. 

Lest thou tako by foroe thy daughters 
from me! 
■ iHp with whom thou find thy godsit shall 
not live *. 
<B«fan'ourHrE'thr(3n> iiute thuu for tliywdf 
what ia with me. aiid luke what Ih thiue. 
XeitlK'r did Jacob know that liRachelil had 
sttilen tJiem. 
* Then entered Lalan into the tent of Jacob 
and into the teiil uf Leali and into the tent of 
the twii luutdmaid^, ami found nothiuK.— then 
w^tit he foKh uut of the t«ut of Leah, and 
ontsrvd inUi t)n_' tent of lUchel. ^ Now 

IlKacliel I had taken thchouj*ehold gods'" awl put 
them in the baHket-»addle of the caniel, and 
taken her Mat upon them. And Labaii felt 

about thronghnut all the tf^nt, and found tliern 
not. " And she wd unto hur father, 

jAtt it not be vexing in tlie eyes of my lord, 
that I cannot Hm; tip at tliy prettenoe, fur 
Hthe way of wuuien. im upon me. 
Bcj he made anareli, but found not the houm.-hold 
godx'-' * And it was vexing to Jacob, 

and Ih! contended with Labftn, — aud Jacob 
n*j«|iuudMl. luid fiaid to I^ban, 
What wa* my tre^pawt. what my .sin, that ilmu 
abould&t have vomfi burning after meT 
^ <Now that thou hiutt felt alout among all 
my g<XMhj> what Iia*t thou found uf 
the g'MxIs of thine own ln.u»e J 
Set it out heiv, right tn-fore toy brethren 
and thy brethren.— lliat tht-y may give 
Mniteuue lielwixt lu twu. 
<This twenty year*' time> have 1 1 II lieen 

with tltee— 
HTliy oweo and thy ahe-goatall have not 
oOKt their young,— 

■•ID: '^^ataal iimr my 

^iSi eowAiurt plural 
(wUh lit p«n. jwantnin ' 

of Ui« fjiioniar woid 

< Awl the raina uf thy fluqk> have I not 

* <The tom> hove I not brought in nntn 

' :I bare tite lows 
<At my hand> dicLit thnu require it.— 
•Stolon by day. or iitolen by nighL 

* Thiut have t been— 

<ii>y tlay> drought hath oonsumed me. 
And t'fruMt by Inight],— 
Sci that Euy flleop &ed away from mine eyoa. 
*' ilTliif :i hull) been my' lot twenty yeum. in 
thy hotwp,— 
I served thoc fourtotm years, for thy two 

And Ml yetrs, for thy aheep— 
jViid thou didst ohauge my wagea ten 
*" <But tluit tlie tJod of my father— 

TIk^ (^od of Abraham, and the Dread of 
laaac — 
Proved to he m)ne> ' 
Surely' <evon now> emptyii hadat thou 

let me go7 
<My humiliation and the wearying toil of 

my hand8> God had M^m. 
And then-fore gave aentpnce hut night ! 
** Then n^Ajionded Labon and Maid unto Jacob— 
( Tlie damrhtemll are my' daughtem. 
And Utile wmMil are my' wms. 
And Ithexlieep are my* stheep. 
And <alUliat |thou| liubuldet(t> 
uTo moll doth it l«Iong I 
But <to my daughterff> what can I do 

lu thoMi. tlita da>. 
Or to their «Mm. whom they have borne! 
** llNow'l therefore, come on ! 

Let usMoIcmni»o^acuve«arit III andtlioufl, — 
Bo !«]iall it be a witnem lietwixt me and thee. 

* So Jacob tofik II stone, —and set It np tut a pil- 
lar. ** Thi'nwiid Jairobtt) hiBlnTtliren— 

Gather stone*. 
And Uiey took ftnmw, and nuide a heap. — nod 
they did oat there, by tho hoap. <' .\nd 

Labaii <».Ucd it. .Tegar-nahadullui.'^ -but ;| Jacobjl 
called it, tialeed." * Then »aid Labun : 

liThlfl heap be witnem. betwJxl me and thoe. 
jFor thin cauHel ii the name tlieruof called. 
Galoed ; " also The Watch Tower,' ad 
to which itirt swid, 
Ynhweh watch betwixt me and tlieo, 
when we are parted one from another, 
w If thou oppre«* my daughters, or if thou Uke 
wives beftidf-sv my daughteta>~llthere may 
U' no man witli at,l— iwo! II God I be 
witnuw lictwixt me and thee ! 
*• And Laban »aid to Jacob— 

Belwld tluB bwip. aud bt^liold this yiillar. 
which I liave set betwixt me and thee : 
« <A witnw«t> be this heap, and <a 
witne«9> tho pillar,— 

■Or: "wan on my lide." 

Cp. P". cx»iii. B, T. 
*• Cp. chap. axi. It7. n. 
• ='*wiln«ftn-Deap" 

4 ='*witnif"*-h*ap' 


OENKSIS XXXI. W— 55; XXXH. 1—26. 

That II 1. 1 mil oot to imm. unto tliev. over 

this lieftp, 
And Ithoii art nut topaM.UDto roe. over 
thirt hnap unrt this pillar l:f<ir hATmH. 
" TIh! Guiis uf AbraliAm and the Hntix of Xahor 
judgL'* Lmtwixt UK— the Godn of tbeir 
And Jacob «Wiuu by tbe Dread of his father 
Titaao; ••and Jacob olfrTvd sacrifio.* in ttw 
tuoantaiti, and rkIIm] uu liis lirvtltrvn tu rat 
lira«d. Su th«y did eat brviul, and tarrivd 

tlw mH>ht in the mouiitikin. "'* Ant\ 

Laban rottc upi^arly in tin* aiominK. and kii«ed 
Ilia auna and Ium dAUg)it4*rR. and blnwfs! thi^m ; 
nudLabanwent biawayand retumnd to hU plaoo. 

§ 45. Jaroif prfffirti to nvert E»nu : hi* Arrtinite- 
mntt§, Pmtfcr aiul Wmtliix^. 

32 ' < WHmi I Jacoh'l bad p-»5e on bia wny> tb«rc> 
mnt him.mciViengorH of Gtid. ' And Jiw^jb 

Raid, wlten hr miw tbetn, 

<Th(.' fampof f»<Ki> iathU: 
S(i )h.' ualletl tbe name uf tbnt pUc«. Maha- 
natni. *■ ' Thtin did Jatwb B*«d 

miXHon^crH Ijefow bioi, uut<> Emu bia brutliM,— 
to tho land uf St-ir. tbe field c.f Edom. * And 
be oomnondtMl ibem. MnyiuK. 
<T]kus> ahail yu My to my lord, tu K>uu, 
<Tbua> naitli tby Mrnant Jato'i. 
<W!tb LA'iai»> luivo 1 Ci>juuriied, um) 
tiuriw) until .uow): 
" And [ have oxen and asiieA, Bix^lW and 
mcn-sorvantH and nuud-»l•rvant^(, 
So I miiHt ncKdn nnud i<> tnll my lurd, that 
I might find f&viiur in thitu- ^yt'H, 
* And tho moBHfUgvra rctunii<d unto Jncnb. 
Haying. — 
We oune in unto thy brotbor, unto Kmiu, 
moreover also' be \t> on bis wny to niutt 
thee, and four hundred uion with him. 
*Theo was JRtN)h j,Tv:itIy afmiii. and in dia- 
tnm. So ht' dividt.><l the peoplir that 

w«rp«rith bitu. and the flwlcM aiid the hi'rdK and 
tli» painnlH, intn two camiw. " And bu »nid. 

< Should Kwu come ii|miii the c>n«* L-ainp, mid 
smite it> ypt Mhall ttic cftiup that in left 
" And Jiuiib^iaid, 

God of my father Alirabam, and (tod of my 
father Iftaar, — Vahwp|i_ who wartt Haying 
unto mv, — 
Return to tby laud and to tby kiDdivd, 
that T may rb-nl wW with thep ;— 
" I am too Hiiiall for all tliu loviugkindncaaes. 
and fur all tho fnitbfulm<tii»i, which thou 
haat douu unto thy m*rvantf — 
For <with nty HliifT> paawed T over t)ii»i 

But 'nowll hnve I bwnmo two cnmpti.^ 
" Deliver nw, I proy th't-. uut of the hand of 
my brother, out of tliip baud of Eaau,— for 

" Thh verb i* plraal in tbe • forrw ouil. {n. Sam., Pep,, 
Beb. ep. dtap. U n.\ V^.,\\t\.) : "and Anck**' 

* B'Turooaaiiw." -0.ii. 

* C«*ai|i, Ter. 2. 

II 1 1| am afrmid' of him, lent be oume in and 
smito— mother, an well aa» sons I 
" Hut ithoutbyacUl naidat,- 

I will ;:d«d i»x'llii with tbce,— 
So will I uiakn thy wx-d aa tbe -iaud of the 
MM, which 18 not to bv counted, for 
^ And ho tarried there ttwt niffht, and took of 
tb*t which taune t«» hi« band, a presrnt f'»r Ksau 
Ilia hiuthpr : — 
" Shf-giMtA, two bun- ihi'irculta, thirty; 

drud ; C'owi*, furty ; 

And iH't^Ata, twenty ; And bulK wn ; 
Ewes, two hundred ; She-awwH, twenty; 

And muL'i, tiventy ; And young ho-aMea, 

'• Milch camels, with ten. 

1* And he ^ve them iuto the band uf hia 
MirvuntH, each dmve by ibcdf. —and aaJd unto 
hi* MLTvaut* ■ 
Fiitw i>ver before ue. and <a breatbiug-HpMie> 
shall ye put bt'twixt drove ami drove. 
''^ And h(? oomumuded tbe fimt one, staying : 

•^'Wben Eaau my bmlbtir ahall fall in with 
liiee.aud aballask thee, saying, Whone' 
art itiiuu;! and whitheK wouldst thou 
guT and to whom' belong tbn*e befuie- 
thee 7>^ " Uieu alialt thou aay. 
To thy eervMit Ja«ub : 
It ta 1) ft praeontli wnt to my Ion], to E«au ; 
And behold I he hiiuwlf alw i it buliind ua. 
'<* And he conmiaiidcd tliu second alao. and the 
third, yea all that were going tm Ijehiud the 
drovBH, isaying,— 
< According to this word> aJuUl ye upeak 
unto Knau, when ye find him. >* Then 

sluill ye (wy, 
Also, lo \ jithy »rvant Jaonhu is behind ua. 
For hi' said : 
I inuHi pacify him^ with tbe pimcnt that 

gueth on Iwfore me. 
And i-iaftfr that> will 1 m-o hii« face : 
Pfrativynturw' lie will accept me.* 
'•*' tilt the pivsent pB«ted over befon* biui, — 
wl»creas |,be himttflf; tarried tliat night iu the 
«im|>. " And be arose in that night, 

and took his two wivea. and hia two hniiduui'Ia, 
and hit eleven iiona,— and pamed over thu ford 
of Jabbok. *> So he took them, and sent them 
over the brook, ■ -and wnt overtbat which be had.* 
'■* .-Vnd Jacob wnii l(<ft alone,— nwd tht-i-e witsetled 
a man unth him, until the uprisingii of the dawn, 
* And <whun he saw tliat he piwailed not 
against hiin> lie t^im-licd the hollow of his 
thigh,— nnd the hollow of Jacob'i) thigh U'ati put 
nut of joint, aa he wnwth<d with him. ^ Then 

mid he— 

Let me go, far upriaeu hatli the dawn. 
And he Raid : 
I will not let tbuo gn.— except' thou liave 
Iilesiwd me. 

'Ml : "over" — perh. 
Itniplii)-', •* if h<> (itiiM 
mra mnn nUia flrfft, mnA 
the mother falliug ui>in 
the dmd ItodlM of hvr 


'' Ul. : " i-otiT ovft hi* 


' Ml ; *■ lift np ray fiioe." 
* S">ni*' iijil. (w. Hnin.. Sop.. 

Hrr, Vul.) : "all that W 

Iiad''— a.n. 

GENESIS XXXn. 27—32; XXXIH. 1—20; XXXIV. I. 2. 

^ Then he mirl unto liim- 
WhAt is tiiy niune ? 
And \w said- 
M Then hp «id— 

<Nut J«oob> shtll thy name bo calliid uxty 

mm?, but |Isnr>II, - 
Fur thou hoAt oontcikled with God and with 

men. uid h*At prevailnrl. 
hen aflked Jocnh And Maid, 
]><;. I pTB>' tbee. ttsU tnc thy name ! 
And h«5 aaid — 
WlKTpfun?' now'. sbootdcAt tliou aak for my 
And he blessed bun there. ""So 

Jacob caIImI thi* namij of the pUce Pcniel :* 
For I i*ttw Gi(d. fiHw tu face; and my aoul** 
was doliverud.*' 
1 And tlie Him niM< un bim as Boon as bo had 
[joaeod uver Penucl^*— ihell, moreover, waa 
halting upon hi^ thigh.'' ■ <ror 

this cauAe> tho eons of Israel eat not of the 
nurve of tiw. Urge hip-raopw. which 'x» by the 
hollow i>f the thigh, until this dny, — hecauan hn 
touched tlie hulluw uf tlie thi^h of Joooh, in the 
msrvo of tlwf Uip-ainew. 

I 4&. Jattott and Eaau rtamciled. 

33 ' Then Jacob liftad uphisoyiw, and lonkud, and 
lo! K^au' cotniug in, — and <mth hira> fimr 
htindred men. So he divided thv. cbilcln*ii 

—unto Leah, and unto Riu-hel. and unto tbi: 
two handmaidfe : > and put the ImudmaidA and 
tlioir vtiildnn firsi,— and Leah and her chiUlren 
next, and liochet and JiiAeph ue.\t ; ' but llbe 
himcelfll poued over before cheiu, A]id tjowed 
hiniaolf to tlie earth xuven times, until lie bad 
come near nnto \\\b btuther. * Ttien 

nut JSiatu to meet him. and embmced him. and 
ftll on hi« ncek."— nnd they wept. * Then 

lifted lie up htH eyed, and beheld the women and 
the cliildn'ti, and isiud. 

What ant tlio«c' to thee ? 
And be aaid— 

The children wherewith God Imth favoured 
tby sen-ant. • Then ooinu u(*r 

thR baodmaida, ||thoy~and their cbil<lrau||,~ 
and bowed themwivea. "* Then came 

near Le*h alflo, with her children, — and 
they bowed tltemselvea. And <&fter' 

wwds> came near Joeeph with Rachel, and 
tiwy bowed tltenuelveA. *> Then 

•ud he. 

What to thee is all tbia camp, which I have 
fallen in with ? 
And h<i «aid, — 

Tu 6nd favour, in the eyev of my lord. 

* = •• FWaMif-OoD." 
*itt. -Ufe." 

• Pn»l>»Uy. fnnn the death 

which mifht wiJI haro 
(fiQmnd tw: riMon ; ami 
Am^a* aeoOMqueo««!, 
Ifvntn iratD ralTniiiy 
al tti« hanil of 

* tie WSJ* Ut« in gattfaw 

uvpr ; anil liaitintc aaweu 

aa \*,\*. 
' The wi>n1i> " iimI tiiaed 

him" tM hv nmitted — 

O.n., O. Intro. 3M. 

* Then said Kbbu. 

I ha\'e' an abuudiutcu, — my brother) )be 
thine I what thua bast ! 

» Then aaid Jacob. 

Nay, I pray thee. <if. I pmy thee. I have 
found favour in thine eyeft> then thou 
wilt take iny present at my hand,— 
For <on this account> hath my seeing tby 
face been like Moing the face of trod. 
1 in that thou wast well-pleaaed with 
me I. 
" Takp. I pray thee, my blewing which liatli 
lioon brought in to thee, — because God 
Iwth »hewe<) me favour, and because I 
have' everj'thtng. 
So he was urgent Mi'th bim. and he took 
it. '• Thpu be i*aid. 

Let us break ujj and gii, — and let me go on 
lH*fi>re thee. 
i> And he said uniu him. 

II My bird I; iit taking nutc, that I tho chihlrenil 

are tender, — and l;the flf^oks and the herdsii 
are giving suck with me,— and <KhoiddI* 
overdrive them n single day> then would 
all the flocks die. 
1* my lord. T pray thee, pan over beforv hin 
Bervant. — and let llme'i lead on in my own 
easy way. at the pace of the cuttle that are 
before me, and nt the }>ace of the children, 
until that I cume in uittu my lurd. tuwunl^ 
'^ Then Maid Ksau : 

List me leave, I jjray tliee. along with tliee, 
Mntie uf tlie jteople who ure with me! 
And he said — 
Why so? let me find f»vuur in the eyes of my 
'■ S<» Esiiu retunufl. tliat day. tu his Juum»y 
towardM Mount Seir. '^ But "Jacaibi Ijntke up 
towards Succotb, and built for bim.<(elf a house, 
— <for hin cattlo mude bt? placra of xhclter,'* 
<for which causu> the name of the place woa 
called * Succotb. ' 
'* And Jacob came in peaai U> the city of 
Shochem. which is in the land of Canaan, — 
when he came in from Pjidan-amni,"— and ht> 
enoMnped before the city. "And he bought the 
portion of thf field, where he had 5pmad *Hit hi» 
lent, at the hand of the *ona of Hamor. father 
of Shecbpm.— for a hundred kesitalw.' ""And 
he set up there' un nltar,— and cttlUti it, El- 

§ 4". JHruih being drjiitd Ay f-hrchrm, the Drrd it 
avei^ed bjf her Brother*. 

> Then went forth Dinah, tlic daughter of Leah. 34 
whom tiho had borne to Jacob. — tu aec the 
daughtrmuf the land. ^ And Sheohem. aan 

of Hamor the Hivite. prince uf the bmd. mw 

•Se it idid be (w. Ham., 

^ npD. : •wccofA, w> boluT. 
' Or: '■ ailed he." 
' B'*bo<ithii." or "plaeai 

of ihdler." 

■ Tho ruia of RttU. 

' Th« k. Mippwwa > abt 4 

• - " Ui>t>. Um Ooa nf 



GENESIS XXXIV. 3-31; XXXV. 1—3. 

her, — so he took her. and lay with her. and 
humbled her. ^And his soul clave unto Dinah, 
daughter uf Jacob, — and he loved the young 
woman, and spake to the heart of the young 
woman. * Then spake Shechum unto Hamor 

his father, saying, — 
Take me this girl, to wife ! 
^Now llJacobll had heard that he had defiled 
Dinah his daughter, but II his sons;! happened 
to be with his cattle, in the field, — so Jacob kept 
quiet, until they came in. * Then 

came forth Hamor, father of Shechem. unto 
Jacob,— to speak with him. ^Now 

lithe sons of Jaoob|| eame in from the field, as 
soon as they heard, and the men were grieved, 
and it was vexing to them exceedingly,— for jja 
disgraceful deedl! had he done with Israel, 
in lying witli Jacob's daughter, seeing that 
<Bo> it should not be done. "So 

then Hamor spake with them, saying — 

<As for Shechem my son> his soul hath be- 
come attached to your daughter, — I pray 
you give her to him. to wife. 
B And exchange ye daughters with us in 
marriage, — < your daughters > shall ye give 
to US', and <our daughters> shall yu take 
to you'. 
'" And <with U8> shall ye dwell,— and {[the 
luidil shall be before you, tarry, and go 
through it, and get possessions therein. 
^1 Then said Shechem unto her father, and unto 
her brethren. 
Let me find favour in your eyes, — and <what- 
Boever ye may say unto me> will I give : 
13 Heap on me. exoeedingly. dowry and gift, 
and I will give, just as ye may say unto me,— 
but give me the young woman, to wife. 
13 And the sons of Jaeob answered Shechem, 
and Hamor his father, deceitfully, and spake 
(because he had defiled Dinah their sister) — 
1* and said unto them — 

We cannot do this thing, to give our sister 
to a man that is uncircumsised,— for <a 
reproach > it would be' to us, 
" <Only herein > can we consent to you, — 
<If ye will become like us, by circumcising 
to you every male> i*then will we give our 
daughters to |you|, and <your daughters> 
will we take to |u«|,— and we will dwell 
with you, and become one people. 
" But <if ye will not hearken unto us. to be 
circumcised> then will we take our daugh- 
ter, and be gone. 
'8 And their words looked fair, in the eyes of 
Hamor, —and in the eyee of Shechem, Hamor's 
8on ; ^* and the young man deferred not to do 
the thing, becauite he had delight in Jacob's 
daughter, — ;;he|| moreover being more honour- 
able than all the liuuse of his father. 
90 So Hamor entered, with Shechem his son, 
into the gate of their city,— and they spake 
unto the men of their city, saying : 
^ <A8 for these men> j|in peacejl they are' 
with us — let them therefore dwell in the 
land, and go through it, for lithe landlj, lo ! 
it is roomy on both hands, before them, — 

<t)ieirdaughter8> letustaketousforwives, 

and <ourdaughter8> let us give to them. 

" <Only herein > will the men consent to us, 

to dwell witli ua, to become one people, — 

If we circumcise to us every male, even as 

Uheyll are circumcised. 

^ <Their herds, and their substance, and all 

their bea8ta> shall ||they|| not be ours;]? 

<Only> we must consent to th^m, that they 

may dwell with us. 

** And they hearkened unto Hamor, and unto 

Shechem his son, [even all that were going forth 

out of the gate of his city |,— and ever>' male was 

circumcised, |all that were going forth out of 

the gate of his city]. " And it came 

to pass on the third day. | when they were in 

pain I. that two of the sons of Jacob. Simeon and 

I<evi. Dinah's brothers, took each man his 

sword, and came in upon the city, boldly, — and 

slew every male ; ^ <Hamor also, and Shechem 

hi8 8on> slew they with the edge of the sword,- 

and took Dinah out of the house of Shechem, 

and came forth. " llThe sons of Jacob ||> 

came in upon the slain, and plundered the city,— 

because they had defiled their sister: ^<their 

flocks,'' and their herds, and their aases,— and 

that which was in the city, and that which was 

in the field > they took; "and <all their 

wealth, and alt their little ones, and their 

women > took they captive, and seized as 

plunder, — even all that was in their houses.' 

* Then said Jacob unto Simeon and unto Levi— 

Ye have troubled me. by making me odious 

among them that dwell in the land, among 

the Canaanites. and among the Perixzitca,- 

<;Ill having only men that may be 

counted>* they will gather themselves 

together against me, and smite me, — and I 

shall be destroyed, ilboth I' and my house i; 

^1 And they said, — 

<A8 with a harlot> was he to deal with our 

§ 48. The CovcJwitU rcncicfti with Jacob -at Betk-el. 
Death of Deborah ; Birth of Ba^amin ; Death 
of Rachel and !>f Itaac. 

1 Then said Uod unto Jacob, 

Arise, go up to Beth-el. and dwell there, — 
and make there an altar, to the 6oD who 
appeared unto thee, when thou fleddest from 
the face of Esau thy brother 
9 And Jacob said unto his house, and unto all who 
were with him, — 
Put away the gods of the alien which are in 
your midst, and punfy yourselves, and 
change your garments ; 
> And let UK an8e. and go up to Beth-el, — that 
I may make there an altar, to the Gon who 
answered me in the day of my distress, 
and was with me, in the way that I went. 


•Some M88: -And the 

KHUt of J." — G41. 

* Borne cod. (w. Sam., Sep., 
Byr.) : "tuadtheirflockn" 

• Ml : "in the houw "; but 
prob. = "indoont." 

' Ml : " mcs) of number " ; 
mf : "a few men," "a 

GENESIS XXXV. 4—29; XXXVI. 1—9. 


•• So tbey guxe nnto Jacob all lUc god» «l the 
aOien which wen* in their hAnd. mhI the cat- 
ringB whwA wen? in thtir cars,— aud Jacob 
bid them under the oak.* which wm by i 
flhediem. ' And thuy breke up,— Ami it 

caiino to pm« tliat I the terrur «f G«d i* woi on 
ibc citiw which wore round about them, bo 
that th*ry [mwiied not hltfir the muB of 
Jncob. * And .lacub oaujc in tuwudtt Lux. 

which w«» in tlio land of Canaan, Itbe aamelt is 
Beth-«l,— . b.^' Aud all the people who were irith 
him it ' And be built there on altar, and callwl 
thw plaoc El Both-cl,'— Ijeeauw? Itherel G<»d 
rf\i;a]i>d hiinuflf unto liim, when he ftorl frtrm 
tho fact, of hw lin>thpr.'* ^ Ami Debo- 

rah, Rcbckali'M niin*e died, and was buritd Vielow 
Be^^. under the uak,— ao the nanm tl)f>reo( 
waaoaded. Allun-hacuth.* 
» And God ftppwired unto Jacob, agniu. wlien 
be e*ine in from Padan-aram,— and bl«««d him. 
><> And God ttaid to him. 
llTltv namuil is Jaeob,— 

Thj- name shall no langvr' he called Jacob', 
But UlMBelll aball be thy name. 
So he called hu» name I Israel'!. ** And 

God said to him— 

IIB am God Almighty!' 
Be fruitful nud multiply, 
II A nation, and a muldtode* uf nations l| 

■hall ffpnug from thee, — 
And II ki:^ 111 from thy Inina I ahaU comef orth ; 
)3 And <the land which I gAvo to Abraliam and 
tu Imac> 
|[To theell will I give it,— 
And <to thyaeed after thee> will I give 
the land. 
>3 And God went up from him. at the phKC where 
he had upokcu witb him. '* Awl Jacob net 

up a frillar. in tlie place where he had »tiK>kan 
with him, I a piUar of atono |, — and he poure«l out 
choreun, a drink-oITenag, and poured tl>envD. 
oiL ^'' And Jaoub called the tuune of the place, 
when* GtKl hwl »i)oken with him. ||Beth-el|- 
** Tb»n brmko tliey up from Beth-el, aud it uainc 
(o paw <when there woe yet a t*tretoh of 
cwuntry. to enter into Kphrath> that Rachel 
vnw in childbirtJi, and had bard-labour in her 
child-lrirth. >' So it eamo to pa»» <wlien she 
wan in h»rd-UlK>ur in her ohild-birth> that the 
ro><lvrtfe naid to licr — 
Di) nut U-At, for ilthia alaoll of thine, it* [a acml- 
»• And it Mime to pMB <when lier soul waa going 
r<irtl>— fur alie died> that «he caIIwI hia name. 
iBnt-onil.^— but llhi* father' called liim. | Ben- 
jamin.' " So Rachel died,— and wm buried 
uu the way to Epbrath. |the Munej ia Bethle- 
hem. ■* And Jaeob set up a piUar, over' Iier 
ipsve, — (Ithesamoil in— The Pillar of the Gra%e 
of Rnchel. until this day. 

• Or; "tereWnth." 
•Or: "mAiriikttemr." 

• 3**Oun o( the hoiMV uf 

4 0fXDe «o4. (V. Sua. SIH.. 
Job., tai., Bn.U " Emu 

• • "Tko oak of ««q]in«. 

' Heb. : B Sltmidai. 
(Of! "cod vo<atf on." 

Hcb. : kOUi. 
* = " 8<m of my •omiw." 
' -"Son of (tlii>;. rtKbt 

»0r: "by." 

n Tlien Israel bnke up.— and i^Mvad hia lent at 

a distaiiee from Migdal Eder.» 
" Asid it came to pa*w < while Israel inhaUted 

that land> that Reuben went and lay with 

BiUiah bin fatlier'a concubine ; and lanwil beard' 


And so the Sona of tarael came to be Twelve. 
» <ThaBom of lj&ah> 

llTbe fti«tbom iif Jaoobr Reuben,— 
And Simeon, and Levi and Judali, and iaaa- 
rhar and Zebulon : 
« <'nie sons of Rachcl> 

Joaoph, and Benjamin : 
» < And the «m« of Bithah. handmaid of RAchet> 

Dan, and NaphtaU : 
* <And the sonii of Zilpah. handmaid of Leah> 
Oad and Ajhcr : 

liTbeaoil are the man of Jacob, who were 
born to him, in PaiUn-aram.'' 

" Then came Jacob, unto laaac hia fatlier, to 
Mamre. the city of Arha,— lithe samell ia 
Hcljrwn, where had Bojoumed Abraham and 
laaac. ■ And tlio days of Isaac camo to be— 
a hundred and eighty yeaia. "And laaao 
breathed his last, and died, and waa added unto 
bis people,* old. and satisfied with daya,— and 
Biau and Jacob, hia soua, buried him. 

S «. Euatt'$ Wivta and Srmi in Canann, Semoral to 
Mount Stir, Detcendanti oW Ckie/i. Seir't liont 
and Chirf». The King* nf Ednm nrid Ch\cf». 

1 Now |,theae;| are the generationa of Kmu. lithe 30 
Bameji ie Edom. "ilKaauli took hia 

wives of the daughters uf Canaan, — 
Even Adah, daughter of Klon. the Hittite, 
And Oholibamah. daughter of Anah, aon*' of 
Zibeon. the Hivite ; 
» And Baaeinath daughter of lahmael. sister of 

4 So Adah bore to Esau, Eliphas, aod 

llBaNemath'l bare Reuel; *aad llOhoUba- 

mah I! bare Jcuali' and Jalam and Korah. 

llThesei; are the auns of Eaau. who were 
bom to him in the land of Canaan. 
« Then took E»«u his wivca. and his aon«. and 
hi« daughters, ami all the souls of his house, 
and hia \w:t<U aud all bis beista. and all 
hia po»h(eH«iii»nj4 whataoever he had gathered 
in the land of Cimaan,— and went into 
a land, away from the face of Jacob hia 
brotlier.' ^ For tlieir Kubatanou had 

l)euoniu too great, for them t« dwell together,- 
neither could the huid of their sojotim- 
ingH stuttain them. because of their 
lierda. ' ^^ Esau dwelt in Mount 

Seir, llEaaukl is Edotn. • And Hthest!. 

are the gcncrationa of Eaau. father of Kdom, — 

•Or: "The lower uf th« J"M.C.T. : "d»ught*r.'*l 

flock," liplaDenmrBut^- 'Wntttm.Svuix: mKr.Jeunh 

b ThK llaln of Sjria. 

t lit. : " pcoplwi." 

< So it •hd !• (w. Sun., 

^-O.n., a. Intro. 413, 
t Gt. : " unto Seir " thouM 
bcad4l«d— O.n. 



GENESIS XXXVI. 10— i3: XXXVII. 1. 2. 

io Mount Seir. i*|:Tliewll* are Uie names 

of the fions of Ewn,— 
Klip)i&z. smn (if Aduh, wife of Knti, 
Reool. woa of BaMmatb, wift! tif Kaau. 
" Tlien oune the mhui of Klipluiz ui \w.,— 

Ttfiuaii.Omnr, Zcpliu, &nil (jnt&m.and Kt-niut 
'» Nuw I'Timunli Iccaiue the concubine of 
Elii>hiu. son of Esmu, etod she bore. 
to Kliplutz. Auufclek. 
ilTlie»«ll are the aon& ot Adah.** wife of 
<> And .Ittiesei! are the sons of Reuci, 

Naiiathand Zerah,SluLmmmhuidMizaih,— 
ilTbene were tbo auns of lUMimAth. wife 
of Esau. 
^* And llchesel were the hoiw of Oholibnauih. 
dAUghter of Aiuih, M>n<> of Zibeon. wife of 
Esau, — she bore to Eaau 
Jeuah,' and Jalam, and Korah. 

'" tlThe«ft|i are the chicffi of the aooh at Knaii : — 
<The MmH nf Elipha/., firstlxjm of EHau> — 
CTltief Teuuku, chief OniAr, chief Ziiplio, chief 
Kenax; '* chief Korah. chief Gataro. chief 
ijTbeaell are the cliicfti <.>f Eliplmz. in the 
land of Kdom, ii these i; the sons of A(hih. 
^ And llthe»«.'l| are tlio (kwiBof Reuol.ftonof fsau— 
Cltief Nahatti. chief Zerah. chief Shaininah, 
chief Miuah,— 
ThoBC are the chiefH of Reuel . in the buid 
of Edom. tthewll the sona of BaaenuUh, 
Mrife (if £)isau. 
"^ And I chcdull are the sons of Oholihamali. wife 
1.4 Esau, 

Chief Jeiwh, chief Jalaoi, chief Korah, — 
These are the nliiefn of OhoLibamAh. 
daughter of Anah. wife of Eaau. 
1* HThesel are the sonit «f Eiuii. and litheae'l 
their chief 9,— i the same tl isBdorn. 

* Tlioseli" are the sons of Seir. tlie Korite, who 
were dwelhng in the lajid. — 
Lotaii luid ShotiAl, and Ziheon and AnaJ^ \ 
B and Diahon and Ezcr. and Diithatt, — 

(iThesoli are tl»c chiefs of the Horitea. the 
sons of Seir, in the land of Edom. 
*» Then oame the sons of L<>tan to be, 
Hon and Uemam,— 
And [|the Biater of Lotanll wns'l'imna. 
*> And Htheae!! are the sons uf Shobal. 

Alvan and Manaltath. and Ebal, — Shejiho, 
and Ouam. 
** And Htheaell are the aona of Zibeon : 
Both' Aiah and Anah,— 
iThe Bamelj in the Annh that found the 
warm springs' in the dcaert, oa he fed 
the aaaea of Ziheon his father. 

• Smne cod. ;w. Sam., SflP-, 

SjfT.I: "And thoao''— 

>N.D. : "th» mooB of 

Adah " are her ho uvI 

•So ft Ad b* [w. aam.. 

Sep.. dyr.)— O A 

-0.n., G. Intro. 41S. 4U. 

■ SuoM ood. [w. Butt., nnk. 

MS., ftrp.. 8jT.) : ■' And 

'&oiao oud. (w. Sam., fitp. 
SjT.) omit: "bo"**'- 


I But ep. O.O. 411K 


■ And iltheaell are the sons nf Anah, 

Uiabtm,— and llObolihamahtl ia daughter «■( 
» .\nd 'theseii an- the .-wns nf Difihon,— 

Uomdanand M^itibau. and Ithrnn and Cheran. 
^ I'ViitMi:] are tlie .■•oni* of Ezer.— 

Billian and Zoavan, and .\kan. 
* iThcBe:. are the sons of Di.Hlmn,— 

Us au'i Aran. 

■ I'Tboaui: are thi.> chief.*' of the Horitei*, — 

Chief Ijutau. chirf Shobal. chiuf Zibeim. 
ciiiof Anah ; •" chief EHahon. chief Eser' 
chief DtiOtan. 
IjTheaeli ntv tlie chiefrt of the Horiteis 
after their chinfo. in the land of Seir. 

*) And !the«t>l are the kings, who retgntw! m 
the land of Edom.— tiefctrc there reigned a king 
of* tlic aoiifl (rf liiiraci: *• Then? reigned in 

Edntn, BeU. *m of Boor,— and the luuue of 
his city:; was Dinhabah. ■» Thi-n 

died BcU,— atid tlien' reigned in hi« stead, Juhab 
eon of Zerah. from Bozmh. •• Then 

died Jobab, — and there reigned in his atnad, 
Huaham. from the land uf the Temn- 
nitee. ■"* Then died Uushaai,~and 

there ri'ignetl in hia xteiid. Hodad, *in of Bedad. 
whoKniote Midian in the Hold of MoaU and jlthe 
iiutno of lii.>t city i wai* A%'ith. *• Thun 

dii<d Hodmi,— and then? reigned in his stea^l, 
Siiuilali. from Masmknh. ** Tlien 

dJL'd ShiiiIhIi,— and there reigned in hia fiiCAd, 
8l,iiuI.fn)inHohot)othoftIie River.* "Then 

diM Shnul, — and there reigned in has rtead, 
Bnal-ltauan. Mm of .\chlxjr. *Tben 

died Baal-lutuan Min of Achbor, and them 
reigned in bis i^ieod. Hatlar, and I the nameuf 
hisoityl! was Pau,— and lithe name of hiss wife. 
Mohetabcl. daughter of Mati-ed, daughter of 
Me zahab, 

*^ i;Thcseil then are the uamcv uf the chiefe o* 
Ksau^ aftflr their families, after their plaOD* 
by their iiameH, — 
Chief Timnab. ehti'f Alvah, chief J ethoch t 

*' chief Oholibamah. chief Gluh, chief Pinon: 

** chief Kcnaz. oliief Tenian, chief Mibiar: 

*■ chief Magdivl. chief Irain- 

jThesell are the chiefs uf Edom — alter 
their dwcUinfT*. In the land of their 
pueaesston, nthe luunej is Esau, father 
of Edoin. 

% M>. JosfpJt— untied, hated and aoid by kU ■% 
Brethren—it taken down into Sffypt. 

> So Jacob dwelt in the land of the so}ounungs.d 
of hia father,— in the land of Canaan. 

' llTheseH are the g^-ntmitinni"* of Jaeob— — 
liJonephjl <whfn itevuateen yean old> iraa^ 
thepl^rding with liis brethr%-n among the flooka, . 
and Kheii beinir |ayouth| was* with the Bona of^ 
Bilhah and with the nous of Ztlpah. wivoe oT 

•Or: "to." 

* t.t. " The Kaphiatea." 

« Mote the latltuda of tha 

Heh. (oMmA, here=" dr- 
taik or tho famUy hl»- 



tnD Father,— ao then .Toaeph bmnght in the 
talk ktjout them — vometluiiy bod, uniu tlicir 
' "Saw IllcrmeJtl loved Joaepli morv tlmu uny 
of buii«n«,becsniiebewu to liitn i tiiv wm uf his 
old Mjcuf, — and tit* ha<l mnd** him. « lung tiiiiic. 
' 80 hu ljrethi«D WW that tlieir father luved 
illiim I inure tliAn any *>f his, hmttiH-n/UKl tli«7 
biited him.- ami ccmld not hid him proflTwr.'" 
' And Joae^^i dn.*ftmod a ilrcAm, niid told it to 
his Urettiwn, — koH they went on yet more' to 
liate htm. ' And he said unto them, — 

Hmr ye, 1 pi»y vfju, this dream which T linvf? 
drvHiiuMl : 
^ I<o ' thnn. iwell vttrv tiindtnij: (Uteareif in 

ihc luidMt of tlio tioM, wlieii lu I my xlHsaf 
nne up', VIA AUil tMtk itA Htuid,— hihI lu I 
njund MlxHit* ciune ymir Hli«ftvi.t^ nnd 
1)ow«d tU-m»»elveit down, to my ttVW. 
* And his btvthren mid to him, 

Sludt thoti Ireignll over un, Hhiilt tltou* Hhave 
di'rnininnl! over us? 
So tli«T w«nl on yet more' to Imtn him', 
liecHUM,' of btH dtvamii. tuid bi<c»iiM> of htJi 
WOfdlL •'n»en divamcd he lyet »inutiier| 

dnrnm, and roUtwl it to liis bn)t)irt<u,— and 
Lo! 1 lured resmod II dream lyeta^inl. 
Lo! tiwD. |itb« «mi and the mcxm. and 
eleven ttorai! u-vru Ijowinjii; thvHLselvtft 
duvn to me. 
I^flo he rvlatcnl it unto his father. Mid untu his 
bivthivn.— aud his father rebuked him, and said 
imto huu, 

What iM thia drenm whtdi thuu haat drentiivd V 

SKaU we llinduvd vximt- iw <I. and thy 

mothvr and tli>' lirvthn!n> Ut bow our- 

Aulvtfi down Ui thi^, tn tJtc eartli? 

u Then were hie brethren jenJouH of him, — bul 

|thu father,! marked tiip word. 
• Now bin hrethren wt-tit tbeir way, — to feed 
their (ather'i) flock tn Shechem. f So Iitrael 

ttaid unto JcMepti— 

Are nut llthy brfthnniil fetNling thf flock in 
8hcchem ^ Ctmit:) un : and let me send 
thee unto ttieiii. 
And bt! will to him— 
Ik'hold me ; 
*• So ht- wild to him — 

Gi». I pray thee. lix>k after ilw welfare of thy 
Im.-din-Q. nod ih^- welfare of the tkick, and 
briuij me iMU-k. wurd. 
Aud he i<tint him from the vale of Hebron, and 
, hit vsuiMf iu um-ard^ I^liecbem. ** And 

man foaud him, aud lu 1 ho vaa wandoring 
hiut. in the 6eld.— m> the man asked him. 
What uvkbst ihou * 
*• And he aajd, 

<My liivthren> am ||l!1 Mckinff.— do tetl 
me. I pray theo, wheM tlicy' arc feetlin^ 
their Hock. 

9tt i: "rnvm^-lin. • ftnor cod.: "or BhiUt 

*Ori "apaak to bin for thou."— 0.n. 

^' And the man mid. 

They have biukim up from heuoo, ftv I beard 
tbum aayiuif — 
Let u» go uur way towanltt Dotluui. 
So JoNoph went after his hruthreti, and fuund 
tbem. in l><}thftn. ^ And they aaw him. 

aiar off.— and <erB yot lie drew near unto 
thc)in> they oonifpired againMt him. to put him 
to death. '" And they mid. each man unto 

his brother. — 
Lo ! itfuit master' of drcanui yonderll coming 
in I *>'(Nowl! therefore, eomo ! lot iw 
alay him. and *M»t liim into one of the 
pitis and we will (wiy — 
llA cTuel be»f<tl hath devoured him, — 
And li*t urtset' what will Ijecomeof htHrln'H-mn. 
" And lleulfen li«anl it, and n^cKUecl him <jut of 
tlieir band, — aud »aid — 

I^>t w nift »*iiiltii Iiirii. Ml AS to take Kim life !^ 
^ And Reuben wiid unto thnm— 

Do not ithed likxid '. CoHt bim into thitt 

{lit. which i»« in the wildemexH, but put nut 
fortlt lla hnndli a^inKt him ! 
that he might rettcue him out of tlu;ir luiud, to 
RMtort* Iiim unWi hiJi father. 
" So it cume to poMt vwhon Joseph IumI eome 
in unto his bretbreu> tliat they Htript Jufleph 
of bin tunic. |tlie long tunic' which watt upon 
bim I, **HDd took him. aud coat him intu the 
pit.~but lithe pit!] woa empt.v, there wiil» in it 
I no water |. ^ And <wheu tliey luul aat 

down to eat bread> they lifted up their eyes, 
and loitkud, audio! Haaimvunof Iahiniielitea|| 
coining iu from Utlead, — and li their caiuolall 
Were bearing trvgocanth gum, and balsam and 
c-iMtu»-Kum, thoy were going their way. to 
take thetn duwii to ll^^'pt. ^ Su Judah i>aid 

unto his hrethren, — 
What proHt, that wo slay our bruthor, and 
conceal his bkiod? 
" Come, and let ti8 sell him to thn lahmaelitea ; 
btit let not ,ii.ur own hand Ixs upon him, 
for Hour own l)rother, our own flwh , ik he 
And his brethren heiirkcned. =* And there 

|iA8M«l by certain MidianiUw. tmvi>)ling 
nierclmnt*, «n they drew furth and uplifted 
Jtnoph out ijf the pit, and Muld JoN-jih to the 
iHhnmelitiw. for twenty pii-cea of wlver, — and 
tlicy I>roHght Jofseph into Kg^'pt 
^ Aiul Keulien n>tiiniiM] unto tlie pit, and lo ! 
Jotteiih waH not' in tlie pit, — so he rent bia 
clothes; ^ ami leturued uiito liis brethren, and 
Bajd, — 
The .iladll ie' nut ! And lllll oh witere coxi 


'* And Uiuy took Joseph 'stunic,—audttlaughtcicd 
a buck of the gont£, and dipped the lutiic in the 
blood ; " and aent the long tunic and brought it 
in unto their father, and tuud — 
<Thiii> have we found ! 
Examine, we pray thee. wb«thor it in lithe 
tunic of thy sonll. or not ! 

■Heb: lw*al — note the '' 9uue rod.: "and" (or 

worf. "even "J tii«l.l.-0.n. 

>HI; "onite bim, to Ihc '*M1: "go in "—as if to 


hide himmir. 


GENESIS XXXVTI. 33—36; XXX VHI. 1-25. 

* So be exAoUDed it. and Bud— 

Th(* tunic of uijr Mun ! J A cruel beiistl! Iiatli 
devmrwd liim,— <torn in piecuM — toni In 
pieces > is Joaoph ! 
**Aiul Jiioob rant lii» (puiu«ntfs atul [>uL «inck> 
oloth upon his loltui, —aw) inouruwl urcir hi« 
son mimy day». >' A.nd all his aons and all his 
daughten roM up toooojuile htm. bat be Mfnaed 
to be ocnuoled, oiui Maid— 
8aroly I will KotKiwn uutu my son. moamin; , 
And his father wept fur him. 
■*Xow I the Midianitut Hold him into Rgypt,— 
to Putiphar. OQurtiur of Pltaraoli, chief of the 
royal exmnttionere. 

ff SL Jwiah^ amf kit Fawilff, Tamar heart Pern 
tMtt JSerah. 

88 ' And it nunv to pass <at that tinii^> tliaC 
Judah went down, away from hi* bn'thron,— 
and turned ande unto a oertaiu Adullamit**, 
wbtme linamBl was Hirah. > And Judah 

aaw there, a daughter of a certain Canaanite, 
wboae Unamci was Shua,— and \te took hor, 
and wunt in unto hor ; * and Ahe fvinoeived. and 
ban* a mm,— and bo*> calliKl bin name. £r 

* And ahe concoiviid again, and Inre a »m,— and 
she called his name Onan. > And she |ypt 
agnin | barv a son, and called ht* name. Sbalah, — 
and Ifthul* was at Chozib, when she bare him. 

• And Judah toulc a wife, for Er his fimtboro.— 
and iber name'l was Tamar. ' And it came 
to \tmM that Er, .Tudnh'n finftljom, wot* dis- 
plctbung' in the eyot. of yAhwl»I^— »i Yaliweh 
put him tocUiath. "* Then said Judali 
to Onun, 

Go in unto thy lurother's w'ife, and fulfil tlie 
duty of a ItmthtT-in-law iinbu her,— and 
raiau up sood to thy hmther. 
■ And Onan luiew that thp fit^<\ would »ot I» 
his,— and so <althuugh he did g<i in unto his 
brrjther'a wifi<> yvt nuuk* he waste iip>m the 
immnd, so as um to ^n» •eed to hi» hmthpr. 
" And it was displettidnft' in tho evc« nf Y&hweh, 
what be had done,— wt he |mt ihim oIwj I to 
death. " Tlien said .ludah to Tamar 

bift daughter- in-law— 
R«main a widow in the huusn of thy father, 
until Sheloh my aon grow up. 
For h(i jiaid, 

I*Mt 'h(* aboil die. tike hiA lirethrvTi. 
So T*miir wont h^r way. and n^niaiued in the 
houw of her fiithiT. 
» And <whon tlvudayH were muUiplied> then 
died Sliua'ddftUKhler. .Tudnh'i* wife,— and Judah 
wnMiled himself, and went up unto hin i>lK'ei>- 
ahearers [ ho. and Hirah his friend tho Adulla* 
mite .. towards Timnah. w And it was 

told Tamar. nayinK', — 
Lo : i;thy father- in-law IJ is gginff up towards 
Timnah. to the shearing of hta ahcep. 

* Bab.: jAJ^trfnA ^ " towxidn 
shsol" lor "hsdw">. 

^6am«cad, ,w. Sam. 3tfS.. 
and Sep.): *••!»"— 0.n.. 

U. Intro. SO?. 
•.*. it 4x1 b» (w. Sni->- 

■" Or " tMte." 

I'fio she put off from her the gannents of her 
widowhuud. and covin«*d henjelf witli a veil. 
and wmpiied heraelf up, ami n»t duwii in tlm 
entnncv of Enaim,' whidi in by the way 
tuwardft Timnah, — for she saw that Hhelah had 
grown up, and llftbo : liad nut been given him 
to wife. " And Judali. wftng her. ivckoniM) 

bar to be an unchaste woman,— for she bad 
covered her face. >* So lie tunied aoido unto 
her. by tho way. and said. 
Grant itl I pray thee. let me ooom in unto 
Ftir ho knew not that sho' was !ihis dauirhter- 
in-law.!| And she said, 

What vfilt thou give me, if thou shuuMat^ 
oume in unto me ? 
>^ And h« aaid, 

llTi will send a kid of the goaCa. from the 
And she said. 
Wilt thou givp a pledge. Until thousand it? 
*' And he said- 

What is the pledge that I slialJ gira thee? 
And she said— 
Thy Hignet-ring, and thy guard, and thy staff 
that IS in thy hand. 
8u Ito gave tliutn to her. and came in unto her. 
and slie oonoeivfd by him. " Then aIh* 

anae and wont Iwr way, and put off her veil 
from her, — and put on the garments uf her 
widowhood. *> And Judah itent the 

kid of the guats. by the hand of liis friend the 
AditLiamite, to receive the pledge, at the hand 
of the woman, — hut he found hsr noC " So 

he attkixl the men of her place, aftying. 
Where in the devotee. '\\Af^ that was in 
Enaim. by the way<'? 
And tbey sftid,— 
There bath been. iMrre. no devotee. 
^ Tlion iTtumod he unto Judah. and said— 
I found her not,— moreover' also. ItbDmeoof 
the place) naid. 
There hath been, here, no devotee. 
* And Jadnb mid : 

TIkiu munt take it to her, lest we broome a 
oimtempt,— lo! 1 sent this kid, and i.thoitl 
hast not found her. 
!M And it came to paaa that <about three 
months nfter> it was told ,rudah. itaying — 
Tamar thy daughtor-inlaw liath been guilty 
of unehnstity, inureuver also' to ! Ilshe hath 
crinpeived by uncluwtity I. 
Then said Judah, 
Bring her forth, and lot her ho burnt. 
» cWliL'u (the I woaalwutto lie brought forth > 
then she lientelflj .*?nt unto her fatht-r-in-law. 

<By tlie man to whom tbeau belong> have 
I conceived ! 
And she sjud — 
Examine. I pray (hop to whom belong the 
Aignet-ring. and tht guard and the staff— 

» = " Two fouatabu." * Cp. 0.0. «TS*, ■ b. 

GENESIS XXXXUL 26-^; XXXIX. 1-23; XL. 1. 



** 8» Judmh Hwmined them luui uid — 

Mt«ra righuoiia than I ! |!f<>rw>much) m I 
luul nnt given ber to Slielnh my son, 
Am] Ke kni?w her again Rnn morell. 
^ And tt cAme to pww <Bt the time of bor 
tT«VKiI> that lot ;itwinsl) vrvn in hor worab. 

* And it came to pius <whcn HhR wiw in tra- 
nul > tlibt oii^ put forth a hAnd, — so the midwifo 
took and tiound upon hit hand a cnnuoDtbread. 

ThiH catni* first ! 

* And *i ii wju* that <no inonner had he with- 
drawT) his hand > tlian lo \ hin brother had oome. 
And «he said. 

WhtTT'fun* halt thou made for thyaelf a 
Nrvaoh * 
Su Kis tiamK< wa* callod' Pere-t.'' "lATid 

<aitcrwanla> came hii brolh«r, on whosw 
tumd. was Uie cruowm dimd,— ao his nanw wu 
cftDed* Zerah.* 

%SS Joaepkt from Potipknr'B Sohmc, is eatt 
into Primm. 

^ Now llJoaephil ivaa tAken down to Eg>'pt,— 
and Potiphar, courtier of Pharaoh, ehicf of the 
royal executioners, an K(i>'ptiau, Ntught him, 
at the hand of the lahmaelitos, who bod bruuglit 
him down thither. ' And it came to 

pnM that . Vahwohil waa with Joseph, ao that 
he became a ppM[M>rmiK man,— and was in the 
bouiw> of hit! Innl the Egyptian. ' And hia 

lord saw. that lYahwrhi, n-ms with him.— and 
that <whBtiioe>'m' ;he| was daing> ilYahweh I 
woA ouifrinff txi pmnper in hift liuid. * 3o 
Joapph fi>und favour in hw eyiM. and wait«d 
U|iun him,— anil he made him overaeer over hiA 
hou.*«>, and <aI1 that he ha<l> ga>% he into his 
hitnd. * And it ciiuk* t<> ]m>-« <fnjn) tliu time 
that h>_^ madn liiitt •jvcrwrvr in hiit houne. and 
ovtTuU that he b»d> that Vahwoli blvnmd' tlw 
hou<w irtf tlie Egyptian, for .T<j«opb'« sake, — 
yx^ It caniL- t<j pnoR^ tlint :itht> Ijli^wAin^ of 
Valiwub ': waa with all tliat Ik* luul, in the 
Ihmi^c. and m tin- field;* •no tliat Iw left all 
lliat U* had in thi* hand uf Jonvph, and took 
iMtte with liim !nf nothinKl. 'mve ntily the 
bruod whioli ;hcbimMH|fi woneatingi. And mo 
it waA. that Jnaeph' waa comely in form and 
ootnely in countenance.* 

"^ And it camp Ui ]>«« <aftor those things> 
that bia lurJ'tt wife lifted up her eytm unto 
Juseph,— and »he SAid— 
Come : lie with nxi\ 

* And lie refused, and xiu\ unto hia lord's wife. 

La ! imy lord! ukoth no note with nw. on to 
what i» ill the 1k>um«,- but <ttll that per- 
l»in<rcb' to him> hath he delivered into my 
hand ; •Tlifre \h no' one trreHter in this 
h«iu«- than (. neither hath he withheld from 
me. anything. &aTc only th.VMelf. in that 

•SWK sod- (w. Ckin., Jen., 
8*cu Hyr i : '*&j the 
mIIhI Iu> aiune"— O^. 

• s" oiitpfins" vt 

■• <>r : " at banu and a- 

• Tho very tamo iitaaitp- 

tiun iM tfauL i(ir«a of 

Ita<-lu>], hU ueltier, dyip. 

xxis. 17. 

(ithoui art hiit wife,— how. then, coidd I do 
this great wiekedueats and nn againai God 7 
I* And it came tu pam, that <altbougb iilte 
ipaJce uutoJoMpbday after day> yet hearkened 
be Dt^t unto her. to lie bwiide lier. to bo 
with her. "And it came ^> poaii, <when, on 
a certain day. he went into the bouse to 
attend to hia buHinato,— and there vma no' man. 
of the household.* there, in the hoiue> '"that 
she caught him by hii* (mrment. snjing— 

Corne 1 lie anth me. 
Then loft he hia garment in her hand, and fled, 
anil gat furth outsidei. " And itcarot^ 

to i*m <wlH-n mhe mw that he had left his 
garment in her hand. — and Hed f(jrtli imlnide> 
1* that iilie eried out tu the men of her Uouoe. 
and npake Ui then), raying. 

Look ye : be hnth ImHigbt in to us. a Hebrew 
man to insult Ud, - 
He came in unto nie. U» Ue with me, so I 
cried out with a loud voice. 
^' And it came u> pom <M-hen he heaid that I 
lifted liigh ray voice, and cried out> then 
left he hi» garment benide me, and fled, 
and gut forth oubtidc. 
>* So fthe laid by hi-s garment, beside tier, — until 
hU I<^ should eonie into hiji house. *7 Tlieu 

itpake fthe unto him, according to tltcjee wtirdt. 

He hath Ijcen in unto me — the Hebrew servant 
whom thou didst bring in to us— to inAult 
^ And it came to poos <when I lifted high 
my Voice, and eried out> then left he hit 
garment ineide me. and fled outaide. 
V And it eauie Uj paa» ^wWn bin lord hearri the 
wurdj of his wife, which nhe tipak* unt^i him. 

<Ai:ef>rding to these worda>*' bath thy 
servant done lo me> 
Tbeu warf kiniUed bin anger. * So Joeeph'n 

lord took him. and delivered liim up to the 
prison," the pla<.-e where I'tho priM)ner» of th*- 
kingi: were imprisoned, —so ho was there, in the 
" And it came to psM.that lYahweh i waa with 
.TiML'pli, and extended tmto him lonngkindneas. 
—and gave him hid favour in tlie eyes uf the 
chief of the prison. "» So the ohief of the primn 
dehvered up. into .Tosopirs hand, all the 
priwnen* winy were in the prison,— and <of all 
that W.VI doing there> htl was the dner. 
^ < Alter nothing > waa the chief of the pn'iH^n 
looking, of whatever was in bit liand, — in that 
ilYaliweh wa.i with him, and <whatsoHver i hei 
wa« doiiig> . Yabweh;i was causing to prosper. 

§63. Pkaraok'a Butter itttd Baktr, (n Primm, arv 
tcailai upon hj/ JiMcpfi ; tktfi drmim, and Jotr/Ji 
intrrprrU their Dratmf. 

^ And it came to poxs <after tliese tbing»> 40 
that the butler of th.; king of Egypt, and the 

• in : " of tho men of the 

*0r; "thn* and tha»"— 

0.0. 188,*. 
■ Or : " njond-boiMe." 

QEKESI8 XL. 2—23; XLI. 1-U. 

bitkcr. Iiiul »mutti a^nia^t tliL-tr Iiinl. the kin^ uf 
E^ypt. "Tliun fell the wrutit of PtiAniuh upuii 
bi&twiiciiurtU^ra,— upun tin- chief of the tjutlen, 
mill liiwm the chief of the haker* ; ' Bfi ho rfe- 
livored Ihem tip ini<i the woH of the Iuiiuk; uf 
tho chtof af Hie roy&l enecutt'iticn, inUi the 
litison, — the itluce wKi-re ||>Tf»e}>hii wa« im- 
prisuned. ' And thf chiei uf the rriynl cxecu- 
ti(mer» cluuxt-'d Jotieph nith them, and he 
wftited upun them, — *n<i they were mjm<j days 
in ward. ' Aud they dreMiMMl a 

divani— thvy two. lenchmAnH hiA dream, in odv 
ni^t, lieach man. according Uf the iuterpretn- 
tton n{ his druam,— t)te hutler a»d the baker, 
wluj belonged to thi; king of t^fyjit, whn wpre 
iiilpriBuni>il in tht> prinm. " And .T<jM>ph 

dime in uutu them, in th« muming,' — iuidlnnk*H] 
at them, and lo ! they were uul. ' Sn he 
anki^ PliArttihV oourtiors^ who wen.- with him 
in tlie ward uf liia lard's house. Kftving,— 
Why an! yuur fact» troubleil tuKtay * 
B And they wid unto him, 

<A drQiim> hftve wc tlreamed, but there is 
none' iito int«rprciil it. 
Then aaid Juacph unto tlicni— 
la it nut <;iititu God> that intcrpretAtions 

belong "*. 
Rul&t« it. I pmy yon. to me. 
> And the chief of the butlurs related' hU 
dretDt to Joseph.— sod Miid to him, 

<ln my dre(im> tiien lo I « rinell befon 
me; '*'«id <in the *-ine> three lUtoots, — 
and lithsauDC, at qirouting timed hod sliot 
op her bloeaom. and herclusters had brought 
to perfection ripe grapca. 
" Now <|tho cup of PhoTkoliI being in my 
hand> I took the rijie grapoH. iiud pressed 
them ont intn the eup of Phnmoh, and sot 
lite cup upon Phamoh's palm. 
•■ And Juseph Miid to him, 

llThiel is the interprotation thenxjf, — 
ilThethreeHhootn arplthrwdayn : "<ln 
three days mi>re> will Pharaoh lift up 
thy head, and n»ture ttiee to thine otfitTf, 
and thou Hhnit HL>t the cup of Phamoh in 
his hand, aecording to the former custom. 
when thou wa^t his butler. 
" But <if thou remember how I was with 
thee, when itahall go well with thco> then 
wilt thou. I pray thee, do mo A loving- 
kindn«!aa, — and make mention of me unto 
Phamoh, and brin(f me forth oiit of thin 
U For I was , atoleni: out o{ the land of the 
HebreWK,— and <e%-en lier«> luid I done 
Dothiug. that th^y ahouJd have put me in 
the dung»»on.* 
'• Then tlve chief of the bokere. ooeing thst 
he had well' iiiterpret<xj>. ukid unto Juaeph, 
III too,! was in my dream, when lo! Uthrce 
wicker baskets of line breadil were on my 
head; "and <in the uppermost baskQt> 
was some of every kind of fixj for Pharaoh, 
that a baker ooiihl make,— but lithe birdaii 

»0r: -pit," 

kept eating tliem out of the bavket frum ufl 
my head. 
'* And •Iiieieph lutpunded. and Niid, 

llTbiB;! i<* the iiiterjuvtAlinn thereto,— 

l|Thethroel««kcts are tlirci-da.vj.,; **<In 
three dn.vii morev will Phftraoh lift up 
th.v head from off tbec, and hang thee 
upon a tree,— and tlic birdii ithall eat thy 
fle(«h from c»ff th«;. 
'''* And it came to paM <on the third day — the 
birthday of Phara'^h:' that he made n bauijuet 
for all bin 8er\-aut»,— and uplifted the i»f 
tiie chief uf the butleni, an<l llio lie*d nf the 
chief iif the luikers. in the mid^t uf liis Hervant« ; 
^ and nwtmvd the chief of the butlen to his 
butlership,— tuo that lie ml tlte cup up>jn the 
jialni of Pbara«>b ; ^ but <tlte cliief of the 
bakert)> be banged, — aa | Jo(u.>phl Itail inter- 
preted' unto thorn. *• Yet the chief 
of the butlers mode no mention of .ToMepti, but 
did forget him. 

JJH. Jfuirph itUtrprrit Phanttih't Jjraunt ; m m*uU 
Jtiiirr of Hyt/ftt ; mnrrie* ; and pnn'idtt for tht 

' And it c»me to pom <at the end of two yearB 41 
of day»> tliat ilPbaraoIill waa dreaming, when 
lo! howaa standing by t)ienvcr(Xilc); 'audio! 
<frrTm the river> wencoming up m-vcii beifera, 
comely inappearoaoe.and fat in Hesh,— and tbey 
fed among the ruahea. ^And In', seven 

heifere niutv!, ouhiing up after them, nut uf 
the river, uncomely in appearanoe, and lean In 
flesh,— and tliey came and ^tL>od besi<)ti the 
heifers, by tbe lip of the nver. < Then did 

the heifers tliat were uneomely in appear- 
ance, and lean iu Besh leat upi the seven 
heifen that were comely in appeanaoe. and 
fat. So Pliaraoh awoke, 

' And be fell asleep, and dreamed a second 
time, — when lo! [)i^vea ear» i uuming up on uoe 
stalk . fat and good ; * and lo ! ilsoven OAre. lean 
and shrivelled by an enat windl^. coming up 
after them. ^ Then did the lean eon swaUow 

op the seven fat and full ears. *So 

Ptiaraoh awoke, and lo ! it was a dream. 
* And it came to poAs <iB tbe nioniiug> that 
his spirit became reAtlE>»w. so he sent and called ft >r 
all the sacred nrrilK'S of Egj'pt. ami all her wise 
men,— and Phnraoh related to them hiitdreama,* 
but there woa no one that onuld interftret tbein. 
to Pharaoh. > Then spake the chief 

of the butleni witli Phnraoh. saying, — 
<My fault*> would ! 1 1 mentiim thi.s tlay. 
" nPharaohi was wroth with his seivants, — 
and put them'' in the ward of the liouse of 
the cbi(rf of tlie n>yal executioners, i nj«, 
nnd the chief of the biikent;. 
" Then must we needs dpwim, a dream in one 
night. Hand he|,— ; each man |i <acoord- 
ing to tiie intorprotatioii of bis dream>, 
did we divom. 

>6u tl >l)d be ^1.) [w. >So it Bbd bff fw. 6UB., 
Saia.J— O.O. 8op.j-0.a. 


GENESIS XLI. 12—45. 


And <tbtire with m>. wu a yuungnuui. 
ft Hebrew, sonaiii lo tho cliicf of tbc 
ruvAl excoutiunL-rs, and we relftti^l to him, 
uid hv interpreted t>t ua. our drcnms,— 
^todbob man — according to hia droam> 
did he inxorprct. 
u Aod it taunc tu ptus <u he interpivted to 
uii> IlM>(| it biH>peDed,— <dw> lie 

roBtored to mine office, biit <liitn> lie 
*' TheD Beat PbAtnok and Bummnned Juwph, 
ftod the? haetoned him nut of the dunge<iii,"— 
ao he shaved hini»flf . atul cluuiged Im'm ^rmLints, 
ftod aune in untu P)iiu-im>Ii. I'"* And 

PhanK^i Nud unto •luncpli, 
<A druua> have I dru(Lmt<d. but aaa»' am 
Ijiutcrpretl! it,— but i I.' luiVc heard aayvou- 
cemin^ tbee, that <i:iii hearing a drBiun> 
thou cftnst interpret it- 
^ And Joseph mnavrenx] PliAr«oh, wying, 
HNut to mc dotli it pertain l 
M*)* iiGodil giKut in answer, the prosperity 
of Fharauh! 
■' Then spuke Pharaoh unto Juteph,— 

<lu my drcat]a> Ijthero wu III atiiudinff on 
the Up of the riit-r ; 
*• \VTien lo ! <uut of tlie river > weru coming' 

up«»\-en lieifen^, fat in fiesh, and ojtnt'ly 
in form, — and they fed ftmong the rushes. 
'• And lol ifteven t>th«r heifors.l coming up 

»ft*;r them, i»t»t>r, and very unoiTnely in 
form, aiid lean in flush. — I liod ne%-er iieen 
i^uch. in all the land of £K>'pt. jfor 
^ Then did tlie lean and uncumi'Iy hciferK 
]eat upl tho (imt *oven. fat litif<*iw: 
** and they pOMMxl iiittt thcrir wttimach, yi-t 

could it not bo known that they had 
jHuuiied ink> them, i their a|)f)vanuicel 
lieing unc;meJy. aa at the Ijegin- 
□iiig. Su I awuke. 

Then looked I in my dream, — 
And lu ! seven eaniii coming up on one 
Ktalk. full aud good ; 
' And lo ! Ilfluven t-Ara, withered, loan, 

hhrivfllud by nit t^uti wind II growing up 
itfti-r tlicm. 
' Then did the lean earn |awft]low up! the 
seven $tu<>d ears 
So I told [thoHC tilings] unto tlw nacred 
Kribes, but thi-'ni waa DOlm' that nould 
explain [tbemj to mu. 
' Then aaid Jowph untu Flianuih, 

riThedroamof Phamohli is iObc|. <What 

Ood id about to do hath he announced to 
> liTbeaeven good hcifcrsil an* | seven years |, 
and ildie seven k^xI earall nrv .aevtin 
years I, — ithedrcuuii ia loiie|. 
' Aud lithe MevL'n lean and uncomely lieifent 
tliat wore comiuK up nfu<r themll are 
(trveii yoarsl. and Itiie s^-von lean ears, 
shrivelled by an east wind , will turn oat 
to be— seven years of famine. 

• Id: "Jit." 

** <Tbe very word tliat I ttjKdte unto 
Pluiraoh> <*vhat l|tJ«lii in nbout 

to do> hath he showed unto PIuusuIl 

* Lo3 laeven yearsll cjming in, — |of great 

jilenty. in all tlie land of Egypt j. 

■^ Then (ihall nrim* se\*en yearn of famint*. after 

them, so ahall be fortftien all the pUmty 
in tJi'* land of Kg,vpi,— and the famine 
tthall cominme the land ; " neitlier fchall 
tbe plenty in tlie land he disoeiniible, 
beeauKo of tltat famim> [coming aftert, — 
for it ithaJI be I. very severe ^ 

« And <for that there waa a repeating <if the 
dream unto Phamoh |twioe:> it is 
liernuiw the thini; !iit) ej!tabli«hed[l from 
Gud, and Gtxl is hastening' U> do it. 

* llNow ;i, therefore, let'Pliaraoh Uwik out a roan^ 

discreet and wise,— and vet him over 
the land of KjopL " Let Pliaraoh 

do thiN tlmt lio may a|>poiut uveraeers 
ovurthu land,— so ahall he take up a fifth 
of tlie huid of Egypt, during the iwreii 
year* of plenty. 
" And let them gatherupaU the food of these 
seven good years that are coming in,— 
and let tbem heap np com under the 
hand of Pharaoh, aa foot! in oitiea. so 
ahall they keep it. 

* So nlwUI the food become a store for the 

land, for the seven year« of famine, 

which ahall ciime a) tout in the land of 

Egypt.— and ttie land dball not be 

rut off in the famine. 

^ And tlte tiling wiut goi^d in the eyes of 

Phamoh,— and in the eyea of all his servant*; 

^ and Pluiraoh said unto his servantK,— 

Can wc find auL-h a one, lla man in wbcun is 
the Spirit of God II? 
" So PlianK>h said unto Joneph, 

< After God hath made known unto thee all 
thi.s> there is no' one diBcroot and wise 
like thee. 
'^ liThoQli nhalt be over my honae, and <oo 
thy mnutb> shall all my people kiaa, — 
<only as to the throne> will I be greater 
than thou. 
•' And Pharaoh f«id unto Joseph, — 

Bm«. I have MM. thee over all tbc land of 

*> 8<* Pharaoh took hiR ring from off hia hand, and 
put it ii^Kin .litMiph'H hiuid, — and clothed him 
in garments of fine linen, and put tbe chain of 
gold upon his neck ; ** and made him ride in 
th^ tteuond chariot which belonged to him, and 
they* cried out Viufore !iim. 

Bow the knee ! 
thufl fiettittg him over nil the land of 
KgypL ** And Pharaoh tuid uuto 

i;I;i am Pharaoh, 
<Without thee> therefore, altall no man 
misK his luuul or hia foot, in all tbc land 
of EgypL 
■■ And Pharaoh onlled Joseph's came Zapho- 

« Some ood. <w. Sam., Sep., ejnr*): "OM**— O4 

GENESIS XLI. 46—57; XLH. 1—20. 

iMhi>^'«M«li. «ud gmve him Aaeiuth. daughter 
«■* IX-*! • i^MHV ' in-irat of On . to wife, — 
A3h.( J^winh wvnt forth uvor the Und of 
t^v^>l. '^ Now ; Joseph !| waa thirty 

>v*n v^. when h« took hia station, before 
I1mu«*.^ king of Egypt. So Joseph 

w««t (iwth from before Pharaoh, and passed 
*kw|t tfanHigb all the land of Egypt. 

*' .\nii the land produced, <in the aeven years 
^4 |4«>iity> II by handfula||. «> And he 

gathered up all the food of the seven years in 
which there was plenty in the land of Egypt," 
and laid up food in cities,— <the food of the 
tielda uf the city, which were round about it> 
laid he up within it. *" Thus did Joseph 

lieap up com like the sand of the sea. making it 
exoi'vding abundant, — until one hath left off 
n«i'koning. because it cannot be reckoned. 

>* Now <tojoseph> werebom. two sons, ere yet 
came in the year of famine, — whom Asen&th. 
daughter of Poti-phera* priest of On. bare to 
him. " And Joseph called the name of the 
tintborn i Manaaseh I," — 
For God hath made me forget all my trouble, 
and all the house of my father. 

M And <the name of the 8eoond> called he. 
For God hath made me fruitful' in the land of 
my humiliation. 

H Then came to an end the seven years of the 
plenty, ^which waa * in the land of E^pt; 

M and the seven years of famine b^an to come 
in, according aa Joseph had said,— and it came 
to pass that there was a famine in all the lands, 
but <in all the land of £gypt> tliere was 
bread. '^ Yet was famine felt in all 

the land of Egypt, and the people made outcry 
unto Pharaoh, for bread,— and Pharaoh said to 
all Egypt,— 
Go ye unto Joseph, <that which he saith to 
you> Hholl ye do. 

M Now lithe faminelj waa over all the face of the 
land, — BO Jositeph opened all [places] wherein it 
waa. and sold com to the Egyptians, and 
the famine laid fast hold of the land of 
Egypt. " ;| AU the earth alsoli came in 

to Egypt to buy com luuco Jusephj, — because 
the famine had laid fast hold on all the earth. 

$ 55. JaeoWi Sons, »etit doton to E<jypt to hug Com, 
are fxamined by Jo»eph, aiid Sivuon i$ detained. 
JacoVs DiaircM. 

4S ^ Then saw Jacob that there was' com. in 
Egypt, — ami Jacob said to hia 8t>ns, 
Wherefore look ye one at another ? 
s And he said, 

Lo ! I have heard that there ia' com. in 
Go down thither, and buy com for us from 
thence, that we may live, and not die. 

> WeHt«m recenMon — one 
TTottl, written ; two, read. 
Eastern recension— one 
word, written and read — 

« So it ahd be (w. 8am., 

Hep.)— G.n.. G. Intro. 

' = " Cauwng to forget." 

* ="Fruittmn«w." 

• Other cod. \vr. Sam., 

Sep.) : "were."— 0.n. 

" So Joseph's ten brethren went down. — to buy 
com from the Egyptians;* * but <Benjamin. 
Joseph's own brother> Jacob sent not with hia 
brethren, — for he said, 

Lest there befall him any mischief. 
" Thus came in the sons of Israel, to buy com. 
in the midst of them that came,— for the famine 
was in the land of Canaan. * Now i| Joseph 

— hell it was. that was in power over the land, 
ilhell it was, that was selling com to all the 
people of the land,— so Joseph's brethren came 
in, and bowed themselves down to him, with 
their faces to the earth. ^ And Joseph 

beheld his brethren, and recognised them,— and 
made himself a stranger unto them, and spake 
with them harsh things, and said unto them— 

Whence have ye come in ? 
And they said. 
From the land of Canaan, to buy food. 
B And Joseph reo^^nised hia brethren,— whereas 
iltheyii recognised him not. * And 

Joseph remembered the dreams which he had 
dreamed regarding tliem, — so he said unto them — 
llSpieeJ are |ye|! <to see the nakedness 
of the land> have ye come in ! 
■o And they said unto liim. 

Nay, my lord,— but ||thy servants!! are come 
to buy food. " ||A11 of us|| are Isons 

of onemani,— llhoneetmenji are jwei: Ithy 
servantsi are not' |spies|. 
^' And he said unto him, — 

Nay! but'' <the nakedness of theland> are 
ye come in to see. 
^ And they said : 

We llthy twelve aervantall are [brethreni, 
sons of one man. in the land of Canaan, — 
and lo! |!the youngestii is with our father, 
this day, and lithe onell is' not ! 
** And Joseph said unto them, — 

llThe very thingll that I spake unto you. say- 
ing— llSpiesI' are Iye|. '"<Hereby> 
shall ye be proved, — 
<By the life of Pharaoh > ye shall not go 
forth from hence, save only by the coming 
in of your youngest brotlier, hither. 
1' Send— from among you — one. that he may 
fetch your brother, but be ,tyeli held as 
prisoners, that your words may be proved. 
whether Utruthjl ia with you,— and <ifnot> 
tlby the life of Pharaoh'i surely lispiesii ye 
>' So lie drew them all together into ward, fur 
three days. ^ And Joseph said unto 
them, on the third day, 
llThisi do. and live,— <God him»elf> du ,il : 
"• <If ye Iare| I! honest men i]> j one brother of 
you I shall be kept as a prisoner in .vour 
house of ward, — but |lye;|. go, take in com 
for the famine of your houses ; ^ and 
<your youngest brother> aliaU ye bring 
in unto me, that your words may be con- 
firmed, and ye die not. 

• Some cotl. : " Imy com in 
JE^-pt"— O.n. 

t-rp. O.G. 4-4». •. 

GENESIS XhU. 2I-3S; XUII. 1—9. 


And ther did ao. ^ And they said, 

e»rh mnu unto liis broclier — 

<V'eFily gruilij'> w» ■«'. respeodnff our 
brotber, in that we ttaw the dutifMs of hw 
■oul. whim )ie %\>pealcd unto as for favour, 
ttDd WB bparkened not. — lithenrforel' hath 
asme in untu u» this dirttroM. 
" And Rguhen nwpuaded to them, aaying — 
Spake I Dot unto you, Mying, 
Do not ain againitt Uw child ! 
And ye hearicened not ? 
<Hi« very b1uod> therefore, lo ! it is 
** But ilthpyil knew not. that Joseph wu 
bvarkeiiiug,— for lithe Interpretvrll waa Wtwoea 
them. ^ So bo mmod away fmm them. 

and wept, — then camo bock unto them, and 
•poke nnto them, and took away from them. 
Simeon, and bound him pri»oDer before theireyea. 
* Then oomroanded Joseph that their bage 
ftboald be filled with com, and tlteir silver bo 
retamed, each man's into hiaaaok, and proriition 
be given, fur the journey,— and it wa« donf! to 
them thus. *• So they lifted up their 

oom on tfaffir aafwa, — and went thtnr way. from 
tbenoe^ ^ And the firat niiened hiK nock, to 

(fjvp fodder to hisi •(•», at the inn, — an i beheld 
hi^nlrrr. yi« Itherell it wow. in the mouth of 
hie Hork '. '^ S41 he uid unto hu> brethren. 
My nilver bath been returned', yea verity. 
It there it w. in my .naok '. 
Then weut forth their heart, and they turned 
^ tmnblinK— each man unto hi-nbruther. iiaying, 
What' in tUy ttukt (*<k1 hath done to u» ** 
So they came in uiitf^ Jacob their fstltcr. to 
the loud of Canaan, —and told him all tluit had 
befallen them. Aaying : 
"I Tlie man that is lord of tbe land, .spake unto 
u> hartli thingn, — and tbeu delivered us 
up. as Mpie* of the land. " And we 

aaid unto him, 

H<in««t men I are |we!, — we aie*" not 
ItTwelve brethrenii are |we:, 6on» af oar 
father, — >lhe onol/ \a' not, and iitho 
youoK<i»l I is t)iii4 day with our father, in 
tbe land of Canaan. 
Then said the man .the lord of the land .unto nx, 
< Hereby > *JiallT(rct to know that ■;hni»e»it 
men> ye are', — 
<Onebrothcrof you> leave ye renmining 
with me, and <cnm'' for the famine <if 
yDarhoU8eH> take ye and gn your way ; 
And bring* ye in your youngest bmther 
unto me, 
So mu^t I get to know tlut ye' ore I nut 

ap(t»:i, but are' 'btmest meuil: 
<Tour* bTulher> will I give up t4> yuu, and 
<witlt the land> shall ye traffic. 

aOr " iWlu»L,nowi'. bath 

tiiol diitx' t(i am'." Cp- 
0.0 Ml, I. d, 

*' Init iSr ont! " — O.n- 
'Soit iImI >ic iw. AnLDi., 
Sttji.i — ff.ii. 

^X) " wp hnrv not be- * Soar cod. i.w. 8e|i., Bvr., 
tmut »-" . lof : "we haro Vul,} *' And jroiir'" — 

aul tumod »." 
g— iBUil. Ctr>6am., Elyr..': 


** And it come to poN* <wben titheyll went 
emptying their aaiikK, then lo t ;;uflch man's 
bundle of silvern was in hit sadc, — and <when 
thay beheld tlieir bundles of silver— they niid 
their father> they were afraid. *• And 

.Taoob their father said unto them. 
<Me> have ye bereaved,— 
nJoeeph I iff not', and llSimnonlt is not', and 
<Benjaniin> ye would takol 
<Against me> have happened I all tbeee 
things |. 
" Then spake Reuben unto his father, eaying, 
<My two Boiia> »bnlt thou put to death, if I 
bring him not unto thee, — 
Come, give him up upon my liand, and 
1; [ 1 will restore him unto thee. 
" And he said. 

My son shall not go down with you,— 
For lltus brotherll is dead, and 1h« Alunell 
is left, and <as surdy as there befall him 
any mischief by tbe way wherein ye go> so 
surely sliall ye bring tlovm my grey hairs 
with sorrow unto hades. 

i StI. Jmcob'l 801U, with JtervMHfi* hrinff tent to 
Eoitpta tfceondUmt^ are mtrrtwned in Jo*tt*f*'t 

1 But lithe taminoll was severe in the land. ' So 43 
it caiuie to poae <whcn they bad nmdt* an end 
of uatrng the com which they hwl bnmght iu out 
of Egypt > that their father said unt*.' titem,- 
Ketam, buy for uh a littlt* f<.iod 
' Then spake Judab unto hiui, t*ayiug,~ 
The wan .did protestli to iw. Haying — 

Ye shall not eee my ta*», except lyour 
brotheril is with you. 

* <If thouart'sondinfr ourtimther withnti> wo 

will oertainly git down, and buy for then 
food ; * but <■ if thou art uof sending him > 
we will not go down', for lithe inanii said 
untn UK, 
Ye »liall nut nee my huM>, except Uyour 
brotherll is with you. 
1 And Tnrael said. 

Wherefore' did yn ill b> mi% — to tell the mnij, 
there yet remained to you, a brotlier? 

• And they said, 

Tlie man I did ask il oonDoming ouneU'es and 
cijnoi'ming our kindred, anying— 
Ik yimr father yet' alive'! Have' ye a 
brother' ! 
Ho we Luld him aeounling to tlw touor'* of fchene 
words. Could we i|at all know!] that 

he would Biiy, 

Bring down your brother ? 
' Tlwn Asid Judah uuto lanuil hi» father — 

Come '. wnd thou down ttie young man with 
me, that we may uriKe and gii our way, — 
and live and not die, both ilwe and thuu. 
and (iiir littlu oneslL 
" ill will W Huroty for him, <at my hand> 
shall thou require him,~<as mrely as I 

• Ml : " upon the mouth." 


Imng him not in unto thee, and mt him 
down iviom UifO eo Nuruljr «-iil I bo 
Dountod a sitmiT uipunKt tluvi, &1) tin* daya. 
Fur <if wt< lind Diit Unt;vre<l> BUreiy iimiwll 
hod wi' i;nmf liiuik liBiv a Moond time. 
" Then Unvl ttii-ir father aaid onto them — 
<U »» Itlieiil do itliin,:.— 
T»ko of tlw.- wmtir* of the land in yuur veM«-Is, 
and carry dowu tu thi* uuin. a iJn'wilt,— 
A littlv lialHam. aiul a littlo huney, 
tragacanth gum uid cistua gonit 
piataohio nuu, and almnnda, 
i> Aud<doubl«fliI%'cr> taku in your tiaud, — 

oImj <thu silvtiT thftt wna put buL-k in 
tho muutb uf yuur iutckj»> oorry yi.* tMck 
in ytmr baud, perodvuDturtj' it was 
llftu errurii 
i> <,Yourhn>tb(]r alao> ukeye,— and ariae. 

fo agikin unto th« man. 
u And lOunAlmigliiyligivoyoucompaAion 

bctuK tho tnan, bo shall he Mud with 
70a, your other brothor. I and Benjamin |. 
Bnt lias fur mel <wfaen I am bcraa\-ed> ] am 
>*Hu the men toi>k thin present, <dniible nilver 
alao> tuok thoy in their hand, and Ilrnjamin, — 
and aroeo. and went down into K^pt, and 
fltood before Joieph. ^ And Joeeph mw — 

with thorn —Benjamin, so h« said tn him that 
WA4 over hia house. 
Bring the mou into the houaef — and slay meat, 
and make rtndy, for <witb m(*> ahall the 
mt*n eat. at notni. 
t'So the m«n did. ui J<iec<ph had mid, and 
the man brought the mi-n tnti) .((jevph's 
house. '" TUon wvtv thu men afraid, 

ht-cfluso they hod been bruu^ht int^j the hfiuHu of 
Jusepit, and tlu^y taid — 

< For the matter uf the stiver tliat cauic back 
in our aacbi at the teK>iminK> ttare liWef 
be«n brouftht iu,— that he may tiini rtniud 
upon us*' and fall upon u\ and take ua for 
servants^ and our asses. 
>* Bo they drow near )ttit4> the man tluit was over 
JuMrphV Ikjum;,— and spake unto him. at the 
entrance of the house ; ^ and said. 
May it plwwe my lord ! We I'did iudeed 

oomo d'lwiilt at the beginning to buy food. 
^ And it came to paos <wh('i] M-e had entered 
into the iDn> tliat we op(<nod our sacks, and 
Ui ! {'the oilvt^r of i^>ach man!! in the mouth of 
hi? sack. —our silver in its full wui^ht,— so 
wu have; hau^ht it bock in our band !' 
■ And <mon' si]vej-> havn we brought down 
in (nir band.'' to b«y fivid, — wo know not 
whn put uur silver in our sacks. 
"Add be «ajd- 

Fuaee to you, do not ftwr ! ;;Yoi)r<>i<), and 
the ihrd uf your fnthtr ' hftth given you 
secret tressun.*. iti yuur 8Rl:k^ <a8 for your 
iiilvt)r> it L-AHie in uuto mu. 
And he brought forth unto them, Simeon. 

• rnh. 1 " ciMioeptodiuHfi " 
i.*., RMiU OS wiUi over- 

whrbiUnti foite"— 0.0. 

' Hitra* Pod, [w. Sep. I : 
"bands" ,|il.j— 0.a. 

" So the man brought the men into Jowph's 
houne,— and gavi* them wat^r. and tliey bstbcd 
their feet, and be gave them pnn-euder for tlicir 
antea. '** And they made ready tbeprcfent, 

against the coming in of JitMipb. at ooim,— frn* 
they lieard that it was litheircji tlioy should eat 

■ So <wbun Joseph came into the hiniae> they 
brought ID t(i bim the pivseot which was m tbeir 
hand, intu the bouse, — and buwed Uieiuselvfs 
down to bim* to the earth. ^ Then aaked 

he after their welfare, and said — 

Is it well with your aged futher, uf whom ye 
spoke 7 Is 1m* yet' alive ? 

* And tliey said- 
It is well witli thy servant our father, he is 
yet' nltvu. 
And they bent their bnads. and bowed them- 
selves down. 

"* Then Uftvd fau up his eyes, and saw Benjamin 
his brother, son of hia mother, and said— 
Is i this I your youngest brother, of whom yo 
spake unco me T 
And he said, 
llOodil grant tbe« favour, my (on ! 

** And Joseph made haste, for bin ct^miMifvunnH 
towards his brother |w<ire pent up , nnd lie 
Huugbt to wei?[>, — »u be wt^nt into the inner 
chanitwr, and wept tberv. '' Tbenliathed he bis 
fa<w. and came forth, — and reetnuned himself, 
and Muid. 

Bet on bread I 

•*8o they set on. for him— by himself, and for 
them— by tlvenuolves,— and for the Kg>*ptians 
that were eating with him — by themselves, for 
the Kg.vptians might not eat | bread uitb the 
HebrewA. for <an abomination> had tlmt' 
been to Kgyptiatu. 33 So they took tbeir 

mats before him. Hw flrstboml] acoording to 
his birthright, and ithe ynungtwt aceonling txi 
his yuutli,— anti llie men looked with amaxe< 
nient, Hucb une at ^lis coiii|)aninn. ^ And 

he sent jKirtiuns/' frum (*fope iiim. nnto them, 
and the piirtion of Benjamin exixxMled the pur- 
tionN uf litem all |live-fold!. And 

they drank uud made merry with hii|u 

§ .I". Josrph, rrturnin{/ Am brelkren't monep, omI 
depftaitiny hi* ovn lUrer cup in Sn^mKiin'i 
«icJt, nrrtnts Aw Brdhtni and brini/ii IhfM baei: 

' Tlien comnuuidnd he him who was over his 44 
Imnsc' saying— 

Fill the sftckfi trf the men. with fotwl, as mnch 

as they can aury, — and jrat encb man's 

silver in the mouth nf his sack ; " ami < my 

cup— the oup of silver> shalt Uiou put in 

the mnutli of the snek of the youngest, with 

his <s.m-«lver. 

So hv did, ncoording to the word tif Joaoph. 

whirh be bad spoken. 

^ <lily the time Itbe mi*ming if was light > Ithe 

meni! bad Ije^-n »ent sway. I'they. and tlteir 

SAMtsll. * I Tbcy tliemselvesi bad gum< out of the 

'Soinw ood. w. Sep. »nd 
TuJ.l adil: "with thdr 

fKeex" — G.R. 
^ya: --heliftnl UfUsffM." 



dty— thttx lHt4 aOC 0000 (u. wfaeo ;i JosepbU aaid 

to him who wm over hu houae* 

Rise, after tbo men,— ao iOtmlt thon 
ovtrtAk*' them, And HhiUt itty unto thi<tn, 
Wherefore' bavw yo rPKiuited evil fur (jood ?* 

* Ia nut Lthiii thAt in which my lurd 
drinlceth, and whereby he himaelf i duth 

Ye have done evil, in what ye havedunu. 

*8o be ovtirtoulc tUein,— and »paki; untu them 

theau word*. * And they naSd untu him, 

Wberefoto' should tny lurd &peak Mich wunJA 

AftUwie? Far be thy aurvantd, from 

doing such a tlung an this ! 

* Iio' <thie silver that wu found iu the muutli 

uf our !ttc)u> we brought back unto thee, 
out of the laud of CaoMm— ho«- thou could 
wc Dtoal. uui of tho house of thy lurd, tiilrer 
or gold ! 

* <Wish wboouoerer of thy acrrmnta it can be 

foiiiwl> he aball die,— and ||wu alao|| will 
beoome my lord'a servants. 
'• And be Mid, 

Yea, Dowll. <acoording to your word8> Bsoll 

let it be,— Uhe with whom it ia foundlj shall 

be my servant, 

tYe!! however, flhal) be cleAr. 

i> So they luutioned und toult down, each man ]m 

sack to tlie p^>und,— and opened, each man 

hia i»c)(. t^ Then made he thorough searoh, 

<vith the e]deflt> (hi began, and <with the 

yoaii9e«t> be ended,— and the cup was found 

in the sack nf fienjamin I " And 

they r^nt their niaotlees—aud laded each man 

hi» ants and returned to the city. ^* And 

Jurhih and hin brelhrvn came into the huuw; nf 

Jon^h, iheli yet It-io^f there, — and fell down 

beftite him. U> the earth. ^And 

Jcwrp^ ^'^ ^'* tliem, 

What is thitt deed which ye have done? 
Know ye not tliat aiic-li u man att I ican even 
, divine *. 
w Then said .Judah— 

What »httll we *ay to my lord, bow «liall we 
■peak, and how Ahall we ju-stify oiirstlviat, - 
when** I God hiniwlF hath found out the 
iniquity of thy nervautsT Behold u» ! 

my lurd'H aervante, tboth we. and he in 
whose band the cup bath been found||. 
" And he «aid. 

Far be it frommr*. to da thin thing! 
<Tlie man in whune hand the cup hath been 
(ound> ihe'. ahaU>>c myw*r%'ant, hut <aflfor 
you> gu ye up in peace, unto your father. 

1 08. JudaA't InteretMaion for the Jteturm of 

u Then Judah dmw near untu him. and said — 
Fardoa, my lord I Pray let thy iiervant 

speak a wont in tho uan of my lonl. and 
do not let thine anger be kindled o^nat 

Syr. beni Uwirt : 

imman tliMi hAve 

f f« iCnlcn the «it m cap t " 

_E l*'IiBOt."«te.l— Oji. 

•Or: -■ince." 8o it ahd 

bu ;». SoiD. and Hep.] — 
O-n. [M.C.T. : uwiUiout 
the i<unDectibg particlt 


thy •ervant.-'fot Itthosll art llthoall. as 
Pharaoh ! 
"* It WM limy lord I who asked his servaoCK. 
Have' ye a father, ur a brother 7 

* So we iwid tinto my lord. 

We have' an a^ father, and the child of 
hift uld agu. a youth,— <llhis brothern 
being dcad> |he aloncii is left of his 
mother, and ||hiefather|| loreth him. 
n So then thou nidat onto thy aarvants, 

Bring him down unto me, —that I may set 
mine oyoa upou him. 
« And wo said unto my lord. 

The Ind canuot leave hi» father. ~ < lut surely 
as he teaveth his fathe-r> so surely will 
Ih* [die!. 
*■ And thou satdst untu thy ser^'ants, 

<Exeept your youngest >)rother do come 

down with you > ye shall not again behold 

my face. 

** So it came to pans, <when we had gone up 

uuto thy servant, my fatJier>. that we told 

him iIm' wiirdH of nty lord. 

* ThouMkid our father,— 

Go again, buy U9 n little food. 

* And we naid, 

We unnnot go down, — <I( our 

youngest brother be' with us> HtlwBII 
wilt we go down, for we cannot see the 
fseu of the man. if lour youngest brother It 
is not' with us. 
^ Then said thy servant my father, unto us,— 
11 Ye yourselvesll know, that Itwoi: did my 
wife hear to me, ' and the one went 
forth from me, ami I said — 
Oertainly he Imth been 1 torn in (MeoesIL — 
And I have never hoen him ttinci*. 
V <As surely as ye take i< thiA one also | away 

from before my fsoe. and there Iwfall him 
any miM:hief>, so surely Mliall ye bring 
down my grey hotia with misfortune to 
» llNowl therefore. <aa surely a^ I go in unto 
thy servant my father, and lithe ladii is not' 
with us, — seeing tluit his soul is l>ound up 
with (the lad's] suul> ^' so surely shall it 
oome to pass that <when he seeth that the 
lad is not' with us,' thon will be die. 
So shall thy nervants bring down the grey 
haini of thy servant our father, with sorrow, 
to hades. 
^ Cor uthy sorvantli became surety for the lad, 
while away from my father, sayiitg, — 
<If I bring him not unto tbee> tlicn 
will I count m>*8elf a sinner against my 
father all the days. 
" II Now II therefore. I pray thee, let thy servant 
femain instead of the lad, as nervant to my 
lord,— bat <as for tbe lad> let him go up 
with his brethren. *• For how can 'I go 

up unto my father, should lithe tad J not' be 
wit)i me? lest T hj>ik on the calamity, 

that shall find out my father. 

• 8o it lOid b« (w. Sam^ B«p.. Srr.).— O.n. 

GENESIS XLV. 1—28; XLVI. 1—4. 

§ i>0- JoMph tnnkri kiintrlf kitotrn to hit Brethren, 
and ffndn/or hit Father. 

45 > And J(NM-p)i ettiiM not rctttrain himBelf, before 

fkll who were Htationecl ni'Ar him, bo he cried 
t»iit — 

llAve forth every man from me ! 
^-\,iul theiv Htoo(l no man with him, when Joseph 
iiiA<ie him.'telf known unto his brethren. ^ Then 
l^ave he forth his voice, in weepingr,— and the 
IC^yptians hoard, and the house uf Pharaoh 
lit'arrl. ' Then Haid Joseph unto his brethren: 

;: I 'i am Joseph, is my father |yet' alive |! 
Hut his bn-thren could not answer him, for they 
^vere t«.*rrified because of him. * Then 

tttkUi JoeK'ph unto his brethren— 

1 >niw near, I pray you, unto me. 
AikI they drew near. And he said — 

II III am Jofleph your brother, whom ye sold 
into Egypt. 
» But i,now;| do not prieve. neither let it be 
vexing in your eyes, that ye sold me hither, 
— for <to save Iife> did Grod send me 
bt'fore you. 
" For <the8e two yearB> hath the famine 
betm in the midst of the land, — and <yet 
fivo yoarH> are there, in which there shall 
Iw noitlier ploug-hingr, nor harvest. 
1 So then God sent' me before yon, to plant for 
yim a remainder, in the earth,— and to save 
you alive, by a K««t deliverance. 8 ;jXow|| 
therefore, it was not jiye;, who sent me 
hither, but liGodll himself,— who also ap- 
lK)inted me to be a father to Pharaoh, and a 
lord to all his house, and a ruler, over all 
the land of Egypt. 
" Haste ye, and go up unto my father, then 
shall ye say unto him— || Thuall saith 

thy son Joseph, 
<r(K3 hath appointed me lord to all Egypt, — 
come down unto me, do not delay ; " so 
shalt thou dwell in the land of Goshen, 
and shalt be near unto me, Ijthou. and thy 
sons, and thy sons' sons,— and thy flocks 
and thy herds, and all that is thinell; " so 
will I sustain thee, there, for there are yet' 
five years, of famine,— lest thou oome to 
poverty— 11 thou, and thy house, and all 
who are thinelL 
Now lo ! Ilyour own eyes ; do see, and the eyes 
of my brother Benjamin, —that it is l|my 
^^ "wn mouthll that doth speak unto you. 

< As soon as ye have told tny father all my 
honour in Egypt, and all that ye have 
•»iM'n> 9o soon shall ye hasten, and bring 
<hiwn my father, hither. 
'* Hwn fi.ll he upon the neck of Benjamin his 
»tn>lht»r. and wept,— and |lBenjamini| wept on 
hw' «*mk. " Then kissed he aU his brethren, 
•ml wt»pt upon them,— and <theroafter> his 
Iwvthivit apake with him. 
'• N\»w ilUut n'portll was heard by the house of 

'rtw^ hiwtltren of Joseph have oome in. 
VikI ii ^f^ nood in the eym of Pharaoh, and in | 

the eyes of all his servants. " So then Pharaoh 
said unto Jmoph — 
Say unto thy brethren, 
liThift I do,— lade your asses, and go, enter 
into the land of Canaan ; ^ and fetch 
your father and your households, and 
come in unto me,— that I may give you 
the best of the land of Egypt, and eat ye 
the fat of the land. 
'• llThou,] therefore, command them,* 

llThislI do ye, — Take you, out of the 

land of Egypt, waggons for your little 
ones, and for your wives, so shall ye bring 
your father, and come in. 
^ II Your eye II, moreover, let it not look with 
pity**upon your goods, — for Lthe best of all 
the land of Egypt!! is jyoursl. 
^1 And the sons of Israel did so, and Joseph 
gave them the bidding^ of Pharaoh,— 
and gave them provisions for the way : *< <to 
all of them> gave he. to each man, changes of 
rument,— but <to Benjamin> be gave three 
hundred pieces of silver, and five changra of 
raiment. ^ Moreover <to his father> sent he 
aa foUoweth — ten he-asaes, laden from the beet 
of Egypt.— and t«n she-asses, laden with com 
and bread and nourishing food for his father, for 
the way. " Thus sent he forth his brethren, 
and they deported, — and he said unto them, 
Do not fall out, by the way. 
" And they went up out of Egypt,— and 
came into the land of Canaan, unto Jacob 
their father. ^ And they told him. saying — 

Joseph is lyet olive!, yea, indeed t|he|| is 
ruler in all the lond of Egypt. 
And his heart became faint,** for he believed 
them not " So they spake unto him all the 
words of Joseph, which he had spoken unto 
I them I, then saw he the wa^i;ons, which Joseph 
had sent to carry him, — and the spirit of Jacob 
their fother revived'. ^ And Israel said. 

Enough ! Joseph my son is | yet' ali ve | ' I 
must go and see him before I die ! 

g 60. Jacob, encouraged by God, goea do«m into Egypt. 

1 So Israel brake up, with all that he had, and 40 
came in to Beer-sheba, — and offered sacrifice to 
the God of his father Isaac. ^ ^„j q^^ 

said to Israel, in the Wsions of the night, and he 

Jacob! Jacob! 
And he said — 
Behold me ! 
' And he said : 

III!: am Gon himself,' the God of thy father,— 

Be not afraid of going down to Egypt, 

seeing that <for a great nation> will I 

plant thee there. 

* liljl will go down with thee, to Egypt, and 

lll.l will bring thee up, jiyea wholly upj!, 

■So it ohd be (w. Bep., 

Vul.)— Gji. 
*M1: " upon the moath." 

"» Ml : " began 

•SO: "fliefil." 

to cease 

OEXESIS XLVI. fi-34; XLVn. 1. 


—and UJowpb! AaH Uy hi» own hnnd. 
-npoD thiiw eyes. 

* 60 Jnoob nMc up {rom Beer-iheba, — uid tin* 
wm» of tsraol brougbt Jacob their father, and 
their Itttli* une». tad their irivefr, ill the 
wAxtpjtui H-htch Phanu>h had sent to liring 
him; "und ihey t^Nitc tiuHr caCtie. and tbe 
pLiiw wliich th«>y had gained, in the land of 
Cuuan, and caiue ititi) K^ypt,— 1 Jaoub. atul all 
his eeod with him|: ' <lufi sou), and hia wma' 
aons with hiai, his daughtcro. and his son's 
daughters, and all hui BtMMl> hruught ht> with 
him, iuta KgypL 

• Nuw Ithnw I are thu natam nf the sons of 
Inwl, who caxni! into Kgj'pt — ilJacob and his 

•HIS ,1, — 

I'Tbp finttbnrn of .liicob I Reuben: 
•And ii the sons"! Keubeni— 

Hanoch and PaLlu. and' Hexnm und 
Carnii ; 
** .Xnd i,th« tK>nituf Siiueun 1, — 

Jemut'l and Jamtn and Ohad. and Jachin and 
Zoliar, —ami Sliaul. stm iif th«* Canaaiiitese ; 
"And .the 84nut uf Levii. — 

G«rshon. Koliath. and Murari ; 
»ABd Itbesoasof Jiidiihll, - 

Er and Onan and Sholah, and Pcrei: and 
Zermh,— Ijut Er and (hian died, iu tht* Innd 
of Canaan, and the aona uf Pen^Jt wore 
Hexron and Hamul ; 
*• And I, the aons of I»«achar||,— 

Tuhi and Puvah, and lob and Shimron ; 
»* Ajwi 'the sons of Zobulon i.— 

Scred aod Glon.and Jahleel. 
*• ilThwel are the sons of Leah, whom tthc 
baiv to Jaonb^in Padan-arara, with Dinati 
al)m hts daiig'htor.— < All the sonls of his 
mm* and of hin dAngtit«ni> were thirty- 

** Aw) lithe tons of Gad II,— 

Zaphon*' awl Tlaggi. Shnni* and Exbon,— Eri 

and Arodi. and Ari'li ; 
^ And lithe »inei of Asherj;— 

Itnnah and Ishvoh and Xshn and Berioli. and 

Scmh their si^iter,— and lltbe son* of Bcriahtl 

Ueber and Malchiel. 
** liXlicBcil arc the sons of Zilpah, whom 
Laban ga>'e to Leah his daughtt^r,— su 
■be bare these to Jacob, — «ixt«<en soaU, 

«• I The sons of Rachel, Jacob's wifel,— 

Joseph, and Benjamin ; 
•And <therp were born to Jusoph I'n the land 
of Egypt, wlmm Asennth. daughter of Poti-phora . 
priest iif On, b«re tohim>: 

Manasneh. and Kphraini : 
" And :th(' Auiu< nf Boiijamini; — 

Bela Aud Bechcr. and Aalibel, Gera and 

Naaman. Bhi and Ronh,— Mupiiim and 

Huppim.and Ard. 
■ DTheMtl are the sons of Rachel, who were 

' - -^l. iw. BSD. and 

'init this "snd" — 

* &a it thd be (w, Smh.. 

■ Bumecod. w.S«ini..(*ep., 
8]T.; : "and Shoni — 


bom* to Jaoob,— iJaU the soulall w«t« 

•• .And 'the sons'' of I)ftn|I,— 

^ And itlii:' iKoutnf Naphtali l,^ — 

Jaha^vl and Quni, aitd Jexer and Shillom. 
> |{Thej«e. an? tlie N>ns of Bilhali, whom 
Laban gaiv to Kachel his daughtj^r,— hhi 
she )Aro tbiwe to Jacob,— [lull the suulsfl 
wi're seven. 

'" <A1I the bouLb that camo in with Jacob to 
E^trypt. that bad come forth of hi» loins, besides 
Jaoidi's sons' wives, — all the s<>uU> wer« sixt}'- 
six ; '^ and < tlie sons of Josepli who were Isjm 
to him in EgTj)t> were two souls; <A11 the 
•oola uf the house of Jacob that came into 
Egypt> Were seventy. 
^ Andheaent jiJudah ; beforebiin.unt4iJ(«cph« 
to direct his face to Uoahen,— so they cauicin 
towards the land of (iiwben. " Tbea 

yoked J<veph liis chariot, and went up to meet 
Israel hin father^ towards Uuabeo,— and he 
appeannl* unto tiim. and fell upon his neck, and 
wept upon his neck, a good while- " Then 

■aid larael unto Jtieeph, 

I aui ready to die at,~now that I liave 
seen thy face, in that thou art jyef alive|. 
3' Then aaid Joseph unto his brethren, and unto 
the house of his father, 
I mufft go up. and must tell Pbarnoli,— and 
must say unto him, 
liMy brethren, and the house of my father, 
who were in the laud of Cauoaull have 
come in unt«t ine. 
" Now lltlie men i are feeders of flocks, for 
llmen of cuCtlel they are.— and <their 
f1t)cks. and their herds, and all that they 
have> have they brought in. 
** So shall it come to paM» <whon Pharaoh 
fihall call for yon, — and iihall my— 
What is your ivenpation *>■ 
M Tlien shall ye say— 

<M('n of oattIa*> have thy tM'rx*ants been. 

frvim otir youth even until now, | lK>th we, 

and our fatlien*; , — 

To thu end yv may dwell in the land of 

Goahcn. for <an abuminatiou to Egyptiana> 

is every feeder of a flock.'' 

§ til, Jotrph introdufrt hU Brtthrat ai\d Fttifur 
to Pharuoh, nrwi rWtnra the Ditiixu of the 
ROifptiana. I$raet tauUifJie*. 

* 80 then Joseph went in, and told Pharaoh. 47 
and aaid— 
llMy father nud my brethren, atit] their 
flocks and their herds and all that they 
liavell are come in. from the laud of 

• Bott» cnmI. |w. fvun., Onk. 

MH..S«-)>.,Kyr.;: '■wh«in 
•he bi«rr"--iV,n. 

* A Bji, v.T. : I'll' : : •• son " 

•isi^.'. Ill Hitnr ciiA, 

" sun," tcritltn aod rrHil. 

' ()r: ^< nanlfertcd hlra- 

iH-lf " — oo toterestinff : 
* BnmrtiHl. 'iw.Rsm.,Onk.t 
Jon. &tul 9yr.i: "an 
1.11 frvlr-n. ..* florks"— 



sHocvover <oat of tbe whole number of his 
br«tht«n> be took with hiin* five meD,— Mid 
wt tbem before Pbanoh. ' And 

Ph&ratA said unto the hr*thren of Ju^eph — * 

What IA roar iiccupfttitin * 
And iberj ottid unUj Pharanh — 
<Feeden of flocks> mre thy servMits, |bntb 
w« and our fathors*. 

* And thrr said unt» PhanuUi ~ 

<To sojoum in tbe land> are wv txitne in, 
for th«re is oeT {lastimt for tb* fludu vhicb 
pertain to tby •erranti, for Inererel i» the 
fuune. in tbe Uad of Canaan. 

iXoTi tberefoiv. let thy oerrant* dvnell. 
wv praT thee, in tbe land of GonbetL. 

* Then «pake Pbai»oh onto Jcaeph. saying, — 

iTb?- father and thjr farethreo'j nre cone in 
vnto thee. 
« PTbe buKl of EsTF^I n [befoiv thiwU <in 
tbe best of the baHl> came thon thy 
father and thr bmcbrai to dirdi,— let 
tbem dwell in the land of GosSten, 
Aad <if tboa knowwt that tbet* ui^ 
HHOg dMB, men of ahilttT> tbm ifcaH 
tin* aet tfaen ■• cbieftaina of cattle, <mr 
T Sd Joieyh fano^ in Jaoob bte {ather, and 
eaaatdbuk taateaiiifaeCaiv PbaERob. — and 

Jaeob Umii \ Pbatnak. «Aad Pbamob 

lAboakhvwMaafl haw* been tbe dnjrs of tbe 
fMnef ibTlife? 

* And Jaeob Mid Ba«a nMndi, 

fTW days of tbe fean of my soynom- 
m^\ haw beM a bandred and thirty 

tFew and viill bare beoi tbe days uf tbe 

yiaJiiif ■jTifi . iiiiThri Imi ihijitniii A 
hAo ife days vt the years c4 tW li^'*« 
<d ay fstbeix in the da5» vt tbetr 

« Asl JMmh t^MMd I>ba>wik,-a«l tmmm bwOi 
fnm tfe ^VMMw of PWnob. 

n 9«<^Ja«^&aedtbed«tafi^flfbbfatlMr 
■■1 Us b>itls<«, mad ^ve tbes a paasoMsao ia 
IfobMicfl^TF* »* thcbntef tbekwl^w 
*» ksrf «« B sill I If.-— nMsnb bad eom- 
■■■dM. BAwl JMSfb ■oMJAsd ha* 
ttAm Md las b i iUb s u n, Md aO bis (atfc«^ 
knM.-»ilk he^. iifan to the nsad of 

• B« UmbAI «m then MM. in all tbek^— 
9m A* !■■■■* via Iwvy in i ui '.— eo tlMI lb* 
h^^^n*nd ttelMlaf C^Mu fiim I 
V amaan af tba fiiian »So Josnpb 

^Aorf V ■> «fe A<v ikn* «M fani in the 
li^ rf %]T*. Md in ifae kad «< TViih, lor 

» the homKt 
m tptm OK g< 
As iMd i< Ksn*. sad a«t of tfe had of 

'te « Ad la «- ^a. >lb ft iU W .w. hm. 

' " Jm. Ob*^ Sn- -OLa. 

Canaan, so all the Egyytiane came in tintu 
Jniieph. Maying — 
Dd givt! tu bread, for why^ nhould wo die 
before thee, althuugh vailrer;; hath Failed? 
^ Then said Joaeph : 

Gire your oattk, and I wiU^ee you* for your 

onttki,— if silver hath fsalad. 

'* So they faroogfat in tbeir cattle onto Joaeph, and 

Joseph gavv tbem Itread in excttange for tht* 

botaee, and for the cattle of the Bock, aod for 

the cattle of the herd, and for tbe aasn, — and 

be provided tbem with bread, for all their 

cattle, tbtougbont that year. 

u When that year wna ended, then came thoy 

nnto him. ia 9ibm asoond yeer, and said to 

him — 

We will not hide from uy lord, bow that the 

silrer. and the henis of beasts for my lord. 

sM oome to an end,— <hef» is nothtng left 

l«fore my kwd. aare only our bodies, and 

cMir gronnd : 

» Wherafore^ shoold we die before thine «> es 

'both we, and oar grooiKi ! Bay 

tbou. tB and oor ground, for liread,— and 

iwel and oor groond will hetvune serrmnta 

to Pharaoli, and give w«d, that we may 

Kre. aad not die, and ^the ground | not 

lie waste. 

*8o Joeeph bongbt all tbe ground of tbe 

Egrpdaaa for Pbaiaoh, foe tbe Egt-ptians sold 

every man bis 6eld, because tbe famine had 

laid faet bold upon ibans,— eo tbe land fterame 

Pharaoh's. ° And <as lav tbe peofiie> be 

broBgbt ^ea into hwswhige as serraata.*— ' fnan 

one cad of tia bonndary of Egypt unto the 

other eiMl dieraaf.l "iObly <ebe giDond of 

the pr ie s to > bought ha not,— f<w the piieats had 

,« statntory-portica! fnm Pharaoh, and they 

hsMl been eating tbetr ttataiory- pu rtka. whscli 

Pharaoh had givaiihas, | for which oaase' they 

lad nut mU thsir gvoand. 'f \aid 

Jflaqph anid IBM the paafl^ 

Lo 1 I hflffc bsvBte |«n Iha day, and yonr 

groond. for r^aii4. siiii. hen is need 

fiary«i,an AiOjvnv A» gnani; *> and 

it ahnl on* to psns thtt, «< ifae yield> 

yvshni gm a fifth, to nara«h,—h«t ]the 

Csar fmtm shall be yonr ean— for aeed 

fcr the Arid, and fcr yvut food, and f^ 

thsa who ate in yonr hoiaahahiB and for 



TWm ^ H««d Mr livM : 1st na find fanv 
in the «ysa cd mgiati, as wdlnnhMoae 
Ph— nh^iiiils 

* Aad Jvtofh appantad it iaa iianti wttil 
thfe» day. nvadag iha gnsd «i Sigypt. t^t 
tPkianh! tharid t^n • fi ftk I — <y <the 
gi iMilflf the prill I > was ihaailiinii. it^d 
not faeeoan FhannhV 

* ThMlantld««tiinlh»had«CK|7t«.inthe 
hadcfCalsi^ sattMndpi 

» 0to ft *l to (V. 


GEffESIS XlvVn. 28-31 ; XLVHT. 1-22. 


f C2. Jiieoft htettft SpJkraim and .VafwiMcA. 

• And Jacobltved in tliolftnd of Epypt-WTenteen 
y<!M»,-«o it came to pM« that the days of 
Jtoob. the yc»r» o/ hi* lite, won- « hondivd and 
forty^run ynwa. -And the day* of 

ImmI drew Dear that ho must die, so lie called 
for bii BOD, for Jneeph, and Kai<l to him— 
< If . I pray thM> I liav« found favour in thine 
eyM> [iIaot. I pray thee, thy hand under 
my thigh.— »o shalt thou deal with me to 
loving^kindneas and faithfulness- 
Do not. I pr»y thee, bury me in Egypt. 
<Wben I shall lie down with my fathen*> 
then fihaJc thmi carry me out of Egypt, 
and bury me in their huryingptacc. 
And he> eaid : 
II III will do aooording to thy word, 
" Tlten he »id : 

Come, flwear to me ! 
And he awaro Ui him. Tlien did 

laraal bow himaelf down on the head of the 

48 ' And itoune to paaa <aftor theae tlungB> that 
mteaaid to Jooeph, 

Lo! ;thy fathor|| is liok. 
i*o he took hia two sons with him, Uanaeneh 
awl Ephraim. * And one told Jacob, and 

naid — 

IjO*. Ithy fton Jowphi! coming in unto theo. 
Sn lamel Btrangtboncd himself, and Mt up ou 
theuouch. » Then said .Ta©;»b unto 


HGod Almighty;| appeared unto me in Lux, 
in the land of Canaan,— fl.nd bluuied me ; 
' and wkid unto rue — 

Behold me ! alwut to nuke tlie« fruitful, ao 
will I multiply tlioe. and give thee to 
becrjme a multitude^ of peoples, —eo will 
I give thiM Uod to thy seed after thee, aa 
an age-abiding- ppMOMion. 
» I; Now' thcTvfure. <thy two stmM who were 
bom to the*i in the land of Kgjpt, before 
I came in unto thee in Kgypo art 
I mine 1 1 IlKphroim «nd ManaMwhlj 

<Uke Reuben and Sinie(m>, aliall lie 
mine ! « But <thim' offspring whioh 

thou haat begotten after them> ilthine 
own:; iiliall they be,-<aftpr the name of 
their brethren > shall they be called, in 
their inheritance. 
' But i!a« for me I <when I caune in from 
Padon>* Kachel died by me. in the Und 
of Oanaan. in the way, while yet thni* 
waa a stretch of country to come int4. 
Bphrath,— so I buried lier there, in the 
way tu Ephralh, I, the samell it Bethlehem. 
•Then Israel saw Joncph's aona,— and said— 

Who ate thetiG ? 
* And Joaeph said unto hta father. 

<My Honio they are*, whom God hath given 
me. m tliis place. 
And he aaid — 

•Or: "rtill." 
*Or: "oonvooation"— 

Hfb. : Midi. 

Bring tb*an. I pray theo, unt«> mu, that I mi^ 
bleas them. 
"•Now lithe eyesof laraelll had become dim from 
old age,— he' could not see,— «o he drew them 
near unto him, and kianed them, and embraced 
them, u And lanwl said unto Joncpli, 
< To see thine own &ce> Iiad I not thought,— 
and lo 1 God hatli caused me tu see tlnvan 
thy seed il! 
" And Joseph brought them out from beside liia 
kneoB, and bowed himself down with hii face 
towanU the earth. " And Joneph ttwk 

them Ifoth,— Kphnkim in hia right hand, on 
Israel's left hand, and Manasatth in liis left 
hand, on Israel's right hand,— and drew thom 
near unto him. '< Tlien laniel put 

forth his riffht hand, and laid it upon the head 
of Ephraim, though ||be|| was the younger, and 
his left hand, upon the head of Manasaeh,— 
crossing his hands, although ||Manaseeh|| was 
the finit-bom. » Thna blomed he Joseph, 

and Mud, — 
1; God himself —before whom walked * my 

fntlii>r». Abraham and Imaac, 
Goil himself- who hath been my shepherd, 
aince I came into being until this day ;— 
'• The Mesaenjfor— who hath been my redeemer 
from all o%iI|f— bleaa the lads I 
And may there he called upon them, my 
name, and the name of my fathers. 
Abraham and Isaac : 
And may they swarm into a multitude in the 
midst of the e«rth ! " 
*^ And Juneph saw that his father had laid his 
right hand on the bead of Epliraim. and it was 
displeasing in hie eyee,- ao be took hold of hia 
ffttber's hand . to remove it from off the head of 
Eplir&im. on to the lioad of Manasaeh. ^ And 
.I^iscpik »aid unto hi» father — 

Not i*o'. my father ! for l|thi»l[ is the fintlxim, 
lay thy right hand upon his head. 
!• And his father rvfuned. and said — 
I know— my son. I know ! 
II Ho alsoll *hall l»ecomc a people, and ilho 
alsoll shall l*ictmie great, — but neverthe- 
less, lihis younger* bn>ther:i shall liAoome 
greater than he, and ijhis se«d|| aball 
become a filling up of the nations. 
"* And he blefised them on that day. la.ving— 
<In thee> let Israel bleas himself, saying, 
Gud set thee an Ephraim. and as Manaaseh f 
fln he net Ephraim iK'fupe Manaaseh. 
^ And Israel said unto JoHe|>li : 

Lo ! ijlii am about to die.— but it shall come 
to paas that |God| will lie [with yoa|, and 
will take you back into the land of your 
** But 1(1 11 have giron to tliee one mountain- 
track. ah(.ve thy brethren , — which I took 
out of the hand of the Amorite, with my 
sword and with my bow. 

• Bocnf nod. (w. Jon.. Sep.. 

Stt.) : "and hi'"— G.n. 
^Ml: "walkfd about." 

** walked to and f m "" 

■Or: "Iwid.*' 

aI«o " wim- 



9 63. JtMoVa Prophecff of the FSUurt of hit San*. 

49 1 Then cnllet] Jacob unto hii miu^ — and laid— 

Gather yoiinwlves togvther, and let me tell 
y(Mi, UiAt which iluiH bt-fnll yon in the 
aftorpurl* of the dityi. 

A««mblo yourselveM and bear, ye sonit of 

And 1i«*rken. unto lantel your father ! 

llRmiben'l <nj>- finit-lxim> th*ni'. 
My vifcrar. and the (irst-fniit of my 

strength, — 
Pre-eminence of elevation. &n<l pre^mioenoe 

of powwr : 
Boiling over Hk(> water, thou mayeat not 

havt* pnw'oiinence, 
Beoaiue thou didst mount the )wd of thy 

llThenll want tliou profane— 

< My marriage-bed > ho mounted ! 

llSimeon and Levill am brethren, — 
I Instruinenta of riolenoej are their agree- 

<Into thdr uiiele> do not tbon enter, my 


<In^ their ooavocuicm> do not thou join 

mine hunoor ! 
For <iu tlteir anger>. they nlcnr brave 

And <in their wantonnem>. they liam- 

i^trung uxen. 
|] Accursed '| be their anger, becaoae fierce. 
And their wrath, beoaune cmel, — 
I divitle them in .laciib, 
And I disperse them in IsraeL 

UJudahll <a8 for thee> ttiy brethren shall 

prniw thee [when] Itby handi iti on the 

neclt of thy foes,— 
Tl»e eons of thy father lahall how them- 

■dvos down to thee] : 
<A lion'a whelp> in Judah, 
<rrora the prey>. my son, haat tbou oatne 

He bath atoupcd— hath cruuchcd. 

As a lion— or as a lionetw. 

Who aball luiue bim ? 
The aoqptre" shall not depart fn>m Judah. 
Nor the oommiuider'a staff ^ from between 

hia feet, — 
Until that be come in as a Shiloh, 
And ihiaii be the obedience vf the pocqilee : 
Binding, to the vine, his ass. 
And. to the ehoioe vine, his ass's oolt. 
He liath waj«he«l. in wine, his raiment. 
And. in the bl<jud of Krapen. hln mantle : 
Darker— hia eyt», than wine, — 
Whiter-his teeth, than milk I 

rZeboIon I <by a haven' uf sau> shall 
he settle duwn, — 

■ Cp. llL fl. S. 

* aS«M flod. iw. asa., Jfltt., 
Sml, Syt.): "And ia*' 

• Or : •• tiibeabip." Cp. w. 
IS, SSi. 

< evm.9. 

• "swre "— 0.0. 

llEveii he I by a haven* of shipi. 
With bis Qtinost part, npno * Zidon. 

IllsaaoharU an aas of strength, —<icmahing 
lietween the pens ; 
Tlien behaldeth he rest, that it is g"Xjd, 
And tbe ground, that it i» pleoHant, — 
Bo he hondeth his abuulder, to lifar. 
And bectimetb a tributary sen'ant. 

llDanil -Hliall vindtoate his people, — a« one 
of tlie tribes'" uf Isnu^ ; 
It Cometh to pons t)ut r Dan II taaaerpent 

upon the way, 
A hunted v-ipor. u)K>n the path, — 
That biteth the heels of the horse. 
And his rider falleth backwards : — 
<Fur thy salvatiuii> Itave I waited O 
Tabwoh ! 

llGadll |!a tronp' fttiall tninp on him. — 
But lhe<! shall tnmpon the n^ar. 

ilOut of Aflber;; fatness, ia Iiis fiKxl, — *' 
So ilhe;i setteth forth datutita) fur a king. 

tlKapbtalit is a sksnder hind.— 
That putteth forth antlers of beauty. 

<A fruitful bough> i;! Jdwpb, 
A fniitfnl Inugh, aver a fountain, — 
Branchoj, creeping over n wall. 
Su tliey attack him. and have i>ho>t, — 
So they encloeu lum, do the masten of 

But abideth, us, an enduring one, his bow. 
And tiupplt- are tixa annn of bi» hantlk, — 
From the band.s of tbe Mighty One of 

<Kn>m thence > is the ShepLerd. tbe 

St<.ine of I-srael : 
ypjm the God of thy father, who doth 

help ihee. 
And Goo ■ Aimigfaty.wbo doth bless tbe«, 
Bleasinga of the heavens, above, 
BleaaingB of the abyss.' couching be- 
neath, — 
Blessings of breasts and womb : 
'[The blessings of thy fathr^r;! have prevailed 
Over tbe blceeings of the perpetual mcnin- 

The ohann^ of tlie sge-abtding hills, — 
The.v turn out to be, for the bead of Ju«eph, 
Aud f'.ir tbe ervwn of tlio head, of him who 
wm« set apart from his brethren.' 


^ A W. V.r. <.'<ttir'. W.ttHUir 

eod.^ Kom., Jun., t^. 
snd 8}T..i T "unto" i;or 
" AS fur ii» *' — O.n. 

«1I1 : "tecptrw." 

*G(. -liA^Owci : .f»t- 

Dcmll iphiaftwd"— O.O.. 
O. Intro. lOU. iClian)ce, 
one at amply ngntupuif 
the letteia. and taUiw 
imek Uw wm from the 
bsflaaiog of T«r. 90 to 
tbs end o( vet. 19. j 

*Bq ft Shd be 'w. Sam.. 
Sep., BvT.}— U.I1. [mcrtl)- 
fitMnl fur Imw.) 

'Or: "narlDA dnc." 
Heb. : ifkOm, Oen. i. t. 

«8a it flhd b» tv. Sep,) 

^ Or; "beagtjr," "onn- 

> Or : " who wait the oen- 
M<crat«d aa« ith* niur) 
uf bis brvthien."— Tlib 
tnarvflltnudf vtmog and 
tender oetipuih of afV^. 
tine for Joae«k may be 
recorded ha Desring it* 
own wJtiw«K of iraanln^ 
nMM. All the iKultJii of 
Jacob's love fur Rscbrl 
is in It, logrtherwlth the 
patriamb's wen-known 
loodoeM (or her eldsr 


GENESIS XLTX. 27—83: L. 1-23. 


V ilBenjunintl « wulC thiht teoreth in piecod, 
<In the marnin9> he eAt4'th prey, 
And <»t eveatide> he dii-ideth spoiL 

« nAU th«»4 •« the twelve tribes' "f Israel.— 
And LithiaU u that which thuir father epftke to 
them, whrn he bleaewil them, 
Each nuLQ «evundly Kocording to the blooB- 
ing wherewith he blessed them. 

I^C J<ieo6 tfAofpei A^ Stmi to bury Aim m Ataeh- 
ptlalk. Bu Dtatk, and kU lt\iruU in Canaan. 

* Then ouniinandod he them. M»d said unto 
||I;| mm fthout to be* gAthetud unto my pec7ple« 
Bur>- me aiDung my fathmt,— within the cave, 
thiki is in ihp field of Kpliron tin- Hittite: 
in the c«ve, th»t i« Ui the field of Maeh- 
pelfth. which is over aKttiiwt M^mre, in the 
Uod of 0*nnan,— which Abraliwn iKMight. 
alunfr with the field, ftom Epbmn tha 
nitrite, for » poBBeasion of a huryinK- 
place: — 
r B <Thore> buried they Abraham .«nd S»r*h 

hiB wife, 
<The»> buried they IiU«c. and Hebukah 

hi* wife,— 
And <theTO> buried I Ixmh: — 
Vuyiug the field, luid the cave that ift Uwre* 
in. fmm the son* of Heth. 
II Su jaetib made an end of commanding hiii 
son^ and gathun^d up hi« feel, into tlio couch,— 
and oQoaed to breatbo. and wa« gathered untu 
GO ' And Jo«etih fell upon tlie f*ee of his 
father, and wept upon him. and kiaBt-d 
him 5 Then Joeeph commaodud hi« 

wtvantft. the phyaiciana, to embalm his Eatlier,-— 
K> the physiciana embalmed Israel. " And 

they ftiifilled for him forty days, for <ao> are 
Ibcy wont to fulfil the days of the embalmed,— 
and the Egyptians wept for liirn seventy 
dajiw ' And <when llu' days of 

wM'piiig for him wore pawed > Joseph spake 
unto till; huuM! of Pharaoh, saying,- 

<If. I pray you. I liave found favour in your 
eyes> speak ye, I pray you. in the cars of 
Pharaoh, saying : 

* llMy father t nude me swear, aaying,— 
Lo! ||I;< am about to die,-<in my grave 

which I digged' for roy»«-lf, in the land of 
Cftnaao > II there ii ahalt thou bury me. 
uNowll therefore, let me go up. T pray tbae, 
and bury my father, and retam. 

* And Pharaoh said. — 
Go up, and bury thy father, according na he 

made ibee swear. 

* So Joseph went up. to bury hit* father,— unci 
then went up with Iiim all the ^rvanu of 
PluuBoh the tilders of hii* houtse, luid *tU the 
cldeni of "the laud of Egjpt ;' and all the house 
of Joaepii, and Ids brethren, luid th« house of 
his father,— onJ/ < their little oneit and their 

flocka and their hcKlB> Idit they, in the Und 
of Ooaheo. • And there went up with him, 

both charititn, and horaemen,— «j it camo 
U3 pass that I the wimpany!! wan exceeding 
gi«at. *" And they came in. tm far as 

tlie thnwlung-aoor of the Buekthoni. which is 
beyond the Jordan, tlien waihsd they there—an 
oKoeeding grt-at and grievnua wailing,— and he 
made fnr hi* father a moiiraing, of (seven day*. 
>i And cwlieu the dwellrrs in tht land— the 
Canaanitas — saw thy mourning in tho threelung- 
floiir of the Buckthonj> they wud,- 
<A griovoua mouming> this ! for the 
<ror tlu» c*lifle> wu* the name thereof 
called. Abel Misraim,* which is beyond the 
Jordan. '^ And hitt nons did for him 

thus, as* be had commanded them ; " so KJa 
sonB earned him to tht-' lund of Canaan, and 
buried him in the cave of the field of Mach- 
polab.— which Abraham Ixjufiht— with the field 
—for a pOMewion of a buryingplace. from 
Epbton the Hittite. over againat Mamre. 
I* Then Jofleph returned to Egjrpt. ||he. and hia 
bivthnn. and all who bad been up with him to 
bury hia father ||— after ho had fnjried hiji father. 

|jR8. Joseph't Btrthren are afraid, hut rmstitred. 
Joseph dies and is anbaimtd. 

1* Now <wlieii tlie brotliron of Joseph saw that 
their father was dettd> they said- 
Oh ! if Jotteph should lie in wait for uH,— and 
Miould tetumi; to us. all the evil where* 
with we requit4?d him ! 
'• So tltey sunt in charge unto iFoMph. aaying, — 
iThy father'l gave nommaud. before he died, 
fwying : 
" <Thti» > shall ye my to Joseph— 
I Ah nirw '. do (orgivc. we pray thee, tho 

transgrtMHion of thy brethren and their 
sin. in tltat <with ovil> they ro(iuited 
:;Now|| therefore, grant forgiveness, wo pray 
thee, for the tfansgroaaion of the servants of 
the God of tliy father ! 
And Jueeph wept, when they spake imto 
him. " Then went hii brethrmt also, and 

fell down before him, — and 6»id. 
Behold us! thine, for aervaute, 
» And Joseph said unto them— 

Do not fear,— although <in place of God> 
I am'. 
» 11 Veil indeed, planned against me [evil!,— 
llOodll pUinnedit jforgood], fortheaftkenf 
doing, as at this day. to save alive much 
M llNowll theirefore, do not few! |;Il| will 
notui^ you, and your little ooea. 
Thus he omuoled them, and spake unto their 
« And Joeeph abode' in Egypt. ;lhe. and his 
father's housell,— and Joeeph lived, a hundtvd 
and ten years. ^ And Joeeph saw nEphraitn'sll 

• Ml : " MsvpUei.'* *lll: "peoplra." -Or : "iKmBfal" 

* The mouniiDtr o* ^^ Egyptisn"." 



GENESIS L. 24—26: EXODUS I. 1-21. 

flona of three generfttiona, —moreover H^eatnu 

of Machir. son of MauatMuhll wura bom upon 

Joe«^pb'B kuees. ^ Then uud Joseph 

unto his faretbren, 

Itlll «m about todic,-biit !]GodlI will llsarely 

oonwml! hirn*'If for yna.' so will he take you 

up nut of thiM l&nd, into tho land, which he 

itwuu U> Ahraluun, tu Imuo, aiid to Jaoolx 

• Cp : Ex. iiL 16. 

' Than JoHeph nude the ton» of Ixrael iwear, 
God will ilnirely oonoern || hinuiulf for you. 
So hIuUI ye carry up ray Iwnow. fnun henoe.* 
" 8o Joeieph died, buiug a hundred and ten yean 
old,— aud i\wy cnibolnuxl him, and put him in a 
r^ffin. in Egypt. 

* Some ood. [w. 1 oar. pr. 
edn. [1484], Sam., Sep., 

Srr*) add: "with ruu '* 



§ 1. Tht Son* of Itrarl in Egyjit brcmne a Titiniertrtu 
Peopitf nottcithstandinff Ofiprtsnon and Peril. 

, ' Now llthoscii are the namGfl of the Sana of 
Itinuil, who came into Egypt,— <with .Tacob> 
did each man and his houaehold come in :— 
3 Koubon. ^imcoiL, Levi, uid Judafa ; 
3 Ixiiaehar, Zebulun. and Benjamin ; 
* Dan and Naphtoli. Gad and Aabur. 
a And it came to pass titat nail the penoiu* 
who were descended f mm *■ Jaoobll were 
aeveuty auuls,— hut l|J<]<M'ph]( waa already in 
Egypt. ' So thon Joseph died, and aJI his 

brethren, and all that generation. ' But Ijthe 
SODS of Iiiraelll were fruitful, and nwarmed and 
multipUed and waxed mighty, with lexceeding 
Tigonrit,* — ao thjkt the land wa« filled with 
' Then arose a new Icing'' over Egypt, — who 
had not known Joseph. * 3u he said, unto hbt 
jieoplo, — 
Lo ! lithe people of the flom oF Israelii ore 
too many and mighty for tm I 
t*> Come nn ! let uh nhew oureaLvett wise with 
regard to them,— lest they »o multiply that 
it nhallcomD to pasH < when war ttefalletli 
uji>* that llthey aL-tnjj aboil juiu tbeiuM.>h'cs 
unto them who hate us aud shall make 
warupon usi, and then go up out of the laud. 
^1 So they iteb over them chiefN of tribute, to 
the end Ihuy might hnmiltatc them with thuir 
burdentv — and they built atore-citiefl for Pharaoh, 
oven Pithom and Kaamteti. " Uut <the mom 
they were humiliating th«ro> lltbo morell were 

Cp. Intro. Chap. 11.. 

SynoMfs, n, f-. 

* Proliaoty of a tvn^ga 
^naatr— KalJBoh. 

*fto it md 1» (V. Sttiu., 
Amm., Oep.) — U .o. 

■ Ml: *'«oul," coUeotire, 
«« often (= "penonat- 

^Hj: **tfaattaad oomeout 
of tbc tfatsh of." 

Ut. vnik mneknw, 
MueAnua'* — O.Q. M7» 

they multiplying, and Ithe morell were they 
breukiug forth,— «<j they wrre filled with alAnu. 
because of the «oni< nf Inrael. " And the 

Egyptians rigorou.sly'* made the aona of lanael 
serve ; >* and embittered their livoa with harsh 
service, in clay and in bricks, and in all manner 
uf wrrice In the field,— all their itervioe. wherein 
they rigoronnly'' inotle thnm uen^e. 
" Then said tht; king of Egypt to the Hebrew 
midwives, — of whom jthe name of the one| 
wan llShtphrahi: and jtlie name of the otlierl 
llPoahi:;— '• then lie naid — 

<Wh«n ye act as raidwives unto tho Hebrew 

womon> then shall ye look out for the 

SOX, — •• 

<If it is lla 8ou;> tliea shall yo kill it. 
But <if it is i:a daugliter|i> then tthftU it 
1^ But the midwivei feared God, and did not as 
the king of Kgypt spake' unto them. — but 
Huffcrwl'^ the male children to live. " Then 

called the king of Egypt for the midwivus, and 
Maid to tliem — 
Wherefore' have ys done this thing,— that jb 
should let the male children live? 
t*> And the uddM'ivea said unto Pharaoh, 

Because <not like the Eg^'ptiin woraeo> 

are the Hel^row women,— for'' they* an 

llfull of Hf 1, <cre yet tho midwife can 

come in unto them> they have givim birth." 

" 3c» then God dealt well with the midu-iveR, — 

and the people multiplied, and waxed exceeding 

mighty. ^ And it camo t«j pass, <.becauae the 

midwives feared God> that he made for them 


•Ml : "cnuthinsrlj'." 
*Or: "look upon the 

• N'.B. : CAiiMtin! ^ per* 

inlMur«. Ueb. : waUt- 

hepftpna ; Ut " nansed to 

'Or; "bat"-0.0.47i»(a. 
■"Art woAt tu bear" — 


EXODUS T. '22; 11. 1—25; HI. 1, 2. 


"Then ^ve Phamuti conunuid to all bin fwoplt*. 
Bsjing^ — 
rEvery bod that i« bom to itie Hebrewsll* 

<into the riv(>r> fth&il yv cut lum ; 
But <over3f claughtvr> chall ye iuffer to live. 

$2. Mo$nOieIMivtrtr: kig fiirlk, IU»cur. Ailoftion 
bjf PhAraok'i Ditiojhter, Ftrtt Atteuif>ttto hct/t 
Ail Kinnnen, atui taddrn Dtparturt U> Mtdiatty 
irhtrt kt dweUt tAenttforiit. 

I ^ And tbfm went a man uf the liuuic of I^v], ~ 
uid took » duightor of L«tvi. 3 \^^^ (i,^ womtin 
conocrived, and ban a Hun,— and she raw him. 
that h» was i a jfoodly (^hi]dll, lo she hid him 
thrve inonthn. > And < when she could no 

loogtr hide him> alio took for him an ark of 
paper-reed, and ooverod it uvnr vrith hitumun, 
ODd with pitch,— and pat therein thf> child, and' 
laid it among tho nifthM, upLin the innk^ of 
the river. « l*heu did hin Mot^r sution 

beradf at a dutaooe,— to h« what would be done 
to him. 
> So ttien tbo daughter of Fharkoh came down 
to bathe by the river, and Kher maidL*n)*i; were 
walking by the side of the river.— whi^n «he mw 
the ark in the midst of the nishva, and M.*nt her 
handmaid,nnd fetched it. 'Andahe opened, 

■ad beheld it — even the child, and lo ! ||a boy' 
wflepingB, — so slie took pity un ttiiu, and 


<0( the vhildn^n of the Uebtvw8> is jthia], 
^ Then said bis sister unto Pharaoh's daughter, 
8haU I go and caU tbee anurae, of the Hebrew 
women,— that abe may nurse for theo the 
* And Pharaoh's daughter 8aid to hec^- 
So the maid went, and called the mother of the 
cdiild. * And Pharaoh's daughter said to 

Tsko thi« ctiild, and nurae it for me, and {I III 
will give thee thy wages. 
Su the wuuiun took the child, and nursed 
it. '*> And the child grew, and she brought 

htu in Lo Pliarauh'M daughter, and he booamo 
her' son. And elie called his name Nfcaea,^ and 
For out of the wftter> I drew him. 
^ And it came to pass in those days < when Moses 
grew up> that he went out unto httt brethren, 
and looked on' their burdens, — and saw 
llan Egyptian!! smiting a ilobrew— of hi» 
brethren. ^ .So ho turned this way and 

that, and <wht>n he haw that there wiw no' 
nuui> he unote the Kgyptiikn, and hid him in 
the sand. ^ And h« went out on the 

• So It «bd tM> iw. Sun.. 
Onk., Jwi.. Vul !—*JM. 

» Mt. : *■ lip ■■ 

< I*ru1r. us fe:|ryi>ti>ui namv 
= "WMtcT-wi>nl," "mTM 
uutof irahT." NtJCetliat 
Pfaanob'a daoKbterla^a 
|hr. AtTTM an tae water. 
That the Hfthrawx should 
aflsrwsrds wst th« 

saoM u Belwew, in the 
sonss vt "lAswer oat," 
" dwHTerwr," wns nlieuvt 

iiieMtultk- ; thtiUKli •■vfn 
.Ii(M-litiUH wiiitfbt [<ir the 
nsnoan RtOf*^'^ ">^n. 
* Morv than " ' (w.w ' ' 
"lonkud on Ihnir htir- 
dEO«"— with ItficnKnuirk 
aad llvc4y sjmpaUijr. 

stnxjnd doy, and lo ! ,itwo Hohrwwsll striving 
together, — so he isaid to him that did the wrong, 
Wliarefore shouldest thou smite thy fellow 7 
^ And he said — 

Who hath set thee' for a chief and a judge 

over us? 
<To slay uie> art thou' thinking, as tboQ 
didt«t rtlny tiin Kgypfcian* 
TlK*n wiiH Mutes ufruid. and said — 
Surely' tliu thing U liknownll ! 
u So Pharaoh heard this thing, and sought to slay 
Moses, -and Muses Hcd from tiio faee of Pharaoh, 
and dwelt in th« land of Midian. and sat down 
by the well.* 
^ Now lithe pnceti' of Midianll luul ae^'en 
daugbteES, — and they came and drew, and 
tilled the troughs.* to water tlieir fatber^B 
flodt. " Then came the shepherds, and 

dravc them away, — so Moses nise up. 
and Buoouured them, and wstervd thuir 
Suck. ■■ Then came they in. unto 

Reucl their fatlier,— and lie aaidr 
Wherefore have ye so early' oomo in, to-day ! 
•* And they said, 

llAn Egypcianll delivered us out of the hand 

of the ■bepbo^B, — 
Moreovn- also' he |ldrew|| for ns, and watered 
the flock. 
^ And he said unto his danghters — 

And where is he ? wherefore is it that ye left 

the man ? 
Call him, that ho may eat bread. 
>) And Moeee was well-pleased'' to dwell with the 
man,— and he gave Zipporah his daughter, to 
Moses. ^ And she hare a wni, and he* cailled 
his name. Genhom.' — for he nnid, 
A HsojoomcrJI I am. in a strange land. 

g 3. ifote* eominittiontd from, t\i Bwning Buih to 
dtlivrr IiratL 

*■ And it came to pass <during those many 
day8>> that the king of Kgypt died, and the 
sons of Israel fiighed by reason of the mrritude, 
and lamentwi,— oud their tTj- for help went up 
lo God, by reason of the servitude. " And God 
heard' their groaning,— and God remembered' 
his covenant, with Abraham, with Isaac and 
with Jacob; '* so then, God looked upon the 
sons of Israel,— end God regarded.'* 

> Now llMoseall was she^erding the Rock of 3 
Jethro bin father-in-law. priest' of Midian,— 
ao he led forth the Hock behind the desert, 
and came in unto the mountain uf God. to 
Horeb. " TIten appeared the meooenger of 

• Puh. lA* well of thf dis- 
trict; but the art. nukj 
\mn nItOD) iDtiuwtc 
"»ped«»" iind = *' ■) 

• " tlr o ehif/utin Mxerciw- 
Ins iniMtlf (unctietu, " 
-I).U. «a. 

• •' liuttti*"— Kalwcli. 
^ "Willinji"— 0.0. 

•A up. v.r. \»rvtrj iw. ths 
BUM of M^., and Onk. 

MR.): "dw"-0.o. 

t s'* A sojourner Ihwv." 

tThtfTS is MMiuitliing pk- 
tbetic in oountiiuf h Uioe 
uf suspense or triul Xty 
"dayn:" Mat-nriii.-At, 

k N.B. : the ■olenm ■fft.vt of 
Umm rcpsUtions of the 
name " Uod " in vtmna 

t Cp. chap. ii. Ifi. 


EXODUS m. 3—22. 

Yahweli * unto htm. in * Buno of ftro. from Cbe 
midst uf tli« tlioni-buBli,*' — 8o he loukod. aud lo ! 
Ikthe thorn-husb.buruinf with 6ro|| and yet lithe 
thom-bushil woa not' ouiufumed. > And Mcmm 

Let mo turn iMido, pmy. and moo thin great 

sight,— why the thombuah |dotli not bam 

up I. 

* And Yahwah* mw. eh&t he turned uide to 
see^ — so God uallud anUi him, out of th* midat 
of the thoni-bu&h, and ^d — 

Moses ! M<iw>8 ! 
And he Batd — 
Dehold mc ! 

* AuH he »Atd — 

Do not riraw nigh hither,~piit off tby saitdals 
fn>m ihy fnnt, for [Itho plactt whpreon thou' 
art ftUuidin^ll is | holy ground {. 
' And he natd — 

llTll am the God of thy fattier, God of Abra- 
ham^ Uod of Inoan, and God of Jacob. 
And MoMMi hid hin faoe, fur he was afrmid to 
look upon God. 
1ThGn»aid Yabvroh, 

X have ItsocDl! the humiliation of my people, 
who are in Egypt.— and <thoir outflry> 
have I heard . by reafttin <t1 their ta8k-maat4>rB, 
for I know their painA ; " therofore liave I 
oome down to doliver them from the hand 
of the GgyptianA. and Co tako thorn up out 
of that land, into a land ^rood and large, into 
a land flowing with milk and honey,— into 
the plaoG of tho Canaanito, and the Hittito, 
and the Amorite. and the Periziite, and the 
Hivite. and the Jcbuaite. 

* llNowll tharefore, lo ! ;;tho outcry of tho sooa 

of I»nml|| hath ouma in unto me, — mureuvor 
also' I have soen the opproaniou, wliorewith 
llthti Eif>'pCiansl| ar« oppreaaing thiMn. 
!• llNowli therefore. oome thou ! that ! may «miii 
th«i unto Pharaf>h,— and bring thou forth 
my people —the aona of Israel — outufBIgypL 
U And Mosaa naid unto God, 

Who am II 1 1|, tliat I iihoiild go unto Pharaoh, — 
and that 1 nhould bring forth the soou) of 
Linu^l. uut of Kgypt? 
1* And lie naid — 

I will be' with thee, and lltluHlt <tothoo> [shall 
bo] the .•^ign. that ||1|| have Hont thee, — 
<When thou bnngmit forth the people uut 
of Egypt > ye shall do aorviM unto God, 
U)M>n * thiti mountain. 
u And Mow« raid unto Gi»d— 

liu! <as Huruly u i|I|1 go in unt^i the mniB of 
Israel, and say unto them, 
llTliL' Gud of your fatheral! liath flont mu unto 

•K.B.: Oiwt edled "tba 
m e uueu ggf of Yahwcb," 
ehwi (*«•. 41 "Ymhweb," 
thfn "Olid." (>. Gflo. 
xvitj. 1, 3, 17. »), 33,33, 
klx. 1. 24 ; alwi Otm. 
xxxii. 24, a<t, witfa fTus, 
icii. S, 4. 

which grows abundantly 

ia EhavfcbittrafSiiMki— 
' 8u Ihcn "the mammgtt 
of Yahwph" f»er. •*) 
tunu out Ui be "Yab- 

* Ueb. : 'irAjritA— OB in »er. 

• Or : " by." 

So surely will they lay unto me — 

What IB his name ! 
What shall 1 say unto them? 
>* And God said unto Moses, 

I Will Become wluktaoerer 1 please.* 
And lie said — 
llThuftll ebilt thou say to the sons of IsTmat, 
I Will Become hath sent me unto you. 
" And God said yet further* unto Mtwt-n — 

llThuiill iihalt thuu say unUi the xous of Israel, 
llYiihweh,*' God of your fathers, Cvixl o( 
Abraham. God of La&c.oudGodof Jacobi 
bath sent me onto you. 
irrhisll is my name to times age-abiding. 
Aud ithiBii my memorial to generation after 
geno ration. 
" Go— aud thuu shalt gather togotlier tbeetden 
of liumul. and ahalt say unto them — 
llYahweh. God of your fatJHirslI hath ap- 
jtoarod unto mo, tho (iod of Abraliam 
Isaac, aud Jacob, saying, — 
1 am Hoowraoilli for yuu.aod for wlukt w 
done to you in Egypt ; " thurefore do I 
I will brin^ you up out of the humiliation 
of Egypt.iutothBlaadof thoCanaanite. 
and Che Uittite, and the Amoriu*. and 
the Poriuiio, and the Hivite. attd the 
JebuHlt(% — tuio a laud flowing with milk 
aud honey. 
" 3o will tlioy hearken to thy voice, — and thou 
slMlt go iaHltbou. and the alders of 
Israelii unto tlie long of Kgypt. and ye 
shall say uuto him — 
llYabweh. God of the Hobrowail hath fallen 

in with us, 

llNowU therefore, let us go^ wo pray thee, a 

journey of three days, into the demrt. 

that we may saoriHoe to Vahwch, imr God. 

«■ But ill It know, that the king of Kg>-[>t will 

not suffer you to go, — not even by a firm 


'' 8n thfn I will put forth my hand, and .unite 

EgJ'pt. with all my wundera, which I will 

du in the midst tbereof.^and < after that> 

\w will Bend you forth. 

*' Tliui* will I give favour lo thia jieople. in (be 

oy(ts yjf tho Egyptians,— flo sliall it come to 

pa** that <whon ye do |ifo> ye shall not go 

I empty I 1 ^ but uvery woman shall ask of 

•To (nliuw Ihe weighty 
expiiiii-itKin »ubjuinra. it 
should Im> homo in mind 
ttist the Ui'brow ID T«r, 

14 is, MCond Ibia, 'frAynb 

'aahtr '^Sgrh, VUm in tb« 
flrtb Hoe 'ehg'k only ; 
thsn that jrrtAm'A t&km up 
ths stxmm ia virr. l.'V. 
" /fdvoA [th«> wurd rm- 
d(BM abnve "b«onui«"] 
does Out iflpoo ' Ui lio ' 
SMtatlallr or natal oMo 
slly, but T'l'*'u<f>'^'»>hy. 
... It !«*im evident 
that Id tliv >iow of tb« 

writer 'r'l.vA Uld jKitAwrA 
are the iiiuoe: that Oud 

15 '/A.«'Jk, ' I win be," 
whto Npoftklog of Uim- 

M!lf,siidyn&)wJk, 'HewOl 
Iw.'vbcDMMkm i>f br 
others. WbathewiUbe 
f« toft luiexiireNsol -He 
will b« nitb tli«ni, Imliier, 
strcn^hcoer, d«lir«rcir." 
— rrofeamrA. B. David- 
MWi, in HastJayn' Bible 
I>irtiooan-, Vol, II„ MB, 
[It will be ssn by ~ 
diMuimfaatiae thu 
above briaf anicNdtia 
th^ mesainauftbe Dl 
Nftnw (Yahwcb; t» fa 
BHeutial soocird with that 
affated is CbsDCer IV.. of 
tho Intruduotkm to this 
' " fls who bsoomrth." 
Cp. Intiv.,C1iap. lV.,p.a> 

bar nacMNMir. ud of bar that aojaQnteth in 
bar home, jewali * o{ cilvar. and jewel» ■ of 
goU. and mantlH,— and ye dioll put them 
upon jroor aona. and iipiin your daufrht«ni, 00 
ihatl y«8poi] Hw Effyiiciana. 

* Th*^ Twponded Mosos, and Mud. 

And k) : ^ titey will not Ijolievv me. noithor 
hearium to my voioe, — for tfaey will flay, 
Tahwph I hath not appeaivd unto tbeel. 

* And Y^ireh fjud unto him— 

What is this in thy band ? 
And bosnid— 

A staff. 

Cavt it to thv earth. 
And he cast it to the etarth. and it became 
a Aerpent, — kad Mcnee Bed f mm the face 
Untrapr ' And Yahweh aaid unto 

Put forth thy hand, iind tnke It by itJi tiil : 
So he put forth hi-s hanJ. and liuU hold of 
it, and it became a staff m hia hand :— 

* that they may believe tliat Yahweh. Uod of 
their fslber*,— *kfd of Abraham. Gtid of 
Isaac, and God of Jaoob— liatli appeared 
unto thee. 

* Then aaid Yahweh unto him. yet again— 

Bring. I pf»y thw. thy liand. into thy bosom. 
So he broiig'ht hi-i h»nd. into his boeom, — and 
then took it out, and In: |biAhand;i was Uiproutt. 
— like snow, ^ And ho aaid— 

Put back thy hand into thy bovim : 

80 be put bock bin hand, into hia boaum. 
—and then took it out of hia boaom, and 
lo ! it had come again, like Ida own fk»h : 

* thus shall it ciune to pass, <if they will not 
belicre thee, nor iMnrken t» tlie vuioe of the 
firirt' sign> then will tlit-V lK.-liuve t\w voice 
of the next' sign ; ** and it ttball oomo to jumb 
<if tboy will not believe ilev^n th««e two 
sijaut I iu>r heoricon to thy voiee> then ahalt 
ttioQ take of the water of the river, and pour 
it oat on the dry land.— w shall tlie water 
w)ikih thou haflt taken from the river. 
beoorme, yea it nholl tjeooitke ' bloi>d. on the 
dry land. 

1* And Moaaa aaid unto Yahweh— 

I*ardon, O My Ix>rd ! <not a tnan nf word8> 
am r, neither heretofore, nor sinee thou 
baat epnken nnto thy Jiervant, — for <he-avy 
(if mouth, and heavy of taagaif> I am'. 

" Thm Yahwph said unto him — 

Who' apiKunUHl a mouth' for man, or who' 
appointeth him to be dumb, f>r deaf, nr iw«- 
injt.or blind ? la it nut i;I Yahwuhilt 

** ftNow,! ihHrefore, go,— and il 1 will tm"' \rith 
tby niuuth. eo will I direct thee, what thou 
shalt Ai»0ak. 

" And he Koivl — 

Pardon, O My liurd ! iti>ud, I pray thee, \>y 
the hand of him whom thou wilt Jiend 

• Orr "Ardrle*." 

a m'-Altd raniKMa**— O.G. 


em- "by mpiAl- 
Ialra.,rhap. 11, 

Syonp^Lv R, e. 
* S.B. : Hob. : V»w4 a^in. 
oa in «hap. lb. 13, 14. 
lien - " I wUl Iwronib 
iky tcndiur." 

>4Then wm kindled the antrer of Yahweh 
agmiiut Mfi««fHi. and he said — 
la there not Aaron, thy brother, tlie Levite? 

I know that he* [lean ftpeaki. 
[Moreover al«o| lo ! ihe himwlf.i ia Doming 
furth tu meet thtH>, < an munsly aa he aseth 
tliee.'* mi eumly will he rujtiice in hia heart. 

I* Then blialt thuu Hptsak uuto hiui, and »halt 

put the wurda' in bid mouth, — and :|I|1 
will lie '' with thy moutli. and with hia 
muuth, so will 1 direct you wlist ye almll 

M And |[be[| shall apeak for thee unto tba 
people, — so ahaU it come to potw that ];lie|| 
shall becyimD thy' muuth, and ilthoui, shalt 
beoome to him aa God. 

IT And <this dtnS> take titou in thy hand,— 
wherewith thou liluLlt do tlie signs. 

8 4. Tka Hetnm of Mo9f4 to Egjfpt. 

^ 9o M>«en went and returned unto Jethro" hiA 
fatlutr-iti'Iaw. and said to him — 

t<et me go. I pray titee. and tvtum unto my 
brethren who are in Kgypt, tliat Z may aea 
whether they are yet aliVB. 
And Jethru aaid to Mombi : 
Go and prosper. 
»Tb&n aaid Yahweh unto Moses in Midian, 

Oo. return to Egypt,— for all tlw men are 
dead' who wore seeking thy life.'' 
* So Moaes took hia wife and hitt wns. and 
oauaed them to ride uixin the a»s, and he re* 
turned to the land of Egypt.— and Musea took 
the staff of God. in bin hand. " And 

Yahweh said onto Mcees, 

<WhBn thou goeet tu return to Bgypt> see 
•Cos touching all the wunilen whioh I have 
put in thy haQd> that thou do them IwfonD 
Pharaoh —but |Ij will let his lieart wai 
bold,* and he- will not suffer the puuple tx> 

** Then shalt thou say unto Pharaoh,— 
!lThu«[| saith Yuhweh— 
< My eon— my fiwtbtim > i» Israel ; 
" Thon>fore I twy uuto thee, — 

Let my wm go. that he may aerve mo, 
But <ir thou refuB? to let him gn> 

* Peril, deflaits: « "ths 

wiKilii tliat Ii0 (a to 
Hftf^tk " : but tli*i lutlele 
nu; bvlbafof vposiw" 

= '• wonla." 

* Ifpb. : ''A|"A, lUfuin. Cp. 
ctntp. ii). LS, 14 -, anil vur. 
12 ttbovB. 

■n;.: "^njl." Cp. EJi.T. 

* Or ; "I win rmh<iIdon Ws 

hMtrt." Nor wmA »ven 
thb i«id«ruif cauM) any 
to rtumblo : ivsiag that, 
jlrtt, all natmml vtemr 
Bud oootsffe eoms RtHo 
nod, «v«o wfaeo sbused 
hj ayfsx: and. *nntid, il 
Was lh« divine clemency 
which norvwl a> the direot 
otiuvaou for I'hamob'* 
emboldimiaa bfo heart to 
do evil, as taa hmuh of 

the nuTBtlve clearly 
diown toil. vii. lA. 23; 
▼Ki. 1M6, tt; t». r, li. 
H-»: X. 10. », it, 
xl. 1<>). Xerirrthclen 
Uu> tnumlntjon in the 
text above would wa^ 
fairer to the svemce 
OetUantal mhul. and u 
tbonragUy justifUble on 
the tw<i irmtind« 11 ; nf 
thi! kiiuwu character of 
Onl, A .d il thi- well- 
att«aAad Udtiuki ftf the 
Semitk! toBipiee. whibb 
erf soooalonied Co opeak 

gf aecMMimt as ci>i—*. HeS 
KaliMih. cited ja snMB- 
dix : sudOfiMoias's tUb. 
Utam. p. lao lAiher A 
Co.1. on. O.T. Ap. Kt- 
tiele. " Phamoih'* Booit. 
The Uardenlng uf." 


EXODUS IV. 24—31 ; V. 1^-21. 

behdtd lilli Hm Kcuing to lUay [thy* son. 

tliy' tinitlxim|. 

»• Ami it cara« to pass <on the wejt, in the 

rmtiri^-pluce fur thti night> time Yahwch fell 

upim him. and sought to kill him. ** So 

Zipporah took a sharp stouf, and cut off the 

fomtkin of her hud, and ca«t it down at hia 

f«rt," — and Raid — 

Surely, <a bridegmam by rites of bloofl> art 

tlinii' tit m« I 

»So hv. lut him go. 1 1 Then II it vu that 8h« 

A bridofrniaiu by rites of blood— 
witii reffard to the ritvs of oinwmoisinn. 

» And Yahweh naid unto Aatoo, 

Go thy way to mtn^i Moeeft. towards tlit* dewrt. 
So he went his vrny, and fell in with him in 
the mountain of God . and ki-vted him. ^ And 
Moace told Aaron, all the words uf Yahweh^ 
whcuv^itb he had sent him,— and all tlieMgnH 
wherewith he had charged him. ^ So 

Mosee and Aaron went their way, — and gathet^ 
togvther all the elders uf the suns tif iBmel. 

*" And Aaron epake all the w<.ml« which Yahweh 
had H[Miken unto Moses — and did the tiignH^ 
before the eye« of the people. " And tlie 

people believed', — and <when they heard UisC 
Tahweh bad concerned himself for the 8onH of 
Txrael, and that he had looked upon their 
humiliations then irmt they their heads and 
bowed them»oIvcH down. 

S 5. The Firtt Intrrvitw wHk Pharaok^ and 

5 • And <afterward8> Mosc« and Aaron wontin, 
and anid unto Pharaoh, — 
llThuBll s&ith Yahweli. 4Jod of Urael, 
Let my people go, that they may hold a 
fe-stivnl to me. in the desert. 
3 Then said Fharnob, 

Who is Yabwuh. that 1 should hearken to hi<« 

votoe, to let larncl git ? 
I know not Yahweh, and <certainly. lBrM*l> 
will I not Ivt go I 
' And they Raid, 

llThe fiod of the Hebrews || hath met witli ur, 
—let u» go. wo pray thee, a joomoy of three 
days into the desert, and aauriSoe to 
Yahweh our God, lest be fall upon ua. with 
pentilence or with sword. 

* And tlie kin^ of Bgypt said tinto tbem. 

Wherefore. O Mijww and Aaron, should y© 
lotMo the people?, frxnn their worka! 

Got you to your bunlenn. 
' And Pharaoh said. 

Lo ! <ni«ny— now> aro the people of the 
land,— and are ye t«» make them real from 
their burdens? 

* So tlien Phamoh gave comnuuid. on that day. 
unto the taskniaftters over the people, and unto 
their overseoro— saying : 

"^ Ye uliall no more give straw unto the people, 
for making the bricks. u» heretofore: Z«t 

• Ml : " cauHd H to toaeh hia feet." 

llthem: go iltbemselveBll, loabaU they gather 
for themselves straw: * NeverlbttleiB* 

<tlie fixed uumlier of bricks, which they' 
have lieeu making hervtofore> ahall yc lay 
upon thetn, ye aliall not diniiniah therefrom, 
— (or <kile> they are', <on thuaooount> 
it a that the/ are making an outcry^ »yniK, 
We must go our way, we muat^ sacrifice 
to our liod. 

* The twrvioe tuust be made heavy on the men. 

that they may labour on it,~and let them 
not pay regard to words of falsehood. 

*** Then went forth the tankmaittcrR of the pcujple. 
and thetr ovemioerK, and spake unto the people, — 
llTbuftll aaith Pharaoh, 
I am not' going to give you straw, 
'• Ye youi-w^lvej* gti fetch y*Hj istruw. of any ye 

txu find, — yi-t luith there not Ijtien dimi- 
niahed from j-our HcrvitM* a single thing. 
"So the peoplu disix;n*e<l thoniHelveH Ihnjiighout 
all the land of Egypt,— to gather Htubhle for 
straw: "jthe taskmamters I meanwhile, bein^ 
urgent, saying,— 
Complete your works, 

<The taak of a day> in its day, aa when the 
straw was provided'. 
>* Thsn were beaten the overveen of the suns of 
Israel, whom the toAkmasters of Pharaoh had 
set over thorn, saying: 

Wherefore' have ye not completed your taak 
for making bricks, <ati lierotofore> [so 
alsoll yesterday and' to-day? 
" Then came in the overseers of the soii8 oC 
Israel, and made outcry unto Pharaoh, saying. 
Wherefore shouldst thou do thus, tu thy 
" (]No straw I] is given to thy servants, yet 
<bricks>— they keep saying to us— make ye! 
And lo, j,thy servantsli are beaten— thuu do8t» 
therefore, wrong thy peopla** 
" But ho said : 

<ldle> ye are' — ilidJell <Dn this acoouno 
are llyeii saying, 
We must take our Journey, we must 
aaoriSoe tu Yabweh. 
" liNowii therefore, go labour, but astmwll shall 
not !ie (riven you,— yet <thc tale of Iirick8> 
nliall yH render. 
'• Then did the ovemecrs of the sons of Israel 
ncv tht'iiiMelvee to ttf in an e\-il case, when it 
was said, — 

Ye shall not diminish from }-our bricks — 
<the ta^k of k dny> in its dny ! 

* So they fell u|kiil Mimum luid u|ion Aaron, stat- 
tioning them«Ov<.-M to me«-t them, —as they ouoe 
forth f njra Fhnraoh ; " and they Hud unto them, 

Yabwi'li look' u|xm you. and judgw,— in that 
ye liave made us (kJiouh'' in the eyes of 
Pharaoh, and in the eyea of his fiervanta, 
putting a sword into their liand to slay ua. 



• Sumii cod. I.W. I ear. pr. 
cda., Oak. 318., ^.): 
■' that we may "— a.n. 

> Suit slid be («.aep. and 

Sjrr-!— Oji. 
« Ml : " mwlo 

our odottr." 


EXODUS V. 22, 23; VI. 1—27. 

> And Mom i -e tm ueJ unto Tahw^. and Mtid,— 
O My Loni* wherefore' liwt tittai unuttad tuinr 
to this peopla! 

Wherefore' now* didst thmi aptjd me T** *■ Bee- 
iug that cfraro whkt'dmi? I oune in tinto 
FfaHMob to Mfjtnk in tliy iuune> be hath 
HoDv harm to thiK pcopip, and then ha«t not 
I'deliverwdll thy pwipteL" 
O 1 Then tiaid Yabweh imtu Momvi, 

liNowIt tilialt thou m«, what I will do to 
Pbaratth,— for <wilb a xtmng handj> xJiall 
he let them go, and <with a «tmn(r hand> 
■hall be drive them out fruni hut land. 

S B. The CtrmmiMt'on of Mo*e» lywcwerfL 

* And CtixI^ «.pake unto Moaoa, — and aaJd unto 
bim — 

(till un Yahweh: 

* I appeared. tborBforo. unto Ahraham. unto 
Iwuic. aud unt<i Jacob, ah Qod .Mmi^rhty, 
— altlioufdi lb; tny name Yahvrehi: was I 
not made known to thcu : 

Mopoovor ali>o' I vHt«blisl)od my covanant 
with th«Di, to ffivti tiicm tbe land of 
Cnuaan,—„e%'un the land of their sojourn- 
inga whenin they aojourned 'i 

* Moreover abo' HlB heard the Efruaiilng of 
the aoaia of Israel, whom lltbe Egyptianali 
were holding in aervitudet— 

So then 1 mnembned my covenant. 

* Therefore' uy choa to Che soni of Israel- 
ii IJ am Yahwph. 
Tlierefore will I bring you forth from uuder 

the burdtius of Egypt, 
And will deliver you out uf tlieir strvicv, — 
And will redeem you with a ntrctchod-out 
arm, and with RTPat judgmenta; 
' And will tak^ you to myself, for a people, 

And will become your* God, — 
And ye nhall know, thnt i|I Yohwohll bid 
yoor God, wIjo bronght you forth from 

nndvr tlte Imrdenn of Egypt : 

^ And T will bring you int<.> the land' as to 

which I u|>lift«d my hand to give it to 
Abraliani, to Ivaac. and to Jacob, — rthI 
will givo ic to yoQ ilb an iitheTitanwt : 

ijIU am Yaliwali. 

* And Moms spake thus, tmto the Kona uf 
Inael,— but thoy hearkened not luito Mriee«» 
fchrougb ftbortnoK of Bfnrit.* tmd througb hard 
«rrvic*L " And Yahweb spake unto 
Moeea — Haying: 

" Go m. npeiik unto Pbamnh king uf Egypt, — 
that Ih! let tlie wnw of Isnu.'l go out of his 

" And Mo!M^ ^pake before Yahweh. naying, — 
I» ! !thf *onH 'M Iwaol'' have inrt hiarkenwl 
tmto mc, how then ^luill Pbaraob., livar, 
111' also being of uiicinrumviMed lipH. 

• Buna toA. IV. n «ar. nr. thing hut thai f " 

«dM. : "O Yahwoh''- *8om«ixKl. w.Sum., Onk., 

«Ji- Jno.i : ■■yuliwch"— UjL 

* <J|. O.O. ajt, l.e. • /,', **(UM?4lunig«DGIll," 
' Sditm the eitit>b«ni: n« " ilMheartciuncat." 

oraefa a* to ny— ** Auy- 

§ 7. Tht Otneainfff «/ JVomj and Aaron ; their 
Covtmiui0n conclwied, 

u ThuR then did Yahweh speak unto Moma and 
unto Afurun, yea he ^ve them a charge unto the 
Bonit of IivaeL, and unto Pharaoh king of Eg>-pt, 
— for the bringing forth of the Bonn of Israel out 
of the land of Egypt. 

1* l['rhi'aw|j aro the heads of tl»eir anoL«tnil house : 
<TI»e atmn of Reuben the first-buni of lsrael> 
Houoch and Pallu, Hezrou and Carrai. 
llTlieaeii are the familiuu uf | Reiibtiul. 
" And <theflonaot 3iuif»^n> 

Jemuul and Jamtu. and Chad and Jochin and 
Zohar, and Shanl. thi^ wm nf a Cniuumiteds. 
jThoBell are the fanttlit-nof | Simeon]. 
1* And I thcac,| aie the names of tb)f son« of Levi' 
by their generationa.' 
(jurehon, and Koh»th_ and Merari, — 

And lithe years of Ute life of LevI'J were a 
hundred and thirty-seven years. 
" <Tlin Kon« of G(>rKhon> Libni and Shimei. 

by their familit^ 
'" And <tlu> iiunK of Kobath> 

Amnun and Izhar, and IIet)run.nnd Uzziel. 

And lithe years of the life of Kohnthjl 

were a hundred and thirty-three ycatK 

'* And <the BonJi uf Merari> Mahli and Munhi. 

nThesell are the f*miIio* of the LcvitcR. 

by their gcnentioiut. 

^ So then, Amram took Jodielied. his father's 
sistur.^ to himself to wife, and she bare to him— 
Aaron aud Mutioa. 
And lithe ykAK of the life of Amram || were a 
hundred aud thirty -so vuu. 
"' And <tlie mnH of Izhar> 

Kontti and Xi'ptieg. aud Zicbri. 
** And <thes(msuf V7sueii«l> 

Miahael and Klzaplian, and Sithri. 
** And Aaron tix«k Elirtbi-'ha, daughter of Ammma- 
dab, sister of Nahsbou, to him.wlf to wife,— and 
she bare to him— Nadab. and Abihu, Eleozar. 
and Ithamar. 
^ And <thesonsof Kon}i> 

At^ur nnd Elkanah.and Abianaiih. 
|i Thft«?ll an? the famlHw of the Korahitea. 
*■ And ElcQxar, non of Aaron, took to himself [one] 
of tlio daughters of Putiel. to himself to wife, 
and she bare to him Phinehaa." 

llThoaell ore the heads of titc fathen of 
the Levites, by their families. 

>* [iThe 8ame[| Aaron and MostM,— to whom said 
Bring ye forth the sons of Israel out of the 
limd of Kgj^it, ai-cnrding to their Iui8t«: 
** lliey who wcro to i«jK<ak unto Pliaraoh king of 
Egypt, tf.! bring forth the wms of Israel out of 
Egypt : ilThe sume:{ Mows and Aaron.'' 

■ By thia greater fulncM of 
MqirvMOun, inik«tiiii|r up 
llic reader ker^ to expnil 
nutfe dflCoUti. 

*• Prob. mervlr t fcanala 
vumlnT tit ub father's 

■ riunehiM wUI tM> WHat«d 
iMtrroti: Num. xxv. 7-13. 

* Xfrfe ht-rr, nm, the 
•olfinu iilfoUlicatlon of 
MuwB aud Ajiimu n» the 
ennrn nf Uws pnrvioiis 
Ipmealoifiei ; uid. aetami, 


EXODUS VI. 28—30; Vn. 1—25; VUl. 1. 

" Thus oamo it to |muh, tlmt <ou b mrt&in 
djiy> Yahwvh dpalcD unto Mumw ui tlw land of 
£f{yp^ " ^ iiviu Yahwoli spake 

ontu MosoB sft/inic — 
Hill am Yahweh: 
Spoak Uiou unto Pbaraoh king dF E^.vpU 
alt that lilti am speakiuK uuut Uilh.-. 
■> And Mnw-a aaid brforp Yaliweli, — 

Ijo! III! am of uncircumcued lipH, huw tlwn 
■will Pharaolt' I liRarken uut*« iiio| ? 
7 ' Then naid Ynlnreli unto M'jecs— 

Sue ! I havL' nj)puint*xt ttice to bo Gud unto 
Kianwili.— *n€t I Aarun thy brothorii shall 
be thy pmphet ! 

* n'rhoiill shalt ^pvuk all titat which I may 

Rommand thei*. und y Aama thy hrutliorli 
sliall Hpeak unto Pharaoti, and he shall" lot 
the BoiM of Israt-l f^) out uf his laud. 
» But ;ill| will Buffer'- Pharaoh to harden his 
bnart, — so will 1 multiply my signs and my 
wondt?r«. in th« land nf Kgypt, 

* And Pl>arM>h will not ht-arkcn unto you, *> 

»-ill I lay my hiind on lil^'pt,— and brin^ 
forth my hosts -my ijeople. tho sons of 
lamel. out of the land of titfypt, with groat 
" And the Egyptianpi shall know that ;,I,i am 
Vflhw'tth, wh^n J havi; utretclitjd furth my 
hand nvnr Eyypt,— and brouKht fnrth the 
huim of lnrnt.4 out of their midst. 

* And Mo)«w and Aaron did [w>], — <»« Yaliweh 
(NimmiindHd th^ni> i;»o„ did they. ' Now 
IlM<M»B«!i wa« eighty years oW, and ||Aan>nl) 
eighty-three yuan old.— when they spake unto 

g 8. 4 prv/mimry Wotuttr wtymffht hefarr 

* And Yahwfth npake unto Mik-tes and unto 
Aaron, saying: 

* <When Pharar.h nhall speak unto you saying. 

Shaw for yoursclvM a woader> 
than ahalt thou Hoy unto Aaron, 

Taku thy staff, and atM. it down Ix-furt? 
Fharaoh. let it l»ecome a 8ea-j*!rpeut. 
'* So MoHCs and Aamn wynt in unto Pharaoh, and 
did BO. aa Yahweh hwi commanded, —and 
Aaron cast down his staff befure Phnraoh 
and before hia aorvant^i. »ud it bocamE- » :tca- 
aerpeat. " Then caUod Pharaoh also 

for the wise men and for the magicians, — and 
llthey tooll <the aacred KcrilH>e nf Eifypt, with 
their secret artA> did in like manner ; i^ y^^ 
they caat down each man hw Htaff, and tliey 
liecamu aea-serix-ntji, — hut Aamn '8 staff 
awalUm-ed up their sUvea. '» Then waxed 

hold tho heart of Pharaoh.* and he hearkened 
not unto them,— u spake Yaliweh. 

the chan^o frma ** Aaron 
and Mdoca" at the b«- 
euminR ot the natagmfdi 
to ")lu«Ctt aua Aoiud" 
at tbo end— reminding 
uno of the ehaiue ftum 
" BamabaM and Saul " h> 
"I'auland Bamatn*" in 

*0i.: "that he may." 

Cp. chap. vi. U.— O.n. 
*fl« chap, Iy. ai, d., and 

O.T. Ap.; "Phanwih'd 

ITcart— Uie Bajvli^iuiuF 

' 2!. n. 

g 9. The P^rat Plague: tlu Woten tumrd to Btnod. 

>* Then ttaid Yuhweh unto Moaea, 

ijDuU i» tUt* heart of Pharaoh. —be bath 
rvfused to let tlio people \gn. 
t' Get thee unto Pharaoh in the moming~lo ! 
he i» coming out to the waters, thcn^fore 
shalt thou station thyself to meet him. on 
the Irtmk' of the river,— and <tbc ataff 
which was turned into a «!rpent> »halt 
thuu take in thy hand. >" Then ahalt thou 
say unto bim— 
UYahweh.God of theHebrewal bath sent 
me unto tliec. saying, — 
Let ray people ^ < that they may wrve 

me in the donert, — 
And lo ! thou ha«t not hearkened, 
" llTbusI sttith Yahweb, 

iUerel>y;i sbalt thc<u know that .III am 

Yahweh,— J 

Lu ! II III am smiting with tbe staff that is in I 
my hand upon the waters that are in the 
rivur. and they nhall be turned to bloud : 
^ and 'I the tliat xa in the river'l shall 

die. and the river lethult be kiatbijomel, — 
and the Egyptians l^^hoU disdain; to 
drink water out of the river. 
1" And Yahweh Baid unto MoBwi,— 
Say until Anron — 

Take thy M&Sf, and atietch furth thy hand 

over the w^terb of Egj'pt,^ over their 

streams, nver their rivers ." and over their 

pools, and over all their oollectinnfl of 

water^that tliey nuiy hecnme bli»od, — 

no shall thrtm he blood, in all thu land of 

Kgypt, Ixith in vesselft «if wood, and in 

vetweU of atone. 

"" And Moaeu and Aaron Ididsol, wt Yahweh 

Dommanded, and be lifted high the staff, and 

smoto the waten which were in tbe river, before 

the eyc« of Pharmoh, imd before the eyes uf hia 

servants,— and all tlie water? which were in tbe 

rivor [were turned to blutxl ; " oihI nthe fish 

that was in the river] died, and the river 

Ibccame lDuthsome[,sotbat tlieEgyptianfe could • 

not drink water out of the liver, — tbuK came it 

to poM that blood waa in all tliu land of Egypt. 

^ And the sacred Moriboa of Kgypt did in like 

manner, with their secret art«,— ho the heart of 

Pharaoh waxed bold, and he hearkened nut unU> 

them, as ^lake Yahweh." =* Then 

Pharaoh | turned away] and uuten-d into his 

hout«— neither ap)jlied he liis heart |fvi«ntothiAl. 

** And all the Kgyptiau.-^ digged round aliuut th<» 

riviT.forwateriu drink,— for iheycould not drink 

of the water of the river. "^AndtieveDdavN |woio 

fulfilled',— after Yahweh liad amitteu the river. 

% 10. The Second Ptoffue : Froff$. 
' Then said Yahv-eb untd Moii>ea, £ 

Go in unto Pharaoh,— then shaJt thoa ai.v 
unto him— 

» lit. " lip." •- ■• Ciutala " -KaJtwh. « Cp. dup. iv. IL 



iVThuH I Miith Taliwoh.— 
I^t my people go, thmt Uwy nuiy nerve me> 
> But <if th«a art irafusiimr.l to let tlwai 
g>i> to! II 1 1! am pUfpiing all tliy luun- 
d&ries witb trogtt ; * ^ »u ediuU tJiu ri%-er 
■wann with frogii, and ttiuy stiaU come 
up. and untor iiitu lliy houM% and uitu 
th; 1je«lclianiber. aud upuii th^' couch,- 
and inU) the bouao ol thv Mir^'antn. aud 
AWuug thy puiiple, and iuto thine ovens, 
and into thy kneading-trougha: '<lioth 
a^nst thee, and a^oat thy people, and 
agaiuiit all thy aervantio »h^i come Dp 
the frogs, 
' Tb«n said Yahvreh unto Moaaa, 
day unto Aaron — 
Stratoh forth thy hand, with thy staff, over 
tbe stroama, over the rivers, and oi-er the 
pooU,— and hring up tho frogs. ov«r the 
land of E^'pt. 
< Su Aanm Ktn>tuh<>d forth his hand, ov^r the 
waten of Ktrypt, -and the fmg came up, and 
ouvaivd the land of EgyiA. 
^ Anil tht^ NocrMl Ncrilwa did in tike manner, 
wilh their cecret art«. — and hrttught up fmga, 
(i«-i'T the land of Egypt. "Then 

imlted Pltarmoli for Momh and for Aarun. and 
Make untreaty unto Yahwi*h, that hr take 
aMikv the ftvgw frtnti im*. und fnim my 
|Hia|]le. — and I niuAt lut tlto iRiipli.> gu. that 
ihey may nacrifioe Ut Yahw^-h. 
* And Moece naid to Phanioh — 

Kxplain thyoL-lf unt^i uve:* <yi>r what 

tifoo shall 1 aialci? untrmty for thee, and 
for thy Mrvanta, and for thy pe«>|j|e, to 
cauAe the frogs to be out off, from thee, and 
fniui tlty huukofl,— <Dnly in tlieriTjr> shall 
tiM>v n^main? 
'• Aiid he Haid — 
Kttr tu-niumiw. 
And he aaid — 

Aorurding to thy word I that thun mayoat 

know, tliat there is none' like Yahweh. our 

God : " MCI tlu? frogw «hall depart— from 

tiuw. and from thy houses, aud from thy 

wrvantd, and fium thy people, — <oiily in 

the river > ahatl they remain. 

^ Then went fortli Moaes and Aarun from 

Pharatih.— aud Mueea nude outcry unto 

Vahw«<li, over the matter of the tvtgn, which lie 

tiad appoinftd for Phanob. " And Yahweh 

tlMf MMording to t)>e wf»d of Meeet,— and the 

fro9» died, out of tfie hua-iee, and out of the 

yanla,* mad out of the Belds ; >' and tliey piled 

tbflB up. beape — hei^M.'' — &t>H tlw I»nd became 


» Bat < when Pharaoh saw that there had oome 

* nspiw> then made he \m hwirt dull, and 

iMfefltiFoed nut unto them,— as wpako Yaliweh.*' 

EXODUS vui, 2— aa. 

• *' Mntaa»-«roaker». — 

' • . 1' tj otti ma!" — 

' i,fr . "•aelotore*." 

or m*t1»-TaT4«. dlMtinet 
fr ' ind troiD 

*C;. , a,Syft. 

• Cp. dup. Iv. tl. 

jf IL Thr ThintPtn^ue: OtwU. 

>*Tben said Yahwt-h unto Muses, 
Say unt«> Aan.>ii — 
9tretch fiirth thy staff, and smite die dutit 
of the land, — eo ahall it booome gnats lo 
all the laud of Efrypt. 
" And they did «i, and Aaron itretched forth his 
hand with his staff, and amoCe the dust of tlte 
land, and there came to be guata, antuog 
men, aud among beiaits, — llall the dust of the 
landll became guats* jin all the land of 
Egypt |. ^ And thr saored scribes did in like 

manner, with thetr neuret arta,** to bring forth 
the gnats, but they could not** So there 

came to be gnatfi. among man and amoog 
beaats. " Then said theaacredaorifaea 

unto Pharaoh, 

<'nie Kngcf of God> it is I 
Bui the heart at Pharaoh wated bold, and be 
heariuned not unto them, ae spake Yahweh." 

S 12. The Fourth PUiffW : The Gad-fy. 

* Then aatd Yaliweh unto Moeea— 

Rhte thou early in the muming. and station 

tbysc'lf before Pharaoh, lo I lie ts coming 

forth tu the watera,— then shalt thou say 

unto him ~ 

llThuK I saith Yahweh : Let my people 

go, that they may aDrvo me. " But <if 

tliuu art nut' letting my people go> 

IjelHikl me ! sending furth—agaiuHt thee, 

and against thy servanU. and against thy 

people, aud against thy hounve, the 

gad-By, —and the houses of the Egyptiuni* 

shall bo full of the gad-By, moreover ulsu' 

the ground wbereon lltheyl are: <° then 

will I make to differ, on that day. thv 

land of (joshen, wherein my people do 

dwell, so that there shall nut be. them' a 

gad-fly ! in order that thou maymt Itiinw, 

that III. Yahweh II am in the midst of the 

land ; ^ so will I put a aejiaration betwixt 

my* puoplo and lliy' |)t»uple. 

<By tO'morrow> iifaall come to pass this aign. 

** And Yahweli did' w>, and )>n>ii)(ht a gnevuuj 

gad-fly unlo the house of Pharaoh, and the 

houw^'' of his aervanta. and' in all thv land of 

^>gyi^ and' the land was laid waato, by reaauu 

of the gad-By. *■ Tht-n did Pharaoh 

cry out— unto MoeM, and to Aaron, — and said — 

Go your way . sacrifice to yxHir U(k] I in the land !- 

M And Moses said : 

<Not met't> is it. tu du thua, for <an 
abomination tu the KgypUani > wi* should 
sacrifice to Yabweli uur Uod. 


*Hu»iqi. T.r. L»*>n>). And 
(«> is Mimf cixl. w. Syr.) 
it in bttb u-rUl'm moA r*aM. 
fintotherood. [W. 8«ji,): 
" and in kH Ihi* du»t of 
t]i« lan4 lh«T«oamfi to k? 
fpiaUi"— U.n 

• Here, at last, they ^sU. 

• (>. dnp. i<r. SI. 

• A iq>. v.r. {tmir): "and 
into the houMS." In 

aoaMoud.tli« "into" fai 
both vrtutn and rvrtd— 

* A sp. v,T. \*'vih umits thin 
"and." fVmw «■!. [w. 
aam.) omit it t)r>th in 

'Thifl "and" ilid M In- 
MTtod (w. eum., Bvp.}— 
Uji. [Not foiuid la 


EXODUS Vm. 27—32; IX. 1—19. 

Lo 1 oculd we fwcrifice tliat which u ftti abomi- 
niitinn to the E(ryptiaiM before their eyes, 
itiid they nut ittone uh?' 
" <A joumay of throe dayH> munt we p>. in 
the desert,— tbon will wosaori6oetoYahweh 
our God. M II Yftbwehll b»th said^ unto w, 
» Thttu said Pharaoh : 

III II will let you go — no shall ye saorifice to 
Yahwoh your Cfod. in the deaert, only' ye 
hHaII not go a livery long;! journey,— make 
ye entreaty for me. 
* And MowB said : 

Lo! II 1 11 am going out fmm th«e. and will 

make entreaty unto Y&liweh, Mt will hv 

take away the gad-fly— from Phurauli. fmm"' 

his servanix. and Irom hiH people, ti>> 

morrow, — only' let not Phanwih ngain' 

deoeiw, ill not letting the people gu^ to 

Nicrific*' to Yaltweh. 

^ So Mottea went out fmni Pharaoh, — and ina<1e 

entnaty onto Yahweh. '* And Yahwuh 

did' aooording to tht* wurd of Moaes, and took 

away the gad-fly, fruin Phamoh. fnnii" lii« 

aervjuitM. and fnim W\» pf-'«»|>le-,— there n;uuuneH 

not ;one[. '*' And Pharaoh made liia heart dull. 

[this time also [,— and did not let the people gu. 

S IS. Thf Fifth Plofftu: PfHilenee amona lh« Cattle. 

1 Then aaid Yahweh unto Mose^ 

Go in unto Pharaoh,— then aholt thon aay"" 
unto him— 
llThusll fiaithYahwnh. God of the Hebrews, 
Let my ppople go, that they may wrve 

* But <if irefiisingi thnuart'U>Ii*tthemgo, — 

andstill'art h"ldingthemfattt> ' lo ! lithe 

hand of Yahweii i; in cumiiig un thy cattle. 

which are in thu field, on the horseti, uu* 

the aosee.ou* the camels, on the hexda, 

and on the flocka,— |a very grievous 

pestilence | ; * and Yahweh vnll make a 

difference between the cattle of Israel, 

and the cattle of the Egyptians,— bo tiiat 

there shaJ] not die from among all that 

pcrtaineth to the som^ of Israel |a thing 1 1 

^ And Yahweh appointed a aet time— »«aying,— 

<To-morrow> will Yahweh do this thing, in 

the land. 

* .So Yaliweh did' this thing, on the morrow, and 
all the cattle of the Egyptians died, — but <of 
the cattle of the non» of Txrael > died not 
one. ' And Pharaoh Mmt, and fu I there 
had not died of the cattle of I»nu!l.' |mt much as 
onej. But Pharaoh h heart became 
dull, and he did not let tlie people go. 

• Or: <L**If we ■hoiilil 
•iKriAco kh ftbumiiuiUitii 
to the KgypUfuu Iffore 
tbeir eyea > wonid they 
no* rtone M ! " — Gp. 0.0. 

*8uit did be (w. Sep.,— 
G.n. [Rwnlt of n- 
gniupbc lettcTiL and 
iUmmg fur aborevia- 

< Sonwcnd. :w.Siun., 800., 
8>T,i ; "aud fnan' — 

* Ml : " Kp«ak " ; but aonic 
cod. iw.(s»im.,fet'ii.,H)rr.; 
haveilit.,-; "a»y '— iJ.n. 

• Sumc ood. [w. Ktun., Hep., 
8yT.): "andon"— Oji. 

' SDmc cod. >. 1 «»r. pr. 
cdo., SuD., Joa., 8tp.) : 
" tJi* ton* of I*. "— O.B. 

g 14. Ttu Sixth PUiffue: Puatula on Man «mi 

* Then said Yahweh. unto Mcnea and unto 

Take yitu. your hands full of the asheR of an 
oven,— and Moses Hball waiter them towards 
the heavens, before the eyea of Phan»oh ; 

• then shall they become fine dust, over all 
the land of Egypt,— and shall liecumt; un ^ 
man and on beaat. a burning sore, breakiuy ^ 
out in pustules, in all the land uf Egypt. 

J" So they took the aKhi-w of an ot-cn. and stood 
liefore PluinMih, and Momw scattered them 
towuHn the lieavena,— and it came to paaa that 
there waa a burning sore, in pUBtolcs breaking 
out, among men, and among beasts ; " and tfas 
iMcred acribca could not stand befoiv Mueea. 
becauae of the bumtng sore, — for the burning 
M»re ha«l oorae on the sarred nerihes, and nii all 
the EgyptianK." " But YaJiweh let th« 

heart of Phamoh wax )x>ld, and he hearkened 
not unto them, — as spoke Yahweh unto Moaea.^ 

I1&. The Sewmth Ptague: BaiL 

>■ Then aaid Yahweh unto MoBea^ 

Rise thou early in the morning, and station ] 
thyself hefove Pharaoh, — then ahalt thoa j 
say unto him — 
llThuali saith Yahweh. Ood of the Hebrews, 
Let my people go. that they may serve me ; 

'* for <ihiatime> am itlll aending all my 

plagues unto thy heart, and amongst thy 
sorvantH, and amongst thy people, — to 
the intent thou mayest get to know, that 
there is none' like uiu. in all the earth. 

u For <now> might I liave put forth my 

hand, and tonitten tliee aud thy people, 
with pestilence, —and thou shouldat have 
secretly disappeared from the earth ; 

1* but I in very deed| <for this purpo«c> 

have I let thee remain," for tlie purpose 
uf shuwing theo my might,— and that my 
name may be celebrated in all the earth. 

" <Kven yot> art thou exalting thyself ovct M 
my people, — in uot letting them go ? I 

>" Beliotd me ! raining down jabout thia time 
to-morrow I an exceeding heavy luul,-> 
uioh as Itath not been in Egypt, from the 
day it was founded, [even unto the 
present time. | 

'* llNdWil therefore^ a«nd — liring into safety 

thy cattle, and all that thou ha»t in the 
field, — <as touching all mim and beasta 
which shall l»e found in the field. 1 
shall nut l» withdrawn into shelters 
hail shall ctnne down upon them, 1 
shall die. 

• 8<nno w»d. w. 8ep., Hjt,, 
Vul.]: "■.11 thulaiHl of 
Egypt"— G.n. 

»■ C> diap. iv. itl. 

* In eridtmt contrast toout- 
ting him uir " notTBtly." 
Ml: "esnaod tbM to 

ntand," or, "let 
KtMiul " : yet ptoial 

th^ubuv<>t(eQ*«. Ai ^ 

dillerent Lhlng froin rn^ \ 
atiag lum M^oally for ] 
so «ri] dwtiny. 

EXODUS IX. 20—35; X. I— U. 


* 'rHe thftt feftffid tboword of Taliweh, Mnong 
the iervMits of Phftnohll nuule his aervuts and 
his ualUe flee, onder shelter: "bat llwhoeo 
spfilied Dot his heut onto th« word n{ Vshwebfl 
left his uerfants sod his c&ttlo, in the field. 

° Then said Yahwoh unto Mowa — 

StTL'tel) forth thy hand over the hMmn, 

that tlierv mny be hail, in nil the land of 

£|r7pt,— on nuui and on tteatit. and on eveiy 

herb of the fleld. in the huid of Efrjpt 

s So titaae* stntched fnrth his aUkS over the 

he»*eDa. aod llYshwehi gave forth tluinder- 

ingB * and hail, aod then*« lire, cowards ibe 

earth,— and Tahweh rained dovrn hail, on the 

land \A Eg>-pt. ** Su thons cas» to be hail, 

and 6re catching bold of itAelf .■> in the midst of 

th(t hail,— exceeding heavy, nuch ss had Dot 

tM«D in ail the land of Kgypt,' from the ver7 

time it became a nation. * And tbe hail 

«mote, in all the land of Egypt, all that 

wan iu the field, both man and beast,— and 

<ev«ry herb of tbe field> did the hail 

smile, and <every tree of the field> did it 

shit-er. *Ouly' <in the Und of Goshen, 

ffbere were the sons of lsr»el> was there no 

haiL *'Then sent Pharaoh, and 

called for Moses and for Aaron, and said unto 


I have sinned this time,— lYahweh'l in the 

righteous uiie, and iil and my peoplel: ate 

the wrong-doera. 

■ Make yv request unto Yahweh. and ii shall 

be enough, withoat there bmng any mors 
thanderingn • of Qod, and luul,— and I 
mast' let you go, and not again' eliall ye 

* And Mnans said unto liim, 

<As auun as I am g<<it« uut of tho dty> wdll 
I spread nut my handti' unto Yahweh,— 
lltlie thundoringsll sliall cease, and '\t]w 
hailj Khali come no mure,— tliat thou 
moyeet know, that <to YsJiweh> be- 
longeth tho <^a^tll. 
** But <.a» touching tbfxi and tliy M;rvant8> I 
know, that not yet' will yo stand in awe of 
Yahweh Eluhim. 

* Now litheBoxandtheliarleyj were smitten,— 
for BtliB barieyil was in tho ear, and Rtlie flaxH 
was in floweri "but I! th? wheat and thespeltjl 
were nut Mnitten, — for ttiey' were ,;not ripell 

■ 3o Muees went sway from rhsraoh. out of 
tbe city, and spread out his liands ■ unto 
Yahweh,— then did the thunderings and tbe 
hail ceoito, and !1 rain II was not pnured out on 

* And <when Pharaoh saw tliat the nun and 
the Itail and thi? thunderingrt hod ceanod> ho 
acoitt sinnod,— and mode his heart dull, ||he. 

•JO: "wAoss." "•obos," 

kOiBinwtMi. So Pu. H.L. 
"That to. BsaImw 1)1 
liirhtnin^, fw laJi.m^ •>» 
(ir Mluvmy the uthtn-'* 
-KoUwh. -IJL. : flie 
»*Mi»M kolj ofilt^i/ . . . 

OKI -T"**"™ duW- 

<nu>"— O.O. S44-. 
• 8rime eod. (w. Sara., 

Sep.): "hod not fasouin 

I^TPt"— Oji. 
'80, oftfci, th« "onhoTta- 

tivp," in word* upokvn 

undiT a MnnB of oocapul- 

■Ml: "palnu," 

mx»A )iit> sorvnntMll " And the heart of Pharaoh 
waxed Ix>ld, and hn did not let tho mios of Israel 
go, — as ftpake Yahweli by tho hand of Mosee. 

ilO. The Sightk Plaffw: LoeutU. 

1 Then said Yahwoh unto Moees, 10 

Go in unto Fhoraoh,— for |{Ir have suffered 
his heart bo be dull, and the httart of 
his servantit, that 1 may mIviw these my 
signs, in their midst ; "* and that thou 
mayust recount in the eani of thy wm. and 
thy son's son, what I did in derision of the 
f^^ypdans, and my Hign:S. which I displayed 
among tbem* — so sludl ye know that 

111 I urn Valiweh. 

* And Moses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh, 
and said vntn hiru— 

llThns;! Hoith Yaliweh. God of the Hehfews, 
How lung* hast thou refused to humble 

tbytH'If before me! 
Let my |)eup)e go. that they may servo me. 

* But <if ilrefusingi! thoa art' to let my 

people gD> behold mo bringing in. U^ 

morrow, a locust, within thy bounds; 

B and it shall cover tho eye of the land, so 

that one aliall not be able to see the land, 

—and it shall cat the resadue thut hath 

escaped, that is left you from the hail, 

and shall eat up oil the trres that npronfc 

for you. out of the field ; • and they shaH 

fill thy houseH.and the houses of all thy 

ttervfuttH. and tho houses of all tlie 

Egyptians, such as thy fathers and thy 

fathers' fothsrs have never seen, from tha 

day they came to be on the ground, until 

this day. 

And he turned away, and uame out from tbe 

prcnenoo of Fbaraok 'Then said 

the serx'onts of Pharaoh unto him. 

How long* shall thi» [man] become to us a 
anaro ? I^t the men go, that they may 

serve Yahweh their God. 
<Not yet> WnowBst thou, that Egypt t* 
' So Moeea and Aaron were bnnigbt back unto 
Fhoraoh, and he .wd unto Uiem— 
Go. serve Yahweh your God,— 3whoi;* ore 
they that are guingi 

* And Mnses fwid, 

< With ogr young and «-ith our old> will we 
go,— <»*ith our sons and witli our daugh- 
t«*a. with our ttiK-k^ and vith our herdB> 
will we go,— for lltlie festival of Yah. 
wehll is our*, 
u Then he said unto tbem: 

Let Yahweh Ijaoll be with you, when I 1st go 

you and your bttle ones ! 
IxMkout. for llhormll is straight before yoor 
" Not so) Go, I pray you. ye grown men. 
and serve Yahwoh, for ||thatil is wliat llyell 
were seeking. 
And they were driven out from tho pnaenoe o{ 

•10: "Who sad who." 

EXODUS X. 12—29: XI. 1—9. 


u Then nid Yohweli unto 

Olrefeeh forth thy hand over the Und of 

Egypt, for th« hmut, thkt it nutir come up 

ofcr liie Uod of Egrpc.-uul may c»t up 

««W7 berb of the land, all lliat tho bail 


" And MoMB stntdied forth his staff ovw the 

kad of Kfypt, and RYahw^li eauaed an east 

wmi to drive through the bud, all that day. 

and an the nigfac,— <wbeB ^the morning!! had 

«oiM> Qthe eaM wiodii had bmnght the 

loeaat ** And the locw>t came up overall the 

had of Egypt, and seitkd in all the bounds of 

Hgjft^—TOj ffrievooB, <hefore it> had ikA 

faMB aodi ■ locaBC [asthatl. nather <aftuit> 

iboold he one like it ^ So it oorered the eye 

of an the land, and the land was darkened, and 

it did eat every herb of the land, aod alt the 

frait of the treoa, which the hail had left 

ntnauung,— HI that thexr mut not left tfmain- 

ing any given upwut in the ir rv a , nr in the berti 

id the field, in aU the land o( E^ypL 

* them haMened Phanuh, tu call for ISmm and 
for Aaron, -ax«d said — 

I have snned against Yahwefa your God, and 
" ;3!<nr; therefdre. for^w* I ptay yoo, my 
■a~-co)y this tiwe^ and make entreaty to 
Yahweh your Uod,— that be may take away 
froane at leaa. thittdeathl. 

* So he* CBoae oat from Pharaoh.— and made 
C Mi a aay oato Yahwefa ; ■■ and Yahweli tunwd 
Indk a vert wind, rtiong exoeedin^y, aod 
tnmed aw«y tfae looual. and ease it into the Red 
Sa^— i2kr «aa not left a ■dogle loeaat in nU 
tiie faooBdaef EgypL " But Vahw^ aoSisrvd 
tke IcMt ci VfmnA to wu bold,«— and he did 
noi let tbe sane of Ijrad go. 

il7. TVJrtaCbit^w; Dmrtmm. 

■IkcBaaid TAmtk OBtolfoaaa: 

* SMBteh fartk tky haaA over ihe beavcaa tba« 
■ftoe aay be daiknev. over the land <tf 
Egypt, and ib*t oae may foe] the dar^- 

*fta Mama a tt ei tiMi d lortb bia hand, orar tbe 
baBv^M.— and tben waa tfaicik ilaiiiaai in nO 
-Ae hmA-vi Egjpl. lor tbsoe days; *tbey 
«■• aa* MM aaodHr. aalher rone aay man 
b^ hm maak. tot tbaoe days,— b«t iaH 
^ a^ rf immkt ^ ttgbt •■ tben- AwwH- 
m^ "TtiMPIiiiirli called out oato 

G». '^nc Tab««4k otttT' Syav AocAa a«d jiMT 

lShb Am AioriO abak gi«* iBto.ov buKb. 

m^t^ Mi aaiii ■ * !■ < iiliwi iP k lo itel 
w^ a m maA ^^B^m to YaJtwvh ovr OoiL 


>* Moreover abHy llourown cattlel) ahAlt gowith 
as— there ihaU not be left behind |a boof |, 
for <thereol> miut we take, to sema 
Tahwoh our God, — ieven wu ouraelreail 
cannot know wherewith we muat aerve 
Yahweh, until we bare oame in thicber. 
^ Anil Ymhwt^h let the heart of Phanoh wax 
bold,*'— and he was not willing to let them 
go. * So PhM«ob iaid to him- 

Get the« from me.— take heed to thyself — do 
not lany morel aee my face, for <in the 
day thou dart see my feoe> thon ahAh 
■ And MoewN (taid — 

nWellr bast thou apoioen,— (no mure agmin| 
to see thy face. 

1 18. TV Tenth Piaguf tkrtntentd the Death of 
CAr ^fptian FirtUtom. 

' Tben said Yahwch unto Moeo»— J] 

<Yet one pUgDe> will t Iving in upon 
Phanoh, and apoo Egypt. <after^ tbat> 
be irill let yon go from benoe.— <wbeii bo 
doib let \-ou go> be wiH Ualtogetbcr driTOll 
you out ftum benoe. 

» Speak. I prmy you. in tbe eaiB of Uie people^^ 
and let them auk— €vet7 man of his neigb- 
bour. and e^-ery woman of her neigfabotir, 
articles* of silver and articles* of gold. 

• And Yahwefa gave tbe people favour, in the 
eyea of tbe Egyptians,— even tlie man M<)eea 
lumarif wa» exoeedinjc great in the land of 
Egypt,-in tbe eyeaof Pharaoh^ aervaata. and 
in tbe eye» of the people. * Aikd 

: Thus saith Yahwefa ■,— 
< About midnigfai> am ili gcnng forth __ 
tbe midat of Egypt; * then ahaU evirry 
firstborn in tbe land el Egypt die, fn«n 
the firstbocn oC Flwraoh who is dtting^ oo 
bia throne, unto the fintburn of the 
handmaid who i» briund the two miU- 
■•ooea,— and every firetbom of baute; 

• tben ahaU tbere be a great outcry, in all 
the land of Egypt,— ;«Kfa^ as aev«r was 
and iCDcht aa ifaaU not be i^aoL 

' But <acaiBet none of tbe aooa of I«ael> 
•ban a dog n h a ipm bia tangocL Mtther 
agUDrt man nor beast.— that ye may 
know that Tahweh maketh a diffennoe 
^ic'**^'* Kgypt and Isnel 

• So afaanaOthewl^aetvaBlaoomtt down onto 

me. and boar t hfJuj a down to me. 


Go fcrtb. ithon. Mid all the people who 
are in thy footetcpa^ ^m 

and <aftcr that> wiD I go lorth. H 

And he went krth bom Ptmracli la a hnlV 
Mc«r. ■AndVahwBhbHiwidvBiD 

Pbanch wa aot hmshn ^d« yxn,— that my 

EXODUS XI. 10: xn. I— 2a 


voodon tamj ho multipliBd in cIm* land uf 

*" Ho thtm ilHoMM and JUnmll did mU Uiom 
wonder*, U.'fnre Pluinuih, — but Ykhwch let 
PhanMi)r« h(^*rt wnjt U>ld,* uid ho did not let 
Uic MJiui iif Ltnel fo, oui nf Ilia Und. 

S19> The /Wforrr cmnmantied and <JtmrvtU, 

tM * Thai SfMkt Ynhu-eh, unto yiaeim uid unt«> 
Ajuoo, in the lAnd of ISgypt. a^ng— 

■ B^1u> month I iji |to yoaj a heginiiinif nf 
menthii,— <the fli»t> it ift' [to you' erf tlw 
months of the you-. 'Spoiik ye untu 

all the uaenibly uf Israel.^ nyinS) 
<0d the tenth uf this moiith> then let 
them take to thenx. euh num a fauab for hiit 
Hwaitrml hooaehtjld. m temli for s bouae- 
bold. * But <if the bouaehold be too muU 
for A ti.mb> then AhaJl henud hib neijihbour 
that in near unto hin hoaao lako [ooel. 
•ooording to the number of aonls,— <oaoh 
man aocxjirling to his eating>'' shall ye 
number for the Umb. 

' <A Umb witliout defect, a male a yvmr old> 
shall yoare bo,— <frcim ihe sheep. or from 
the ||ri»at*t> Khali y« tidtt-' it. 

' 8« Khftll it he youn*, to kt*vp, until the fii«r- 
tecnth day of thi» m^mtb, — thvn tiholl nil 
the ocmvooation ** of the ameniMy* of 
lAniel'" HUy it_ betwot-n the two uveiiingri.' 

' And they shall take nf the bltind, ami put u|jun 
the two door-pc»!tt«. niul \ipcm the upper- 
beam.— upon the h<iu*pj* whoroin they Are 


> Then ahall they eat the flmh. in the wme 
night,— rooiit with fire, mid with un- 
leavcited oHke«, <withr blttor hert»i> ^aII 
Ihej «ttl il. * Dn nut cat of it onderdoni*, 
norooolted liy builing tu wntur,— but mndl 
with fire, itn bc«d with it« kigs, and with ita 
inward partA.** 

• And yo ahall let uothiuf; tliervof rvmain until 
morning.— but <tbAt which in left rvmnin- 
iuff until morning > |in the firol shall ye 

' And i]ihu«,! sIiaB yo eat it,— llyoor toiasll 
girded, lyntir iiandalitll tm your feet, and 
iyourxtuffii in your hnnd, — »o »hnll ye eat 
it liii baRt»>|,'it ifty»hw<^)l'» paftrinRuver, * 

' I will pa.'W along, tliert^fon*, throngliout the 
Und tif Egypt, tliiH niylit, and wilt [unite 
every KratlMim in thii' land of Eg}*pt, from 
man even to Intuit. — and <Aga>nBt all the 
Ijoda of Kgy|>t > will I execute judgment*— 

rliKp. xvi. IS ; aod «crii. 

Nu xxnii-i: Dra.»i.i!. 
'Sn ; "wpwn." 
^^11: " Itn head iiixin iTm 

lrtn> NHd upon iu inwurd 

' Ff.r oontmrt, ■» U. Ul. U. 
k Or; < " A iMMixutovtr > 

it ifl' b> Y '■ 
'"I the Eternal"- 

K«li>«li. Or: "l «m 

YiUiweh." Cf ■ Intio., 

Chip. n*. 

..Iv. Jl. n, 

"(JamBtm (m l iiii Tin 
8«9.. cnd^TT. : "'^th.- 
■uw of brael ''— ti.n. 
* IC] ; "atch stun ACconl- 
iny tn the mmith i ~ hid- 
mg = raunlremaDt; of 

r/^.: "atduk"- Kalurh. 
"Pnb. ^atwvm Minwt 
•od daik" — 0.0. Cp. 

' Then shall the blood eerve you for a sigD. on 
the hotwen wherein yo' are, then will [ be- 
hold the blood, and will pa.<w over you, — 
and there -shall h« among you no plague 
to tltwtniy, when I smite the Und of Egypt, 

> So Mhall this tUy aurve you f<ir a memorial, 

and ye sliall c»Ii*bratv it. as a festivut to 
Yahiveh,— <tuyourgt*nentiunH — aaan age- 
abiding statut«> shall yo celebrate it. 

' llSeven tUjni'l <unlaairenBd oakua> shall ye 
t»t, surely. <on ihe fimt {Uy> ahall ye put 
away loaveu.out of your hauans,— fur <wht»- 
soevereatcth what is k»rened> theu ahall 
that GOiil bo out off out of laael. Ifrom the 
first day. unto* the aevonth day(. "Botli^ 
<on the first dAy> a holy oonrocatdon, aad 
<on tho seventh day— a holy oonvocatiub> 
shall there be to you* ~||do workll shall 
be done therein, <savo only wlmt must be 
eaten by every soaI> i that alone I Hlmll be 
done by you. " So then yc shall olwervo 
the uiUeaveoed oakca, beokuse <on this 
iieU-«ameday> brought I forth your boatu 
out of the Und of Egypt,— so then yo shall 
obacrre tfaia day to your geoerotions, aa 
a statute age-abiding. ** <In Che fii^t 
[month], on Uie fourteenth day o( the 
rooDth, in the erening> shall ye eat uii- 
laavRnedcakos,— until^theone-and-twenticth 
[day] of tho month, in the evening. '* <Kor 
iwTeadays> lleavenll shall not be found in 
your houaeB.— for i whosoever eateth what ia 
le&vencdt then shall that sou) be cut otf 
dut uf the owiembly of Israel, I whether so- 
Juurtier. or uativeof the Und |. *"< Nothing 
le)tveuod> shall ye eat,— < in all your dwell - 
ings> shall yc cat unloirentKl oakea. 

' So then Mueea called for all the elders of 
laracJ, and said unto them, — 
Pnxeed and take for yourset\-eR onw of the 
flock, acoording to your familiea. and aUy 
the pASSovor. *■ Tbun shall ye take n. btinch 
of hysrutp, and dtp it m the- blood which is 
in UiL' Imuuu, and strike tli4> u[if<er lieam.and 
tlie two doorposts, with the bttKid whiL-h ig 
in the basin,— and llyei aliall nut gi> forth, 
any num out of the entr;iTice of hin house, 
until morning. ^ And Vahwch will posa 
along to pUguo the Eg^'ptiann. and < when 
lie behuideth the blocd Ufuu thv upjier 
beam, and upon tho two door-porttM> thf-n 
will Yahweh pass over the entrance, and 
not suffer the deatroyer to enter into 
your houses, to iuBicc on you the 
phkgue, ^ And ys shall ofaiierve this 

thing, — f(v a statute to ^oe and to thy socis. 
unto times agc-atjiding. 

> And so it shall come to pora <whun ye afaoll 

enter into the land which Ynhwi'b will give 
yon. as he halh spoken,— aud yv ^hnll ob- 
serve this aerrioe; "and it shaU com« to 
pass, that youraoiu*^ shall say unto you, — 

■ Some Kud. [w, fmm., 
Jon.}; "And lOTOif into' 

^ Rimip rmt. !w. AMti.,&]rj.j 

i-nui; ■' btJili "— O.n. 
«Ur; "childnii." 


EXODUS Xn. 27—51: XITI. 1—5. 

Wb»t is this TOUT 8emoe?*>- 
" Tlien sh»U ye «y— 

<A pnanorer' Mcri6oe> it is* to Vahweh. 
who pMB o d-qv^r the houiieti of the aooa of 
Inreel. in Egypt, when be plagued the 
E^ptimns. but <oDr houaeio be de- 
li vi;n?d. 
Then did the people bend their beads mod Ijow 
tbemaeirm down. 

* And the aona nf larwei went their wftjr and 
did, — <a8 Yahweh hud commAnded Moaes and 
Aatoo |8o|| did they. 

g SO. The Tenth Ptagve ivJUtHtd, and Imut ur^ 


* And it name to pasa Hat midnightli that 
Yahweh smot*; evt!ry firetbom in the land of 

Egypt, fruni the firatbom of Phanoh who tiat 

U{>on his throne, unto the (inithom of the captive 

who wa« in the {tit of hiM prison,^ — and every 

Brstborn of bnaetH. '^ Then rote up 

Pharaoh by night. !|he. and all his terrants. and 

all the Kgyptianalt, and there arose a great outcry 

througtiout Kgypt,— for there was nof ahoose, 

where' there was not one dead. >i So he 

callod for Moms and for Aann by night, and 


Riae ye. go forth out of the midai of xaj 

people, Hbothye. and theaooaof Israeli-- 

and go, serve Yahweh. according t« your 

word ; *■ also' <yonr flocks and yDarlM!rds> 

take ye. as yc spake, and go your way,— lo 

ihaU ye Ueas. Ileven moii. 

^ And the EgyptiaiiB became urgent with the 

ptiirple. to send fcbea ia haste out of the land,— 

for tbcy said— 

n Wo allll are dying. 

**Sothe people took up their dough. ere yet it was 

leavened, — with their kneading- bow Is. bound up 

in their mantles, on their nhoaldera. » And 

[ithe sons of Israel I did acoorrling to the word of 

Hoaos,— and asked of the Kgyptiana, artioles of 

sUver and artides of gold and nuuitles. ** And 

[lYahwehli gave the people fav>Mir in tlie eyas of 

the Egyptians, and they gare tliem gladly, — so 

they spinled the Egyptians. 

I 21. The E»edu» btaun, and the Pattowr 

** Then did tbe acins of Israel break up from 
Kameseti. towards Sucooth.~about six hundred 
thousand foot. of men grr>wn. beeidee little nnett. 

*Moveover also' la mixed multitude: cam*^ up 
with tbeiD,— flocks aleo. and herd^ exoeeding* 
much cattle. * Then hake<) tltey the dough 
which they had brooght out of Kgypt— into 
round unleavened eakes. for it had not been 
leavened.— for tbey had been driven out uf 
Egypt. Hu) could not tarry, and indeed no 
Sprovisona^ had they made raady for them- 


•lO: "Wh&t it tU> MT- 
Tict to jrou .' " 
M: "lathslKHuealhto 
pit <■ Ub pif •bouM." 

< SoBc end. (w. Jen., Bv^, 
•ad Sjnr.) : " and c ibmJ - 

** Now <the time during which the aoafi of ' 

tsnuil dwelt in Egypt>* was four hundred and 

thirty yeara. *> And it oaroe to pam <At the 

end of four hundred and thirty years> yea it 

oame to pass <on this self-same day> that »U 

the hosts of Yahweh had oome forth out of the 

land of Egypt. *'<A night of solemn 

obiervanoe8> it \s' unto Yahweh. for bringing 

them forth out of the land of Egypt, H thta 

same night ;i pertainath to Yahweh, for solemn 

observanosa. by all the sons ol Isnal. to their 


* And Yahweh said unto Uons and Aaron ;^ 

BThiai is the statute of the paemrer.— ijNo 

strangeril shall eat thereof; ** but <everv 

man's servant bought with silver, — when 

thou bast circumoisod him> rthenll shall he 

eat thereof: * i|An alien orabirelingl shall 

not eat thereof. ^<In one bouae> 

shall it be eaten, tfaou sbalt not take forth. 

outof the boose, any of the flash, loatside I; 

and a <bone thenKif> shalt tfaon not 

break. '^ ilAU the awembly of Israelii 

sbalt keep it. * And <when therein^ 

sojourn with thee* a aojuurner wlio may 

wish to keep a poaaover to Yahweh > thema 

luuvt be ciroutnciMMl to liim every tnaJe. 

and lithenil may he drew near to keep it, 

so shall he ho as a native uf the land. — bot 

I no nncdrcunicijMxl male' nhall eat thereof. 

^ I'One law I shall thviv be for the native, — 

and for the sojourner that eojoumeth in 

your midst. 

MThuMdid all the suns of Israel,— <as Yabwtih 

had commanded Muctes and Aaron> |so|i did 


*i And it caine to pass I'on this self-same day|| 

tltat Yahweh brought forth the aons of Israel 

out of the land of Egypt, by their haeta. 

J>32. rArXawd/(Ari\rs(6(»nsand/iu<Aar ^ 

/iMtrurfioRJ 9»Utth* Ptutmtr. 

) And Yaliweh spoke unto Moses, saying : IS 

* UaUow to me every fimthnm that whirh any 
female Arst beareth/ among the sons of 
Israel, among men and among boasts,— 

llminel! it is. 

^ And Moses said unto the pet^ile— 

[Ye are] to remember this day. on which ye 

oaoH forth out uf E^ypt. out uf the bourn of 

■laves, that c:with .Hirengih uf hand> did 

Yahweh briug you forth from hence^ — 

there shall not. thereftnv. be eateu any* 

thing leavened. * iiTo^lay I are ilyeEI ooming^ 

forth, —in the month Abih. 

' And itahall be. ^whcn Yahweh* sluktl bring 

thee into the land of tho Canoanitc and the 

Uittile and the Amonte. and the Uiviie 

^lO: "thsdweUinvt^libe 
■.of Lwkieb tbefdwalt 

kSame ood. («. Sam., 
Syr.' : "and onto A."— 

• Soia* Odd. (w. Sam^ Oak. 

aC8., Joe. Ma.. 8«p.. 
Stt. : "wilhjrim*' — a jt , 

* Ml:"tk«l«birhbareteth 
ot«n •.DT wumb." 

• Satn« ood. w. Sotn., Joe.. 

e«p. add: "Uty Ood" 

EXODUS XIH. 6—22; XTV. 1— II. 


and ttu* Jf>buait«, which he KWArv to tby 

fftlh«ra tu Kivti ttien, li luiid llowing^ with 

milk Hud [iotie>-> thou ahmlt tiiou 

fterve with tliis service, in Chi» 

month. ' <Seven da.ya> Hh&lt thou 

c«t unWvened caktM, — «ud <on the 

•cvftath day> [mIiaII be] n feedv&t to 

Yfthwnh. ''liUnlcA veiled oakeell sh&U 

be eaten for thu (even dftys, — neither ahall 

tiivtv he swD with thee anything leavened, 

nor ithfLU there l>e seen with thoe leavnn. 

within &ny o( liiy buun<K " And tbou 

sti&lt Uill thy 9on, ou that day, Miying, — 

[T)ii» is] I because i; oS that which* 

Yahwuh did fur me, wht;n ht^ brought 

me forth out of KpypL 

And it shftll be t*> thee for u sijifn upuu iby 

hand, and for a memoriiU between thiuo 

ey^s, in order tbnt the law of Yahwoli moy 

be in (hy mouth,— for <;with a strong 

hMid> did Yahweh bring thee forth out of 

BgypC >*3oHhalt thou nhserre 

tiiM statute, in ita appointed time,— from 

year to yew,'' 

And itRhall he> <when Yahweh* shall bring 

thee inlu the land of the Caniuuiitc, oa he 

sware to Um« and t<i thy fathers, — ond shalt 

give it thee> "that thou ehalt net apart 

whatsoever in btmi finrt,"' to Yahweh ; and 

<of all fir«tlin^ or bejutM which thou iihalt 

have> lithe iualt» 1 Hhall |M>rtain to Ynh- 

vfth. " But <every firatUnfc' <rf an tu»> 

sbalt thou redeem with a lamb* ur <if 

tbou wQt not redeem it> then thou Hhatc 

bn»lG ita neck,— but <every Gntbom of 

men among thy fton»> eholt thou redeem. 

And it ahall be <whon thy wm ahall aek 

thee, in time to ooroo. «Aying. 


Then aholt tbou say unto him : 

<With Btrength of hand> did Yahweh 

bring t» forth out of Egypt, out of the 

botHe uf alavee. *' And it canu- Ui \iium 

<wben Pharaoh had ahowu himM:lf t<K) 

bardemjd ut let iu(^>' then did Yahw(<h 

alay every fintbom in the laud uf lilgypt, 

fKHn the fintthoni of men. eveu unto die 

6rvthani of heaMl«. <For thiit oauM> 

am 111 I sncntioing to Yahwoh whatsoeTCT 

ia bom fimt. of the mnleo, and <every 

fintbom of my Kma> maul I redwm. ' 

* And it sliall be for a sign npon tby hood, and 

for fnmtU'ta between thine eyco, — that 

<with strength i>f hand> did Yahweh 

faring ttn forth out of Kgypt. 

g 23. Tfu Kr^ittt rim/JHfd ; the Red Sea paitatd 
tArvuffh : Pharaait ntul hu Hort deatro]fed. 

' And it came to pass <wh«n Pharaoh had let 
the people gn> that God did not lead by the 


^ \a%~ '. " (TDBt Amy to 

• Bonireud. w. ftun^ Sep.) 

add: "tbyrOod"— Ojl 

« W : " whrtanrTCT hont- 

K. ••• T. 

eth vfwn a womb." 
•Or: "Uid," 
' Ml : " lind >dit.>wn hiinwlf 

honlenod a* to Icttitif^ tu 

ccV-Nun. lii. 11, ad, 41. 

land-way uf the Philistinea, ahliuugh it wua 
linear",— for God said— 
Lent the people bu dismayed wbeu tliey nee 
urar.aiid turn Imck to Kgypt. 
" So God took tl>e people round the deeert-way 
of tlie R«d S«_'A, — and the sons of Iitraol went up 
Harmed II out of the land of Kgypt. 
^* And MoHtid took the bones of .loeieph^ with 
him, — for }ie hod '[taken an oath | of the aons of 
Iflrael. flaying, 
God will iisuHfly visitil you,* so than yc ftball 
carry up my bomn from henoe, with you. 
" And thry broke up from Suoooth, — aitd en- 
camped in Ethoin, at thi> bdg*f of the dcnert. 
^ Now llYfthweh'l wofl going bfiore them— <by 
day > in a pillar of cloud to lawl them the way, 
and <by ni(rht> iu a pillar of fire to give thotn 
light, — that they might journey day and night: 
* the pillar of cloud by day oeaeed not, nor the 
pillar of tire by uight,— from before the people. 
1 Then spake Yahweh unto Muiwe. aaying: 14 

» Speak unto tht< Mona of Iwoel, that they turn 
back and encamp before Pi-hahlroth. be> 
twuen Aligdol and the aea,— before Baal- 
xephon, <over against it> fljiall ye encamp, 
by tho aea. 
B Then will Pliaraoh ttay, uf the sons of Itsrael, 
<EntHin|f1ed> they an)' in the land,— the 
desert hath uloaed in upon them. 
' So will I kit the heart of Pliaraoh wax tiold. 
and he will pursue them, that I may get me 
booour over Pharaoh, and over all hi» 
foroes, and thti Egyptians .■dudl know, that 
II I II am Yahweh. 
And ^ey did so. 
' And it woB told tho king of Egypt, that the 
people had Ued, — and the Iteart of Pharaoh and 
his servants was turned ogainat tiie people, and 
they Asid— 
What is this we have done, tliat we have lot 
Israel go from serving us * 
■ So he yoked his chariot, —and <hiK peopIe> 
took he witli him. ^ And Ite took Kix hundred 
choaen chariots, aad all the chariots of E^ypt,— 
with warriors, in every one.'' ** AnA Yahweh let 
the heart of Pharaoh king of Egypt wax hold,* 
and he pursued the swnn of Israel.— when lithe 
BOOS of Israel jwere going out with a high hand. 
*8o the Egyptians pursued them, and overtook 
them, encamping by the sea- all the horses and 
chariots of Pharaoh, and his hocsciucu. and bin 
forcvs, — by Pi-bahiroth, before Boal-cephou. 
" Now <when ilPhamohll had drawn near> 
the tHjoiM of Lvrael lifted up their oyes. and Ui ! 
lithe Egyptiansli moving along after them, and 
they feared greatly, and the sons of Israel nuuit^ 
outcry unto Yahweh. >^ Then said thoy unto 
Was it becaune there were no' graves in 
Egypt, that thou didst fetch us, to die in 
the desert T What' is this' thou hast done 
to us,'' hringing us forth out of Egypt? 

■ Or : ** noncvm hinuelf 

for jtiu." 
*cp. 0,0. *8a*,i(*). 
*' Cp. ehap. iv. 31, n. 

'Or: *'|jW1iat,iiow|) hut 
thfin uone ia oji.''' Cn. 
QM. 2M, ilk 

ta not fchiA tluf word which wu Kp&kQ unta 
the« in Kgrpt, nAyiug, 
JjKt UR ftlon«, that we nuiy aerve the 
Sgyptianft,— for it in libettor for lull to 
serve tbu EKyptluut, th&n to die in the 
^ And MuuM said unto the people— 

Po not fear, stand siill. and see the saJration 
of Yahweh, which ho will work for you 
to-day,— for <a» for the ERyptiuis whom 
yc have seen to-day > yo shij] not again 
see titem any more, to times ag»-abiding'. 
» HYohvivbll will 6ght for you,— and Hyoil 

shall I forbear \. 
'" And Yahweh ukid unto Mosee, 

What outcry wouldst thou make unto 

me ? Speak untu the snan of iHrael, tlimt 

they (TO forward: i^and <tht>u> lift high 

thy Ataff. and Atretoh forth thy hand ov«r 

the aea. and cleave it Mundcr,- that the 

acns of Israel may tenter into the midst uf 

the aea, on dry gmund ; " and |1 1 it Ijehold 

me, letting the heart of the Etfyptian.-* wax 

bold, that thvy may t-ntt^r aft«r th«m, — 

that I may get me hnntnir <)v»t Pharaoh, and 

ovtiT hia furcea. over hts chariuts, and uvur 

hia horaemen. i" And the Efryptians 

alioU kjiow, that ||I|| am Yahweh,— whoo I 

have tfutton me hononr over Fhamoh, over 

hia chariot*, and over his hor-iomen. 

'• And tho nK«flenger of God who waa going an 

before the camp of Idrael, removed, and came on 

behind them, — and the pillar of cloud remuvod 

from before them, and litood behind them ; " so 

it came in between the camp of the Egyptians. 

and the camp of Israel, »o it btwamo a cloud and 

darknefM, and yot lightiHi up the night, — »o that 

the on« oame not near unto the other, all the 


•* And Musea stretched forth liia hand over the 

aea, and Yah weh carried away the wa by a miff hty 

eatit wind, oil the night, and turned the sea into 

dry land,— and the waters were cloven asunder. 

^ Then went the sous of Israel into the midst of 

the aea. on the dry gmimd,— and lithe watersil 

<to them> wnrt' a wall, on their right hand, 

and on their left. "* And the Kgyptians pur- 

■ood, and entered after them—all tin? horeea of 

Pharauh. bis chariots and hi^ horaemen,— into 

the midnt iif the Mta. 

M AtuI it came ti> jmuw <iii themoniing watch> 

that Yahweh locked down into the camp of the 

'Egyptiana, through the pillar of 6rc and cloud. 

and oonfiiMxl the camp of the Egyptians ; ^ and 

he took off the whocbi of their chariotH." and 

made them drive heavily, —so that the Egyptians 

said — 

We must flee** from the face of Israel, for 

It Yahwob i: is fightii^ (or them, against tliH 


" Tbaa said Yahweh unto Moses, 

Sfentoh forth thy hand over the aea,- that 

wheels glide out" — 

1: "EtfTpt 
moiit 040. [Notiim pBT* 
■ooiflod — sacfttn.] 

the waten may xetum upon the Egyptians, 
upon thoir chariot*, and upon their ban»- 
^ So Hoses Bttetched forth his hand over the sea, 
and the sea returned. t«)wanlK morning, t^j its 
iteady flow, when the Egyptians'! were fleeing 
to meet it,— tbu.^ Yahweh t>hui>k off the 
Egyptians, into the midst of the aea ; * thus 
the waters ratumed.and covered the chariots, 
and tlie horsemen, even all the forces of 
Phuaoh. that wero entering after them into the 
sea,— there was not left remaining among them 
|ao much as aoe|. i^ But lithe sona of Israelii 
bad gone their way on dry ground in the midst 
of the sea, — and lithe M'ntersj had been to them 
A wall, on their right band and on their left. 
** Thusdid Yahweh un that day,.«ve' Israel. oat 
of the hand of the Egyptians, — and Israel saw 
the Egyptians, dead on the shore' of the 
sea. " And <when Israel saw the mighty 

hand wherewith Yahwoh had wrought against 
the EBypttans> then did the |>eo|ib rever« 
Yahweh,— and they put their trust In Yahwel 
and in Mosea. his ser\'Ant. 

924. TnwV$ fioHff nf TViumpA. 


' ilThenll song Mones. and the sons of Israel. 15 
this song unto Yahweh, and they spake., ^ 

I will sitig to Yahweh, for ho is exalted, 

<Tho hurae and his ridar> hath he cast into 

the aea. 

<My mi{/hl and" nie}odir> '* VoA, 
And he hrcamr mine hy «n/mtum,' — 

llThis!^ is my God. and I will glorify* him, 
The God of my father, and I will set him 
un high. 

II Yahwehll is a warlike one, — 
< Yahweh > is his name, . 

<The chariota of Pharaoh and hia trains 

hath he cast into the sea.— 
Yea <the choice of hi.4 warrior8> woresui 

in the Sedg,v' Sea. 

1 1 Roaring deeps II covered them.— 
They went down, in the raging depths^ like' 
a stone. 




* llThy right hand|l. O Yahweh. is splendid ii^H 

|X)wer, — ^^1 

[Thy right hand||. O Yahwwh, dashoth in^^ 

pieces a foe ; 
' And <in the greatness of thine exaltation > j-^ 

doHt thou tear duwu thine up]>osers,— flH 

Tliou dt*t seud forth thy wrath, it ttjnaumeth^^ 

them. OS straw ; 
s And <with the blast of tliy nustrilH> heaped 

up are the waters, 

"SO: "lip." 

*■ Iiitn)MCbap.lI.,»7nopd«, 

■ 8aiD« ood. (w. Bun. M9., 

and Onk.) : " and mv " 

«Up. Pii.cxrlil. 14, ai. 
• BO. "bmuti^." Cp.O.O. 

EXODUS XV. 9—27 : XVI. 1—5. 


<Upreu*Bd Ufce a iiKMnd> are the Bowing 

waYi>t, — 
Ruariiig dsepB urn oongc«led, m the heart of 


* Said the foe— 

X will panun — ovr>rtaki<, Hivid« Bp>il,— 
T&kc bar fill of them— tthall my soul, 
X will bM« mj ■word, nx>l tliem out — iliall 
mj hkad. 

>« Thou didst blow with thy wind, tbor w«» 
ouvered by the ma, — 
They rolled like lend, iiitr> the waten w 


" WIh) ih [like unto tbee], among^ the mighty. 
O Ynhwuh ? 
Who is |Uku uotu tbeel, 

Mftjuatiu in hulineu, — 
To ipf revurwl in pRmisee. 
Doing a marveltoua thin^ 7 

u Thou didac ntretch forth thy right liand. earth 

nrallnwiTd thom up. 
u Thou hftstled forth in thy levingldndnow, the 

people which thoti hut redeemed,— 
Thou hast guided thi'iii in thy mi^tht. into the 

borne of thy boltneMi.* 

^ Pooplea have heard, they tremblo, — 

|A pangll hath aeiaod tbe dwellore of 
u itThcnfl were amased the obiefe of Edom. 
Tbe mighty onee at Moab, there eeiieth 

thnm. R trembling, — 
Melted away, hav«> ell the dwellora of 
CkiuiAD : 
*' There falk'tb upon thetu a terror and dr^ed. 
<With the gruatnuM of thino Knu> are 
they struck dumb oa a Htono, — 

Till thy people peas over, O Yahweh, 
Till the people pons orer, which thon heat 
mwle thine own ;— 
*' Thou bring^-at them in and plantrxt thfim. 

In the luuuntain of chintz inhi'Htancx^, 
Tliy dwelling-pUoe to abide in. which thou 

hiut made, O Vahw^, — 
A hallowed plaro. O My Loid.'' which thy 
handi lukTe eatabliAbed. 

> I Yahweh I sliall reign, unto tiroee age- 

abiding and bvyoud. 

• For the horses of Phamoh. with hiw chariota 

and hilt honytnen. entered into the itea, 
Tlten did YaliwHb liring back uptm them 

the wateiB of the aea, — 
But IIUh? eons of iMravlH had |fOi>e their way 

on the dry gruuml, through the miditt uf 


■ Then took BCiriam tbe propheteai. Mister of 
Aaron, tbe timbrel in her hand, — and all the 
wunen came forth aftor her with timbrel*, and 
dutOM. *> And Miriam roeponded t^) the men," 

•Or: "thjr 


^ Iwm* ood. (w. S aar. 
•doa, Sttia.): "O Ti 


woh" — Q.D- 
*Tbe pTonouD "thflm" U 
tnaMuliov in tb« Heb. 

Sing to Yahweh. for be ut exalted— eaalted, 
<The borne and hia rider> hath bo cut into 

135. From tke RedSeato the Dewert of Sin. 

*■ And Mueee caused Israel to bivak up from the 
Red Sea, and they went out into the deeert of 
Shur, — and joumuyod three days in the de»wrt. 
and found no water ; ** and. when thny came in 
towards Marah. they could not drink ttie waters 
of Maralit for they were |bitter|,— <for this 
caUHe> was tbe name thereof called Marah.' 
>* So the peopla murmured againatMoaoa— saying. 

What are we to drink ? 
** And he made outory untu Yahweh. and Yahweh 
pointed I lUt a tree, and )il' out it into the waten, 
and the wat4^r8 became HWcmt, — 
<Thore> he appointed him'' a statute and 

And <thcre> he put him ^ to tbe proof. 
)* And he said : 

<lf thou i;wilt iudeed hearkeoil to the roioe 

of Yahweh thy God, 
And <thethingtliatiarightinhiseyes> thou 

wilt do. 
And BO gire ear to his conunandnuot*. 
Aud koep all his atamtos >> 
kNouu of the aiclmeMes which I laid on tbe 
Egyptiansll will I lay upon thee, 
For ijill atn Yahweh. thy physician. 
** Then camo they in to Elim, and <thepe> 
were twelve fountaliut of watflr and se\-enty 
palm-tress,— ao they enoami>ed theiv. by the 
1 Then moved they on from GGm, and all the 16 
assembly of the sons of Israel entenjd into the 
desert of Sin, which Is between Klim and Hin&i, 
on the fifteenth day of the seoond munttt, by 
their coming forth out of the lind of Egypt. 

8 26. The Murmurinff and the ManttA. 

3 Then did all the asMmbly of the sons of 

Israel murmur against Moses and agaiiiat Aaron. 

in the denert ; ' and the sons of L-vracl aoid unto 


Oh that we had died by the hand of Yaliweh. 

in the land of Egypt, when w» reuiaiued 

by the pot of flmh, whnn we did eat brsad 

to the full,— for ye havo bivugfat us forth 

into this desert, to eau>e all this mnttitade^ 

to die by famine. 

* Then said Yahweh unt<) Moaes^ 

Behold me ! raining down for you bread"" out 
of heaven,- and the people shall go out and 
gather. <the portion* (or a day> ua its 
day, titat I may prove them, whether they 
will walk in my law. or not 

* And it sliall come to pass <on tbe sixth day > 

that they shall settle what they shall bring 
in,— and It shall be twice as much act they 
Rutlivr day by day. 

■=•• Bitter." 

■•Or: "them." 
•Or: "oonvocatioa." 
Heb. : kdJtU. 

•Or: '-food." 
•Ml; "wort." or ' 


* So MoaeB mod Awon awd' onto »U tbe bod* of 

<\t oventido then nhal] ye Iranw that it 
wraA llYobwnhl who tiruught yim fortTi, nut 
of the Uud of Etryp^ • ^ '^^^ <i" '^^' ntum- 
ing> then shall ye fwe the jflory <if Yfchwt- h^ 
in tlwt ha hitth heanl yotir mtirmuring« 
afT^in-it Ynhweh, — what then are 'iwo|l that 
ye tJiould murmur a^ntnat |us|T 
' And ?b((»i«9>> aairl — 

^lii that Yahvehgivetti you in thet>vening 
fleiili til eat. and hread in the mftriiini;, to 
the full, in that Yahwch h««aroth your mur- 
muriiipH. wht*r«*wtth llyell are murmuhott 
agoinnt him> what thi'n am ilwol? <Not 
against Ufi> do yu murmur, but ag&init 

* And Mown said unto Aaron, 

Bay unto all tbe anembly of tbe sons of 
Draw near, beffjre Yahweh,— for he hath 
lieanl your niunnurings. 
>^ And it oauie to pMa. <whea Aaron spoke 
anto all th« aA»cmhty of tho wms of Iiiraol> then 
tunwd they toward* the desert,— and lol 
Sthe glory of Yahvehll had appeared in the 
«loud. 1* 7b»a flpako Yahweh unUi 

Muaee— saying, 
>* I have heard the uiDrmoringB of the sons of 
larscl, —speak unU» them. (tayin){ — 
<Betvcen the two evcningB>* ahall ye eftt 
flrah, and <in the mom)ng> »hall ye be 
tilled with bread,— Ko nhall ye knnw Uiat 
III Yahwehl' am your G<xl. 
^ And it came to psAS <in tbe ovoiiing> that 
there came up quail, aad oovered the camp,— 
and in the m(.nning was the outpouring of dew, 
Mund shout the camp ; ^* and <whcn the out- 
pouring of dew weal up> then lo! <on the face 
of thedt»iert> a thin flake, thin aA hoar-frost, 
on the earth. ^ And when the sons of Israel 
saw it. they Mud one to annthor — 

What Lh that? 
For they knew not what "that" wa*. Then 

•lid BfoMs unto them, 
"That" is the broad which Yahweh hath 
given you to eat. "llThia'l w the 

thing wltich Yahweh hath commanded, 
Gather ye thereof, each man. what ho nL-edeth 
for eating,^- as oraer a bead, by tbe num- 
ber of your souls, <oaoh man— for them 
who are in his tent> shall ye take. 
1^ And the sons of Iftrael did w>,— and gathered, 
[aome] more, and [somu] Icm; >' and <whtin 
they mRSAured it with the omor> he who had 
gathered more had nothing over, and i|he who 
had gHthurijd lawll had no lack: <t<«ch 
man. what he needed for eating>^ did thvy 
gather. » And Moses uud onto 

them, — 
Let lino man II Iea\-e thffreof, until morning. 
9* But Aey hearkened not unto Mcwes. but certain 
men left' thereof until morning, and it swarmed 

with worms, and heoamo loathHime, — and Moses 
was wroth with thum. » Thus thi?n they 

gathered it. mriming liy morning, iiich man 
what he necdod for eating, — and <as nraiu as 
thtt mn waxed hut> so soon it melted. 
^ And it came to pass <on the sixth day> that 
they gathered fotid twice as much, two omeRi 
for each one,— no all the princes of the aaaemhiy 
came in, and told Moaes. * Aad he aud unto 
llThatll is what Yahweh spake. 
<The ohsorvanos of a htrfy sabbath* to 
Yahweh> ia to-morrow, — <what ye 
would bake> bake, and <whaC ye 
would boiI> boil, and <aU that is left 
oveo put by you, lo kuep until the 
Mgo they put it by until tbe morning, m 
Moees had oommaiiddd,— «nd It gave no no- 
pleaaanc odour, neitber waa there <a wfirm> 
therein. * Then said Moses— 

Kat ye it b>day. for <a &abbath> is to-day. 
unto Yahweh.— <to-day> ye shall not 6nd 
it in the field. **<Six dayft> shall ye 
gather* it,— but <on the aovontb day. a 
sabbath > it shall not be thereuL 
^ And it came to pass <on the serenth day> that 
there went forth some of tho people to gather, — 
bat they f<jund not. * Then said 

Yahweh unto Mtnsw, — 
How long* ha^-e ye refused to keep my com- 
mandments and my laws? * See <beoso8e 
llYabweh) hath given you the sal>bath> 
<for this c&u»e> is libel giving you <on 
the sixth day> food for twa days,— abide 
ye every man in his place, let no man go 
forth fn>m lila dwelling, on the seventh day, 
" So the people reetod^ on the seventh day. 
" And the house* of Israel called the name 
thereof Manna,— and itbe samell wan like cori 
ander seed. whit«, and i|tbe ta«te thereof,; like 
fUt-cake with honey.'' ** And Moees 

said — 

Thisll is the thing which Yahweh hath com- 
Fill an umer therefrom, as a thing to be 
praservod. to your generations, — that they 
may see the bread wherewitli I fed you. 
in the dceert, when 1 brought you forth, 
out of the lantl of Egj'pl. 
" So Moses said uott> Aaron — 

Take a single basket, and put therein an 

omor-full of manna, — and set itdown before 

Yabwch, as a thing to bo preser\'ed, to your 


** <Afl Yahweh gave command unto Mosefl> so 

did Aaron set it down before the testimony, as 

a thing to be preservbd. » And lithe 

sunsof iKraulll lUd eat tbe manna forty years,*' 

until tliey entered into the land wherein they 

were to dwell,— <the nuuina> they did eat 

• Cp. xii fl, Q. 

at tbo mouth of 

bis catmg." Cp. chw. 

■ Or : "the ssbbath-kwp- 

ioff of sbolTraat." 
"Or; -keplSttbUlh." 
* Hatne cod. (w. Onk. MS., 
8ep., 8yr.): "soos" — 


'"Xade with honey"— 


EXODUS XVI. 36; XVII. 1—16; XVHI. 1—9. 


autil they entered into the twunda of the land 
d OuftMU "Now llaa omerll is jthe (entb of 
tfae wpkakt.* 

i 37. Water fnm the Rack at Bep/ivJinu 

17 ' And all the nwembly uf tlie sotu* of laraul set 
forward out of the d<«ert uf Sin. by their re- 
moving, at the UtlfUntf*' uf Yiih«x<h, — and 
eucaiujicrl in Ri-[thi>liin, tmd theiv waa du' «rBt«r 
fijT the )>e(iple U> ilrinlc ' And the people found 
fault with &IijidBs Aiiil itniil — 

Givi! UM wftt^r, thut we may drink. 
And Mwn^ mid to them. 
Why should yij find fnuli with met Why* 
AhDuld yp put Yahwf'h to the proof? 
*So tbt; pt'iipk' thinfU-d. tbi^rv. for wat«r, wid 
ihepL-opIeniunnunHiafpuiurt Masiis— and ruiid - 
Whcrvfuni' id it that thou hant hmiight um up 
out of Kgypt, to kill ina'' and my dunn. and 
my catlkf. with thirst? 
' Aod Moms mode outcry unto Yahwefa . vaying, 
What am I to do. with thiu people* < Yet' a 
litilu> aud tbi-'v will aouv mo. 
' Then tjAid YMhuch unto Muses— 

PaM over l>efun; tliL^ people, and take, with 
thw. 5ome of the eldun of lAracI,— <.thy 
staff aUo. wherewith thou didst ^mite the 
river> t^cetfaouin thy tumd. so shatt thou 
go thy way. 
' Behold me ! standing before thee, then>, upuu 
the* rock' ill Hureli, then bIioJI tlinu >ituiC4> 
the ruck, and there ahuJl oume forth thure> 
from water, mid the pef>p]o sliall drink. 
And Moeea did do, in the flight of the elders of 
Inmel. * So he* ealU'd the name of the 

place, Maasab.^ and Meribah.'—becauso of the 
C&ult-Bnding uf the i*oa> tif iKniei, and bctintuc 
of thnr putting Voliweh to tlie proof, saving, 
Lt' Yahweh In our niidat, or ia he not' ? 

^38. War with Amaiei: 

* Then oame in Amnlek,— and fought with 
Lffaol. in Kepliidim. * And Mosee said 

unto Jorfiiia— '' 
Cbooee for u» men, and go forth. 6ght with 
Amafc-k,— <to-nwnow> am illll Htationing 
myaolf upon the top of the hill, with the 
otaff of G(h\ in my hand. 
> Rq Joftbua did. na Mofle^ had mid to him, 

totight with Amniek,— and |lM'»seB..\iirou 
and Uur I went up to the top of the hill. 
And it ihaU be <wben Mfwoti shall lift on 
high his handH>' then nbalJ Lnitel prev-oil. 

• The rpluh : necopllntf to 

Jomiou*. about 1 % £iw- 

ItMh [>iMlie>I_ 
*M1: "UTNjntbc niouth.*' 
■ ftonuata. w.^^ul...T<nl. 

8«T)-. SJT- "AnJ whj-" 

• N }). Mn^rularftn plaml 

— « atnlunjf pBiMinitlfiK- 

• Oi : "a" 

' I w dt u e (liL- miiida [i( Iho 
obMfnirn u]> fmm lliv 
Twik to llun »h.i •t(»-t 

* Or: "<nnj"-"tlje name 

. . . irnji callffd." 
■• " IVov JnB-fiiUee." 
' " VMiilt-Hrxliit^-plaev." 
^lU: ",K'litMhuii":H«b. : 
yfc^.Ax'i': ovor^aOtiinM. 
■ 80 it shd be (pi. I w. UuD.. 
8mi. — O.n. BtwriD»»lu(t 
n Mmuir, «h Hotnf think, 
now with ntx biiOil. ujd 
thrn with tti'> utlMr. 
Jlmco, Iwliiw, Yidiw«h- 
iu«n SI Ynhwrli my iuun' 

but <when he »haU lot down hia haodio 

then ahall Amalek prevail.* 
'" But the handa uf Moms;! wore wAu^.^ao they 
took a stone.* and put under htm. and bo tat 
thereupon,— 4nd lAaron and Uur|| upheld his 
banda — <oo thia Bide> oiu;. and <on thai 
aide> one, and bo his liandH became steady, 
until the going in of ttia mn. " So 

Joahua overthn*w Amalek and his pwiple. with 
the edge" of the sword. ^* Tlien aaid 

Yobweh unt<) Moaes— 
Write thia as a rwmenibnuicer in a book,* and 

ndiearst) it in th*> (.■<»> uf JoaIiuo, — Cluit I 

will .wipeoutll the rvtnembraucv of Amalek, 

fmm undfx tlie beavous.*' 
1* And MoNce built an altar.— and called the 
nauw tliereol, Y'oliwuh-niABi.' '" And he aaid — 
<: Because uf a hand ngutu»t tliu ihrune of 

Yali>« Yftbweh hath war with jVmaIek,— 

from generation to geueratinn I 

S 2S. The Vistt ofJfthro, ifotes' Fathtritk^ie. 

> And Jothro, priest^ uf Midian, fatber-iu-Iaw 
of Meai-it, hoard' all that Uod had done for 
Mo«c«. and for Israel bis people.— in that 
Yahwch had brought forth laroul out of Egypt.' 

3 So Jotbro. Moeeti' fathiT-in-law. tiKik ZipjMJi-ab, 
Moaes* wife,— after ahe had been aeut bomu;^ 
' aod her two aona, — of whom lithe name of the 
onell waaGerahom.' for, said he, 

<A soioumer> am I in a strange land, 
* and the name of the otb«rii Kliezer,'^ for 

llThe God of my fathunl wan my betpi and 
delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh. 
' And Jethro. Moses' fatber-iu-Iaw. came in. M^th 
hie two aoan and bin wife, unto Moses, — into 
the dcacrt where ilheli was enoomping. the 
mountain of God ; * and Miid'* unto Muues, 
1)1." thy father-in-law, Jetlm>J, am uoming in 
unto thee,— and thy wife^ aod her two Munx, 
with her. 

> So MocWM went forth to meet bis fatlicr-in-law, 
and bowed hlmaelf down to him. and kisAed 
him, and they aakcd each other of their wel- 
fare, —and came into the teut. '* Then 
Moses reoounted to hia father-in-law. all that 
Yahweh bod done to Pharaoh, and to the 
KgyptiaiiH, fur iKraol's aake,^all the hardship 
whieb bad Ix-fulleu tbeni by the way. and how 
Yahweh Iiod delivered' them. "Tlion did 
.Tethro rejoitv, for all the good which Y'ahweh 
luid done to Israel,— whom he had deliverod 

* So, aeoonUnff tu bofft 
uaagc, the traaea in thin 
verse abd be nadeird— 
and Ibc vt«tmK?at vbiy 
be thr mrnnwctiioe at n 
jiromuie; but accnnlintr 
Id late iMm« the tenaea 
may be takDonhiaturicaUy. 

^Ut ; "heavy." 

* Ml : "tuouth." 

' BU : "the bixik " : but tlie 
artii^e ntay b^ thut _ut 
HpociM, bcDcc iu £iik1u1> 

* Num. xxiv. 3M. 

'' See a^ve, on warn U. 

« tit. ; " Suznly the luind i» 
10 the booiMf uf y»li" 
— 4iji..U.InCTo. a8a,.'a>t: 
•o also Davka' HX., p. 

^ C^. rhap. ii. 18. 

• A (tn, v.r. i**iiirl : "the 
Unu of Hfgyvt "—Q.n. 

*Or; "letKw'' 

' "A Hojuumar there." 

■ "Uod islidp." 

" Sun.. Sop., dyr. : "I<o!" 
[in»twd of *'I"I-0.n. 
I hi vh. obw render : 
" And oout aald . . . i* 



EXODUS XVin. 10—27; XIX. 1— fl. 

out of tbo liftnci of the flgyptiiuis. ^ And 
JcthtoRftid — 

BkoAOd' be Yahweh, who hath delivered ynu 
out of the hnnil nf the KfO'pl^"^^. ^"^^ ^^^ 
of the lumd of Pharaoh, — 
Who bath delivcrod the jH^jfile fruin nnder 
the hand of the EgyptianB : 
>^ llNowll I know, tliat Hgreatflrl! in Yahweh 
than all tlie godit,— 
llEven in the thinp wherein thoy w*re arro* 
g&Dtover themlL 
)> Thon Uyjk Jetbro. fnther-in-law of Moam. an 
aacendiDg-offenng and mcrificefl" to Otxl.— and 
AaroD and all thv eldets of Itirael canae in. to eat 
bread witli thti father-in-law of Mosee» before 
'* Now it came to pasA <on the morr(tw> ihal 
Mooes sat. to judge the people.— and tho pwipte 
Stood by Moaea, from the monuug. until'' clie 
evening. ^* And <when Moses' father-in-law 
aaw all that );be;| waa doing for the people> he 
WTiat in thin thiDR which llthoiiH art doing for 
tli« people? Whtsrefore' art ||thou:i sitting 
lalonel, with l!aJ! tho peopleli stationed by 
thee, froui morning until" evening? 
>* And Mo«e6 aaiil to hiM father-in-law, — 

Because the people come in unto me to seek 
** < When they have a matter> thBycoaiein unto 
me, then do I judge between a man and his 
neighbour, —and make known the 8tatut«K 
of l>od, and his laws. 
"Then aadd Moees' father-in-lriw untw him,— 

!|Nut good II is th** thing that thou' art doing. 

'• Thou wilt get II quite worn out; both thou. 

and this people that im «rith the«,~for the 

thing is lltoo heav/ for thee||, thou canst 

not do it, I alone i. 

*• II Now II hearken thou to my voice — lot me 

enunsel thee, and may God be with thee : 

Be I thou I for |the people | in fn-'Ut of God, 

soshalt lltiioull bring the matters unto God; 

* and flhalt r^nse to shino U|>on them, the 

statuli'w and th^^ law-s— and make known to 

tbfim tin; way whorrin they should go, and 

the work they nhould da. 

« llThou thyself II thtrrefoTtf. abatt look out, 

fnrni among all the people— men of ability, 

reverers of God. men of fideUty. hatt;ry uf 

extortion, — and pEuoe [them] over them an 

rulers of thouiandii, nileiw" of hundrndR, 

rulers of fifties, and rulora of tens. '•= So 

Hhall they judge the people at any time, and 

it shall be. <all the great mattcni> slrnll 

they bring in wnU* thtv, but <alt the small 

mBtters> shall 'Itbey thenwclveti'1 judge, — 

BO, lighten tliuu the burden for thyiulf, and 

let them U«r it with thoe. 

■ <lf I this thing I thou wilt do, and G<»d shall 

■ Pmii>.pMc»«flarhi4n. Cj*. 
Uhver ft White in P.B.. 
Lfrviticui ; 0.0. 257\ 

^ Some cmmL (w. 1 car. pr. 
sdn., Sato., Bjrr-) : **eT«D 

until "— O.n. 

• Bomecod. 'w.8mn.,ByT.!' : 

'* B%-cn nntil "— <i,ii. 

* Sotoo cod. iw- Ham.. S*Tt. 


' and rulexi ' — 

onramand' th»p> then shall thon lie ablv to 

endure, — j-ea | moreover I llall this peoplep 

fthallgu in I'untotbeirdwfiUingAl] ccmtentud.* 

■* So MoM-M hearkened' to the voice of hi* 

father-in-law, and did all that he had said ; 

>* and Moses ehose men of ahiUty out of all Israel, 

and set tlxem to Iw hcadA over the petipte,— 

rulers of thousands, rulers of hundreds, rulera 

of efties, and rulers of tena. 

■• And they filial! Judge the people, at any 

time.— <the hard iaattcn> fihall they 

bring in onto Moein, but <aU tfa» •mall 

mBtters> shall iithey tbemBelvoaHjodge.^ 

^ And Moeea sent forth his fnbhor-in-lsw,— and 

he went his way by himMlf. unto his own land. 

$30. Tfu Arrit>ai at Sinai : Itraet inviltd to nOer 
into Covenant. 

* <Tn the third month, by the coming forth of 19 
the tKuiH uf Isratil out of the land of £gypt> ilon 
this day II csauie they into the deaert of Sinai: 

^ then wiw it tlmt thoy brake up out of Rephi- 
dim, and uime into the desert of Sinai, and 
eniUain^Mxl in the desei-t, — y«ai [sntel 
there. befon> tliit mountain. ' And 

llMosesI: had gone up unto God> then 
Yahweh unto him. out of the mountain, saying, 

llThus^ shalt thou aay to the house of Jacobs 

And tell the sons of Israel : 

* rYell have seen, wliat. I did onto the 

Egypt'^18. — 
And how 1 bare you upon wings of eagles^ 
And brought you in. unto myself :— 

* II Now i;, thereforw <if yo will IJindeed 

hearken | to my voice. 
And keep my oovenant> 
Then ttholl ye lje mine, ae a treasuie bejood 
all the pcop]«A, 
For <minp> is all the earth;" 
^ But I'yL^II shall be mine. 

As A kingdom of pnest«. 
And n holy nation. 
llTheeell are the words, which thou slialt speak 
luito tho. sons of Israel. 

' Then came Moaes. and called for the 
eldera of the people,— and put before tbem all 
rhewi word.s^ which Yahweh had commanded. 
him. And all the people reepooded. 

tugt'thnr, and naid, 

< All that Yaliweh hath spoken > will we do. 
And Most-s t(x(k Itack the words of the people 
unto Yahweh. » Then said Yahweb" 

unto Mosee : 
X40I :|Ii; am coming unto th^) in tho veiliug^ 
of cloud, in tvder that the peoplt* wAy hear 
when T speak with theo," {moreover alw| 
tluit |:i» thee. I they may trust* to times age- 
Tlivn told Mo«es the wurda of the people, unto 

•M:: " in weU-hdng." 
■> tlen too untw may be 

hi«turical : cp. chap.xvli. 

11, n. 
• A v«ry buautiftil twtl- 

mujy te Ood'i regard for 

the wlkole wurid. 
* HcDoe an ar^tnrat tlut 

Tt»nte I» trivt-s thf rt-TMb- 

»i\v mUintz nt Uif Ten 

f.fna ituiailiDi'ii ts. 
■ John V. 46, 

EXODUS XIX. 10-25; XX. 1-13. 


YmbwBkL '■ And Yahwvh nud unto 

Gu unto the people, «nd Uuju tituilt lialkiw 
them to-<lay. and to-inonT»w, — iind tbey 
(tliall vnuh their cIoUmm ; >' aiid (•h&U be 
ready, by the third d»y, — for <on the 
thinl dBy> will Yaliwith onnie down in 
the si^t uf &U the jMupIt;, upon Mount 
StBM. '■ So then thou nhalt set boundn for 
the people ruuud about, aayiufir, 
Take hoed to yourselvwt— thot ye (fo not up 
into the mountain, nor touch the Imnnd- 
ary thereof, — i| whoowvHr ttmchpth the 
mountains nhall Jstirely dielL "No hand 
Hhall touch it, but hf nhall be I minily 
!tt(intHl 1 tiT lie llMirely Hbuti|, <wheth»r 
<biM«t or nuui> be aliall not live,— 
<Wh«ithe nun's horn Mundelh* llthey ttwm- 
KdTOBl shall come up within the mount.*' 
" Then Mmes went dnwn out of the mount. 
unto the people, — and liallowed tho ])cnple, and 
they waaiied their dotlicA. '^ And hu tiaid 

uiit4> the people, 
Be ready, by the third day,— do not approM^ 


>* And it CHine to pau <on the third day," when 

the mominff had came> that there were 

timbderingM and lightnings, and a htiavy doud 

upon the nwunt, and the sound o( a horn, loud 

H)tOMdingly,~und all the peujile vho were in 

the camp crcmbled'. " And Mobm 

bnmgbt forth the people, to meet God. oat of the 

Damp,— and tbey Btntionnd tbemBelres in the 

bnrer part o( the mount. ** And 

tHonnt Sinai II sniokod lall overj, beaauae 

Yahweb had oooie down thereon. |in firoj,— 

and the «moke thereof went up ae the Rmoke of 

a fumaoe, and all the nioantatn trembled 

exoMdingly. ^ And <as oft a» tlie Mound 

o( the horn went on and lieoame «xixM:<ding 

lottd> llMofSBoH spake and l|G*id|| responded to 

him with a voice. ^ ■* Thuh cAtnv 

Yahweh down up<m Mount Hinai, unto the top 

of the mount, — and Yahweb called Mu«ics unto 

the top of the mount, and Mosm | went 

tipl. 51 Thtm wfcid Yahwehunto Muee^, 

Godown.adjun? the piwple, — lest they prets 

through niito Yahwch, to «.«, and so there 

fall f roifi among them u multitude. 

^ Yea <eren tlie priest*' who do approach 

unto Ynhweh> must hallow tbeniaelvee, — 

lost Yahweh IpTwik in upon them. 

* And Hfifwx said unto Yahweh, 

The people cannot cume up into Mount 
Sinai, — for Ijthou thyself I haet adjured 
on. Aying : 

• BoO.0. 

• •• When the t7iunp>t 
Nounirtb. tli«v kHmU ga 
lurvaid to the tiKiiin- 
Wn"— KaliMh. 

• gnan*"*'""' ivp«t«d ar- 

irf t i«:Op». 

Or , David- 

•im-i.-^'- -j"i-'A- TI>"t 
ve fatTc hero aa tntima- 

iioo at tbe ms»ti«T in 
wbfaib the Tvn t*ma- 
manimentB of TlK- 1*^1- 
Invtnir chaficer were 
enandated, u tnlrrably 
clear. Compare-, for im- 
tidpatury mnthod. Deut. 

XXXi. Witll TfHpCCl to 

" the KoQir ' ' ft xxxli. 
■ •'Prob. fAtvnoiM (exet* 
dukriM pn^sU}- fuac. 

Set lM>unds to tlie munntain and hallow it 
•* And Yahweh baid unto him — 

Away, down t then slwlt thou oome up. {|thoa 
and Aartm witti theijQl,— but <a94 for the 
prieata* and tiie people > let it not be that 
tttey |>rei!iH through tooomeupunto Yahweh. 
kst \h' Vu^'ak in upon them. 
* 8o Moaen went down unto the people, —and >aid 
[these thingft] unto tliea. 

9 3L The Law oj Ten Commawl*. 

1 And God Bpftke all thc«e worde, saying :— 30 

' Jl i: am Yahweb thy Uod,— who hove brought 

thee forth out of ihf* land of Egypt, out of 

the houM of servants :— 

> Thou idialt not have othur gods, beeidai 

* Tliou pihalt not make to thee an image .« or 

any form, that is in the heavens above, — 
or that iH in the earth bei>e*th.— or that is 
in tlie wntont. lienoatb the earth ; ' th»)u 
ahalt not Low thyself do»Ti to them, nor 
lie led to Ber\'e them— For iT. Yahweh. 
thy God(" am n jealonn fron, n'Mtlng'' the 
iniquity of fathent. nptm Honi^ unto thrue 
[genemtionft] and unto four. I of them that 
bate me': '^ ffttt $tutnrttf tovitujkindnet* 
unto thouanmi* [of gimfrationa\' — ofUutn 
trJio loif. m£. and keep mf/ commaitdnctUilJ 

' Thou »hait wit utter the name of Yahweh 

thy God. for falaehood,' for Yahwoh will 
not let him go nnpuxviahed' who nttercth 
hi« naine. for falsohood. 

■ Remember the aabbatb day.'' to hallow it : 

* <Six dayB> sbalt thou labour, and do oU 
thy work: '** but I'the neventh day!) iit a 
Bahbath.' unto Yahweh thy (Jod,— thou 
lihalt do no work !|thou. nor thy Aon. nor 
thy daughtor. [nor]^ thy servant, nor thy 
handmaid, nor thy lieoat. nor thy flojoumor 
who is within tbyRateslI. " For <in 
fix dftys> did Ynbweh make the heavens 
and the earth, [and] > the jfea — and all that 
in them Ib, and rested on the seven^ 
day.— < for tfaia oauae> Yahweh bteoaed 
the Buhbath day^ and h&Uowed it, 

'^ Honour thy fntlier. and thy mother, — that 
thy dnyf may t* prolonged' upon tlie mtH, 
whidi Yuhweh thy God is aliout to give'" 
unto tluttj. 

i^ Thou fthalt not commit murder. 

>* Thou ahalc not commit adultery. 

i" Tliou fihalt not flteal. 

* " Prub. eAU/i'iint (tnttr- 
ctnnx pnenUy fimc- 
tiOJM)"— 0.(i. WJI. 

* Ml : " unto niy face.' ' 

* Either oirved' nr rravtn 

ipfffl): KbM oaM ot a 
vhtr44. nr ItniiJied w. the 
chUvl '*— Davie*' HX. 

* Or; "eluui^ni^." 

* Cp. chap, xxxtv. R, 7 vonil 

Sallach'a not* thorej ; 

ttlMt UcUt. V, P. 

' Cp. chap, xxzlv. 6, 7> n. 

■ (>T : "Tanity." 

''<Jr; "thedAV (rfrert." 

■ Or : "a rwrt.^' 

• tkimt cod. (w. 8 car. nr. 
cdna., Jan.): "nur"— 

< Ham. MR., Onk. MR.. 
Jon. Mfi., 6ep., Syr. : 
" and Ibe aea " — Oji. 

-Ml: "bgivfof." 


EXODUS XX. Irt— 26; XXI. 1 IH. 

Tbrrii shale not Wwtify" agunitt thy lustgh* 
Idrtir. with a w-itnetw of f&lw)i<xMi. 

Tliou oholt notoovpt, thy neijihliour'R hoiuie. 
— thwi ahHlt not covet, thy neighbourV 
wife, nor hi» Bwvant,'' uor his honclnuud. 
nor hi* o», nor hiw asb. nor anything 
which belongf^th untt» ihy neighbour. 

g 32. Thif Peofii* nrc IrrriM, awl prfi'aU on 
Jiin§f$ to hfor Gad iii thfir itfuA. 

'" And Iiall the peupltMl m>re witnossintf the 
voicen uiul the toPohcB.' niid the wand of the 
hnm, iut(i the mountun. stuoking. —m tlien tlie 
p4M>|tif were iCruok with two* uid shrank iMok, 
nm] Mtood tdaj ofL ^' And tbey said untu 


Stimk [itbouH with us. and we will hear,— 
but let not <^od spoak' with us, leet we die. 
*> And Muaes said unto the people- 
Do not fear, for <to the end he may provo 
yrMi> liath God come', — and lo the end th? 
revuninoe of him may be upon yDur faoes, 
tliat ye sin not. 
'^ So then the people 8toi>d afar otf.— and llMosea;] 
approached unto the thick gloi>rii, whiTo God 

K S3. 7Vnti«(fMma< Wartm^a apai^ttt Id/ti^try, and 
/nstrwefuMU «« to Divine Wtmhip. 

■Then nait) Yahvroh unto Mtj»«os, 

II ThuK I shalt thou say. unto the Hmsof Israel,— 
ilYuyuuraelviMil have rieon that <outof the 
heaii'ciia> ha^e 1 wjxfkcn with you. 

^ Ye shall nut make [sut;ht] beside me.— 

<-: neither tpd» of ailver. nur t;uds of gold> 
shall ye make to youn<e|veK 

^ <An altar of earth > shalt thou make to 

tne, then nhalt thou offer thenHipon thine 
aecendin({-«Bcnfit».-4, and thy pencivnlfrr- 
ings, thy sheep, and thine oxen. < In 

every place wbecv I may mention' my 
nBnke> will I come in untu tbee. and will 
lileufi thet?. 

^ But <i( i|aii altar nfrttonesll thou wilt make 

t*j me> thouchaltudt build them huwn,— 
for <aii (Kion SB thou liAAt lifted lltliyflhar[> 
toolll Lhen>u|iou> thou luwt prufant<d it ;■ 

** neithtsr Khalt thou go up I by stupHj unto 

mine altar,— leflt by any means thy shame 
be dtsoovored thereui«m. 

f 34. Ja OuUint of SoeiaJ and JMiffiotu tatM^ in 
Ampli/ication of th^ Pmpotfd Cortnant. 

jfl 1 Now litliL'sell are the regulations^ which thou 
shalt put before them. 

* <Wben thou tihalt acquire a eerrant who is a 

• Ml: "ejwwbt." 

^ flotne i^id. I w. ctem., 

H«p,j : "liin Quid 07 bin 
MTMUll " — Q.n. 
•lit: •••wsJaff." 

* Op. Iter. if. 6 : pMniblr 
in lib« sBosaof " thuailcr- 
t>^ ood UghtitlngH." 

• 9o it aU be (w. Sam.. 
Bjr.;— Ciji. 

» Cp. Dent, xxvii. 6. 
'''nisti* "niI».""divino 

•t[T[tlicutJnn» u( Uw to 

actual Ut«." 

Heljivw> iiftix yeanl shall he serve.— but 
Uin Che aevmthi' shall he go nut fraely— for 
Bought. ■ <If [|by himsairj b» came 

in> 'Jby himself, sliatl he go out.— <tf he 
was ||n\arnedi|>* then jftiall bia wife go out 
with him. * -elf [ihi.s lurdii" gnvi* him a 
wife, and she have Iwrtie him wma cr 
daught«t«> I tiie wife and her oluldren|| 
nliall be her lord's, and lllwl shall go liut by 
hiniM-lf. • But <if the servant 

shall il plauily say t, 
I love my lunl,<= and my wifa. and my 
suiia, — 1 will not gu out frao^ 
then sliall his Inrd^ bring him near unto 
God,* and shall bring him near unto the 
iloor, or untu the door-puat, — and his lord 
shall piorue his ear with an awl, so shall 
he serve him all his Ufa. 

Atid <whon a mau shall nell his daughter Co 
Ijts a handmaid> she shall not go out 
»(Yx>rding to the uuL-gaing of the nieu- 
Mirvauis. <U «tlie is uncomely in the 

eyes of her luid, who hath not* aasigned her 
in niarriftge> tlwn shall he aulTer hor to be 
redeemed: <tu a strange people> shall 
ho not have power to sell her. in that ho 
hath dealt tnMofaeroualy with her. " And 

<if ilto his soDil bo assign ber> llaooonling 
to the ountom' for daughters:) shall be do 
for ber. » <If he take to himself 

;|anolheril> liher food, ber clothing, and her 
marriage-right II sliall he not withdraw. 
But <tf liUiew threoi) be uiU not do for 
lter> then shall sho gu out for nought, 
without silver.* 

<Uc that smiteth a mau,aothathedie> sli&lt 
iisurely he put to deatfaiL '' But <be 

who hath not lain in vrsit, but IjGodr. hath 
oocosioDcd him to oome C<> his bnud> then 
H-ill I appoint for tbuo a plnue, whither he 
may Hfn-- '* But cwhrna nianshall act 

presumptuously against his Deighbour. to 
slay him withguiho, lifmm mino alt&r;!^ 
shoJt thou take him tij die. ^^ And <hc 

tliat tuiiiteUi liLi father or his mnther> shall 
i|*urfly l)e put todeathi '"And <he 

titst i4t>.*uJeth a man of the sous of Israel' 
bimI itflluth him, or he be found in his 
band> ttlioU i, surely lie imt t4) death|L 

And <he who reviloth hiM fatlwr or his 
motber> shall ilsumly beput todesthn. 

And <wbeo men strive Uigetlwr. and one 
shall smite the otlter. with a stone ur with 

•JO : ** owner 'ba'at/ ot a 

*M1: "111* loida." But 

uvidnitiT icn. ver. fi| id. 

■*of (i«iiIity/'B»so often. 

* Hun? mn^. iHeb. 'arfonr). 
Cp. ivi. 4. 

Heh. : IUf'4Mmm—» Be- 
far* the JndfftM, and tu 
alnvjst sn Interpreten : 
tor thi judRcw pninrHinee 
the •nttvnne iu tlit.- luuite 
vtiht IhiltT"— KollMb. 

• n-niiru \l,-') "utrt"; but 

altpf, I " for biiuwilf ." 
Sttmn (vmI. w. Aiuni.. 

Ssp-. Syr.) both vrrtle 
mea nod "fur hbnwlf." 
Otliereod. iw. 7 tar. pr. 
eifaw., Sam.) both mrite 
and Mw# "out" — U.n. 

' Or : " regnlstkin." 


k Note tho lo^tnU f one of 
thisemphsMfl: avon fton 
tliEitcf shslt than tako 
him: ihiitiLxj-lnm. Nionvi 
Lhuu>;b it in, •lt»ll Iwno 
Ksylum toT hinii. 

> Bo it ahd lie < w. Ansi., 
rtop.i— U.n- (Thft wurdU 
"at tbu wnu of Inaal " 
nrtt foond la M.C.T.] 



EXODUS XXI. 18-36; XXU. I— 10. 


Kiia fist,— ftnd hii die not. but nhall UII to hin 
Itied ; — ^ if be riae, and nhxW walk nliroad 
^:3nhini»tKff> then nhatl he that ftimrtH liitn 
tje an]uittc<l, — |otily| <for hiti loan of 
-•^ine> he niiail p»y, and iishnll uirelyhe&lll 
^ Ka<l <when B man ithall ttniitv bio servant or 
ftiis handmaid with a nK], and he di»*. under 
^iM hand> tte fUiall llMirRly lie avenged >(; 
Tiev«rl)i«lpss <if I'for a day itr for two 
cSaynll he o)ntinuo> heAhall not ito avtin^ed, 
for lihis }nlvL*rl hii is'. 
>a3cl <wb(*n men athv^ together^ an<l posh 
■agwiniit a woman witli child, and nbe 
WTiincurry,* hut theru i» no athir mi«chicf> 
.fciu shall inurvly \>s Hnc-dll. itccorUinfi; uft the 
-^roman's bu»tiand ^hall lay tipiju him. hut he 
^Bh*U give it thmuf^h judtfc!*. » Hut <i£ 
'EoiMUiief lollow> tb»n nlmlt thou giv^ Ufe* 
•Tor life:'' "eye for eye, tooth for, — 
Kiand for band, foot for fo-it, ** hmnd for 
^mnd,' wound fur wound, — tttripo for 
k.«3d <when a man «ntl»th th? »ye of bin 
ewrvant. nr the «ye of bit) handinafd, and 
<ieatruyeth it> hf* shftll aond him forth 
llfreei for hi»eye; '*^ or <if itbc t*KitIi of 
ftiia a#rv&nt, or tlw tooth of Kih handmaid I [ 
9» knock rnit> hff aboil aend him forth 
1 1fnwli for bis tootiL* 
^V3d <wbi:^u an ox (^reth a man or a wotuan. 
^id diiath eiiHUL>th> tbi; ox hball liaunity bp 
^toHMi and his fieHh iduiU not be eaten, 
^knd Itbfl owner of the oxil ahoU be 
4quit. ^ But <if 'I the ox wan 

'^vont to ^ore* tx'foiv that tiow' and it hath 
Miecn attested to hia owner, and b» hath ni>t 
'jirooeedod to put him undtrr fniard. and bf 
«auaetli the duatli of man or woman> iitlia 
«ix'! abali bo AtoDod, and llhiAowuer&Uo'I abaU 
l)e put to death. "* <lt' lia un-oover- 

iagw be laid ou hiin> tbpn hIiaH he give a 
X«DKMD for hiA hfe,^ according to' what- 
aoever may )« laid on him -. '* <if il&aoDll he 
Cfore. or a daughter hegura^ lacoonliag 
To Chia n>gulution I sliatl it lie done to him ; 
<if la nervant | tlie ox gi>re. or a hand- 
mud I > < thirty »ttL-kelsf/f Bil\*t:r> Hliall he 
^Te to bid lotd, and ytJie oxil tiliaU be 
-And <when a man opi'noth a pit, or when 
a man diggeth a pit, and dutli m-t cover it, 
— ftod there faLleth tliereinto an ox or an 
ifli> M||tho owner of the pit.i .'^lukll make 
it good, <Mliror> aliall he iwy back to the 

"~r**t' "her ahildnm go 

- V^ ; --onl-" 

Bamlng (or bamitts" 

■ UwiMi tlur primary •ir- 

^^tm ot thUlaw, Baiiti>ly, 

•J^ proicrt boat hijurr. 

■*Io«- tenderly carrfuJ o( 

t ),- wvakn rhiM tbr 

^I. "TfWtenUr.tliethiKl 


( Botae ood. \w. Oak. MS.. 
Hwp., Stt.I ha.rv: "But 

* V,: "Kiol." Thisonoct- 
mitiit ruMw th« impart- 
oiit iiuiiHtian, how far 
thftw d«akh - {MualtleA 
Ifcnvntllj wrrv commnt- 
ablp. V.V. cluip. XXX. 13. 

'Some cua. Iiavo : "with 
WhatMHTer '*— tl.n. 

owner tliQroof.—aud iltbe dead beast.! abaU 
be his. 

And <when the ox of one man thraateth the 
ox of hi« nfighboui^ ao that it dic>th > then 
(•Itall tlicy Will the live ox. and divide the 
iiiJver theror>f, and <tbe dead ox al*» 
ahall they divide. *• Or <if it was 

known that Ian oxil uiui [wont to gore| 
before tluit time,* and liis owner pruoeedofl 
not to put him under fruard> Ite ahatl 
Isurely make troodll— au ox for the ox, and 
lithe dead oneii sball be his. 

<\Vhen a man steahrth an ox or a slieep,*' 22 
and alayeth it, nr selk'th it> <with five 
of the herd > KbaJI he moke gixid — for 
tliu nx, or -cwith fimr of the flijuk> for the 

< If r in the place of breaking tn 1 the thief be 
found* and he U smitten wj that he dJeth > 
tlient id due for him' no' .'shedding of 
Mood : ' <should rhn mm have ariiwn 
u|tan bim>* there w«juhl fx* jthcdding of 
bkKxi due fur him/— he i.i I surely to make 
rontitutitml, <if he bath nothings then is 
be to be jwld. for Lis theft. * <If the 
thing utoleii u ifotmd' in his tuuid I— whether 
ox. or aua, or sheep, aiiv«> jwith twoii 
ahall be make rvtitution. 

<When a man cauaeth a field or a vineyard to 
be depoaturod, or hath nent in bU own 
cuttle and stripped ttie field of another> be 
shall llHurely make rttHtitutioni' out «f hid 
own 6old. aceoniiuff to the yii'hl theivof: 
or <rif "all the liold I be di-pu»ture>f with 
the heat of hif> own Held, or with the bet»t 
of bi« o»7i vineyard > sihall b*" make 

<Wben a tire bivaketh out. and hath come 
upon thoma. and tw there ia ooaMimcd a 
stack of sheaves. f:>r the standing eom. or 
the Betd> he that kindled the are ilsball 
Burely make rwtitntiim '. 

<Whcn a man givcth nnto hw noighbnnr 
ftilrer or jewelry, to keep, and it iw stolen 
out of the hfjuse of the man> ; • <if the 
thief be found > be ihall give in restitution 
[double!: <if the thief be notf<)und> then 
shall the owner of the hou.>ie be brought near 
nnto Qod [to swearj that he hath not laid 
his hand on the property of bin neighbour. 

-;For any aflair of trespass — for an ox, for 
an ass. for a »hoep. for a mantle, for 
anything lost, ns to which one could aay— 
Thisifl it:i>« <unto God> shall come the 
affair of them both,— ilhe whom God sliall 
condemn 1 shall make nwtitution of double, 
to his ueiubbfiiir. 

<\V1h>u a man delivereth unto his neighbour. 

•Ml: "vcnt«RUT.U)« third 

*Or: "goat." 
" Aa moth a» to iay : " If 

liA bo utnKbt in the act." 

* Aud bo tiMiref ore not twva 
been ought In tho act. 

• That Ifl, tlm ilaiu in cold 


'The wordii bstvei'n 
"another" ood "with 
the b>^" »\A Us add«d 
; w. e*im. and Spp. < — <l.n. 

« ■■ Ut whkb it im Niid tltat 


EXODUS XXn. 11—31; XXHI. 1—15. 

ui nas. or an ox, or a sbeeps* or may beast 
Itokoevit— and it dii*th, or is fracuirod.or 
ii driven awny. no one behotdiiiit> " i|thc 
oath of Yahwehil fiball oome betweco tlicm 
both. That lie bath not laid hi« band uti ilw 
property of his neighbour, — then shall thu 
owner thereof accept it. and be shall not 
taake reetication. ^ But <if it be 

Itverily stolen! from hiin> he filiall make 
restitution to the ovner thereof. " < If 

it l>e !l verily torn in iiieoes||> be shaU 
bring it in as a witness,— <for that which 
was tom> he shall not make restitiitioti. 

i^ And <when a man aaketh auf^ht nf hia 
neighbour, and it w fmcturod nrdioth. Hits 
ownerll not' being with it> ho shall lisurely 
make rmtitutioDil. <^<If litu ownerit was 
with it> be ahull nut make reatitutian, — 
<if it IB ||hired|!> it rumeth into itM hire. 

'* And <wlien a man tintioeth a virgin who i» 
nut bHtrotiied. and iietli with hi*r> hu 
shall iHurvIy pay a purcliaM:<pri(;« that 
■he may be hi«' wife. " c If hirr fitther 

ilutterly refuse I to give her to him> 
<silver> sluUl he weigh out, according to 
the purohatfc- priM- of virgin^. 

^ < A tforoeresa> '' ahalt thou not suffer to live. 

1* llWhcaoever Hetb with a beastij idudl lisurely 
be put to death |. 

* liHe that wu:ri6eech tu the gudali ttliall be 

devoted to destruction, — except [be sacri* 
ficeth] to Yahweh alone. 

*" And <ft M>j<iumer> slialt thou nut tnsd 
down, ntsither .shalt thiMi drive htm away,— 
for <Jtojuumeni> ye became in the land of 

" <Neither widow mir fatherlBaK> iihalt thou 
bnnuliate : ^ <if thou Hdo humiliatejl him> 
llwben he in auywise crieth out unto me|| 
I will lisurely hear, liw outcry: ** bo shall 
Idndie mine anger, and I will ulay you with 
the sword, — and your |wiveii| aIiaII become 
j widows I, and your ] sous { | fatherless |. 

* <If ;iailverl| tliou vrilt lend unto my pec^file — 

unto the humbled one by thee> tbou ahalt 
not be to him' like one tliat Iwdetli un 
iiiten»t.-~thou shalt not lay upon him' 
^ <ir thou lido take in pledgeli thtt mantle o{ 
thy iieighb(iur> <by the going in of the 
■unll aiuUt tbou rtatore it to him; "for 
il that II is bint oidy cu«-ering, I that II i» hi>« 
mantle, for his »kin,~whtfn*iu iitiail be 
(deep? and it shall come to pa«8. <whL>ii he 
nuketh outcry unto me> then will I henr, 
heoauM llgraciousi: I tan.' 

* <God>» shalt thou not revile,— and <aprince 

among thy people > shalt thou not cunte. 

* <'niy fulness and tliinc ontfJow> shalt thou 

not delay, — <the tirstboni of thy j*ona> 
ahftlt thini yive tu in«?, * l.Thus, sliolt thou 
do with thine ox. with thy sheep,* — <Beven 
dayH> sliall it he with its dam, <on the 
eighth dfty> dialt thou give it to me. 

•Or: "goat," •>€.>. Ilca.xviii.9-H. •Cfaap.xxi.fl. 

■M: "raJw" or " t«ko 
up": wmiae word km in 
chap. XX. 7. 

*Or: "miaehlpf." 

•Or: "testify." 

o Ml : "looM-D ur unload] 
with him.*' Cp. O.G. 

•Or: "doclftrorlghl«juii.*' 

'Lit: "in bringing." 

f Bofflc e«l. tw. Bwa., Sep. 

and BjT.) ; " and with^" 

— Gji. 
^ Cp. 0. Intro. 401. 



" <Holy men> therefure. shall ye truly 

to me,— and <fli>ah in the field torn to 
piece6> Hhall ye not cat, <to the doga> 
shall ye cast it. 

1 Thou ahalt not utter * a false ivport, Do S8 

not Uy thy band with a hiwl«« man, 
to become a witDees belpiug forward 
viotenoe and wrong. ^ Thou elwlt not 

fcdlow multitudes to commit widted- 
neaa,'' — neither shalt thon answer" in a 
quarrel, so as to turn away after multitudes.^ 
to miAlead. ' <Bven s poor maa> 

shalt thou not prefer in his qoarreL 

* <When thou meeteet ihe ox of thine enemy, 

or his aas. going astray> tboa ahalt llsuiely 
bring it baekv to him. 

* <When tlicm xeejtt the an of him that hateth 

thee, niukiug down under his burden, and 
mighteet Imve forebonie tu unload hiin> 
thou shalt Itiurely help him to unloailil^ 
" Thou shalt not pervert the viudiuati*m of thy 

needy one. in hi* quarrel. 
' <;Krom a matter of faj!iehoed> tbou nhalt 
keep far away,— and <the innocent une and 
the righteouB> do not thou slay, for I will 
not justify a lawless ^man. * And <a 

bribe> abalt thou not take,— for litlie bribe | 
hiindeth the clear-sighted, and perverteth 
the wordx of the righteous. <■ And <a 

aoioumHr> Hh&lt thou not drive away, — 
seeing that iiye yountelveeil know the suul 
of a Hojourner ; for <«ojouruera> booame 
ye in the laud of Cgrpt. 

1" .A,nd <«ix yean»> shalt tbou sow thy land, — 
and nhalt gather the yield' thoroof ; •' bat 
<the seventh year> nhalt thou let it re«t 
and be Htill. no ahall the needy of thy people 
eat, and <what they leave > nball the wild- 
beast of the Geld eat, — <in bke manner> 
ahalt thou deal with thy vineyard, with« 
thine oliveyard. 

1^ <Six day8> shalt thou do tliy work, but <on 
the seventh day > slialt thou kwp sabtjath, — 
that thine ox may tuit. and thine om, and 
that the eon of thy handmaid, and the 
sojourner. |may be refreshed |. 

^' And <ia all that I liave said unto thee> 
ahalt thou take heed to thjreelf,— and <the 
name of other goda> ahalt thou not 
nieuticni. It shall not be heard ujMn thy 


» < Three ttmei> shalt thou keep festival to 
me, in the year. " <T}u) fratival of 

unleavened cak«e> shalt thou k«'p,—|i«even 
days I Ahalt thou eat unleavened cakus, ae I 
oommnnited thoe. at the appointed time 
uf tlw month Abib; for <tlierein> 
earnest tbou forth out of Egypt, — and 





EXODUS XXm. J6— 33; XXTV. 1—8. 


'fclwy «ItttU not nee my face' (empty- 
KatUkHed;. >* And the fmtivid of 

tuu-vcEt. with th«> fintfniitn of thy labount, 
^vhicti thuu fttuUt sow in tho fit^ld. Aud 

ftlie festivE] of inMStfaerind;— nt the uut- 
KVUBS of th« year, when thou liiuit 
S»thcred ia thy Uboura, out of the 
field. t' < Three timRK in the 

3re*r> sholt all thy mAles »e« the f*cb uf*^ 
rti« Lord Ykhwelx.o 
"liou shftlt not offer <witb anything 
l«iiven«d> tho blood of my aAerifioe, — 
r«ae!ith«r shall th* fat of my ffwtival-Morifice 
z-«inukin' until mnrning. '• <The be^nuing 
»jf the firatfruits of chy ground > fthalt thou 
larixkc^ intu the hoiue of Yahu-eh thy God. 
I'btm «hmlt not boil a Idd. in the luilk of 
XXm dam.*' 

i«c3 * II I II am aendiug a moHsent^'r'' before 

ttwe, to jfiiard thee in tho way,— and tc 

>'»rin9 thee intn the place which 1 have prc- 

[Mknsd. ^ T&ktf thou heed of hiByreaeuoe, 

aoui hearken to tuA vuice— do not vex him, — 

f csr he will not pardon your tnuia^-Asion, 

fcjr uauw I is within liim. >= But 

-< if thou , wilt" indMnl hearken il to 

lua voiw, and wi wilt du all that 1 may 

»ye«k > then will I b« an Mmmy to thine 

^9«»etniea, and an advuntary Vi thine odver- 

■mauieH ; •* for my mesMmgrr shall ^ before 

*fcoe, and bring thtw in — nntu the Amorite, 

xa^id the Uittite, and the Penzzite, and the 

O^iuimanit^, tlie* Hivite. and the Jebiurate,— 

«.«L» will T destmy them. >* Thou itliiJt 

raot bow thywlf down tn their gods, neither 

^ftnalt tlmn be U-d tofMtrve thttm, neither slmlt 

't-lion do acuirdint; Ui tlieir wnrka,— but thou 

«.tialt llvt-rily uvertlirow tlmm, and Icom- 

V>l»-*t**ly break in pieces . their pillant. " So 

»*V)aIl ye •ert'e Vahweli your <>i»d, and he 

■«v-ill bleM thy bread, and thy wattir,— and 1 

-wrill tAk« Away aicknem out of thy midst. 

'X*beire fihall be nothing cafiting itM ynatig 

«-»r barren, in thy land, — <the nuinU-r nf 

K-Vty day»> will I make full. «<My 

t«^rror> ' will I aeud Imfore thee, and will 

c-^^mfuund all the pouple, anidngttt wboni 

tlwrti uKalt oomo,— and will deliver up all 

t^Hine nnemics unto tht»:> a^ they flue. 

»eou Ml^be. Q. Intro. 
4A ^Tiw Mawncttca 

P*t*»<> » a* to Mcurs 
^■»»» T>8r vttli ekaptcr 
*m**- «; "but nM*- 
•n» liJif Exn. xxilfri/i: 
*»**^. ?i; t**i. I. 12. 
'*'-*- • aillicult 

ill" w^ 


■"** •r4Ji ili>f Iwsim- 
■CI^*^>Ue Name, pw- 

'•I<ow»" i«*«iiir t>/ Umt 
Nunr, eomiwlMng a re- 
port kt •• O'ji. " iDMtcad at 
" Ijihp " in A.V. and 
H.V. <->. Intro., Chaa. 
TV.. I., n. i. 
■ Cp- chap, xxxjv. SO; Den. 
xtv. 31. 

* Tbero Kctaii tti be mi 
rcBwru to doobt thtt, In 
thi« Me«Miievr of Yah- 
weh, Kc VAtfUi ■ glinipne 
of ■ocM* nijrrffj-y 1& tilt* 
liodb'-ad. For i:-<>ptra«t 
with an infcrinr nam 
•cn^ir. MK cb«p. xKxiii. 

* KiiKu; wti. [w. Sum.. Onk. 
uiil I ear. pr. eda.j 
"anil the"— O.n. 

'Or; "a temn- (rf ma." 

" And I will nend the hornet, before thee, — 
and it nliall drive out the Uivite. the 
Camuinittf. and the Uittite. from befor« 
thae. * I will not drive them out from 

before thee, in one year*— lest the land 
Hhontd become a deeolatiou, so would the 
¥rild-beaat of the field mttlbply over thee. 

* <LiU]H by littlis> will I drive them out 
frtim befnre thee,— until thou bocomo fruit- 
ful, thi^n ahalt thou tako pnajtnaion of the 
land. >■ So will I act thy bound* from 
the Red Sea. even unto the wa of the 
PhiHitiiKM. and from the deeert unto the 
River ( Euphrates),*— fur I u-ill deliver into 
your hand the^ inhabttanta of the land, 
so abalt thuu drive them out from liefore 
thee. ** Tliou shalt not make. <with 
them or with their godB> i:a euvenantl]: 

*" they ahall not dwell in thy land, ket they 
oaoBB |tbeo| to (BD ogaioBt |me|,— for thou 
mightetit ■ervc their godi^ verily 1 it would 
become to thee |a anarej ! 

$35. TkeCovmatUjinatlyrtttiiltd. 
' And <nntoMoM08> he said — »» 

Come up unto Yahweh— ithou. and .\aron. 
Nndab. and Alrihu, and Acventy of the 
elders of I«»e]|l.—vi> ahall ye bow youreelvei 
down, fmm afar. ' And Moiies alone' ahall 
draw near untu Yabweli, but theyll aball 
not draw near,— aud l)the peopleil tdiall not 
come up with bim. 
' So Mooed came, and recounted to the people 
all tlu! wfirdtf of Yahweh, anil all the rcgulo- 
tiond,' — and all tho people rt«ixinded with one 
vnioo, and said, 
< All the ivords which Yahweh hath spukeD> 
will we do. 

* Then wrote Moaes nil the words of Yahweh, and 
row* up cHrly in the morning, and buitded an 
altar, under ttic mouutoiu.— and twelve pillara, 
fur the twelve tribce uf Israel; ** and he sent 
yiiunK men of the »una uf hunel,^ and they 
t»u»ed lo go up. ascending^aBcriticea,— and tilew 
t-ieaiL-e'-otferingR to Yahweh. of nxen. * Tlien 
took Moiiea. half of the blood, and put it in 
basins, and <half of tho blood > davbed bo 
o^-er the altar ; ' then took he the book * of 
tho oovenant, and read in the earb of tho 
people. And they naid, 

<A11 that Yahweh hath spoken > wiU we do. 
and will hearken. 

* Then Moaes took the blood, aud dashed over 
the people,— and said, 

Lo I the hloofl uf the oovenant which Yahweh 
hath »:>]emniMed with .vuU, over' all theee 

* Gen«iallf utudcmtood by 
the Heb. hoaiKUAA' hero 

^ Some cod. rw. Joo. and l 
ear. pr. pdii.] : "all the" 
— G.o. 

• Prvbabty by "thcwDriB" 

here we nnd nndentand 
tlw tea cunuuuula and 
by "the rt^nlations" 
the MptoaddM budy uf 

fundammtbU lefrittlatJon 
oimtainrd in chaptere 
■* Aod m*,Mll limuH appeara 
tut yiA m the riiaraicter uf 
a nalioa of ptiMts. The 
cacriflcc*. too. on.- thoM 
alont uf <1eiDtion and 

'Or: " upon tbo barii Of ." 


EXODUS XXIV. 9—18: XXV. 1—22. 

* TbuQ wtuit up MoMM and Aftron, Kod&h and 
Ahihii, and wtvonty uf thu oldcrs uf Ito-acl; 

1" uiH thf.y (WW thp Gt>d uf IhfwI, — ami <under 
hiii feft>" like a pnwmtait of Mp|4iim, and 
like tliw very heavoiw,'* fur brighuiiiafej*' nud 

1' <agun»t tht! nolikw of tboaiins t>f Ianicl> put 
he not forth hia hand,— no thtrn thtsy hjul vuion 
of Qtid, and did eat and drink.'' 

$36. St/ Oirint Omnand, JUotrt, aUendmt 6y 
Jiuhuii tmlt/, an^ftuiM Afovtit Sinai to rterive 
(A* Ttm Taljieaamlfurihrr Lav>»; anHmnainM 
in the Muunlitin fi>rty Dajia and fmip IfiijhU. 

" Then aaid Yah»-ph unto MiNtei— 

Come thtiu Ufi uniu niL*. in the mountain, and 

retnaiii thuu thore.— for I mu»t give thee* 

tables of dtLinc', and the law. aitd thi; coin- 

maudturut, which I hove writtoii. to direct 


f And MoAM rose up, and Jciehua hift attendant, 

and MuHeci went up into tht^ mountain uf Utid ; 

'* Ixit -'UQtM tbo elders> ho said— 

Tarrj* for ua here, until wi? return unto 


And lol ilAoronand Hurli are with you, llhw 

that hath a cauHe[| ' let him draw uoar unto 


t* So then MoNM wont up into the mountain, — 

and the ctmid ouventd tho mnuntain. >' And 

thrt (jlory of Val]WL*h n^tMl iijitiii Mount rtinaJ, 

and th*i cloud covered it aax dayn,— th«ti allied 

be unUi MutieA. on the tvventh day. out df the 

midflt of (becloud. ^' And ilthe ajipt'iariincc of 

the pkuy of YahwchI; wa« Uko a (^onKumintf 

6re.^ oo the top of th« muuntain,— in die 

sight* of the tmnii of Innu?!. '* And Muetw 

entond into the midst of the cloud, and arKtended 

into the mouutain. And it onine tu powt 

that Mqew was in the mountain' forty days and 

forty nights. 

337. Motca i* inKtrttrted to matt o Sanefuarp, am/ 
holjf OarmentK ; and to ttonaecrate Aaron and 
kin Son* to iftini*tcr at Prietttt, 

25 * And Yfthweh spake unto Moett. sftying : 

9 Speak unto the twjim of Ttcrnel, that they take 
for me. a. heave -offering, — <of every mui 
whoM) he«rt urgeth him> jihall ye take my 

• And lithisli is the heave-offentig wliioh ye 

ahftU take of them, — gold ami nilvor. and 
bmuxe. ; * ami blue, and purple, and ohm- 
son. and fim* Hnen, and goat's hair; "and 
mma* iskinii dyed red, and badgers' akimi. 

■Did tber actually wee 
mn-r than what wm 
"iinJfTth* fwl" of tlio 
Gqd oi licnu-l* Tho 
■acred TCMirvr uf th« 
detcriptieD is at unw 
pietknUy gnad «ik1 n>- 
Itfiioiulf tnipnwre. 

■■"Ukc th« mbRlaiiM ef 

Uii-"kr=tlie tky iiMsIT" 
— o.n. 

•"I'lmly"— tJ.O. 
ri On whiit pruvlidiinit iliil 
tbcT fr>ut.' Wm* it no 

Um covfsiant mcriBx^am 
mentioned to vone 6 T 

• A wll-knuvn tnroe of 
the " oobirtativv *' fvnn 
of the verb bore uaed. 

' Or : '• that ihvy may have 
a cde of iawii, may bo 
Uw-(riiiilod." Cp. Heb. 

vii, n. 

> Ml : "ho ttuit in ft suuier 

.tii'nt] i»( w>inl»." 
^ Ilcb. xii 'JP. 
' ill : "U» the e)«a," 

and ocaeia wmid; 'oil for giving light, — 
perfumes for theanoiDtingoil,and forfngmnt 
iucouse: 'onyx' fttom.'s.and M-ttiiignUtncft.— 
for tho epbod and for Che UrMUtpicce : 

So Khali they make for me a mootuary, — and 
I will make my habitation in their midnt : 
<aooording to all tbat ,ll, am shew-ing 
tlieo, the pattern of tbe habicatioti, and the 
pattern of all tbe fumlAhingb^ thereof > 
I, even ao'I fthall ye nmke it. 

And tliey shall make an ark of ncaeia wood.— 
||twocubit«and a haUii the length thon><if. 
and Iia cubit and a half ti the brciuUb tbi-rv- 
of, and |ia cubit and a halfn the bfigbt 
thererif. » And thou nholt overlay it with 
pure gold, < within aud withuut> altalt 
tbou overlay it,— aud thou nlialt make^ ther*'- 
on*^ a rim** of gold, round about. •* And 
tlvuu i^balt L-ii^t for it four ringti of gold, and 
abolt put ttbem] on tbe four fiwt thc-roof,^ 
even tM'o ringi? on th*.' one' indc thereof, and 
two rings. on the other' wdt* thereof. ^ And 
tbou ftbalt make Mtave«.' of acacia wood, 
—and (ihale overlay them, with gtikl. 
At»d thou mhalt liring in the staves, into the^ 
ringH, c^m the ndett of the ark,— to Iwiar' thfl^H 
ark therewith. '* < In the rings nf th»H 

ark> shall n^main' the utavea, — thny nball 
not be remov«J therefrom. "And thou 

shalt put into the ark,— the ttwtimony 
which I will give unto tliee. " A 

tbon shalt make a propitiAtary.'' uf pntw 
gold,— two cubits and a halfl' tbe length 
thereof, and |ia cubit and a halfl thr 
breadth tht-reof. *' And tbou Mialt make 
two cherubiiu, uf gold, — <of beaten work> 
tihalt thou maktt tht!in. out of tlie two tndit 
of the prop! tin tfiry. '* And make thou uaa>. 
cherub outnf thiif' end, and tho otiier eber 
out of that' end, — <oui of tbe pro|it 
t4»ry> hIuiU yu' make tlte cbambim. u 
the two ernia thereof. ■• And the cheru 
shall l>e spreading out two wings 
lugh— making a shelter with their wing* 
over the propitiatory, with their faoea, one 
towards tho other,— <tuwanlM tb<! propitia- 
tor>*>^ shall lie tlie faces of the theru- 
Inm. ^ Aud thou nhalt put tbe 

propitiatory upon tho nrk. aljovt*, — and <in 
the ark> shall thou put the tcwtinMOj, 
which I will give uuto thee, ** And 

I will meet with Cbee lliere,' and wiU mpukk 
with tlice from off the propitiatury. from 
between tho two cherubim, which are upon 
tlic ark uf the ttistimony,— iwbAtsuever L 


• " Le*It-inwn bei^-l"— 

•■Or; ■* iitvocil*." 

• 8ijmo mid. i«. Bam., Sep. 
and Syr.}; "thereto" — 

*0r; "cirown." 

• Or: "puU*." 
'Or: "Oft." 

t An iiupurtant word, wlu 
will occur hcitaftcT. 

^ Or [man fonnally. m m 
lopveMerrea irniiiiieeiixx.- 

iif thr ront of th» wnnl? r^ 
" jin^pttiKtdry-cover." 

> Sunw: &iX. w. CVxL UiUeL^ 

Ham.. 8ep..SjT.: ; "tbaiT^ 
thou "— O.n. 
' Tbt.' tiirectiua of the fao»^ 
of tlio ebpruliim b mamc 
jibuiiHil u> Miniiftoaot^^ 
up. cbiqi. xxsvii. U- 

> Cp. cbnps. xKiii. U-17 

xitix. *S. t»: 4S. 
[sxxilj. &■ xxxiv. 3 
xl. 31. 36. 

EXOBUS XXV. 23-40: XXVI. 1— !«- 


mxj giT« thoe in duirgv for the mma pf 

And thou shAlt make ■ tablo, of auicuk wuod, — 
liewi? cubitHil thR length thereiif, and lift 
ODbit the brtadUi thciruf. aiid l!a cubtt 
Mid k half |i the height tbt^rvuf, ** and thou 
Aa\t orerlay it «-ith [Mirv gold,— and sJxalt 
make there-to a rim* uf gold, round about; 
■nd thuu shalt ooJikc thereto a lorclor^ 
of a handbreadUi . round about, —and 
shall make a rim * of gold to the 
border thcrvof, round about; '"luid thtm 
«halt mftke to it four rings of gttld,— and 
«halt place the rings, on tlw? four c^M-ners 
which pertain to the four fix-t thereof ; 
<adiciiniug the border > ahall bo thcrings, — 
a» rtKieptaclcs for the stax-ea, for lifting the 
tabU.*; 'and thou »hfilt make the tttave^_ of 
acacia wood, and dhalt overlay thvin. with 
guM.— and the tablL* »luill hv lifted there'- 
with ; ^ and thou shalt mako its dishes, and 
itn paoii. and its ba8iiiB, and its bowhi, for 
pouiing cnit tlierewilh,— <of pure gnld> 
sitalt thou roak(> them. "^ And thtm «balt 
place upun thp tahb^^PreMinoe^bread, be* 
furc tne cxintinu&lly. 
Aad thou dhali make a Iani]]«tAutl of pure 
gold,— <of hmtrn wark> shall the Ump- 
sUuidbeioade,' |evvn iLit baf-e and it« slinfti, 
UitA cups, itD applet). Kitd itit lil*t««>mH'i <of 
llie Bame> ahaU be ; ^ with lluix bnuiclieeli 
coming out of itit udea, — ||thrt« broncbea uf 
the Unipitandll out thu ouo' flido thereof, 
and i threci branohea of the )amp«t&ndil out 
of the other' side thereof : *" I'thrw oupfthke 
almond-6ower«!l in the one' branch— apple 
and bloMQDi, and 11 three cupa like almond- 
flowwall in the otheK hranoh— applo and 
blouom,— lisoil for the nix branches, coming 
out of the lanipetAud. >* And <in the 
lampHtand itaelf> fourcupa, — like almond- 
Bower* — it« app)ee. and ita blosaomA; ^ and 
]an appleii under two' braDches. of the 
■unei, and llanother apple! under two other' 
fannchcfl. of the aame, and ianother applejj 
under two other* bmnohes, nf theaamf, — f<w 
the itix branchen, coming out of thti lump- 
Btend: 'liMiuir applen and their branches! 
<of the same> Bliall Iw,— llall of it;| of one 
beaten work, of pure g()Id, " And thou 

idialt make llm Umpw tlK-n-of, seven,— and 
oner a}iaU light up'' it*i lanifw, and it nIioU 
give light, over against the face th(*re- 
of. • And 'lita »nuffen*,and its Miutf- 

trayal of pun>gold. »< With ft talent' 

of pure gold> shall be' make it,— with all 
thwe vessels. *^ And see thou, and 

makQ than,— by tlic pattora of thorn, wliich 
Dtbou'l wast caused to behold iu tbe mount. 

• Or: "(Tnwii *' 

• Or : •• Wg»." 
"SoHMeud. iw.H«m..Joo.. 

Be*.. STT.Ir '•h«UtlM(l 

Vdwttwi."— U-n. 

• A W^t ««Hl to 8,000 

Hbekels nf the nuuitiurT. 
'A wp. v.T. \**»ir): "iihalt 
liiou." 8»iQic «■!. [w. 
S*in.,Pep..8jT.: : "thalt 
them" — tJ-n. Cff. (i. 
Intru. IW>-I. 

1 Also 'ithe liabitationit shalt thoa make, with 90 
l«n curtains,— of twined linen, and bh:e. 
and purple, and orimsrm. <with chenihim. 
tbe work of a skilful wwhxt> shalt thoa 
make them. " IjThe length of mcb' cnTtaiu|> 
twenty.«ight cubits, and tlie breadth, i four 
cubits, of each' curtain,— one niMWupe. for 
all the curtains]. ' ilTlie five cart«in»Ii 

(diaU be jobed, one to another,— and !i the 
other five curtains I joined, one to another. 
' And thou shalt make loops of blue, on ttte 

border of each curtain, at tho edge of the 
M>t,— and ithuitl shalt thou do iu the border 
of the curtain, that iii outmr^t in the second' 
set: *<fifty loo[)e> shalt thou make, 
in the one curtain, and <6fty kx>i>«> shalt 
thou make, in tbe edge of the curtain which 
is in the second set,— the loops ilining 
oppoaito II one to another. * And thou shalt 
make, fifty clasps of gold,— so shalt thoa 
join tho ourt&ins. one to another. «itb tbe 
cljispB, and thus shall the habitation be 1 iin«l. 
■^ ^Vnd thou slialt mako cortaiiw nf goat's hair, 
for a tent, over tlm habitation," — <t'lL-v«u 
curtains> Khalt thmi niaki* them. ^ [ The 
length of lAch' curtain r thirty cubits, and 
llthi-breadthll four cubitM, uf each' curtain, — 
Ilone moasurell to tlie eleven curtains. 
* And thou fdialt join the five curtains by 
themM^lves, and the six curtains by tliem- 
selvoi,— and thou sholt fold back the sixth 
curtain, in the forvfmnt of the tent. '* And 
thou ishalt make fifty 1oo]m nn the border 
of tlio one' curtain, that is outmost in the 
net, — and fifty loops uu tlui Ininlvr of the 
curtain, uf Uie M*oond set. " And thou 
shalt make fifty clasps of bronxe,— and bring 
the claHjw into the loops, so shalt thou join 
the tent, and it shall L«< !oDe|. '' And 
<tho overplus tliat reiiiaineth in the our- 
tnins of the tent,— the half ouriain that 
reiuBLneth> »lia1l hang over at the back of 
the habitation. >" And lithe cubit cm tba 
one side, and the cubit on the othtn* ^ide. 
of that which renuuneth. in the length of 
tbe curtains of the lontij shall be hung 
over the »idfv of the habitation . on this tdde 
and on that »ide. to make a ixivering, 
^ .\nr1 thou »halt make a covering, fur the teut, 
of rums' ukiua dyed ted, — and a covering of 
biwig^irM* nkiiw laixjve]. 
)^ And thou shalt boards, for the habita- 
tion, — of acacia woiid. to Mtand up : >" llten 
cubits;! thelengthof theboard,— and Hacuhit 
and ahalf cuhiti! the breadth of each' board ; 
^f lltwu tvnons'l to each' board, united one to 
another, — ^'thusli shalt thou make, all 
the boards of the habitation. "^ So then 
thou slialt mttke the boards for tlto habita- 
tion. —twenty lioards, on the south side, 
southwards. '• And < forty nnckpts>> of 
8tiver> shalt thou maks. nnder the twenty 

•n«ooatlu(iuu)tiitructace it unwared a* « tent. 

mw» anpbatioaUjr tbo >>Ur: '^•appoxts." 
halltatlcm. ( tutirardly 

EXODUS XXVI. 20-37 : XXVn. 1—18. 

bmrda, — twn sooknts. andor the one' bonrd, 
for it« two tmoas, and twu sockets, under 
the next bc»rd, for its two tcDon-H. ^ And 
<ou the aecund aide uf tiir haljibitian, 
townrdu the north> twwity bonrda ; " »nd 
tlieir forty Hockutx uf iiih"er, — Iltwo iookotBil 
uuil^r the cue' Ixard, and Iltwo wicketftll 
under tht' next' board. » And <for the 
hindorput of the hAbitAtioa. vr««twsrd> 
•halt thou make six board*. ^ Aud <twu 
boanU> ohalt thou make, for the cometa 
of the habitation,— in the hinderpart: 
** that they may be* double beneath, and 
<at the oamt; time> thej ahall bo entire 
on the top thereof, into each' ring, — ;thtw|| 
shall it Ite for them both, <for the two 
otjTT»er8> ahaU they be. * So shall they 
be ei^fht boards, and {i their Kockctd of .iUver|| 
ailtotm aookets,— Iltwo Mxketdi, under the 
uno' iKjard, and Iltwo eoclcetsll under the 
next' lioatd. 

* And thou ahalt makn bant, of acacia wood,— 

llliveil for the buarda of the onit' mide of the 
bRbitation, " and lifive hani; fur the boards 
of the otiuu' side of the habiUtion, and 
lifive banll for the buordii of the side nf the 
habitation, at tbu hinderpart, weftt«-ard ; 

* with the middle bar. in the midat uf the 
boards, ~ running along from end tu md. 

* And <the boanb> ahalt thou ororiay with 
gold, and < their ring»> ahalt tbou tuake 
of gold, OB receptacles for tbo bars.— and 
thou ahalt overlay the tuun. with gold. 

>* 80 thalt thou rear up tlM> hahitatinn, aocord- 
ing to the fashion'' thereof, which thou 
waift caused to nee. in the mount 

*^ And tliou shalt make a veil, of blue, and 
purple, and crimauu. an<l fine-twined linen, — 
<of the work of a skilful weaver> shall it 
bo made,' ; with cherubimi.; ** and thou 
•halt hang it upon four pillan of acaoiJi, 
overlaid with gold, with their hooks of 
gc^— upon four aocketM of oilver. » And 
thou sholt hang up the veil under the 
cla«i»,— and chalt bring in thither, within 
the veil, tbo ark of the tuttiniony ; and tho 
veil shall make a divijuun for you, betweOB 
the holy [(ilnoe] and the motit holy. •• And 
thou hHaU place the propitiatory, upon the 
ark of tho teMtimony,— tn the most holy 
[plAOo]. » And thou ohalt fwi the tablo 
outaide the veil, and the lompetaod. over 
against the uUe, on the side of the habita- 
tion. aouthward,— and <the table> ahaJt 
thou place on the mirth side. 

" And thou ahalt moke a screen, for tbe opoD> 
ing of thu tent, of blue, and purple, and 
crimson, and 5ue-twined linen,— tho work 
of an embroiderer. " And thou dhalt make, 
for the soreen. five pillars of acacia, .and 

•Some wd. (w. H^m,) . 

"mud they liiall bc"-~ 

••Or: "ragnktioa." 
• A ip. T J. (wwr). (w. UBS. 

aod Sam., Bsp., 8yr., 
Vul,): " ■holt tbm make 
It"— aji. oad O. Intn. 


fthalt overlay tham with gubl. and tboir 
hooks* [shall tie] of gold, — and Ihou shalt 
oa»t for thom, fivo aodcBta of bmm. 

And thou iJialt make the altar of acacia 87 
wotMJ.— ^f five cubita length, and five cubits 
breadth. <fourmiu*re> nhall tlie altar bo, 
and thre« ctibibi the height thereof. " And 
thou stuUt make itn horns upon ita four 
oonien, <.of the aame> shall be ita 
horns,— and thou ahalt overlay it with 

Aud thuu slialt make its pans for ivmoving 
its Mihua, and ita shovels, and ita Hprinkling 
bowhi, and its Aeoh-hooks.* and ita tin-- 
pans,''— <all its vesBels> ihalt thua make 
of bronie. * And thuu ahalt make t^i it a 
grating, a network of bromw,— «id tbou 
sbatt make, upon tlic network, four ringa 
of bronsc, up<jn tbo four comen thereof. 
And thou slialt pboe it under tbe nuugin 
of the altar, beneath,— flo shall tbe network 
reach unto the midst* of the altar. * And 
tbou sholt make staves, for the altar, staves 
of aoaoia wood, — ami ahalt overlay them 
with copper.*' 'And the stave* fthall be 
bruught into tlie ringti, — «o shall the Htavos 
be oil the two side* of the altar, in lifting 
it: *< Hollow, with boaRls> shalt thou 
make it,— <as it was sliowed thee in the 
iiionnt> Usoil shall they make it 

And then ohalt make the court nf the habita* 
tion, — <on the Miuth iiide iiouthward> 
tinii^in^s for tlie eourt, of 6ni?-twined linen, 
a hundred cubits in length, to the one side ; 
And tlie pillam thereof, twenty, «-ith their 
iKx:kL'tB twenty, uf brunxe,— and the hooks* 
of tlic i>il]ant aud their crum-nids/ of silver. 
And ;sn|i for the north oidu, in tengtli, 
hangings, a hundred cubits,*- and the piUara 
theroof twenty, aud their wwketH twenty, 
of bronio, and tbe hooks* of the jHllara and 
their croaa-rods' of silver, i'* And <the 
breadth of the court, on the west aido> 
hangings, fifty cubits, —their pillars ten, 
and their sockets ten. ^ And <the breadth 
of the court, on tbe east side caKtward> fifty 
cubits : '* and fiftt-cn cubits, the hangings 
for the wde-piwe, —their jiiUara three, otid 
their sockets three ; " and <far the Hsoond 
mde-|Hooe> fifteen hangings,— their pilkn 
thnje, and their sockets three. i*And <for 
the gate of the oourt> a screen of twenty 
cubits, of blue, and purple, and orimaon, 
and fine-twined Uueu, the work of an 
embruideTBT, — their pillan foor, and their 
nocketa four. '* II All the piUar» of tbe oouit 
round aboutil to be joined with oross-mds' 
of idlvor, and their hooks of silver,— and 
their sockets uf bronze. >' The length of 
the court I a hundrud oubita, and [tlio 
bruadthi fifty throughout, and | the height | 


•Or: "pOBB." "nsfli 
Kollwh ; *■ pins " 

•Or: "brjnw- 
•Or: -fort." 
' ni«-dtuvcl>— KoUaeb. 

•Or! "hoW." 
'Or: "tUlMs" or**iiBgi" 

« S<) it nhd be (w. Sam., 
fvp-)— <JJ>- I'M. O. T. = 
" himdTwl Itiog."] 


C*e cabita. of flne-tiriDed linen,— «nd tbcir 
aodceto. of bronze. >* <An the aiettsiU of 
the habitation, thron^faoiit kU the sorvtoe 
thereot-MKl ill the pius tbereuf. Mid ftU 
die fniui of the fx>art> of broosu. 
* iTbou thTwUlt therefore, shftlt oommand the 
Hnu of land, cbtt tboy bring unto tfaev 
—pore. boMcm olive-oil, for giving lijjht,- 
thftt the lamp may lift up itn Haine {con- 
tinually!. " <In the tent of nMvtinic. uut- 
Nide the veil which i* by the tt*.ti[nony>* 
■bftU Aaron nnti his Bomi orlur it. from 
ercning until morning, befoPB Yahwch,— 
a Btatote age-abiding, to theor generationfl. 
from the sons of UraeL 
28 * Thou thyaelfi; therefore, brinjr ni^ar unto 
thee— Aaron lliy brother, and hit* unns willt 
him. out of tlie midHt" of the !4on« nf InraeU 
thai tficy' may ministor »« pri^ti* unto 
me,— I Aaron, Nadab and Abihu. Eleaxar 
and Ithantar. tons of Aaron {. ' And thou 
shall make ht^y" gnrmenlB for Aaron thy 
brother,— forgloryandfor beauty.* ''iThou 
thyffelf' therefore, thalt speak unto nil the 
wi«e-hoarted, whom* I have filled witli t\w 
spirit of unsdoro,— and they tthall make 
Aaron 'k garments, to hallow himfor mintntijr- 
ing a* priest unto me. * rThew : themfore, 
are the fcarroentu which they nhall make— a 
broaAtpiece. and an ephod, and a rolw, and 
a tunic of checker work, a tiirtian and a 
girdle,— »o «h»U they make holy' garment*. 
for Aaron thy brother, and for hut aont, 
fix ministering na priuffta unto me. * 'iTliey 
UmnaelTesll therefore, ihall take tlie gold, 
and the bine, and the purple. — and the 
erimaoD. and the flna linen. 
I And thoyahallmaketheephod.— of gold, blue 
and purple, crimson and flue-twined linen, 
the work of a akilf ul weaver. ' (Two joining 
ihoalderpieotwli sltall iherv be to it. uptm'' 
iht two extremities thereof, that it may he' 
joined together. * And Itthe curious hand 
for fastening it. tliat w upon it;|, <llke the 
work thereof, of the »ame> nhall it be,— of 
gold, blue and parple and crimsan. and 
fine-twined linen. " And thou nhalt take 
two onyx'* atonei,— and engrave upon cliem. 
the namen of the aona of Israel : ^^ »ix uf 
thmr xuuneall on the one' Btone,— and lithe 
itanwB of the nx that remain 11 on the aeeovd' 
■tone, aoconling to their birthe : >* <with 
the work of a stoae engraver, like «eal-ring 
engraving«> shalt thou onKrave the two 
•kjoeo, after tho naront tif tht* nons of 
Imel, — <to be encircled with nettings of 
gold> ahalt thou make them. ■' And thon 

• Ct»- xzri. DO. 

^ BMaindinr tts that tbujr 
wffcv to repf m nt their 
bfliKhm of alllbi tribM. 

• tV> tl ilul tw (w. tSam.. 

Anon., Sep., Sjt-. ud 

• " iJkttneCian "— KallMh. 

• Pp. tt. Intro, m. 
flefltdidbti^w.SuD. sad 

H«p.;. Cp. clup. xxxix. 

' tin It abd be |«. 8am. and 

Sep.)— O.n. 
^Oan: "amid to b<> in 

ODMur Uk« thn human 

omU " — ItetiM' H.L. 

Or: "twrjl"; colouz* 

lie*, yidlowiiib. gieoniih. 

yeQew or bine. 

■halt pat the two ktonai, upon the thoulder* 
piecet) of the ephtid, m iitones of memorial, 
for the iioiw of larael, - »o shall Aaron bear 
their nam«fi before Vabweh. upon his two 
elxKiIderH, for a memonaL ^ An*i thou 
shalt make ouches* uf gold; >* and two 
cliainji of pure g(^d, <iike oord> shalt thou 
make them. |uf wrwthea work i,— and thou 
■halt put the wreatlien ohaJnaon theouchue. 

And thou tbalt uu^ a breBatpieoe for giviag 
sentenoe.* tbo work ol a skilful weaver, 
<like the work of the" ephocl> shalt thou 
make it, — <of gold. blue, and purple, and 
CiilEUoa. and fine-twined linen> shalt thon 
uukke it. *• <Fiiur-«iuare> shall it be. 
double,- a »pan' the length thereof, and a 
span' the breiuUli tliereof. i'' And thou 
shalt set thuruin.n iwtting of atones, jlfoor 
rows of stoneelL,— one raw— a sardiiw. a 
topax. and an ameral J, | the tl rat row | ; >" and 
lithe aeooDd row J a carbuncle, a aap|)hir(>. 
and a diamood ; ■* and iitho tliird row i an 
opal, an agate, and an amethyst ; '■" and 
lithe fourth row | a Tarshish atone, a sar- 
donyx, and a JBsper, — <euclused with gold > 
ahall Lhey be when they are set. ** And 
I. the stoueali shall be. alter the names of 
the sons of Israel— [I twelve, after their 
nameell,— <as the engravings of a seal- 
ring — eTeryoDO. after hti namo shall they 
be, llfor the twelve'' « And thou 
shalt make, upon the breaatpieoe. chains 
Uke oorda. of wreathun work,— of pure gold. 

And thou shalt maku. upon the bnMMftpiece, 
two rings of gold, — and thou shalt place 
the two rings, upon the two ends of the 
brcastpiooe. ** And thou shalt hang the 
two wreathen chains of gold upon the two 
rings, — upon* the ends of the farRsatpieeo; 
and <tbe other two ends of the two 
wrmthen chains> shalt thou fasten upon 
thfi two uuchfw,— mi shalt thou hang them 
npon the slKmlderpioces of tbo ephod. in 
thtt forefront thomtf. * And thou nhalt 
make two rings of gold, and put them on 
the two ends uf the breaHtpiece — upon tbu 
bi^nler thereof, which te on the side of the 
ephod. inwards. ^ And thou shalt make 
two rlnga of gold, and fklaoe them upon the 
two ahouiderpieoes of the ephud. bauoath. 
on the front of the face tliereof, over against 
its joining,— abovi; the curious band of the 
ephod : " that they may bind the breast- 
piece, by the rings thereof, unto the rings of 
the ephod. with a cord of bine, so that it 
may remain upon the curious band of the 
epbod,— and the breaatpieoe not be removed 
from off the ephod. * So xhall Aaron bear 
the namas of the sons of Israel . in the 
fareastpwoo for giving ssntence, upini his 
heart, when he goeth into the holy place,— 
for a memorial before Yahweh. continually. 

> Oaob : " the socket of s 

praeioiis Rtcoe." 
^Or: "jodidaldeeisicni." 
■ Bo it nbould be cw. Bun.). 

— Oji. 
'Ml: "scnitm." 
•Si> it ^be (w. Sam., 

Sep.)— OJb 


EXODUS XXVm. 30-43; XXIX. 1—20. 

M Thoa «ha]t them place, m the brautpieoe 
(«r ginng »entenc*«,' the lights and the 
perfect! f>n»,'* sn nhnll they ho a\xm tht htiart 
nf Aanm, irhon he (foelh in before Y iihweh, — 
Ml jihaU AaroD bpRr the sentence" of tho 
Min.sof laruol. upoahiei heart, before Yah with. 

^ And thuu fihalt Diake the ruhe of the ephod. 
wimlly of Idui' ; " and thp ojicning for hi» 
heat) shall 1»* in tlm midnt thw-^of,— I'o 
ImnlnrJ hhftll thi>n> lx» to the opuuing there- 
of round iUmjuE, the work of a weaver, <UJto 
tlie opening of a coat of iDAil> shall there be 
to it. it inusc nut be tent " Aud thnti tibalt 
oioke upon the skirts therof^f. pomegranates 
uf hlue and purple and orimwin, upon ^e 
akirtA ttiereof. round aboat,— and bulla of 
gold in tlw midnt of thom. ronnd about : 

** a hell of giild, and a pomegrMinte, a liell of 
gold, and n pomegranate,— upon the Kkirta 
of the robe, mund about. '^ And it niiaXl be 
upon Aaron, fur miniHterinjc, — ah nh&Il be 
heard' the »uund of him — when he goeth 
into the holjr place. I;t*fure Yahweb, and 
oomclh out, and dieth not," 

*" And thou ah&lt make a lniniL»hed pinto, of 
pure gtildt — ntid Mhalt oiigmve tlicreupon^ 
like the engmvings of a tieiU-nng, KotineM 
to Ytthweh. *" And thou shnlt put it upon 
a oord of blue, ko shall it tx- upon the 
tnrfaan, — <upun the forefront of the 
turban> ahall it bo. ■• So shall it Im.' uijuu 
tliq forehead of Aanrn. and Aanm Hhall liear 
the iniquity of the hallowed things, which 
the aons of Israel iiliall hidluw, fur all their 
hiUlowsd gifta,— and it hIihU be uixni hia 
forehokd continually, that there may be 
acceptance fur them, fwfore Yohweh. 

■"* And thou (thftlt we»vt«_ in checker work, the 
tuniu of fine liuen, and sbalt make a turban 
of fine linen,— and <aginllo> afaalt thou 
make, the work of an embmiderer. 

^ And <for the aona of Anron> ftluilt thou 
make tunic*, and nhalt make for them gir- 
dies, — nnd <cap«> shalt thou make for 
Uiem, far glory and for lieanty.* 

« And tliou shatt clothe therewith. Aanjn thy 
bnither, and his sons, with him,— and nhnlt 
anoint them, and install them.* and hallow 
theui, m> shall they minister a» priestn untu 

" And thou iilialt make for them, breediee of 
linen, to cover their uuMemliuesa' <fn.»m 
the loins evtm unto the thigh.s:> idiall they 
b(! ; "so shall thpy Iw upon Aaron and uix>m 
hift 5on.t, when they go into the tent of mc^t* 
ing. or when they approach uutu tiie lUtar, 
tu minister in the holy plucc, tettt they liear 
iniquity, nud die,— a htatute afce-abiding, 
to him. and to his seed after him. 

• Or: "Judicial dcctatoD.** 

■■ Pmb. th* twt-lvv itaiui 

Uiamaelves. Heh. UMully 

tnuuferred, a« " I'rim 

■ikd. 'AunuDim .' ' 

■ Cp. X^er. xii. la. 

' Cp. TBTM i. 

•Or: "pot thorn in 
rfiam*' ; lit. t ■' «l their 
b>na:" cp. LmI. mA»- 


'iSX: " Htmk of iluune." 

1 And llthiall ia the thing which thou ahalt do 
to them, to liaUow chem. that they may 
minister as prievta uuto me. —Take one 
young bullook. and two rmma, withoot 
defect; ^aud broad unkftvencd. and cakes 
unleavened with oil poured over, and wafers 
unleavened, anointed with oil, — <o( fine 
wheaton meal> shalt thuu make them; 
* and thon 8haJt plaoe them in one baakot, 
and bring them near in the baaket.~Bnd 
the buUook, and the two nuns. *And 
< Aaron and his eona> ahalt thon hrinff 
noor, unto tim opening of tlie tent of inMt- 
ing,— and sholt Inlbe theai in water. ^ And 
thuu alialt take the garmeats. and clf>the 
x\arun— with the tunic, and wiUi the rube of 
the ephod, ami with the ephod. and with 
the braaittpiece,— and ahalt gird him. with 
the curioua band of the ephod ; ** and ahalt 
put tlie turban upon his head, —and place 
the hdy' crown upon the turban. ' Then 
shalt thou take the anointing' oil, and fiour 
upon hi* head»— BO shah thou anoint him. 
^ <His aoaa alio> ahalt thou bring near, — and 
ck>tlu: them with tunics; *and thou elialt 
gird them with ginlles. Aaron and bi» auns, 
and twist round for them oapn, bo nhall they 
have prieathood. by n statute a^-abiding, — 
HO shalt tbuu iutttoll * Aaron, and hia sontk 

^'i And thou uhalt bring near ttie bullock, Defore 
the tent of meeting, — and Aaron and his 
tvom) ohall leui their hands upon the hoad of 
the Inilloek ; " then sbalt thou alay the 
bullock Ijefore Yithweb,— at the opening of 
the tent of meeting: ''and thou shalt take 
of the blood of the bullock, and [lUce upon 
the bonus of the altar, with thy finger, — and 
<all the remaining blood > shalt thou pour 
out at the foundation of the altar; " and 
thou iilialt take all the fat that corereth the 
inner part, and the caul upon the liver, and 
the two kidneys, with the fat which is upon 
theoi, and bum as incen.<«e on the altar :^ 

" but <the flesh of the bullock, and itn iikin, 
and its dung> ybnlt thou bum a[> with fire, 
outside the camp, — 11* mn-bearer|l it is'. 

'^ <One' mm'alao> ahalt thou take,— and Aaron 
and his aons shall lean their hand)4. upon the 
head of the ram ; '" then Hhalt thou ^y the 
mm,— and take its bkHxl, und daali upon 
the altar, round about; i^ Lnit <the ram 
it»elf> shalt thuu cut up into ita pieoea, — 
and Kholt tiatlie its inner part, and its lef^ 
atul lay u[X]n itM piecaa. and upou its heiwl ; 

'8 and KhalL bura the whole ram as incense on M 
the oitar,. <an aMcendiug-saerifico it is* to ■ 
Yahweb, — <a satisfying'^ odour, an altar- 
flame to Yaliweh> it is'. 

'• Thou shalt thou take tho .second' rom, — and 
Aaron nnd hi« sons shall lean their bonds, 
upon the bead of the ram ; " th^n idxalt 

• rp. chnp. Tx\iit. ^I. n. 
^iD: "Bhall mteniw tbi? 
altar " ^mBk(^ it fn^ntnt 


* Or : " Iho flnrt* nun." 
<> " RonUifntf, traoitufllu- 
in^"— O.O. 

EXODUS XXIX. 21—46; XXX. 1—3. 


the/a ilay tbe run^ and bike of itM blood, 
ftad plsce upon tbe tip uf the ear uf Anroii. 
ftnd upon the tiji of the ear «»f lu» Min»— tho 
tight etar, aod upon the thumb of their ri^ht 
hsnd, mnd tiimn tho gnwt to« of their right 
foot, — KtMi Khiilt (l-u<h the bhxxl ii)x»ti thu 
ajtar. round nbout. 3> Then ahnlt thoii take 
of the hltxtd that in upon the altAr. and uf 
the uHiintiug' oU, and HpHnkle upon .■Varan, 
and upon hin garnu'otA, and upon hi>i xiins, 
and uptiu the garmontH of his »oiis, with 
him, — Mjslioll \i** lie lijJU>%rcd— "hL-, and tiis 
gunnentH, and tiirt sons, and thf garni<.-uts uf 
hi* 90na, with him i. '^ Thuii shajt 

tbuu toko from the ram— the fat aud tht* 
fat-tail, and thu fat that covutvth the inner 
part, and th^ caul uf thi> liver and tbe two 
kidni^s. with tlie fat that in upon thctn, 
and iIk! right' abouldf r,' — for < a mui of in- 
staUation> it U', — * and one rouud-cake of 
braad. and one cake of oiled bread, and one 
■wafer,— out of the ba«ket of unleavened 
cakua, which i» before Yahweh ; ^ and ithalt 
biy the whole, uprtn the hnndtt'' of .-Varon, 
aud upon the hiMiili)''ol hit* 9(.in.s — them .ihait 
thou wave tlieui to and fnj. «» a wave-offer* 
inf. bciforo Yoliwoh ; ^ and eiult take them 
fnm' their hand, and bum them tut inc'en^* 
on thealtnr. upc»n''thea«oending-»acrifi(». — 
an a satisfying fduur, lj<ifore Yahweh. <ftn 
AltAr-flatne> it i*" to Yahweh. » Tlien 

nhalt thou take tht* t>rearit fr<iiii the rniii of 
iiwtallation, which in for Aarnn, and shale 
wavttitaiiawavr-offrnng, bofnre Yahweh, — 
Ml ahall it he thy Klinn*. ^ And thou sshnlc 
bdlow thu br*-a«t of the wa\t-ofFpring_ 
and tbe *houhIer» of the hearf-offering, 
which ia wavetl to and fro, and which it* 
heaved u(>, -from the ram of iuntaUation, 
from that which U tor Aaron, and fn>[n that 
whici) iff foi hill aoos; * *o fihall it belong tu 
Aarou and v> hi* sonii. for an age-abiding 
stMutc.ltvmthesonAof Israol, for <aheaTe- 
offeriug> it io', — and <b beave-*>ffering> 
shall it tvmnin. from thu aouA of Unu'l, mit 
of llieir peace' -offeringB, their hi>ftvc-off('ring 
to Yahweh. 

And 1 thi* holy' gnrmentd whioh beh'iig to 
Aartinll aIiaM belong to liis aona, after him.— 
to he anointed therein, aud to 1x3 itutaUcd' 
therein. * <Seven da>ii> shall tlwy bo 
put tin by him' from among hin woe wlw is 
{irieAt in luK 9(ioad,— by him who goeth into 
the twnt of meeting, to miniatcr in the holy 

And <the ram of inRtaUnClon> Rhalt thou 
take,— aud fthalt >)oil iU flevdi, in a holy 
pUce; "and Aaron and hia itons shall eat 
thn flmh of the ram, and tbe bn>ad that is 
in the baski't,— at the opening of the tent uf 
meeting -. i° thiiM .ihnll they eat tbtwe things 
wbereMith n [tnijiitiAtory -covering batli liecn 

*0r: "at." 

-O 7 

* *' BewJe*"— Kaliach- 

• Op. clup. xxviii. 11, a. 

made, to install Iht^m, tu hallow tbem, — 

but .la stnuiger'l shall not eat. for <holy> 
tliey are'. ** And <i{ there l»e left over of 
the flesit uf inatallatiiHi, or of the bread, 
until the nionLiug> then alialt thou bum up 
what is left ovotr, in tlte fire, it shall not be 
ettt«ii. for <holy> itin'. 

*" Su then ttiou nhalt do for Aarun and for hia 
0onH Hin this manner :, accvrding to all 
whicli I have commanded rtlu-ttl!, — <Hi>ven 
dttyH> shalt tlwu install ihem. ■" And <a 
Bin-bearing bullock> slmlt thou offer doily, 
for them who are to be covered by prupitia* 
tion, and shalt make a rin-cleAUsing for tbe 
altar, when thou putteftt a propitiatory* 
covering therufm, —and .diiilt anoint it. to 
hoJloM- it. " <ftcvcn dayr*> shalt thou |nit 
a prupitiator^'-tMYenng over the attar, and 
•o ahalt lubUow it, — thu6 Almll the alur be- 
oomo moAt holy; liwhcwoever toucheth tho 
altarli muitt he holy. 

" llTliialJ more*iver. is what thou aholt offer upon 
the altar, — two lambH of a year old, day by 
day, continually : * <The one' hkmb> ohalt 
thoa offer in the morning, — and <the tieoond' 
lamb> ttlialt thou offer between tbe even- 
ings ; • " and a tf nth part of fine meal 
mingled with a fniirth part of the bin of 
beaten oil, and <as a drink'offering> a 
fourth part xA tbe hin of wine,— with tho 
one' lamb. *' And <the second' lainh> 
ahalt thon offer between the evening«,» — 
<accordinB tothemeol-otforingof the morn- 
ing, and according to the drink-offering 
th<?re<of > mlvalt thou offer with it, for a satia- 
fj-ing* odonr, an altar-flamp. to Yaliweh : 

** a r(7ntinual iu«,*!nding-N»crifi«i, to your 
generariomt, at thf opening of the tent of 
meeting, before Yahweh, — where I will 
meet with yuu,** to speak unto thee, 
there. ** So wiU I meet there, with tbe 

Bcma of Innbel.— and it Hhall be liallowed by 
my glory. ** Thus n-iU I hallow the tent nf 
meeting, and the altar,— and < Aaron and 
hifl aoD&> will I hallow, to minivtcr aa 
prieets unto me. *• Thus will I make my 
habitation in the mid>it of the w>niinf Israel, 
—and will ha their" God ; *" and they tJiall 
know that iT— Yahweh i am their God, 
who bmnght them forth oat of the 
land of Egypt^ that T might make' my 
habitation in their mkbtt, — 

III— Ynhwehl! their God. 

1 And thou nhalt make an altar, for burning 3(^ 
incense, — c uf bcacia wood > nhalt tliou 
make it : 3 a cubit, the lengtli tJunvof, and a 
cubit, tho >»rt^tlt therctif <fuur »qmirp> 
slioU it bo,— and two cubits, tlw height 
thereof, <oftbesame> [aliaU be] tbe homn 
thereof. ^ And thou shalt overlay it with 
pure gold, tho top thereof, and the aides 

"Cp. Exo. xlt. B; rvi. 12; 

va. s. "At dn»k*'— 

■■ Smnp cod. {w. Bum. and 

Sep.- Iiave: "thre"— 
•N.U. Ritraghtthmi forth 
for thin wry obiecU 


EXODUS XXX. 4—38. 

tberaof round about, and the honiBtliereof,— 
and thou ahatt m»ke to it ii Ijrmlor of f^Id. 
roundnhout. ^And<twunngHofgt>ld> sh&lt 
thou make to it, < tinder the lK»rder thereof^ 
upon the twti oonxen therv(jf> alialt thou 
make [them] on the two ludes thereof, — 
■o ahull they become receptaolm* for the 
stavei, toliftit therewith. * And thou shalt 
make the staves, of aeaoia wood, — and 
ovvrlny thorn with gold. * And tliou shalt 
plooc it hofure the veil, which is hy the 
ark of the testimony,— bufoiv the prupitia- 
tory which is uiKoi the (ostimony, where I 
will nux.-t thee. '' And Aaruii shall bum 
thereon fra^nn t inci'iiM;, — < niartung by 
morning, when be trimmctb the lampa> 
fthall he burn it ; " snd <when A&ron 
lighteth the lamps, between the evcnuig«>» 
rihall.he bum it,— a continual incense before 
Tahweli, to your generations. * Ye shall 
not cause to ascend thereupon strange 
inoernne, 4iar an nsoending-sacrifico, nor a 
mml-offcring, — and <a drink offcring> 
shall yo not jwur out thereupon. "> But 
Aaron ^hall put a propitiatury-ouveiiug 
upon the borns thvreof, once in the year : <of 
the bloud of tlie sin-bearcr fur prupttiatory* 
cot'eringti. once in thtt year> fthull hu put & 
propitiatory - covering thereufjon, tu yuur 
generations, <m(iRth{ily> it is'to Yahweh. 

'• Then Hpake Yahweh unto Moses, saying— 

u <Wh«n thou takest the sum of the sons of 
Ixniel, by thtirnumlwring»> then shall they 
give, every mini a imjpitintory-coveriiiK'' 
for his soul*' td Yaliwch. when tbcy are 
numliered,— tlui tliere may be among them 
no plague, w hen they are numbered. 

W llThis.l shall thoy give— everyone that posseth 
over to them that have bc«n numbered — a 
half •shekel, by the shekel of the sanctuary, — 
the aholccl is (twenty gerahsl, — [J the half- 
sliekoti: shall boaheavo-ntferiiigto Yoliweh. 

J* |!A11 who pass over to the numlenxJ, frvm. 
twenty years nJH und upwards li shall give 
the hpftve-<>ff«ring of Yahwuh. " (iThe rich |1 
shall not give more, ami 1 the ixx>r|l shnll 
not give letK, tluin the hnlf-shekitl^ — when 
they give the heave-offeritig of Yahweh, 
to put a propitial*)r>'-oo»"ering over your 
Aoula.' " 8u then thou shalt take the silver 
for the iMTopitiatory-covcringH. from the sons 
of Israel, and shalt expend it upon the 
Mcrice of the tent uf meeting,— thus shall 
it be for the sons of Israel, aa a memorial 
before Yahweli. to put n pro[ntiatory* 
oovering over your souls.* 

" Then spake Yahv^ unto Moees. saying— 

^ And thnu shnit make a laver of bronze, and 

its stand nf hn<nze. for bathing,— and thou 

shalt place it Wtwcen the tent of meeting 

and the altar, and shalt put tltcrcin. water. 

• m.:**lionies,""hom«s." 


• m. :**honies, "hoi 
k Op. e)iai>. xxix, 39. 

'Or: '*i»«on.'*or "life." 

•Or: "prreonii," or 

"Utbs." £acxrlU.4,a. 

>• So shall Aaroii and hia sons bathe theraat, — 
their bands, and their feet. * <Wh«i they 
ooter the tent of mceting> they shall bathe 
with water, ao shall they not die,— or when 
they approach unto the altar to mini-Hter, 
to bum AS incense an altar-Bame to Yahweh : 
^ HO then tbcy shall bathe their luintts and 
thotr feet, and shall not die,— and it sluiU 
he to them an ngri-abiding statute. |!to him 
and to his need, to their generaiionsL 
" Then ti|wike Yaliweh unto Moees. saying— 
» BThouli therefore, take to thee— prinoi pal 
apices,- Ilsotf-Rowingmyrrhi' fiw hundred, 
and llfragrant cinnamnnn half aa much, two 
hundred and 6fty, and llfngtaat oanel! 
two hundred and fifty ; " and lloasaimtl 6ve 
hundred, by tlie shekel of the sanctoary,— 
luid 'oil olivell a bin. ^ And thon ahalc 
make it an uil for lujly anninting, a com- 
pounded perfunif . the work of a perfumer. — 
<an oil for huly aniMnting> shall it be. 
* And thou ahalt anoint therewith, the tent 
of meeting,— and the ark of the testimooy ; 
s™ and the Uble and all its utensils, and the 

lampetand. and its' utensils. — and the 
iooenae' altar, " and the altar for the 
aaoending-aacrifice, and all its utenxiU, — 
and the laver. and its stand. * Bo ahalt 
thou hallow them, and they shall he mart' 
holy.— Ilwboaoerar toneheth themli shall be 
holy. ** < Aaron also, and hi^ Huna> shalt 
them aiiMiit,— «o shalt thou hallow tliem. tu 
ministor aa priceta unto me. " And <anto 
the sons of Israel> ahalt tboa apeak, 

<An oil for holy anointing> shall this 
bo to mo. to )*our gmerutiona. " < tTpoa 
the He^ of a oommoo man > " shall it not 
be poured, and <aoeording to the pnv 
IKntions thereof > shall ye not make any 
like' it,— <holy> it i/, <holy> shnll it 
be to you. *> || Whoaoever oomponndeth 
any like it, and whoaoever beatowecb 
thereof nixin a suongerjl shall be cut 
off fnim nmung bta people.* 
w Then aairt Yahweh uutu Muww— 

Take to thee aroniatin spioea. stacte. and 
onyehu. sud galhanum, — aromatic spioea. 
and pure frankincense,- <weight for 
weight> shall it he. " And thuu alialt 
make of it an incenae, a )M>rfumo. the work 
of a perfomer,— salted, puro. holy. * And 
thou shalt beat some of it to puwdor, and 
place thereof before the teetimony. in the 
ttmt of meeting, where I am to meet with 
tlieo,— <mo8t holy> iliall it be to yon. 
" And <tim inoemie which thon ahalt make> — « 
< according to the proportions thereof^ ■ 
ye shall not make for youraelvea,- <holy>— ^ 

sliall it bo to thco. to Yahweh. " OWho 

soever idiall make like' it, to am^ of it V 
shall tie cut off. from among liia iKwpIe.* 

* Bone eod. Iw. Sam. snd 

Sepu): "all it*"-0.n. 
sOr: "u wn of earth," 

'Ml.: -ptoples." 

KXODUS XX XT. 1—18; XXXU. 1— 10. 


31 > Thra spakr Y&hwch unto Miises t^ymg : 

» See, I h»vc nUlrd hy Tiftme,— BeuUwJ. son of 
tTri. SMI of Hill', nf the tribe of JwUh ; 
* sad hove filled him with the Spirit of God,— 
in m-iwlom, and in nndemtnndiag. uid in 
knuwiedtce. and in nit manner of worlun&n- 
ship; * to devise' Hkilful design*,— to work 
in ptlH_ and in silver, nnd in bronxc ; ' and 
ill the cutting of i!t<rtic« for setting, and iu 
the earring of wood,— to work in aU manner 
<4 workmiioship. * {I myaelfli thorefore. 
lo! I liave git-t>n with him— Oholiab. son of 
AhJMunacb, of the tribe of Dan, and <in 
the heart of ev-ery one thnt i» \riso-heart<Hl > 
have T put wisdom.— wj shall thvy make all 
time T hare oommondixl thee :— ^ the tent of 
ni«-ting_ and the .irk of th« testimony ; and 
the propitiatory which is thfreupon,— and 
aU the ntensiU'' of the U'ot ; 'and" tha 
tabic, and it»* ntensiU, and the pure lamj*- 
stand, and all itH at«usil«,— and tin? iuctuw' 
aJtar ; ' and tim attar for the a»oonding- 
aacrifice, and all ttn utt^mritA, — and the laver. 
and ilditAnd ; ■" and tht* clntliM of vuie)irated 
Ktuff,' and the twly' garmentu, for Aaron tho 
prie«C, and the garments nf his sons, for 
nuttistering iM priefetd ; ^) and the anointing 
oil tuitl the f^^;^int' incemw. for tlie lioly 
place, —<scoon]ing to all which I have 
commaMlod thee> iball they do. 

** Tlien upoke Yahweli unto Momh sayings 

"* iThou thrMiI/ tharefore, «peak tinto the suoa 

of Ittmi-l. aaying — 

IiSoivly'l <my)(ahbathn> shall ye kmis— 

for lla sign I it is' betwixt me and you, 

to your generatioiiH, that ye may know 

that 1(1— Yahweh; do hallow you. 

'* Therefore shall ye keep the Rabhath,' for 

<holy> it in' iintu you, — ^^'he thai pro- 
bmetli it il ^^hall be ||4Undy put Codeatli I ; 
verily fwhoAoever doetb, tburoin. any 
workl' that mjuI* shall bo cut ofT from 
the midst of it» |jeuple t •* <Six day8> 
8hidl work be done, but <on theKventh 
dny> in a holy eubbatli-kt^piug of roAt, 
uitto Ynhweh. — whovhiover doeth work 
on the sabbaUi day ] aball he mirely pot 
Co doftUi,!. '•Thcreforo stinll the sou** 
of I*.raet kei.-p rhe viljhath,'— by making 
it A Day nf to your genera ti oils, an 
an age-ftbidiiig coteuant: " <l)etween 
Die and thps-zus of lArueI> ja aignll it ifl' 
tmto timcft n+fc-aUdmg,— for <in six 
daya> did Ynb«eh make the heavemi 
and the earth, and <ou thn seventh 
day> lie rested, and waa refn-Mlied. 

« SdO* toA. {V. Sam.; : 

"aad to dorin." 
•Or* "fmutxirp." 

* 4nm ood. |w. Sam.,. 
uadt ttd* ** and "— u.u. 

* Sa«&« uud. (w. ^m., Jon., 
Srp., 8yt.) : "aU ili"— 

* 9om««od.(».BaiD.,0nk., 


" %n\ the mmLAering 

({antitmtM " — O.n. 
'Asp. v,r, ^itM'iTW "Mib- 

bath day," or "day uf 

I Or* " pormjn." Cp. chap. 

XXX. 16, n. 

u Thdn gavv be unto Moees. <aji he Imisbed 
speaking with him tn Mount Stnai> the two 
tablofi of the testimony, — tables of tttono. written 
with ibo finger of God. 

§ SSi. Itrael'itRteolt into Jdoiatrt/, and thfir fUnttirar 
tian. RtmarknhU Epiicda :— Brettking tJu 
TabU* : IHlehirtff a Temyorar>i Tctit tmtndr 
the Camp; YtiAnxh'i PmctatiiatioH of all kit 
ODodnea ; Jfoxi' Face thiHeth. 

I And <wben the peapt« eiaw that Moses 32 
delayed to come down out of the motmt>* 
the people gathered themselves together unto 
Aaron, and said unto faim — 
Up, make for us gods,'' who shall go before tu, 
for <a8 for this' MowM — the man who 
brought u»up out of the land of Egypt> we 
know not what hath befallen him. 
' And Aarou said unto them, 

Brenk off the rings of gold, which ar« in tlie 
ears of your wiTes. of your aons, and oi 
your daughtem,— and bring them unto me. 
' And all the fimple of themiielvea broke off the 
riag^ of gold which were in tlieix ears,- and 
brought them unto Aaron. * And he reo^vud 
[the gold] at their hand, and fauhioncd il with a 
graving tool, and mode it • moltCQ oolf**- and 
tbey said— 
llTbescll an3 thy gods. Israel, who brought 
thco up. out of the laud of Egypt. 
* And. whonAaion saw it. he built an altar before 
iu Azid Aaron made prticlaiuation. and aoid, 
<A festival t;> Yahwuh >■) to-morruw ! 
•So they roee up early, on the morrow, and 
offered aAoending-^acrifices, and brought near 
peaoe-offeriDgs,— and tlie people sat down, to 
eat and to drink, and thm rose up — to make 
sport!* ^TbBD sptke Yahweh luito 

Moaes — 
Go. get thee down, fur thy people whrjm thou 
hast hniught up out of the land of Egypt 
have corrupted tbenweJve*.' " They have 
turned aoitle quickly out of the way which 
I couuiuinded' them, they bare mode for 
theuuHilve^— a multeu calf, — and hftTe bowed 
thuuuL-lveiiduwa theratu, and haresacrificed 
theretu, und have said, 
llTlieite.i are Uiy godti. O I»rael. who have 
brought thee up out of bbu land of 
• So then Yahweh said unto Mosoa,— 

1 have looked on this people^ and lo I <a stiff- 
nocked people > it is'. 
IS ijNow: therefore, let me olone,^ that mine 
anger may kindle u|x*n them, and tliat I 
may contnumu them, and may niake of thee' 
n great nation. 

* Or: " put thorn Ui ituuns 
ma Ca coiiuii(f down " vtc. 

■•Heb. : 'eloHHi' ; but hem 
eooKtHK*! vitii a pluml 
vfrb, iind therefore 

in tlic plut»l. 
' Cp. uliKp. XX. 1, n. 
' Tutu bringiw in the falae 

w<>nhip ufufer ootct of 

th« truk. 

* VjK Ovn. xxi. 3, o. ; alio 
1 Co. X. 7. 

' "iBilsprnved"— KaliBch. 

< Sotnp «od. I w. Onk. MH., 
1 ti«r. IT. ikIb., l^p.' 
"wh. tuiiu diiK ouia- 
Uaod ttM'Tll "^-i).o. 

^ Kotc well, that Iwhtod 
thefewucds.iK!«rDely oos- 
MMled, Ilea eoemnHge- 
ment (a iaterccMiaa. 


RXODDS XXXn. 11—35. 

u And Moees besouffht the face tif Ykhweh Us 
God, — ijid mid — 
Wherofore, O Ynhweli. should lliine anger 
kindle upon thy pouplc, wlioin thou hoHt 
brought forth out of the Iniid of Egj-pt. 
with great might, and n-ith a finii luiiid ? 
^ Wherefore tthuuld thv GK}-ptians speak, 
<Ft.r nii«;hief>* hath ho taken theni 
forth, tiiiilaytheni among the niuuntain?, 
and to make an end of them from off 
the facp of the gn.»und ? 
Turn thou frutn the kindling of thine angt-r, 
ami )n! grieved over ttiu calamity ia thy 
peopli*. " HavL' remembimuuc of Abraham. 
of Liaac. and uf Israel, thy M-Tvanu. tu 
whom tium didst owear by thyself, and didst 
speak uutij tiu^m [sayiuxJ. 
I will multiply your oced, as the ttanof 
the hiiAVtjiis^uid <ftll this land of 
which I have 8p(d(en> will I give to 
yoar sood, and tb^ shall inherit it to 
times agc-abjding. 

u So then Yahweh was grieved, — over the 
calamity.—which Iw had spiiki>u uf tnflioting 

on his |ioop]e. 

u And Mcaes tamed, and w«U down out of the 
mount, with the two tablw of tostimony** in his 
hand,— tables written upon, on both sides of 
them, <on thiii and on tli4»t> were they written. 

**Nowasfor I'the tablesll < the work of God > they 
wore', — and ;'as for tha writingl! <tho writiug 
of God> it was', gmvun npcm the tables. 

" And Joibua*' board the noiw of the pDopIe, 
IB they shouted, —so ho fAid unto Aloses — 
The nciae of war, in tho camp ! 
*■ But he said— 

<Not the noise of tho ory nf heroism, nor yet 
ths noise of the cry (tf defeat,— tbs noise of 
alternate song > do II III hear. 

It* And it came to |nu8 <when lie drew near 

unto the uamp, and saw the calf, and the 

tlancine8>,that th« anger of Mo8i« kindlwl. 

and Ito oast out of his hnndn the tables, and 

l)rakc thorn in pieces, at the foot of the mountain. 

"• Then took ho the calf which they had made. 

and burned it in the fire, and ground it till it 

became powder, — and strewed it un tin* face of 

the waters, and made the Bona of Israel 

drink.'* " And Moees said unto 


What had this people done to lhc«,— that 

thou shouldst have brought upon tlieni a 

gvaat sin ? 

* And Aartm aaid. 

Let not thn ani^er uf my lord kindle,— i|tl»ou 
thysulfli knowtist tha {leopH that <r«uly 
for mischief > tluty are'. ^ Su tbe>y Mid tu 

• Or : " He hath inls- 
chievoQBl}' " i"t "mali- 
rioudr") "taken them 

oor: •'witaen-taUea." 
• Hcb. ; P«A<mAmm'. Cp. 

Chan. ztU. f), a. 
' Op. Drat. uc. 31. 

Bfake tor us gods, who sliall go before ns, — 
for <aB for this Mows— thi; man who 
brought us up out of the laiul rrf Kgypt> 
we know not what hatii Ix^fallen turn* 
** And I said to them — 

llWhosuevnr hath guldij k>t them break it 
So they gave it tu me,— and I oast it into the 
fire, and there oame out — thia call 

* And Mnsen saw the imojJo, that <unbridkd > 
they were*,— ^ Aaron had given tlu^ni tlie rein, 
for a whispering, among tlteir enemiiw.* * So 
Moses took hi» «tand in the gate of the oamp, 
and said— 

Who is for YahH-cli ! ... To me ! 
Then gatheM"d unto him all the sons of Levi. 
" And ho said to them— 

llThus I wiith Yahweh. God of Ltrnet. 

Put ye every man hi««word u|>iin hii» thigh, 

— pAMA through and return frum K>t« to 

gate, in the camp, and »lay ye every man 

his brother, and every nuin lus friend, and 

e^'erj- nuin his neighbtiur. 

" So the sons of Le\-i did', aocuiding to tbe word 

of 3Icees,— and there fell, fnini among the 

people, on that day. aUrtit thi-ee thousand 


* And Moees said— 

Install yourselves, tu-tlay. unlo Yahu'eb, >x*a 
every man for hw mm^nnd fur hw brothor, — 
so will he bestow upon you. to-ilay. a 


"> And it camo to pass, on the morrow, that 
MuseA said unto the people, 
II Yell luivo sinned a great sin, — 
liNonli therefore. I must go op mito 

Perudvebture' I may inako a profiitiatory- 
covering for your sin. 

•* So Moses returned imtn Yaljwfh. ami said, — 
Oh now ! thio people hatb siimed a great sin, 
and they have made for theoisjelves — gods of 
gold. "iNnw'l thereforv. <if Uiou wilt 
forgiw their 8in> ... but <if aot> 
blot my, I pray thoe. oiit of thy book, 
which thou haat written.* 
** And Ynhweh said untu .M(iw», — 

<Hini who hftth !dnnc«1 ngauut me> most I 
blot out of my book. 
M llNow'l thprefnre, j|^> lead lite peopU* to 
the place of whirh T inpake to thee, lo*' 
limy muwenger I hIisII gu ta'furu thee, — 
But <in the day ulien I du visit> * then 
will I vi.iit ujKtn tlH<ni. tlioir sin. 
■And Yahweh pUtgued the people,— for what 
they liAd done with tlio oalf, which Aaion 

• Or-, "uniung thoto that 
rime up UKitinHt thrm:" 
qy ., " uvM-AfraiDst Ui«m." 

' A rwaarkalile wurd : 
MoaM felt be mmit btrgin. 
Mt tho beiriuninK- 

•P». Ulx.ffl; I». iv. 3. 

' A »p. v.r. \.#«:'>): "anJ 

■ III there Dot, then, siieh a 
thinirav postpoived pim- 
Miroent t Cp. outp. 
acxxir. 7. n; Sum. jdr. 
33: Vac. xviii. 1-3, u.;. 
IXai. xxili. 8»>W. 

EXODUS XXXm» 1—23. 


38 ^ Then sp&kd Ynhweh untu Muiiea— 

Get thee nu-ay, fro up fruin lumoe, Dtboa. and 
tbt^ people whom Uiou liut brought up 
out of ttuj Iiuid uf Egypti,— iatu tlie Uad 
aS which I swiuv tu Abrah&m, to lawc. 
And to Jacoh, mying, 

<Ta thy Aeiisd> will I give it ; 

* And I win aiutd before thee h meawnger, — 
And will drive out iho Canoanite. the* 
Amoritc:, And ttic Hittite. and the Periznite, 
tho^ Uivito, ADd the Jebimittf ; ' into A land 
flowing with uiUk and honey, — for I will not 
go up in tby luidHt.'* in dial <a Htiif-it'Kked 
|>r(iple> thuu Art', leat I (xnwunie thee, in 
the way. 

* And cwtten the people heard these evil 
Tidings> they aRlicted tbenudvea,— and tlicy 
put nut. any man. his oruaiaeuttt. upon 
him. " Tliioi said Vftliwi'h unto 

8i^ unto the sons of Israel. 
llYell ape a stiff-neeked people, <in nne 

moment— if I ahould gn up in thy midst> 

ftbauld 1 make nn end of thue, — 
tlXowii therefore, lay down thine oma' 

ments from off thee, that I may aee what 

1 miut do with thee. 

*8o tho-n the aonn of Israel stripped themaelves 
iif their omamentH, [and moved im] from Rfonnt 

~ '*'Aud ilMow^ll proceeded to take x tent, and 
pitch it by ttneU outside the camp, afar off from 
ilm camii, and he called it. The Tent of Meet- 
ing, — and -TO it came to fiA«s that [{whceoever 
wae seeking Vahweh : went oat unto the tent of 
meeting, which wa» im the outside of the 
ouup. * And it cauiu about, tlutt <when 

MoseA went out unto th(> tent> all the people 
used to riw up, and rttation tlmmaelvce. 
every man at the opening of hi« tent,— and 
ther wBtchi-d Mfura, until he entered the 
t^nL * And it came to {ia>w that <when 

MosM entered the tent> the jnllar of cloud 
came dcm'D, and siotxl at the opening of the 
teiit,— and spake with Mohhvi. '"And <when 
all the people beheld the jiillnr of eluod, etand- 
ing at tlie ojjening of the tent'> then all the 
ptH.>plen»8eiip.Rnd iviwed tbeiiL-Hilvwidown, every 
man at the friitrani* of hifl t**nt. " Tlnis 

Yaliweh uwkI to wpenk unto Muw-'S. fm-e tn face, 
AK a man speaketb unt4> hts frit'nd.—and <when 
be tctumcd unto the camp> iiliis attendant. 
.Tohhiia.* son of Nun. a young niaiil] muviid not 
from the midst of the tent 

and Obk. ear. [v. ctttLj : 

■*aitd ll>e"-U.n. 
^auaw ood. (Sam., Onk. 

MB.. 6mi., »rr.i: "and 

H»»"— 0.n. 
■ Rctm an inferior me^ 

•Niger wakl wem to be 

bate Intanded— itfit that 

nntidiMd inchap. xxiii. 

*TU« |«>BgiBph (renai 

7-11) K«nw t« reoord a 
tempomry aniuwvcDuDt, 
Ify wliich YahwBA nii)rht 
■»aunuoo frwly witli 
Jlovea without fnr tlie 
prewbt dw4^Ag lu tin 
very midrt of the people. 
M.B. : the UtueM on pe- 
niUar throughout the 

Ovb. : FcAmAuq'. Cp. 

" Then aaid M(«efl, unto Tahweh. 
Sec ! I thou [1 art saying unto tnu — 
Take up this people, 
nnd yet llthouil ha«t not let lac know, 
whom thou wilt Nend with aie,— though 
lllhou thytirlf li didat Hay— 
I acknowledge thee by name, 
Yea. ntoreo%'er'. thou hAsi found EAVour. 
in mine eyee. 
'» ijNowli therefore, <if. I pray thco. I have' 
found favour in thine eye«> let me know, I 
be)«eecb thee, tity way,' that I may acknow- 
ledge thee, lo the intent I may 6nd favour 
in thine eyes, — wm tliou, tberefure. ttuit 
thiH nation is l| thine own people |1. 
'* So then be waid,— 

,! Mine own preAonccH^ ahall go OQ. thus will I 
give thee n«L* 
** And he said tmto liim, — 

<If tby pre^nce in not' going on> do not 
take us up from beucc. " Wliereby , 

indeed, ahall it be known, then, that I have 
found favour in thine eyc«. ill. and thy 
peoploii? Shall it not be. by thy going »n 
with U8? St> shall we be* minv dia- 
tinguished, I. and thy peoplei; than any 
people that arc on the face of the giviund. 

" Tlien aaid Yohweh. unto Mo«oa: 

<£veu this thing, a'hich thou haat spoken> 
will 1 do, — 
For thou hiut found favour in mine eyen, 
And 1 hav« acknowledged thee by name. 

'•• And he aaid, — 

Show me, I pray thee, thy glory. 

» And he said— 

lllll iivill cause all my posa liefore 

And will proclaim myaolf by the nama 
Yahweh, before thee,— 
And will Hhew favour, unto whom I may' 

show favour. 
And will have oompAMsiaa on whom I may' 
have com i)AMiiun. 

« But he (tuid— 

Th*rti mnat iwt aee my face, — 
For no ^i-iri of earth can see me. and liv«^ 

5> And Yuhweh naid, 

Ixi! a place near" me, — 
So then thou slmlt itation thyself upon the 
rock ; 
» And it shall he <while my glory j^A'taeth 
by> I will put thee in the cleft' of the 
rock,- and will cover thee with my 
hand, while I paai hy : 
** Then will I take away ray hand, and thuu 
aholt see behind me,' — 
But limy faoel] must not be aeen. 

• N3.; tliftt YaJiWvh'w way 
inakni kuown llu char- 

^ Clearly impljing that the 
Dirine Mi-iuenRer iihd 
UDW retnunc hi» Iiwder- 

"*L<»d thee to rest"— 

' Or : " and hy our hf biir," 

•JO.: •■with'" 

'Or: "hollow." 

« Ml- ; " Msemyafterparta." 



84 1 And Yfehwek siud unto Mrwod 

H«w thee two Ublem of ntonA, like the 

first,— bnd I will write upon the t&blafl, the 

words wliioh were upou tho finit tables. 

which tfaoD didiit break iu pieceR ; ^ and be 

thou ready by the morniag,— and thi)u shalt 

oome up. in the momiDg. into Mount Sin&i ; 

then ahalt thou station thyself for me there. 

upon the top of the mount ; * and (no uianil 

may oome up with tlieo, and let no man ao 

much u be neon, in all the mount,— *nd let 

not even lithe flookfl or the hordal feed, iu 

front of that mountatu. 

* So ht) hewed two tables of »toao. ]ik4> the fint, 

and Moses rose up early in the mm-ninK. aud 

went up into Mount Sinai, aa Yaiiweb hod 

ooaxunanded him,— and took in hia hand two 

tables of dtone. » And Yahweh 

doweaded in the cloud, and took his Ktatiim 

with him, there,— and proclaimed himself by 

the name Vahwoh. * So Yahweh poued 

before him, and prDclotmed, — 

Yahipch, Yahyfoht 
A Qqd of eim^pattion^ and favour^— 
Saw to anffer^and atiutuiant in hvinffkind- 
new and fa ith/uln^u : 
' Keepinff UvitiffkindHen to a tkoutnnd gcHera- 

ThoHijk he Iraix jt/tt ; iittrHy uttptinhhedW, 
Vinting the tntqHit;f of fath^rt 
Upon f«m«, 
A lul upon wnt" armt^ 
Unto a third aod unto a fourth gtntra- 

' Then Mfwes made haste,— and bent hia head 
tinrards the earth, and bowed himwlf doM-n ; 
' and (<aitl — 

<lf. T iirny thee, I have found favour in thine 
eywu. O My Ijiird> t pray thee let My 
liOrd go on. in our midttt, — although <aetilT- 
iMoked peop]e> it is', so wilt thnu pnnlau 
our iniquity ** and oar sin ° nnd take as as 
thine own. 

*Tlui tantit (TTMlounpni- 
elamMticm. by God, oTHia 
name and duimctrr h 
pxlnted In iha trpe i^ 
apart in thlH Bfbic 'OT.l 
for "nftaina" ; m aa ni 
oncp to cull nttiftition to 
th*- f*rt I tn hfi v<^fi<id an 
Tc vu otk} tliat tUu paw- 
age u well wortliy to tw 
dcaonbedas TV RffmiH 
n/ the fiiitU. TTiP di-vuut 
TAkdrr oitnnnt fail tn bo 
delit(ht4.->l with the tyjx>-'iii of 

thi« i' I vela- 

tiun -' 'itired 

throu^i ■ . .li Tw»- 

tamcbl. 71i« infuKra][>H, 
to fitll, muv oci-ur n<>- 
vbvro cImi, out matchCM 
of it alxmtid.-On i\m 
closing vnniK, Kallw-h 
momcntii in the fol- 
lowing WBiBhty man- 
oct: — "Ood doM not 
dear off the aiQ ct ovkM. 
but aMilM [f-^] it 

gradunllj within throe 
or four jijinioratl'mii : liwt 
the inmviduiil, inniWied 
by the wciKbt of the 
pupii>ljiit:iit(i,[MTi»h. Aud 
thi.t i-t indf-rt! an act nf 
divino menn-! -But the 
Minn U.< the third -jr fourth 
Kt-m-ntiou i-ati ttie mote 
tipiir n pnrt nf the vvJM, 
an thp blnminf; of ^»j 
thouBaod, that in. in- 
nanHTKblp gcflnratinnit i« 
prirnj^^i) to tlieiu, to that 
tbiit rircuuwtanre aim U 
a teftlmnnj* of the lm'« 
of OoJ." Cp. on Exo. 
XX. 8. Cp. aim Num. 
xiv. IS; Fhi. T.IO: Krfi, 
\x. 17; P>..f\li.8; Jer. X. 
13; Otto.ix. .1 : Na.i.S. 

^ ptini*' rod. {w, 3 ear. pr. 
ednf.. Sum.. Sep., tSyr.) : 
"fuiquitlon" lpl.>— 0.n. 

« Horn* cod. (w. Sam. MB.. 
S«n.. SjT.) . "our gfais" 

>o And ha said— 

Lo! Itlll am abottt to solemnise a corenant, — 
<in presence of all thy people> will I dr> 
marvcllouB thing*, which have not been 
weoted iu any part of the earth, nor among 
any of the nations, — so bIioU all the people 
in whose midat llthouil art. see the work of 
Yahweh. for <a fearful thing> it i«', which 
I! Ill am doing with thee. 
» Take thon heed what il;i am commanding 
thee this day,— behold me I driving out 
from before thee- the Amorito. and the 
Conaanitc, and the Hittite. and the FeiiE- 
nte, and the Uivite. and the Jebusitti. 
w Take heed to thyself, " 

Lent thou solemnise a oorenant with the io>- 
habitant of the land, whereupon ljthou{| art 
about to enter, — 
Lmt he beoome A snare in thy midst ; 
^ Tor <the)r altan>> shall ye Hmash. 

And < their pilUire> shall ye shiver, — 
And <Uioir sacred •Htenis> *hall ye foil, 
■-* For thon shalt not how thyself down to 
another God,— 
For <a8 for Yahweh > 
< Jea]ouR> is his name, 
<A jeaJotu Goi)> he is': 
" Ixwt thnu solemnise a oovenont, with the in- 
habitant of the land, — 
And thon <aH surely as they go unohoetely 
afti-r their gods, and soorifioe to their 
So surely will he invito tlice. 
And thou nilc <»( of his sacnfiee ; 
*• And thou wilt take of his dattghter^, for 

thy Mintt, — 
AikI hin daughters will gw unohostely 

iift«r their ffoda, 
And willcau.'io {thysonsl to go nnchostely 
afti'ir tlii-ir gods. 

>' <Molteu godt> bhalt thou not make t» 

^ <Tho festival of unJcavcoed cakeB> shah 
tliou keep, <seTcn dAy8> slialt tliou vox 
unleavened cakes, which* I comnuwded 
thee, at the set time, in t}ie month Ahib, — 
for <in the month Abib> earnest tliou 
forth out of Egypt. 

'* I Every one that is tho fimt to bo bomll ia 
mine, — nnd overy one of thy cattle 
that it> bora a male, 6rsthng of oxen ur 
iheep. ^ But <the tii-stling of an asA> 

thou mayst redeem with a Iamb, and <if 
thou wilt not redeem it> then shalt Uioa 
brealt its neck. <Every fintbom of 

thy eons> ahalt thou rcdwm, and he must 
not see my face •■ | with empty hand |. 

^ <Six day8> nhalt thou laNjur, hut <on the 
si'vcnth day> shale diou Peat,"— <in 
plowing time nnd in hurvest> aholt thou 

^ And <the festival of woek8> bhalt thou 


•Somewtd. (w. 8nm.,0iik., 
Jon., 8m., SjT., Vut] : 

k 8o tt ihd bs— G. bitra. 
•Or: •• keep sabbath." 

EXODUS XXXrV. 23— 55; XXXV. 1—20. 


nuJn to tbea, the fiistfruita of tbt wheat 
hu-vost,— and tliu fu«tival of mgatberiny, kt 
the cloung in of the yeur : ° <thre« tiinea 
in the year> »h«U every one of thy maies 
■ee the fftoe* of the Lord. Yohweh. the God 
of lameL" »*For I will root ont 

nktions from bHbre tbeo, and will enlArK« 
thy bordtira,— ftod no nun ihiUl oov«t thy 
land, when thou goest up to m« the face of 
Tahweh" thy God, three timeM in the year. 

' ThoQ ftlialt not slay, aXimg with Anything* 
luaveffiedthe hlood of my iiacriHoe,— tidther 
•hall remain to the nioming, the aacrifioe of 
the fMtivul of the pHauiver. 

*■ <Tbe Ivginniuff of the fiivtfruitd of thy 
groand> shall thou lirini? into the hoURB of 
Yahw(«h, thy Gud. Thou nhalt not boil 
a kid, in thu milk of its dftin.'* 

^ And VAhweli Kiid uiito Muwts 

Writ)> ftir Ihywlf Lh«!we wordt, — for jftooordiu); 
bi tho tvnoT" of tti«flo wordnl liAVe I linlero- 
nixed with tbEK. a oovenant, and with Inmel. 

> So khan he waa thoro, with Yahweh. forty 
days and forty nighta, <bread> did bo not eat. 
•od <water> did ha nut drink,— «nd Ho' 
wTute upon tho tabkuu tbe words of the ouvenant, 
lithe ten worda||. 

And it catnc to pam <whenMoseeQaniedown 
Dut of Mount Sinai, with the two table* of 
amony' in tht> hand of Muaee, when he 
ame down out of the moiiut> tluit iMomm! 
Vncw not that tlie akin of hii* face itbune. thivugh 
hia having »pukt<n with hiin. * And Aaron and 
ail the aoTiB of Israel «aw Ma^es, and lu I the 
skiD of his face shone, — and tliey utoud in awe 
of drftwiny nigh unto hiin. " So tlien Mo«e« 
called unto tlteui, and Aamn aod ntl the priiice^'i 
in tlio antwinlily n'turut^d untii him, — aud Mom» 
spake unto Lhciu. ''And <AfU>rwiud«> came 
ni^h, all the mmia of Luai-1, -»nd ht* ^avi' them 
tn couimaiidinont'' ilII tbut Yuhwch \uul «|Njkun 
witli him, in Mount Sinat. ^ And <wla'n 
M'JKK had made au tmd of speaking with Ihum > 
be put D%*ur hia face, a. veil ; " but <b« often as 
M(W0A wHiit 111 befijm Yidiwuh.' to speak with 
lum> he put a<ude the veil, until he come 
cKit,-and <ika often aa bo CMDo out and 
apakc unto the aoaa of Itfatil, that which 

•4oit did be— O. Iftim- 

*W,D. , thaum thi» pw*^ 
Hf, twu diviiM nanit^ 

ahi'ti )i< li'ifH iVAit thd 

A.V.. »1- 

arw Ihpw 

AM tV- 

I bX 


: (liul 

i > 1 •««', ami n^ 
'■liiiiu kpffvar.' " 

OUl t., l>.. 

: . .1 [ Lnty bet vcMi tlitj 

roiv«i.itiH vrnM.-H from 

\. , ritH 

'■1 ■ 'Tit 

S- .;,! 

th.' , .,rh 

!.]■."■ I U 

•1111.11:. -. . . : ■ ' ■ . Tl- 

AUt ■*-tiM miA:, i^tf it in 


■Ml: "at (uponi (Im 

' Cp. rirr. I. 

* Or "two wilncMi'-tabln." 
<• trt: "chnrifvi] them 


•Cl«*rly. wHthin the ea- 
tempiiriMKl " tcDt uf lueet^ 
hia. 8m <h»p. Juudii. 

bo had boen oummanded> * tlie wma of Israel 
saw the hue of Mo«ea, that the akin of Mieies' 
face shone, —«o Moaes again' put the veil nvL'^r 
hia face, until be wont in to apeak with him. 

S39. Motet ffiixf Inttructiont for the Maktno of the 
Sanctuarff and tKt Boiif Oamtnts, 

1 Aad Moaee called together all the ssscmbly 36-] 
of the sons of Israel, aud &atd unto them,— 
DTbesc I are the thiugst wliich Vahvreh hath 
commanded, to do them. 

* <Six day»> shall work lie done, but <on the 

seventh dfty> shall there bo to you a holy 
sabbath -keeping, unto Yaliweh, — 1 whiMO- 
ever dtH.'^cli work therein,' fihall be put to 
death. ' Yp ahftll not kindle n fire, in any 
of yoiir dwellings, —^.m tho sabbath' day." 

* And Mo>*e8 ttpake ijnu> all the aaswrably of the 
guns of Israel, wnying,— 

llThifiH is the thing which Yahweh hath ooni- 
maadod.^ saying, — 
> Take ye frotn among you, a heare^iffering to 
Yahweh, ilevery one wboM heart is wiJhogll 
ahall bring it in, e\-nn the heave-offering of 
Yahweh, — gold and ttilvor. and brvnze; 

* and blue and purplei. and crimaoo, and flne 
linen and ^'oat'it-hair ; "^ aud num*' sktna 
dyed red. and badgers' akina, and aoacia 
wood; ^ and oil for giving light,— and 
aromatio spicea fur the anointing* ml, and 
for fragrant' iuoenae ; * aud onyx stonea. and 
betting; fituaei, — for tho cphcid, aad for the 
breast (lieco. 

^ And all tlie (viAc-hearted amongyoui: shall 
come in, that they nuiy make, all that 
which Yahweh h&th oommanded : — "the 
habitation, itii teut. and its covering, — its 
clasiM. ita boards, and its ttara. it4 pilkrK, 
aud ita sxketa ; " tlu) ark with itM fitaves^ 
the propitiatory,— and the aonxming' veil; 

1* the table wjtb ita ata^tia, and nil ittf utenulfl, 

and the Prvaenoc'-bruod ; >* thn Iam{MtAnd 
for giviug light, with itn utemuls, ant! its 
lanipfs — Hud the oil for giving hght ; '* and 
the iiiL'enM'i' altar, with itA ittavea, and the 
auuiniing' oil, and the fragntut' incense, — 
and iho enlnince' ftcreen, for Uie entrance of 
th<* habiiaiiou ; '" the altar for the ascend- 
ing*ftorifico, and the brume' grating which 
prrtninclh therctfi, ttji tituves. and all ita 
utentnU,- the laver, and it« titand ; "the 
banging!) fur tlie court, ita piltara. and its 
socketti,— ami the Hji'e«)u for tin* gate ut the 
court ; ^'' the pins of ttie habitation, and the 
piufl of the vourt. aud tJieir cotda ; '• the 
clotltii of variogati-d stuff, for iniuiiitering in 
tho sanctuorj',— the wacred' gamienta for 
Aamn the priest, and tho garments of liia 
sons, V)r miniMering as priests. 

* So all the assembly of the aoiis of Israel wont 

* Why thb reminder of the 
8abliMli betv, bat tu My 
that, nut «vaD in am- 
■tnetfng the mDOtnarr. 

wpn* thrr l4> work on Uif 
Sabtwth r 
* See rh»p. xxr, 1 tt r^. 


forth from the prwenoe of Vtoaea : " utd tlwy 
brou^it in* — every mAti whom? huart lifted him 
up,— uid never; one whrj«tt npinl made liim 
" alU ngfl brQughtinthuh(«ivi*-4>fferinguf Yhhweh. 
for Ihe ooustnictidn t.if the tt^nt u( lucotiiiK. uid 
for oU its service, and fur the liuly' i^armcnte. 
■ Ye» they brought in"— the rncn with the 
women.— Hall whowrrv williiiK-lMsartcd;! bronght 
ill — bnwclctfl i"«i m>«;-i>niaraenw.»nd rings. and 
b(lokle^ »11 raaniwr uf jewels of gold, even every 
tDAn who wftvcd ft wnvtMjffoiuig^ of gold unto 
Yfthwwh. " And iluvery miui with whom wm 
fotmd- bliip snd purple and crimaun. nnd 6ne 
linctn and giiatVhiiir,— and mtiu'sktnfi dyed red. 
andUd^-TM'Hkiiw' laouglit themin. »* lEvery 
one whu wmild Iicave ft hoAve-offering of mIvj-t. or 
hixmxi'll bi-ouffht in the hokve-offpring of Yaltwch. 
— ami Ifevcry nue with whom wua found tauan 
wood.for»nycMn*lnictionfnrthf«prviceli btouglit 
it in. ^ fViid all the wuiiieu who were wij*e- 
hmrbflli <with their luindft> did spin,— and 
brought in that wliich they had Jtpuu— the Uue. 
and the purple, the*" crimson, and the fine linen. 
** And i|all the women whu»<e lieartH liftei] them 
up with witwloui Hfuu the guacVluur. ^ And 
|;the prinoTrtii*' brought in the onyi' stoDca and 
the setting' atone«,~for the ephod. and for the 
brvarapiece ; '^ and the aromatic spices, and the 
oil,— for giving light, and for anointing oil, and 
for the Tragrunt itictoiae. > [In the case ofj 
<ev-ery uiaii and uoman, whotte heart made 
thetii iriUiug, to bring in for any coitstruction 
whinh Yahweh had commanded them to make, 
by thn hiLiid of Mo(Kis> { in tjieir o«ae] dtd the 
Aont* {»f It«mel bring in a free-will offering unvi 
Yaliweh. ^ And Moeea said unto 

the lUinu of larael— 
Seel Yahweh ttath called by imme,—Bf!znleel. 
bou of Uri. son of Hur. of the trilw of 
Judah : " and filled him with thewpiritof 
God, — in wiisdom. in undvrHmndin>( and in 
knowledge, and in nil manner uf ifxecutiun : 
lo^ devise ttkilful dtviigms, — to work in gold 
and in silver, and in bronxe ; -^'aiid in the 
uutting of stones for netting, ivnd in the 
cutting of wood.— to work in any maoner 
of nkilful workmannliip. " <T»j teao>ialt«o> 
liath hu put in hif* Iwart, I [tht" heart uf] him. 
and of OhoIiiiI>~Miii of AhiHamach. of the 
trilv of Dan ; » liath filled tlieiu with 
wisdom of htnrt. to work all* manner of 
workmannhip — of cutter, and devitJcr. and 
em1irr;)derer, in blue and in imri>le. in * 
crimeum and in fine linen, and of the weaver, 
— worketfi of any nuinner of worliiiianHhiji, 
and doviaeiK of iikilfut denigUM. ' Thus 

shall ne»U(<fl and Oholiab work, and 
every man that it wiHe-hearted. in whom 

• So it ihA be ^W. Bam. nnd 
Bm,^ — Oji.. O. Intiv. 

»8c«i« cod. (w. « rar. nr. 
odDft., Baio.. Onk. MH., 
Job., Sci».. Sjt.I : "■od 
thv" -<i-n. 

■ Or: "rul<n».*' 

«Boit»hd be (W- S«p.)- 

• Some oud. (w. 1 oar. nr. 

<dn., Ram.): "in aU*^ 

r Saline c«i4. iw. Bora., Onk. 

>f8. nnd 1 car. pr. Mn.. 

.lun.,Syr./; "aiidin" — 


Tahweh hath put wudom and anderBtaiid- 
ing', to know how to work any maniijer of . 
workmamthip for the holy' Bervioe, — accord- 
ing to oil that Yahweh hath oommaiided. 

§ 40, The Sane t tHWf it pr^ared. 

^ So tlien Monefi ealled u(ion Beuilecl. and upon 
Oholiiib, and uikhi every mun tliat was wuu>- 
lieart^'d. in wlK»>e heart Yahweh had put 
wisdom,— every one whiwte heart lifted turn up, 
todrawnearuutotlie wurk.todo it. ' And they 
took, fivrn the pri«(«,'U(.'e of Mt««.«. all the heave- 
offering whioh the xon-t ot Inmel hud brought in^ 
for the work of the holy* acrwc*'. to do 
it, — howtiett they Icought in unto him yet 
more free-will ntfering*. morning by mom- | 
ing. *Then came tn all the witw men 

who were doing all the holy* work, — ccuui by 
man. from his work which |,theyil wens doiug ; 
' and Kpake unto Mo!*e«. saying, 

< More tliun eutAigli > are the peofde bringing 

in,— [more; than i.^ needed for th" service 

pertaining to the work, which Yahweh hath 

commnnde<l to I«' dojie. 
* Hr> MtMt>H gave ootninandment. and they pomed 
a prf«lamation thrrmghuut the camp, naying, 
J^*t ninth<-r man nnr womaoli make any 

mon* material for the hrdy' heavo-iilfering. 
So the jieople wen* tf^trainrd frtira bringing in. 
** Fur thu material wiut enough for all tlie woric. 

to make it, — Jaiid t-o hikuwI 
' Then did all the witv-hejirtod among the 
workent of tlie material, make the ha1>itAti«m, 
of ten I'urtainn,— <of fino-lwined linen, and 
blue and ]iur|)lQ and urimBon, with cherul)im„ 
the work of the itkilful w<^«vtT> did titi mako 
th«m. ** jTlie length of each' curtain'j vnui 
twenty-eight cubitR, and jthe brcadthll four 
cubits, for each curtain,~<one meoauro had 
all the curtains. >o.\nd lie joined the [firat] f!\-e 
curtftinif. one to another.— and <the [other] &vei 
curtaiutt> juin€d he one to another. " And ho 
mtule Itwpft of bjin?. upon the border of tlie first 
curtain, at the pdgeof the set,— ;;thuii|; made he 
in the border of the [other] curtain, at the edge 
of the jteeimd set : "< Fifty loopB> mode he in 
the firf't' eui-tain, and <6fty loop(i> made he 
in the edge of theeurtAin that waain theseound' 
fif t,— the liioiw being , oppubite,' o«ie to another. 
'^ And he mn-ile fifi,v claH)ib of gxjld,— and joined 
the eiirtaiuH one t<i another with tlio oliiepa, ftnd 
so the hnbitntiun Ixfcanie |une|- 
'^ And he made eurtain^ of gontVfaairt fur the 
tent, over tlie habitation,— <e[ovon curtains> 
did he make theui : '* 1 the length of each' cur- 
tain!' wna thirty cubitH, nnd lifour cubits,, was 
the breath of each' curtain,— «rtio mcaBure> 
had the eleven cnrtoina " And hu joined five 
of the curtaina by ihenu9L<lvo.s -and the six 
onrtoina. by themxeh'eK. '" And be made fifty 
loops upon the border of tho curiam tliat wma 
outmost in the [one] itt^t and < fifty loops > 
madu' he upon the bimler of the curtain of the 
wcond set. " And he made fifty cla^M ot 

EXODUS XXXVI. 18—38; XXXVII. 1—22. 


vSbiM, — to join togfithrr th« tent, that it ini((ht 
bectutii.- une. 

** And he nuule » covoring' to the tent, uf rams* 
ftldm. dyetl n^, — ami » vovtsring of Imdt^ra' 
•Idna |ftbove|. 

* And tie Tniuie the IxmnJn, for tin* hahitutioti, — 
of aoicia wcxxl, f<ir xtAiuliu^ up: <■> Uten cubit»,| 
the Ifjigth of each boAr(L.~an(i ''a cuhit atid a 
half ttA' btvttdth of ttach' liuanl : *> two tvnons 
to tneh' board, unitvd aao to onotbtir, — ^i thuKll 
made \w tor all the boards of the habitation. 

^ And be mode the btMUtLs fur thu liaUtatiuti. — 
;iwcntj bii&rd>4 fur the Miuth !<icir> Mmthwanla ; 

3* and < flirty BocketJi of »iJv(.'r> imulu he. under 
tite twetity lioarrla,— [two wxkctal under the 
first' iKiard.for its two toiions uud ..twowx'ktt* | 
undtirthe nnxt.' hoard, for its twut(Tiona. * And 
<fnr the Bocond ride of the habitation, to the 
north qaarter> made he twenty boords; " and 
tiudr forty (wokft« of silver, — litwo socket*; 
under the fint' buurd, and ||t«*o MwketHll under 
the next' board. ^ And <for the hinder part of 
the habitation, M^stword > niotie he (iix boards ; 

* and <two boani8> ouule lie fur the oomen of 
the habitaticm, — in tho hinderport. ** Thtu 
w«f» Uiey to be double beneath, and < at the 
Boaut dmo ihoulil they lie entire, at" the top 
thereof, into each' ring,— i thuit; did he forthem 
both, for tlie two citrniim. ** TIiuh wppp there 
to be uife'ht btjonU, and I'their »tucket« of silverl 
wera iuleea sockutit,— two aocketit apiece under 

^ And he made bar*, of ncooia wood,— HfiTo|] 
for the boards of the Brat' nidf? of the habitation, 

* and 'five ban* i for the lioanln t>f the other" itide 
of the haUtatiuu,— and iBvutionc: fortlieboordB 
<rf the hahitaiioni* ac the hinderimrt wcstwat^ 

' And he made Uw middle hur, — to nin (ilunfi; 

in the miditt of tliu IxmnlK, Ir^nn end to end. 
^ And <tfie boanL»> uverUid he with gold, and 

<tb«*tr ringB> mode lie of gold, mm ructtptaclea^ 

for tlui bars,— «nd ho uvul&id the bars with 


* And lie made tlio veil, of blue uud pun^k! luid 
crtnuKin^ and tine-twiii«d liuun. — <of (ho work 
of a akilful woavor> inode he it. ii with chcni- 
bimi. ^ And he aiadu for it— four pillara of 
MGOoia, and nverhud tliem irith gold, their hookft 
ctf Kold, — and cast for them, fonrsockeUt uf ttilver. 

" And he uuk1« a Mcn.'en for the openitig of tht) 
tent, of liliie and purple and criuisou and line 
twiited linen, thf-' work of an embroideivr; ■ and 
tlw 6\f pilUn thcraof. and their hookh, and he 
owrUid their oapit*^ and their cn»ft-roda.^ 
witli gold, bnt lltboir five aooketuH were of 

\^fT ' And Betaleol made thr^ ark, of acacia wood,— 
BtwoCTiUtAand ahatfll tho length thereof, end 
ta cubit and a half : the lirpjultli thereof, and la 
cubit and a half :| tho height tlmreof ; ^ and be 

8Mn« ood. (w. Sam., 
Onk.>- "upmr'— fi.B. 

, ^BlIBMroid. (w.8»ni..(ink.. 
Jim.): "4tlc tif tlitt h." 
C^. flbft^ xxri. a?— On. 

"K.B. UL: "houiie«" = 

"h«n««" = "repfTiUii'W." 
*0r. "&Ucta"ur "rimn" 


overlaid it with pure gold, within and without, — 
and made fur it a rim" uf gold, round about; 
' and ho cost for it four ringn of gokl, uptm tlie 
four feet theretrf, — even ;|tn-o ringMH on the one' 
side thereof and 'I two ringuli <*n the other' 
nde tliereof ; * and ha luadu alav-iM of aouna 
Wood, — and overlaid Ihem witli gold ; ''and lie 
brought the atAve«t into tbu ringfi, upon tlie Ridev 
of the arit, — fur lifdng the ark. 
• And he made a pnipitiatory'' of pure gold,— 
Ijtwocubtta audatuUfit tho length thereof, and 
llaoubitanda half!] the hre-adtli thennif: '^ and 
be rnnde two eherubini. of gokl,— <ut beaten 
■work> did he make tliem, out of the two ends 
of tlie propitintury : "Hone clierub|l out- of thia' 
end, and IJone cherub || out of that' end, — <uut 
uf tlie propitiatory itMOf> made he the oheru- 
biui. out of the two cnda thereof: "and the 
elieriibim were spreading out tlieir wings on 
high, making a Rbclt«r with their wing« over 
the propitiatory, %vith lltheir faootjl one towards 
tho other. — <towardii the propitiatory> were 
the ftticeA of the cherubim." 
'" And he made the table, of acacia wuod. — lltwo 
cubitHll the length' thereof, and lla culjttli tlie 
breadth' thereof, and |a ouUt and a haJfii tlie 
height' thcnoof. " And he overlaid it, with pare 
gold, — and be made thereto a rim'of gold, niund 
about ; "• and he moilt? thrrnto a border of a 
haudliroadth. rouml rtlk>ut.— and he made a 
rim * of gold to tlie border thertyjf . round about ; 
"and be cut fur it, four rings of gold,— and placed 
the rings uptru thti f nur comtsrp, which pertained 
to the firtir feet Oiereof : '* cninr to* the 
horder> were the rings,— oa reocptaclo»" for 
tho staves, for lifting the table ; w and he nude 
tlw (ttavoa of acacia ^i-ood, and overlaid tiiem 
with gold,— for lifting thf* table ; »• and be made 
the iitetuili) which with Ui lie vipon the tabic — 
itH di«hcfi. and its pans, and iti^ Ik^wIh, and ito 
iBmina.forpouringouttherowith, — jofpuregoWl. 
" And he mode llio lampacand, of pure gold,— 
<of beaten work> made ho tliH lampftcand — 
llitfi l«8e and its tUialta, ita cupR, its apples and 
it.H Uloaimmall were |of the Hame{; w nith isix 
brancheai coming out of ita fitdes,— ilthree 
branches of the lampstandji out of its one' side. 
and [three hnmcht.-:! of the lamp«tand;i out of 
it« other' sidf*: " i, three cupa Ukt; almond- 
flowens in the nno' bnuich—apple and bloMuim, 
and llthrw ciips hkc almnnd-floworsll in the next' 
branoh. apple and bloasnm,— lieoll for the aix 
bimnclios, coming out of tlio Iflwjjtitaud; * and 
<in tho lampHtond it«elf> four cupa,- like 
almond 'flowery itn apples oud itj* bluasomH; 
"with llan applel under the two Iiranehei), of the 
aame, ami ran apple i under tho next two 
brauelie.t, of the tume, and klan applell under 
the next two branchea of the same,— for 
the aix bnuiclioH coming out of the same : 
™ lltheir apples and their fannobeaU were jof 
tho samel,— all of itil one beaten work, of pure 

•Or: "crown-" 

^ Cpw chap. XXV. 17, n. 

« pp. chap. XXV. ao, u. 

' "OrerraKiunat"— Ealiacb. 
•lit.: "hoiuMi." 

EXODUS XXXVn. 23—29; XXXSTTU, 1—30. 



fold. B And he made th« lanipa thereof. 

a«T»n,— with its inulTcni and its mufl-tmya. of 
purr ([old. •• <Of M tabnt of puns guld> nimdc 
ho it, —And all the uteiudU thetwrf. 

* And he m»de tho inninrc' alt&r. of umaim 
wDu]«— ^1» csubitl the length therouf, moA (is 
euUtll the broftdth thereof, ilfouniquarell, and 
Ifewooubitail the height theraof, <of thumxie> 
WTO the boms thereof. "And hv ov«rliiid it 
with pura gold — tlio lop thorettf «iid tlie nidtf* 
Ihcpwtf round about. miH lli* bonis thereof, — 
ami hn nukdo tborvt'i a rim* of dTLild, rmmd 
about. ■* Awd <two nagn ol g»>ld > ina<I« he 
thfweto — beneath the riiu' tht-re'jf, ui»on the 
tvnt oomcrs therpof, upon the twu .lidHM 
ihcroof, — a« rw»ptacJe» for tiie fitftvf^. to lift it 
thnn'with. * And he miule tlio fitavtm of ocauia 
wimmI,— uid o**erULid thnrn' with gold. 

* And ho nratl« the hol^ Anointing' oil, and tlve 
pum fmgrtint' mceiue,— the work nf a peirfuniur. 

t jVnd he iniule the altar for the uoouding- 
Mirrifioe' of ooacia wixid. — Ifivc cubit*:! the 
tontfth t)i«n<uf, and \\Gre cuUta the breadth 
tlirrY<of. IfiiurMiuan-'l, uul llthree oufaita. the 
hfiftht thnrraiL ' And be made the bonu 
ttMrfof. u(iiia the four canmn bboreoC «>< C^ 
«iuiii>'- wiire the horns fehareof,— and he ovoriaid 
it with bmnu. ' And be made all the utensils 
pf tlio altar— the pans and the choveU. and the 
nprinkbng bowlit, the flesh-hookB^ and llw Hre- 
IKUtt, — <aU the utensils theToaf> iii»de h« uf 
hniUB. * And be tnnde to th« oltor a grating, 
of wtwork of broDXe,— under the nuu^n thereof 
b(tiiMlh. aa far M the midAt thereof. > And he 
emit four rings in the four ooroam. to the grattng 
of hnnuu,— aa reoeptaolM for the eUvn. < And 
b* made the «tavesofaoaaiawt»d.'and orcrlatd 
thorn with brunxe. ^ And he bmoght the staveN 
int<t the rings, upon the indes of the altar, to lift 
it thcn'with, — <hollow with Ixiordio did be 
make it. 

<■ And ho mode the laver of bronxe, and the 
BlUid Diarenf of bnmze, — with the niirrun* of 
(he fomale howte who did M>r%'ice at tlte opening 
tit \ht' lent of meeting." 

* And he toade the court,— <cm the aouib iside 
iinuthwnrd> the hangings of the court, of fine 
twined linen, la hundred cubitiil ; >*|<their 
pillaml twenty, and their fwickfta twenty, of 
lirnnie, — the hook." of the fjillars and their oon- 
iMOting-ruds.'' of silver: " nnd <ou tho north 
«id*> a hundred cuhitA, licheir pillnnt I twenty. 
and litheir wickctMll twenty, lof bronaci, — ^ the 
lK»kikf>f the pilUrs And their oonnDCting-rodall' 
of ailvttr. '^ And <on the west sido> iihong- 
tng"'! Itfty cubits Ijtheir pilLorH i ten, and I their 
iKMiknta'l ten,— nnd the iKxilcsnf the pillars and 
their e<3nut-'cting-rodi« ,'* of Kilver. i" And <on 
tbonut aide towards the dnwn> 6fty cubits: 

Xituiiigiiitrti I fifteen cntiitA, fur Lite uda*pieoe,-~ 
: tttntr pillAptii three, nnd i:thftr M>dceC«]| three; 

■ (If I Mftvwn." iutrl« " --KaUadi. Abo 

kO»i <'l<>ik» " 1 6am. tl. 22. 

•"tttl ■ iroiw« * Or: "fillet*" or" linga" 

(M^jL -iitid- — O.G. 

|Miit4t, ' ; lubar- 

u and < for the aooond' ttdepieoe. on thii aide 
and nn that, of the gate of the roart> Hhang- 
inftBti fifteen ouUta,— ilthoir piUoni;) three, and 
litheir socketalj tl>ree. I'tiAll the hangings of 
the court, round abmitil were of 6nc twined 
Hnon. I' And iithcanckctafor thepillorell were 
of bronwN lithe hooka of tbc pilbtrB. and tlwir 
oonnocting-rodsil" of ailver,— and 1 Uie ovorlay- 
ing of their oopitalBll wn» wlvw, — and iltliey 
themsetvusi, wore filleted with fiilvKr, uveu all tho 
piUoni of the court. ^ And |: the acnwn of the 
gate of tbe court I was tlie wurk of on em- 
broiderer, blue ami purple ami oHoiaun^ and hne 
twined Unen. — nnd iitwenty cubitajl in length, 
and lithe hedghf, acoirding to the breadth 1; of 
five imbitA, to match the uurtAina of tbe oourt : 

i> and i:thetr pillanii were four, and iltheir 
Bodietail four, jnf brtnuwl, — Stbeir hix^kaii of 
nlver, and lithe overlaying of their oapit«l». and 
their oonnootiag-rodfti* oif silver. * And loll 
the pons for tlie habitation, and for tho court 
round about ii, of brotuc 

'> llThoMil are tbe details of the bafaiiation— tbe 

- hahiutiun of teatimony," whidk w«ro detailed at 

the bidding of MoMa,~f]the serrira ol the 

Lerites, fay the hiuid of Ithamsr. son of Aaitm 


" So then llBesoleel. son <rf Uri. non of Hur. nf 
the trihc of Judahil mode all that Vahweh hod 
ocimmandfMl M^Mtea. ^And <with hini> waa 
Ohaliab, sou of Ahisatnneli, nf the tribe of Dan. 
an artiBoer and Hkilful weaver, -Hind an em- 
broiderer—in bluetAodinpurpla.AndincriiiMon. 
and in fine linen. 

** <As for all the gold that was umn! for the 
work, in all the mnivtrurtion nf the itAnrtuary> 
it CATne tn lauta that , thn i^-ttld nf the wave- 
offering wart uiiw-atid-tweikly toientH, andeeven 
bundrvU and thirty sliekeU, by the HttekeJ of the 

* And <the ailver uf them who «-ere numbered 
nf t]>e aMti'uibly >' was one himdred talents. — 
and one thousand, seven hundred, and mventy- 
fire ahekeU. by the i^bokct of the RATiviuary j * a 
a bekah ^r bead, tltnt u a half shekel, by the 
shekel of the Hanotuory. for all that psssed nver 
to them who bod been numbered, from twenty 
years old, and upwards for six hundred and 
three thousand, and tli'e hundred and 6fty. 

s' And it came to pass, that lithe hundred talonta 
of fliU'eril were mrd for canting the sockets of 
tho sanotoaiTr ■'■d the nockets of the veil. — 
one bnndred sockets with the hand red talents, fr 
talent for a socket. ** And <with tbe thmi* 
sand, seven hundipd and wv«nly-fivc> mode 
the hooks, for the pillAn>, — and uvprloid thuir 
ca^Mtsls. and uniti'd tl»'rn with cunnecling-njilH. 

* And lithe bnmze uf llui wuvu-ufferingll was 
ncventy talenU,— and two thuutiand and four 
hundred nluskeU. ** .:\nd he made therewith, the 

• Or : "an«U" cr "ring*" 

kN.B.: "Ublw of t<-«ti- 
moof " ; " Krk nf te^ti- 
mmy": "IiabiUition of 

•Or: " Mcred' «hekal.'* 
«Tlu> Bunctiuurr wm», in 
put, (.THMtrncted oat of 
ledenptioa raoiuijr : 

EXODUS XXXVm. 31 ; XXXIX. 1—34. 


wmketn for the opening of thu tout of tneetinff, 
luid the altar of bnni»'. an<I the gmitiiig nf 
bronze whioh pertaiiKtl theretUf — aiid all the 
asils of the altar, >' aa<l the aockelH (or tlio 
urt ruuud about, atwI th« ^^jcltots for th« gate 
of tbeoourtf— and all tho piitit fortheh&hjtAtion. 
aftd all the pins for tho court, round about. 
'89 ^ And <of the blue, and the purple, and th« 
erinisan> made they ckjChs of varie^atud stuff. 
for miniatCTinR in the Rnuotimrr,— and tJiey 
madetheholf' ptrmtints which were for Aaron, — 
Afl Yahwph commanci'id Moikk. 

* 8o he mode the ephod,— of gold. blue, and 
parple. and orimson. and fine twined linen, 

* And tbey did U»t out the plntw of gold, nud 
Inr iinKvedfd to out them JDto threada,' to work 
into tbu inidM of the blue, and into the midst of 
tiw purpl.?, and into the mid«t of the erirason, 
and int«3 the midst of the fine linen, — with the 
wiirlc of a skilful weaver. * <S))ou]der-pieoeB> 
modo they thereio. for joining, — <&t its twro 
cd«oii> was it joined. > And <a9 (or the 
coriouR faateoing girdle which wan th6reoil> 
<of the ftamB> it waa' according to the woridog 
thereof, gold, blue, and pniple, and cnmsou. 
and 6ne twined linwn, — 

Ah Yahn'eh commanded Moseo. 

* And they WTi-rtight the onyx stoned, encloaed 
in ouchos (if xnbl, — graven with the engravingB 
of a seal-rinjf, aftKr* tho names of the sooa of 
laneL ^ And he jHit thpin on the shoulder- 
pieces of thn pphod, r* **tones of memonAl. for 
the voBtf of tfrmel, — 

An VahH-eh commanded Mums. 

' And h« madv the breiutpieca. the work of a 
akilful weaver, like the work nf the' ophod, — 
of gold. blue, and purple, and orimeon. and 
fine twined linen. • <Foiir»quare> it wm_ 
<doubIed> made they the brenatpinw,— ila 
■pan I wan the length thereof, and ia tipan I the 
breadth thereof, \ doubled [. "• And they set 
therein, four njws of rtouw,— lone rowtl a 
•andiuA. a t'^paz. and an emerald, the first' row; 
'* and ' the iectmd wiw :,~a carbundfi, a wipphirB, 
and a diamond; >=and icho tliird' row, — on 
opiU. an agate, and an amethyst; ''and lithe 
fonrth' row i, a Tnrahish sUme.'' a aardonyr. and 
a jaaper,— enclrjs^iuoucheeof gold. Iwhun th»-y 
were net I » And <a*. for tlie ■toiici>> <after'' 
thm nam€« of the nonH of LinM>l> tliey were' 
BtwelTBli.aftwr'' their names,— with the eugrnv- 
tn^ uf a eeol-riuK. ieiihuh oneL aftt?r'' hiit name, 
{for the twelve tiitttiBJ. ■" And ttreymode.uiion 
the btwuitpiece. uhiuna like oirds, of wreathen 
work,— of pure gold. '"And they mad*- two 
<iuchf« of gitid, and two ring* of gold,- and they 
phieed the two ring*, upon the two uud» ,jf 
the breawtpiece ; '"and they placed the- two 
wnathen ctioiiu of gold, upin the two rings,— 
opon Che ends nf the breontpiece ; » and < the 

•>C.: **upr«." 

•0D U •hd be.— G.n. 

fM.C.T.: '■an.'-] 
* ■' ChiyvoUte "—Kaiitch. 

other two eudn of the two wrsatheu chaina> 
placed they upon the two ouches, — and placed 
them u|iun the iih<iuldcr-pieceH of the ephod, in 
tho forefront thereof. •• And tliey made two rings 
of gold, and put on the two eudi of tlie breast' 
piooe, — upon the border thereof, which i» to- 
wards the ephod. inworda. ^ And they made 
two other rings of gold, and plooed them upon 
the two khoulder-piecut ui the ephud. below, on 
the front of the face tiieroof, to match the 
joining thereof,— abox'e the curioui girdle of 
the ephod. " And they bound tl»e breaat- 
piece by the rings thereof, into the rings of the 
ephod. with a conl of blue, tliat it might remain 
ni»nn the curloutt girdle of the ephod, and the 
hreaatpieoB not be retuovnd from upon the 

As Yahweh commanded ^Xueea. 

^ And he made the robe of the ephod.' the 
woric of a wearer, — | wholly of blue ! ; ^ with the 
opening' of the robe in the midf^t thereof. like 
the op<tiing of a ooat of mail, — a border to the 
Gpuning thereof nwnd about— ic might not be 
rent open. *♦ And they made. \ii)ftn the akirta 
of the robe, pomegranatea— nf blue and pnrple 
andcnnunn, — twined.' ^jv^uj) ctie.rmadebeUsftf 
pure gold, — and plac(*d the bellfv in the midst of 
the pomegranute.1, up«m tho Hkirtn of the ml)e. 
ronnd about, | in the midnt of the pomegranates | : 

^ A bell and a pomegranate, a bell and a pome- 
granate, upon the akirta of the robe, round 
about,— to nuniiiter in— 

Aa Yahweh commanded Mwka. 

^ And they nuulo the tunica of fine linen, the 
work of a weaver,— fur Aaron, and for hift suns ; 

" and tho turban uf tine Uniin, and the ornamental 
caiw" of fine linen,— and the lin«n' dmwnnt. of 
fine twined linen : '^ and the girdle of fine 
twinecl linen, and blue and purple and crimi*on. 
the work of an embroiderer, — 

As Yahweh commanded Moae^ 

*• And they made tho burnished plate of the 
holy' crown, of pure gold. — ond wrote thereupon 
a rriting. with the engravings of a seal-ring 
Holy unto Yahweh. " And they placed there- 
uiion a cord of bl«e, Vj foAten it upon the tur- 
ban* up slxive, — 

A« Yahweh eommanded Moeee. 

" TliuM was 6nJ«ho<l all the work of the habita- 
tion, of the tent of itiL-i-lJng, — tliuis did the nons 
of Unu>l, < according to all that Yahweh 017m- 
mnnded MoMif<> m:>;' did they. 

£ 41. ?V Work i» {rrmij/At in U> JUosr*. 

^ And they brought in the habitation, unto 
HoMi, the tent, and all ito furniture, — it^ cloeps. 
ita hoards, itt* ban. and ite pillars and it« 
aocketti : •* and the covering of rams' akins dyed 
red, and the covering of badgers' skins,— and the 

•Or: "ephod robo." 

•• Ut. : "rn'mth." 

* Smne ccxL iw.Satn.,8ep., 

S>T.) : " fine twined 

Ua«D "— 0.a. 

*Or: " tnriian uraament." 
<>. U. Ixi. 10. (Bm. 
xxlv. IT.] 

•Or: "tiam." 


KfMuin^ vefl; »tlKi» ark of the testiniuny. 
with itt sUvoBf-and tlie propitiator; ; "the* 
talile, aU« iu iiteMib, and tht- Pn»(.enc«' -bread ; 

" the-' pure lampstaod, tlie- Umpti thereof, the 
lamps to bo pill in urder. ttiid all the ufcenaiU 
thereof,— and the oiJ for giving light ; » and the 
altar of pild, ud the uU of nnuinting, and the 
frofpiuit' incwwe,— and the tKsven for the open- 
witf of tlie tent ; "the * altar of hrmw.. and the 
ffratinR of hruuice which pertaineih therotu. 
the* jitaves theroof. and all the ut«*:iMls tbere- 
of,-the« laver. and ito aUnd. ■"thi*"' luinginpt 
of thf court. itK' pillara and ito aoukuts. and the 
»cre*-n for the grata of the court, Its' oordu, and 
1 ta pins, — ond all thr titenstltt < f or ttie service of the 
habitation, fur the tentof moetmy; « the" cloths 
of varitgateil .ilulf/' for mJnUtenng in the nanc- 
t"M7.— the holy' frarments for Aamn the priest, 
and the garrnenu of hts sons, for uunUtcring as 
priosta. « < AcoordinK to aU that Yaliwoh pnm 
mandad M(»)M,> iittnli did the aoiu of Israel make 
all tht' work. 

** And MiMHM looked' upon all the ntnicture. and 
lo! they had made it,' <aK Yahweh had com- 
Dunded> |ibo|| had they made it,— and Moaos. 
bleised them. 


40 1 

42L Bjt exprrm Divint Commarut the Holy Bahita- 
tioti *'■ at trntfth »H wp, ami it Jii/gd vUh 
Yakvfh'a ainrif : jiH iio( *» ns to dr/rrivc fgrnel 
of tht Ouidiu'j Fillnr ofCluutl attd Finb^Day 
and^Niitkt in ail Ihfir Jmirntpitufi. 

Then upake Yahweh, unto Mc^mmv*, Haying— 
<0n the 6nit day of tha iiionth, in the first 
month > thalt thou tv&t the hubitation, of 
the tent of meutin^ ; •'' and thou ithalt put 
theri'in, the nrk of th« h-jitiindiiy,— und slialt 
Mrt-^n the ark, with thp veil" ; ^and thou 
ahoit bring in the tablt<, and net in order 
wtiat is to be arranged th^reujinn, — and tbou 
itbalt hriutf iu the lamfittland, and muantv 
tho iuiii(« thereof ; ^ and thuu .-Uialt place 
the aliar of ^Id. for inoenfae, before the ark 
of the Ctstimooy,— and put up the aorecn 
for the c^iening of the lukbitatiun; 'and 
than flhalt plaoe tbo altar for the aacendiug- 
wicrifioe,— before tlie opening of the habita- 
tion of the tent of meeting ; ^ and thou ^halt 

* fsonH'Cixl. iw. Sam. M»., 
ftok. MH., .luH.. SjT.; : 
"■ud tlie " — G.u. 

* 8omc cod. . w. (>nk. MS. 
lUiil o«t. pr. cdn., Jan.): 
"•ml tho" -r;,o. 

'Kmuriod. w.Buo.. Onk. 
M^. and nu. jir. edn.. 
Jtm., Syr/ : •' and nil"— 

* 8«jnM>ra(l. fw. Jon., 6rr.) : 

"aadtlMj"— 0.n. 

* Srane ant. It. Snri., Onk. 
jyiS. and e«r. pr. «ln., 
Jon.. fivT./: "and the" 

'Bomeetnl. 'w. Jun.,8]rT.j: 

"andUir"— Q.n. 
«aMn« end. <w. Onk. Hit. 

and car. nr. tdn., Syr.) : 

"aadeha" — («.n. 
^ SoCDe oud. vW. Han., Onk, 

Mft.. J,ra. :;IS.. Svr. iiml 

Vu!. : -iiiici thc-'^— (J.n. 
' Bonw t'ml. <vf. flaia. M8., 

Onk. MS. Had ttr. pr. 

*dn., Jon. MS.. Svt. aod 

Vul. : " nad tlu»'' -(».u. 
^ [itoe iif the above n<tt<« 

protj.^ »hd oamo Itore 

»Or; "fiireftun--." 
■ S<j<iii«^ui*I. .w. Bant., Onk. 

MS. iinil car. iir. cdn. 

and S>T. T "ana thf**— 

&Ji. Op., un tbe ahmro, 

U. Intn). fin. 
" " Oanomite of tiBcD"— 

* dome ood. (w. Sim. and 

Jon.! : "RcrMQ the ark 

and the profitiatorr "— 

r " Put DO "— KaliMoh. 

plaoe the taver between the tent of n»«ting. 
and thaalUr,- aadihalt put. therein, water. 

« And tliou jihalt put up the court, round 
aUiut,— antl hang up the screen of tlie gate 
of tlie «)urt. » And thou ahalt take the oil 
iif anointing, nndanoint the habitation, and 
all that 14 th*>n>in,— and ahalt hallow it. and 
all the fumitun-' thereof, ao shall itbe holy. 

10 And thou ahalt anoint the altar of osoond- 

ing locrificp, and all it* utensils, — and 
hallow the alUr. w «hall thf altar* bo moat 
holy -. " and thou ahalt anoint the later. 
and \Xa Btand,— and aluUt hallow it. " And 
thou ahalt bring near Aaron, and hia lona, 
unto th« o|wuiiig of the toat of meeting, — 
and shalt bathe them in" the water ; i^and 
thou ibalt clothe Aaron witli the holy' gar- 
niontit,— and ahalt anoint him. and hallow 
him. &o ahall ho minister aa print unto me. 

>' <Hia ttouA alaD> ahalt thou bring near. — 
and ahalt I'lotho thL*m with tunics ; i^ and 
ahalt anoint them, as tbou didst anoint their 
fatliur, and Uiey shall minister aa prieata 
unto me,— ao ahall their anointing remain to 
them, for an age-abiding" prie6thc»od. to 
their generations. 

1* And Moms did,— <aooording to all that 
Yahweh had commanded liim> 'loit did he. 

1' Thua came it to ponw <in the fuut month, in 
the Micond year, un the (intt of the month > 
that thu bobitAtiini waa reurvd. >" Yea Moaea 
rvarrd the hnbitatiun, and }ilactKl iX» iwcketft, 
and fixed ita boards, and faatened its bars, — and 
reared its pillars. i" Then spread be abroad 

the tent upon the habitatiou,' and put the 
cuveriiijj of the tout upon it. ] above |,— 

As Yaliwcb commanded Moaoa. 

*° And he took uid plaoed the testtmony, vritlun 
tlie ark, and put the staves upon tbe ark, -and 
plaoed the t'>^P>tisXory upon the ark | above I; 

u and broujjht in the oi^ iuto tbe habitatiun, 
and put up the aoreening' veil, and scro«icd 
over the ark of the certimuny, — 

Aa Yahwah oommandad UcaM. 

^ And he ]>lfLoed the tablt^, in the tent of 
meeting, — im the irid« of th(t habitation } north- 
ward!, — outKide the vtiil ; ^ and net in order 
thereupon thu armngenient of bread, bt'forf 

As Yahweh oommaoded Moaoa. 

" And be put the lampstand, tn the tent of 
meeting, over against the table,— on tli« side 
of the habitation. |Mmthi%'ard| ; * and moantod 
the lanii». btfore Yaliweli, — 

As Yfthneh commanded Mo 

^ And he put the altar of gold, iu the tent oi 
meeting.— before the veil ; ^ and burned there- 
upon tlie fra^rmnt' incenae, — 

Am Yahweh commanded Moaea. 

* And he put up the ttcrocn of tli« entranot 
pertaining to the luiliitation ; *>anil < the altar 

■Or: "utetwilii." 
»0r: "with." 

' Bee ohap. xxvi. T. B. 

of aaQeiM]in9-wcrt6c<'> |rat he at Um enCimiioe 
i«f the habiution oF the tent of meeting,— and 
'lie owmed to sftoend theroupciD, tbu tueending- 

MkcxifiM, anti the n)(«l-ofTonng,-' 

As Ytthweh oommMided Mone*. 

• And he put the laver, between the tent of 
meeting, aad tlie alt«r, — and put thttrrin wnter, 
for Imthlug ; " &nd Mo^u^. and Aanni, utid hm 
HMW. l^tenoefurth tatlind thfn*at,~ttiuir hniida 
and their feet ; * < wh«i) they wore fnt«ring 
intu the t£nt of meeting, aud when thi-y vfttra 
drmving near unto tho altar > then lucd thoy to 

An Yohu'eh onmntAndefl Momr. 

* Asd ho reared the court, round alKHit. to the 
habitat Urn ood to the altar, aod put up the 
aenm of tlw gate of the court,— and Mos«b 
fiBbhed tlw* work.'^eaa, ud VulO :"aU the"- Gji. 

** Then did the clond cover the tent of 
raoirtiiifr,— and 'the glory of Yahweh I filled the 
hikbitatioi) ; ^ and Moeee woe not able to 
enter into the tent of meetuig, becaom the 
cloud hod mode itn habitation tbereupun, — 
and iitho glory of Yahweh|| filled the halnta- 
tion. ^ Aod <wheiMuever the cloud aooended 
from otf thf hnbitation> then did the suna 
of Israel set forward, — in all their joumey- 
ingi t* "but <if the cloud did not a&cend> 
then did they not mt furn-ard,— until the day 
when it did uAccnd. ** For th«* olotid of 
Yahw«h1 WON upon the hnhttation. by day, 
and i|a firell ranie to he, by night, therein,* — 
in the Might of all the hnuiR of Ticrnel, in all 
thoir jmimeyingi.' 

•lO: " in aQ thefrMttfnn 
fonrmid." IJt.:"br«AC- 

^Tbat bi "In" the olood. 

to makfntf it ^i«n>l(• bf 
night. Op. fcoemlly 
Xiitn. ix- 1&-S3. 



1 I Then called he unto Mniiert, — and Yahu <»h ttpaku 
anto him. out of the tent of nteeting, «aying : 
'* Speoli thou unto tht^ Mine of Israel, and thou 
nhall nay uDtn them— 
<Whon ||ft«y man ■ would bring wuir from 
among you an nblntinn.'' unto Yahwoh^ 
<from the biAittti, from the herd «r fnmi 
Uib flock> shall ye bring near your 

L The Amftiddnff-^toi/irtiA. V. and B. V. " Jiur$U- 

a, Ofthrfftrdituliock). 

> ^If <aa aacending -sacrifice > bo hiii oblation 
— of lheher«I> <n malt' without defects- 
■hall he bring near, — cunto the entnuwe of 
the tent of meetings shall he bring it, for 
ita acceptance. bef<>rR Yahweh. * Then 

■hall be lean hia hand, uprtn th<' head of the 
MHendtng>8aciitice,~aiid it Rhall be accepted 
for him. to p»it a proiiitiatorj- covering" 
over hira ; * and he** aliall alay the ytiuog 
buUook* before Yidiweh.— and th« nana of 

*OKt "famun befaw**: 
«t • " Kon of earth." 

* ■ "jn^lhlng brought 

'SeaO.T. Ap., art. > 

txtinttiry Crn-ctmjr.'* 
*(>r: •■oiw." I'dth.: 

I^nte nUt>n<lnDt. 
•JC: "will of the herd." 

Aarou. the prieeta. aball bnng near tho 
blood, and tibaU da«h* the blofxi ngain»t 
the altar, round about, [even the altar] that 
i» at the entraure of the tent of meeting. 
Then Hhatl he'' flay the awjending-aacriHoe, 
—and cut it up intoiti* pieces. ^Andthenona 
of Aartm the priesf ahali place fire, upon 
thu altar, — and ammge wfxid^ iifton the hre. 
And tlio miUA <ii Aan>n. tho priests. Khali 
arrange the piec<», thu'' ht^wl and the fat,— 
upon the woud.tbat in on thn tint, that ie im 
tbitaltur. 'But <itiiinwanU aod itHleKq> 
Khali thny* bathe with water, — then kIiuU 
the pritwt make, uf th<* whole, a perfume at 
tht.' altar, an odcending-Macrifiro. au ultor- 
flatue of a Miti^ylug' oduur unto Valiwch. 

b. Of the Flock (itherp or (foot). 
But <tf <of the flock > bo his oblation. — 
of th(^ ahefporuf thegoatii. foranaMt^nding* 
aacrifiee> <a iiuJu without defect> 
ihoU he bring near. " vVnd he'' ahall 

•lay it oa the (ddo of the altar, northward. 

•So P.B. Heb. : mmA^ 
" thmv or inm " — O.O. 

*0r: "one." Peril.: a 
L^vilo nttuntlant. 

* Bauw cvm). <;«. Sua., 
Onk. MS, Sep. and Syr.j : 
" ptiMtK " — 0.n. Qp. 
nm. A, K 11. 

* Soma Md. (w. ^tam.. Sep. 
aod Vul.): "aiulth*"— 
liji. Cp. rluip. ix. 18. 

■ Bo U HhA be ;w. 8am., 
Sep., and Vul,^— O.n. 

(*< SootUnir tnnanmi*- 


LE\1TICU8 I. la— 17; IL 1—16; m. 1-3. 

befofv Yahwfi)],— And the modr of Annfti. 
the pricBits. ahull daah* it« bluod a^iibt 
the altar, muud about " And ha^ ■hftll 
uut it up into it« pteuei, muI ibi head, uid 
iu fat, —and tbe priett ihaU amuitie thm 
upon the wcpod. that ia od the fire, that it 
OD the altar. ^ But <tho tmrarda and 
thft 1cgs> ahall be^ bathe in water,— then 
ftboll the prifMt bruiK near tbti whc4e, and 
tuAkc a p^ume at the iittar, <an asMnding- 
nerifioe> it ia' . an altar>flam« ol a auiMlyiog^ 
odour, unto Yahweh. 

r. O/Jiird*. 
** 6uC<Ii( <of KnU> l<athen8oeading-sacrifico 
of hilt ulilntiun noUt Ynhweli^ then ahall 
he bring near, of til"? turtle-d(tve» or uf the 
youu){ pigi--una, hii^ oUatiou. "* And the 
ixieet mittM brinif it uear uiit'i thu altar, 
ftbaU nip off itiA head, ontl maV^- a peKunie 
at thp a!tar, — and its binod ihall be drained 
nut upon tbf) Mnll of the altar. '* Then 
^hftll he i&kv away its un^p with it« 
plnmogip,— luid ciut it bewdo the altnr. 
*«Btward, into Iht* place of fat athes ; '^ and 
he uholl dmve it in iCii wingfs — he shall 
uut divide it adunder, ho shall the primt 
make ft perfnme then-witb. at the altar, 
upon the wood, that if on the firt-, — can 
a«cending-.'uicntico> it is', an altorflanie of 
• satiftfyiag' odour, unto Yahweh. 

U. TkeJfmi-qffnng{A.V."MtfU-tiferit^'': 
Heb. minhah.) 

a. 0/JUu Meat. 
S ■ But < when llanypenon II would bring nnar aa 
an oblatiou.aincial -offering.^ unto Yahwuh>- 
<ot fitu! maal> ahall be liis oblatiou, — 
and he Mliall i»ur out thrreon. oil, and place 
therwTD . frankinceiL^e ; > hi nhnll he bring 
it in unt^-' the wma of AAron. the prieata, and 
lie^ fiUall grasp therefrom a handful of the 
fine meal thereof, nnd of the oil thereof, 
heiideM all the fmnkinoensa therefif,— and 
the prie»t nhall tnako a fx-rfumo with tbe 
mtmonal then?of. at the altar, an altar- 
flame of a satiHfring' odour, unio 
Yahweh. ' But Hhe remainder of the 

raeal-ofTpring'! [lertainetb unio Aaron, and 
unto his KKiH,— inioet hol.v. frum among the 
altar-flamen of Yoliwelii:. 

h. From the Orcn. 
* Moreover <\Thfn thou wouldst bring near, 
att an obbitinn erf a meal-offering, something 
baked in an uven> < round, unleavened 
cakiw of fine men], overftowwl witii uil> 
[nhall it lie], or unleavened wafeis uiointod 
with oil. 

c. From the Oirdlf, 
B But <if <a me&I-offcrinj; on a girdle> be 
thine ohlatioa^ <of fine meal, overflowed 

• rp. ver. 5. 

• Or : *• ooe," *■ in var. 6. 

' "Sootlitiitt. tiUKiniUi^ 

titt "— O.O 
"OnlD-offerii^'*— 0.<i. 

with ail. nn]eavsned> ahall tt be ; 
* <|Mirting it into pieces> tbm ihalt than 
poor tlienou, oil, — <a mflaI'offering> 
it is'. 

d. From tkf BoHrr. 
^ But <if <a meal-offering of the boik>r> 
bo thine ublation^ <of tine taHol. with 
uil> vhall it be mode. ^Theu iibalt Ihua 
bring in tlie nu^-offeriutc that ia made nf 
theau.uuto Yaliwch,— and uoc ahall bring it 
near, unto the priest, nnd he aboil take it 
near, unto tbe altar. * Then shall the pncjjt 
uplift, out of the meal-offering, a memorial 
thereof, and make a perfume at thu altar, — 
on altar-flame of a satisfying* odour, unto 
Yahweh. '" But tbe rt-maindtT of the 

meal -offering- [| pcrtaineth to Aaron and in 
his aona, — iimoet holy. from amon; the allar- 
flanie« of Yaliwph iL 
" llNone of the nu*ivl-nffering^ wlucli ye bring 
near nnto Yaliwebli Kltall )ju made iotu 
anything UnvenM], —fur <fif no li'av-en. and 
of no !tyrup>'' may ye make a pvrfume, as 
an AltoT'flame untu Yaltweb. 

<. Of Firtt-fruiU. 

^' ^Ait for an oblation of fimt-fruita^ ye 

bring them near, untu Yahweh,— but <tintQk] 
the a]iar> they ahall not take them tip, 
a a&titifying odour. 

^ AiKKeverymeal-otferin^ubUtion of tliine^ 
<with ftalt> fthalt thoa seaoon, and thou 
alialt not suffer to Ije lacking tbe ttlt of the 
covenant of thy God. from upon thy nMal< 
offering, — <:upon evety oblation of tluite> 
ahalt tliou offer ult. 

/ Of Firtt-ripe Corn. 
^* But ^tf thou Wouldst bring near a meal- 
ofToring of firat-ripe com, untoYahweh^ 
<of given t-ara. roatted in fire, cnubed 
grain of garden-land > dhnlt tliuu bring near 
thy meal-offering of first-ripe cum. >* And 
thou abalt place thercou. oil, and ahnit put 
thereon, frankinceaae,— <a nival -offering > 
it ia'. i*Thr?n ^balt tbe prieat 

make a perfume, with th« memorial thereof, 
—from the oniabed grain thereof, and from 
the oil therool, beaideti all tbe frankincense 
thereof,— lian altar-flaute. unto Yahwebb 

iii The Pvatr^eHng. 
a. 0/tHtfferd. 
> But <jf <a peacc-offex-ing> lie hia ot>latian> 3 
<if <oftheberd> iJichiniwIf hebringing 
near,— whether nmle or female> <witlK)ut 
d«foct> xhall ho Ijring it near, before 
Y*hwi.-h. » Tliun Hball he lean bis hand 

upon tbe lieod uf hi» ubUtion. and tiloy it at 
the entranuo of tbv tent of meeting, — and 
tbe sons of .\aroa, the prie^tn. aliall 
da«li^ the bloud against the iiltar. round 
about ^ Tbcn shall W bring near. 

- BoutliInK, 


• Cp. fbap. I. ft. 

^^^^^^^^HV Ui« peMe'-ofTerin;, tin Albur-B&nie 
F '^^«l)b> Yfthwroh,— Uie fat tlwt oov»Teth the 

' ^K-:aiw&rd», and alt Uie fat that in upon the 

- £ 'Bwards ; * and tho twn kulncyn, and the 
"flfat which ifl upon tlium. which 'm upon ttio 
< ^S-oiu, — and die uaul upoo* the livur, <upim 

i-Vlio kidoey«> ihall bo n;movu it * Than 
■>h«Tl the nm of Aaron tnalce thmvof a 
-jpeffnme. at the attiu-, upon the aMseading- 
I mafiiifinri. which ii oa the wood, whiob is on 

I ^hfl fire,— llwi altar-flnme of a satiBfjriiijf*' 

«idoor. onto Yahwvbll 

L Of the Fto<k. 

.«JT <if <ouC of tbe ttuclo be his oblation, 

•or a pence' -otfennif^ unto Yahweh> 

-cwht^tlier male or female^ without defect> 

Asliall he bring it near. ^ <If 

-<n yr>an(f sheep > || lie himself || be bringintj 

-near AS his obtatiou> then shoJl h« britig 

it ur^r. before Yahweh. * And he tthall 

Icftn li)j« hnnd ui^on tlie head of bi» ubUtton, 

^okI aitatl Klnjr it,befon> tb« tent of meet ing, — 

^Ad the aims «f Aaron Hhall dasli'^ the 

lalood thereof a^nitt the altar, round abont. 

Then ahall hu bring near, unt of the peace'- 

«]tfering. an altar-flame unto Yabweb, the 

'iat thenoof. the fat'tail thereof entire 

<ckiae to the backUme> .ihall he n^iuove 

it, — and the fat thai covuretli tl>e iuwikrda, 

juid all the fat that ik up<ju the iuwnrda ; 

juid Uie two kadnejrt, with the (at thai is on 

ihi^ui, wbioh u un the loins, — and the caul 

that ia un tliB liver, <on the lutlneyii> shall 

lie rrntuve iu " Then atiall the priest make 

4L [mrfunie. at tlie altar,— iltlie food of mi 

Altar-flanie, unto Yaliwuhll. <■ But 

-<if <agoat> be hilt »b1atiim> then shall 

lie bring it near, bebiTtf Yabw^*h. " And 

1irf atiall ]ran htM hand up^.m itA head, and 

atbail alay it. before Uie t^'ut of meeting, — 

and the ions of Aanm siiall iLuih' \tn blood 

3i(wiuA the altar, rmnd abtmt. " Then 

ahall bo liriiig near thentffjtn. aa hia o)>IaLion. 

an altar-flaino unto Yahvreh,— the fat that 

eovereth the invard^ and all the fat that ia 

npon the inwards ; i* and tbe two kidneys, 

and the fat that is on them, whiob is on the 

loina,— the caul u|inu the liver, <on the 

kklzwyv> nhall ho remove it. >'Then»hall 

the priest mako a perfume at the altar,— 

lithe food of an altar-flume, for a satisfying 

odour.*— all the fat — unto Yahweh ,1 *' An 

age-abidiii? ntatnte to your generations, in 

aU yoard»'.v-Kn:rs — <n"ne of (be fat nor of 

the bkwd> sbaU ya ■«(. 

a*. Ofrariottt Jtindt of Offtnoet. ntid tht Offerinfft 

appoiittcd for thevi. 
4 ^ Aad Yaliweh spake, unt/) Mo^-h saying : 
^ fip«*k thou unto the sons of Israel, saying — 

LEVmCUS UL 4—17 : IV, 1—14. 


•-lid the fak^ nam 

scttto"~PB. Pp. 0.0. 
M '"«(ip(!n4u;,'v"': 

•"AndlUng, ttaiy]nau»- 

' Cp. ch-ip. I. B. 

' Some ctA. [w. flam, n&d 
Sen. i add : " onto Tali- 
wen." In wb. aue onj : 
"all tbo fat pcitabiotb 

■<\Vben 1any perwm I shall sin by mistake. 
deporting f rvm any of tiie oommandmcnta 
of Yaliwuh, Hs u» tilings which should not 
be done* and shall do any one of them^-^— 

i, Offenee* 6y tke Priett*. 

* •<If lithe anuinted primt'l shall sin^ ao as to 

bring guilt upon the people^ then shall he 
bring near, for his xin whinh ho hath eoro- 
mitted^ a choice young bullock without 
defect, unto Yahweh. as a wn-beorer.* 

* And he shall bring in the bollook unto the 
entranoe of the tent of meeting, before 
Yahweh.— and shall lean liis hand, upon 
the head of tlie butlock, and sh/dl slay the 
bullook. before Yahweh. " And the anointed 
priest nlukll take of the blnod of thrt bullock, 
— anrl bring it into the tent of meeting: 

* and the prieot shall dip his finger in Uie 
blood,— and spnnldc of the Mood seven 
times, bcforv Yahweh, In front of the veil 
of the sanctuary. *> Then shall fcbe priest 
put of the blood upon the liom*i of the alur 
of fragrant' incense, before* Yofiwub, which 
is in the tent of meeting, — and <aU the 
[remainder of the] blood of the buUock> 
shall bo pour out at the base of the altar of 
oscendiug -sacrifice, wbioh is at the entranoe 
of the tent of meeting. > And <a]| tite fat 
uf the sin-beariuif' bulIock> shall he heave 
up therwfrom,— the fat that covemth over 
tlie inwards, and all tbo fat tliat is upon 
the inwards; 'and the two kidneys, nnd 
the fat that is opnn them, which is upctn 
the loins, —and < aw fi>r the caul " upon the 
liver> <upon the kidncy8> ahall he remove 
it: ^*' just aK it im heaved iip from the ox of 
the peact5'-off'?ring,— and the priest shall 
make of them a iterfume on the altar of 
asc^nding'SacriBoR. " But <aA for the 
akin of the bullock, ami all ita (Wh. with ite 
Ueiui aiic] with ita legs, — and ita inwards, 
and ita ilung^** ^ he* ahall take forth the 
entire buUuck — unto tlte outside of tlie 
camp, nntu a clean place, unto tlu> nut- 
poured heap of fat-««haii, and ihall bum it 
up on wood, in the fira,— <upan thn out- 
poured heap of fat-ftsheA> shall it be 
burned up. 

iL Offenet* hij thr AssetnLlf/. 

w And <if ;|tha whole aawmbly of Israel,: shnU 
nuke a mistake, ' and a matter be hidden 
from the eyes of the convocation,— and wi 
tbcy do something, whereby they de|Hrt 
from any of thu coaimondmeota of Yahweh. 
as to tilings which sh<-iuld not be done, and 
becomi! guilty ; '*and tbo sin shall beixime 
known, whicb they have committed therein^ 
then slutll the convocation brinff near a 

«Bce O.T. Ap. "8tB*da 
offering - «(lo-l)«armr. '* 

••Sp. v.r. (ni'tc - "which 
t» before'"— ti n. 

• Or : " netwtitit" — Pu. 

* •• Th« fmpea within thr 
l><Uy--T.O.; P.B. 

• Or : ■' ono." 

rijr: "<.NiiauUt an ina4- 



liEvmcus rv. u— 35; v. 1—3. 

dicioe yoong biUlock. u ■ MU-lmiKr.' yea 
Ibey >h^l briot; it m, tiefure tbe t«nt of 
zneetiiig ; >^ uid tho elders uf the ottembly 
thail lean their huida upon thu head of 
thp t.iill<ick, Itefnr*- Ysliweh, — uid ahall 
mUy* thf bun.»-k. )jpf.iiv Yaliweh; »« wid 
tho KDoinu.'cl jinHHt ■hnll brill)? in uf the 
btood of tho hulKxik,— inpj the wnt of 
nwpting; ^^ and tho prieat shiUI dip his 
finKvr in the bkmd,— «nd shfttl cprinkle of 
th« blofxi* wvi'n tiriKH, before Yahweh, 
upuu thu fM^f (if tho T*il ; 1* and <Miine of 
tbe bluud> sJiall In* put npnn tho bonu of 
tbe altur which in tjefnn; VnhM-eh, which is 
in the teiit uf m<.<«tin|r ; and <all tho 
[remainder of the] b1uotl> abolI ho pour out 
at the baaijcif the altar uf aoct^ing-iwcnf^ce, 
which IB at the entmuo- at tlm tvat tif mot>t- 
ing ; t*and <a« for all tho fat tht!n*c>f> he 
ohall heave up tlierefrom,— and makr a 
pcrfunie at the attar. " And tm ahall do to 
the bullock. <agi he did to the [fimt] ttin- 
bcaring' bullock> tsoi' aliall he do with 
thia,— and tho prioAt sliall put a pruintiatory- 
oi>v«ring over them and it idiall lio for^ivon 
tin-Hi. « And ht' shall take forth th«; bnllock 
unto thnoutxidotif thu u-amp, and Vmm it op 
jujrt as hn Immt'd up tbe fir*t Ixiltook,— 
<tbu Ain-b4uir«rof tho convucatiuu> iti«'. 

iti. Ofructt by a Ruter. 

<^Vben lla prince ti-i xlmll din,— and shall do 
wimething, doparting from any of tlio com- 
mandment* uf Yttliweh his God, an to 
thin^pi which nliould m»t bo done. |hy 
mi8takH|° and shol] U-o^me awnn of hin 
guilt; "or hm liin wht-rvin li« hath sinuwl 
be made Vnavni imto hjm> tlien Bhali he 
bring in. aa hi.* oblation, a he -goat, a 
male mthniit defect ; w and ahull Iwni hia 
hand uixin tbo head of tbe gtwt. and iihall 
alay it iu the place wlien* they slayf tliu 
amending-Hacrifice befoH* Yahweli.— <a 
8iD-be«m'> it in'. «» And the print shall 
take of the blood of thi.- sin-lx-arerwith hla 
finger, and put upon tho h*jnw uf the nltor 
ofaft7onding-uoHfii«;and <Uit [remainder 
of thoj bhuKl tlwreof > shall ho |xmr out at 
tbe baoo nf the alljirf>f asccndinK-twriheo ; 
» and <with all Ibv fnt therc^.f> shull ho 
make a perfume at the altar, an with tho 
fat of tlio i>«MH''-ofTerfug. -S.5 shull tho 
priest put a propitiutory-coveniiff uvir him 
because of hu sin. and it shall Ijp furviven 

iv. OJfefKta hy one of the Pmple. 
" And <if any poraon.: ahalUin 'by mistake! 
from amon^r tlu* people of Uiy land,— by hia 

* SO, : " fnr Bin." Cp. v«-. S. 
^Snitibd be (w. 8mi. .nd 

bio fliMn-T ffwn the 

Vili>t>d.*" ' 

Syr.) — 0.n. | JCf-T. : - Dr : ■• nllw." 
He ihba riay.*"] • or : " iniwlvfrtwitlv 

* S» it ihd be (w. lUm. 
■md On in vit. oi— O.u. 
rH.C.T. Haa '.m.) : "dip 

' S*. it tJid Iw w.Sam. sn.t 
ttt-p.) — It.n. IM.C.T. ; 
" wbfln one nlayi^tli,"] 

doing auythiug departing from any of tha 
conimandntoDta of Yahweh. aa to things 
which nhuuld not lie dune, and shall beoomo 
aware uf biit guilt ; ''^ <>c bta aui which l»e 
hath oonimittot] ahall )m> made known' uiitO' 
him^ then hIwII ho bring in, aA bJH t>>da- 
fcion. a kid of the gu>nt«. a female | without 
defect!, for hiaiuu which he hatheommittiMl; , 
and ahuil lean lii» liatid uiKin Xha hood of 1 
ain-bearer,— and ttlia]] ulay the mn-buarur.* 
in the phice of the aNoeiidiBg-flacarifice. * 
Tht!n Hbnll the prieit take uf tbe blood 
therouf with hit fingur, and put upon 
horns of the altar of BHoending-iiaoritice,— ' 
and <u]l the [remuiaing] bloud tbor^'if> 
ahall ho (xtur uut. at tht: tttne of the altar ; 
and <all the fat thereof > Mhnll he roiuuve 
aa tho fat from off the peace' -ijffermg was 
removed, and the prir^t shall make & 
perfume at the altar, for a mtiifyiug <xlaur. 
unto Yfthweli, — w fdiftll the priest put * 
propitiatory-oiiverinLg over him. and it ^huU 
l»e forgiven him. ** And <if 

<a lAmb> he bring in, an bis oblation, for 
a«iii-beapiT>'' <a female without defect> 
ftliall he bring in ; " and tthall lean hia h»ud. 
Ufjun the head of the mn'bearer,— and ^hall 
slay it oa a ain-lHiuvr, in the pUice where 
they day the aw^eiiding-eacrifice. "Then 
ah^ the jirii-at takfl of the blood of the sin- 
bearer, with bin finger, and put upon the 
horns of the altar of afliN-nding-aacrifice, — 
and <all the [rt-maining] blond tbereof> 
shall he pour out, at tho httm.' tif the altar; 
and <all the fut therei»f> ttlinll he ntnove. 
aa the fat of the lamb ii removed, fnim the 
pence'-iitforlng, and the prieat ithal] make a 
perfume tben^witli at the altar, upon'* Uie 
altar-flamea of Yahweh.— »o ahftU tlio priest 
put a pTvpitiatory-ooveriug over him, on 
aooouut of hill sin which h*.' hath committed, 
and it Hhall >»e forgiTou him. 
• <: Any penun; moii!x>ver, whensoever he 5 
sliall Hiti. in chut, when he heateth a 
vuice of swearing, ;iIio himself I being a 
witniwi. either seeing or knowing,— if 
he do not t«U. and so hath to boar his 
iniquity:— J Or Uny petsutiU 

whotoucheth anything unclean, wbeOier the 
oarcatte uf an unclean witd-beoaC, or the 
oaroiMe of an tmcloon tame-beaat, or the 
carcaae of an imclc«n creeping thing,— 
and it iM hidden from him, llbe himwlfll 
being unclean." and iw b^cometh aware of 
his guilt :— 3 (> when»i»cvfr one 

■hall touch tho uncleanneM of man, a* 
regardethany unclmnneiw of hid. wherewith 
ono may become uncbuui, — and it be 
hidden from him, and then l,hc himself;; 
getting to know it. beoometh an-are of hia- 

• r.f. : in tho plaos wbnv • 8o it Mhd bo w. Hum. out 

tho MMoeaAiwmeitae* i» Sep.* — <j.n. [M.c T ■ 

wont U> be abln. '• unc Rlnynlh,"^ 

•• Ml. : *• mn." Sm- O.T. Ap. * • Braids." 

art. " Sin * fln - offer- • flc. : "iMttiMr to know 

Uif! ' mn-boMw." it." « Si vor 3. 

LEVITICUS V. 4-19; "ST 1-9 


tailt : — * Or any [wrsaiill 

-^v 1 iciMiicvor ho ahftll nvroftr. ciKMikiiifr iiu> 

Mfrcil vii<«dly witU the lipn. to li&nn or t't h«lp. 

xk» rvKanWtl) unythinK whurviti tlH* «ou uf 

^i«krtii ntKT .ipunic unitilvLteJly by WKy of 

«rtkt)i^ oml it tw biil<k<n fmiti him, — unii tlien 

>1ie liiniM^lf I gettiuff to know it, IttojineUi 

nivart* of liu gmit, kk rci^nleth any Olie of 

Ow*jv tiiiti^ > 
L~ Iwn mIwII It lie, <when tie Ihhhiiiii'Ui uware 
(i( hiB tT'ilt. as re|{nnl(*t)i uiiy utte of these 
tliintrt> tluit lie hHaII cuitft»^ that' wherein 
hf tnth ainiii_'<1 : *am1 titiall hriii^ in as hia 
Ipiilt-lwAnT unto Yahwfti, for hi« Mn 
which Ike hatli coinniittJ»i1. a froinle fmm 
tljr flrwk— a Uinh or a IriH of the gData>- 
b> a mn-bt»Ter,— M> nhal) the pridBt put a 
pn>pitiatoTy-ouveriug over liirn, hec*u«e of 
litft «ui. ^ And <ir hiA haod tan- 

not reach MifRdent' for a Iainh> then i^hall 
hit Iiring in t<) linar hut f^ilt— fur that hu 
hath miuhmI -two turtli--do%ea, or two young 
)U|rrtina. imtti Vahwcli,— oim.- for a «in- 
l»arer. aoH one for an a»ceiK)ing-aachtice. 
And ht* tfhali take ttieni in unUi the pric»t, 
whi.< ithall ItritiK near that whiuh is fur a 
«Q-bearvr, finft. — oud chal] nip thrvugh the 
lieek el'JK tu the head.** hut ihall not divide 
it asunder * And he aUall Hpriiiklu uf tin:- 
Mood of the «iu-brarer upon the wall of tlie 
altar, mik) <ih')rfinain<l<'rDf tliohlixid> thai) 
he drain mit. at the haMc at the altar,— <a 
)iiii4iearvr> it i*'. "* And <uf theaeooDd> 
ftltall be inakc au wH-eiidiiifrttacntioe.aGcurd- 
iog to the rtfniltttiou.- .-HI MhnlJ the priest 
put a pTvt|»itiiiiur)' -cuverinii over liim. 
tieuaiiaeof his nm wjiich he luth ooniTiiitt«d. 
and it :ihaU bofor^ven him. '> But 

•:if liit hand eaitn<it lay hold ot two turtie- 
dovw. iir two youu^r pigeons^ then fliall 
b«i bring in ■« Iiih ohlation -l'x«nU'W> ht* hath 
■inned— the tenth of an ephah of fine meal. 
for bearing *iin, — he nhall not put thoreon 

-flil,orith«'r*hnil he lay thercxmfmnkincense, 
fw <;» oin**i»wrer > it in'. '*And hf aball 
hring it ill untJi the j>ricKC. and thn priest 
■haU take tbt-n-frntn n hanftful hm the 
muatunal tht-tvitf, nml Hhall make a ptTfumu 
at tht* altar, uiion thv ultar-tlaiues of 
Yaliweb, — =ca »in-buttrer> it w' *^ S-p aliall 
ibe pri<»t [Alt a propicistury-OiveriiiK "vyr 
liini, on account ijI hi» j^'m which he hath 
■eomniittiHl, depnrtiii|f from mitiit* one of 
th4^« lhiiig>, ami it whall \n' for^j^ivvn hitn, — 
Ifauu sluill it Iv tht? {•rif'AtX like tLemual- 

^i».i Vfthweh Hpake uuto Ma«e«. »oyiu(f— 

'^WtienAoever | imy ]icniunl ahoU commit a 
tif!9pa0K, and •liall take away by mistake, 
fn«ui tim holy thin^p* of Vahwrh^ then 
•hall hf briiitr in om hiit giiilt-bMirttr unto 
Yahwuh. a rum without defect out of thu 

•"4ik1 If fala mtan^tlAnat 



'Vjf, chap. li. I.n. 

flock, wiih thine i>stimat« in iiilvur by 
atiekeU, aftt-r the iihek(*l uf the sanctuary^ 
for a guilt-bearer : '" <tbat oiowoviT. 
which he took away fn>ni tlie *<wiciuary> 
tliall lie inaku good, and <tht* tjfth )jart 
lhereof> tihall !«• a<Id therwonto, aud »hall 
^ve it to tIkepniMt, — and llthupneMtl shall 
|»ut a propittatory-covenng over him with 
the guilt-bearing' mm. and it itliall be far< 
given him. 
" And <if [any penionti when he shall an. and 
duiomething. departing fmm any uf theo(»m- 
maiidmeiit* of Yahweh, an to thingK which 
«hiw1d not lie donp,— though he knew it not, 
»hall rto liecnne guilty, and nhall hew hia 
iniquity^ '"then lOiall he tiring in a ram 
withmit defi-ct ntit of the flock, by thiuH 
(Stimate aa a guilt- iH'nrer^ unto the prie«t, — 
and the imeat tihall put u prupitiau>ry- 
ooTering ovf r hiro, on account of hia mis- 
take vrhiuh he maile. though lihe.I knew it 
not. and it Hhall be (ftTgiv«n him : >* <a 
g«iU-l)earer> it in', — hti waM 'verily guilty il 
affaittxt Vahwfh. 

> And Vtthweh tipakv unto Mumw. Mying— 
' •<Wheu laay p«non|t shoU rin, and Hhall 
comiuit a fcravpaas agmiiut Yahweh,— and 
shall withhold nomething of the tnith from 
hia neighbour, in reitpect of a depoAt, or a 
pledge or anything plundered, or slioll u«e 
oxtHtion with hit* neighUnir; 'or *hall 
find Boroethingloit and shall withhold 
thing of the troth thurain.stid iKaII 
to A falsehood.— «a regordeth a ittngle thing 
ot ill that a son of earth ntny do, to 
eommit Kin thereby; ^ and m> it .ihall coma 
ab<iut tliat h» Khnll commit »in and then 
bevoitMj aware of hin giiilt>^ then Ahall ha 
return tlio plunder which he had plundered, 
or the extortion which he had eKtorled, ur 
tlie d»poMit tluit wiwi dpp(«iti>ti with him, — 
or the hitit tiling which he hath found : * i»r 
<in anything aA to which he haib Itceii wweiir- 
ing Ut a falKehood > th^n dhatl he make it 
good in the principal thereof, and <:tbe fifth 
[lart ther«of> hhall he add thereunto, -- 
<to whouiMovver it belongeth > Cto himl' 
aholl Ive give it. in the day he he<!ometh 
aware of his guilt; ^but <hiit guilt-hearer 
ita»lf> Khali he bring in unto YaJiweh,— i 
nun without dftfwTt. out of the flock, by 
thine eiitimftte at* a guilt-bearer, unto the 
prieHt. ^ So Hhall the priest |>iit a propitia- 
tory-covering ovur hiui before Yabweh. and 
it ahall be forgiven him, —on aocount of any 
line thing, of all which one might do. <HJaa 
to b»^finte guilty therein. 

8 3. IiuitriirtUms f'jr rAc FriaU «* fo the 


" And YahwL'h -tiMikc unto Monen. eayiuK: 
* Command .rVamn and Iuh aone. laying, 

tlThiMll in the law of the aeceuding-Mtcrifice.- 
IJtbeaame!! in the a»cending'F«erifice. which 



LEvrricus vi. 10-30; vn, i— n. 

» upun the heutb. upuu thv altM*. mil Iha 
iiiglit iiutil ihe iuuniiut;r, — uid itho fire 
I'flhealur! sluUl be kept buruiiijc thviviii.* 

** S«> then the pri«nt fchall put mi hU uppor 
^nn«iit 'if luii!>n. Mid cl>re«oh«« uf lin«ii> 
Mhall ht? put on ov*.»r hi> fli'>h, tluii iklmll he 
tAki> up thf fnt'A.HhfM, whtimto the tire 
ooTLHitmeih the ILncr«'m^ing-^acriH^?I■ mi U»* 
aIup, — iind hIuiU put. them iK^d** tbi> altnr. 

<< Ttiim kIuU) h» put uir hirf ifAnnentJs iiiiJ put 
iHi (}lhi*r fmriuHtitis — ami *hall cuiry forth 
tlio fitt-jwihvs. utito tht' uutM^o of the uttup, 
uutu H uleaii pliu». '' Aud I thv lirr on the 
oltan ^hnll In* kept tmrnittg theKin,* it 
Hho]] tiut be MulTcn<d to gn nut, but ihe 
priivt dhull kiiidit* up thenHm picrts of 
wood. inoruiDK by inciniiiig.—und .shtiU M*t 
ill ur<Iur thereupiu thn luiceuduig-r^icnHct.', 
and ■famtl nwkp a perfumu tberouD, with the 
fafc-pu*ci]» uf thu pi5UiL'c'''utFoniiKtt: ^'*||tirv|i 
«haU continually' bu kept bunting on the 
altar, it »hiil] nut br jtiilfered to gn out. 

" And lltJui>i{ iM Iho Iftw of UiM nieslH^ffpring, — 
tb» None of Anrun shall bring it n»kr before 
Yfth»>h, until the front of ih** ultAr, 

w Thi»n Ahfill imf lift** up thiTHfron) a handful 

of tliii fine ttirtil of the luiyU-otferiug," and 
of the nil thereof, and all thi> fmukini-mho 
which )« upon the lufAlxtSt^riug.— and 
thall mnkc a ix'rfutne at tht* altiir. <iui 
nltttr-fliHnt*'' of a ittiti>ifvii]g4H]our> ithall the 
mvniorial thtfruof be, muo Yohwch. '• Atid 
<tbi.* Kniainditr thfivMif> aholl Aarou aud 
hiH MiiiACJit,— <.»(« unleavunM] cak6it> ahoU 
it Ite catHU, in « holy place, <ivilbin the 
ooupt uf the t<'iit of nnec'tinK> #hidl they eat 
it. >' It «hall nut i)t hnUvii into anything 
U^ivoiied. <a9 their porlioi) > hnvt* I given Ir, 
from anicitig the altar-fliiniL-a* of Yahweh, — 
<nin«tlialy> it i:i', like tbc Btti-ljeoror, and 
like tht! guilt-beftrer. "> Any male ummg 
thewus of Aamn |: may ent it, ati iHfe-abiding 
statute to your m.>nt?iiniuii^. fmni anmn^ the 
altar-floiuea of Yahwt'h,— ilevery one tliat 
touchoth tlieni Rliall bv> linllowed. 

'" And Yfthweh ^pake imt4i Mr^ea.anyiog — 
'^ IjTbis!! ift the ohUtiim i<f Aaron and his oons. 
which they Blmll bring newr unto Yahweh 
in the day wheu he in anninted. The tenth 
of an ephab of tine ntc4il. oa a rtnitimial 
meal -offering, lialf thereof in tbi* tnoniing. 
aud lialf iborxof in the evening ; -^ <on a 
|win. with oil> :*liall it lie made. <wheii 
Well mingled > whalt Ihini bring it in,— 
<in baked iN>rtion». aw a mcal-ofTcrinf; in 
pieetvo iJmlt thou bring it near, a** a Mtinfy- 
ing odour, until Yaliweh. —And lithe 
priest tliat is niiuinti^l in bi« stead frrjin 
among his wmft't nhnll pn*|mre it, — [it is] an 
Bg«-Hbiding stat\ite. that <:nnti> Yah«eh> 

• Or : " thorcbr." 
fcOr: "h«»v»* 

• fp. rfiap, ii. 1. n. 

■t Ho it «M be tw. Ham. and 
Ben.) Cp.chap,i. •;«.«. 
-O*. JLC.T. oeaiUi 

•flo it ahd bo (w. Sam., 
S^p^uhI VuU. Cp.v«r. 
IH'-O.n. Rii<1 O. Intm. 
16B. IM.f.T. : "mT 

diall » perftime Rof thoMitimcifttllienuKto: 
*>yiu Heverymeal-ntTnringof a {irimt; shall 
be ilentireit— it nball not br eatim. 

>* And Yahw-^h »(i«ke unto MniM.-*^ sayitnj — 

^ SpBuk unto Aaruu and unto hia »m>. Mhyhif, 

Thinii i» Che hiw i>f the sin-bBarvr. <In 
tha lUaoe where the aiccuding-^Mirjfief! ia 
AhLin> uliall the Mnd>mrer be Alain. Mora 
Yaliweh, --nuMt holy > it in.' * t'Tlie 
priiwt who umkHt) it a Mn-imurcr, >W11 ent 
it,— 'Cin n buly place .> shftll it Iw eaten, iu 
the court of the t»iit of lucvtiug. ^' |i K<fery 
oii« will! ti>oi>bt<th tln^ flifith thereof' «)tall be 
)iuIl<>u-o(l ; uud <:M'hcti 'me »prluk]*.'th aunie 
of tbi> blood tbi'rtM'f itpni u gamionO 
<tbat whereon it was «prinklMl> shall 
tbuu wuiib in a holy pUoe. ^ But Ithe 
(uuthun ven»i<l wbervin it i» boil^l; shall 
be brokeu,— or tif i in a ve«*>e] of bruitwl 
it hath been boiled > then ahall [the vetuel] 
be wxiiirtd and rinsed in water, ^t Any 
male among the prieNtaii aiay c^t thereof. — 
<pn*t holy"- it in.' * But !|no inn-bwin-r 
whereof any of the Moud ia taken into the 
tunt of ine«tiiitf to make a pnipitinL(.iry- 
ciiveriug iti Chcaniirtnuryl xlwU Ijl* eaten,— 
<with firf>> shall it l>e t'onitninod.' 
' Ami jthU t\ the law of the giiitt-bearcr.— 7- 
-:n)uet holy > it is I - ■cin the place where 
they tthiy the a*cendiu(r-aacrifioe > sliall they 
dlay the giiiltlitMirur: and <the blood 
thercof> »hall »ne dash againiit the altur. 
round iibout ; 'and <a» for all the fat 
thereof-- one iihaU bring near th<!refn>iii, — 
tlie fat- tail, aud the f»t that i-ovetvtb the 
tuwardtf ; * and thn twti kidneyn, witli tba 
fat that i» u|Kin thtint, whieh in iifion the 
loin< — and tlie cani u|K>n tho liver, <up to 
the kidneys > uliall hii reiui'Ve iL •"• And 
the priwt fliiall make a pL-rfuine with tbcm 
at the altar, an altar-tlazue unto Yahweb— 
<a giii It-bearer > it is*. * 'lAny 

male autung the prieatH ; luny eat tberw>f,— 
<in a holy pl»ce> Khali it be oaten. <moetC 
boly> it u'. ** <As' the siu-bearor> m 
the ttuilt-lwarer,— iwiti hkw I for thuui.— 
<the priettt who laakuth a propitiatory - 
coverioK ther«with> — llto him : t>luiU it 
beUm};. * .AihI <a« for the prie*t who 
brlngi'th near the aMTendingriarriGce ttf any 
mau> ithe •d(in of tlie lueeniiing'-saeritioe 
which lie bath tmmght nearil <tu tlie 
pneflt hin>iv*lf> tliall it Iwlong. "And <:aa 
for any meal-offpnng t^iat may be liaked 
in an ovon, or niiythiiig that hath lieen 
prepared in a boiler vr on a gird]e> <to 
tlie prit*t that Iwingetb it n«?iar — tn hini> 
Hball it Ijehmg. '" And ^.a* for any menl- 
offering ov*'rflow('d with nil or dr>*> — <rio 
all tb»' w»n» uf Aanni> Bl\aU it Iwlong, tu 
one aa much aa tn another. 
>■ And Itlm is the law oF the |>ence'~ 
ofT^rinjT which one may bring near unto- 

"U«b. xiiLll. 



^^i^j^wuk '- <Ii <for thanla»^vu)g> 

l3.«» bring it aear>- t)i«n Kbnll ht^ bnng nvur, 

-^^ritii tliM tUanki»giviiiy' Bocrificf. jjerfurnlied 

m_ ■■■IfWi. uiilM^'eneil. ov«rHn«*fKl with oil, and 

~w-«ifem, unlMi\tmttd. anointfxl with oil.— luirt 

^:>f fiiip flnur moii«tf^E>H, iN<rfiirfited cftkc^ 

o^^i-rflowt!*i w-ith oil. '^ -rWith ptrfo- 

-K*wt»<1 CttkMi (tf Iravenofl t*rfa<i> t^lmll hit 

li»-iti^ m-ar hix [•Illation, uritli hiii ]h.'UcV- 

<:ttTeiiii^ of tluuikif(riving. >-* The n hIuU he 

l3T-iDR utttT, thert^fmui. out: of em:li obUtiuu, 

m^ lieuvp'Ofleritix uuto Vubu'eli, ~ < to the 

l>ricat who dMiivtIi [a^uiust thu ikltarj thi- 

l>l«>od of tbo pwicc-offcriuff— tu hiiu> ohall 

it belutiK. " But <0B fur the titxh of hU 

peace' -offrriui; of tlicuikbinviuK^ '^^'■> ^^^ 

dny of brinfriug ic umr^ ahall it b« 

••ton. — he Ah&n uot Icavo tberuL>f. until 

nmriiinff. " But -^if <a vow 

or A frtvwjll offering> U- his sacrific* uf 

obUliLm^ <in the day lit* liriitKcth near 

hu sacriKce:*- shall it )iu fat«ii, — «nti <oii 

tho mLirT^m-> then may I tho rfinainder 

llioiwifl lie uaU'n ; '" hut <n« for tlte 

miLUudiT uf till* ttuHh uf thu Hacrtfiou> <un 

tlie tluniday— in Crr> aIiiUI it bt'conHimitHl. 

And <if any of thu flpnh of hin }M>ace'- 

offering ' be at all imtuu . on thi* third day > 

itp that brtiugUt it nuar litluill not Iw 

ai(TVp(tid { It fih&U not Ije tvckuned lu him. 

<UDGl€an>" ^nhall it Ije.—and . the pursuD 

wbu sbolJ cut ibi-nxif ithntl bear . hiit 

iiu(|uityi. '* And tht- A*^h titat tuuchetli 

anytliiug unulean 1 rJiall iiut be eatvn, <iu 

&rv> shall it l>e cuiihuuimI, — but <afi fur 

th« [otlier] flu«h> l|anj oiit» who la clean!) 

uuty rat (Ic»h. ^<:But a* for the |iorsun 

who fthall rut Hmh from tho peace' -offering. 

whtdi |iertjiin<-th unto Yfthwch. vbUv Im 

uiicleaiiiMCM ia on him> then shall cliat 

l^nrfm U* cut off front ainimg his kin.«folk. 

<Yiift. as fur i any {wrnonl whvnsoovi'r ho 

ihall touok Anything unclean— thv uncleau- 

noa of uion. or an uucleiui be&Mt. or any iiu- 

elcan diiifrustiug thing, ■'' — and then eatetb of 

llir fl(.'Ah of a pcaci*'-otTuriiig that )iortAineth 

unto yahwt;h> then nhiUl th«t [(ci-rton be 

otti off fiviu auioiig \m Iciiufiilk. 

»«1 Yahweh spake iuit<j Mows, aaying— 
^twak unio thi* »ori» of Israel, saying,— 

^ No fat, of ox or itbeep or goat ^ shall ye Mt ; 
and <tbough {th« fat of wliat dieth of 
itwlf and the fat of that which hiu« \)ern 
torn in piccfsi may he uwd for any other 
ierri«i> yet slwll ye ilin nowise natll it. 
Nay <aa touching any one irho «>ati<th tho 
fat of any lie.-u>t, wht-ivfrnm hM" might 
bring neai- an altar-fUiuie unto Y&hweb> 
th«n »hali th<- iM-j-Min that eatetli be cut off 
frmn tunong hiti kinsfolk. * And <no 

• Or "nimAjA" "Be- 


« finmc c»A. (w. Sam., 

Ottk, *»! ^r*-} b*Ti> 

" imcJfaii n-ptiW*— <i.n. 
' Sunu* cod. |«. Ook. ICS. 
and SamO havo ; "thvy" 

mamier of blood > mImUI ye eat, in any of 
your dwellings,— whether of hird, or of 
b•:^a8t : *> <as touching any pci«on who 
entt'th any manner of blood > then f-liall 
that person bo out off from among hi* 

*• And Yahweh spake unto Mobm. wylng— 
^ Sjieak unto the iwiw of Israel, nayini^', — 

I He tliai itffdrt'th hiB ]WJuie'-<)ffRring unt<t 
Yahwi'hll ttlmtl bring in hin own 'iblation 
unto Yubwtih, out of bii4 iwucc'-offering : 

=*> hi» own liandsll aball bring in the oltar- 

Bnnieu »rf Yoliweh,— <tho fat with* the 
breuiit> Im iihall bring it in, i tlio brcaxt ;" 
to wDVe it OH a wavi--tiffuring Ijufora 
Yuliwuh. '■ Then flhall the (jriest make a 
ivrftime «-iiIi the fat at the altar.— and tha 
breaitt phall l>e fur Anron and fur hb sonH. 

^ But <t]w right »lKmld«r>'' sliall ye Rive as 
a hi'ave-off<'riii3. unt<t the priest,— from 
Among your iMjaoe'HjfTtrringH " <he tliat 
bringoth near the blood uf the peace'- 
offering* and tht- fat. from among the Hooa 
of Aaron> ;:(«> htmll t«hull Mong the right 
shoulder*' for a |»ortioii. ** For <the wa^-e- 
brtost. and the heave-shoulder> ha«* I 
taken of the ntna of Israel, oui of thuir 
pence'-offering-,— and hare givtn them unto 
Aaron the priest, and unto hia wma, aa 
on Age -Abiding statute, from the tODa of 

3> I 'labial iii what pertaineth to Che ouaintiog 
of Aaron, and to the anointing of hiaaona 
outirf the altar-flames of Yahweh. — [granted] 
in the day when he hrcHi(;ht them nenr, to 
minister ■■ pri«it« nnto Yahwph : *' whieh' 
Yaliweh cuniniandixl to give cIiedi in the 
day when hu auutntvd theui. from among 
lh« Runs uf Israel,— tiAo ago-abiding fltAtuu;. 
to their geuuntttonsli. 

* ilThiail irt tlie law— 

for the At»cending-0acrifice. 
for "the meftl-offeriug, 
and for the an-bearer/ 
and for the guilt-lwarer, — 
Aud for thi: ini«tAllnci(in-<jfferings, 
And for the peoce'-offenng: 
"which"* Yahweh commaodeil SitiewM, in Mount 
Sinai, — in the day when he commanded the 
sons of Israel to bring near their obUtion.H nntu 
Yahweh. in the dowrt of Sinai. 

§ 4. The InBtatlatioti of Aaron and hia Sou* in 
the Pricathood, 

^ Then spuke Yahweh unto Moses, saying : 8 

' Take thou Aar«in. and his sons writb him, and 
the garments, and the anointing' oil,— and 
the sin-beariug bullock, and the two rams, 

■ Or: "upon." 

^Sunie cod. (w. Juo. «ud 

Vnl.) have: "and Uw 

brant ■*— (iJi. 
' Or : " le« " — KaliM^. 

"Thi^*— r.B. 
■* A wp. v.r. (**«>) and 

Rome cod. <.w. Sen. and 

SjT.i have: "a**'— Oji. 
•^•nQflmd. (IT. <>nk.UH.. 

Sum.. Seit. tuul Sjrr.) : 

" and for — G.o. 
' Or : " foilure-otfenng .** 



LEVITICUS Vin. 3— :W. 

and the htwket of \inli>JLV<.'n<<d oakuti; ' and 
<bU tlib ikeuieui1ily> call tliou to>[ut)ier,— 
unto the entnoice of the t«it of meeung. 

* And MoneH did, km Y&hwt>h conimandixl him, — 

and the anaemUy v»» ailing togct)iior, unto tlie 

VDtranoe of the t«nt of nic«ttiig. 'Theii 

taid M0M8 unto the asAcmhly, — 

tiThiM is iht! thiti^c, which Yaliwvh hath 

ounuiuuidtHl to be doiiii^ 

' 8u MoHCB knni^lit iiuur, Aitron mid biit hodh, — 
iind lutlwd tiiein with wjittr, '' and ptit upun 
him th« tunie. inxl fjrirdpd him with the hfuid, 
and clutheil him with the n»U*. and put upon 
him the cpht^xl, and ^irdt^l him with the 
CD noualy -woven band of the epbud, and liuiiad 
it to him UiervuHth ; " aud he put upon him the 
hreaetpiece, — and plftc«1, in the bwiustiiiece. 
the Lights and the Perfections;" "and he put 
the turlmn '' upon his head. — and put upi^n the 
turban, on the forefront thereof, the buniishcd 
pljite of gold — the holy* crown, 

As Yahweh eommaoded MoKun. 

"> And M(a«e» took the nnointintr' "il* And 
anointed the habitatiim. and all that wan therv- 
in, — Olid liallowed them;" "and he sprinkle)! 
thereof iipoti the altar, wven limeK, — and 
anointed the altar, and all thu uteUMiIti thermif, 
and the lavcr and its tftiind. to hallow thorn; 

1' and he poured of the nnojnttnfr' oil, upon the 
head of Aaron,— and nu'iinted htm, to hallow 
him. " And Mu(4e?i brought nimr*' 

the iwina of Aaron, and clothed thfim with 
tunics, and girded them with Itands and 
wrapped round for them turlMinn," - 

Ax Yahweh w>mmanded Moses. 

'* Then was led near the ^ill■lJea^in^:' Imlloek. — 
Aud A)\run and hiH Honu leaned their hands 
upim the head of the sin-bearing bullock. 

" Then was it slain, and Mo:teH totik liie blnud, 
aul put [thertwjf] upon t\w horns of the altar 
round aliout.with his finvrer, aud clenused the 
altar frt>m .■dn. — and <tho (remainder nf thej 
Wood> poun.*d hn forth at the of the 
altar, and hallowed it. putting n propitiatory- 
covering thereufon. '" And he took all the fat 
that was on the in'u'orclM, und the caul of the 
liver, nnd the two kidneyn and their fat, — and 
MruMw mvie a jK'rfume at the altar, i' But 
<tl>A hnll<M;k it>*elf. and iIa Hkiti, njid its fleah 
and itadung>' otinMumMcl h** «nth fin-, outRide 
the camp."— 

As Yohvreh coDiniAnded Moses. 

>* Tlion wa« brouKht near the ram for the 
aaceudiug-.sacrifiott.— and Aaron and his snuw 
leaiwd th«ir hands upon the head of the rmu ; 

1" and it wart Hlaiii,— ami Mf>M« daahe<i*' the bhwd 
agiuiut tlu! altaj", n>uiid alxiut ; ^ and the mm 
ibtclfji WAS out up into ita pteoes— ^<id Mtnw« 
made a i>erfuine with tliu hoad and with the 

*• Cp. Bzu. xxTiii. 30. 

•Or: •'taaia.- 

'Some «od. (w. Jon. and 

Sep.): "it*— 0.n. 
*Or: "offered," "pr*- 


* Of ui inlmriur Rort : aa- 

otbor word. 
'Cp. chap. iv. II. n. 
■ Cp. Hob. xifi. 11. 
*Cp. <Jup. i.6., u. 

piecea. and with ihe fat ;■ " but Ithe inworda 
and tlws I(!«iii were bathed in water,— and ' 
Mo«aw made a perfume with tlie whole ram at 1 
the altar, <an a«cending-sAcriflce> itWAm'—for] 
a Hati^yiiig odour, <an altar-flame> it wa^' | 
unto Yaliwch, 

Aa Yahweh oommanded Moac*l 

^ Then waA bniught near the i«ec(md ram, thai 
rmm of im^taJlntion,— and Aamu and his mum 
leaned their hand* uixin the hiMid uf the ram ; 

"and it was alain. nnd NTomw ttxik of tho hlixtd 
thereof, and put u|Min the tip of Aan>a'N right 
ear, — and upon the thumb uf Iiih right hand, 
ami upon the great tue of liix right foctt. 

** Then \*vre brought near the »ou.h of Aiuvn. and 
MoKea put of the blood upun the tip uf tbuir 
right ear, and ufKin the thumb of their rij^ht 
hand, anil ujain the great Uk of tlioir right 
foot,— and MoHeti daahod ^ tlH> blood agaim^t the 
altar, ntund aliout. ^ And he took the fat and 
the fat-tail, aud all the fat that wa^ on the 
inwards, and t>ie caul *■ of the liver, and tho twu 
kidney(«,a[id their fat, — and iVie right .shoulder;'' 

"and <out of the basket of uideaveaiedKntkci* 
tliAt wa.s bftfore Yabweh> took he one n:nind 
unleavened-CAke, aud one round oil-cake, and 
one H'afer, - and put them upon the fnt purtii^iiH. 
and upon the right shoulder :** »^ and placed tho 
whole upon the opened palm^of Aaron, nnd upon 
the opened palma of hi* unna, — and waved thnm aa 
A wave-offering. Wfnre Yahweh. ^ And Moaea 
took them frwin off their oj)encd fnlma, and 
made a iierfuine at the altar upon the aAn^nding- 
Bftcrifice,— <ran iniitallatii]n> they were", for a 
nati^fying odour, <an altAr-flame> it wan' untn 
YiUiweh. * And Mosen look the breast, and 
waved it a« a wave-offering, before Yahweh, — 
<of the ram rif initt!dtBtion> [untoMoeeii| it 
helitngod. aa a porti<kn, 

Att Yahwcli commanded Muhca. 


^ And MoM« took of thci anointing' oil. iuh) of 

the blood that wiw upon the altar, and Aprinkled 

upon Aaron, ujtou' hi'^ garments, and iipoD hU 

.lonA, and u]xm thp giimient^ of hi*( Muui. with 

him.— and luiIUiW(>d Aunm. hia' gnrmuntn, and 

hitt witut, and the garmunta of hia Sana, with 

him. "> And Muees said anto Ajtmn 

and unto his (wtns. 

Uuil ye tho Ocsh. at tho entrance of the tent 

of meeting, and <there> ahall yocntit, 

and the bread wKioli ia in the hukotof 

installAtion, — aa I have been comnuuHled.* 

1 .Aitrun and lii.H sons 1 nhall eat it. ■ 

** But <that which is left of the fle»h, and of 1 

the bread > <with hre> ttlinJl ye ocmAutne. 
■"' And <from the eutntnco of tho tent tjf 

•Or: "gr«ai*.'* 

•Cp. (^r>i- it< »• 

•Or: "IoIwb'* ur "flaiw" 

Darleu* H.L. MW: i-ifc 

>Jutp. fii. I. 
'■Or: " liv " — Kahwch. 

• ^<<inie <^'l. <r. Siur., Ook. 

Wi.. TJNbun Pent. llDl, 

Jtm.,S^..SjrT.aodVal. : 
"and upm — (J.n. 

'ILuiy aiithdritieA baTe: 
"(lUilhin" -<i.n. 

* Ho it ab<l h*> ,w. Sanu. 
ttcp., Syr. aa<l VoL)— 
(i.n. [M.C.T.: "aa I 


LEVITlrUS Vm. M— 3S; IX. 1—24; X. 1— ;i. 


tniirting> ahmW yu nut gu forth, for tieveu 
dmyn, imtil thi- djiy tlmt tillitl) up the (1ny« 
of your inBtalUlitni, -Itimujto <for M.'ven 
day«> will l»o inHtoIl yiw : '* < ii« hftth 
btnen <k*e tfau dnj> [mj] hath VftliWL-h 
cmnuuinded to be doac. tu put n prupitia- 
ttify' covering over you. " <Eveii »t the 
fDtnuKw of th« ttmt of nioetiug> «hall y«< 
ii)ii(li\ dny luid niKht. for wv^n Anyf, wid 
khihU kt«p tlie \i-ntvlt of Yaliweh. nod afaall 
iuitdit% — fur !wiu am I lyraiinanded. 

* And Anriiti »ud hia fujitn did' lUl the tJiinfs 
wliich Viihwbh hnd cutuiuanded through the 
mtdiatioii * i>f MoHMk 

%t*. Aartfti tuvina to ofirinit in the pTir$1hood^ nnd 
ihr filorti of YaJiirtA npfitani, 

> ' Aitditcaiui>toiNLK). -rtiu the eighth d»y> that 

MuM» cHltvd for A&rtin. And ft>r hi* hot»s— uid 

for the rldiTB of ImiwI ; * otid aaid unto AiutHi — 

Take for thyself a choice calf, an a Rin-hearer.*" 

and a rum (^.v an iv^cending--pacriKcv, 

each without deft^t, —and hring thf ni 

iKiar befurp Vahweh ; 'and <untu the 

■DD* uf liU'M)l> tihalt tliou Apeak, tuty- 

Take ye a be-goat, as a sin-ltearer, and a 

calf and a jroung ihoep, L>acli » year old, 

witboat deie«t, for an iiM>ending-«acrifiw; 

■ and an ox and a ram f«tr pL-iu?f-<~tfTr-riiigH, 

to sicrifice Iwfitrt' Yahweh, and i mi>a\- 

offnruiK overfliiwod «itli oil—fur <to. 

dny> floth lYahwehi appear iiriui you, 

> So ihey hmnght" tluU which MtMcs com- 

niandrd. Wfnre the tunt of meoting, — and all 

Xhf aicwnibly dn>w nmr, and tttuod hcforv 

Yahwuh. ' And Mnow Mid— 

liThial i« the thing which Yahweh Italh 
oomniamUxl tliat ye 4iall do, — that thu 
sl"r>' "' Yahwi'h may apiKar iintt> you. 
~ And NfoHOw Kaid unto Aaron— 

r>raw n^ar iUiU> tl>i.> altar, and offer thy nin- 
ImwvT.'' And thine a-oen'hng-sacrifitNS and 
put n pmiiitiatorycoverinK about thyself. 
and alKiut the ptxjple,— and offer thi* obla- 
tion of thti {Mviplt*. and put a prnpitiutf^ry- 
envering about thcin, 

As Yahwoli liath cDmmandwI. 

* St* Aanjo drv«' nt'ar unto the altar. — and slew 
the aiu'-bcariir^' calf, which wum for titinm-lf; 

**iid tbo «on»of Aai-on brouffht the hhiod unto 
bitn, BJid he dipped )ii» fln^^-r io the blood, and 
put (thcr«^if| upon the hunutof the attar, —and 
<the [reuiaindcr >A the] blood> poured he out 
at the baM of the altar ; '<> and <wirh tho fat 
mud the kidnt*ys^ and thfCAul'' from the liver. 
of the ain-ljoanjr> made he a {)urftinie \\x the 

Aa Yahweh cutnmauded Moae.'i. 

" But <Um! flaah and the ikui> oooMnnod he 

• Ul.; "bj-tbrhjuia." 
»Hm U.T. Alt. ut. "Hilt 


t Ml.:"t»nk"or"f(4rit«1." 
•Or: "lt»tw«" or •" fl»|»i " 

— DiivW H.L. 2»: cp. 

chap. <il I, n. 

with fin\ uut^de tlie camp. ^' Then 

atvw lie the aMx-ndiug-Hacrifloe,-— and tlie aun» of 
Aftfun prutteuted untu hJin the bknid, and he 
•hutlied ■ it HgAinKt the altar, nmud alMiUt. 

" vVnd <the rMc«ndiug-itacriHce> prwwntcd Uiey 
unt« him. piece by pieoe thereof. aWi llw 
hnad,*'— aiul Ik* mode a perfume upon the altar : 

'* awl he bftthod the inward*, and the leya,— and 
ni«de m perfume tip<»ii the iwcending-wicritiw. 
at Uie altar. >" Then hnnight he 

luuir tlie ubUtion of the jieople. — and ttxik tlm 
Hin-tieahng goat which jif^rtatnt^ to the [icople, 
nnd =lew it and made therewith a sin-tieansr. 
like the first. *■ Then brtiught he near the 

aiioendiiiK-Hkcri6c«,— and offervd it. acoording 
to the tviiruUtiun. *' Ttum brought be nour the 
tneal-oSuring, and BUud \m luuid thetvfrom/ 
and made a perfume upon the altar, — in 
addition to the a«c»ndiag - ttacrifioe of the 
morning. '" Then ilew he thu tur, and the ram, 
B8 a jieace'- offering, which pertoine*! unto the 
pe<iple,— and the HmM of Aaron prcmmted the 
bhiod unto him, and lie dajihetl* it against the 
altar, round atxiut; i*aud the |M>riionH of (at. 
frutn the ox, — and from Uie ram, the fat-tail, 
and the covering, and the kidneyti, nnd the 
cauM <if the lirer: " and they put the portions 
of fat upon the bmwits,— and he made a 
perfume with the fat nt thealtnr; "' bnt <the 
hrraHt(« and the right 8houlder> *' did Aaron wa\-e 
ae a wi>-c'-ntferiiig. before Yahweh,— a^ Mooea 

*> Then jVaron lifted up hi* handa ' towanU the 
people, and bloeaed them,— and he came down 
from offering the sui'beanT, and the anoeuding- 
mcrifloe. and the pcMce-offeiin^. 

>" And <whcn Howm and Aaron had entered 
into the tent of meeting,— and hod come 
forth, and We-wpd the |jeople> then appeanxl 
the ghfy of YaliweS. unto all the people; 

** ytw, there canie forth tire from liefoiv Yahweh, 
nnd CKUBumed, up<jn the mltar, the at^eenrtrng- 
sacriiiee, and the |H>rtiorut of fat, —and all the 
piHiple beheld, and nhouted, and fell down np<m 
their fatwi.*' 

)i 6. ^aron'« ^vfw, ya*iah ami Abihut qffrr Straif/e 
yirf oftd nrt txm»ttm**l. 

' Then Aaroii'a wtiu-, Xadab and Abiho. ^•ok JQ 
ench man his ceiuwr.aml placed therein ftre. and 
put theroon im»'n!ie,— and bnmght near Iwfore 
Yahweh. ulrange fire, whieh he had not oom- 
ni»nded them. ' Then came there forth fire 

from Itefore Yahweh, and consumed tliem, — nnd 
they died Ijefore Yahweh. * Thnn 

Miid Mo<«« untu AoHjn — 
IiThe very thiugll that Yaliweh spake. saying— 

* Cp. okip. i. fi, a. 

^ N.B., uul rp. a»i; ehap. 


■Or: " ioKtoIled him there- 

'Or: "lobe" nr "flapii" 

— rtuvtet' a.1.. 2«. 

•Or: "latr" - KalUeh. 

"TUgh"— I'.B. 
< Son* ood. (w. 8un.. Job. 

and Sep.): "imT. oom- 

nmndwl M."— <J.n. 
«'"UiJiil"«pn«»« "haiiilH" 

to be cwi'l. — O.n, 
" N.B. : Hiiir graphic, boW 

nntQntl '. 


LKVmcUS X. -i— ao; XI. I -10. 

<In th«in thnt dnw nttar Uiini» miuti 

Iw hallownd. 
And <.tjL'r<in-' tliu fiiueH of all the peDpIe> 
luuftt I ^et myisulf houour, — 
And A&ruii , ^%bH ilumbl. * Then oUled 

Murie^ tiuiu Mipbuol. &nd unto Ktz;4|>Iiaii, mjiia 
uf Uzxitil. uuda uf Aarua,— &nd said unto 
tlieni — 
Dmw iiP-ar, bear away yonr brethnm from 
b«fnru the Manotiiary, imUr tbo otttwdo of the 
' S« thuy dn-w n«»r and l»ar« thorn away, in llieir 
tunicas, unttt llie iiutiiida uf tli« camp.— as s)]uk(> 
Maw«. " Tlicii ttaid Mosou unto 

Aanin. and tu £leaxar and to Ithaiuar. liis 
< Your lieBdi» ye may not tiaru" and <yuur 
garmeTit)t> yu sbiiU not n-nd. ho nhall ye 
not die, neitlwr <iiKttmst all tlio H*iwmldy> 
will he lx.1 »T(>tb,— but k't lyour brethren, 
the wholo hmtK« of Uraoli binvaJI the con- 
fanning ftn> w}icr«'with Yaliwoh hath oon- 
9uuicd. '' ]3iit <fruui tho entrance of th« 
tent uf niMiting^ uball ye not go forth, lort 
ye die, fur ||tho anointing oil of YahwebU 
IB npon yuii. 
And thoy did according to tlie word of Moms. 

% 7. Furihn' IiutructioMfor tM Pr\eM*. 

• Tlwn mpake Yahwrb iinto Aanm.naying : 

• <Wiu*'and i*truu|if drinlo thuu nmycHt not 

drink.— iithou nor thy winrt with thee'i when 
ye enter into the tent of meeting, »i> ahall 
ye not dits— an ft(fe-abiding statute, to your 
Koncmttniia ; 
'* That yu may make a differttnoe. 

tietwoon the Haored and thtr nommoiit — 
and betwoen tbi; unclean, and the chsan; 
" \aA may teaoh tht; Hans of Ispa^I, — all 

Iberttatuttt) whifb Yaliwi-b hath fti*jk«n 
untu tbem, by the niodiiition'' (if Monvt. 
u Tlicn spake Mo!m« uuto Aaron, and unto £lensar 
and unto fthjiniar bfs wma. that vnxo left. 
Take ye the meaKtfferiug that is left, of the 
alMr-flamca of Yahweh, and eat it un- 
leavened, beside the allar, — for <mo*t 
holy > it in' ; " chereftfre ahalt ye eat it in a 
holy place, for <thine by trc*tut«. and thy 
Hons' hy statute>'' it is', from am<aig the 
altarHaniffl of Yahweh,— for I'smli am I 
commanded. " And <the wave-breast, 
aiid the heav-i3-shoutder> sh&U ye eat in a 
clean plaw, iithou, and thy loni and thy 
dftiinliiorx with thenli, — for <a» thine by 
jflatut4\ and thy sona' by statute> havii 
they iH-en givou, from among the peace'- 
ofIerint;» of the wmn of Tgrael. "* <The 
heavi'-Hhouldi^r and the wAvu-breaat. upon 
the altur-Hamcs of the fat portion8> ahall 
they bring In, to wave U4 a wavu.ofTering. 

" Do oirt xUTer the habr 
(>f jiMT hendi to hanir 

• lit, : "hitnd." 
'Jit.: "Uijr ntiautt! iiud 
thy wm.4' itatate." 

before Yahwf^h,— so ^hall they tw ihtiu^aitd 
thy aorta' wiib ilux\ hy an age-abidiag 
statute. Aa Yahweh liath commanded. 

S 8. AaroH*f Jtuttijiatti'tm for wA eating the 

'« Now <ii« fur the ein-i<earing' tf<tat> Mtieea 

Miligt*ntly itou;;ht ' it. but lo ; it hitd Uvu burnt 

up,— then wnH lie wroth oijainut Eleaxur af>d 

uicuinst ItUaiuar. tlie hocm of Aa]xui tiiat were 

left.Knyiiii; : 

'^ Wburefort'* flid ye not eat the wu-heai-^r in 

the holy place? fur <mu«t holy > it i*'. — 

and ;lth« lumej (lath he given y<in. tlL-kt ye 

may bear tht^ iniquity uf the aMHtanbly, to 

pnt a propitiatory -citverin^uver thtnii^ lN>fcin7 

Yahweh. '" L'l ! the bluud thereof hail not 

biittli taken into the hrjiy plaee. 1 within |, — 

ye should have indeed eaten ;i it. in a holy 

plaoe. aM I oommandw^I. 

'" Then i*pake Aaron unto Mmuw— 

Lo ! <thiR very da.v, when they hat! brcKight 
near their own .«in-ljfanT. and their <iwn 
afloendiDg-»<acri(ice> there befell me' 8ueh 
thingH an theiK, — <if. then. I had eitten 
of the xin-beansr this day> wtxild it bavi* 
been well-pIeasinK in thoeyeKuf Yuhwoh? 
** And <wheu Mu*^;^ ht.-ard t))at> then was it 
weU-pIi^aAing in hi:i eyob. 

9 fl. CoHcerniim Ctrnn nud //fW^ifi BtnHM. 

' And Yahweh Hpake unto Momm and unto X 

Aaron. Haying unto them : 

* Speak ye unto the Homi of IstkuI. Maying, — 

llThuwiil arc the living things which ye nuy 
eat, of all the beaitte which are upon the 
earth: ^ <\Vhataitcvor parti'tli the hoof. 
and is cloven- footed, and chewetli tho 
cud, among buaat«> Hthatil nuy ye 
oat. * XevertheleM >1theMi<') idiaU 

ye not eat, of them that ehow the cad. 
and i.i{ thtm tliat (»rt the hoof.— 
llTbe cnmeli liecHUse <tlH)'Ugli ho Hchewefcli 
the eud J- yet <the hoof> be parteth 
nut, <uncluau> he is' to you ; 
' And tithe ctmeyl!^ IjtrcamiC <though he 
[Icheweth the cudll> yet <tbc- huof> be 
j»Tt<-'thnot,— < unclean > he is* to you ; 

* ,\nd Ithe harej hecaune <though site 

rcheweth tlie cudll> yet -^the h'x»f> aho 
parletb n<rt,— <nneleen> she in' to you; 
' And HtJiB Hwinu: iMCituAe < though he 

||}kurt(:th the hoofji and ia cIov«n- 
footed> yet <tJie cud> he cbifweth 
not. — <uni;Wn> he in' to you ; 

* trOf their 5e*h> sluill ye net <5at, and <tbeir 

L'arcau«.'> shall ye not touci),— < unclean > 
they are' to yuu. 
'* l[TheMjl| may ye eat, of all that are in the 
uTAterB,— <all thnt have 6ns and 
the waters, in the ^eiis and in the rivers > 
jjthemll may ye eat. ><* But <aU that 

■ "The atmmf !■ undoubt- 
edly Hyriu Wjrrfitnu** — 

Hj«tin*n* I>.B. Cp. P.B. 
o-.'tf tm UiiM |tlao(t. 

Li:vrTirir>i xi. 11—45. 


Jh»vi> not tiiLs and titnlej, in tlj*; sh-iw luid in 
~^he rivvnt, uf all tlini swiirui in tliL- waters, 
-aadtif all Uim living •i\.inl>i lliat iiru in (Jiu 
wat«>r»> <»ii aliiiiniiiatum:> tlit*y bjv' 
untn you ; ■> Mid <au iili>iininutinu> sliall 
tht*y r\iiuun t« ymt, — <of their fle«li> ye 
-^.iJt DMt uat, and <:tbcir c%tvMites> «h&ll 
>* aUkit. *=< ; Wlifttwifver hath nt»t fins ami 
Mwl««, in tlic waters' <An aborniuation> it 
ix* unto yuu. 

lid rUi«w*:i «ball yt* abbor of bird«, they 
fthall not be t-aUiu < on abomination > they 
arr', — tbc pajjlp." and the twjiifni^, and tht* 
fwprey :^ •* and the vulture,' and the falcon. 
after it* kind ; •* every ravyn, after it** 
kind ; '" and the female wttrich/ and thy 
utule tiNtrich, and thp Mea-gaill, — nod the 
hawk, aSwt it» kiiifl : i" and the pelican/ 
and tJi«gatin«t,'and the bith'm:* '^ and the 
iiran .\ud titt- vumiting pehcan. and the 
littb_- vulturv; ""and the utork, and the 
parrot, after it« kind,— and tlie immntAin- 
oock. and die b*t.^ 
=r Evary eraeping thing that flif^th, that tgoeth 
on aU-fouKil <au al)uroiaiviioii> it in' unto 
yuu. " XeverCboI(»a |!tlie«eff may 

yenat, uf all crminng thint,'^ thut fly, that 
pi riu a]Ufuun> — nuch a* have' Icg^ aWve 
llicir feot, tn leap therewith. n]xin the 
earth—*' <the«e tif theni> may y« wit ; 
the Hwanniiigloei>t after it.t kind, 
And the devuurinir Uxnul aft<4r itd kind,— 
and the vtuuyuMocuHt after iln kind, 
and itie chiit^ab-lucust after its kind, 
^ut ilvwo' Mhur] ureet'iu« thing that flitith, 
which hiitii ftiur feit 1 <ttn abuminntiini> it 
'tit unto yuii ; -*aud <fur th<--Me-> shall 
yv count yourselvi-A unclean — ^whitsuuvur 
toDcheU) the catfOM* uf tlieujj Htiall lie 
nndeaa until the evening; ^ and iwhuu* 
ever bciareth away iin)t;lit v( ihts camthu of 
them I Bbnll waaIi hia olotbos. and be unclean 
until tl>e pvming. 
^<Aj« for every kind of bctiM which <ttKni)th 
it [larteth the hoof> yet iit not cloven- 
fbuUMl. nor chewech the cnd^ <iin(;h!fl.uj» 
they are' onto you, — every one who touc-huth 
thBin . tthall be unclean. ■^ And 

<all that iro (iiKin their pf,vn^ among all 
thi> Ii\in9 thingw that gu on aU-fuurH> 
<qDcleati'> tliey are' luito yon,— |l»'h(iMo 
touclioth the cart'Hxe of thetuJ iball bo 
unclean until thKe\unin^. ^ And ihethat 
bcaKth awuy the carc»« uf theui 1 shall 
waat) hiA clutlies, and utiall tie uuiiluin until 
ilu? evening,— < unclean > they are' unto 
-Anti i'the>«e|| <uutu yuu> ohall be unoltMo, 
nmuuK tlie crecpiut' thintr^ that crwsp up««i 
tbo earth,- lilt; weuA'I and the moust.' and 

V V* : " TUlluH!." 

lockn into tlie mtor to 
(!ii c Mf tci' it-H vtvy," 
m -;■ »«•«> T Or : ■' h'lT.n.* 

. ItebtBatailDlttful ITT" *• .Niglit-buxl. 

"A fcnid of iiwl ••- O.I.. ' ai ui tx* . ft J, Imt wt'tiM 

' frbdi nn>tM b^tU tfiat *'hi»t»' n*7t "— o,n. 

tlm lixard flft<*r ihi kind ; ^ and the fern-t 
and the rhainMlenn. imd tlie waU-lixanl, — 
and tlte windin^r lizard, and the uiole. 

I These I arc they which are unclean to ytm. 
among all that crtst^p, — | wIwMwft-ver tonclieth 
thuui when the.v am dead I iihall br> unolenn 
until tb« eviming ; '^ and iiovtTvthinK 
whereon any of thwu ahall fall when they 
are dead '! fliull be unclean — <. of any 
articU.^ of wood, or cloth_ or skin, or sack- 
cloth, any iirticle vvhurewith any work is 
do4ie> ~!i)uill hi! put in water and shall 
be uncltion until the evening, and thun lie 
clean. ° And <aB for any earthen ve«*el 
wherciuto any 'A them may fall > , every- 
thing therein, I 8hnll l>« unclenti^ and <thK 
voa*el itself > -ihftll ye brw*k in |»ecee, 
<Of all the ftwd that uiay l»e eaten, that 
U'hereoa shall cnme wat«r> Mhall be un- 
cleitn,— and all drink which niij^ht t«i 
drunk in any [hui^Ii] vewiidi; nhall IteuntJeaii. 
And l|ever}'thing whta't«>n Hhall fall any 
part uf the carcoM; of thuuiL aliail be un- 
olnon, juveu or tirc-muge{ it ftioll bt- 
dnftrayed, <unclea,n > they are',— and 
<uncl«ao> Hball they remain to you. 
Notwithstanding : a fountain ur cistern 
wherein is a gathuiing of watensj ^ItoU Iw 
clean, —but i he that tmK-heth the cotciuh.- of 
theuiii shall l<e uncWn. ^ And ilwhen any 
part of tlui carobte of them Mhall fall u^Htn 
•eed for mowing, which is to 1« aovm> the 
same M 'clean ,. * But <when water '^hll^ 
be put upon «eed, and there Hliall foil 
th(»re<m any part ti{ the careawi of then)> 
< unclean > it is' tuj'ou. 

And <when any tif tho beasts which are 
yuura for food shall dic> hf that totu-hcth 
thu carcn^e of iti: shall ho unclean tuiiil the 
evening. *'And Jic that oateth of the 
carcnae of itil shall womIi hia cloihen. and bo 
unekuui until the evening, — lihe oImi time 
carricth awuy the carcase thcxvof ahall 
woah his clothes, and bo unoldoa until tho 

And <any creeping thing that creepeth upon 
theearth> can aliomination^ itiii' — italmll 
notbeeatirn. * < Kver>'thiiig that goeth upon 
the lielly. and evcrxMhing that goeth upon 
all-fuurs. even to everything having many 
fe<t, ON n'gnnleth any creejting thing tlmt 
creeiH;th u^Nin the earth> ye nliall not rat 
them, fur <an &lM)niinaliun> they anr'. 
Do not nmke your [Nri-winN ulximinable, with 
an.v creeping thing that ci-wiK-th,— neither 
shall ye make yrmrwlvei* uncIe4U» with them, 
that yc Hhtkiilil l«conie unol'ean thereby. 
For tll — Yaliweh 1 am .vnur iiud, tlierefur* 
aluill ye halliiw yuur>M;lvt>i> and n-main bidy ; 
for <holy> am III I,— therefuro bIiaII ye not 
moke your persons unclean, with any creep- 
ing tiling that erawleth upon the earth; 
fur ill— Vahwelr: am he that bn>ught you 
up out of the land •>f Kgypt, that J might 
become your' (.*od,— thurefore sliall ye bu 
holy, for <holy> am l|I'- 


LEVITICUS XI. 46, 47; XII. 1—8; XIII. 1— Ifi. 

** ilThisi, in tho law of beast, 
and of bird, 
and uf every living soul that iiiovotii in the 

and OH to every i<ouI titat creepeth ii|K>n the 

^ That ye ma,y make a difference- 
between the unclean and the clean, — 
and between the livings thing chat may be 

eaten, and the living thing which may not 

be eaten. • 

S 10. LaiPMfor Women after Childbirth. 

' And Yaliweh npake unto Monew, saying : 

- Sjx'-ak unto the sons of Israel, 8*ying, 

<A !;woman|| when she conceiveth aocd, and 
giveth birth to a male child> then shall she 
be unclean aeven dayti, <according to the 
days of her renioval in her sickness sliall she 
be unclean. ^ And <on the eighth day> 
shall the flesh of his foreskin ))e circumi ised. 

* And <for thirty-throe days> shall she con- 
tinue in the bloiKl of purification, — <no 
Iinllowed thing> shall :*he touch, and <into 
the sanctuary > shall she not enter, until her 
days uf purification are fiUtilled. ^ But , 

<if ||a female child'! i^he bear> then 
shall she be unclean two weeks, as in 
her removal,— and <for sixty-six dav'H> 
shall she continue in the blood of purifica- 
tion. 'And <when the days of 
her purification are fulfilled, whether for 
a H«>ii or for a daughter> she shall bring iu 
.1 lamb, tlie olioiee of its year, as an ascend- 
ing-sacrifice, and a youi^ pigeon or a turtle- 
dove, as a siu-lx)arer, unto the entrance of 
the tent of meeting, unto the priest; ' and 
he shall bring it near lM;fure Yahweh, so 
shall the priest"* put a propitiatory -covering 
over her, iind she shall be clean fniiu her 
fountain of blDod. 
llThisil is the law for her that hath given birth, 
to a m&lu child or to a female. 

" But <if her hand findeth not sutficioncy for a 
lauib> then shall she take two turtle doves 
or two young pigeons, one for an ascending- 
sacrifice, and one for a sin-bearer,— so shall 
the priest put a pi-opitiatory -covering over 
her. and she shall U- clean. 

1 11. The Lnic of Lcpi-osti, in Mm^ Clotfus, and 
HouMcs: Detection and CItiingiiiif. 

13 ^ And Yahweh spake unto Mot^es and untti 

Aan)n, saying — 

" < When liany man; "^ shall have— in the skin of 

his flesh -a rising, or a scab, or a l)riglit 

spot, and it shall l)ecome in the skin of his 

flesh the pliigue-s|>«)t'' of lepi-ony> then 

tiliall he be brought in unto Aaron tlK> priostr 
or unto one of bis sons the priettts ; ' and the 
priest Mhalt view the siiot in the skin of bis 
tlesh — <if lithe hair in the plagueil have 
turned white at)d tlie appearance of the spot 
Ije deeper than the akin of his flesh > <the 
plague-spot of leprosy > it is', — so the 
priest shall view him, and pronounce him 
unclean. * But <if the bright Bix>t, 

though white in the skin of his flesh, is not 
i; deeper;! in appearance than the skin, and 
lithe hairjl hath not turned white> then 
shall the priest shut up tho plagued one.* 
seven days. ^ And the priest sliall view 
him on the seventh day, and lo ! <if the 
spot hath Btayed to his sight, *■ and the spot 
hath not spread in the Bkin> then ah^ the 
priest shut him up seven days, morc^ 
Then shall the priest view him. on the 
seventh day, a second time, and lo ! <if the 
spot is llfaint!!, and the spot hath not spread 
in the Bkin> then shall the priest pro- 
nounce him clean — it is llaacabli, and he shall 
wash his clothes, and be clean. ^ But 

< if the scab shall have || verily spread It in 
the skin, since he was shown to the priest 
that he might be cleansed > thttu shall he 
shew himself again' unto the priest ; ** and 
the (iriest shall take a view, and lo ! <if the 
scab hath spread iu the 8kin> then shall 
the prieMt pronounce him unclean — 1| leprosy || 
it is'. 

<When lithe pU^n^e of leprosy i{ cometh to be 
in any human being> then shall he be 
brought in unto the priest ; ^'^ and the priest 
shall take a \-iew. and lo ! <if there is a 
white rising in the skin and lithe aamelt hath 
turned the hair white, — and there Iw a 
wound of raw flesh, in the ri8ing> " <an 
old leprosy > it is' in the skin of liis flesh, 
and the priest shall pronounce him un- 
clean,— he shall nof shut him up, for 
<unclean> he is'.* "But <if the 

lepriwy jlcometh quite out|| in the skin, and 
the leprosy covereth all the skin of him that 
is phigued, from his head even unto his 
f(>et,— Ko far as appeareth to the eyes of the 
priest > '■' then shall the priest take a view, 
and lo ! <if the lepnwy hath covered all his 
flesh > then shall he pronounce clean him 
that wa.s plagued, — Hall of it|| hath turned 
white. <elean> he is'. ^^ But <the 

very day there appeareth in him raw flesh > 
he shall Ix; unclean ; '-'' so then the priest 
sliall vi<'w the raw flesh, and pronounce him 
uiiolean,— ' as for the raw fleiihh <unclean> 
it is' <.lepru.-iy> it is'. '" <.)r <if the 

* Pee c:hap. xx. 'iTt. 

* So it mA be, nv. in ver. H 

(w. Sam., Sep., and K)t.) 
— G.n. [M.C.T..*'he."J 
« " Any hum«n being, any 
w)n of earth {aihtm ." 

* The P.B. has here merely- 

"nwrk." But (I: it i« 

kciui-pIt right t<) Kupprcw 
till ivieiTnce to l)ivme 
indictiun; iiml i;i "Hpot" 
in betttr th;in "nwrk'* 
with i-eferenci' to a pt-r- 
Hon, though "mark'' !« 
to be preferred to"«pof 
when ap]>lie<l to a houM.>, 

UM in ohap. xiv. :U. 
" I'lague " thrmigliout 
wnulu be too hoivy, aiii 
would need fretiueiit 
qiiulilimtion. Tlie tnin.H< 
Ifttiun here has therefore 
been lightened iu places, 
yet «) as to keep tin- 
reader in mind of the 
maio fm-ti* snd the ideis 

Bttsodated with them. 
■ Lit. : "the plttgue-spot." 
*• lit. : "in its appearance" 

— a.n. 

•■ Or : ■' a necond time." 
•• "Neednot'-P.B. 
* That \!t : the cuho is un- 
doubted ; there it* no 
need of coQtiQemcat to 
wait fur fiuther proof. 




■^"^tk.^ tWob turu A^ui. aiid La* ctmiit^ u> 
^**ljtt<f r» tlifw 'vhall he cwui© m unto xUv 
M>rit^t ; " luiil th* priwt ^hnll vVw him, mid 
"M-o: <.if the s|"it liftih chnii(|i»*cl tu whit*- > 
'^mi -dutl] ttf* ]>rit>»t pMim»tmL-*< cle&n him 

»ul <wh*'n Aiiy "lu-** fl(s*h't huUi, in the 
oJchi thvmjf. a IkhI,— und then it i^ ht>i*lt«l ; 

tmt <ia thv plot-** of the Iwll> i* a whit**»hrijriit «pcil.rvddi«h whito> thvn 
atall it Vir shown imtii th«» t'rie«t- " And 
Ihe pricMt Mhnll tnke n viuw, and In! <tf 

the ttp|ir-«r»ncr ih^rrof in Iim-er than the 
:K)iili. Htfl i the hiilr then:4>f hnth turned 
whil«> ihl-n idmtl tlie prit^^t piimi'MiiL-e hitti 
unclMiii - <thi' pUtfitt^-Hixjt «f ltfpnn.v> It, 
is' <.m the boil> Itnikeit out. » But 

-<if the priest jOuUI vii-x*' it. ftixd lu ! tlien- i« 
no' white hnir ilit<n.-iii, imd it iit not d«f{wr 
tlinn thoslda.aud iuiit*flf i ixfaint^ then 
»hall th«- priest *<htit hiui up «even iU.vh; 
»mJ <i(it ;lclf»rly "prtndtfth iutheAki»> 
tlien fthHtl the pri^t pmntnuico him uu- 
«leMi — ;a phisu«-f<pin> it is'. =• But 

<if in it* jihusp. tlie brtfrht spot sift>(?th . hath 
nDt*ptv«d:> ':iil*»il> iiiV, — a«d iheprirat 
■hiil prqiwfunrw him cltttn. 

<wfii'Ti nny onoV tifsh: batli in the nkin 
thonH»f_ A ftery (Miiiiuitr. — and the hnrninif 
around becnnieth a hright Hi^tt, rnldiMh 
white, or irhiW>' =® then t^hAll the priest 
Tiew it— itnd !<• ! -cif ih»' liair it ttmiefl 
"whitv in th'- l>ri^tit rifut.aud the Ap[H*ni'niif?e 
tbwwuf i5d«-perth(iii thfl.ikiu.- <lepr»«)'> 
it i*', hiT»ken out |in the bunting ;, — hi> tlie 
pri««t flhall pninnunLc him unclMin, <rthy 
jiU^uf^^iit ot lppn.*iy> ii i»*. J* But 

< if the pnoie vhftll new- it. and ht ! tlwrv ii« 
m>t. in the briiirhi >>put. whiti- hiui-, uid it ta 
ncit' tln-per I than lit** .tkin.liut litttwlf ! is 
(aint^ then ttinll the pHiiKt nhiit him up 
•i»*i?n dny ; ''mid the priest »Uh.\] view 
tiim in» tlip Mfventh (loy. — <i( *t hath 
]iUinl> f^pn-iLiI in the «kilt> tlu:li nhalt the 
priest pnrn<>niM>Oitui tllick>un, *:^tht' pla^e- 
«|^t *«( le|in«y^ it 18*. * But <if hi 

ita pUw, tlw* hright )« hnth »tayed. ami 
hatb not apread in thn nkin, hut itselfij i» 
hint> <thp rising of u humini;> it is', — 
and tho iiriw^t -linll pr<m<>uni.-e Inm cleuD, 
f«ir vunly the iiiHanitni; cf tlie hui-nins> 
it i> . 

■-lid <wheii thirni! iTjaieth to Ijein any nuui 
cr womiui , »*in.»i,— in the head, or in thf 
beMd> ""then nhall the prie!«t view tlie 
ir>'t. and 1m : <i( thn app*ftr«noe tliereofii 
w det'per than the wkin, and <tli«.'rein> ia 
JrvUuw. thin hnir> tlu'H 'iUmil the piiMt 
immounw him unclean. <* )*oa]I> it i**, 
<ft leprt«>' of the head itr of tlie l»*"anJ> it 
W, " But <whi«thi*pri(wt v-ieH-ethtbe 
•put, and l'» '. ilwir i^ no apiiearanct* of it 
deepiT than Ihii akin, and ||no dark haird In 
tlicn>in> then ^hall the prtedt nlmt up him 

that h»th tb« pla«p>c-»put uf m:*!!. aevea 
day» ; * and the priv«t nliidl view the spot 
on the wvonth day, and In *. <ii the i»oaU 
hnth not ft|)rend, and there hath not tnme 
tu U* therein ytill(>w hitir,— aiul 'I ihu npifenr- 
ance id the Mcall ia not dL'^pet than the 
Bkin>' " thtm xludl hi* ftliave hitunidf, Imt 
<the Acall> ahiUI ho nfii vhave —und the 
pritttt »hall ahut up him wh't linth the hcmM 
attvmn dayd. more ; ** ihim aliidl the priiwt 
viaw Ihe noall, on the r--v«nlh djiv. and h* I 
<if tlw aGall b««h uoi wpR'ad iii the ^Jcin, 
uid I tbf appcmaoL* tlK-tx-ofi, isn.-ideeiwr 
ttmn the «k;ia> tben »halt the prieM ]nx>- 
tiounc*- him oIuad, and be shall wa«h hia 
dothtw. und be donn. =* But <if the 

•call I do indeeil sprend. in the »kin,— after 
he luth lioL-n protmunced cleans "then 
shall the priext take a view, and lo ! <if the 
sooU hatli tipivad in the eikin> *he pni>*tt 
shall not seanJi for the yellow hair - 
<unck-«n> he i»', =ff But <i( Ilin hie 

eycM' ■ the i>eaU is at a stay, and dark liair 
hath gn»wn uptbeivin> thv ttcall w henlod'. 
<cU.-Bn> he im', — and th« iirient aIioII prci- 
DUunce' htui cluin. 

^ And <when either iiinan or woaiAnll hath in 
the akin of tlteir flcwh. Itright spots, — hritrht 
«pot8 that are whiie> *then idiall tin- 
prit>4t take a view, and lt> ! <if linbheKkiu 
of tlK^ir fIfAh are Unght sjintK. that are dull 
whit4.'> --.dead white 6pttl>'* it iw", that hath 
biukou thn-iugli in the skiu — < clean > 
he »'. 

*> And <wheu llouy man's' Iteai) loseth ito 
hair> thout^i Nhald I. he in ||cle»n L <■ And 
<if {in lmut| his head hmcth ita liair> 
though 'lluld in the fureheadll. he is lieleanjl. 

*■ But <alvtiuhl thnre hv : in tht* haldneiM !«•• 

hind,urin tl>e ^MddueAMtnfnmtt) a ttpol^ that 
is reddiah white> <lei(ra»y bn^en out > it 
is', in hia boldneMi fjehiiiii. or in hift haldueM 
in front. ** So the priest Hhall view it, and 
lul <if lithe ri»itkg-HiK>tl| )>e reddish whito 
in his baldnitm k'hind. <ir in hit* Wldncna ia 
front, ~l*ke tlie app«^arauoe of lepriMy iu j 
tlu* likin uf the fliwh> ** -;b lopmua niau:^ 
i^' ho, <:uncli!uu> he is', — < unclean.: 
ahall thfl itrinait prrmounoe him, <in his 
bead> iti hia ploguv. 

* Now <aB for tfa* leper in whciu is the 

II His ctotheH ihnll l« rent. 
And tlhi'i heodj; Khallbebare/ 
And <hia)>ean1> shall hecnvirr, — 
And < Unclean ! Unclean ! > shall he^ 

■ <A11 the days that the plague ia in him> 

shall he oontinue unclean, 
<L'ncl«!an> be is', — 

* 'it.: "inllxsifpoamDec," 

ax in ver. 5, 
^ " A hnnnleM vntntiDn on 

th^ -ktit"— O.O. "A 

"TVir hair uf h(* hmA 
ahall hanir InnwlT " — 



LEVITICUS XIIL 47--«*; Xr\*. I— W. 

< AloBO •hftil he reiukin, 

<Oat«i(it> the auup> aliftU bo hin dwaiing. 

And <w>R'[i inAffaruuaitltlivnjiaaplJMr**- 
spiit of Icpnwy,— wheth*?r in u gamifni <if 
w»M»l, ur u garment u( ftnx ; •'eitlufrin 
urari' '-"" "' w^t, inarfe ""ith flax, or with 
wwl,-*or III » nlrin, iir in uuytliiug wrvught 
of »kin : *" and the Hix»t wimcth tu W of it 
greetiish j-uUaw ur re<ldi<(h in th«.- i^rmt-nt 
or in tlie ^kin. whethtr iii warp or in Wfft. 
or in any uteiwilof ^kin> <tlw; |tla^u-HpoC 
uf lupn>«y> it i«',— and kliall be tJiown 
unto the priest ; *> and tho priwt ttlmll r'low 
tha spuC,— and nhaU iihut up htm Chat w 
plagued, neven da>-}i ; " thuu itUalt he «i»w 
the Kpot, on tbtt sevuutb day <\i the «p.»t 
hath iiprttad io the tfiuraii^nt. whether in 
warp ur in wuft, ur in tho tfkin, tir anythinK 
which may be uiadv i>f ikiii for wrrico ihc 
Kpot ia :a fretting lfi>ror.y|i <QncI»ui> It 
is'. ""Then sliall he Imni upthe (fanuciit. 
whether ii be m the warp dt tiMi wi-ft, in 
wool or in flax, or any utvniiil* of skin, 
wbervta tboU be the plague-spot,— for <a 
fnttiDg 1e|iroi7> it is', <in tir«> uliaU it 
be burnt up. 
But <:if the priiiHt shaU taVt* h \'ii*w, nnd lu ! 
t)>e »put luM nut Kprt^ad. in tho gKnui'iit. 
either in warp or in wi«ft.— or in any 
utenirtl" of ftltin> ** tlien Mhall tlu' prit»t 
give command, and thuy jUiall wawli that 
whun-'in in tlw apot,— and lie tthall shut it 
up BRVL-n day*, more; ** ij|,,n nlioll tht- 
pritut take a view, after thr pl.igue<i 
Ifarmottt hath bwu washed, and lO ! <if the 
itpot hath not chaugtid its ltx>k>,*' then 
<thouf^i I t]i« >4put: hath not apread> yet 
<uudi^ii> it ia', <iu the fire > aluUt thou 
buru it up,— <a ttuiiki^t 8put> it is', in the 
liatk therwif^ or in tlie front thereof. 
And <if Che pri«»t tiath taken a view, and Io! 
the Hput in >lfainti' luace it liuth been 
WBiibt^>. then Hltall lie rend it out of the 
gament. or out of ihe Hkiii, wlietber out of 
the wnri> or out of the weft; " and <if it 
ajipeai' «till in tlje gamient — cither in the 
warp or in tho weft, or in any utenAil nf 
«kin> <a breaking out> it ta',— <fD the 
fir>f> shalt thoti bum up that wherein iit 
the pla>^e. '"' But <as for the gnrroent — 
wliether the warp or the weft, or any 
utenml erf itkin wliieh iliou ^halt wiud), and 
tho plague ohiiM de|iarC tlvorefruni^ then 
xhalt it l>e wtislied n second time, and aHaII 
l>e clean. 
llThiall in the Uw on to tho plague-Rpot of 
hi a garment of wool or of flax. 

whether in tht* war^i or tho weft, 
nr in any uteiiKil M nkin, — 
Tu prtrnrmncw it civaii. ur tu pranuu&oe it 

t And VaJiweh ftpoke unto Mne«<K. saying— 
* I Tliifl 1 »hall be tiw law i»f the leix^r, in thv 
day wlieu he is derlnred (Jean,— He ah«U 
be brought in unto the (jrioit ; * then shall 
the prie-tt go finth unU) tlw outAide of tbe 
camp.— anil tlie priest Mliall take a view, 
and lu I <tf tlie plague of lepruny hath Uwn 
lieoled out of the Ieper> ; * then »liall the 
prits!'! give ctimmand,— and there shall be 
taken— fiir him that in to be cleansed— two 
liWng cleiui Irirdi,— and cedar wood, and 
ertmaon. ami hywop; ^and the pritnt 
•hall give tx>iiimand, and one' fnrd »hall be 
slain, — within an earthen vessel, over living 
water : * <»»* for tb» living bird > h<i ah&ll 
take |it|, and the c*<dar wood, and t>ke 
cniiUHiu, and tin- hywiop,— and ahall dtp 
them', and the living tlie bliKid of 
tlie bird that hatli been slain owr the living 
water ; ^ and .ihtdl itphnkle ufun him that 
if to lie cleuiiKed fruTu the lepToay. mtveii 
timtw,— and NhaU pmnttunee him ck%n, &nd 
tihall lot go the living bird, over the face of 
thi' field. * And he timt itt to be 

drelared etean shall wohIi ht>t clothes, and 
shavf off all h\n hair, anH iMthtt in water, 
and lie clean, and <aften*ardH .- >thul] lie 
L-oait! into the camp,- and dwell outMdu hi« 
tvnt. seven days ; * and it sludl 1« <on tht* 
seventh diiy> that tie "liall »OuiVe off all 
the lutir of bi^ head, and liii^ beard, and liia 
eyeltrows, <evtn idl hi* liair> iludl tie 
fJiaVf off, — And tshall wai«li hlH uluthcst, iuid 
linthe his tWinh in water^ mj hliall lie be 
clenn. ■"And <un tlie eighth day> 

he fihall take two hi'-lambs. without deXeot, 
and one ewe-liunli. the choice of ita ye&r. 
without defect,— anil thtve-tentlia of fine 
meal for a meal-offering, overflowed with 
oil. and Mill? log** of oil. ■> And the priest 
that lA eliiLiiniiig him oboU causo tbe mau 
tliat is to Ik cleuued. and thu«Q thinffa. to 
Dtaud liefom Yahweh, at thu uptmittg of the 
U'ut of meeting. " And the prieist shall 
take one' Iw-Umb, and bring him near as 
a guilt-bearer, and the log of oil, —and shall 
wavi- them as a wave-offering, before 
Yahweh ; >■ and sliall aUy tbe laJmb iu the 
place where tho ain-bearvr and the aftoending- 
aacrifiop are »laiu. id the' holy place, — lor 
<like the ■iu-lH!«rer> : the guilt-beoivrn is 
thf priirtt'R, <mi»t holy> it ia. '•Then 
sIiaII tho priest take of the blood of Uie 
guilt) >««ari<r, ami tbe priest •diall put 11 
upon the tip of the right ear of him that is 
to tie okioiuMMi,— and ki\mm the thumb of hia 
right hand, and upon the great toe of hia 
right foot; '"and the pneiit shall take of 
the log of oil.— and shall ]M>ur it upon the 


• Or : " voawl," 

'iJt,: "ltii7e." 

■ Boom end. ^w. Sam., Bcp., 
Syr. and Vul.j : "and 
as"— O.II. 

* " Actufduu to Tkluiiwl - 
jt.hiri"^-O.0,a». "The 
am = 1 b4thB«cnnUn8t« 

JoMTphuii. = HtM lUna" 
— O . a. £». " The aoCwd 
nii« trf bsth U appanBUr 
«U>iJt «> Uttw^— O.O. 

'Or: "a." 


ae pncsTN It'ft haod, '* and ttie 
pheAt db&U dip his ngtit finger [uml take] 
or the oil that is on the jtolin uf hui left 
luuid,— and iOutll t^prinklo of the oil vnt\\ 
hift fingtir acvtm tiin««, liofuiv Yabwch : 

" &ni1 <o[ theivinjuDdtjr of tho ull which i* 

<jn th« [Mklm of hit h*n(l> shall tho prleitt 
^Mit uintri till' tip iif the ri^ht ear of him 
tliat is to be cleantL'd. mid ii)>>ri the thamb 
of hu> right liAud, niid iipMn the ^rvht Uiv 
o( Ilia nt;ht foot, — upon tho bluud of the 
ynilt-t^arer ; '* and <tJiHt wliiuh rutiiuineth 
«>f the oil tliat it) uu tlic (ulIui of diu priest's 
)i»nd> he shall put iii-jn thebt-Adof liim 
that it to l»e clr«nscd,--M) shull the priiwt 
^jut a propitiatory-cxtviTinRover him. l">efort^ 
YaJin^Ji. '» Thiai fUiall tho priiwt c»ffer the 
aiD-bearcr, ami AtuM put a prupitiator>-- 
ouvenng* over liim that i» to be oleaiwed. 
be«aiitwr of Jii.H uDcli->aiiiufM. — and <aft«'r- 
wanJiiv- Mhall ht* oiay thi*ivrtcemlinK-»«KiritiuM. 

*• Attd th« prie-.t shall caiisf tlin oHnendinj^- 

Hacrificf;, tuid thf tiifal -off i; ring to aiirpnd at 
the altdr, — «u :diall the priest put a pro- 
pi Ciatury -co vering over him, and he nhall 
be uloan. 

^ But <tf be be llpouTll mod bia band hath 
noi enoiMrh> th«n sliall be take oue hc-Inmb 
■* a ^iIt-l>e«nT to l>e waved, to put a 
propitiatary-covcrirtf; over Kiin,— and one- 
t«otb of fiiK oical, uvcrtiowed with oil for 
a inoal-ofi'tihity. and a lif^ of oil, =>'-' aud tn-o 
Kuntc-dovwortwo young piginfuti, for wliicb 
Kiff baiid hath enough,— w> hhall onu' \n* a 
ain-bau«r, aud the other' an oawnding- 
aaerifice. ^ And ht> flhall bring them in, 
irti Uif oif[hth tiay. for lu!4 cleuui^iiig, unto 
t\ui (iriiMt, — unto the t<ntrani>t^ of tli« tent 
«»| tiiufLing'. IxrforB Yahweb. ** Then 

nhall the irt-ioNt taki) tliu i;utlt-beaniig lamb 
aud the log of oil,— and tlie priest dhull 
wavL* them aa a wavL-offchiig. before 
Yahwclt. * Then nhall the guilt-bearing 
Umb be alain, and the priest fliall 
take of the blood of the Kuilt-bearer, 
and put u{xin the tip r>f cbo right ear 
xA hiin that ui to be uleansed,- ftixt upon 
the thumb of Mr right han<l, and (t[»n 
tho gn»t b« of hia right fiiot ; ^ hI»o 
<of the oi1> abnll tlie priest \».»\r out,— tni 
tbe palm of his u*A-n left hand; ^ and 
the prieHt ahall flpriokle. with hi» right 
Hngvr, u( tlie oil that is on the pnlm of his 
left band, — mven timen, liefore Ynhweh ; 
then slukll tite (irieBt put, of the oil that itt 
un the |Mlm of hin hand, upon the tip of tho 
n^hc ear of him that it tn be cleansed, and 
iipoa tho thumb of hiH right ham), and U]xin 
the girat t<»' nf hiH right foot, — ujion thu 
plaot* of the IJfMid of the gullt-ofTerillg ; 
and <that which reiaaineth of the oil 
which iA on the jjalui u( the priest'b luuid> 
uliall be put upuu the head of liim that is Cu 
lieelesnM.'d,— to put a prupitiBtory-<.-overing 
oviT him bcfon." Yaliweh. ■■" Thf n 


shall 1h9 offer tine' uf the turtle-doves, or of 
t;he .voung ptgeom% — of that for which hia 
IuumI lialh enuugli ; " even that for which 
his hand hitlli enough, — the one a* a «n« 
Veaivr and the other aa an nj^eending- 
iiacrifioe. njion thn iiieal-olfering,»— <mi >»hall 
the priMt put a ijropitiat<tr>-CTJvering over 
him that ijt to h» clfMiiMed. befom 
Yaliweh. "llThiAi U tho law for him 

in whom hath Iwen the plagur^ of leprony, 
— whiMc hand hath not nmmgh, for that 
which pertatneth to hlit cleanaiDg. 

^ Aud Yaliwoh itpako unto Mumsi aud unto Aaron. 
Having : 

M <WlH)n ye enter into the lauil of Canaaa 
wliieli r am alxiut to give you, for a 
puosoMiuu, -and I put a plogiiu-niark of 
lepnioy tn a houite. of the tatid of your 
poaawiiicni >, ^ tlien shall lie that uwneth 
the botiac come in. and tell the prit«t, 
(I A kind of pliigue-mark;i appearcth to 
uv, in the boiiite ; 

1 and the prie;«C xbuU give command, and they 

dull empty the hounte. ere .vet the prieat 
cometli in to view the mark, wj that lie <lo 
not pronounce nnchtan all that in in the 
huuae,— and <af1er thiii> sliall the pritwt 
wrtue in. to viev the bouse : "^ then nhall he 
view the mark, and lo! <if the mark in in 
the walla of the houM?. with sunken places, 
greenish yellow, or reddish.— and they 
np[iear to be lower than the [surface- of the} 
widl>, "■ then fthall the prie»t come forth 
out of the houAo, unto tlio entrance of the 
house,— and Hhall shut up the huUM.*. »evea 
daytt ; ^ and the ]irieHt ahall return on the 
aoventh day, — and take n view, and lo ! 
<if the mark iiath ttpreud iu the walh> of 
the boiii>e>, *° then fthall the priest jfivo 
command, aud they sluill jnill out tho 
stbucfl, wherein ia the mark,- and eatit 
them forth out«ido tho city, into an unclean 
place : *^ and <the houw itaclf > thaU he 
cauw to be scraped on tlie iniiide. ntiind 
about,— and they «h«ll pour out tlie mortar 
which they have ttcra|KMl otf, irtitsidM tho 
city, into an unclean plact- ; ** and sliall 
take other stonea, and put in tho plnc*> of 
tlie rtonns~Bnd <otlier mortar > dball he 
take, and planter the housH*. *" But 

<if the murk again' breaketh out iu 
tlte buuw;, after the taking out of tho 
dtiUiCB,— and after the scraping of tho house. 
and after the phw^tering^ ; " then »ball the 
prieat come iu, aud take a view, and lol 
<i( the mark hath ^prviul iu the bou>te> 
<a fretting loj»ro«y> it i>^' tn tho bouse. 
<uncleftn> it in', ** and he Mhall pull domi 
the house,— tho «ton*a* thereof, and the 
timber tber«of, and all the mortar of tlte 
liouac, — and sliall carry them forth oninide 
the city, into an unckian place. *' And 

• Cp. rhap. ij. 1. n. 


T.HVITUHJS XIV. 47—57; XV. 1—21. 

<tut fur him thatenteKth into the houM*, all 
tU« il&ya it u ahut up> he hhall l>u uuclean. 
until the evening; ^^ And ;ihe that liftK in 
the houaell shall waah his cluthefi, and ;;he 
that eateth in the huuMe!! tthall waKli hin 
clotliert. * But <thoufjh the priest 

:idc> cooiej into the house, and take a view, 
yet lo ! <if the plague-niark hat)i nut spread 
in the house after the house was plastered > 
then Hhall the priest pronounce the 
clean,' for llhealed'l is the plague. * Then 
shall he take, to cleanse '' the house, two 
birds, — and cedar wood, and crimson, and 
hyssop ; M and shall kill one' bird, — within 
an earthen vessel, over living water ; *' and 
take the cedar wood, and the hyssop, and 
the crimson, and the living bird, and dip 
them in the blood of the slain bird, and in 
the living water,— and sprinkle the house, 
seven times ; " and so cleanse*^ the house, 
with the blood of the bird, and with the 
living water, — and with the living bird, 
and with the cedar wood, and with the 
hyssop, and with the crimson ; " and shall 
let go the living bird unto the outside of the 
city, unto the face of the field, — so shall he 
put a propitiatory-covering over the house, 
and it shall be clean. 

"liThisJI is the law,— 

for every plague-mark of leprowy 
and for a<^l ; 
"^ and for garment leprosy, 

and for house [leprosy] ; 
"^ and for rising, 
and for acab, 
and for a bright »ipot ; 
" to*" give instruction, 

on the day of declaring unclt-an, 
and on the day of declaring clean, — 
liThislI is the law of leprosy. 

§ 12. Concemiiuj variaas Forms of Permital 

1 And Yahweh sjiake unto Moses and unto 

Aaron, saying : 

^ Speak unto the sons of Israel, and ye shall 

say unto them, — 

<When rany man whatsoever,' hath .i flowing 

from his flosh> i his flux|| is [luncleaii". 

And Ithisll shall Ije his uncleanness, in hi.s 

flux, — <whether his flesh in running with 

his flux, or hLs flt^h hath clost-d fn>m hi.s 

fiux>'^^ <his uncl('aiuiC(W> it is'. ^ h All the 

bed whereon he that hath the flux hetli - 

shall be unclean, — und !!every piece of 

furniture' whereon he sittethil shall !«■ 

unclean. " And whosoever touclicth hi« 

• N.B. : Firrt cl«m— then 
declared clean. 

*Iat.; "t*) sin thehoum.*": 
mf . : "to Hin-clccinse = 
to cleaoHe from sin." 
There is sin numcwlierc ! 

•^ Ah in ver. 19. 

<■ Some cod. (w. Sam. MB., 
Hep. and ByrO ha%-e: 

"and t<»"— G.n 

« S*) in effect Driver mid 
WTiite in P.B.: "Or 
whether it be stopped so 
that no dixchBivc Hp- 
poiirB." Bnt O.U.: 
" Hath shown stoppmjc 
hv reason of his tlux." 

'Ml.: " eveiT article." 

l>ed : shall wash his clothes, and bftthe in 
wati'r, and l>e unclean until the evening. 
And ;:hethat sittcth on that' whereon he 
that hath the flux hath sat,! shall wash bis 
clothes, and Itathe in wuter. and be unolewi 
until theevening. ^ And I|he tliat toucheth 
the flesh of him that hath the fluxil aliall 
wash his clothes, and bathe in water, and 
be unclean until the evening. • And 
<when he that hath a flux spitteth on him 
that is clean > then shall he wash his 
clothes, and Ijathe in water, and be unclean 
until the evening. * And llevery saddle ■* 
whereon he that tiath the flux rideth:! shall 
l>e unclean. '<> And |!wbosoever toucheth 
anything that was under him|! shall be 
unclean, until the evening; and lihe that 
carrieth them,; shall wash his clothes, and 
loathe in water, and be unclean until the 
evening. >> And n whomsoever he that hath 
the flux toucheth, not having rinsed |hia 
hands] in water!: then shall he wash his 
clothes, and bathe in water, and be andean 
until the evening. "And ||the earthen 
vessel which he that hath the flux touchethjl 
hhall be broken in pieces, — and llevery 
vessel" of wood J shall be rinsed in water. 

And <when he that hath the flux beoometh 
clean from his flux> then shall he number 
to himself seven days for his cleansing, and 
w.'Uih his clothes,— and bathe his flesh in 
living water, and !» clean. '* And <(m the 
eighth day> he shall take fur himself two 
turtle doves or two young pigeons, — and 
come in I«fore Yahweh, unto the entrance 
of the tent of meeting, and give them to 
the priest; ''and the priest shall offer 
them, one' as a sin-bearer, and the other' as 
au ascc^nding- sacrifice, —so shall the priest 
put a propitiatory -covering over him, be- 
fore Yahweh, IxKMuse of his flux. 

And <when there goeth out from llany mani, 
an outflow of 8eod> then shall he bathe all 
his flesh in water, and be unclean until the 
evening. '^ And <in the case of any 
garment or any skin whereupon there shall 
come to lie au outflow of seed > then shall it 
l)e washed in water, and be unclean until 
the evening. '" Also <a woman 

with whom man lieth carnally >** then shall 
they bathe in %vater, and Ix' unclean until 
the evening. 

And <whena "womani! hath a flow, and her 
fluw in her flesh is i blocMi|;> <seven day8> 
.shiiU she coutinu-* in her removal, and 
. whrwoever toucheth lior'l shall be unclean 
until thn evening; ^ and [Iwhatsoever she 
lietl) u[X}n in her removal|| shall be un- 
demi.— -and nwhatsotivor she sitteth uponll 
shall Iw unclean ; -i and I|wh(Moever 
touc-ln-th her bed|| shall wash his clothes, 
and bathe in water, and be unclean until 

•^ Ml. : "thcartiple." 
•"Ur; "inmRtfo.w.*at." 
' Or: "iirticle." 

<" Ml. : *■ with an outflow of 

LKVlTICirs XV. -22-33; XVI. 1-15. 


«be «venuig; **iuid tlwltnsocver Touoh«^ 

xuiy thing* whpn»4m nho flitt^tlili nhnll wwh 

Itifl clciUti^, and Inthv in wn'er, ami tw 

um-lmn until the evening ; ^'nn'l <wliethBr 

. i»n herliwl' it is*, (ir un any ihing whtTvon 

3i»he hatli U>en sitting, when lie tmiolieth 

it> he ulinil b** uncli^n until thi* evening: 

auul <if m&n ftbnll fveii lit' wiOi tier, and 

twT cAU-w fur renuivttl Iw »i("ju liim> then 

t^luUl be Iw am'lwui wven <Uy.t, — and all 

«lic> brti wheivon he\l li« ) Hhall be 

vincU^an. ^ And <whtn 'any 

■*»T*nianV I flt»w uf bltHxl laMt'.'tl) many dnj's. 

■->ut«i<l*> tbu tirnf" uf hor n'liHtval, nr when it 

fflowoth Iwyaud her reiiK»vaI> all the days 

<rf her iinduun' flow ' Miall she be as in the 

<-iar» of her retruival — < unclean > »hi» W. 

i'jVU** the bvd whrrecm the Iteth during' all 

ihe day* of her flow I <"Uko her bed in her 

reni-ival > Khull )je tu hur, —and every 

thing wbLTt<iii hUt' HittiTth : sliall be Ijun- 

c-luaui, like the uuijIi.>anni9Ui in iier reinnval ; 

niid [whtrtoever Uiuchctb theai i nhall (w 

wnclfan,— ftnd sliall wash his clutht?ji, and 

bathe in wntrrr. and he uiielt^ii until the 

vvpning. '-* Bnt <if she W clean from 

|i«T flnw-> thrn Hh&ll thf count to her- 

«eU aevan drivs and <afterw-ards> shall 

«hfj citrnt hfrself clean. * And <ou tht* 

isighili d*y> t«hall sho taWt' to henwlf two 

turtl*- (lc)VHR, (IT tHtt young {>)g^jn->f — »i<l 

bring thHm in nnt^i thi.> |»rif4il, uiitti the 

(intrann> of tlmtatitnf met^ting; ""and the 

prieni ahall »ff<>r thi> one a^ it >tin-l>earer, 

and the other' oa an a<u>-nding-sAcrt6ce( — 

M> Rhalt tlx) pri^ht put n propitiatory- 

oovwring ovi-r her. bi-fon- Vahwph_ Ijetamee 

n{ her uncle&n' flow. 

*X*hu» sliall ye warn*' the rtin^ of larael from 

their unnleannpsa. 

And they xhnll not die in their tmcleanness, 

By reaunn of their making unclean niy 

hnbitatiim which i.s in thtiir midftt, 

IITThift" is the law — 

Of him tliat hath a ftnx,— 

And Tif bin] fmm whoui gtwjth an outflow of 

»rcd, making utictvan thiireljy; 
And of Imt that ix unwidl with her CAUse for 

Ahd of liim wb^se flu\ floweth. 

For the male, and for the f'-nialc,— 
'^bd for a mau wbu lifih wtth her that is 

t ZSS. The Ortttt Do'/ of Pntpitintion : fhtrr n 

i9 ' .A. 0(j Yahwtih sptke unto Mo^eM, aft«r thr death 
'•' *«io two *>iiii of jVun»n. - when they liivd 
^* "'M ttraugt' fipc'' iKfore Vahwnh. and died. 
' "^ ' V"«hweh said unto Mowci — 
• w. - •■ 

fcZJIvf^*******" -ftj it rfid be >, Oak., 

^2^ *^>il -m. (Ml- M8.. .Tub.. Vul.j 

1 a\lla **«P- ••**' ^n-)- »- I" •'W- X- I -On. 

- -TTT* V> -<iJi. [M.C.T. nmit-: "•(mitfft 

Spnak anto Amron thy lirother, that be dn twt 
w>mi' at all timcH* into the holy place, 
williin the vmU— into the preHonco of the 
prctpitiatory, which i» upon the ark, so 
■diall he nut die. for <in tJie cloud > will [ 
ftppejir'' npon the propitiatory. 
=■ <Hen!with>'' nliall Aaron come into the holy 
phuw,— With n biiUtJck. the ehiHce of tho 
lierd. tlM n '4iu-lM>arer, nntl u ratn oh un 
aMending-ftacrifiM:. * <A holy 

tunic of linen> ttliall he put on. and 
drnwera of HnetiH ahull l<e upon his flenh, 
and <with a l«nd of lim>n> ttliall he gird 
biniaelf, and <with a tiirlmn of linen > 
shall lii« head W wrappe<I altout, — <holy 
garment*i> they are', thetvfore ahall he 
iNithe ill water hiH fltwh, and ho put them 
<•«. " .A-nd <from the natkcnibly 

<»f the sonn of iKrat'l > ahall be rtweive two 
he-goat». for bctaring HJn,— mid tme ram. tu* 
un aHwnding-Hscrifice. 

* Tlien !*hall Aaron bring near tlic «in-beftring 
bullock which i* for himself,— ami put a 
|fropitint<"iry-ccvei-ing about hinwelf, and 
Mtf<.int lii.*^ houwhold. 

^ T1ti>n tihall he take the two faiat^. — and (-aiiw> 
tliem to xtand, befoni Yahweh, at the 
i*utnincB of the tent of meeting. "And 
Aat^JU (rhall caat lotV over the two guata, — 
one lot f*)r Valiweli, and one lot for 
AjcaseL' • Then shall .Voron bnng 

near the goat over which came up the lot 
for Yahweh,— and shull make uf him u 
fiin-heiuer; '"but <llie gont over which 
came up the lot for AMucel> Hhall ho iaum 
to Btftud alive— before Yahweh. to put a 
pnipitiatury-coveriug over him,— to send 
him away unto Axnr.el . towards the 

^' Hu Aaron iilmU bring near the aiii'bearing 
bullock which is for himself, nnd Hhall put 
a propitiatory-covering wbout him-wlf. and 
aljout his lioiiiKbold,— and .nhall hIav tJi<^ 
sin>1ieiiring bulhtck whicli ii^ fnr him.^'tf; 

^^ and shall take tin- u^UM^i-fuU of LhimiDg 

coal-i of fire from off the t»ttar. from tn.-foK* 
Yahweh, and hi« handn full of fragratit 
tnceiEiie. beaten mnall, — nnd linng within 
the veil ; '^ mid xball put the incent'e u()»n 
the ftro. liefiiTv Yaliweh, — and the cloud of 
incenM.' nhall cover the propitiatory which in 
over the testimony, and lie ttball not die.' 

^* Then ahall he take of tho lileod of the 

bullock, and nhall Kjmnkle wilb bis Hnger 
upon the face of tho prtipitiatory. e««t- 
wards— luid <before the propitiattiiy> 
».hall he sprinkle Heven times, of the Mood, 
with hi>t finger. 

1* Tlien Khali lie 5lay tlienn'*bearinggoat whieh 
U fot the people, and brtn^ in lU blood. 

• Or: " jimt »l anr I imp " ; 

or "on every "cfemkin." 

** Or . " ua I wont to up- 


■ <S: "thu«." 

' Fur Wttr on Aiazcl, we 
(t.T. Ap. "Thf eiKuin- 
• Or : " wUdemBw." 
'Cp. E»>. xTviii.Sft. 


LK^T^^c^;8 xvi. 16-34 ; xvii. 1—4. 

wthin the vfil,— and (1(» with itn M(jod,Rn 
he (lid to the l>hMKl uf thi- hullot-k. and slialt 
(*|iriiikl<) it. uixni the jmtpitiatory, and 
iK-'fort t)ie pntpitiattiry : '•*»<> simll he put a 
propitiat<>ry-ct>vt'ring over thir holy pln«\ 
b«\iui*e uf the um;leaniie.i« of the sons of 
Iumt'I, and liecaiiso of their tmnsgrcfwions^ 
to the extent of nil their sins,— and '!«>;, 
shall he do for the tent of meeting, which 
abideth with them, in tlie midst of their 
iinch'amiess. '' And no human 

bi'ing,- «h»ll l>e in the tent of meeting, 
when he «>meth in to make a covering by 
pn>pitiation in tho holy place, until ho 
gocth out,— so shall he put a propitiat*>ry- 
covering aUmt himself and about his 
household, and about all tlie fonv{x>ation 
of Israel. "* Then shall he go 

out unto tho altar wliich in t)efon' Yahweh. 
and shall put a propitiatory-covering there- 
upon, — and shall taVe of the h\iK)d of the 
bullock, aud of the Mood of the goat, and 
put ninm the honis of tlie altar, niund 
alxmt ; •• and shall H]>rinkh! upon it. of the 
bloo'l, with his finger seven times, — and 
shall clejinse' it and hallow it, from the 
iincleaniicsses of the sons of iKrael. 

*■" And <when he hath made an end of 
Crtering by propitiation the holy place, 
and the t«»nt of meeting, and the altar> 
then shall he*" bring near the living goat. 

'1 And Aan>n stiall lean his two hands, upon 
the head of the living goat, and eonfesn 
<»ver him, all the ini(iutties <if tho sons of 
Israel, and nil their transgressions. Uy the 
extent of all their sins, — and shall put them 
u])ou the liead of the goat, and then send 
him away, by tho hand of a man ap[K>inted, 
towards the des4Tt:' -- s<i shall the goat 
liear ujKm him all their iniquitiefi. into a 
lone' land.** — ond he shall set the grmt free, 
in the desert.*' 

** Then tihall Aaron come into the tent of 
meeting, and put off the linen' garments 
which he put on when he came into the 
holy place, —and shall leave them there; 

»* and shall bathe his flesh in water, in a 
holy place, and put on his [other] gar- 
ments, — and go forth, and offer his own 
a-tcending-HOcrifice, ind tlie oftcending-sticri- 
fice of the people, so slmll he put a pro- 
pitiatory-covering about himself, and about 
tho petiple; ^5 ai,{^ <with the fat of the 
sin-bearer> shall he make a ]K.'rfiime at the 

=* And ; he that sent away the goat unto 
A7.azelll shall wath his clothes, and bathe 
his flesh in water,— and < after that > shall 
he como into the camp. 

^ And the <sin-bearing bullock, and the sin- 
iMiaring goat, whose bhM)d was brought in 
to make a propitiatory -covering in the lioly 

■ F»iialwonlfor"ele»iwe." 

* Or : " one." 

' Or : " wiltlernes*.*' 

*Or: "]:md (if jtfcliwion"; 
or (ml,' "of cutting off." 

phice> hIiuU be carri'jd forth, outside the 
(■ani|>,--and they shall bum up,' in fire, 
their skins and their flesh, and their dung;** 
^ and , he that liath bunied them/ shall wash 
his clothcH, and bathe his flesh in water, — 
aud <after that> shall he come into the 

'-■^ And it shall bf.-come unto you, a statute i^fo- 
abidiug, — 
< In the seventli month, on the tenth of the 
month > 
Shall yv humble your st)ul8. 
And < no work > shall ye do, 
Tlie homelioni. 

Or the sojourner that sojoumeth in 
your midst ; 
="' For <on tliis day> shall a propitiatory- 

c<»v»?ring Ik.' put over you, t*> cleanse 
you, — 
<From all your sins liefore Yahweh > nhail 
ye Iw clean. 
■■•• <A sabbftth of sacred reHt>'' It is' unt« you. 
Therefore shall ye humble your souls, 
A statute age-abiding. 

^ Tlierefftre shall the priest who shall be 
anointt^], and installed, to mininter as priest 
in the.stoail of his father, |make propitia- 
tion', — 
So then he shall put on tho linen' garments, 
the holy' gannents ; 
^ And make propitiation for the hoi)'' sanc- 
And <for the teut of meeting, and for 

the altar> shall ho make propitiation, — 
<Over tho i)rie«ts aLso, and over all the 
people of the convocation > shall he put a 
covering by propitiation. 
^ St) aliall this bt«omo unto you an age-abiding' 
statute, -to put a propitiatory-covering over 
the SOILS of Israel, because of all their sins, 
liOnce in the year,.-. 
And he did' 

As Yahweh commanded Moeea. 

? 14. .S»fTf>'crjt to be fyfercd unto Yahwrh, not unto 
Unnonfi : Blood not to ftc mtrn. 

1 And Yahweh sjiake unto M(»8es, saying : — \*f 

'^ Si^enk unto Aaron, and unto his sons, and 
unto all the sons of Israel, and thou shalt 
say unto tliem,-- 
,,1'hiH, is the thing which Yahweh hath 
comniandotl. saying: 
•' < What man stxjver . there l)e of the house 
of Isnwl, who slayeth an ox or lamb or 
goat, in the camp, —or whoslayeth it out- 
side tho camp; * and <unto tho entrance 
of the tent of uu«ting> bringcth it not 
in, to present [it a**] an oblation unto Yah- 
weh, i>efore the habitation of Yahweh^ 
■ blotxl . shall be imputed to that man— 
'-:1>1(sh1"> Imth he shed, therefore shall 

•Cp. H<I). xiii. 11. 
Tp. chap. IV. 11, n. 

' Heb.: *h-»bhnthiiKmb}'nlMH. 

LEVrriCU3 XVII. 6— IS: XVTII. 1—13. 


ibnl miui ba ont nff fnmi the mid*t of 
hu (MKipIo: *tij the Wid tluit tli^ sona of 
bnutj DiAT hmug iii their sAcntiftst which 
Ihev' nje uffeting tlpuli the filLi: of the 
tield, ihat tiK-y luay briug ihfiii in unto 
Yahweh ~uut'> the A.'utinnct' of t)K* tent 
of uicrtin?. uitt'.t the |>rir<>}t,--aiid thnt w 
-iw |««ic«'-<>fft'riiiK» unto Yaliw»?h> tli^y 
TtiMy oITl^ tiioin. 'Th»n tthall the 

|)h4«t (Unh till* bluud" agaitwt the uluir 
■>f Yikhweh, at the entnucv of thu tent of 
meetiutf,— nud xhiUl mnkuapQrfuiueuf the 
fat. B» a Hituf>'inp oduar. unto Vahwi^h : 
•0 shall they nu im itv' uffer their 'acnBuen 
niito deuitnu.'* aft^^r wIhiui tlwy' ftre an- 
ctuMi^Iy goiti^ Awny. — < a lUtote Age- 
ftlnding> shall thii 1« t<t ihein. unto tlietr 
yeneratiouA. " Whenfforw <unto 

th^in> <«hAU ihuu aay : 

<[ What mnti nori-cr! Ihnrr iiuiy he of tb^ 
houw uf IiiracI, or «.>( tho Ewjuiiniort tliAt 
•oJ^Rini in llivir'' uiidAt,- whu aiusuth to 
V dp tin nsci->iidinK-<'tTeriut{.or n ■acri6ce: 
«ud <uuto th(f tiitiniioe of tho tmit of 
iu«rtiiiK> doth not bring it in, to offt?r it 
unto VAhwob>- then hIwH thnt man U; 
cut uff from imkung his kinsfolk. 

And <'|wliftt man soever there may be of 
the h'Mfie ill iKmd or of the sojuumem 
that Ktjouiii in iheiv' midiit. thiii par- 
takoth nf any manniT of blivxi^ then 
uill 1 wot my ineti na^iuni tht* (ponmn that 
partAlcFth of tho Mfjod, and will out him 
off from tht' midjtt "f hi« i^Miple. " For 
:ia# for ttt«t life* of the ftewhll <in the 
blnod> it in', therefore have il I piven it 
until ytm upon the )ilta.r, to put n pn>- 
[riti»tory-roVBrin^ over your livne,' — for 
<lhe hl<i>jd> it i»', which iby virtiioof the 
life* maketli pruiiil I'atiou. '- <F«r thin 
Cftu»e:> hitvu I said unto the Minsof leniusl. 
flNot a pen*oii from ntnung- yon| sliaU 

partake uf blood, - - 
Even Kthe fM)jonni»^r thai sojintnteth in 
yourmidnt I »hnll not jMKnkeof bKnid. 
And liwhat man Mieven' there nmy be, 
of thetutiAof Umel, or uf iheKiiJoumera 
that Mijonrn in their* raid<<t, who taketh 
by hunting; any wild-liutist or bird that 
niay be eaten> then shnll he |»our 
*ml the bloixl thrnvif, and uover il with 
duAt ; "for <a.* for the life' uf all 
ftnib> ithe Wood thereof: -cfor the life" 
tbMBof> Atandeth, therefore hat'e [ said 
unto cite iibiil of Umel — 

<Of the bliNtd of no manner uf flaiili> 
nhall re [Mrtakoi. 

^ Jerinlio mt\mx has: 
f'f (frxioil the biwid "— 
... N T. A|. '•Ufi«oo»." 

1. >w.(hA.,Joa.. 
r ai»4Vul.ih»r*: 
_ — <Kn. 

Km. !».Oii]i.,tt(ith, 


• V,: ■■•ouL" "It 
Mood with the 
ttdaff that mvwi 
-O.O. 4»i- 

' fn- ; " ttoctoiu." 

• flomecnd.(ir.8aa]. 
Jon., Sep. tuai 
'* fame"— 

i* th« 

, Onk.. 


Fur lithe Ufo* of all fleahl is !the blood 
tbervofll; whoau partaketh thenxrfll shall 
l« out oil. 

■* And <in the caw of any punnm who 
eflteth tliat which die^l of itself or waa 
torn in pieouet. whether hu \tv houiB-boni, 
or a iojouruer^ tbeu ptudl he waali hix 
olothw. and l<athe in water, and bo ud- 
duun until the eveniiif^, and then l>e clean. 

*• But <if he waab ihuuj not, and <hi* 

fleah> he do not lMahe> (hen ahall b«- 
hear lii« iniquity. 

K 15. Sexwtt Purit// wtraitln rnjuiitnt .Sufrma 
Intrvduelicn tutd fTonHutiim. 

1 And Yahweh apaku untu Mohpa, ikying : \^ 

• Spoak untu the i^otut uf Iiinujt, and thou 9halt 

Hay unto thwu,— 

1(1— Valiwelm am >-our God :— 
^ < After tlie duing^ uf the laud of RK>'|>t 

wheruiu ye d«ell> nliall ye nut do, — 
And -cafter the doiugs of the land of 
t.'aiuuui, whither |l , am bnutfing yuii 
iu> nhall ye nut <lo, 
Aiul <in their jitatutes> aliall ye not walk; 

• <My reffulation»> shall yc do. 

And <my Atat4ito»> Aholt ye otnerve, to 
walk therein,— 
III — Yahweh I aui your G<jd. 

• Tlwrefonp t^hall ye olMerve my Atatutes, and 

my reRulAtioTiK, 
Which <iX the •Mju of earth ahall do them> 
Then ahall he hve in them,— 

; I am Yahweh. 

• llNo person whatnoevcril <iinto any of the 

near kin uf his own flflah> xliall ap[>roaoh, 
la uncover the parta of ahaiuH,^ 

ill am Yahwi4i. 
T <Tho vhatne nf thy father, even the iihame 

of tliy motber> ithnit th<ni not unor»rer,— 
<tliy muther> tthti w', thou nholt not 
unouvuT hcrtthamtt. 

• <Tho ahame of thy fnther'a wirii> Hhalt 

thou nut uncover,— <rthy father's iiliame> 

it lit'. 
» -<Tlw shame of thy instor. daughter of thy 

father, <tr dntif^htcr of thy mother, born 

at hou»eorl<oni abro*d> thou shall not 

uncover theit Hhame. 
'" <The «hamo of tlie daughter of thy aon, or 

the danghtHr of thy daughters thouiihalt 

not uncover their wlianie.— for thine own 

ahame | they are'. 
" <Thc aliame uf the daughter of thy fatherV 

wife, bom to thy fnthtir, mbe beinif jthy 

siJtter , -> thtm ahalt not unoover her shame. 
■3 <The ahaine of thy father'i ai>tter> sbalt 

thou not nnopver,— *<thy father'i near 

of kiu> ahe ia'. 
'* <The shame of thy mother^ diHt«r> nhalt 

'U.: "BOul," "It il the 
Mood with tlif lirinf bv- 
init that ooren over." 

^Sonuf iimI. (». Sep., Byr, 
and VuJ.) insert: "fat" 
— Oji. 


LEVITICUS XVni. 14—30; XIX. 1—13. 

tht)U not uncuver, — for <thy mother's 
near uf kin > nhe is'. 

'■* <The shame of thy father's brother> «halt 
thou not uncover <unto» his wife> shalt 
thou not approach, <thine aunt> Khe is'. 

'5 <The shame of thy daughter-in-law > shalt 
thou not uncover^ — <thy son's wife> she 
is', thou shalt not uncover her shame. 

'* <Tho shame of thy brother's wife> shalt 
thou not uncover, — <the Hhamo of thy 
hrother> it is'. 

" <The shame of a woman, and of h«r 

daughtcr> shalt thou not uncover, — 
<iieither the daughter of her son nur the 
daughter of her daughter> shalt thou 
take, to uncover her shame, <near of 
kin> they are', <wickednees> it 18. 

" And <a woman unto her 8i8ter> shalt thou 
not take,— to cause rivalry, by uncovering 
her sliune. besides her own. while she is 

" And <uiit<> a woman during her removal 
for uncleanneHS> shalt thou not ap- 
proach, to uncover her shame. 

* And <of the wife ofthy neighI)our> ishalt 
thou not have carnal knowledge,^— to 
commit uncleanneas vrith her. 

■^1 And <none of thy Boed> shalt thou deliver 
up, to cause to paas through to Molech,— 
that thou profane not the name of thy Ood, 
||I,[ am Yahw^.« 

^ And <with mankind> shalt thou not lie. 
as Mrith womankind, — <an a)x>minaticm> 
it is'. 

» And <ofnolieast> sltalt thou have carnal 
knowledge, to oommit uncleannesH there- 
with, — neither shall |[a woman;| present 
herself to a beast to couch down thereto, — 
<confu8ion> it is'. 

^ Do not make yourselves unclean, in any of 
thewe things, — 
For <inall tht»'ethings> have the natioutt 
made themselves unclean, whom ;il*| am 
sending out from bofore yau. 

** Therefore hath the land l>ecome unclean, 

and I have visited the iniquity thereof 
upon it,— and the land hath vomited 
her inhabitants. 

■*' 1 Yell*' therefore, sliall observe my statutes 

and my regulations, and have nothing 

to do with any of the-se abominations,— 

whether till" home-bom, or the aojounior 

that sojoumeth in your midst ; 

>'or <all those alKtminations> have the 

iin.'ii of tho laud dimi*. wlio wi>ro 

l)fforo you ; 

And so the land |lmthI)Cc<jrucmi<;K'an j: 

■ Rome cod. (w. Sam.. Jon., 

Pep., Pyr., and ear. pr. 

eda.j have: "iind imt*i" 

'*iS\.: "unto . . . fhnlt 

thou not give an emiwion 

of BCOd." 

•■ (»r 'rend nn; : " ,rif ; Me— 

^ In H'laf cod. (w Sniii.. 

Sop., Kyr., and \'iU.) 

■'vc' hiis no imphaxis. 


■■« So -shall tlie land not vomit yon', through 

your making it unclean, — as it vomited 
the nation which was before you. 
^ For <who(K»ever shall have anything to 

do with any of these abominationfl> 
the perHons who have' I shall be cut off \ 
out of the midst of their people. 
** Tiierefore shall ye keep my charge,' 

So that ,ve may have n'lthing to do with 
any of the abominable' statutes with 
which they liave had to do before yon. 
So shall ye nut moke yourselves unclean 
thereby, — 

ill— Yahwehll am your God. 

i Ifi. Holineta enforced upon alt the Anemhty hy a 

Variftif ofdetaiieti Comiaandt. 

1 And Yahweh sjiake unto Moses, saying : 19 

- S])eak unto aU the assembly of the aons of 
Israel. and thou shalt say unto them— 

< Holy > shall ye be, — 
For <holy> am ''I — Yahweh — your Godll 
^ Ye shall every one'l revere I'hia father and 

his mother" 
And <my sabt>ath8> shall ye observe. — 
■ I— Yahwehll am your God. 
* Po not turn unto things of nought, 

.And <molten gods> shall ye not make 
to yourselve-i,--- 

,;l— Yahweh ' am your God. 
■ And < when ye would offer a peace' .offering 
untoYahweh> ye shall offer it j'that 3^0 
may be accepted .. « <0n tho day ye 
offer it> sh.all it be eaten, [and on the 
morrow;,— but iithat which remaineth 
until the third dayi| <in fire> shall be 
c<msuined. ' And <if it libe' eaten J on 
the third day> <unclean>'' it is', it shall 
not l)e accepted. ** But?|hethateateth it:i 
<his ini(]uity> shall bear, because <that 
which had lieen hallowed unto Yahweh > 
hath lie profaned, — so then that pcmon 
sliall )>t> cut off from among his kinsfolk. 
And <\vhen ye reap tlie harvest of your 
Innd> thou .shalt not wholly clear the 
Ixinler of tliy field, in i-eaping, — nor shalt 
thou gatlier up 'the gleaning of thy 
harvest . '"And <thy vine.vard> shiUt 
thou not go over again, nor gather 'every 
single gra|X'': <for the poor and for the 
wtj<>urii('r> shalt thou leive them', 

il— Yahweh;! am your God. 
'1 Ye shall not steal.— nor deceive nor lie, 

one man to another ; 
'" Xnr swear hy my name, falsely, — 

And so profane the name of thy God: 
1 . am Yahweh. 
'^ Tliou shalt not oppress rhy neighbour 

nur r-ili [hjnij. — 
The'' WiiL'cs of liim that is hired 

■ ill. : " "lir-eiTi? mi 

*■ On "rejfflfd.'' 

fuw"— I'.H. 

•■ Kf- 

■ SiinuMtxl, w, r- [in,. .I(in. 
:iini Se|i., : " und Oie" — 

LEVITICUS XIX. 14— .-$6. 


■liall not tuny with tboe , until tbe 
Tbuu sh&lt t» it curae thf* de«f, 
Niir < tM^fore the blind > pUoe a stumbling- 
Mo xliAlt thnu fftand in awn of thjr Ood, 
ll ■ *m Yahweh. 

Ye mIioII iiPt net pervenely in giving 
Tliiiii ihnlt neither rapect the peraoii uf 

the p<"jr, 
\ur pivfer (he pernou of the (frent, — 
<lo nghtct>tiiini««> i*halt thou jurtfru thy 

Thua nhalt ntit go about tnlebearing. 

ftTuong thy people,' 
Thun aIiaIi not '' ctand b/, over th« blood 
uf thy neighlxiur : ' 

III II un Yaliweh. 

'fhou shalt not hate thy brother, in thy 
Thou -iholt lifnithfully ruiiruvull thy 
twighbuitr, snd nut cuuntennnoe him, 
ill *in:* 
ThvRi fthalt m>t take vengeanoa. neitlier 
whalt thou ctterish anger Againnt the 
■uijM of thy people, 
8ii mImU thou love thy neighbour, on 

rill am Yohweh. 

<My iitiiltittM> Mlmll ye obMirve. 
<Thy lN9aKtii> Hhalt thuu not CHUite to 

brwd iu two kindii, 
cThy field > filuilt thuu not now with 

two tart* (rf wed, — 
And <a garment uroren oS diverae 
tliTesd8> Hhalt thou not suffer to 
ouDie upon thee. 

And <whowoev«r lieth lainmlly with a 
woman, <«he being a Ixnidnmid, no<|uir«d 
for' a himhand, and nmthcr tivdwniedl 
uor Ifnxtdom; given hnr> inquiKitinnll 
•haU be made, they Hhnll nut be put 
to dvach. becauwe «he wom not free ; 
but he thai! bring in hi* guilt-ljeamr 
unto Yahweh, unto the entrance of the 
1«nt of mbcttng.— even u ram an a 
guil(-b«arer ; ■■ and tlie ijrieitt iJiall put 
a propitifttorycovmng over hiui. with 
the guih-bearing' r«u. tiefon* Yahweh. 
(« ocooiuit of hU am which he bath 
ui4umitted, — no nliall he have fof^vo- 
QMa, fnna hia nin which he hath com- 

.Vod <when ye cume into tbe land, and 
plant any mnnni^r of fruit-trw> then 
«]»aU ye c*mtii lui uncircumoiDed the fniit 

• Ml- • 

TT" .^■r. or. mUi. i lunf! 

^'5j**w^uat tlwu" 
• - ^*j, ^ji Q,(„ „^ ^^1 

have the blood of thy 
ncJKhtH'ur t>htd" — r.B. 

* ( »r ■ ■• I'fl . tJii hill Mciunt, 
tlwiu lasLT pin.'* 

• iSo O.u. ■■ ttivm up to" " LettiUly <if^- 
iruird to ^tuAtua man" 

thereof. <thrFe yekn> *liall it be to 
you an if unclean.* it nhal] tuit be mten. 
But <ln the foiinh ypAr> oU ihe fruit 
ihenH'f Hhall Ix- hallosved fur u fmtlvul 
(if tlianUiigivingci unto Yahweh. ■" vVnd 
<\u thr fifth yenr> khall .ve (»t the fruit 
thi-reof, that it miiy ''nrioh you with )t» 
increoae, — 

'il— Yahwehll amyoartiod. 

Yt- ahaU eat nothing with** the blood 

thervof, — 
Ye dull not prooUw divination, neither 

•hatl ye une magic. 
Ye tfhall not cbave In a circle around your 

head,*' — nor ihalt t hou diatigrire tbe 

fringe of thy board. 
<CuttingQ for a dead pen(UD> ** shall ye 

nut make" in yonr fleah. 
And <punacurea in your punMjns> «haU 

ve not printf — 

mil am Yahweh.' 

Uo not prtrfano thy daughter, by uumdng 
her to be uuchiwte,— hwt the land fall to 
unchoBtity, and mt the land be filled 
with wickedueiw." 
<My dabbatliH^ iihall ye obM>r%'e, 
And <my Minctuary> hIuiU yc revere,— 
'iTl AW Yahweh. 
Do not turn unto mediums.*' 
Nor <for orocleio make itearch. 
To reiidur youmulviM unclean with 
tlieni. — 

III— Yahweh l| am year God. 

<Before a hoary head> ahalt ihou riu up. 
And Hholt honour the prewnoe of an 

So Bhalt thou stand in awe of thy (rod — 
11 M am Yahweii. 

And <when there aojoumeth witli thee* a 
twjuumer. in yuur Und> ye. nhol] not 
oppt^ew him : 
<Aa one home bum fmni amt>ng yonr- 
4elve8> shall bo unto yon thw mijoimier 
who sojoumeth with you. 
So sholt thou love him ax thynelf. 
For <»ojwimerw> beenme ye. in the land 
"f Eg>'i.t, 

III -Yohwuhil am your Qod. 

Ye shall nut act perversely in giving 
judgment,— in raeasunM of extent, in 
weights, in mesMircs of ca|iscity : 
< JuK bnlanoee, just weighta. a just ephoh. 
and a just hin> shall yv have,— 

111 — Yahwehli am your God, 
who hrrjught yoo forth out 
of the land of Egypt. 

which i«M' mid**- : " |ll— 

Yahweh | a&i jtiurGod.''] 

■ Or: "towdiiaw," "ta- 

^ Or : " unrh tw haw fiuol- 
Unr Mpdritft." 

> rioiov umI. |w. Han., Oak., 
Jon., H«p.,!iTr.«n(lVul.) 
Imivb; "you — G.o. 

*3fl.: " iinririMitnri w*^ /' 
^Ml.: "upnn.'' 

* r.K.: "M) M to 1<«T« K 
turtiif linlr."— Uaviea. 

•r.; •■«rtU." 

• Ml.: •'•et.' 
'aomt euA. ;w Onk.3iS.. 

Stp. maA Hyr. uld : 
"yoorOul"— O.p. [In 


S Thwefore siuJX ye obierve itll my sUtntn 
Mid »n mj cognkciuoi. Mid d^ tliMn,— 
I lun YiihweK. 

JM> ' And Yahw<>h Hpftke unto >!<»», Miving : 

« <Unio the •on* o* Iu*e1> therefore, »U»lt 

<>jWluit nwn foemr" there mAV be of the 
Buoa of Imel, or of thv Kijcmruen tllAfc 
njoam in Urw^l. thjit tin'''*^th of hb wed 
■aloMiileeh>*heRluU l«ur«lvV t»t to 
daatblL— 'thi> \JBup\v of the Und i ftholl 
Htonn him with wtuiiw* ; ^ I, alsr > I will net 
my fact* ogxinHt ibiit nuui, and «iU cut 
him «"ff out of the uitbt of h» people, — 
becMiM: <of h»Beed> hath he given unto 
Molech.* tMRTing that he hath mode unolgnn 
my Minc-tuary, even to th«^ «*xiimi of pro- 
fanini; uiy holy* name. * But <if the 
people of the land d«j even hide! their 
eytH from tlutt mau, when he giveth of his 
seed unto Mulech/— »o aa not to pat him to 
death> ' then w^lI ' I tnysetfi net my faoe 
agninst that man, and agninft Inn fnmily,*' 
— and will cut him off, and all that follow 
unchaMtety after him— in going unchafltely 
after MoI«h'— oat of the midst of their 
people. • <The perwn «l«o tliat tiimeth 
unto mediumx and unto ornrleM. in goinff 
unofaaMtel y aftfir them > thtmn-ill I net my 
face BgiiinAt that imtmoii, and viW cut him 
off out tit t he midxt uf htH [leuple. 
T Therefore HJiall yo hallow yuuranlvenand be 

BecatMO !l— Yaliwehli amyaurGod.'> 

* Tlitirefore rthall ye obMn^v iny utAtuten, and 

do them. — 
: I— Yahweh' am he tliat in hailovring 

* <Wlien <any niun nrh&twieveri' cursoth hiM 

father or hin uiuther> he tihall jBiuvly be 
put to death ;— <his father or hiA 
tnotlitsr> hath he cuned. {:hi»bloodl1 Hball 
be npon faiouwilf.* 

M And <'{aaymiui who oommitteth lululter^' 
with the wife of any other nian> he that 
vommitteth' adultery with the wife of hi* 
neighbour,! shall iinuruly beputtodcathir- 
ji the adulterer, and tlio ndulteru^^l. 

11 Aud <aDy roan who heth with hi» father'a 
wife> <the fihame of hif« fAther> hath 
uncovered, ^they both flhall usurcly be put 
to deathii— titheir bloodll nhiiU be upon 

^ And <anyman who Ueth with hisdaughter- 
ia-Uw> they both shall l Hiirely lie put to 
doathli <ounfQsion> have they wrought — 
i:thoir blood il nhall be upon thenirtelvea.' 

• f>r : *' imtrt the Hnl- 

i-Cp. Vm: x*iU. 2. Ton- 
trMt : Jpr. xxxi. 2P. 

• Or: "»ftarthcldol-licio«.** 
^ Hume cod. (w. Hum. uul 

Hm.) have. "becaaMe 
boiTain I— Yabwchyuur 
Ood'— O.n. 

• I.r.: tlic r(><p(ini<il>llity for 
tllP nh<<<}<lill|C '•( hUbluod 
)* in hlmNdf. 

' f*»inw i'<m1. (W. Sep.. 8yr. 
uid ViU.): "or iitml) vmo 
comraittetb " — U,n. — 
[I'crh. ui tuiiitvMtvnt Tv- 
petitioo. rp. r.B. p. 91. , 

< »«• vewefl, II. 



And <Miy mnn who lielh with mMikiDd ■ 
withwamMikind><anabanunMion> have 
both <A tlinn wrought,— Uicy Jiall ; rarely 
be put to deathl-Htbeir lOoodi abaU be 
npoo tbetowlvea.* 

And <lluifnuui!' whotakftb a woman and 
herinoCber> <wickodiM>wft>* it is'. — <in 
fire> nhaU both he and they In! cun»umed, 
that wiekednem' l>e mrt m y-'ur mid«t. 

And <: anymanr whohathcamal knowledgr 
o(a benKt> ilull I'lniivly be pat to deathly 
—and <thebewt> ahallyeiOay. 

And < awomanl.wiwnpprcmcheth onto any 
heofit. to OMich down tbMVto> then almlt 
thou slay the woman and the benat, — th»j 
shall .mn-'ly be pat to death II— J their 
blood r fdiall be upon tbemwdYe*.* 

And <lianynuui1 wlmtaketh hiiiabter— hi» 
father^ dwighter or Us niot)ier'i» daugh tvr. 
Mtd vieweih h«r shune., and I slie'l vieweth 
hi» fthaine> <a dugraoe> it i»*,— thej- 
fhall therefore be cut off in the sight of 
the suns of ihejr people,*— <the tluune of 
bit ri«ter> hath he uncovered— <h» 
iniqmty> ^hall he bear. 

And <.;any nianl who lieth with a woman 
having her wckness. and umicwfrvth l»e-r 
Bhanie^ <her»fountain>halh heexpoped, 
ilsbell alM> hath unoox-ered her fountain nf 
blood,— they ahall iher^fon' botli be cut 
off, fjut of the midst of their people. 

And <tl»e ahame of thy mother's nstor, or 
of thy fathor'n «Hter> «halt thou not 
ononver,— for <hisnearof kin> hath he 
ex imeed- < their iniquity > shall they 

.\nd <:iany wanll who Ueth with hw udcIbV 
wife> <thc»hameuf hi8U]iL'le> liath h* 
uncovered, — < their 8iD> uliall they bear — 
<cbi1dIraR> >«haU they die. 

And <::anymiinl who taketli his bruther^s 
wife> < impurity > it is',— <the »tluktne 
uf liiM brntlier> liath he uncx>vered — 
<ohildh»A> »hall th«y remain. 

Tlierefora hIimU yl^ olnerve all my atatutcw^ 
and all my rwifiilntionii,, and do them, — 
Su shall tlie land, wliervinto 1' am briug- 
ing you to dwell therein. |not voout ^ 
yiniforthl;' f 

So idiall yp not walk in the Btatute* of the 
nation" which 1' am cn.4tin^ out fntiii 
Ijufori' you, — 
For <fl.ll these things> hod they done, 
Tlierefore I nhhurred them ; 
And -said uutu yon— 
.lYe:| tilinllpoHwsri tlieirwitl. 
Yen I niywlf'l will give it you to 

f KIWUVIH it. 


" TJt.: "o male," 
^ Sw term: V. ii. 

• Or : •' Inrdnew." " fa- 

* Noli? this (tpvcliil w«m- 

•■ Sciiof Mid. (w. Onk, MS. 
and Hyr.) huvv : " lUid 

her*"— <ij». 
' Obwrrp this mcwt ngnifl- • 

WUit %11W of xpeo'h ; cp„ 

chiip. xHU, ». 
'Soniewid. >w.**«oi.,C>nk.. 

Jtm., Stif., Sj-r. and Vul.) 

luive: '■n«tiiiu«'*^4>.n- 

LEVITICUS XX. 25—27; XXI. 1—22. 


A bnd flowing with milk ^nd 
rl— YAhwehi; nm jrour Rod, who have 
dintiitfoii^hwl yrm' frt>m thr iw^pleo ; 
Therefore *haM yo make n di«tinctiou— 
Betweim the olMin benatH, and the un* 

ckma, — 
And botwven th« unckwi birds. And 
tht? cltf»n/ — 
So dhall ye not make your perwms* 
nbonitunble with Wjuit. or with bird, or 
with (inytbinK which cTVHjii'th ujuJii the 
(rround. which T havf distintj:uit4hcd for 
yon [lag imclHanlU 
Th»"T«"fnm Hhall yn bp uiiUi roe, holy 
prnumtt, for <ho!y> am ||I— Yah- 
Tht«r*f<in; h*r« I difltitigui^hiKl you from 
thi:! petijilcM, tliat ye may be mine. 
Ami «n tuuchiuK miui or wununlj 
<whMi there shall hv in them a 
fojniliAr ?pfnt. or tiw spirit nf an 
onu:le> " thoy shall iitmn-ly be put U) 
duatlili.— <witJi »iMiujii> shall they 
be Htuuvd— Jtlicir blood J stiall be 
upoii ttioniaulvtM. 

817. KtprfMl tinnffiti/ n^jninnl on thr PruMt. 

SX ' And Y«hweh Aaid vmto Mdmw, 

bay unto the prie»tx, tbt« nunn uf Aarou, — yea 
thou shalt my untr* thtnn, 
-cFor A dead pt'mon > ** (Uiall no utte make 
himnelf nnclt^an, among hi^ people : 
' Sat-ing for his kin. that are near unto 

fur bi« mutber or for hiH fatlior, ur for 
lus Mm ur fur hifl daughter, or fur his 
brotlwr ; ' or for his histor, a virgin who 
is near unto him, who iK.-longcth not unto 
A hu-tl«and,— <fur lM'r> he may make 
hiuiM'U uuoloiui : 

* He fehiUl utit maku himself unclean, beinff a 

chief * among his people,— by pTufaning 

himAulf : 
' They nhill Dot make a bftldnett behind 

in their head. 
And <t)ie bordor of their beard > shall 

they not out off,— 
And <: in their fleah> hIuII they not make 


• <HoIy penrms> shall they Iw untxi their 

&ixl, and not profane thu iiiuim' of their 
Uod, — for <the nltar-flamw of Yahweh. 
th« f'wd <i( their fiiid> do they bring 

^^ertfora sliall they be holy. 
<A woman tliat is nnchiute or 
hoaoui«d> iluill they not take. 


• Om Mvaio u in tttuat. 
X. loT and Xi, 4Ti. 
uufk tbs dsi iu i— tk a: 

•V. : " KtnJ*-" 

> AMcmlhiit tc OM.. p. 15. 

better: "a man or a 
wotnan. If then- A6 be 
amcmK than a nuciutDBO- 
eer Of wiiiuil." 

* V.i "fnrsBOUl." 

•Heh Wm(. 

And <a woman diTvnved from ber hus- 
band > shall they not t«ke,~ 
For <hnly> he in' unto his Gorl. 

• Ther(*fore niialt thnu hold him as holy, for 

<tlie food of thy (n>d> doth he bring 

near, — 
<Holy> shall be be tu thoe. 
For <holy> am ill — Yahweh who am 
making you holy. 

* And <the <hiughternr any' priest, when 

fhe jUMfaiiPtli hei>elf by uiirhaMtity> 
<Hi?r fatlu'r> f[Hhp|l dnth profane, <witb 
firR> Hhall rih» Ix' cunmimivl. 
*• And <aa for the high pri(«t frtun among 

his brethnm.upun whi>!Ut liejul is jxHire-d 
the anointing' nil, and who is inntalled, 
by putting uu the garm»-'nti> 
<Hib head> shall he not Iwre,* 
And <htA garmeDts> shall lie uot rend ; 
" And <untonoper»uns*'of tbedeAd> shall 

he go in,— 
<For his (uther or for his mother > 
shjill he not make himself unclean ; 
^ And <out uf the i(anetuaiy> Mball he nut 
go forth. «o ttlmll he not profane the sane- 
tuary of his God,— for llie ooniMcratlon*' 
of the anointing' oil of liii God b upon 

11 1 1 am Yahweh. 

■^ But vlhell shall take liu woman in her 

virpnityri : 
" < A widow, or a dirorcod woman, or one 

ditthouuured - an unchaste womau> 
l!these" i<ha]l he uot take. 
But <ft virifin from among hiif own kins- 
fotk> shall he take to wife ; 
•* So whatl he not prttfnne hU seed, among 
For '1— Yahweh!' do hallow h!m. 
"• And Yahweh >t|)ake unt^i Moses, «uying: 
>' Speak unto Aaron, itaying. — 

;{Ka man of thy Kotnl, unto their gt'nemtiuni, 

in whom Hhall he any blumislij! shall 

uume near, to imwont the food of his God. 

*B Surely, lino man in whom is any blemiBhIl 

shall cuuiB near,— No mun who is 

blind or lame, or hath a flat nuee. or is 

lanky ; >** nor any man whuhath a broken 

foot,— or a broken hand ; ^lor is hump- 

fanokod or a dwarf, or hath defective 

TMum,'— or hath scurvy or soab, or is 

crtuhcd In the Bteoes : 

^' No II man in whom is a hlemtsh, of the seed 

of Asruu tlm priexti! tihsll approach, to 

bring near thu altitr-fliiineH of Yahweh, — 

llablemislill is in him, <.the fou<I of his 

Gwl> Hhall he not approach' to bring 


« <(>f the foiKl of hii ihid, both of the 

most holy,- and the haly> may lie 


• " HhsII Dotniiror tho hair 
of bin head to huiK lotMC- 

»Ut: "MuLk" 

• 8u 0.0. e&iK 

-»o in efleot O.G. "A 
blemiali is hit eye " tJB. 
("White •pecks" — 1^- 
•hita : ' • « running' *' — 
Taryum. Hmt.] 


** Only' <uuto the vcfl> shall he uol eamv 
in. luid <unto tlie dltAr> Aholl lie not 
npjjnjAcb — btjcuiive :• blemish i: i» iu him, 
•o thai! he nut pruf&ue my iuus 
Fur !fI~YKhwt^ll uii hftllowini; them, 

** And MtJiieM i)|Mfcke [these thiiign] onto .\Aron. 
And unto hi> wtw,— ami nntpft aU the ftmn nf 

83 1 And Yahweh H|)ttke> unto M(w<;ti, fiaying : 
^ Speak unto Ann>ii, and unto hi* aun*. 

Th»t tht^y hold ucredly stcuf* fnnn the 
holy thtngB uf tho mora of iNmel, «■ as not 
to pn>fftne Diy holy* nninc,- in the thin^ 
which Hthoyl art* hallowing iinto lut — 
lllll atn Yahwuh. 
' Hay unto thnm— 

<Uiita yonr gBn<*rAt)on«, a« touching any 
man who ooroHth nisar from among any of 
your aeed. unto the hallowed thingM which 
the aona of lacael may hallow unto 
TahMreh, wliile his uncleanntMtt h iipcm 
hini> then »)iall thai penou be cut utT 
ftuttx btif ore nw— 

llln am Yahweh. 

* ilNo man Mever of the awsd of Aaron, who 
ii a leper, or hath a flux 11 shall eat llof the 
holy thtnfrx'l until he be dean, — 

And <a« fur him whu famdK^th anythinR 
that ia unulean hy the dead, or a man 
whuw seed gueth fnmi him ; ' or a man 
whu toucheth any cnwfnnK thing, which 
iB unclum to him, — ur [tuucheth] any 
huDoan being wliu liatb tiiifluannues, to 
the extent oif any thing tlmt maketh liim 
tmcleAu> ' |!auy iivnton wtiu tuucheth 
any «uch,^ ahall then be unclean until the 
eraning,— and Hhall nut t«t of th*^ lial- 
lowed things, unlem hf bathi^ hid B«w}i 
in water. "^ <Wlien the nun goeth 

in> then is he clean, —and < thereafter > 
ho may eat of the hallowed things, tor < his 
food> it W. '*<Tlia.l which dit'th 

of itaelf. or U t<jm in |>iix»it> shall hu 
ntit eat, to make hi mnelf unclean thereby,— 
|]l!l am Yahweh. 

* Thorofore fthall they keep my eliarge, *" and 
Hh4kU not bear, for it. nin, and die therein, 
when they profane it,— 

1— Yahweh nm liallowing them. 

10 ^Vnd uu Ktrangt^r I »hall eat what in hal- 
lowed,— miither 'one who dwi-IIptli with a 
priutt. nor II hin^lingii shall int what ia 

i> But <whun Ha priost" bu.vcth any {wtaon.' 
M the purclia«e of his i«ilver> ihe 1 may 
M»t tlu-rvuf.—iuid <iliL' childreu of h^ 
hmiftehold > i they i may eat of hU ffxid. 

1* And <when lla primt'fi daughteri! belungcth 
to a huabMtd who is a itrwiger> Eliihei; 

* /.•.: when sMlnaiuw b»- 
oome* II datr by rcwnii 
»f the fdUtnrtog diMUU- 

^Or: '*a1it«rT« what I 
have viWD tfann to ob- 

•r. ; "(OUI." 

<ar the heavcufferiiig u( the hallowed 
thing* > may not eat. 
■* But <when la prie«t*» dauyhterl cnn>«tli | 
lo be a widow or divnpwyl. and hath I no' 
MMHlii, aiidso aherotunielh utit4> the huuM | 
of her father, an, iu l»er youth :> <of tlie 
food of her fother> she may eat.— but 
buoatnuigerli thnil eat thereof. 
»* And <when 'iiuiy muni eatrth what ia 

hallowed, hy iiii»take> then shall he 
add the hfth part uf il theretuiio, and 
give, unto the priest, tlie hallowed 
thing : 
^ So thall they not profiaM the hallowed 
things of the flona of Iwael,— which they 
be«vo up unut Yahweh : ** nor caoae 
thorn to bear guilty* iniquity, when they 
eat their hallowed things,— 
Fur III— Yahweh II am hallowing theat. 

§ 18. Hofinttt furihrr rnforrtvi oa MA Prirttn nnd 
FtvfJf tiff r*rtiuntd frtr Ptrfert tPffrrin0». 

" And Yahweh apake unto Mesen. saying : 

'" Speak unio Aaron, and unto hts Mins. nnd 

unto all the wms of Tsmel, and tbuu 

shalt say unto them — 

<Whnt man soeverii of the house of Israel, 
or uf the sujoumera' in Israel, may briag 
near his oUation. as regardeth any of 
their vows, or any of their freewill offer- 
ings which they may bring near unto 
Yikh weh . as an aMending-micritioe >> 

'■ <that ye may be acce|>t«d> [it must be] 

a male without defect, of the beevea, or 
of the shwp. or of the goats : " <whafcBO- 
evcr liath in it a blemish > shall ye not 
bring near,— for it ahall not be accepted 
for yoiL 

'• And < whosoever would bring near n pence'- 

offerhtg unto Yahweh, to cooseorate a vuw, 
or as a frwwillHiffering with a bullock 
or a sheep > <without (lefect> sballit be. 
to be accepted, no ;|blemiih|| shall be 
therein. " Blind, or broken, or rent, or 
having a running aore. or scurvy. or ■cab> 
ye shall nut bring these near unto 
Yahweh,— and nu <alur-flamc> shall 
ye ftreeent thurefrum u])oa the altar, 
unto Yahwelu " <WietlM'ran oior 

a lamb, hmg iw short In limb> <a«a free- 
will nffvring> (huu mayent offer it. 
Init cfar a vuw> it shall not be 
acceptwi. «* But <that which is 

bruised in the stones, or broken therein. 
or toni IT cut> shall ye neither bring 
near unto Yahweh, nor <on your own 
L»nd> shall ye offer. » <:Even at the 
hand of the son uf a stmnger > shall ye 
not bring near the food of your tiod. of 
any of tlie»e,— fur i' their damagell ia in 
them, lla blmniKhll is in them, they dukll 
not be accepted for you. 

■Sorootnd. (w. fiani..8«p., 
Byr. nnA Viil.i ivM : 

" that sujnum "— 0.n. 


rT xxitr. 1—42. 

" And Tikhwvb wptSm nato Hewn, myinf :— 
^ <Whea 1> bMvii or « ifaoep or % goatH b 
bnniifat forth > then Ahall it be seven 
d«yi under it* dnm,— ond <fn)ni the 
etgfatli dux And onwaix]ii> it t<haU be 
Aooeptedanun obUtion uf au altar-flnnw. 
onto Yfthwuh » <Wheth«rcowor ewo — 
it and ita faung> ah&U ye not •hiught4fr 
cm one dnj. 
And <irh**n yi' would offer n *acrific« of 
thnnka^ring imto Vahwroh> <fc)r your 
AOoein»nov> shall ye uffcr it.* ^ <On 
lh«Mmeda]r> iiliaU it In* t-nt^n, jreaball 
But leavo tbereuf until niurniudr,— 

<[I am Vahweh. 
So then yt> mhall titMervc my orjinmand* 
mentis uid d(i them,— 

III': am Yahweh. 
So shall >•« nut imifaoe my holy' name. 
So ihall I he hallowed in the midat of the 
aoneol laratU,— 
Mill am Yaliwuh, whu am hallttuing 
TDU; Whu brought yuu fnrth uut 
of the land uf Kio'pt* 'hat 1 might 
hecunu* yuur* (iud,— 

Itlil am Yahweh. 

f 19. Appointed tientwu. 

S3 ' And Vahwph Hpake unto Mcttee, saying : 

* Sptmlt unUt tht! snoM of Israel, and tliou shalt 
aay unto them, 

< An for the apiKnnted nnuwins uf Yahwoh, 
which ye shall pmolaim an holy ooo- 
%ucatiun8> thonell are they — my 
appointed Mfownut : — 

<Six dAyfl> shall work ho done, hut <on 
tlie wriTPiich day > ^all th<*re bea sabbath 
t>f i«t:n»1 rt'Bt. A hfily om vocation, <no 
wurk> tthall y« dn,— -ca Nibliath> fthall 
it \n! uutu Yahweh, in all y»ur dvrrllintfs. 

I'nkBHl are the appnint^vl xeaAons of 
Yahweh, huly cnnvocstinnSf — wliioh ye 
shall pruclaim in their appointed 

<lu die fint month, on the fi>urt(^-nt.h'> of 
the month, hetw«en the oveningK>'" w 
m VtiuMtvt^r iiiitt> Vftltwcli ; * aiid <im thf 
fiftcoat)i day uf tliia iit(mtli> is tlie fes- 
tival of unJuAVened cnk*« uiil4^> Yahweh.^ 
<sovefi days— unloA veiled cake«> hImU 
ye mt. ^ <Om tho first day— a huly 
ooi]vacation> nhall then* bo to you : <no 
UbririnitA «vork > shnll yv d»». " So then 
ye shall bring m«r au altur-flamo unUi 
Yahweh, Meven dayii, — ctm"* the seventh 
day> [shall titere be] a h«ly oonv(«catiou, 
<no lahoriuua wnrk> shall ye do. 

• M.C,T. : ** dtftr" , «ni • 

pljr) ; but ■onw (uithuri - 

* Sams cod. («.8am..Hirp., 
sd4 VaLI Mid: ••Any'^ 

' (-'p. Exo. xii. flLn. 
^ Sumo cod. l».aNni.,8ep., 

etyr., ami Vtil,i have: 

*'a«(l «««"— O.n. 

* And Yahweh spolto into KoiN. saying : 
*" Speak unto the Mna of Imuiil. and thou sluUt 
say unto them : — 

<AV1iim ye enter into the land which OlH am 
giving ymi, and ye reap the harvest 
thereof > then aihall ye bring in a sheaf of 
the 6rst-np<i corn of ynur harvest, unto 
thi* priest ; " and he slukll wavH the aheaf 
U'fttrw Ynhweh, ihnt ye msy beavoepted, — 
<oii ttie nKirrow uf the KabbatJi> shall 
tlte priest wave iL ^' And ye 

shall offer, on the day wh«>n ye wave tlie 
sheaf, a he-lamb without defect, the 
finest of ita yoftr. for au asctinding-aaoriAoe 
unto Yahwab ; " and thu || mealolfering 
theivofil shaU be two-tenth |MUts uf fine 
meal, overflowed with oil. as an altar* 
flameuntoYaliwch. a satisfying* uduur,— 
and lithe drink-offering thereof i; [shall be] 
mine, the fourth uf a bin. ** And 

< neither bnud nor masted com, nur 
garden-land grain> shall ye eat. until 
this selfsame' day, until ye liave bfought 
in tlie obUtiun of your God,— an sgu- 
ftbiding statute unto your graerations, in 
I U your dwellings. 

'* Then shnll ye keep ooant to yourselves, from 
the morrow uf the sabbath, from the day 
ye bnwgfat in the wave' sheaf,— < seven 
sabbaths *• oomplete> shall there be : 

'* imtil <fm the morrow of the seventh 

sabbath > ye count fifty days.— then shall 
ye bring near a new ni^-offering' unto 
Yahweh. " <Out of your dwi'lliuga> 
ahaU ya bring in two n-avc losves of twu< 
tenths of nn e)*hnh, <of tine meal> 
shall they be, <with leaven > shall 
they be baked. — ftnt-fratta unt*> 
Yahweh. '■Then HhsUyo bring near, 

with the bread, seven hclambs without 
dsfi-ot. of the tint year, and one young 
Inilhiuk, and two rams,— they ahall be 
an AMS'iiding-Macnfioe unto Yahweh, with 
their m«^id-<»ffuring, and their drink- 
offenngH, an altnr-Hame of satisfying 
odour unto Yahwoh. I* Then shall 

ye offer one he-gont. as a sin-bearer, — 
and two he-tamb»s, of the ftrst year, aa a 
peace' -uffuring. * And the prieHt ithall 
»av« them, with the fimtfruitM' bread, ns 
a wave-uffeniig liefure Yahweh, with th« 
twohe-lauiliM,— <holy> ■luUl tliey beunto 
Yahweh. |ftir thy priest,. "And 

ye flhall make pniolamation on this self- 
same' day- <a holy cuuvocation> shall 
it be unto yiiu ; <no laborious work> 
shjill ye do,— an age-abiding statute, in 
all your dwellings, unto youi- genem- 
tions. » And < when ye reap 

the harvoit of your lnnd> thou ahalt not 
wholly eluat the liorder of thy Hetd_ when 
thuu ruaptvit, aiul <the gleaningH of thy 

* " BoottUng, (nnniilUi»- 

kK.B.: Betm mhhnlbii = 

»ev«i irf*k". tt>. N.T. 
Ap. "SihhAth." 
' 9ov ritap. it. 1, n. 



LEVITICUS XXIV. 10—23; XXV. 1— 1«. 



-HuTidr^ iMtM 


*• And forth went tti« Mm of a wtmuwi i>f Inmel— 
ih(> Iwiiig tlie M>ii itf a mui of Kg}*]<t — in the 
DiidRt <»f ttit) MiiH of T<4rwl : " And the sttm ol 
thn wtiQian of Iitrfti*!, mid a mAn (>f IstmI, 
n^vilfd tm*' anntlKT in tlu* muiip. And t\v*- mdi 
of tbn Unu-Iitiiih wuniAn iittened nmtpnipttniURly 
thf Nanit-*. nnd ivvilfd. So they lirouifbt him 
in \mUi Mtw»*it,— miw the itunvof his mother 
8U(^1uuuth, daughter nf Dihri, of the tril^ 
[Dud; "and tbtiy put him in wanl,— that a 
ear antiu-t^r u)i(;ht \m givw tu ttwm. at thu 
tttouUi uf Yfthwfh. "Then t«pako 

YikliWt^h UDb> Muhm. Hayiufc: 

BriitK fuKh liiiii Uuit rfviled, uuto ttie out- 
aida ttf tltc imiDf), then tuball all that 
heard [Iiim] lean tlu-ir hniidii uikmi hiK 
head.— and all the awunnbly tdtall atuiMf 
hiin. ■' And < utitu tltc Mina of Isntel > 
ftliftlc tliou flptuk. liayiiiff,— 
What uiau Mwvvr cunetb his God; ihall 
\.¥»t h\» sin. >* And illie tluit oontomptu- 
i>ualy iitt4?rfth the iiaioe uf Yahwehl ahaU 
hn iHurely put tn <lenth|', all tlie KwemMy 
Jiall imirrty (rti»ne him,— <.iw the 
sifJL.intor, wi th« himw-hiini> <wben 
tit* Liuiivm)itu<iu.ily iittt^retb the Xamo 
bt< mJiaII \m put t4i dvnth. 
And V when; any man h)' itmitin^ taketh 
tlw hfu* of say htmmn bt!ing> he shall 
be sutvly |nit tu rlnaih. >" And ||h« 

tliat by wiiitiiig tAketh away the life* uf 
a heaot I hIuUI iimke it giMxI.— lifa fnr 
lift?.'- '"And <wh«n janymonl in- 

fliottftb a bl«mi.'«b upon bui n('igbhiJMr> 
< as be bath dune >, Inoli nliall it In^ done 
to him: * <fr(icturtf for fmcture, yye for 
tye, ioutb for t«iutb> <ne he infticteth a 
blenii«h upon a human bttlng> IiHo | shiUI 
'jTM*he inHif'ted u|)unhim. "^ And |,be 

Uiatkillnth' n Ijwti; bHaII make itgu>Kl,~ 
and I be that kil1i*th a bumnn beiug[{ 
^all bi> put to death. " < One 

nilo>* shall yt« liave, <aB the Hoji)urner> 
I'ao the honie-bomi. iAuiW be, — 

For III — Yfthwebll nm yourtirid. 

*8o then MuM^ M|iaki- unto thif lumM of Txnuitl, 
and they took forth th^ revihT, nntii the 
rnnddu of the camp, nnd nhmt-d him with 
AQBBa. ThuM x}%r MntH uf Isnu.<li; 

^, *a Yafaweh uominandt^l' Mum-h. 

f £L Tkr &iUmM of lAt Ztiiuf. and tJu JubHre. 

™ ' And Ynhwt^h («pake unto Moeen in MoUBt 

■Sinju. saying— 

' Hj»«k untu tbt^ tona M Inrael, and thou sluJt 

Hay unto I hem : — 

<WbHM ye enter Jntii tin* Uiid wliich ||I ] 

*m giving yoii'-> thv^u Hhall tb>.- Inud keep 

* UL " raiib^ tW Willi . ' ' 
*1IL "Mdlfor «>itl." 
'U; "nutcth." 

' v.: "lepilatlon." Heb. : 

a aabbath unto Yahwrli. '^ <Six yeart> 
tflialt lUuu Buw thy fttrld, and <mx ye«rH> 
Mlialt thou pnme tiiy nneyard, — nnd 
gather the incnwM^ thent if ; *but<intbe 
Ht'vtmtb y-«r— a tabbath of Mured reetJ- 
hIuiII there be unto the land, a aaltbntli 
iiMt<.t Yahweli : <thy field> abalt tlmn 
tint BOW, and < thy viiieyanl> Htialt thnii 
tint pniiK* ; ^ <:tb»t which growetb nf 
itM'lf of thy b&r%-tMt > Mhalt thuti mtt r»ip ; 
and <th(igni|Mm of thtiu-un|jruiiiYl vitK«-> 
rdmlt thou nut i-ut off : <a year of aacrod 
i«9tt> nhall th«re be to the land. * So 
f-hall the Hnbbatb of the land be unto yuu 
for foiKl : <uuto thoe, and unto thy eer> 
vant and untu th}* hiindniiEd. — and unto 
thy hireling, and unto thy ttettleni that 
are sojourning with ihet; ; ' and unto thy 
tansft-beasta, and uuto the w-tldbG«Ktti that 
are in thy land> ilwll bt^ung all the 
iitcreaiMt thereof, for food. 
And thou tdialt cmuit Ui thee seven weeks* 
Iff yean, aeven yeant, nuvtm times, — mi 
kIuUI tliKdnyn of c)»; c^ven wt>ekii* of yean 
Uotme to the*;, furly-mtie yeank • Then 
ihalt thou cauMe a Bignal-honi to poan 
through, in the seventh mcmth, tm Ute 
tenth of the month ; <cm the Day of Pn>- 
|iirintiijn>'' nhull ye canm; a born to paw 
thntiit^bout all your land. "Si) shall ye 
t\a11<ru- tb)< tiftit'th ytitr, and proclaim 
friHiioiii thniii^hiiut tht> land, to all the 
dwvlium thereof. — '-a jnbilee> "^ ^ball 
it be unto you, and yv nhalt return, exory 
man uuto hi« pOHMewtion, and <«vi.<ry' 
man, unto his family > shall )v n»tuni. 
<A iuhiloe> shall that Sftioth yeiir lie 
iinto ytni, — ye nhall not now, neitlmr «luUl 
ye reap the self-groivn csom then_*of, uur 
cut off the gmiies of the uupnuied %iiitiri 
tbiTfof. '^ F(tr <a jubilee > it in', 
<:bnly> ahall it be uuto >'ou. — <out of 
the field > Hhall .re eat her increoiie. 
<Tn thin Nimt' juUIee' .vear> Bhall ye 
return, every man unto hiK luiwewtiou. 

And <u'hun ye m<1I anything to thy neigh- 
iKMir, or buy aught nt thy ninglibtmr's 
baud:> douotovttrrvHeh imeniiiptljer. <By 
thu numlicr of yean after tiie juliile«> 
shiilt thou buy of thy iieighbutu-, — <by 
the uuuilier of the yenra uf lucrBaiie> 
shall be wU uiitu thee; '" <:uoairding tu 
the multitude uf the yt>an> Hluilt tltou 
incrr-aw the price there*rf, and <acx-'urd- 
tng to tlif fpwncwt of the yeano »ludt 
thou diminiifh the |irice tliereof,— bo- 
cauee <the Hum of the increaee^ it 
in' that he Belleth thee. "So then yo 
Mhall nut overreach one another : but thou 
ahalt Hljuid in a»-e of thy God,— for ||I — 
Yaliweh : aniytnirCod. 

^VlIe^efore ye eball do my Ntatutes, and 
< my n^ulatioow > vball ye ulMvrve, and 

*' wbbath*." •• Or : " Ifce SinHOTraimi' Day." 

•Or: "tayot Joy." 



do thtfiu,'— w iluU yv dwuU u)Mtu tUtr 
ImkJ with confidonw : * i^ aud t\w laiid 
tUiikU yiflH lit-i fniit ; nud yi> chilli t^ac Uj 
tht! full, Kiid >}mll dwell with cuutidrnce 

• And <»Euc« yo umy !*fij\ 

What ttlmll WK i^t in tin* n^-wnth' 

Lu ! wu are not to mow, *■ nettlivr tav we 
Ui KKther OUT incroana !> 

^ T)i«n*fore will I cummBDd my hItMiiing: upuii 
yuu, in tbi.< sixth' yeur, — und it idiall 
tnAkt* the incn'jun? uf ihrov yvmr. ; =" nml 
ye tiliAll iw>w, the eighth' yonr. uiui ukl uf 
old store, — <uulil tho iiintli yL^r. until 
tlte coming in of the iDcn'ww thiivof> 
«hal] ye eat old utore. 

The liuid moreover, nhall not bu Nuld h**- 
yond reoovery, fur <mine> ti> the* bud, 
— for <«ojoumen» and iiettU.T»> ye iin;' 
with mo'. ^ And <in all tW land 
of your powieiKtirin> a <ri{fht of r«- 
dcm|>tiou > nhnll ye give to tliv 
land. "<When* tliy bi-other 

wiLxeth p<*»r, *nd do iwllfth nuglit of lii« 
p(Hw««ii>D> tbi'u may liim Idnttman time 
i» near iinto hira come iu, and rvdwm 
that wliiclt WHH ttuld hy hix hnjthor. 
And <whifft tlany man hallt m> kins- 
man, — hut liiA own hand gett«th i-oougli. 
Ml that hit Kndpth what i» iuwd«d to 
redMnn ttr> ^ then nhall he reckon tbo 
jcttm iiiiiuL- [w wold it. and rfwtore the 
omrjiluM, tu th*f man to whom he sold 
it, — and ahall n*titm to hia ]Kmm^- 
akio. ■* But <if hia hand ha%f not 

found BOouKh to i^t it Lack unto him> 
then ehall that which lit- auld riMiiaiii in 
die hand of him tluit bought it, until th4* 
year of the juhilw,— andohoU gu <mt in 
the jubilee, and he eh&ll ratnnt unto 
bin posaemion. 

And <when Rany man '. xelleth n dwelling* 
hoiine in a walltni city> then ehall 1ii.<i 
right i4 riMlemiitifrti remain, until tW 
OomiOc'tioii <if A ymt after he sold it, — 
<for [tt ypfir of] duvfo nbnil lii« rijjht of 
redemption ivuiain', *^ Hut <if if I»e 

nut n'dci'mi'd twfore the end of a full 
yeMr> tlwn "liall the houiK> that in in the 
city that hath*' wall* be ctmflnned' jbi^ 
yund recovery 1. to him who )K>ught it, 
unto biuKt'neratinn.'s -it Hhall nnt go out 
in the jubik-v. " IJut <ni* for the houiieo 
of villages* which have n<J wall nnmd 
about thera> <with the (ield« of land> 
shall it he reckoiioci, — ,;a right of nnlemjf- 
tiun', Mlmll Imlong to it, and viii tla- 
JiibUe«> alioll it gu out. ■* And <m for 

tbv dtiea »t (he lA*vit«% llie Iiouh* of the 
cities of their pOHMJMWMi^ ilAu iHC'-alnding 
right of rodeniption thnll |)«rrTAio unU.' 
the Lt'vite**. "And <if out- o( the 
Levitw should uot rcHleera>' then abMll 
tlie wk' iif the boum^- and the city (if tit« 
piH««risiufi git out' in thti jubilet^ ; f<ir ,lbe 
hoiinett of the citiet* of tbf lA'vi(4.H).[ ai« 
their pr«EU)m>ion, En the midnt uf the tftua 
of laroel. ^ Bnt the Held of tlte poature- 
land of their citie^;i shall not be wj|d, — (or 
<an Age-abiding [)0!MMt<ion> ic la' unto 

And <■ when tliy bnrther woxeth poor, and 

bla hand heeometb feeble*' with t)m'> 

then aluUt thou strengthen him, <aM a 

au}uumer and a M'ttler> su ahnll he live 

with tbw. ^^ IX) not ACtt'pt from him 

interest or profit, but sttuid Ibou in awe 

of thy Gud,~»o »iitdl thy ^^^^tbe^ livt? with 

thee. ^-;Tliy »ilvor> ^>halt tJnm nut 

give liim "U interewt, — neitbrr <for 

pro(it> sbalt thou give him tliy foi<d. 

;I — Yahweb]. am your Ood, wht> 

brought you forth out of the land ol 

Egypt,— to give unto yon tlw land of 

Canaan, Ito >iec<ime yoiir' (iod |'' 

And <wben thy bntther waxetb poor with 
thee, and ho sfllet]) himself unto thee > 
thou Hhalt not bind him witli tht* (Kinriago 
of a Itondmon : *' <jui a hirtnl wrvant, ml 
a H(ittler> Hliall be rL^tuiiii with ttu.M% — 
<until tlie ytfor of tlw iut(iltw> alutlt he 
Herve with thee : *' then shall he g»> fortli 
from thee, he uud hi« sons with biuii,— 
and sbnll ivtum unt<> hia fooulyt and 
<unt'j the i^'MHewtion of hi» £alhQn> abtll 
he return. " For <ray lK(ndmoa> Uwy 
are', whom I brought forth out of thft load ' 
of Kg>'pt,- they Hhall nut ^-11 themaelrea 
H-ith the Hale of a iHindman. ** ThiHi 
.-tholt not rule over liim with rig»iur,-— *«i» 
nhalt thou stand in awe of thy Oud. 
And <as for thy Iwndmau and thy bond- 
mniil which thou tthnlt hBve> <•>( the 
iwtious tliat an* round about you— from 
tlM>iii> may yt< buy ttondnian and bond- 
iimiiL *^ Mureovor alwi, -:of the aoofi of 
the M-ttlt'rH ^vho un> Miji>uniing with ,vou 
— of tlivni> may ye buy, and of tlicir 
families that are with you. which tliey 
have begotten in your land, — so shall ibey 
booome yours, oa a iMwuHKuiiou ; " and yc 
may take tbem ae an inhehtanoe. for your 
sons after you, to inlKTJt a« a powtewiun, 
'C.uuto tiniett aue-alHdiug.* <of them ' 
may ye take to be Uuidmeu.— but ^over 
your brethren the koun of Lirael— a man 
over his l>rother> ye shiUl not rule ..over 
biur with rigour. 

And <when the hand of the aojonmer and 

• Or:*'MfBty.- 

^t.t.: " "upprtBintf wo dii 

notaow."— O.O. so^. 
' Some end. ,ir. Mim., 

ft^i., Syr.) hare: "^Vnd 

wH«i "-0 J». 

^ Si •rail. hdA Mtroe (opiw 

iHltll r*W »tl<) Vi-ilf niu- 

jiIt "Imth." *p. 0.n. 
M.CT. hWd terirt^ 
flVJi.v "iMitli not": » 
manlfcat emw. ] 

• Bo it lAd be ;w. Vul. - 
U.D. M.r.T. ha« : 

"iihoald rMi«um." 

'• Some ead. > w. Onk. MS. , 

bii^e: "untoyim "- (l.u. 

> Ml.: "liiiiluiidfawkKth." 

*N*.B. : By ifivin« them 

CanajUi. Up Wiu tit h*^ 

iHiim- Ui«ir tiipil. l.'i*. 

I'hjip. XAU. lA. 



48— A5; XXVI. 1-17. lA^ ^1 
' Then shall your thn«hing reach' unto the ^^H 

^^- wttior with thoo gatteth ptiMivmtiiut, anil 


^H thy brother with him IvrKxuliipuurl. -ami 

vintngY^, ^^H 


^K to h» wUetb bitnifBlf hi thr nojaumt-r. 

And ltheviutag«i shall reach untu the ^^^^^H 


[who w] ft •ettler' with thw, ije Ut one 

iWMtltime-,— ^^^^^^1 


^^ who hiitli taken root, of tliu family of the 

Am] ye shall eat your futnl lu the full, ^^^^^H 


^B wjounipr^ '*' ^aftvr that he baCb sold 

Ami ahaU dwt*U Hecurnly in your land. ^^^^^H 


^B hini»;lf> la right nt ml«mptiuull por- 

* And I vk-ill give peace' in the land, ^^^^^H 


^H taiiitftli to him. — "one uf hie biuthicui! 

And ye »hall lie duvru. and nothing nhaU ^^^^^^ 


^^ niay n^»win him ; "ur ihw ancle, or Ida 

make yu afraid; ^^H 


unck-'s «j>n i may rvdeuiu him, or lia uenr 

And 1 will take amtv %-iciuuA ^e»ttf oat of ^^H 


flmb-rulatimi uf hiH. of Wu* family ' umy 

thi' l:ui<l; ^^1 


rwlpeoi him, —or i'hiH uu-n hiuid may have 

And tlu) nwordii altall not go through ^^H 


guttm Biiiiut(hli and |mi lie may nxlenu) 

ynur laiid. ^^^| 


himMnlfl. ^ Tht*!! Mhall hv ifckoii with 

And ye iliall ebaMO ymir fue.s, — ^^^| 


him tint iMni^ht hitii, from the year that 

And they nhaU fall hcftire you. hy th« ^^H 


^H be wu» m>\f\ Ui liim, unUi th«> year of the 



^H jaliiltv, — nud t\m itrlvor for which he Wni^ 

And I'bvei, of youahall cbaae' Ja buudredll ^^H 


^H Mild'' Mhftll i<t- by the iinmher of yi^aw, 

Aud la hundred I uf you shall put llteo ^^H 


^H <acc4)rding tnthoday^of ahired w>rvaiit:> 

thoiumnd : tj flight,— ^^H 


^H shall he tK> witli him. *■ < If there i» yet 

So ftliall youi- foea fall before you. hy ^^^^^| 


a tDulcitude uf yvni*^> <nocordtnt( to 

the ^^^^^^1 


them>'^ sliall lie retuni, a« hta redtfmp- 

Aud 1 Cum uuto you, ^^^^^H 


tifin price, of the nlv-er of him tltat bought 

And make yuu fruitful, — ^^^^^^| 


him. " Or <if [there is] hut a mmnll re- 

And multiply you, ^^^^^^| 


mainder of years, until the year nf tlie 

Aud Hill (vtaiiUdh my atvenant with you. ^^H 


jtiliil«v'> then shall he reckon to himself. 

^'' And y« ahull eat old Ktore. woll HaaoDed, — ^^H 


— <BOcnrdiiig t4i the yivtm th»*nsiif> Mhall 

And <the old from bofore the new> ahall ^^H 


beretuni hid priuetjf nxleniptiun. " < An 

ye forth. ^^H 


■ wrvant liired year by j«iar> (OuUl lie be 

.\nd 1 will twt my habitatton in your ^^H 


with hiu,--ht! Hliall nut rule over him 

mid.-«t,— ^^^1 


^m with rit;our. before thine eyen. '^ but 

And my aoul nhall not abhor* yini : ^^^| 


^H <if he he ni>t nsleeuted in any of tliiwe 

'^ But I will walk tu vnd fro^ in your midat, ^^H 


^^ wayN > ihuii «liul] hn go uut in tlie 

And will lie unto you' a (iud, — ^^^H 


jubileo' y<«r, {|he, aud hiM aonn with 

And yell vball be unt" m>*' a people. ^^^| 


liim: " Kur <unto iuo> ara 

" il- Yahweh 1 am your Uud, wlm brought ^^H 


the HonA of L(ra<^I txjudmen]. <uiybond- 

yon forth out uf the land of GK.vpt. ^^H 


^^ men> they ai-e', whom I broaght forth 

that > !• Hhauld not bo their' bondmen ; ^^H 


^H out of Ibe laud uf Kgypt. 

«a I brake in pjuces tlie staves of your ^^H 


^F 1 1. Yaltwebil am yiMir GocL 

yoke, and oau9«d yuu to walk jjereotl'. ^H 
'* But <if ye will not hearken unto mo. 


9 23t Aftrr a tiritf Sutmtutrff nf L»rr, tMr Bituhifj* 

And v^-ill nrpt do' all thene commandmenta ; 


of iMt^iftvy nft({ fAr KritK nf lU»nlnilirare trr 

" And if <my »tatut*fH> ye refuse. 


Iftrffelf/ Jrt ftrrth. 

Aud <mr n?guhttioas> your aoula Mhall 

1 96 

» Ye»hall notmake mitoyonidolh,— <neither 


imajpe.'* our (nllBr> nhatl j-e mtft up fur 

Bo that ye will nut do all my oumniaod- 


youTMelves, nor <80ulptiired Ht^jnc-' xhall 



ye place in your land, to bow yourselvee 

But nhall break mv mvunaiit^ i 


diiwn thefviintii. — 

" til aldoil will do this unto you— 


For III— Yahwehll am your God. 

I will set over ynn <f»r terrur> eon- 
suuiptitin uiid fever. 


■ <My aabbath8> shall ye obdorve. 

CauMing the eyeK to fad. aud tbo souI° to 


Ajid <ny «anctuarT> shall ye revem, — 

pine away, — 


III! nm Yahweh. 

And ye abail now. in %ftin. your »ecd, for It 


- <lr < in my statutes > yewillwalk,- 

sltall be eattiu by your fotiM. * 


And -^"my oommandmcntA> yc will ob- 

'^ And T will (wt my fHc«a{jntiiu*t you. 


•orve, and do thrin > 

An<l ye Hhall lie smitten before your fuM,— 


* Thtfnwill I^veyour rninitin tbcirwoBon, — 

And be tnxlden down by them who had* 


-And the land ohall yield her incrt^am.', 



^^ And tithe trvee of the Beldll Khali yield 

Aud nhall f]iH\ when m>' one is pursuing 


^L tbrir frait. 



* ttMM ood. ;w. Ram., (Hik. aUt.'* 

• Or: "iwoBprntr." Au- "Soul." 

^AaintncGanlmof Eden: <<Mr.: " for yuur foes diaU i 


K».. »«p.. Syr.i haw. - Ml. : "at thrfrmonth." 
"«Bd>GCUir''— 0.0. ''Ueb.: piMl. Cp. Kxo. 


Urn. Ui. t*— mme word. est il." ' 


^\JL: *' Ov rflrcr nf lib tx. 4. n. ' 

'Or: "life." H«e W.T. 



And <.i( luvun witli tb«He tbiugsl je will 

nut )ie«rken iiiit<i mt> 
Theu will I y«t f urtlwn- oomci ytm, wveo 

times, fur your nn*. 
St» will I Imwk your poinp uf pitwar, 
And will JM^t your heavetw ui inin, oiid 

ynur loiul a<« )ir mte ; 
Am! your Htn-nffUi sliall \m «|JnMt in \Tiin,— 
Aild yimr liunl itliftU m»l yield iR-riiicruaMf, 
And lUit! tTDGa of tliL' Ividi;* ahall nut 

yield thmr tniit. 

< If, thcrvfura, yu will gu in o|)pQaitiuu to 

And not Ur willing' U) iH.tkrltvn iinti> itK*> 
Then will I yot. further pU^UL' yuu neven 

titiitw, lurconling' U) yuur Minn ; 
And will Mend MOiong you the wild-buoAt 

And it »hjkll n>b you of yi>ur children. 

And cut off your rattlf. 

And imtke ymi few in number; 

.And your roitdit xhaU lii> ttilcnt. 

And <if |hy those thtngsl yo will not l>e 

wirructwi by nie, — 
But will ^ in upinmitiun to lue > 
Then will III mUuII go in oppunitiun Ito 

And 1 tieven III will pUgue you neven 

timoK. for yuur wnn ; 
And will liriuK in uputi you A Mwurd, that 

shall inflict thL> cuvtm&nted' aven^png: 
So mIiaU ye be Katl'frod into your citie*, — 
Th«D will X aeiid a pestilence into your 

And yc hIuUI be- dtdivered into thu liuid 

of au cni>my. 
-<Wliun I hftvc broken your otjiff of bnMid> 

then nliflll ton woiue>n bako your bread in 

ou(i oven, 
Awl give Ijuck your bre«d by w-ttifrht,— 
And ye nhtiti eat. and not he titled. 

And < if I with t\w\^ yti will not hearken to 

an', — 
But uill Ko ill oppotiitiou Ui me ^ 
Thun will I fto in a raf(e of oppmtition to 

And I iiftvon I[! will correct you ao\va 

time*, for yuur xin* ; 
And ye fliall eat the flush of your sons,— 
Yea <evGn the flwh of yc««r dA>lghtcr«> 

»liall ye (■•ttt. 
And I will dtwtniy your hiffh plaoes. 
And cut duwn yuur Bttn-pillar^, 
And cast yonr carcai»t.« u[Kin the carcjume 

nf ynur manufactunvl god«,'' — 
Thtw shall my tntil abhor yua. 

■Smne cud. (w. Hud. nuiI 
i^cp. have ■ "of tho 

^ Ijt : ■' nmiiilMl nr mllt-il 
thi»^." IVfctiie uiutDiii); 
ulKt-rtiuu ; •' pilwi - up 
hMp« or Um* '^— lX»vi«' 
H.Il ; " I"«*, bluckji ; 
alnpelew tfiiuffM, ilull- 

hiuifft-n" ^Kw., ; "dinyy 
ttiinitu"— O.ti. ".All K 
I'll lutt-m pluuuM tl«idj{n«* 
ti<ia III an Itlcd, /ttiMk 
.(.H., •ina JtuMinti) ]■ 

Iinib<ibl>- the neamc 
>:nji|liKh cquivokat " — 
KB. lui 

And I will irive your oilim unto doKilaliuii'i 
And moke your holy plaoea* dumb, — 
And will Hiid DO fPHrruKe in yuur Atis- 

fyinjt odour;'" 
And lI ;i will nuiku tliu land dutnb, 
Atid ymir hn-^ tliat dw(*l] tbem'n shall raganl 

it witl) diinib nnian'mtint : 
<Whcn I t'ven youii I aoattnT ammiK tl>e 

And make tian*. aftt*r you. n swi>rd> 
Then Himl) ytinr land become an aatouuib- 

And ytnir citieo lievome a doiwlAtion. 

liTht-'nlUhall the land be pnid'hcrNaUtathx. 

All the dayi* nhe tieth desolate, 

Whilf!' [ y«'( an* in the land of your foBB,— 

{[Tlienll rhnll tlif Und kit'p Kabbath, 

And |)ay off'' her Habluittu : 

<A1I the dayit Mhe lirith deMjIato> thall site 
keep MablMtb«--th4.* which shv kept not aA 
yuur aabhtttliB, while ye dwelt thereupon. 

And <iui for such an are left irf yuu > 
Thrn will I brin^ faintntv^^ into tlmir heart, 

in tlie liindH of their fucw, — 
So that the i«(>nnd of n driven leaf Hball 

chase them, 
And tliey ithnll flvraM though fleeing fnrtn a 

Ami they hImII fall, whun no' one i>< pur- 

ntiiug ; 
And they yhiUl xtunihle one iipun tuiothor. 

n» fnnn K-fon- n »wonl, when ;ipursuer>| 

I hero i» none'; 
And ye aJtall not \iR\<e wherewith to ^tond 

before yuur fotw ; 
And ye shall jveriab among the nnttoua,— 
And [he land of your foes Mhall eat jrou up ; 
And itliey who are left of youil Mhall ui«>lt 

away in their iniquity, in the Uutdd of 

your'' (oTB ; 
Yea alno <in th^ initiuity of their fathers 

with them> nhall they melt away. 

Then shall they confess their inii|uity. 

And the iniquity of their fathers, 

Iti their unfaithfulness wherewith they had 

Iwen unfaithful toward* me ; 
Yen nioroovcr' <beciauHe they had gune in 

upiKMitton to nie> 
111 aim. I nitiHtntiedKgoinoppuHitiun to them, 

and Lirtngtheiu into the land uf theirfixM, — 
SavB oidy that <if !ieven thi.*n | their 

uncircumciiKxl heart nlialt be humbled. 
And liovvn thcnb they nhall accept ai a pay- 

muut tlie punitdimcut of tht-ir iniquity^' 
Thuu tvill 1 rvnieiulier my cuveoant with 


■ BuCDC od. < wtth mie 

nrioted ed., 8aia. tutd 
Byt.j have: "platT.*"- 
"Cu laxi. 3. 

■ 10. : ■* •crept.*' *' The 

land is oonretvcd hm a 
••ill.; "omw to m.ttjit." 

" Hwland lnooooelved a« 

adebtor"-P3. C^.alao 

at-h. xxxvi. t1. 
• tin In tumc authnrittea ; 

but tbi- nutjuiityof 1188. 

(with MuOK pr. edna, 

Kuo., Sep. and BTT. 1 havf : 

'•their- -On. 
' Ut. : "dc. their iniquity." 

LEVITICUS XX\7. 43— W: XKVU. 1^24. 


Y«ft mowver' <in> ouveaunt with LtaaO 
Tea manoftt' <myooTeiuuit with Abr*- 

hun> will I remember ; 
And <tbr liuid> will I romembcr. 
For [the Und fUtaJI he left of them. 
And nhoU be paid her mbhatha. while ihe 

both do«oUtft without them, 
They Alsoii ocoeptiiig as a pnjrment the 

puni:ihm«mt of their imrjuity, 
Beckune, lyen bccibiUMil <my r«gul*tioiw> 

they refiued, 
And <my •tatut«> thoir soul abhomxl. 
And yet lleven mi. when they aru in the 

lAod of their toot \ 
I have* Dut rvftued them. 
Neither h&ve I Abhorred tlieni. 
To make aii «nd of them, 
To hnak my covenant with them,— 

For III — Yahwehii am tlieir C*od. 
Therefor* will I rememtwr in their behalf. 

the cnvi;nant of their ftnowuon*,— 
Whom I hmiight fi-trth out of the land of 

Efi^pt. in the Hight of the natioiiH^ that I 

might bo tlieir Utjd— H I— Yahweh fL 

[|Tha« , : arv the stntutee and tbu re^uliitiond 
»m! the Uws, which Yaliweli gnuitod be- 
tween hini>4elf. nnd the won* »rf lisr>iel, — 
in Mount fiiuui. by the mcdiAtion'* of 


}t4. Concemirtff Voum, Thinfft DrrvltU, nmt 

And Yabwoh cpaJte unto Miiaua. ttaying : 
Speak untti thu SODS ut lArnel. uiil thtinakalt 
«Ay untci them — 

<When l^any manil would consooraie and 
Ijay A vow by th inc esti iiiaie of 
Uvea" unto Yahwch> ^ then shall <thitie 
estimate be i'for the malelj from twenty 
yoan of age even to Mxty yonrs of 
ago yea thine cittimnte stiall be—fifty 
khrkebi of silver, by the Nhekel of the 
AMjnctusry ; 'hut <if it bo I a femaloli> 
then shall thin« eotimato t»e, thirty 
fibekels. * And <if it bo from 

Stc yeaj-8 of iige. even unto twenty years 
of ■^> then iihall thiue estimate be <fc>r 
tbema1e> twenty shekels,— and <for th© 
feaiiUe> t*ra HheVelH. « And. 

<if it lie from a month old, even tinto five 
yeftre oId> thnn Hhall thine eAtimat^t be — 
<for the mal«> five nhekelfl of idlver, — 
and <fnrtheffmiatp> thine eHtinmte [Hhall 
he] three' ilMkolK of fiilvor. ' And 

<lf it be from sixty yean* of ngv nnd 
upwards> <if a male> tlien ahall thine 
wtimatc be fifteen Bhekeld,— and <for the 
female > ten shekolft. " Bttt 

<lf he be 'ICoo poor)! for thine cstimato 
theu shall he prewnt hiniitelf before the 
pri«at, and the prient shall escimato him,— 

<sccording' to that which the haihl of him 
who would vow can attain to> shall 
the priettt estimate liini. • And 

<if it be a beawt whtiretif ini*n" may 
bring near an oblation unt^i Yahwrh> 
Hall tliat whereof aught ik given to 
Yahwc^ll shall b<> holy, to ^„ ^^^i ,„^( 
alter it, nor chongt! it, — good fi>r Imd, iir 
bod for good,— <but if hi^ Ido.i duuige 
beaat for beast > then ^liall iMith it' and 
what waa g^ren in exchange for itil be 
holy. " And <if it be any 

unclean beaftt. wheroi>f men may nut 
bring near an obLition tu Yahm;h> tUon 
hIulII he pixTtent tlio boast liofoiv the 
jH-iuttt: 11 and the priest sliall t»timate it, 
whether it m good or \nu\,— <actx>rdiug to 
thine fwtimate.O prieet> wj:! Hlmllit bo. 
But <if he iiiUiould pleaiie u* redeem ,iit> 
tlten fthall he add the flfth ftart thereof 
unto thine r-itimnte. 

And <when iany manil would liallow hia 
house to \fs holy unto Ya)iwuh> then 
Hball the priott uittimnte it, wlicther it is 
gtKxl i>r had, — <a*i the prieat iihall eati* 
mate it> ;;tfio|] shalt it Ht^nd. >^ But <U 
; lie tliAt hallowetli it;j woulil redi.'em hia 
boUMO then »hall he add the tifth part 
of the :<ilver of thine iwtimate ihoreuntu, 
nnd it ^hall he hia. 

And <.if 'of the field of bin iKin;*e)«iou| any 
mail would hallow uuto Yahweh > then 
Hhall thine eatiuiate Im anxlrding tu the 
i»ewi thereof,— I the mxiA of a litimer 
«f tjarley I at fifty abekela <>f nilver. 
<If'' ifrom the year uf jubilee; he 
would hallow hia field > <aeeoi-diiig to 
thine «)ttiinat45> nliall it stand. '" But 
<ir ; after the juliilw] he would hnlluw 
iii-t field > then nhall the priest reckon to 
him the w'lver, according to tlie year* 
that ivmain, until the year uf the 
jubilee, — nnd itsliall tie aljated from thine 
estimate. '"Bui <if he tJiat hath hal- 
lowed it ilahould lie pleaned to redeomll 
the field > then shall h« add the fifth part 
of tlie silver of thine eHtimate thereunto, 
and ir »hall be aa»ured io him. ^> But 
<if he will not redeem tht- Held, hut have 
f«oId the field to another inan> it ftltall be 
redeemable no longer ; ^ sr»Khitl| the field, 
when it gtK'.tti oat in tlie jnhilee. be holy 
unto Yah web. an a devoted, field,— <to 
the pneKt> ti\\iX\ Iwlung the jxi!Wewioii 
the«X!of.» **<If. however. <u field 
that he hath liought, which in not of the 
Hcldhiif hiii i»»«tt«ion> hu would hallow 
unto Yuliweh> ^ then shall the priest 
reckon to him the amount of thiite etnti- 
male, until the yefir of the jubilee,— and 
be mIuiII give thine ejitiiniite. in that day, 
an holy unto Yahweh. '^ < In the year 


>8oBi»md. lw.8ani.)haT«: 

"one"— 0.n. 
^Soni«<iixl. w. Sam., Sep., 

Byt.; hate: "and if"— 
•Or^ "hiapo toi itm." 



the field n'tum 

he btiu^Iit it, ti] 

. a» A p uuuemi mi in ibn 

of tbi* iuhjlee> shall 
uiiUi him frum wbutn 
him u'huAe it waH, 

A&d every ertiiuate uf thinell ahAll be b)' 
thi; h(Ay shekel,— ^twunty gijimhii make 

Osly' <tlw Hntlinic which if- Ixim a first- 
ling to Vnhwch. aoiong l)eaf!>t>ii;> nu luau 
!»ha]l hallow It,— -cwhetbor ox oc i>heep> 
<«nto Yfthw«rh> it bekngetli. " Bat <if 
it be among the beaitts that are uncknur- 
Umh bKeII he ransom it by thine estimaU*. 
and add the fifth part of it thereunits — 
bttt <if it is not n?dwnn«*d> then »IuUl 
it be M}ld by tbim* estimate. 

Only' <nu devuted thing whivb any man 
Mhall de%-ate unto Yabweh. of all that 
lielongpth ti» him, — of man or beast, or of 
the fii^ld (if bin pniiaesriou> nhall be either 
auld or rpdf^med, — las to every devoted 
tliingil <ni<«t hn]>-> it is' unto Yahweh. 
IAk tooching any fine devoted, wno may 
he devoted frum among men', he shall 

not f>e mnsomed,— be must be vsuivlyput 
tn death [ . 
* And as for all the titho of the land. 

vHietber uf thv »eed of thp luul, (or^ of 
the fruit of the tiweall <:imto Yaliweh> 
it belongetli, — 'aa wimetltiiig holy untu 
Yahweh !. " But <:if any man should be 
pleaseil to redt-cml! aught of bis titlic4> 
'tlic fifth part thereof i> ^all he add there- 
unto. *^ And <aa for all the 
tithe uf lK»d and flock, all that pa«M*th 
under the rod> < the tentlo »lmU lie 
holy nnto Yaliweh. •■ He ^ImU not 
examine whether it Ije good or liad, 
neither ^hall he change it, — or <if hv 
ido' in anywise change! it> theii shall 
both lit' and what is gircm in exohangi^ 
for it'i be holy, it shall not be redee-med. 

■ i[Th««ell are tbecxiutmandmentK. which Yaliweh 
commanded Moses, for the sons of Israel. — in 
Mount Sinai. 

•SooM end. w 
Btp., 8tt. 

SUL. Jon.. 
1^ Vnl.) 

bsTt : 



S 1. Tftc Numbertwff </ Mr Ho$t» of fnwl. 
iOp. fi33). 

' Then spake Yahweh unto Mobios_ in the 

desert of Sinai, in the tent of meeting, — an the 

first of the »etond month, in the neoond year, 

by their coming forth out of the land of Egypt^ 

sAvinft : 

' Keckon ye up the sum of all the nssMnbly of 

the *in!* of Israel, tiy their familiitt. by 

thuir ancestral houM^-in the cmintiug of 

nttDH>s, every niak. by their polls: ' fn^ni 

twenty yeani old and upwanU. nvery oik- 

able tit Ku forth to war, in iNraoI,— ye shall 

nuni^yer them by their hosti^, [<thou and 

Aaron 1; * nnd <with you> xball \jf. 

one man for ench tribe,— llonch man: 

<h«ad of his .'incestral liotiAe> f^hnU 

bo*. ' 'Thesel. then. are the namim 

of the men who ^hall ntand writh you.^ 

<Of Keulien> Elixnr. mu of Shedeur ; 

» <0f Simeon > M^h(*lumiel. son of Ziiri 

sbntldiii : 
' <Of Judab> NahshAn son of \mmina- 


* <0f Is8aohar> Nethan*!. wm of Zuar ; 

* <OfZebulun> Eliab.son uf HelAn ; 

' < Of the *on» of .1 oseiJi > — 

<Or Kphraim> Klinhauia. aim of Am- 

mibud ; 
<0f MaaatMeh> Gamaliel, sun uf Pedah- 
sur ; 
I <Of Benjamin > Abidan. son oS Gtdeoai ; 

' <Of Dan > Ahiexer.siiiiof Ammishaddai ;* 

' <Of A»ht'r> I'sgiel. son of Oohr&n ; 

^ <OfGud> EliaMkph Monu{I>cuel; 

^ <OfXaphtali> Ahlra, Mm of KnAn. 

' 1 Theseil are iliey who had Ixvn summuned 
by the a«MMiibly, lieinK Iprincos of the 
tribes of their fathen,— beada of tho 
thonsandfl of Iani«] |. 
So th '» MiMaes nnd Aaron took Uie«e mcu, 
who w<av distinffuishcd by name; " <all tb« 
aswmibly also> called tliey together, cm the 
first «rf the second month, — and tlii*y duclnred 
their pmliifrw noourdiug to their familiiw. by 
their iiiiwstral bouses, —in the ouuntinic of 
uann-s. *roin twenty years old and upwards, by 
their polls. '* <A8 Yalivrtib commanded 

ML«es> so be mustered them in tlie desert of 
ainai. *• .\nd they were [aj* folluwethj — 

• 8<noe p«>d. whUs writ- 
lD)f thio name m cmc 

word, prcoerre it in a 
v.r. a* two— Qa. 



<'11u} «oiM uf fieuben. the fimtboni of Umel* 
ib their pedigree*— by thvir fnmilie», by their 
utoMtral hotuoft,— ill the eounritig; of Damm. by 
their poll*, every niftlu. frutu tweimy >t*rs nld. 
Mild upwarrtit, *very uuf able ri> gtt forth t<t 
war; '' sufih an wen? numhepi-rf nf them. a« 
beli.m^iig !'• the tritM «>f Rvnbi<ii> fnrty-xix 
tlhiu'^nd, and five hutiir^d. 

^* <:0f the ?ou»o( SiiiHxiii, in iliwir pedigree* — 
by their fiunilien, by llifir »ncfHtral hmtM'H, — 
Hiioh a» Worn tiunilM'nHl (if hiui/ Ju tli(> ctitintin^ 
of nameA. by tlwir |KJl>i, t-vtry mulf, fnini 
twenty yearH i>ld,aiK) upwanI5^ *>verj' one able 
U* 1^) forth til war; "-^ HUcb iw wuru iiuiiiU^itxl of 
them, an U-lon^ing Ui tbo tribi- of Siuieim> 
fifty-nine tbuunand, and thm* huudred. 

*• <or the Mm» of Gad, in thoir pediftreea— by 
tbt'ir their aiicesitm! hoiuo!*,— in the 
ciniiitirig of names, from tu-^nty yetn old and 
tipwardft, ev^ry out; able tti go forth to war ; 

'•ticli aa were- numbenvl of them, tut belonging to 
the tribe of iitui> forty-five tlKKiHaud, and ttJx 
bundrud and fifty. 

*• <0f the aouB of Jndah, in thrir pedigreen — liy 
their famitiea. by thwir ancestral hmL-^ws—in the 
otianting of nam»« fn>m tu-enty yt^n uld, aiul 
opwardn, every ont! able Ut g«i forth to w»r; 

^ aiich an wen* numbered uf Lbeu), an Wilimg'iuK lo 
the trilieof .Iudah> Mevtint) -four thousand, aud 
■is himdrud. 

« <0f the Willi of Lnudmr, iu their pedigreai— 
Yif their (amilitw. by their onofietral houaui,— ia 
the counting *>f namra, frotn twenty yttan old, 
Hh) upwards o%t!ry on'-' able to gu forth tu war ; 

** aooh aa wpit nututiercd of thuui. lu belonging to 
the tribe of Iaaachar> fifty-four Uuitvtiuid. and 
fnur hundred. 

* <Of the aona of Xebulun, in their pedigrww — 
by their famiJioB. by their ancvstrnl Ihjiumjh, — iti 
tfaf> nHinting of oaniett. trmn twenty yennt uUl, 
and upwardis every one abU> to go forth to war : 

* •iirh hM wf re uumbervd of them a» belonging tu 
the trilw of Zebulan> fifty-sevt^n lln>t»«ind, and 
four bimdred. 

* <Of thcKmnof .IofH>ph— ** Of thw 
aonM uf Kphraim, in their (tKlign^eK— by their 
faznitien, by their anveMtral bounw, — in tlie 
counting uf nauen, fniin twenty yeant old. and 
up«*ardi% eyery (»nt* able to go forth to war; 

' tudi aa were nuniboivd of th^iit. aa belonging to 
Ute tribe uf Epliraim > forty tlioiwand, and five 
hundred. " <Of the mhia nf Manaaseh, 

in their pedigrreea — by thc*ir faiiid«'»_ by tlipir 
Mion<tml Ikiumcn, — in thecoutitiugof iiiuin-'o. fnMii 
twenty yean* old, and iipuanU, evt;r>' one able 
to go forth to war ; '^ miuIi jut wvrv numliun.Hl i.if 
them. a» beluiiKiu)f to tla- trilie tif M»naaieh> 
tliirty-twu llioU'«iud_ ami two liiiii-lnf!. 

* <Of tlie snnii of Benjamin, in tbxir pedigreea 

*SucDe ccmL IV. 3 ear. iir. 
«ln... fhik. MS., Jan.. 
fei^jt, mul ti,^ I [.luit thin 
ciau«t . cp. m>ca 20, 24, 

'* Thin reWnt^iin of th« nante 
at JoMTph.ftiitl the r»ng- 
in>r under it nf twntrilWH, 
in QoU'wiirthy. C^.venic 
lU : chap. Bxri. 0. 

~by thair faiuiUiw, by their anneatm] hounMs— 
in the Douatiiig of namim. from twenty ycar» 
old. Mid upwardts everj* one able to go forth Ot 
war ; ^ Hueli bm wore iiuiubonK) *jf them, aa 
lielouging to tbe tribe uf Ueujuiuiii > tbirty-five 
ibouaand and four liutidred. 

* <0f tba Bona of I»ftn, in tlu'ir iiedigrtM.*— by 
tb*'ir families, by tlieir anivAtral houne**. — in the 
iniuiitin^ of iia»H>i« fnnti twenty yeani old. and 
upwanln, evt-ry mw able t*i go forth to wsr; 

* iMK^b HH wfjv iiuinbertx) of thojn. ah belonging to 
ttio tnbu of l)an> nxly-tw<] tluiuMUid. and 
M-Wiui hundrud. 

*• <Of tbe aonjt of Asher, iu thoir [ledigreew— by 
their familiee, by their nnceMtruI bom*it,— in the 
counting of namo. fniui twenty yean* old. and 
upwanbs i-vnry uni- able to go forth to war; 

*' ituch a« viiiTV niiniberud of tliem, a/t belonging to 
tbe tril>tt <»f Anber > forty-oiit' thoiiaand. and 
fivH hundrwi. 

*! <The» winsof Naphtali, in their |>ed)gree»»— by 
their faniili^i*, by their ancoHiraJ honaee,— in the 
eotiutuig of uauiw. from twenty year» old. and 
upWHtrlx, everj' one able to go forth to warj 

" jiuch a** wt-ru uumburud of thein. a# belonging tu 
the frilje of NBpbtab> fifty>throe thousand, and 
four hundred. 

** Thttte , are ibey who wwre numbered, 

whom Mucweand Aaron. nnd the twelve 
princea of larael did nuinliur, the 
princes acting each one for Itiii ano(W> 
tnil liouM!. *^ So thi^n all they 

who were numberetl of tbe Hutm of 
Israel, by their ance^itral hoiuett,— from 
Cwenty y«ani old, and upwards, every 
one ablf to go forth to war in larael ; 

" 10 tiwn all they who wen* numbered 

wen six hundred and three thuuaund. 
and five hundrt.«l and fifty. 

" But itbe I-'vitw.'' by ilie trilw of their fathenill 
vn-rv not nuniVn-red iti their midaL <• For 

Yahwuh Hpaku unto ^tineo. aaying : 

* Only' <ibo trilic of Levi> iihalt tliou not 

number, nor <the »uni of them> slialt 
tliou revkon up,— in the midiit of the aona of 
lataeL *• But do thou tby»elfi[ put the 
LpvitOH in charge over the linbitation of the 
ttwtimony. and over all the furniture there- 
of, and over all that peilaineth tlieretu, 
i)tliey|| kIiaII bear the habitatiun. awl all tbe 
furniture thereof, and llthey.i sliatl sttvud 
thereujion; and cniund about the habita- 
tion> shall th«?y encamp. *' And <;wheu 
thtt habitation w to w-.t fonvard'^ [|tfae 
Li>\it4M Kliall take it down, and <when 
tbe habitation in to be pjtt'h«l> ■ the 
Ijt-vit(9*j hIiuU Htft it up, — hut the ttrauger 
that dmwuth ntar i HhiOl W (tut to death. 
^ Hu theu the aaua of Ikrael Hhall pitt:b their 
tettta, — llevttry maDJl near bin own <*Amp, 
and i^Bvery mjull nt&r Im own standard, by 

■Bomeood. (w. 8«iib.,Bli)-. >'Miu>h in wid of tb* Le- 
Syr. and Vul,) ham: vttea ia this Book; mv 

"Ofthe"— O.o. ulup. Ui.6. 


NUMBEfiS I. 63, M ; U. 1— M ; IH. I. 

tlipir hoBU ; ■» bttt i|ttw Lont«A|| iihall patch 
their tciib* nmnd about the hnUtation of 
the tetitiinoiij, that there be mi wTRth upon 
the Rjwnibly uf the nous uf Israel, -tu nhall 
tlw LuWtea keep the watcli uf the babiutlun 
of the tt-Mtimany. 
'^ Thu» did theitcnuttrf lunu^l, — <aticortluig Co all 
that Yalktveh ciJtnnianded M(]eee> IIhuII dM tlwy. 

|2. Thf Order o/ Mtirek~in Firr Crt«M/w. 

3 1 Tlum HpHke Yahweh anto Mueie!> and UQto 
Aaron, saying : 

' <Every man—near hi« »tandard. with the 
cniignfl Miiiigiiig tv> their anoestraJ houHe«> 
shall thn fniTiH t>f Israel encamp, — <at a 
ilistancu ntund about the tent of mcctmg> 
filtall th('> L-ticamp. 

' llAnd they wlin eiu-amj) iraKtn-ard»t_ towards 
auuriae i ,^shaU Iv] llu- Ktiinilani uf the nump' 
of JuJah, by tht-'ir fiiwtA, — uven the prJiioe 
of the mmi* of Judah, Ntt«*lii^n.«m of Amnii- 
nadab; ••and bin host, leven tht-y wlin are 
nutnberodofthemit, — «Bv-enty-fiiiirthou.sanH, 
anil nix hundred. * iThcn tht-y who 

encniiip by him, the tribe of Ituacharl'^ — 
even the priuve uf tlu* mjhh of L^f^achar, 
Xethati^l. ium t>f Zunr ; " and liiii host, evfm 
, they who are numlx'rt.'d of thi-m I,— fifty-four 
tliouttand, atid four liuniired. "^ 'I'lit^ 

|ltril»e'' uf ZehalunI' even the prince of the 
ttnnt^ of Zi-liuhm. Eliah, »on of H6Idu ; " and 
hiH litHt, lleven they whu niv nuuilK<n^ of 
hiuiii lifty-i»Aven thousand, iiud fuur hun- 
dred. * <A11 lhny wh^i »if tiuin- 
here«l to the camp of Judah, a hundred 
and oighty-aix thouMind_ fimr huudr\*d, by 
their hiwtn;- wlmll first' mm forward. 

w iiThe standard of the cnmp of RitiK-n wmth- 
warda. by tlteir h<M»t»i|, — even the ))rincv of 
the Hon.s uf Reulwn, Eliziir. win nf Shedpur ; 

1' aud Uia host, leven they who are numbered 

»»f him [|,— forty-six thuuMand, and five hnn' 
drad. '* .Tluin tliey whn encamp by 

himll, the triljc *tf Simiim, — ev«n tin* prinoe 
of the w^ns uf Siiue<*|], Sheluuuel, w>n uf 
Zuri^bnddai ; '^ and hix lioot, Jwen they 
who are iiuuiljered of tlntu ', — fifty-nine 
thousand, and throe hundred. '* fiThtm 

the tri>>e of Gad I, even the imucv uf the 
HOU8 of iiatl, Khaaapb.Mou uf Keuul ;<' '' and 
hin hoftt, lleven they who aie uuaiU-reii of 
tlwin:,— forty-five tlMiiL-uind. and six hundred 
and fifty. '• <A1I they who are mini- 

bervd to tlie camp of Reuben,- a Viundr«d 
and fifty-une tliuutuind, nnd four hundn-d 
and fifty, by their h.»^t*> nnd they <iD 
the Bi^-und rank;- ("boll het forward. 

'~ Theu ahall set forward the tent of meeting — 
the camp of the LeritM. in the midst of 

' NmIo the (lilft-reiit.1* h^ 
twepo "rwnp" nnd 
•' tribe " ; wtch cmnp 
euUf>Uiti&R of three tril >«-'>■ 

* OOO, ,W. t«UI. 

9: **rnwDtl]i-triVi." 

■ HfDue cod. w. tmv printed 
edn., (.>nk. M».. Jna. 
Mfi. «nd Vul.l have: 
■■ !'■ 'K-l ■■— U.n. .N.B. : 
iuti'ix-liNnKe ttt '**k and 
rfn/fM B«« Table I., 

p. ai.j 

the Mmps— <aB tliey eDcainp> i|bo;j sbatl 
th<ry M't forward, every man at the dde- 
thereof, by their Atandatvla. 

»* 'iThe (itandard of the camp of Ki>linum, by 
their boata, weatwardsi;, — even the prinue 
of tlie Bonn uf Ephraiin, EUhhauia son of 
Ammihu'l ; '" aud hin h*»*it. ,i even they who 
nrenumbered of them 1,— forty tliuuttand, and 
five hundre*!, "» ||Then by him, the 

tribe of MaiiJWKeh !l, even the prinr»» of the 
Mint nf MHivuv^h, ( tamnlLel, .>«)n uf I'edah- 
aur; "and hin hii»*t, (lev«n they wito aiv 
nunilifii-d t>f them !!,- thirty-two thouttaivd. 
and two hundivd. « Then lite tribe of 

1ii>njaininl!. even the prinoe (>f the wma of 
B(;njamin, Abidan. sun tff Uiileoni ; ^and 
his huKt, ilevfii they who are numbered lA 
theiulk—thiity-tive ihuuMatKl. and four hnn- 
dred. ^ <: All they who an 

numbered tothocamp of E])hraim.a hun- 
dred and dKht thousand, and oae hundred, 
by their h«»ta> attd they <tn the thirl 
rank> shall M*t forward. 

* IiThc Btandord of the camp of Dan, otirtli- 

wnrd*, by their li^ataj, even tlie prince «f 
the Wins of l>an, Ahie«er, «>n of Ammi- 
olmddai :" '■"and hit) hoat, Ceven they who 
are nimibered of themi,— +ixty-two thou- 
tuLud, and ^even hundied. *^iiTb«a 

tlK-y who eficamp tiy him, the tribe (/ 
Asherll,— even the princ« of the Knm\ 
Aflher, Pi^iel, i«r>n uf OchrAn : > 
hoat. lieven They who an? numlKrvdF^ 
themit — forty-one thouAjmd. and five him- 
dred. '" i Then tlie tribe of Kapb- 

tftlilt,— even the prince of the sona of 
Naphtali, Ahira, aon of KnAn ; * uid„ 
host, lieven they who arc numl 
them ,— fif ty-tiirwB th< losand . and 
hundred. " <An tliey wb** are 

nuuilmrud to the camp uf Dau, » hundnN) 
and tifty-aevcn thuuMiud. atid siic huudn^> 
<in the hiiidniuMt rank> mImU they Bet 
forward, by their otaiidardn. 

* , Tliw»»L'|i u.n' they who M'cre numbered of 

the t«on» of Israel, by their aucuBtral 
h«U!«i.'M,— ijnll they who wTjre numbered 
t>f thti oam|Jii. by their buntiii were six 
Imiidnxi and three thousand^ and five 
hundred, aud Hfly. 
** But iihc Leviteaj were uot numbend 

in the midHt of the sona of Israel, — 
Ah Ynhw(>h commanded Moeten. 

** Thu» did' the wjhh of IsraeJ,— <«ccordtntf U> 
all that Yabweh dimmanded' Moeea> iisoi did 
they encamp by their Htaudurds and lltiu:, did 
they sot forwnrd, every one by his faroibee. 
near hia anetuitnU Itouse. 

% 3. The yumhcrifyj t^f the Lerittt at th*- SubttituteJ '' 

^ Now Itheeell wero the pcdt^reeu of Aaron. ^ 
and Muttea,— in the day when Yahweh spake 

* Some cod. ; "Amini £>liaddai " (tiro wonts) — O a. 

with MuMM, in Muuat Siiioi. * And 

VUmwiI »rc the wuo» o( the aooa ^f Avon— 

Itbc fit«tliijni| Nadab,— ftiitl Aliiliu, EIcabu*) 

ud Uh&iDiu-. ' ,lTboBii«!i* art- tin- nami'» of the 

luu of Aatuii, t}if> iiriiwtHthat wen; annitited, — 

vhri werv mKtiUler] to minister iwi jmei^tii. 

•s But N»dab luid Abibu died' Wforv Y«hweh. 

H'heii tlwy brought near »tnm{;e 6ns before 

V*h«reh, hi the dew-rt of Sinai.*' and <tiona> 

Jliad th<>y nune,— IK) then Kleainr attd Itluunar 

^^jiinifiti'nKl as prieatK, in the prawenm uf Aarun 

^/)«9ir fnthMT. •Thpn Kfiaktt Yahwtrh 

y a«» *" MiwoM. naying— 

.fBxiug ntKar the Inbv uf Luvt," and thou alialt 
cait«e it to »>tand Ijefore Aaron tlie priwt,^ 
Mj dhall they wait upon hiiii ; ^ »o Khali they 
keep hi» chargf, and thi> cliargt* uf all the 
•i>*(Mnb]y, hefitro the t^-nt of meeting, — to 
d(i the UNiriou» vr«rk uf tlie hnhitation ; 
m *)iatl they have charge of all the fnmi- 
fatv* of thtf tfnt uf mtfting, even th« 
charfP* of the sotu* uf I?*rTu*l,* — to do the 
tAboriontt work of the hnbitatioi], " Thiu* 
«Kidt thnu give \\iv Levite^ unto Aaron, and 
lUilo hi» *iL»nft, — <givtsn, given> they art*' 
nolo liitu, front among the Huns of iKrael ; 
but <uutu, and unto hi« i«mH'> 
<«h«lt th<.>u t(iv« oversight, ho Hhal) they 
kw|i charge of their priesthood, — and iithe 
ot ranger who ounwth near., nhall he put to 

•* -^"■"» ^^x Apake Yahweh unto MtMm, wying — 
*• '• ^ I lheref«rt\ lo! I ba%'e taken the Lentwi 

<mt of the uiidnt uf tl»e »ton» of Isnwl. 
iiutttiid uf uvery finttbuni that a mother 
Varvth/fn^m ann-mg" the tfons of Ltnu-l, — 
*ot|i»ll the I^viu.-H'b« mine'; "fiir <mine> 
In every lirBtlxim, '-in the day whuii I 
vtooU- «v«ry firatboru in the land uf 
Eiiypt> t hnJlowod iinlo myi*lf_ «vwy 
firstl)i>ni in iHnwI, lM>th uf tnAn and of 
iKnat,— <:minir.> did they beoouw^ [and 
Lftlang] unto u)«, Yaliwuh: .^ 

*^*i«sn spake Yahweh unto Modes, lu tbedutert 
of Sinai, ftaying j— 
^iiinlipr thrm the wirw of Ijeri, by their 
anotvtrul houwH, by their familiuH, — <eTer>' 
mfth:^. fnifn imo month old Mul upvt'Ards> 
nbftit thou nunilier them. 
^^then MoMii nuailierrd them, ncoirding t^i tlte 
••adding of Yifchweh. — mi hn wnn commanded. 

Am) thcHW were' the nnui of Levi, by tlieir 
'Un)<<H, —Gfinhan, ami Knhath, and Merari. 

And I'thtMeil thenauiew of thu mjiih uf Genhon. 
hy tlietr famiheH,- Lihni. and mUineL 

*Vini« eoA. 'w, iin« pr. 
^:«ln.. 8am. MS.. Unk. 
Mti.. and HjT.' have: 
""aoj UiMV ■* — O.U. 

' Tb* MMWRinti f^ thia tribe 

«tU TKfmy ciuvful »Luil>. 

* Or ; " rvMeiN," " uteD- 

•tl. '* 
' Ml I-™H Xfixm ondtT 
'^ii^AtliiQ W ■terri', und 

TorthFtn. Cn. rtim m SB, 

*i : ctMu. \iU. 16 ff. Cp. 

Kxo. xiu. IMtl. 
'Ml.: "thnt buntethopeo 

s inarrix," 
tKomc end. pitH lo ihp 

Mam. VI- pimply : 

" unonK " '. *ai\ mi hnni. 

uid Oak. MS. I'u. ntht 

*S— (r.n. 
k Cp. vent 41. 

" And lithe Bonit of Kuhath. by their fami]if.-> 

Aminm. and Ldiar, Hebron, and UasinL 
* And the wins of Merari, by their familiv*!, 
Mnhli and Mushi. 

iThuM-'li are they— thv fnmili'M of tli)^ 
Luvitw. by tlitar anceHtrnl boiiHeH. 
" To <Uendiun> belonged the fniatly of the 
LibiiiteH, aud the family of the Shimeitcet,— 
theeel, are they — the fnmiliiw of the Ger- 
stbunitUH. *■ <They who wi-r« uumbered of 
them, in thu isounting of every tuiUe, from one 
uiuiilh old. and upwurdii, — thoy who wen- iinm' 
iHin'd of them> wens wvim thouKainl. And tive 
hundred. '-"irrbe familien of the Ger- 

aliunitufl <tu the.raaruf tlu: habitatiou> wer« 
lo encontp. weetword. ''And Itlie prince 

of theauo-Htral bouae of the Oershoniteffil was 
Eliamph. son nf LA£l. ** And Ithe oharge- 

of the nnn-t of iremhonl) won over the tent ot 
nteettng, the hahitMion, and thfl tent,— the" 
i-ovtiring thereof, and theiicT»j<m for the entrance 
of tl«! tent of meeting ; ^ and the hangingH trf 
tlw cwrt, and the wreen for the entninoc- 
of the court which wiu* near the habitation. 
and ufAT the altw, ronnd about,— and tlie 
cordH thereof, {as to all the laborious work 
^ And <to Kohath> belonged the family of the 
Ammiutta4, and the family of the? IzharitM, and 
the family of the Hebroniten, and the family of 
the irKtieUte^,— thew are they— the familk« 
of the Kohathitett. * In <the eounting of 
every maltf, from one month old and upward«> 
there were eight thi>uRand,And nix hundred, to- 
keep'' the charge of the HOiictnary. ''•The 
llfaiiiilieH of the aonn of Kohath;! were to pn- 
camp,— on the nido of the hnlntation, laciuth- 
wurdj. "And [the princ« of the ancestral 
huiue of the faniiUus of the KuhathiteM wnm 
E^izaph«n. son uf iruciel. '* And their rhargeii 
WOA— the ark. and the table, and the lamiiaUnt) 
and tlie altarH, and the utenidU of the »anc- 
1 tiuirj- wherewith tlitiy wi*n? Ut miniHter,~aud 
I the Hcreeti, aa to all the lab^innuK work 
I therwjf. " And Hht? iirincse of the 

priuece uf the l.ievittMi[ wmh Eluazar, Min of 
j Aaron the prieHt, —to liare the ovenight uf 
them that were to keep the ohargti of the 
I naueliiary. 

' -'" <To Merari > belonged the family of the 
MahliteK, aud the family of the MuMhitnt, — 
:|tlK>M.*:t are they— the famiheis of M»!mri. 
>* And <they who were numbered of them, in the 
counting uf every male, from one mouth old and 
npwAn1a> were ffix thousand. and two hundrvd. 
" And I tlie prinoe of th« HieQStral hnust* of the 
familtee of MermriU vas Zoriel. eon of Abihail- 
<on the aide uf the hatntation> were they 
toencamp Inorthward!. * And ithe overaight 
of the charge of the •4nu« of Meniri I wna — the 
hnnrdfi nf the halntntirm, and the tmn thcrreof. 
and the pillar» tlK'reof and tho«ocJ;et9 thereof,— 
und all the furniture Lhen^uf, ok tn al] the 

•Bosneeod. (w. fiaiu..(hdc. 
MB. Sep., Syr. and ruL 

have; "aad the"— O.r 

*Ml.; "kwpenol." 


NUMBERS UI. 37— *l; IV. 1-U. 

biburioiiii work thereol ; " uka Uia pQlan of th« 
ouurt njiitid «)iuiit,iuid thtdr ModcetM,— uid thoir 
pitiH, Aiid their ourd*. 
" But i,lhc>' whu WL-rv to encamp U-fure the 
iMlntnMuti, oiuttwardit. iKiun* lite t<>nt nf 
mueting^. tou'ard« ttiiii-nM>l were Mimm niid 
Anrun and hitt wmt>. U' ktwp the oturge of tJm 
aauctiiary. lu thu cliftrgu uf ilio uom of IotimI.* 
Mid {tiie »tnuiK<a' that came nomrW «m to Uj 
pat lu doKlIk 

* < All rhey wbowerp numbered uf the I-«*viti«, 
wbum Mums* [and AmudV' uumbered uC the 
biddinir vf Ynhweh. by their families,— « vary 
moit*, fntm onu mniith titd mid upwnrdB> wwv 
twoiuid-tw«nty tliouitaiid. 

* Aiid Yahwch ttaid imt^i Mom« : 

NiiaiWr thou i'vi'r>- fiiMhoni male Udun^ug 
l*» thf Miiw of I^rw-l, fmm «mc munth i>Iii 
and upwards.— and r«ckon up the numbur 
uf their nnmea; *> thvn alinlt thou take thf 
Lcvite« {ft mo. .nH' Yaliwuhl, iiiifttiad df 
evvry tirstbom amtrog the 8on» uf Israel, — 
oWi the cattle of the l>eviten, iiMlead of 
every firntling urn'my the cattle of the aona 
of tttnwl. 
*8o then M<Mwsi« numbered, m Tahweh com- 
manded him,— every fintthom aroonjf the nonn 
of Israel. *• And it w« «»— that all the flwt- 
horn of the moliti. in tlw ocmnting i>f narocA 
from one mmitti <.ild and iipwiird8_ of swh 
as wen numlnnd of thi^m, — were tu-o-and- 
tweiicy thoufand, two hundred and nuvL'nty- 
three. ** Then npake Yahweb unto 

Mo«w», Baying :— 
•• Tak« thfil^vitSH. inittaMi nf all the firetbcim 
aniLtig th« aona uf Iiinuil, and the cattle uf 
the Levite*. instead uf thoir cattle,— su 
!>hall the Levitw' lielimg unto me, me 
Yaliweh ' ;• ** ami <"-a« the rauMim nf the 
two hundred and wvenly-thrve, — whu am 
utore than the Lev-ite*, of the tinttbnm uf 
KheauiiB ol Iaraul> *^ thuu «lialt Uke fire 
sbekeU apieoo, by the poll, — < by the ahekel 
of the «aD0tQar7> dhalt thon take it. 
twenty gcraha tu the shekel : * and altalt 
givo the silver to Aarun, and tu bin aun^— 
OH the ransom'' uf them tluit are in vxoeiK 
over tliom. 

■*• 841 MoeeH touk the rulemption' nilrer fmin 
tl»em who were in excet« uver llietn wjm w«re 
r«d4M5nieid by tliu Levitex : "• <fri>m tlie tiratlxini 
of the imnji uf I»rru-1> tix»k he tlia Kilver, — a 
tbouitaztd. three hutidr«d,iuul ttixty-five shekela, 
by ttitT shekel of the MActuary. '■ And Miwea 
ga**e the redemption' silver to Aar^n and to his 
•00s. at the bidding uf Vahwch,— 

A» Yabwe)i cummunded MoHCS. 

* Hers vtBia the vhalc «*- 
•emidjr ar« reganlMl u 
primarily nmpatmtbU: 
vu. veiwM^aailll. 

* M lifkcd lu MpuriiHUi in ui 
iukci«nt Uat uf Mpiuiuu* 
«orfla;-'tlieHlDhri'':i. la 
somo Md., in Sum. asd 

Hjr., there innaauioe fnr 
thMu— O.n. oadO. lotrci. 

' 'lluit Inniel U a tanaoiDad 
{•fiiplv istuptinMndagMia 
t-xiirpMcd by •rtatuto. 

§ I, The^nmtjcritui nf the Lffitea for Actilt 
Strfier _ uruirr tttr I'rirtU. 

I Thi-ti 4pMk(i Yahweh unto M^wo* oud uncu ^ 

Annm. «»ying : 
' K4.<okatt up the mim of the ftona of Kohatit, 
4Hit nf the miditt of the jmiOa uf Levi,— by 
their famlhcci. by their aui^->tral huUw* : 
' fnrtn thirty yeant old. and \ipwarda, t>ven 
ntito fifty >*ear«, — erory one that eau enl«r 
into the hovt, to do een'ice in the U!nt uf 
tn<wting. * ThtK! Hhnll be the labuur 

of the MouH of KuhMti. in the tent of 
tn4w!itiiig,— lithe moAt holy thitigvil. > So 
then Aaron and hie sons »hall enter, wbon 
tho camp in t«t wt forward, and lake down 
the Ktvening' veil,— aiidenwi-np then-in tlie 
ark of the tcwtiniony ; * ami put therexm a 
cx>vering of liadger^' «kin, and itpivnd* a 
oomplete wmp|MT uf blue, over aljuvo, — 
and put in the ata^iw thoirof. ^ And 
<ovwr the Prewnoe'-table > «hall tbey 
spread a wnip|M-r nf blur, and put thenon 
the dirJiee luid the paiiH and the buwla and 
the Uhation oupa,^ lithe |«rpetual bread" 
aleul! <. tliereupon > shall remain ; * and 
tlM.<y ahal) nprearl (tver them a UTapper of 
cnuiNun, luid cover the same with a covering 
of badgern' ••kin.—and shall put in the ptavea 
thereof, ■ Tben »IinII they take a wmppur 
nf blue, and iKjVfrtttehgbt'-giving lam prttaml. 
and the Um)>ffthere<if,and the siiuffeni there- 
of, and tlitf «uufl-triiy'« thereof,— and all thu 
uil'-TeneAa tlienof, wherewith they minister 
theremito 1 '"and aliall put the same, and 
all tlie vcowb thereof, within a oomuig of 
hadgeiv'akin,— andahall put it uinaaf^uno.* 

" And tupon the altar oif gold> iihall they 
spread a wrapper of blue, and shall txiver 
themmein a euvering of badgem* skin. — 
and «hall put in the xtavea thereof. t> Aiid 
they shall taku all the utenxiUof attendaiiee 
wherewith they attenil in the sanetnary. 
and put them within a wrapper of blue, 
snd ouver the Mune in a covering of ba<]gen*' 
skin, — and put them on a frame, i* TIito 
ishall they remove th« fat-OMheH frum the 
altar, -and spread over it a wrappi^r of 
purple ; '* and put thereupuii all the 
ntonsiU thereof, wherewith they rniui«ler 
thennipoH* -the tlre-ponfi, the' Il*^h<tiuukii- 
and the ithoveltt and the toiMiig-lMtwU, 
all the utenjttU of the altar, -and sdiall 
npread over it a covering of ftarlgvrs' »kin. 
and i«it in the mtavee thereof. 

u So shall Xaum and his sous make an end of 
covering the annctnary. and all the uteiudls 
of the sanetuary. when tlie camp i* to 
set forward, thmi <after that> Khali the 
ruitw uf Koluith entur to Iiear it, hut they 

Hep.) Ntld : " thereupriu" 

*M1.: "braid I f wmtiau. 
ity" lai«x)r"tl»w»J-OJJ. 

*0i-: "pole." 
'Or: "attend t;i»t«ML" 
' !^>mi' o>jtl. w. Kiuii.. < >nli., 
.Fon.. Srji., Syi . , siii] VuJ.j 
haxi': "an.t th'-"--4t.n. 

NIX\nHEBS IV. l«-^8. 


nuM HOC put forth « touch unto tii»t which 
i» tMily. otae MbouUl they dio, -iabemrl i^hAll 
1w the Ijurdun of the soqa uf Kuhath. in tho 
tttit of lueetiBf . 
'" But jtbe care of EJcmat wm of Aaron tho 
priortn (•hall he) the liffht-fnvitw' »i^ ahH 
the fn^ruit' mcciue, and the pc:i'|tt*tun1' 
meol-offpnnjr. oud the aiiointin?' oil. the 
can of kU thti habitation, and all that Ih 
th«retD, both u to the oanatnary, and as to 
the fnroiture thertwf. 

" Theii >tpuke Yahu-uh untu Mumw and unto 
Aimm, xu.vinK : 

^ (Ki uot let the trilxi uf the faiiiilieM of the 
Kolutthilt** be cut uff out of the tuiiiitt of 
the LevttttL " iThia I. tiierefore. do ye for 
them, so nhnl) Ihey live, niid not die. when 
they approach tlie moet holy place, — 
lAoroa and hia itonall aholl odUt and »ec 
them, man by nu^n, over his tnb»ur. and 
unto" hi* burden ; *" but they »hiall not 
enter to «ce. fur a moment, that which is 
holy, elto should they die. 

** Then «pake Yoliweh unto Hooea, ooying : 

^ Rwkun up the sum of the sons of Gershon 
:,even of them also .—by their anceatnl 
booae. by ihoir fomiiiea j "^ <from thirty 
yoam old an*l upwnrdi. even to fifty yeai»> 
fihalt thou number them, all that may 
enter to take rank in the ho^, to do lab> irioiu 
irork in the tent of mifetiuK. '* Thiit 

HhaU be the labour of the famtUea of the 
Genhonites, —in labouring ind in bearing : — 

* they iholl bear the curtaina of the halNta- 
tion. and tlw tfnt of meeting, the <i')veriny 
thereof, and the covering of bodgetx' ((kin 
which i» (jver above it.- and the rtcrt'eii, at 
the entrance of the tent uf meetin^t; ** and 
tho hniiKiugM of the court, and the -V-Tet-n 
for the eutrunceof tlie gate nt t\u- court 
which id near the habitation, mid neur the 
altar, nnind obiiut, ami their cunhi. and all 
tbelt articles uf «orvici',''a»d all that isi to 
lie done to theoi. wlion they ^'Itoll >I4> their 
labour. " <At the hiddinir of Ayruii juid 
hiM sanH> shall be oU the labour of the .si>nfi 
•if the Genhonites to the extent of thf^ir 
every burden, and to tlie extent of all tlieir 
labuor,— «i shall ye appoint untv) thi-m in 
charge, thfir every burden. * |Thi*!l 

nholl he the laUmr of the familii^i nf the w >nH 
of tlie Gen>lKiniie«, in the tent of meeting, 
— and 'ithe rhurge of tlkemil aholl bo in the 
bond of Ithomar, oon of Aaron, the p^il<^1. 

» ^-A« for the aotu of Merori^,— <by their 
familie«. by (heir anwMtml hau»e> Hhall ye 
nnmbor titeni ; "<fn)ra thirty yeurx old 
aud upwards, even tn fifty yearx'^ kIjuU yo 
number them.— all that enter into the hiwt, 
to do Uboriouji work in the tent of 
meeting. " And llthin I »haU be their 

chatge of the bnttlemi, to the exU-nt of all 

-* AjWevd. (w. fflu our. pr. 


'■in-PT'*— <*.n. 
"Or: "labour." 

ihcir labotir in the tent of nieeting,~the 
boordaof theh:ihttatiuu,aud thebarathrrMif, 
and the pillorii thfruof and the nocVetM 
thereof ; « and tho plIlorM of thij court round 
»))out. and their Bocketi nud their )>int< 
Olid their oonU, to the extent of all tlieir 
nrtiolert. lo the extent of all their laUnir, — 
and <hy nAnieR> sltall ye }xjt under their 
oare the artielcA uf their charge of 
bnrdeufc. "llThinll nhatl Iw the I»l-rtir 

of tile familiee of the Main of Merori, lo the 
extent of nil their labour in the tent of 
meeting, —in the hand of Ithaiuar, !^>n of 
Aaron, tlie prietit. 

** Thvn did Moaes and Aaron, and the princes 
nf the oMcmUy. numl>er the •oan of the 
Kuhathitflfi,— hy their fomiiiea. and by their 
anoeatrol hnuoe ; " from thirty yean old and 
upwurdis ovbn unto fifty yean old, oil thai 
might enter the hnBt, to Ial)oiir in the Tout of 
meeting; * and they who were numbere<l 
of tliein. by their famihes, were found to 
be — two thousand, msven hundred. and 
fifty. "T iTheeel] were they who were num- 

bered, tit the familieit of the Kohathites, alt tliat 
might hdK>ijr in the tent of meeting, — whom 
Moae4 and Aaron did iM)inlM>r, at the Indding of 
Yahweh by the mediation'' of Moees. 

* And < they who were ntmilwred of the wm-i 
of Gerahon,— by their familieM. and by their 
ancevtrol houm> ; ^ from thirty yean old and 
npwarda^ evun to Bfty ytmn old,— nil that 
might enter the host, to labour in the UmX of 
meeting > : Wyea they who were numhtTod of 
thorn, by their familien. by their ouuestral 
houiw,— were found to be— two thuUboud. and 
six hundred^ and thirty. ** itThew- ' are 

tltey wlui wcm numbered of the faniilies of 
tlie «ms of (irrshnn, all who might labour in the 
tent of lutHiting,— whom Mo»es and Aaron did 
number, at the bidding of Yahweh. 

** And <they who vrr.n- numbered of the famtlien 
of the Kine of Memri,— by their families, by their 
anowtral bouoe ; -*^ from thirty yetun old luid 
upwotdo, even unto tifty yeant old, -uU time 
might entor tho boMt to labour in the (ent of 
mceting> ; **yt>)k they who were numlieni] of 
them, by their foniilieH, — were found to lie — 
threetboviaand.inil twoliundrvd. ** I'ThcselJ 

are they who were numU-nMl of the familiefi of 
the wnn of Mt-rori,— whom Moi»e8 and AatT>n 
did number, at tho bidding of Yahweh. by the 
mediation'' of Mubcb. 

*• <.A11 they who were niimlwred. whom Mo»e« 
and Aaron and the princes of I^^rnel did number, 
"Ven llie Lcviteo,— by their familiei. and* hy 
their Rucwtral huuse; *' f rom thirt>- yean old 
and upwards, even until fifty ymkrn old,— all that 
might enter, to toil In the work of labouring 
nnd in the work uf bearing burdens, in the tent 
of mceting> *• yea, they who ¥fere numbered of 

'Instead «if "the ottiijlM 
of." ■omv end. iir. 8mq., 
Jon. 3tl^.. diul Sep.; luw: 

'(►t: "hand." 
'ntoittfid hv tntae rod. 

(W. tJWU., W^. nnd fijT.) 



NUMBERS IV. 40; V. 1—26. 

tbcin wore (otuifl lo liu — et^t thouniKl, «nd 
tivc hundivd. «nd ei^iy. * <At the bidding 
of VaJiwch> wn th*y fmt iii cbfin(o. by tlie 
tnetliBtion of Moan, iinikn by loftoll ovvr bin 
UUitir. and nvar Hii hurdeii, ~ yea. Htliey wbo 
witv pit in ohar^ by himfl wcm tb«y ilwhom" 
Yidiweh eofnmandLHJ MouiU. 

S 5. Sandrjf Late*. 

6 * And Yidiweh utmko unto Mosm. wijing:— 
3 Comnukod ttii< «niiJt t,f Israel, that they wnd 
forth out of th»> cninp. everj' leper, utd 
evwy cme thnt hath » flux,— and every one 
that IB tmclt'An by the di^ : ** * < whcth4>r 
nalu or ftnuHlt>> ye idiaU unnd thum f<irth, 
<unto tkt! uut«idu of tlie uam|>> nhall ye 
Mtid tbeni, — timt they make nut their campA 
tiDclt*ati. in the midst whcnnif ,; I|| have my 

* And th«^ M>n8 of lnr»el jdid mi I, and sent them 
fortlt nnt4» tlnj <Hit-iidt' of tlie catnp, — <a« 
Vahwoh H|)ake untu Moiies> llsoil did the sona 
of IsmeL 

■ And Yahwi-b fipak*- unt4j Mi»»ea, naying ; 

• Sp«ak until the ftonii nf lKra<^l : -tV^Tm-n 

II any man ur woman [i tiball doau^tofany 
huni&n' tin, in actinf; unfaithfully H^funit 
Yahweh, — and that pifRiim fdiall beoume 
aware of hix ^ilt > ^ then aball they oonfean 
their md which they havo d<ni»', and bo shall 
make gooA that vhonrtn he U ^ilty. in the 
prindpal thcn-of. and <thf'flfti) part there- 
of > flhftl) he add tlierountu.— and give to 
him against whom he in guilty. * But <if 
one liavu mi kinmian unto whom bo may 
make good tli&t wbeivin he is guilty> then 
llthat whervin Ins in guilty, which is to \fc 
rentured to Vnhwuhil «hall iie thi? prieet's,— 
bcaideii' the ram of pro]>itiation, when<with 
a ptopitiatory-eovering in to be put over 
him. * And <e\Tsry Iwave-uffHring, of all 
tli« hallowed thingt of the miiiH of iMTsel. 
which they bring near to tlie pntwt> !nnt/> 
him' •hall it Wlong. " And llevery nian'M 
hallowed tbiugsH Uiall be fhiii ownil,— 
llwhat" any man giveth to the prioHtll Khali 
be llhiall 

" And Tahweh Kpake onto Mueee. aayiDg : 

^ Speak unto tho hors of L«ra«I. and thou 

■haltaay unto them,— 

<Wben |,any man'fl wifcj f^hatl tuni anidc, 

and oDmmii against him an act of imfaitti- 

fulncwt ; IS and a man nliaU lie with her 

canially, atul it Khali be concealed from tbe 

uyu of ber liurtljand. and l)e krpt olow. 

but Ilalieil tiatb cuiiiiQitt«<l unolt^nncvi,— 

though <witneiw> theiv m none againit 

her, and ai^hei; hath not lie«n eaught; 

" but tJiew »haU pauft uvfr him a rtpirit of 

jealuuHy .and he xhall lieoumo jimJolm of hin 

•Bp. Jrj-. [tffir after Vnl.l— O n. 

•■him": ■**» T." In ^Nl. : "bvlIinMiii} life)." 

mnwe «id. "m" lit both ■84ihi»'c<xi. w.oiicpr.edn., 

M>rA/«ii«iMlr«Ml [w.6«iii., S«ia.,Bep„Hyr.iindVul.} 

Jus., 6vp., Syr.! utd bare: "mitvbit" — Oji. 

wife. InhehanRgamimitnMfimcrMbnc 
— nr thnir nhall |>wn over him a Hpiht of 
Jealouff>-. and \tf Khali hwHime jealoiu* of 
hb wif^v 'idle mit, having r<jiiunitt«l uu- 
doaiinnvf^ >^ thr<n Khnll the Diiiri bring in 
hix wife tmbt the [me^t, and hIulII bring 
in Iter offering fur hwr, ilia Uoitli of on 
cphah of the meal uf luu-ley, — be iJiall not 
pour thercton oil, nor |nit ihereun frank- 
iutwrnx^, for ^3 jeal<niM>'' gift> it is', a 
r«miiuling' gift, bringing to mind init^uity. 
Tlwn Hhall the pn*«t bring her hbat, — 
and cauj« her to ittand before Yahwfh t. 
am) the ijricwt ahall tnko hailowf^l water 
in an oartben veMel,— and <<<f the duat 
which ahall lie u|.>on the floor of the habi- 
Utk)d> nhall the prieMt take, aud put 
into the water; "and the |>rieint ahall 
eaiue the woman toittand before Yahwoh, 
aud Khali liare the bead of the wonuui, 
and ohall placv upon her bandit the rrnniad* 
Ing* gift, it Iwing la jealoa-iy" giftiL— and 
<lii the hand of tlie priest > tUiall be the 
deadly wat«r. that bringeth a cunte ; 
and the priest nhall pat her on oath, and 
shall say unto the woman :— 

<If no man bath lain with thrt>. and if 
thou haKt not turned a»>ii]e. in unclean- 
sem. (unto another] instead of thj' 
busband> lie thou clear from thin' 
deadly water tb»t caniwth a curse. 
But <if lithoiif ha«t turned aHide 
[to another] innt^-ad of thy hu-tliand. 
and if thou hiut made thyself unoluan, 
— in that a man hath kiiowri thoe 
csinially, other" than thy husband > 
then shall the priest put th« woman on 
oath, with an oath of ruTKing, and the 
(irifsst shall nay unto the woman, 
Yfthweh give' the*? up for a ciinie 
and for an oath, in the midst nf thy 
|»eoi)le, — in that Yahwrh »hall give 
up" thy thigh to fall away, and thy 
womb to swell : ^ no shnll thix' water 
tliftt causetb a enrse. enter inlJ> tliy 
body, causing wum)> to **we]] nnd 
thigh to fall aMi»y. 
And tbe woman shall say. 

.Vmen. Amen. 
Th«n shall the pHwt write thwte curaes in a 
RcrnUt — and wi|K! thi'mimt into the deadly 
water ; " nnd Hhall caunc the woman to 
drink the deailly' water that c-uu.*<>tli 
a ouran, — and the dfMully wster tlinl 
oauwth a eurKe shall enter intu 
her. ** 'llitn iJiull the prieet taku 

from the liuiid of tbe woinnu the jeaknuy' 
meaUitferim;.— snd flhall waiti the meal- 
offering l»fore Yahwoh, and lining it near 
unto the altir ; *• and the priest shall take 
a Imiidful from the meal -offering, a re- 
mi-mhrancer tlii'rtHjf, and make a perfume 
at the altar,— and <afterward!4> shall 
cause the woman to drink tlie water. 

• Or : by Y.'s " giving op." 


NUMBERS Y. 27—31: AX 1—21. 


AuU <:b6 9UOD as he OMUcth her to drink 
the wjit«r> then sh&U it be, chnl, <if »he 
h«*e fallen into uiideauneaa, and ooui- 
Bitted anfaithfulneAs ag* hf-r hu>>- 
buul> <iM Hion SA tho deadly' waUir that 
CHiseth K ouree h^th enUtr^d into h^r> no 
•oan shAll b«r womb AWell uid her thigh 
fall «w»y,— thuM nhall thn wdhiah bf>- 
oome u cuniv. in lUv niidst of tier 
pmiple. * But <tf tlie woman Navc 

not fallen into undeAnnem, but itt pura> 
thvn Hlmll sho Ije deu*. and «hidl Iwu- 
need. "llThiciii i» the law of 

ie«loiuieA.— when ■ wife nhall turn aside 
[ut another] initCead of her luigband. and 
fall into itncleannfWA : "*• nr vwheii tbore 
pa w tcth uvnr |ia liuHhniull a Mpirit uf 
ji^ouMy, and he lNMX»mL>t)i }«alouH of hla 
«'ife> thiiti dhall he cuiittc cht? wonum to 
stand Iwfunt Yaliw«li, and tbo priaat vhall 
tfxecat« ii|ion Ivtir all thi« law : >■ than 
■hall the man be oloar of iniquity ; but 
iilhat womaxi!! bhall bear h«r iniquity. 

8 6. Thf Law of the Narlr^. 

*^ 'Vahw'eh B)oke unto Moms, aaying: 
^I>ettk unto the wiiu of Uniel, and thou ahalt 
nay uuto tliem, — 
CWheo I any man ur wonuin I would make 
the Hfiocial vow of One Scparat*', ■ by 
ceparatinghiiuMilf unU) Yahw>ih>><rn)m 
wine and utron^ drink> utiall lit* sepaniitc 
himfwU» <neither vineigar uf vfin«_ nor 
vinegar of BtruDtf drink > ahal] lie drink, — 
juhI <no liquor of grapes^ xball h» drink, 
<jio grapef fruh or dri«d> nhall lie rat. 
<An tho days of hia Mparatiou> <uf 
nothing that In made fruui the grape- 
vine, from the Mttdit even to the Bkin> 
■hall he eat * < All the daya of hia vow 
of scip«ratiun> fno niRuril ahall inuii over 
his head, — < until the days are fulhllud 
for which he ahaU aeparate tilmwlf to 
Y ahweb > < Italluwed > shnll ho Iw*. 
letting the lucks of the hair of hut head 
grow Irmg. " < All the days for whit-h hu 
liath i»e[>Amt(^ himself untn Vnhwtilt^ 
<tD uo dead peTiion>'' tthall ho ^u in. 
<Nt!ithKr for bin father nor for hia 
xnuther. nor for Ki« btuther, nor fur hia 
«iat«T> tdiall he wake htmMlf unclean — 
Oct eVBn for |'thein[l. ahould they die>, 
— because llhiB Bepamtion" unto Godil is 
^[lon ht5i lieiirl. ^ ^AUhisdaysttf Htfpara- 
*iuD> < hallowed > in liu unto Yahweh. 
^ut <il one that is dying should die by 
Itiiu in a moment, Huddenly> then ahall 
lie cuiuit unclean hi» huntl of mparation, — 
and dhall nhave his head, on the day ho 
ctransetli hiiuoulf, <oa the seventh day > 

i*^' J5.'*''''- *^p.o™. 
*^ ■«; Jod. im. 6: 

• \*^- ■ *^ to •ool uf on* 


« Evidentlr - the itign of 
Us MfiaiBtiaiL 

ahall he altnve it. >*> And <on the eighth 
day> shall he hrinR in, two turtle-doT«w, 
or two young pigwns, — unto the [trient, 
unto tliit L'litmiice of the ttmbof uiwttiiig ; 
oixd Uie I'ficot oliall uiukc, of one n tiin- 
bcaror, and of one an a«cer)ding-Mncrifice, 
and so put a propiliatory-cxjvering over 
him. for that he ninnod' in rcMpcct of th& 
liead iienti'ti,*— thu^ ithaU he hallow hia 
hefid.i^^mtbatd&y. )>Tht->n.shalUii'«e|iamtv 
unto Yahweh liiii daya uf M>inimti<m. and 
shall hrhig in a he-lamb a >'ear uld, n» a 
guilt-bearer, —and >;the erat dayti'l shall 
lie Ir«t' hecansQ his aeparation' | was made 
unnlfanl. " And thia I is the 

law of th« Se|>amte One.'' on the day 
when he fulfiUeth hi.-* dnys of w-parntion, 
hn tthall "im bnmght in unti> tlie entrance' 
{tf the t4iut of uteetiitg : ^^ then shall h« 
hnug uuar, a^ hi« irffenng unto Yahweh, 
— one be-lamb a year old. witliuut defect, 
fur an aacending-MacriRce, and mw ewe- 
lamb a year old. without defi>et, for a 
■in-bearer,— and one mm. without dufuct. 
for a peace'' offering ; ■" and a Iwsket of 
unleavened cakes— fine meal in niund 
cakes av€5rflrtwed witli oil, and thin cakes 
of uiileavennl bread, anointed with oil, — 
with their uieal-otfering nnd tlieir dnuk- 
offeriiigit. "'Then nliall the prit^t bring 
[them]' near before Yahweh,— and offer 
hii atnbearcr, itod hia aecendiDg-sncrifice ; 
ai^ <:lfae ram> shall be offer an a )>cttce'- 
offerinf unto Yahweh, hoaidoa tho baaket 
of unleavened cakea,— and the priest shall 
offer the nioal-offertug thoroof. and the 
drink-offering thereof. " Tlien Kliall the 
Separate One' sliave. at the eutranoe of 
the tent of meeting, hin h*^ of aepara- 
tioD, — and take the hair of his head of 
sepnmtion, and put upon the fire, whioh 
is under the peace' -offering. '• Then flhall 
the priest take the nhoulder for lH.iihng 
from the ram, and one unleavened round 
cnke fit>m the baaket, and tme DnleaTeDed 
thin cake.— and plnoe th«m on the haoda 
of the Separate One after he hath shaven 
off hi« [hair of] nejmratlon ; **and tlie 
primt slukll wave tliem lu a wave-offering 
before Yahweh, <halbwed> itiit'fortlw 
priest, benides the wave' brva^^t, and be- 
ftjden the heave' leg,— and <afterwardii> 
may the Separate Oue-^ drink wtne. 
iThisIl is the law of Onv Se|»Tatc.« 
what he shali vow, hi* offering unto 
Yahweh with respert tu liw separation. 
l^^des' what his Imiid uiay obtain i* <aa 
required by the vow that be shall vow> 
;iiM>;| must he do. with rcHpeot to the law 
of his He[iarattun. 

•Or: "tniMDiI thenuu-k," 

* Lit. ; *' thcwiul." 
•"FiUl" ~"taH out" = 

' Eeb. : the mittr'. 

•Or: '-hliD." 

'On "beiidoswhathiiiaon- 
vnnirace tuJdelh." I'hat 
ts: if able, he iiuiymake 
a volnnlMi-)- addittoa to 
thi' appotatml pffering. 



NTJMBEBS VI. 22—27; VII. 1— ;17. 

S 7. r/w? Prifrtlfi BrMfitieltun. 
■ And yahwoh ^palcH iinUi Ma«w. iin>')nK : 

* Speak iinUt Anron. and onto hin sons, uying, 

llThoBi! fihiU ye blew the mns of IhtmI,— 
aaying unto them : 

^ Ynhwch bloaa tbeo. and keep tliee : 

* Yiiliwrli cause hisfaoo tu shine u|K>n tliee. 

luir) Ix' gracious unto thee : 

* Valiwi'h lift up hU face unto theot md 

iippoiiit unto theo. peace. 

'^ Thus tiliall th«y put mj name upon tlra »onii 
of In-arl, —and ' I myself )| will blcei them. 

9 a The DniientMu of the Attar, atul iMt 0.fMi»a* 
ojtht Princes. 

7 I And it came to pai* <an tli» dny whi^n Mom«i 
made mi end of rearing up the hahituttoo, and 
anointinft it. and hiJIowing it. and all tlie furni- 
ture thereof, and the altar, and all the ut«nail« 
thereof,— both of unoiiitiuR tlipm. and halknrtnir 
lhem> * that thu itrinoeniif Iwwl, tlio heads of 
thsir UMWtral hoiwen Imade an offerinyl, — 
ItAwy* biing prtnccA uf the triboa, they* being 
the uien who stood over them who were num- 
liered i: 'yea, then brnught they in. ar« their 
offering, before VaJiweh — eiz oovcavd waggcna^ 
and twel\-e oxtm, « waggon for every two of 
tJie princeB, and nn ox for each one, — yea 
thi-y bniu^lit them nimr b(>fiir« the ha>>ita- 
tk>n. * Then iipake Vahweh unto 

Moaea. wying : • 

* Take ftheiu] of them, »o shall they be for 

doing tlif lulK>rluu.s work i>f tlic t«ut uf 
meeting, -and iIkju aluklt give theni uuiu 
the Levitea, to every man acoording to the 
need" of hia laborious work. 

* 8o Moaea took the waggons, and the oxen. — 
and g»vfl them unto the Lentea : '' < two of the 
waggons and four of the oxen> gnve he unto 
theaouaof Oeiehon.— aooording to th** need of 
their laborioos work; "and <four of ths \rng- 
gons. and eight of thenxen> gave he unto the 
aonsof Metmri, — ooonrding lu thw ntinl uf their 
laborious wcirk, in tilt* hnnd of Ithamar mm uf 
Aaron the pritMt ; * liut <unto the fiunti of 
Kohath> gnvft he mine, — because lloti to thu 
lahnrimifi work uf the eunctuary [which] per- 
tained unto themli <upon their iUiouldara> 
WMTt' they ti' curry it. 

'" So then ttie )>rinoee offered for the dedication 
of the altar, un the day it wiu anointed,— yea 
the princue offered their oblation before the 
altar. " And Yahweh oaid uut4> 


<Each prince on his appointed day> thus 
■hall t)\oy 'ttfer their oblation, for the dedi- 
cation of tht^ altar. 
I'And Ml it WAR. that Ihe who <on the firat 
day> offered his obhitifm l.—woftNahflhOn K>n of 
Anuninadab, of the tribe of Judab ; i> and llhis 

• IJt. : "miKith." 

offering'i waa-onediargerof mlwr, <a hundred 

and thirty nhek^-ln^ the wifight thtireof, one 
tnfwing howI_ <A iiUvcr, aieventy «h»^kplK. by 
thf nhckel iif the winctuary.— 'Iwith of thmni! 
full of fine menl ovptHowM with oil. for « menl- 
oifcring ; '• one ipoon of ton [Hhokchi} of gold, 
full of inoentM*: "one ohoioe young bnliock. 
one ram, one he-lamb of tlt« fint year. a« an 
aHoending-«acrifi«!e ; '•one" yuung >Kj-goal, aa 
a Kin-btMrvr ; ''and <iui a peare'-offering> two 
oxen, fivt* t*tn«. five ho-giiabi, 6ve he-lfcniba tif 
tht> firHt year,'' — . thtA i was the oBpritig uf 
XiwihfVn. Mill of Aiiimiiuwlab. 

'" <On tlie nnormd day> NRthanfli. aon of 
Zuar, princw of InKwihar. hnm^ht hbi oifcring. 

'■Ho uffured a« bin olilatitm— imt- cluu^r itf 
Ailvor. <:a huudii-d tintl tliinv |Mliekelft]> tbtt 
weight theroiif, i>n« toiwiui; tKiwl. of «ilv«r, 
sAVftnty atkukeb, by tbc shnkel of tbu aanc- 
tuary,— llbotli of them 1 full of fine meal over- 
flowed with oil. OH a meal-offering : ** one i 
of ten [abekeU] <if gold, full of inoeuM : 
ehoiee young Imllocik. oou ram. one he-lamb 
the fint .vear. aa an awendiug-aacriflcf : " irne* 
young he-goat, aa a nin-lwiirer ; '"and <ai# » 
peaoe'-ufforing two oxeu. Ave mms, five he- 
goatM, fivf? he-lawUt of the flret yoar, — Hhiajj 
WOK the <>|ft<ring of NetbanAl. aon of Zoar. 

** <0n the third day> the prince of the aoni* vA 
Zobulun. — KUab. ton of H*l6n : * ['hia offer- 
ing' — one charger of silver <a hundred and 
thirty [Khekela]> tho weight thereof, one 
t4Mtung bowl of silver, auvonty sbekelii, by 
the fthekel of the Kanotuary, — ^^ibolb of themli 
full of hne meial ovorfiowud with oil. as a meal- 
i:iffering ; * one apoon, of ten [shekela] of gold. 
full of incenM* ; ^ one choice young bullock, cme 
nun. ime he-lumb of the first year, aa an 
•flcendinir-Merifloe ; ^»ne> young he*gnat. aa 
a flin-hearer ; » and <aB a jieace' -offerings- two 
oxen, five rama. five he^gontH, ftvp be-lamba of 
the firet year. — llthi*il waa the offering of Eliab. 
aon of H^l/^n. 

*> <On the fourth da.v> the prince of the wms 
of Reulx-n. — KliBflr. son of Shededr: *' : hia 
offering! oin» charger of silver, <a huttdivd 
and thirty [8hekekJ> the weight thereof, one 
toiwing IjowI. o( nlver, seventy shekel*, by 
the fhukel of the 8anctuary,--l|botb of themli 
full of ttiie me«l overflowed with oil. oa a meal- 
offering; '*one apQon of ten [flhekeI«]of gold. 
full of inoenae : " one choice young bullock, one 
ram. i>ne he-lomb of the fimt year, aa an 
(Wcending-MUjrifice ; •* one" young he-goat for a 
(tin-bearer; "and <a8 a |ieace'-offering> two 
oxyn, »iv« ra ma. five he-goata, five he-hunbe of 
tho lirHl year,— llthiall was the offering of Klixflr, 
Aoti of Hhedeflr. 

» <On the fifth day> the prinee of the iMnw of 
SiniiH>n, — Sholumiel. non of ZnriHhaddai : * ihia 

■fVnuocod. iw. San.. Sep., 
87T., uid Vol.) have: 
"and (Hjc"-0.n, 

"N.n.; thp propoiti'mB: 
8 aarendinii-mFrtfiem. 1 
«in-bearer, 17 peioe- 

offerimr*. Thu utiliia- 
tirm of M nuuiy aa food 

«aBiManitl"n' n<it b«re 
imly, but thrfloghout ttie 
Luvitieal eooaomjr. 

NUMBERS VII. as— 85. 


off«riugiI uav charger of tnlver <a huDdnxl aiul 
thirty |itlieki!U]> tlii; weight thfrsof, une 
toctsin^ liowl fif mlvvr, Auveuty Mhukela, hy 
tb« »hLkju'] uf tlic tukiietturj ; [both of theu) | 
fuU of tine uteal (iveHtowixi with uU, oa a meftl- 
oflering ; *ane tipoou of tea [shfkelsij of gold, full 
of inoeiMH! ; * emu cUuiot! yuung Imlluuk. une mm. 
nue be^lainb af the tirtit ycKr. sa an aooemling- 
ucrilioe ; ** one* yuung he-Roat. as a ata-bearer ; 
"Mid <nM a ve»«.''-otft'rin(f> two uxeiu 6ve 
nuiM, fiw h&^pci&tA, five lie-lanitM uf th« first 
IdAr,— ithiRii n-M the offehug uf ISheliuuiet. sod 
uf ZurijthtuAiiiu. 
^ <Oii the sixth dAy> the phnoo of thu Mma 
of God,— Rliunph. Mill of Deuel: *" liin offer- 
ing; yiOK chorgrr of silver, <a hundred aud 
thirty [ahttk(Uet]> the wnHght thereof, one 
KoBMug liuM-I, of flilver, seventy Abekeltt, by 
the abcki*! of the wtnotiinr}*,— ,ihot1i of themjl 
full uf fine Dtual overflowed »ith uil, aa a iU(.*al- 
offering ; ** oue apuun uf tea [ithekehi] of gold. 
full of incenite ; *" one chuioe young hulluck, one 
nftm, oue he-Iani'i of the first year, km an ascend- 
I Eig-Hncrifii.^ ; *"oiie* young lie-goat. aA a siit- 
l.K3iuvr ; "ami <iwa peace' •offerings two oxen, 
five ranut. Brv hu-goati*, five he-laiiibo of the 
ftnt year,— lithiull wan tbeoHerini; of £ljasaph. 
&Mjn of Ltouul. 
' -■ Ou the seventh dAy> the [irincfl of the 
•Kkiu of Ephrajm,— Elialiama. MHi of Ammihud : 
* llhis afferingll one cliargerof silver, <« liundrod 
mxitl thirty [Hiiekeli<]'> the weigrht thereof, une 
tCMBdug bow!_ of mlver. »ieventy shekels, by 
thf dJittkel of the sanctuary,— 1| both of tliemll 
full of line meal uverflon-iMl with oil, an n meal- 
offering; "one spoon of teu [»b<'kel»] of gnld^ 
full of ioceuise ; " one choict: yoxing huUock. on© 
niin. one be-lamh of the fimt year, an an tutoend- 
iDg-«acn6ct] ; **<«!«■ young he-goat, uit i\ ain- 
butrer; "4ud <aaa pQaoe'-offeriiig> two oxen, 
ftvK ramN, five he-gpiMtB. five he-IambH uf the 
ftnt yuar,— fthtiil waatheofTeringof Kliahama. 
•uu of Ammihud. 

<0n thf eigbthday> tlie prinoeof tlieaoiiaoF 
Manaaat^, - (iaioaliel, non c»f Pcdalixur: "Ilhia 
offirringl ujw cliargi^r of nilvpr, <rn hundnKl 
and thirty [Hhi^ikels]> tlip wHight thfnttiF^ oue 
towiing bowl, of silvttr, suventy (^hekctlH, by 
the ahekel of thr Aonctuary,— i[botb of them I! 
full of fine mral uTurflowinl with oil, om n nieal- 
offering; ''and wpcxm uf toit (slit^keU] uf gold, 
full of incenK ; "^ one choice voting bullot^k, one 
ram, one be-lauib uf the And yitar. m art 
Moenditig-aacritici* : ** une* young he-goat, a8 a 
«in-baarBr ; ■* and <iu> a pea(.'f'-uftermg> two 
oxeu, Ath nunii, five liL--guatM, tivu be-latabn of 
the linit yoitr,— Ithitdl wan tltu offering of Gama- 
liel, aon of PtxJuhjcur. 
" cOn the ninth dAy> the (trince of the ihm» 
of Benjamin.— Abidau. son of Oideoni : *" l|hi« 
olleriugl! oue chiuger of cilver. <a hundred 
and tltirty [HhekeUl> the weight thereof,— one 
teaatng bowl of silver, seventy ahekt'lu. by 

* SntM qmL (v. Sun.. Sep., 
i^. aad Viil.) have: 

'undone"— O.n. 

the ahokol of the sanctuary,— II both of tbemU 
full of tine meal overflowed with oil, a* a meal- 
offering; "* une npuon. of ten [sIksIo^Is] of gold 
full of ine«n»e ; ® one ohoit-ie young buUoek. one 
turn, one be-lnmb uf the first year. a« iMl 
acioeiiding-aacntice ; ''one' young he-goat, aa a 
&in-bearer; * and <a« a peoou'-uffurin/> two 
oxen, five nuna, five he-goatii, five he-tambB uf 
tlu! tint year, — lUiinii was tJie offering of 
Abidan, aou uf Gidouni. 

** <0u the tenth day> the prinue of the nnm of 
Daii,— iUiiexer, son of AmniiHhaddat : " •^lihis 
offering I one charger of silver, <:a hundred 
and thirty [i(hekel8]> the wdght thereof, —one 
turning bowl, of silver, aevonty shekeLi, by 
the aliekel of the sanctuary, —|i both of themii 
full uf fine meal uvorflowcd with oil, bk a muul* 
offering; • one spoon, of ten [idiukelaj uf gold, 
full of incense ; * one choiLt! young bullock. 
one nm. oue he-lamb of tlie timt yeihr, a«i an 
aaoending-sacrifice ; ''^ one' yuung lie-guat, n* a 
sin-bearer ; ^' and <as a |M<aoe'-offering> two 
oxen, five rams, five be-guaUi, five lie-lamba 
of the fintt year, — llUunil wud the offering uf 
Ahiezer, »od of .^mnuMhaddai.^ 

'^ <On the eleventh dAy> the prinoe of the 
sontt of Aidier,— Fftgiel. aon of Oohr&n ; " ihia 
offeringll one charger of siKur < a hundred and 
thirty [*hekel«J > the weight tliereof , one 
toaung bowl, of silver, seventy shekuU, by 
the shekel of the aanotuary.— iboth of thomj 
hiU of fine meal overflowed with uil. sh a meal- 
oSuriug: "''onespoonof ten|iiliekel«lof gold, full 
of luueiwe : '' one choice yooug buUix-k, one 
nun. one he-lamb of the fiwt year, a« an 
aBcwudiiig-sftcrifioe; ''one»yoitng he-goat, as a 
sin-bearer : "and <aa a peaoe'-«flering> two 
oxen, fivf rauiH. five he-goatji, five he-lambs of 
the first year, — llthisll was the offering uf Pagiel. 
Bon of Oehrin. 

"• <On tlie twelfth day> the prinoe of the soos 
of Naphtali,— Ahira, son of En&n: '• diia 
offering I nav charger uf silver, <8 hundrod 
and thirty [sh6ktds]> the weight thereof, one 
tosAtng bowl, of silver, seventy shekels, by 
the shekel of the sanctuary, — Hboth of themi] 
full of fhie meal overflowed with oil, as a meal- 
offering; *• oue -ipoon, of ten [shekels] of gold. 
full of inoense ; "' one choice young bulhtck. one 
ram, one he-lamb of the fimt ywu- as an 
ascending-sacrifice: "one" young h«-gi»l, as a 
sin-beai-or; "and <a« a peace' -offering > two 
oxen, five nuns, five he-gtats, five hM-lorabs of tlu» 
first year,H|thi8ll was the offering of Ahira, son 
of Kn&n. 

M (Thisil was the offering for the dedication of 

' the altar, in the day' wht^n it was anointed, 
from the prinraw <if IsnutL — twelve chnrgeraof 
silver, twelve tnwing bowls of silver, twelve 
s|KKms of gold ; "W <a hundred and thirty 
[shekels] > each' clinrgt^r of silver, aad 
<»eventy> each' toe«uug bowl,— Hull tho 

•S«iineood. 'W.Hnm-.HBp . 
ftfr iiD«1Viil.)>iuva:**And 
uDs"- O.n. 

<>8nai« 00(1. v-r. : Amml 

»Mddsi (X «0<ds)~O.a. 

'N.B.; ■* day" -W dais. 


NUMBERS VII. H6-89; VIU. \-'24. 

silvOT uf the vt^riHebr two thounand attd four 
hundrwd [dhelcelB], hy tbo shvkel of the ttAno- 
tuRFj- ; * itwtilvo upouiw «f i^«^lt^. full of iucenaell 
ten' ftliekclH earh' Bpoon, by the shekel of the 
fuuiirtTiftry, — I all the gold of the spootwll a 
liiiiiHrfiH and twenty ["hekeli)!. "^ .1 AH the herd 
for the aAct-ndinff-Micnfioe^l, — twelve bullockn, 
twplv*- ramfl^ tWHlve he'liimlw of thw tint 
ye«ir_ with their inMal-fifFiTingw, — twelvf ymmg 
be-gOAtM for th«* iMutrini!- of iiin ; * and inll 
the herd for the ]Mm«>-f iff m ring- 1|, twenty-ftiur 
bullockii^ mxty mtiiH, Hixty hb-g«atit, iiixty 
be-larob» of the firht y«or,— 1 thijiil wne tbe 
offering for the detlicntiun uf the lUtar, aftar it 
«u Miuint«d. 
* And <whcD Momw entwed into the tent of 
meeting, that He might speak with him-- then 
heard he the' Voice speaking imtn him.frimi 
off the propitiatory ttmt wa« upon the ark of 
the toBtimany. from between the two chtrabim, 
— Mi He spake unto him. 

§9. The PrientM oiy to Uohi thr Iahhp*. Tiic 
Levitr* arr contrcralfd in thr plaot of all Inrnrl. 

8 I And Yahweh ftpake unto Modea, saying : 

' Speftk unto Aaron, a-iul thoii Hhnlt aay iintu 
him, — 
<When thou lightest tip tbe lam pa > <over 
agfuiutt tbe front of the lAnipMtiind> shall 
tbe seTen lamps give light. 
^ jVixI Aaron did hu, <ovcr ngainnt the front 
of the lamp«tAnd> lighted lie up the lamps 

Ar Yahweb oommauded Mueeti. 

'Xqw lltlilsll was the work of thu Inmiietawl — 
beaten work of gold <both in the shaft thereof 
and in** the HunxTN" tliPreof> wiu« it lllnaten 
workli <according to the ajipcnrunoe which 
Yahweb caui^d tn ap|teur unto M(Meii> Dwll 
made he tbe lampntand. 

* And Yahweh npake unbo Moses, mying ; 

* Take the Ijevites, out uf the midst of the Hons 
of l.fnu*I,— ami thou «Wlt jmrify thero. 

' And llthuBll ihalt thuu du unto them, to 
purify them, Hpriukit* u]k)u tlicin »in- 
deau»ing water,'' - thvu ithall they uause o 
ro/xjr tu pUi'H over all their fle»h, and Hhall 
wiub their clothes, and so make themttelvee 
[>un>-. " Then »ball they takea choice young 
hiilUick, with the meal-offering thereof^ 
eveii tine m€;al overtlowi>d with oil,— and 
<A Hccond cbtiice young bullock > nlialt 
thnn take, an a «iu-boar«r. " Then shalt 
tbuu bring the Levitea near, before tbe tent 
of meeting, — and shalt call together all the 
aasembly of the itonn of Farael ; 1* and nhalt 
bring the Levitea near Iwifnrp Yahweb, — 
and the nmH of IktboI shall Inan their hands 

»Or: "a." 

•ML; "evcnthes. t. wpn 
Ihrf. t." ^moooo. (w. 
Bsni.. Onk. MH. sod 
Jen. } have : " and even " 

' R(i tt tthd. tie fw. Hum. 

nnd S.*p,] (but M.C.T. 

hasUt. : "flower"}— Q-a. 
'Or: wster prepared by 

nintact with a "tin- 


M\nm tht-* LevibM ; >' and Aaron shall offer* 
tbe Lpvitee, a*> a wave-offering befoce 
Yahweb, from amutig the sons of Israel, — 
so shall they be for ]>erfonning the lahimons 
work of Yahweh, *" And ' the I>evit««|! 
KhatI lean their KnndH ii[)t»i thp bead nf the 
hiill^ickH ; then make thou of thp one a ffin- 
hearer, and of thi' other an aiuTRniling- 
t<acrifiw*unto Yahweh, tu put a pnipitJatory- 
txiveriiig over tbu Irt-vitea. '■» Thu« 

tittalt tliou csuiio the I>ivit»t to iitand Ixtforv 
Annm, und liefure hi» i»on», — thus tthalt thou 
otft^rlhc^motfu wave-ufferingunlo'" YabwL-h; 
I' tbuM slmlt tbou separate tbe Levitew out uf 

the midat of tbeioiw of Israel, —thua Hball 
the Lovicea beo<iiuo mine'. >" And < after 
that> shall the Invites enter to do thu 
labour" of tho tent of moetiug,— wi slialt 
then purify tliem, and otfor them a« a wave- 
offering. '''For < given, given > they are' 
junto me!, out of the midst of thp aonii of 
Israel,— <ius1oad of ewry timtbom that a 
mother bearetli'' from amang* the xiiu of 
l8rael> bare I taken ihem' unto me. " Kor 
<mine> is Bver>' firbtbom, among tlie auns 
of Israel, among men. and among bi_*aata,— 
<Dn the day when I smote every firstUirn 
in the land of Kgy|it:> did I ballon- them' 
unto Die. '■ Tberefure have [ taken the 
Levitc*, - instead of every finrtltom among 
the soiift of laraci : '* tbcn;f<»rt' have I given 
the LeWtes. » a gift unto Aaron and unto 
his MHW, ovt of the midst of tbe »)us of 
Israel, to do the laborious work uf the soiu 
of Israel, in tbe tent of meeting, and to 
put a prtipitiatory -covering over the euns of 
Israel,— so shall there be, among the atma 
of Israel, no plague, by the coming nigli of 
tbe sonu of Israel unto the tuxtictuarj'. 

^ And MoscM and Aaron and oU the aoaemhly 
of tbe sotu of Israel did' tliun uutu the 
ljenteK,--<ac«)nIing to all tliat Yahweb com- 
manded MoKus a^ touching the l^riteM> i|(k>;| 
did the sons of Uniel unto tbent. s' And tbe 
Levito^ accepted tbe clonnriiug fmm sin. 
and washed their elothe^, and Aaron offered 
them a« a wave-offering befon* Vahweh,— 
and Aai-on put n prtjpitiittory-ooTeriug over 
them, to make them pnre. ^ And 

<after tlint> went the T^^^vites in. to do their 
lalioriiiiis work in tbe t<-nt of meeting, Itnf'ire 
Aaron, and Ix-fore h'w sons,— <aa Yahweh 
eomniandeil MtweK concerning the I.devitea> 
liHQi, did they unto them. 

*> And Yahweh itpake unto Moitce. saying ; 

** llThisT ia wliat conceniotb the l^vitm,— 

■ Lit. : " wave." 

" Bojiu! cod. ;.w. Oak.. Jon., 
ttod St-p. 1 havo : " he- 
tore" — O.n. 

' 8oiiic)C>c<d. •w.8ani..Oiik.. 
lim., RTifl Spp.) hitV4> : 
" t» iwrionn thi' tiilKjriiniN 
wort " Im in vw, 11.'— 

<>H1. : "eviry fliwtbocB 
burvting opm a matrix." 
So it should tH>— O.B. 
rM.C.T. aoueely intelli- 

* SofDPwwl. 'w. ftwm . , Onlc . 
Syr. mhI Vol.' have 
simply : "anumg,"— Ojl. 

NUMBERS VIII. '2d, -JU ; IX. l--r6; X, 1, 2. 


<tiYiin tweaty-fivr ytmn old and upw»nii> 
•ball the J vntvr Ui tjikv rnuk in the hoat, 
for duiug tht* laburiouft wurk u( tli4< tent of 
tdccting; o but <fnjui thv u^c uf fifty 
yeiirK> vhall tbejr rctirv (rum takint; tuik 
in the Iftlxnir. aiitJ Khali du tnboriuuN work 
DO more; * yet tih«U tlwy wttit iipun ihuir 
breCliren iu thu tvnt of inuvtiiiR. by kuupitig 
charge', but <1nl>unuuii wurk> uludl thejr 
Hot iicrfunii,*-Uthu« 1 ^iuilt ttiuu du uiiCu 
the Lovitev. as tuuctiing their churtre^. 

1 10. l%e First CuMtnrutonUivt J*a»mrrr. 

* And Yohwph npnkr tinto Moee« io tliu denert 
of Stntti, ID the «."c«nd yi-vir by tlieir oonimc 
furtti out of thp land of Kgypt, in the tir»t 
rnuntli, raying : 

* Let the Huofe of Inrael, th^.'^mfore. keep the 

|)Wwover, in ittt ApptiintM season : * -run 
the frmrtemth d»y uf clii!i munth, between 
tb« twn eviining)t> shall ye keep it, in its 
a|i{iiimted >*«aM»), — coccording to all the 
Ktjttutm tJu-ruol. and aocurding tu all the 
rvgulatimui ttiereuf > Hhall ye ktwp it. 

* Thma ikfMdcH MiM^Ji unt^i thu hudh of Iitnu)!, that 
thl^ kIuiuU) kiwp thr |NUi«ov*er. ^ So they 
kirpt tiw pa««over, in the finrt [nK«ith\on the 
fuurtomth day uf xiw munth. iHttween th« two 

rtaiin^.*' in tliu d(»iirt nf Hinai, — <accorTttU{f 

I all that Yaliweh ixuniiuuided Mohmv i|ao I 

'did' the nun* uf LrmsI. ■> But 8o it 

wa*. tliat tlwR werB' cnrtAin mmi who liad 

beouune uuelcjui, by a dcjul penmn,** and oould 

not k«tip the [MLMuVKr mi tliat diiy, — tht^refore 

ouite tliey n«ir. liefor*- M<»w-* and bcfrirp Aamii, 

ou tlial diLy. * Then «aid tbiwi! im^n nnto him, 

Well art unclean by a dead jwnton,''— where - 

foro' ahoidd wti bewjint* uf k-wi <ut(wni, fur 

want uf ufforum llw ublutjun uf Valiwuh in 

iu «|ipadDBed ae«suu, iu the inidnt nf the 

«ona of limsl ! 

* And MoMw Mkid uuio thenL— 

9t*y. and k't uie hear, what Yaliweh •dinll 

ivmtuiiiid coiic<.'niinx you '. 
' 'n)«--n B|«kt: Yabweb uutu Monea, aayiiig : 
*• tSpcftk unto the «»n.s of Inracl, wying,— 

<Tbougli llauy luitu I be unultrun bv a dtMul 
peraon/ or' be on a juumey afar »iff_ 
vrfaether in the ca^e of younwlvea ur uf 
jrour generatifina > yet ttbatl he ktMip a 
paauver untu Yahweh. " <Iii thu 
aeouod month, no the fuurtuonth day 
hatwge n the two evtmingi> ah&U they 
keep it,— with unltiaveuod cakea and bittur 
h«rfa» »liall tU'V ent it. '^ They ithalt 
not l«Ave thuivuf until mumiui,'. hnd 
<iMi lume"- shall they br«ak thertnn — 
^accurding to all the i<tatiJtfa of tht- 
'pamavfx> ahall they keep it. " But 

ln|^ ItTwi'louM in tbiM 
putMl tTlr««c fpint mtr- 
*iM of Uk •■IiItt T^\iU>^ 
•(VBao. xtt.^n. 

trore": nnd MiNiineood. 
iw. Rhiii., <Jiik., Jan.. 
fieii. 4uil Viii,; — o.n. 
' Mi.: "bv II hiiiiMto Willi." 

• )l«Tr ml. T •• l.j- ■ M)al." 

• H«« (i . Inttu.. |ip. mu, 92:i! 

<aa for the man who |ia| eleui,Mtd <qo 
A }uunioy> duth nut chancv tu Ik*, and 
yet failutli Iu keep thv piuwiuver^ that 
|ionwn aboil be cut off frum amuni; liit 
kiuafolk.— fur <the ubiatiuuof Yahw).'h> 
liAih ho not offerod in ita apitoiiited 
aoaaou, <hiH uwn »in> ahall Itlut' nmn| 
bear. ** -^ \V'hea_ mwrcover, tlii-rv may 

aujuum with yuti » wijuiirmr, wlm wuuld 
k<Mjpa |«Mu>vi)r unlu Yahweh > <ttc<jiitd- 
ing Ui the »tatnte uf tliu pntHUVer^ and 
juvunlin^ tu the rvfjulatiun there(.)f> 
M>ii muiit he keop [it],— j.oud fttatiitu|| 
nIuUI there lie fur you, l»th for the 
I i«>Joumar, and fur the native of the land. 

' i II. The Ouul*t*ff Cloud. 

I " Now <on thoday the IiAbitAtum wa* rvarwl^ 
tlie cloud covered thf habitatiuii, even the tout 
of the teMiiraony. and <in the evening--- it 

^ wiui over the hnbitatiuo. like an upiKwranfe i>( 
firv. until uiuniiug. "iThuhll uuue it to pawt 
ountinually, itbe eluudli oovured it,— and an 
ap)>t«rance of fire, by night; "but <ttt the 
bidding uf the ujigoiugfi uf the cloud from 'nS 
the ttfnt> thtMi jlafter tlwti; the nonii of 
TMrn«] net ffirward, — and <in the plaor whiTe 
ttic chiiid a1»x)e> HthonM] the mimt of iHniel 
encani|)ed: "•<at the Wdding of Yahweh> lliit 
.-M lUH uf I.-^roel net furwiutl, and < at the bidding 
uf Y»hwuh> they encam|ied,-'<all tlie dayt 
that llie cluiid kbude upon the hab{tjkliiin> 
they ivniAimNl encamped. '"And < when the 
cloud lengtliened out itt< xtay Ufxm the liubitu- 
tion, many dayto then would the mm* uf Ismcl 
keep tlie wntub of Yahweh. and wuuld nut <iet 
fnrwArd. '^ .\nd ;|iu> it wa<«lj <when the iJuud 
wuuld 1>« u few dayit* upon tite liabitatimi> 
<nt thu bidding uf Yahwuh> they n*maiu<Nl 
eiieampud. and <nt the bidding uf Yahweh> 
thciv (tel forward. *" And llso it wn**,; <. when 
tlie cloud would bu from evening until u)ornitig> 
<aa aoou m* the cloud M-uut up in the mnrniiig> 
Ml Hoou did they mA forward : <whethur by day 
or by night> <aawx]n an the oltnid went up> 
M> auun did they aat forward. " < Whether for 
two days, ur n uiouth. or a yLwr,*" the eluud 
lengtheuod out itH alAy upon the habitation, 
atriditi); thereuiiun> thu aona of lonud tvmAinud 
oncam|>od. and set not forward,— but <At the 
upgoingn thereof > they set forward. ^<;.\( 
the bidding of Yahwoh> they oncamricd, and 
-'at the bidding of Yahwi>h> they s«t forward, — 
<tho wateh of Yahwuh> they kept, at tlio 
bidding of Yahweh. by the band* of Sloaea.' 

g 12. Tftr Ordinaaa oflhr Sifrer TmrnttH*. 

> And Yahwuh K|inke unto Mcnes. aayinir ; IQ 

'•) Moke tlioe two trumpotB of «lver, <of bunten 
work> ilialt Uhju make Cliem,— and iJiey 

• Ut. : "dajmor oumbor" 
- (liij^ rtaily oountcd ■• 
K riiinX time. 
^SH.: "dayjt"; cp- Lev. 

MtV. ». 
' Or : " modlatitm-" 


NUMBHR.S X. »— 3*. 

aliall lie untu tlim for onllini: llitf MtMnihlj, 
and f<ir witting forward tlie ramps. ' <Aft 
•ujit UM they blow ilitinMnth> mj stiun kIuiII 
ail tlu.* luvwuibly ast«en)Me t)iem!>elvt>^ iinlo 
tbw, untn the entniuot' of tli(.> tfiit itf 
metfting. * Anil <if looly uuwli ttiwy 
lilciw:> then KliaU the princes, tbeli4»dH of Uit- 
tbouuuuls of Innielt f^tlivr ttieai<M.'lvert imtu 
tfaee. »But <when ye blow an »Jjirm>» 
then iihnU wt fotWAT^ the «u»ii^ that art* 
eoounped eutwardn ; "aitd <wh(>Ti yo Udw 
nuecnnd alAnn> then rthftll >wtt farwnrd t]w 
auii)M that are encaimpwl unuthwardh,— 
<an a]ArTn> ithall they hlow_ for wttinjc 
Ihinn furwunl. ' hut <in calling t/jgether 
the c<«ivixaiti(>n>'' ye nhall hltiw. but jJial! 
not lUAiiid an alarm. * And Jthe humn 

of j\aruii the prieKtKj Hhal] bk>u- with tht* 
truiD|KUt, — uiid it xh&ll Im! untu y<m (or u 
Ktatutt' agt;-uhi(]iuK, untu yuur ^uera- 
tioD*. •And <wli«u yy )fo into 

war in your land. aKniu>*t the lUMuilaiii tlmt 
aasailutli you>, thon slmll yr* Mow jvii uliuiit 
with the trmni>ets,— and brinjf yijur>*!lvf> 
lo luind before Yahwdi yimi- Gud, and If 
saved, fnmi yuur enemies. '* Ami <ui 
5-<«ir day of rejoicing and in your upijuinte^l 
MtMuuiiU), and in tlie lieginningH of your 
monthio tbeu shall ye Wuw with tbo 
tntmiieta, over your ascfudiug-«VLTiHi;i^ 
and ovw your iteAi.-e'<otferiii)rs — wo shall 
Uiey lie unto ywi for a nieuoiial liefoif 
3'our GticL"' 

111— Yfthwehll am your God. 

^IZ. The Afarrh ,>/ thr MutthoUefl /T.wti /^/lo*. 
und the Deatrt o/ Sintii trjt. B'lUtb incited 
tQJoi-n in tite JtfarrA. 

^ And Ki it came toinLSM <iii the sirxjud y«ir. iu 
thf BfLimd month, on tbi* iwciitirth uf the 
month > that the cloud lifUtd it«elf up, fmm 
off the haliitation of il»; tiwiimoiiy ; '^ and Uie 
eoiw of Israel wt forward, by their romovaJit. 
from the denert of Sinai, —and ibfu llie doud 
alxMle in the dewrt of I'aran. ' ' Tiiun then did 
they net forward, for the tiist time,— nt the 
bidding of Yahweli. by the bftnd uf Miaea. 

'• So the utandanl of the camp" vt theKnauf 
•ludah fiet forwaid titxt, l*y their hiwtH, and 
<over liis owD ho^t> NiihahunJ «on of 
AnuDinadab; ^i and <over the boi^t uf the trilie 
of the wjiiH of l8aQchar> Nutliau£l, hou uf Zuar ; 

'*ttnd <over the lumt of the tribt* of the nuna of 
Zei>uliiu> Eliab. wm of Ht-Ifin. 

'* Then waa taken down" l}ie liabitaCion,— and 

• Otb. : |M>N*A*. whieh team 

-apnitractcd iH'rcpated 
*!• IliU "o«in»i»»U">n" 
tliiit i^r the "in-incm" 
ttum*^ In vvrat' i .' 

^ThuN tbcii thfi» •ihrr 
lnmi|iftH were prnyer 

• Kcte neiT KKuln thflU- 

tiiiotion brtwwn •' oump" 
«niJ •* hunt ■' " flumn. 
cJuip. it 3. 

'Op. rhnp. 1.7; H. .1. 

< Or : '■ 'flicn KmiU l>e ur. 
"Uw.1 to br"i tiiiL-n 
ildWii." r*r), (ioc>il<liDt{tu 
iJrivcr. "TfiuM* in Ili-b- 
ty^," t I4fi. liut ^H" 
iMther l>uv. Ilrb. Hva., 
p. M. r. 

Oie sonfl of titmhoD and tli** Mnu v( Mentri net 

forwanl'. lieariui; the liAlnlatioii. 

1* Then Met forward the- AtaitHanl of the camp of 
Reuben, by their hoatK. - and <over bii) owu 
ho»t> Klinur. sou of ShetleOr; '• aud covt»r the 
liuMt of the tribe of the noui^ of Siniuon> 
Shehimiel. mm uf Zuriflhaddai : ''and <uv^ 
t\\v biwt of the thlv of the aooB of Oad> 
RliBJ«i)h_ fttiu of Dciiel. 

^' Tbe« MRt forward the Koliathttes, benrinjr th* 
Hantrtiuiry, — and ao the Italiitation waH ^Hnn^d' by 
tlM* timi; tliHV (ainie in. 

— Tlten •wt for*uttl the .ttandard of the camp of 
the HouK of Ejiliraim, bf their boHtA. — and 
<'over liiii own hoMt> watt Klialmma, wm nf 
Ammihud ; •'aud <o»er the host of tlie trilie 
of the wiuh of M»nft(*eli> Gamaliel, aun of 
Pedahiur : "and <over the hurt of the tribe 
of the sonH of IJcnjainin^ Abidan, miii of 

^ Then tK*t forward the Htandard of the camp of 
th<- *onf> of Dan, bringing np the rear of all the 
eanipA, by their homts, — and <over bin own 
hcwt> Ahimtur. Ron nf AmniiKluiddAi ;■ * and 
<over the hnet of the triln- of the mook of 
AHber> Vagit'l. Hnn of Ochran : * and ■cover 
the hiMt of the tribe of the Mina uf Naphta]i> 
Ahira, Mtti of tluan. 

• l,Thei*e:i wert* the Hettingn-forward of the 

ttona of Ihrael. by their bi«t», — thus 
did they net forward. 

'^ Then ttaEd Momcw to Hobab. son of Raguel tlw 
Midiiinite, father-tn-law of Mohbh: 

<Setting forward > ar« we' imto the place uf 
which Yahweh bath maid, 

■^The imme> will I give untu you,— 
Oh come with uh. and we uiU do tbeu gmid. 
for HYaliwHb'i hath s|K>ken ffoud. uon- 
ctiniing Iitnuil. 
"• Aud be Haid unto him. 

I will not go, —but <auto my owu hoid. and 
untu my owu kindr(Ni> will I gi^ 
^ Then said hu : 

I boaeoch time, du nut fomake ua,— for «m 
thiA account> baat thou ocme t^j know uf 
our em^mping in the duiwrt, ho (•halt thuu 
be unto UM |aa eyufil; » tuid it nhoU be <:if 
thuu Witt go with Ufi>,— yt>ji it atiaU be thiit 
< with the very gotid whBrewith Ynhn-eh 
ahall do u»' goud:> will wo do giN>d uut*i 

■> So then tfaey went forward, from the moun- 
tain of Ynhweh.'' a journey of three days, — and 
I the ark uf lht> ccivenanl of Ynhwubli waa Koing 
liefnre tbpm. a joiiniey of three days, to ttearch 
out for tlipm a rwrting-plnw. =** And ! the olood 
of Ynhwehll wan over tht-m by day,— when 
tliey net forwanl out of the camp. » And 

it came to pans <wben the »rk sot forward > 
th»t M^woa MUfI : 

' V.r.iiiw>tai:t.-<xl. : "Anuni 
MluddNi " {i wurci*)— 

> Well might Muunt Sinat 
1m thuu naniNl. 

NUMBIiHii X. :Mi; XI. 1- 2U. 


Aiiac. O Vfthwfh 1 tuid scuttcrcd' br ihy (ogm, 
Lcl dtem llial bate? tliuv fltn? Ijeftin* tliM ; 
*But <wheii it nsi'U'<i> hi: Mid.— 

Return, U YaliWLtli ! uutu tlii; oiyniida nf the 
thutttondftof Unii-L" 

SIA. The ilttrmurtmr of Me Frapt^ •/rmtiotM thx 
ikttiffffuvj [arw/ tht .<initift(t) of thf Fl*^h, atui 
Ou tvitUr Ift/t iif (A< spirit. 

f Ami it canif to imw, that <wheii tli*- [icHipk- 

M'vre griviiuf ibfiti>«f]vei up tL* uiuniiuntm:> it 

«%-«•> (piovoua ill tlw vmr*^ of Yahweh,— wj 

'^'Khwdi livarkfiitHl. nuii kimlU'U wat« hia au^*!', 

^hXul tlie tLi¥ of Vuiiveh buruei] iiiuoim iIk'Ui. 

ff -^'* oonniuicd Xi.v utiviDiurt |iart of the 

i_ ^miii >Tlu.'urJid the pfuple tiiikku outcry 

[^ viVj Muhk.— atui Mcmm proyetl ujito YaJiweh. 

^:w'»i ilif firr* fwnk di'mii. ' So hu callod 

; B »K iMimi' of that ploot^. TaUTnli i.i-. "A 

£^«inun(f "*],— Itecaiu*** tlwrv atiuitiy thein 

^ mJo fire iif Yahweli. 

Miir«Qwr ittliv mixed multitude'' thui WM is 
V^vir aiidHti: cwjticeHltHl nut tlieir iuMinir.— and 
c_» ct'ini th«>w)ii*of I^niel fell A»'ay niiil wi-|>t{. 
^ B <l u)d : 

^Vh<. wilJ ynuit tu tu cat flwlil? ' Wp 
n-nuniiN.'r thn fbdi that wu did t*t in 
Kgj-»1 without monpy.— lhi> cucumben, 

Iand thr wntiT-uifloiis, niid ttit- ht*k^ and 
the uiuutu, and thi- gnrlick. ' But uuw 
uur MMxX* i» ilriMl up, thurv it* uuthiiiff itt 
lUl,— uulnis <aato the inaiiiia> [we turn] 
iMir try**. 
«^>w ijtiw luauiuil wu i Itkt; coriander need „ 
*-*^wi the njipumnue tlHnvrif liki* the appearance 
**^ Molliuui. * The ptniplo idmnj to ^> About and 
T*»*j1[ ii op_ atitl (triiid it with a pair of mill- 
***-'*-»Di», ur pound it in k inurtiir. and i»otl it in 
*■ I »nt, and make it into round cakos.— then wns 
*■*>•* taMe thereof hke the tatt* of n dwet-t cake 
»*\3M)y with oil. " --When the dew vnnie down 
^poii the camp by night > the Dianiu oame 
•lo^ii then.'U].xm. 

St. thun Mutte* he>ard the ptwiple weeping hy 
tht^ir familiee, erery otte at thi* t^ntranoe uf hiH 
lunt, -thnn kindled the an^r nf Ynhwuth 
tlen.'ely, and <in the ey«s »f Mhwa.-* it was 
irtii'voiw.» " And Most-* «id unto 


kWhervfoni luwt tboti let thy (Kr\nnt ixime tu 
ynef, nml whert<forv have 1 nut found 
favour in ttiiue eyiis— that ttiou «huiild):wt 
lay the burden of all tbi* ptxiple ,upou 
me ? 


•Tliwo two rpr»»w «rp 
tw«ck«b*<l hy tW vifli'i-l 
M«BaoT«tir ttuUxiritiffl 
fc)f mvano i-f "iii\»it>«i 

illalijcatinn. IlinHhiirij 
runxtwl^ tiul the mi- 
nngiWiMnt tn the Mi>p. 
inlMTC thv uitlrr i* - 

*at»~ aft. an, »i; Hhmm 

— Intpft. pp Sia. S|». 
<• .><iuM>nwl. u. Onk.. Jon., 
«••[>. ttiul Syr.; hjiT* ; 
*'f>'Wl'*— fJ.u, 

' • ' CVtIIettiiin. mhbte " — 

^Tbit i*. "uur uppctlM;'* 

■ 8Atuv vonl itB in renea 
11 ttnil 1&. 

1^ Did Iti conceive all thu« peuple^ or il|| 

betiet theoit*— tliai tlwu Ahuoklmt Miy 

nntu iiie, 

Carry them in thy l>o»om, 

OS A nuining fnther con-ieth « tiicklin^, 

unt4) the Aoil which Ibou didst swuir uuto 

tlw^ir fathen'? 
1^ Whence »huuld ill have fleHb tu give to all 
thii» people, - for they keep M-ovping by 
me, ruiying, 

Ob jfive lis flwh, thftt we may eat ! 
'* < Unable > am ll. by myself i to cnrry all 

liuH jieople,— for the)- are too heavy (or me. 
" But <if ilin this way i thou art goinp to deal 

with me > ;, slay me . ( limeech thee, »dny 

if I have fuuiid favour iu thine eyo«i, -and 

let lue not t*x my grief. ^ 

■4 Then «aid Yoliweh uiiio M<mi«i — 

(Fktbrr thou miio nie wntrnty men. from 
among the elder* uf I.'iriiel, of whom thou 
knowe^t timi they are' elders of the ppople. 
und their uverwww,— then «lialt thou take 
them unio the tent of moetini^. und they 
shitll station theniselviw there, with tbee. 

1' Then will I come duwii, and six-ak with 
thee theiv, tnd will take' of the spirit that 
it ufjtjn thee, and put upon thum»— and 
they (thttll carry, u-ith thoe, the burder of 
the |»eujde, and Itbou | ohaJt not carry it 
by thywlfl. -"And <unU> the 

pMfp3e> Axu.\\ th<Hi Hay : 

Hallow yoiirselvtw by lo-muntiw, and ye 
4iull eat flealt, for ye have wept In 
the ears of Ynhweh. j»ayiug — 
Who will grant urt to eat fletth? for it 
noA well with n* in E«vpt,— 

(lio then Yahweti will give' you flenh. and ye 
Rball eac " <Not one d3i.y> »\\a.\\ yo eat, 
nor two days.— nur fiveday^f. nor ten ilays 
nor twenty days : * for a tuontli of dayn, 
until it oometh forth out of your uoHtrilts w) 
tthnll it beconiu Ui you a loattiAome thing.— 
because ye have refiii«ed Yaliux*h who is in 
your midnt. and have wept Iiefurv biin, 

Wlierufore'. now' 

came we forth out ••( 

■ I Jt, : " him '■ — which. 
tbiMiah mthcTtitningv io 
Kn^fUiili, U wiM- iu Uvb- 
ttrw, unci \fnAn tt>k-l( -kvW 
to ihi! Ihruro vinpli>\-<l 

*>Tbi>i l> KtleMtwl tu bvnu 
ctlb-mtiim cuwlp W thr 

Jwribt*'. Some uuttiun* 
do Htiitt' llMt the icxt 
orifftiMlly witx, " Kill m^ 
I |iTwy Thee, out of hnntl. 
that I may luit m* Tliy 
».^il "—i.f. thi- fvil or 
miaiMhiiu-ni » hcn-u ith 
Thou «i)t vIMt Ixmi'l. 
As IhiH mi^ht h>: HI u^u- 
rtrunl HO li> uacribe rvil 
to thu Ia'pI. t ht' s>ph<.i-uu 
nut MW in/ fwiij" (•'mm 

llir .fcniMLlimi Tatrnim 
it In evidi'Ut tiiat iu nomu 
^^tHiULh(>texlii!tI n<ail- 
ing Wan. " tJw fvil of tht? 
pMipk." ur "their o\-il" 
— CuottMiM-d fniiB ii. 
IntTft. p 3M. 
• Lit. : -Vlthanitf." **n^ 
mXK." "Htcul •«»;." 
Wbjitam bi> the meaning 
nf tills.' Muot MoHM 
DWiln b<.' II channal 
ihiiMigh nhit'ii thcSplrtt 
miKht be lmp«irt<.-d to llit 
SfiVf nly \ tut if ill udim* 
bnttiimiif lh«mcdiat/nial 

ftu«iti<>n <tf tho Mcaviab 
n reff niux- to the «me 
Kifl ' Oiiiiii. I V*. IxTiii 
l-s, Eph- IV- :, Hi Aot*U. 
' Cp. O.Q. »1. 4. e. 


NlTiCBRRS XI. 21—33; Xll. 1-12. 


!(■ And Mooen sftid, 

<3w hundred thoufuind footiiieii:> arc the 
pt»D|ilc in whuac midHt am < III: yet ithouj 
host (Ukid^ 
<Fle8h> will I gxvv unto them,' ttnd 
tltey BhftU eat for a month uf duys. 
™ Shall ;|tht> floukxaad hercU,: be ftlau^lit«red 
for thiitn. tluiCit may Hiiffioe for them? E^Kall 
IIhU thu tiiihtM iif thif wall be ^thi^red 
together unto thtnn, tliat it may milfioK fiir 
'^ Thtm said Yuhweb untu Muhuk, 

Shall the baud uf Yahweh:j Cailt 
' NuMi' [| ■liulc tbuu mx whtither my woixl cutjiu 
to paM utito thee, ur nut. 

^ Aud M<»!«tTi went forth, and ttpake mitu the 
p«>plt; tht? words of Yahwehi—and ^thor&d 
ti)getht.>r Kevt'Dty uiuu frum among' the t*ld«rN uf 
the peuple,*" and eaiwud them to »tand, n^uud 
alxjut the tent. ^'' Then Yahwvh taiuio 

down; in the cloud, and »|Ji»ke unt-u him, and 
tCKik'* of thw Njririt that w«h upon him, and (ptve 
untu tilt] Mirtmty nmn — the elders, Aud it 

oame tn patM^ that <:whtin tlio Kptrit nvted upon 
theDi> thoy pruphtMiud ,** and thi'n did no no 
more. "" Now lhnn' v,vrv twu nii-n 

loft Iwhind in the oaujn — ,,the namt* uf tlw une„ 
waM KIdntl,nnd ||t)it> name of th<- other ; Mtnliul, 
aotbcm thuMpirit tnwt^Ml on them 1 — !>they,l lieing 
amonff them wliu* wet-o writti>n,* thuutth they 
had not gone forth untu tbt? tt^nt,— hut they 
prophcued iu th» camp. '^ And there ran 

A youujt man,' and tuld Mosex. and Haid. — 
jEldad luid Mediul.j aru iimpheNying in the 
uamj) I 
*• ThL'u rftflix>nded Jottbua, son of >'uu. tliu atten- 
dant of Moacn from btN youth." and aaid,-" 
My lord Moms, furtiid them ! 
3* But Hoomiiaid unto him, 

Art llthoa I jual(ii» for |me|? Oh would 

that II all the pfMiplo of Yobweh,i were 

prupbvtij ! Tea let Yahweh put hia apirit 

u|KJTi tlicni ! 

* Then wnw Mumuh received iMwk into the cam|i, — 

l,'he. and tlie eldmrv of laraelil. 

-^' Now ila windli Imd sprung uii"* from Yaliweh. 
and cut off <iuaiLi fi-um the ana, and \vl (hem lie 
over the camp — as it were a day's joiirtH-y here, 
and a day'a jimroey there, round nlx*ui tlie 
camp.— and ft« it were two cubit«. on the face of 
the land.' ■« And the people rtm- up all that 
tiny and all the niKht and all the next day. and 
gatherer! the quails, hv that did lea«t gatlitred 
ttm homers, —and tlujy spread them out for 
theniavWei*. Bprcading away, ntund about tlw 
camp. "ijTIio fle«h:' wa* yet Ijctwetn 

• One i^h'IkhiI. n up. T.r. 

;•«■■•■; Hnii irnuit- M8. 
httte; •' unuijtm ■' — u,n. 

• thODi' cod. .w. Jvn. auil 
Vul.j liBV€: "oMcn uf 
Istnel ■'—<*. n. 

• Cp.oavcr.l7— »anu>wi»rrl. 
" Or ; " wen- uuvmI t«> pro- 

*Or: "cnnJifHl"— O.O, 
'Ut.: "ttie J. ai."--b«t 

uthai yiiuoignuui .' Article 

iilearlf (jiniprie— "wticlc 

ot iipnHni." 
' Or : " 111 liin choftta yuung 

*ML; "hMdMrtfiuf'-CO. 

*Soma cod. iw. Oiik. Mb., 

and nuu oar. («■. cdn.) 

Iiave: " Uat of all tLc 

Ittttd" — U,n. 

thdr tcetb, not yet; cbcwvd. — whem lltbe aagvr 
ni Yahwuhjl bad kindled upon tht> ptxtplti, and 
Yahweh nmote tin? jwople, with an exoe^ing 
great plague. ** And the nanto of that 

place waa called, Kibrotb-hattaAvah,' — tttK-atme 
ifthere , they bnried the peopUi who had 
luKted. -'^ilKnim Kihrnth-hnttaavahi 

the {KKipb: 4et fomanl to Hazenith,— and tliey 
rumnined in Haxeruth. 

g ir>. Afiriam ttnd Parent jeaUnu of Mo$et. 

' And ^liriani aod .'\an)n ajiake against MuMf«, 
Qpu account uf the Cu^iUite woman wtiom he liad 
lakcm, —for <a Cusbitc woman > had he taken. 
^ And tb(.«y said : 

1« it <only' and solely' with Moflefl> that 

Yabwiih hath »iiok«:n? 
<With u» «.Ul\> lialh he not iipuken? 
And Yaliweh betut] it- ' Sow | thv 

man Moe»ea|; waa patient'* exce«?dingly, — afaova 
all the 8onfl of eartii, who were on the tmc» of 
the grfHind. ' Then luiid Yahwvh, 

Huddeiily. imto Mlimcs, and unto Aanm, and 
unb) Miriam, 

Ciinie out, yc three, imtu tbu tent of meeting. 
.\nd they three wt;ut' out. • Then Yahweh 

cami; down, in a pillar of cloud, and itood at 
the eutrane«' of the tent,— and called Aaron and 
Miriam, and they Ixiih went forth. " Thim 

aaid he. 
Hear, I beseech you. my wonU, 
<Wben ye have y-ur pn»phut>* 
<.\h Yahweh. in a vi8ion> will I make 

iiiyself known luntohim!; 
<In a dreams will I speak with kiin. 
' <Notf«» my Horvant Moms, — 

<In all my hou^> jitruMtyil i»i he"; 
• <Moutb to mouth> do I apeak with him, 
Aud [>lhinly— not in dark t>ayingR, 
And •-ihf fonu of Yahweb>'* dotb he 
discern, — 
Wherefore, then, were y« not afraid Co qmUc 
again-it my wr^ant— againat Mows? 
^ Aud the anger uf Yahweh kindled u|h>u them.* 

aud he departed. 
"* And <whcn the oloud|[ removed frum uS 
the tent?- — lo ! llMiriam;i leiimus, like 
•now : And Aaron turned unto Miriam. 

and In!' . . . leprous '.' »' Then 

naiii Aaron iiutn Motwts, — 

Ob my Inrd, dn not. I beseech th«e. lay np4^n 
UN sin, lUthougli we bav«< fliade onraelveti 
fictlish. and although we liave Hnm<d. 
" Let iier nut. 1 U-aeech thee, reniaiu like tlie 
still-horn,— which <wben it is lx»ni of its 
ii)ittber>^ the half of ita flesli ia ounaumfNi.' 



* /.'. " The ipavw of lo«t.'" 
•Or: •■Iriod." 

* (it,: "h iiraphvl nnwm^ 
ytrti " — <■ .n. AdoptinK 
tliia cuniKtiiK. we ehd 
lender : " Should ihe-rc 
bfl [or "ariw"] u pro- 
pbot aniimg jou. 

* Yet even thio muitt htt 
Ulidemttiud m) uh oob tu 
Otmtnidfirt Ex. xxxiii. 

' With injtknt affout. 
'Or: " there rfi# wa*^»' 
' Aarun, *«t!in{f , Btood 

a^faiivt. Notothf-nlirupt- 

noM of tlK> rtfurd. 
^Ml. : "wbuo it ciiiiMth 

forth from ha motlMx^a 

< The tvKt ortftinallv wux : 

" Let her wit, I inmy, ba 


NUMBERS ,\ir. 13 16. XIII. \~29. 


" Then Moan nuule notci^ imto YiJiwuh »y. 

O Goo, I Imeecfa thw. grant tiealinfr. I 
bwoech the*. unUi her.« 

^ And Y«hwith iaid uuto Uimc« : 

<lf Jlberuwn fnthur had i|bu( sp«t 1 in Iter 
fM«> would filio iiui lukve kclmowMfed the 
thmtae for seven dnyit ? 
Ltt her ahuc banclf u|j for acwn daja, outside 
the amp, Aod <aftLYward>i> Int licr be 
TBoeived badt. 

"SoMinam shut hcntelf up. uutaidu tlw cmnp, 
fcw wnm d«ya,— nnd ttho people' wt not 
forward* until Miriucn bad lio*?n received 
hmek. >■ Then <ftf(/7nritnla> did llw 

pr«i|>l»r fiet forward from HazM-ntti, und en- 
oani|K<d in the dcncrt of PikrAn. 

{ Itt. Thf Spiet! tKt Land lost fur « Crttrt-ation. 
(C|>. Deu.i. 22— 3*).| 

^ Then Ajittku Yahwfh unto Moikh mying: 

* Send for thw iiii.'n.and let them «py out the 

laiid of C^inawi, which V am giving unto 

tJif wnis of Iwael,— <antf man each, 

for the tnt*- (if hi* fatherH> hbalt thou 

■cod, each une a prinoo among tlimn. 

•So then Mow«4 w-nt tb<Tii out i)f thr deswrt of 

P4t&tt. at tlie liidilinif of Yuhweh.— jiall of 

themll great men,'' <h«i.dKuf theiMjiwof Urwl> 

arere iliey'. * And l.thnMit are their 

nantca. — 

-'»3f the tribe of Reuben > Shauimua, nun iA 

* ^Of (h« tnbe of 8iiowMi> Shophat son of 

H.iri ; 

• c Of the tribe at Judah > Caleb. *on of .Tephun- 

tuth ; 
'<Orthe tribt'of Is«actiftr> I^al. (<on of .lompli; 
' <Of thi! trilie of Kphraini> lliisbca.' nuii of 

Niiu ; 

• <(Utht>trilieof Bcnjainin> Palfci.xinof Raphn; 
•• <Of the trihcof Z*'buhin> (Jaddiel.wmuf Sodi; 
" <Of the trilw? of Jineph— of ihe tribe uf Manas- 

aeh> Gnddi. wn of Sua ; 
"<Of the triiw of r>an> Amnilel »on ..f 

"<Of the tribe of A(*er-> Sethnr. *« of 

"<OI the tribe of Naphtali> Nahbi. eon of 

» <0« the tribe of G«d> Gauel. wa of Machi. 

* <Tbeae> afc the nameft of the men, wbnrn 

Motn tent, to 8py ool tite land,— 

eWi Mm* rc- 

«»J -fi-rr fn 


%» llNVfak 

a mrtUl|> -i i.~.ii 

fen4> llir •Uiilli- warn 

t hvref'irv nlt«M«d from 
tttf llr>i iH-DH-n i)]unU 
inui tlif in)i>>i-«iiiu] " 
(*iiu>l>un;'i> In(ni., mt. 


' Ucb. : Kl-^it' , I r t'^a^Hii' 
inh. How r-xrrcj-nvc <rf 
inimUh Th*>M> r<.'w ■'bnipt 
mil dt'lcful ■xnin'Iii! 
1 <ir tliid uw tif 'i«Jk. cp. 
1". r, ift, Pb-. 

• Hib. ; Arf-^f"'. C|>. wr. V\. 

hut MoAM called ftoebm* nan of Xun . 


" So Jtimeti «yjt tliwn, to spy uut the Und of 
CanAan, -mid tuud tmU» theni— 
<3o up, lmn«, in the South, 
YtMi ye Mhall go up thi; mountain j 
'» And hhftll «i<> thf buid. whnt it in,— 

An.l thv pocipli; t)ut dweJI theroupon.' 
\Vh«thiT ihcy are uttrong ' or Ivrtakl, 
Wl)t>th«r tbey are ifewii or ,nui[iy|; 
'* Aud what ,|the IftudlliH.wbereiii ibey dwoU, 
Wbatlier it in IgucMl,; i.r .Ijatil,— 
And the eitiM withm wliidi they da-ell, 
WbetluT in camps, or in atimigholds; 
* And wliat Uie land ia, 

Whether ; fat] or Haw I. 
Wliethor there in' timlier thoroiu, or is 
Tlien aliall ye pluck up couragn, and take of 
the fruit of tlie loud/ 
Now ! the ilayafl were thu days of the flrnt- 
frultu of grapUK » 9o they a'ent up. 

and spied out tlif la»d.~fivni tbi* wilderness <.f 
Zin unto Kvbub, at the entering in uf Hamath. 
^ Yea thuy went up in the South, aud enttfrwd* oh 
far a» Hebron, and <there> were Ahimiin. 
Sheahai and Talmai. detKundantM nf the 
Anak.' Xotv Hebronll woa built i4e%-en 

yeanil ihefun) Zoau of Egypt i. » And 

thoy eutept-d iim fur iw the ravine ol EhcIioI. and 
cut down, fMui rlu-nce, a branch with one 
flutter of gru]M-H, and hare it on a polp, l>etween 
twu— ahtu of the pomegnmatMi and of the 
figjt. ** iTIial plate i «-a« calhMtThi! Rapine 

of Elttchol [= "Cluntor-ravinu"}— cm acoount nf 
the duiiler, which waa cut down fmui thencu 
by the sonfi uf lurael." ^^ And they 

returned from spying out the land,— at the 
end of forty dnyu. *&> they took their 

journey, and came in unto Moaes and untu 
Aaixtn. and unt4> all tlw naacuilily of the Mumt 
of Isrntd. iuto the wildtirMVS of P&iftn, townrdit 
Kadc«li, —and brought back word— unto tliem. 
aud unto all the oMeuibly, and them 
the fruit of the land. ^ And they recounted 
uutu him. and Mud, 

We ^•utcrod into the laud whither tlwu di^lMt 
send u«.— and «uivly it doth' iiflow with 
milk and huneyil, and Hthit: m the fruit 
thereof. * NevettheleaB' durely <niigbty> 
at« the people that dwell in the laud.— 
and Ithe citica 1 waited in. exceediug great, 
moreover ahio. <tho deHcendanta of the 
Anak>'' aaw we there. 
■ llAmalekl dwelleth in the land of tIte 


•Beb.: *A.*'.e. 

"Heb.; r*-*'-'' <>• 

VjLfi. xvii. W, n. 
' U.V, 'therein" tml 

•'thi-non'* U riKht if 

••ImhI" jiiiTt nU've bo 

tnk«flA* = "Mfil." 
* Which wouW. "f cmr»«. 

\k an M-t i>f ilnriuir. m- 

aoir^it "r<>utag«." 
.r.T- : "\m Knt*r«l" 

but ftp. vr. Iwi'Jr', Mnau 

ny\., anil l<i«ini., Jnn.. 

Sep., Byr., biuI ViU., 

hnVf : •* thf^T r."— Oji. 
' "The lonff'DM-kul," "tho 

>MI.: "which tbp MOW of 

Ikniel rut Attwn fran 

» Op. T«r. SS. 


NU30KRS Xin. 30-33; XH*. 1—20. 

And 1 tbt! Uittitc ukI tho JehuMte And 
the Ainoritel dtvetl in the mountain, 

And itbe Catuumitol dwellrth 1>T the 
Wft, and hy the nude of the Jordan. 

w And Caleb Ktitled the people uuto >[o(ie0, — KDd 
said UDtd them — " 
I^t UK g(i ilKtnu^ht npll and pommmb it. for we 
(thall naroly prevail i; against it. 

"• But rth(^ in<»n who woiil up with hiin I Mid, 

Wu cannot gtt up ngainHt th<! people,— for 
<i»tn«ig«r> tttv thoy' than w/*'. 
" So tbuy Mitit forth a rutnunr'' of tho land which 
they had HjiiiMl out, <auiung tho wnui of lRrael> 

<As toucliing thv land throngh which wc> 
pnaaL-d. Ut ttpy it out> it u ||a land that 
eateth u|> them who dwell thormnl<. 
AU'i Hall the people that we aaw in thr tuidAt 
thereof II were men of great Ktaturti.'' 
*• And < there > i*aw we the g-ianta. aotia of 
Annk. [desoGuded] of the tfiantw.— 
And we were <in our own eyes> aa gnwiN- 

And llaoD were we in their* eytv^. 
14 ' Then did all the aiwusuibly lift upland give forth 
their voice, — and tho peoplt< wept thnju^fhuut 
that night. > And all the mmn of I.-^ntel Im^r- 
mnrod againat Moweaud a^ainat Aamn|,— «Ad 
all tli« ajtflmnhly said unto tbum— 

Oh thai we had died in the land uf Hg^-pt ! 
Or < in thii* wildem«w> uli that wr hat! died I 

* Wherefore, then. Lh Yahweli bringing ub 
into thia land, to fall by the KWiud ? 

|[Our wivva and little onesi; will liocome a 
prey ! 
Would it not be well tor ua to go hade towarda 

* And they «aid. one to another, — 
Itt^t UH appoint a head, and let lui gu hook 

CowHrda Egypt. 
' Thiin did Mmea and Aanm fall tii»on their 
fa«*H, — Iwfore all the convocation of the awjeui' 
hly of tlii^ Minn nf iHnu.*!. 
" But ILloshiia wm of Nun. and Caleh aun of 
.Juphunn^h, of them who apit."d tmt the la»d|| 
rent tlw^r cinthew ; 'and »iMik(> unto all the 
aa^uilily of the witiN of Israel, wvyiiig, — 

<Aa for tht> Und t}iroui?h wliich we iMiaaed to 
npy it out> 
llGtKxl in tht> land, IcKCoediiigly [<' 

* <If Yahweli delight in iw > then will he hring 
Uh into tbih land, and give it uuto uj*, — 

I A laud which doth' flow with milk and 
honey i. 

* Only <againftt Yahweh> do not rebel. 
Do nut I'yi-; fi^r the people of the land, 

Kor <oiir fou<J> they are',— 
Their »hmle liath de(<arted' fnnn over 

rSJ: "him." anil exaggeration appmr 

*Tnia Mfcmii to iMVf htm m 0,1* wUiry. 

«n miivmiit ^tven Mdi.- • Ut. ; *■ mi-n wf lonifth" = 

ipim thi'ir puiiliL' rvptirt ■*t»Umpn." 

a" rwoiijud iu vcni. it-'iSt. * Ml- ; " vcrif, v«j'>'' 

And I Yohwtih ' b with oa. 
I>o not fear them I 
'" Hut <whcu all the asaembly bade atone thvm. 
with Ktoncai-' lithe glory of YahwebU appe&red, 
in the tent of uiiieting, unto all the aons of 
ltmu.'\. It Then said Yahweh \tnU* 


!|How lortg'i innst thia |>eople |dei«piae m«| 7 
And i:how lung can they not believe in me. 
in view of all the aignn which I have done 
in thmr niidxt? 
*- Tjt^t me amili; them with iMwttlmice. and dixiu- 
herit thtun,— 
And make thee' into a nation greater and 
uiom mighty tluui they ! 
" Then «vid Momm uuto Yahweh,'— 
Bo Hliall the Kgyptiaun hear. 

For thou hunt brought up. in thy might, thi» 
(xvijilo. out of thtiir mtdnt ; 
" Atid will It'll it unto the Iiilialittanta of tliia 
Iht'y liavo heard 
That .iihou. Yahwehll art in the midst of 

tbii« jjeopte.— 
That <eye to eye> is he aeun — llthou^ 

Yahweh i. 
And llthy cloud ' is Htandiog over thean. 
And cin a pillar of cloud > lithou thyself || 

art going on lx-for« thetu by day, 
And ciu a pillar uf tire> by night. 
"^ < Alt Hoon. thoKfori!. ao thuu haai put todMith 
thijA ixwplo. 08 one duui> so sooa will the 
natiutiH who have heard thy fame apeak. 
wyiug : 
"' <Becauae Yahweh <wuh not afale| to 

bring in thia people into the land whicli 
lie had nwom untu thetii > theivfore 
did he ftlay tlmm in the deHnrt. 
" l|Now|f,thi>refore. I IxMoech thne. let the might 
of My Lord'' I In magnified ||, —aooording oo. 
thou didst Apeak. Maying : 

*■ Ytihirrh—iJmr to anger itttH tfrrttt in 

fori ¥vjL ituIfictM,' 
Forjnriiu/ iniiptittt atui ImixtffrfKiiiQn : '^ 
TkuHijh he trill not latit |' irKoUfi un- 

f't>i(i(if/ Mr iniquHg t^ f%tthtr9 vprm$on4, 
Vp(m n third f^wmlunt. aiwt upon a 

'■ Panloti, I hesoecli thee, tlie initiuity nf thia 
Aocor^ling to the greatiitwa ol tliy loving- 

kuidnuw, — 
And according ns thoa ha«t forgiven thia 
IMXipId, from Kgypt, even tltum fw. 
^ And YahwL'h »aid, 

I have I'mrdoned. aouording to thy woid ; 

■ Hereaifnin >[<me«apt»eani 
an thf bnW iind pTwail- 
ing int«'aviwor. Cp, Exo. 

K3tXii. II. U. 
^/.*. ; "of AdhoQty." Id 
rnuny M8. wiiiw: "o( 
Yshweh " ; iind wt in 
flnit iir vain, uf imttiv 

* Some ood. (w. Bam., Joo.. 

an<l Sep.) odd: '* attd 
faichfolnflw." Cp. Bxu. 

xxxiv. a. 

■* Hunic ood. (w. Saoi.. J«a 
aiMl tkrn.i add: "aad 
mId." Cp. Extf. xxxxr. 
7.— O.B. 

• Scr Duteon Kao. xiodv. T. 

NUMUERS XIV. 21— iJ: XV. 1-3. 


Xttverttu'Iew <w I* live,— uni) th&C all th« 
(wrth niny be 6Ued with th« glory of 

Yahwt'Ii > 
Verily, none uf thu nieu whi> hnv« tican 
hchcildiusr luy Kl'»ry iumI my mii-iih, wliiuh 
I b»ve dooe in Effypt. ntid in the d(.'»;rt, — 
And have put me to ihe iiruuf thuMi ton 
tinuK, and have »ot l)i.<nrkeiiExl unto my 
vnU-c : ** nhnll aw.' thi* liiml. which I sware 
to tlnrir fftthcr»s— yea, 4 none of uiy cle- 
flpisentjl fhaU mk> it." 
• But limy servftnC Caleb I— -ibfcnuse th«rn 
waaanuther spirit with tiitn, and h*^ f<)ll<)w<!<d 
iaefuJl7> thorufore will I brindc him into 
tb« land whereiulo he entvrecl, and hiit 
wed I Ahall pt a i o e aa it. * Xow ith*.* Amalt*- 
kit«i and the Catuuuiitei * nm flwi-llinfif lu 
the valley, — <to-marniw> turn ye nwity ; 
and set ynuraelves foru-ard ruwanhi the 
daurt. hy the way of the Red Sua. 

^Tben spake Yahwuh imtn M<Mea and unto 
Awroo. Mying: 

Uiow lung, <aa reganluth thitievil at4M4mltly> 
ue llthoyi' to bo mumiuriiig af^iiutt me? 
<Tlie UiurmuriufE of the hoiw of I«ni©I_ 
which :tliey!1 have L»uu umnnuring against 
iBe> have 1 heard. * Say imtu them : 

<Aa I Uve> itt th» oraclH of Yahweh : 

Surely <ait ye have upoknn in mtnit eani> 

]flo I will I do onto yiMi ; ~~ 

' <ln thift dBHert> shall ytnirdmd >JoditM 


And <ntme of ytrti whowerenimilwrwl, 

in all your coiintinit. from twenty 

yean old and upwardn, — who have 

monnumd ngiiitutt me"> ■> II none of 

you II nhall vnlmr into the land, att 

to which T ii|>lifte<] my linnd, tn 

give yuu lui alxxli* thbrciti, —Have 

Caleb Hon uf Jb|ihunDi<h, and 

Ju^ua. son of Nun : ** whenM^ 

<your little (_me«. of whom ye Haid_ 

they abmild become a prey I > f 

will hring them' in, and they .tholl 

acknowledge^ the land whidi ytt 


But lyuur own' dead hr>dieii | shall fall in 

thin denert ; *^ ami yonr nmw I kIiuII 

ho nhepherdn in the deaert forty 

years, aiid Hhall liear your nnohaati- 

tiea,*- until your dead hodieti are 

ot»n»imied in the dwwrt. 

< By the uuml)er at the daj-a, whetvin 

ye »pied out tht> laud — [ forty dayti I ^ 

<eooh day for a year> nhall they 

• Cp. IV irv. 11. 

• Ot : " at* to kmiw." 

• Betv uien w * '-Xnu fa»v 
of diildnn mlfninR f(ir 
tfc«u- parcntM, rail uf the 
pvelAnunt at the pa- 
nari> IxIW mltifpited 
Ibai^r- Tsouxh Dot 
Mtf «nd to cater uie timd, 
■n tbbffcfientian. txctipk 
the p rodpal atfvfidors 

■WM* Mpand. nnd fori, 
ifuiilrvl. e«rr<) tnr, anil 
liiiiiotiri.'d with Yiihweh'i 
pri*j>pncv, Krc thwr nir- 
ntav^ fell in the tl«»rr(, 
they utity. uuuiy <if tlu-m, 
have lenm«l invaliMhlo 
Imwos. Cp. uutv <«n 
Sao. xxxiv. 7 ; ajao Dmj. 

«3d*. le. 

tiear your iniquitieB— Iforty years!.— 
ao lOiall yt^ ktiiiw my uppuattion. 
'* 1 1 — Yahwuhii luivt- if|)i)k«n, 

Verily <:thia> will I do to all tlii» evil 
a«tcuibly, who have conH|iinMl n^inat 
<Io thin de>wrt> ahall they he ctniRutned 
And < there > nhall (ht^v dii^ 

* Now <a» for the men whom Mumm «ent to (4py 
out fhe Innd, — wburetuniofi and can<wv] ull the 
I aaHeinbly to murmur agaiiut him, by giving out 
a niinunr agaiust the la»d> " they died— 
the men wlro gave out an evil mmoiir* 
I of thti land,— I by the plague. Iw^fore 
Yahweh I. * But llJobhua wm of Xun, 

and Calubiwm of Jopbuiuieh' retnaiuwl nlive — 
of thoee men who went to »py out die land. 
" Ami Moaa* npalte th(«e M'ttrd.s unto all the 
.•kJlM uf Iimiel,— and the [iwiple wem gn"*itly 
depraaied. * So they an«e early in the mint- 
ing, aud wunt up iiitti tht* top of the mutmtain, 
nnying, - 

We 4trH Imre— ihurvfore will we go up into 
the ]>\acM ns to which Valiweh hath mid, 
that we \iA\v Hiiiiitnl. 
'I But M()M>N itniil, 

Wlwreforo in it that lye ; »n' going lieyoud 
the biddinguf Yahweh, -ainco Ittiatil c-nnnot 
** Do not go up, 

For Yahweh is nut' in yoiir midxt, — 
Ltwt ye bo )imitt4<u down iMsfore your 
^ For Ithe AmalekitHH and the Oanaaniteall 
are then> beftire ,V(W, 
8o Hhall ye fall by the HWord, — 
For <inaMuiuoh'* an ye have turned back fnnii 
fullowiuK Yifchweh> 
Thi-rufure^ will Yaiiweh not be with you. 
** But tliuy pruMuniptuoiinly' aMjonded*^ into the 
top uf the iiiuiintain, — tliimgh {'neither the nrk 
of the LTiveiuint uf Yahweh, iiur Monenll moved 
<«ut of the xuitifX of the caui|i>. *" So then 

Lhe Amalokittti and the Canaanit«w. that dwelt 
U) that nKAititain, Iciuiie duwnl,— and ftmute 
them and routed them, even unto Hormah, 

1 17- ZfiruAiCMm affaiti. 

1 ThL*n H|>aku Yithwrh uutn Mom-h, nayiug : 15 

> SiM-ak until the Kunx of Inraid, and tliou nlialt 
»iay unto them,— 
< When ye nhall enter int<i the land of your 
dwclling-placca. which |! I II am giving unto 
you : > and ye wuuld offer as an altar- 
fliime unto laoending-oStirinK' 
or n Mtcrifice,'' for celebntiog a vow or ait 
a freeiviit-oBering, or in your apiioinled 
'^etiMinH, — by way of ufFering a iiali-^Fviii;; 

* (.^. chap. Xiii. 03 n. 

* Or mnf"r " for thvrefMre 

. . .amr'-O.fV- i;:.''. 

* lit.: " werapreKamptiii niH 

to aicend," For lik« 
IdioHt «M dbap. inuEv. 

ni ; •IhoIWv. ii, U: xxxl. 

27, Cp. Deu. i.. 41, 1^. 

• Prob. = " iKw-*>rfennir " 

Cp. P.D., Levilioi", pp. 

80 {!&),»;&;. 

Ddoar onto Yiihweh, frooi the herd or 
Ironi the fluck> * then itfaiill he that 
briui^f rh near hi» ultUtiuii Urmg uear unto 
Yaliwt'li It nienl -offering, of tine m«J a 
tODlh iMrt [of an epliah] nverflnwed vith 
Uio fourth pnrt of « Iiiii nf nil ; * <wiiw» 
alau (or a druik-off^ring. llic fourth part 
of a hin > sliait thou otf<*t witJi tiw asecnd* 
iiig-offering or with thu MicriHce, " — for 
each' hc'lamb. • IJr <witharttiD> thtJii 
sfaalt offer a meal-ofFeriu^, of fine m«a]. 
two fcentbn,— overflowfdMiihoil. tlve thirH 
of a bin ; ' < wine alau, for a ctrijikH-iffei- 
ing, the third of a hin :> Hhalt th«iu hring 
near m a Mitixfying odour iiiitt* Yahweh. 

■ iVnd <when ihoii would.-*! offer a choice 

^img hiillock, AS an nnreiiHihg-^.ifl'enng or 
wierifiif, — for wlebmting a mw. or una, 
pearc-otTtring unto Vahwph > * then 
ahall lin bring: noar. with hi* chfiico young 
btill<x:k, a nieal-viffwing, of fine raenl. 
thr»«e tenth\— nvcrflowwl with half a hin 
of oil; '^ <wine alwo dhnlt tl«m hrinfr 
near for a drink-off<'riii».', half a hin,— for 
an allar-fhimt) uf Httisfrin^ rjtlour. untu 
Yahweh. " <'niiwaud thu«> 

ahall it be dune, foruach' ux, and f'T enoh' 
ram.— and for eadi' youofr one among the 
ehceii.oramonfrtlie piat*: '" <a«ninling 
tu the Dumijer whiuh ru shall uffer> 
< tliuf) and thuA > aUall yc do for 
each' one, according to Their ninobvr. 

13 < Every one bom in the land> <thm» 

and thiu> iduU] offer thftw thingn,— 
when hringing near au altar-flAnic of a 
aatiafying ttdonr unto Yahweh. 

'* And o'hen thTe fhall nojoum with you a 
Hojoumer, or one who w in your midst to 
your gvnerationH, aiid he would offer an 
nltnr-flame of a ^atiafying odour, untu 
'^*RFiweli> <inn ye' offer> ' «i'| tthalt h«' 
iifffT- '• <In th«? Cull vocation > iuno 
ntntutei! shall thert* be_ for you' and for 
tlie wijoumer who sajoiinieth, — an age- 
abiding ftalnte. unto ymir gi'iiemtiunii, 
<aii ye' are> bo' I the sojoiinier shaH Lo, 
before Yaliweh : '" <otielawiuid<mcregu< 
Iation> Hhall there ^n•^ for yours«.''lve»' and 
for the bujoumur that Hojoiirueth with you. 

" Then sjiake Yahweh unto Mo«.^, myiiiK : 

IB Speak until the Min& of iBracI, and thou Hhftlt 
say unto them, — 
<When ye enter into the land whereinto 
Rill am hrinionH you> 'i" then shall it he, 
<wben ye eat the bread of the lund> 
thai yo slialJ h(y»ve oj) a lieave -offering 
untu Ynhwch. ^ <Of the first i-f your 
inea]> Bhall ye hi-n\-e ii|} | it aiku' aA a 
heavp-offeriog, ^<like the heavy-offering 
of gniin> IIbo KJiall vehenveit. " <; Of 
the fitftt of your uieal> Khali ye give unto 
Yahweh, a lienve-offerinfr. — unto your 

•Pnib. a**pf»cc.o]rnitw." cp. P.B.. Leiiticu*. 

* And < when yc shall mako « mistake, ■ and 

not otawrve all tliese oomnmndiuenta, — 
which Yahweli hath Rpfjken unto Ma«ea ; 
^ oven nil thnt Tahwe.h luilh given unto 

ymi in i-onimand, liy thr hand of MoAea, — 
from the day tliat Yahweh gave ctini- 
MiMod, and onward, untu your generB>- 
tiuiip*^ ** then Mhall it be — -^U" [away 
fnrm the eym of the a««umbly{ it hath 
lieen done il>y niiiitake|> that all tbv 
aMwnihly xlwUl i*ff«r one uhoicK young 
bulhiftk for au aMiendiitg-aiu-nfuv, as a 
Hatiiifying utiotir unt4> Yahwe)t« with the 
meal-iiffi-ring thereof and the drink-offer^ 
ing thereof, according bi the regulation. — 
and ooe young hi^-gnat, a« a Min-ltearer. 

* So ahall the priutt |Mit a proititiatory- 
c-uvering o\-er all the a*Mcntbly uf the aona 
iif iKrncl. and |uirdon shall Ite granted 
unto them, — becauw < a mistake > it was', 
li'theyll tbemfotv have brought in their 
offering — au altar-fiame unto Yahwnh. 
and their uU'bearer before Yahweh, for 
their mistake : * and nanlon fdiaU Iwi 
granted ttulo all the aatembly of the nuna 
of larael. an<t unto the Hujutinier thnt 
Bujounivth in their tnidut,— for <in tlu* 
COM! of all the pooiile> it waa \hy tnm- 

** And <if [any onv' ponwa J ahall wd by nun* 
tako> then ahall he bring near a ahe-guat 
of the first year, oa a ain-bcarer; * and 
tlie prieettvhall put a propitiatory -Cftvering 
over tlie perMon «hu hath made th** mia- 
take. when he hath »inuud by miHtjike 
bef<iry YahwL'h, — even put a pni(«tiaurt-y- 
covering over him. and |iardon wijull Iw 
granttKl him. * <Koi tlie uativu bom 
nmotig thu •otiH uf Itirael, and for th« 
aojounier that dojuuriiieth iu their midKt> 
Hone law.; tthftll there l)e unto you — for 
acting by uii»take. > But <aa 

for the person wbu actoth with a tiigh 
hand — of the native bom or of the 
i4ojoumer»> <Yahwnh him»elf> ilwj 
repruodieih,— i»hall that penum 
l)e cut off oat of the midHt of hiA )feople. 

" <l}ecBU(« <che word of Ya)iw«h> hath 

lie dcapitted, and <hiH oumtiiandment> 
hath he bnjken> chat j»sr»m shall be 
|isur«ly cutoffil, ilhiM ioiquityll Is in him- 

** < While the mjuj* of Iftraol were in tlie deaert> 

they found a nirtn gathering ctlcka ou tlte tiab- 

bath'day. " And they whofouud bimgatlvering 

(rtioks bn>uglit him near; unto Muaes. and 

unto Aaron, and unto all tho aoKinbly. 

** And they put him in ward, — hecanao it 

waa not clear what they *hould do unto 

him. * Th^n «iid Yahweh unto Momc««, 

The man »hall bo ||pot to death '.—all tfatj 

ameoibly [atoning him HnthitouiM.; outfdde 

the oani|i. 

• Cp. Lev. iv. 13. 

Nl'MBKKS XV. 36—40; XVI. 1—22. 


* So tlim alt tliekMeoiMy Hpat him fiirthll outaid^ 
Din camp, muA nhinad him wiUi «toiia», nnd W 

A* Yahwoli camninnded Mumm. 

" Aud Yaliwoh Bi«kp iinu> M»«cs. Haying : 

* Spcnk until the ruhs «f Isnul, and thau ahaXf- 

My UtltU tbt'IDr 

That itiuy Kb»ll lUAkts th^iu fnngiw uii tlii* 
o<n"ner»» u( tlieir gvmifnU. untu their 
l^iiemtiont — tind .nli&ll jtit iiiHrti tlie 
fnn(ff "if tht.' <Kinier_ a tjirtl uf liluc : * mi 
shAll tliey iM.-n'c ynii fM fringes, .ind wh»n 
yu see then, then Rhall ro caII tn mind ftll 
the (Hmimiuidntpntx uf Valiweh, and nhAl] 
do thi*ni, — and shall not *py oiu, [after 
yooromi h(^arti),and after your own ey«w: 
for things, aftor which "y»« ar? WftHy to 
pii undiaatcly away : ** to thi> intimt ye 
may call Ut tnind, and du atl my cr>m- 
inandmento, and be** huly untu jrour 

I — Yuhwehl im your G«id — who 
(itt)ut(ht you forth out uf the land 
of E^pl. to buouraeyuiir' God,— 

Ul— Vahweh! am your God. 

1 18. Thf Coittfiirarfi uputntt Motes under JToniA, 
Dntkan and Ahiram, 

18 1 Then took * Korah, m>ti of Ixhar, mm of 
KoKath, son of Levi, — and l>iithan and A^jjnm. 
floiuof Eliah, and On. non uf P^leth, bodb' of 
Re>ulNni ; 'and mtm «p' bpfnre M<Me«, with 
certain mon irf the tmnfi of Iiiraul, twn hundnnl 
and fifty. — prinoen of aaifembly. cnlli^ to the 
HtatiBd meeting, men of ronown ; ' and ^tUerod 
tlwRUctve* together n(taiiwt KluHtM and ogainftt 
Aaiun. and mitd unto th(<m. 
ilToo much for you:l when 'all the aatwnnbly: 
ars all uf tbcnrt huly. and <hi the midst 
III thum > is Yafiweh, — 
Wherefore, then, »huuld ye set yonrwJrea up^ 
above the convocation nf Ynhweh? 

* ADd < when Mockw heard It > he fell upon hU 
face. * Tlien itjiake he unto Korah. and 
tmto all hiA aiweinbly^ tuiying', 

<ln the moniing> will Yahwphniakv known 
— who are his. and who Li the huly onL*_ and 
will oauw him to oonie n«Ar unt<^> himwlf, — 
yea <him whom he »hall chL>u»e> u-itl he 
CMWo to come near nnto himself. 

* iTbiaUdo^— 

Tftka k> you ocnwn. Knrah, and all his 

■MUmMy ; ' nnd plaot' thm'in fin>, and 

pat thereon inceiue. Iieforo Yahwch, to- 


•So nhall it l>t^— that <the man whom Yahweh 

nhall t:hu>.>M.'> llbei' ahol) bt* the holy one. 

Too much f»>r von re «iiih of Levi ; 

* •• Wtn^"' 

* an :" remain." Cp^ ^up. 
xxxri. IV. 

Af. > "Then tfMa ap. . . 

'jr«i ttjm up"— G.a. 
* 9vm» end. \W. Rnid. aad 
Sep.; have: "■go" — 

" Ami &{ijnc>M Mail! iintt> Korah, — 

Hiiir, I jxray y<iH_ ye xoiia i>f 1**1 ! " !» it t4io 
MxioXX a thiiiK fur you, thai the Gutl of Inra^l 
b»tli )w;[iajiitMl yui] fruui the nitMUmbly of 
tnnwl, tu bn'iiK voti near unto tiiuutelf, — to 
do the lal^jritniN work of thu habitation of 
Yahweli, aud to stand biifore the owembly, 
^J wait ujioii thmn ! '" But <liaving 
btuagbt thue m«r. and all thy bivthreu 
the Mma uf Levi with thw^ miut yc fieek 
I prieatbood alsul ? 
■' Wherefore' !' thou owt all thine assembly ii an* 
ooQAi^iiring agninHt Yahweh.— 
But < Aaron > what is he', ituit ye should 
mnmiur Against him'! 

" Then !*cnt MoHes, tri call for Oathan ami for 
Aliimiu. Koiw of E)iab,~and they Niid, 
We will nut txinie up : 
>9 WoH it la snuill thing I that thou didfit bring 
lUf up out of a land flowing with milk and 
hv>ney, Ut put u» to death' in the desert, 
but thou roust ! continue evEm %v loid it I 
over u»? 
''* Certainly <not into a land flowing with milk 
and honey > hunt thou brought un, nor 
given unto uh an inheritance of field and 
vineyard, — 
<The eyes of thane men> wilt thrm dig otit ! 

We un'il not oume up. 

>* Theii was Mueea vvry angry, and ho said unti» 
Do not thou liavp rwpeot trato their meal- 
<Nut one ams, from thmn> have I takeiir 
neither have I vnmged one of them. 
"* And Minen .-(aid unto Korah, 

Thoii. and all thino AHM^mblyii oome )*e be- 
fore Yahweh, — Ithou, and they, and Aaron] 
*^ And take ye nu:h man hw ceuaer. And put 
thefe«in invumw. then Mhall ye bring near 
befon; Yahweh. euch uiau litft oentier, tMi> 
hiindrwl and fifty euiuten(,'-and [Itbuu ancf 
.\nnm;i each man hiit cenwr. 
1* So they touk each man W\n ceufwr. and put 
Uteruuu fire, aud traced thereon ineciue,— and 
took tlimr stand at the entrance of the tent of 
lueetiiiif with Mo»»e»i and Aartjn-, '■ '* And Korah 
gathervd together AgaioAt themAll thooMcmUy, 
unto the cntraune of the tent of meeting,— then 
np|it«red the glory of Yahweh. unto all the 
asitembly. =* Then wjiake YaJiweh 

unto MoMA and unto Aaron, Hap'ng : 
"' S('|ianite younwdren out of the niidfit of thia 
nM«mbly, — that I may consume them in a 
M And tbey fell upon their facee. and aoid, 

O God, tbe Qod of the spirita of all Bcih.'— 

• Or<iK'nniMiivL'hipb.]:"l«t 
u> Aw." *\. O.T. Ap.. 
'• I'biiraob'ii IlearU" rtc. 

* Amnr- cwd iW. S»p.. S)*i, 
4ii<l Vul.; rvaJ : "lUiJ 
StoMw uul Aaron touk 
thi!ir HtaiuL" «to.— O Ji. 

* itmcv ttit futnitr of the 
npiiUon nf iwinr, th«t 
tbeiv i» no Kptrit In tuon 
w a costfUtuont )Mrt nf 
hit jwrMiiulity. L'amp. 
ehan. xxvlt IQ; aw>' 



hIiaH t«iM nuan dn. uid <afi»iaHt all the 
iu«eiiiUy> wilt rh'JU be wroth ? 
A And Yahwcti fcpake unto MoaeA. urinff, 
3* S|>eak unto thr AMemUy. uyiug,— 

G«>c ye up from round about the h»bitAiiii]i 
of Korah. Duhmn and Abirmm. 
^ 8u MoBBi r*jM* ui>t and went, unto DAthan aitd 
Alpitmm, — then went, after him. the eld«ry of 
laraeL * And )i« npAlce unto thus omeiulily. 

Remove, I pray you. fit>m bewde the tent* of 
ttiM*e lawlan uhoi, and do nut touch aught 
rbftt i»ert«ineth unto them. — lo«t >■« ho 
v»triod (tff. in nil thrir num. 
^ 9o they went up froni be#ide thv habit«tiim 
iA KnnU», Dathnu and Abiram, un every wde,— 
and 'iDathnn and Abiram cam* out and 
rt«ti()ued theni<«1ve«, at the fmtranc« of their 
tentA, with their vivea and thL'ir sunH, and their 
Httlf «ini#. * Then ?«itl Muam, 

< Hereby > iho]! ye knou-, that Yahweh ' 
bath Mnt nil?, to do' all thow works, — 
verily, nut out of my own heart ; — 
^ <Tf <mf all huuiAn belufrv die> these' do 
die. and 'the viMitAtion of nil huwan 
betngajl be vi^tited upon them > Ynhwchll 
hath not i«ut me. 
^ But <if <acreiition> Yaliweh create,* and 
ihe ((round open wide hei mouth, and 
^^%-allow them up. ^^'ttb all that pt-rtain 
unto tliem, and w> they go d'^u'n, alive, 
onto hade«> then shull ye know, tlyit 
lliMe men have dospified' Yahweh. 
'" And it came to pa«t. <a* he made an end of 
speaking all these word)i> that the ground 
which wan under them |elave a*u»<Ier, ; ■"'-' and 
the earth opened' ber mouth, and swall.iwed 
up them, and their householdn,— and all thi? 
human bvinKS who pertaineri iintn Knrali, with 
all their goods: *• «o (I they _ ami all ihjtt fier- 
tained unto them. |went liownl, alive', unto 
liadfW, — and the earth IcItM-d iip«in th(*m ,, and 
tbey perished out uf tlie mi<I(<t of the convoca- 
tittn. ** And lall Inrael who were 

round nlwut them I fled at their cry,*"— for they 
Lest the earth {swolhiw uh up;. 
» iKino alaoi' came forth, from Yaliweh,— nnd 
conMuroed the two hundred and fifty men, who 
fjffered tlie incenw. 

» Tlien apake Yahweh imto Moees. saying: 
^ Say nnt<» Ettnzar. son of Aaron the priest, 
that ho take up the ceom-m out of tin; 
midst of the burning, nnd <thu fire> 
scatter thou yonder, — for they ha%-e bweu 
» <A» for the i?ett/*ra of these dinners ugainut 
their own penionH> they nhall he mwle intt) 
beateU'OUt plat«fl. mm an overlay fnr the 
ftltar. for they liad bmiight tiitirn n^ur 

• Showing that "tocNata" 
hi the BIblkal mom In 
out " to make aamelhin; 
cut nf nothing," but 

ftimplr to make a new 
thJELK, rcalitea now idut. 
Cp. Ofin. i. I, nobp c. 
•• lit.: "Toiue" or " •onod." 

IWore Yahweh. and hallowed thein. 
■hall tliey beoooie a ^gn. luto the aoi^ 
=■ And Gleazar the phett took tbc ceaaenb. 
^>Kinze, wliicb the cnoBUtDcd men h«d bror^ 
near. — and beat tliem tiat into pUt^ f'>r n 
jaying the altur ' " • mefnoria) unto the soik. 
'riiat no vtrahgM-. who » not of the mm- 
.\arrm,. ihall draw near to offer iut? 
Wfoie Yahwth.— Ie»t he beeoow like IC 
and like hia ascetnUy, 

A^ ttpake Yaha-eh by the hand. 
Motee. with regaril thereUk 

*' Anil all the aa«mbly of the buds of 
mumuired. on the morrow, againit Moaea 

tttiainin Aaron, tiaying,— 

Yi- 1 have caiMed the death of the peoplr 
*^ And it came to iiam^ <whea tlie aiaemU- 
gBihered thcm.telvm together' ogainut Ma 
and agaiuKt Aaron > that they tamed ton-irr." 
the tent of meeting, and In! the cluud |lii 
covered it i : and the glory of Yaliweh I appented L 
*■'' And Moctw and Aanm cainn in. Iiefonj the ten * ^ 
«if uieeting^. " Then BiHkke Yaliwe^ ^^ 

unto Moeww. Haying : ^ 

•* Lilt yo«n*elve» up out of the midiit of thie* *^ 
fti^pmbly, that I may conmune thorn, as in f» ^^ 
moment, — 
And they fell niK>n their faces. • Thec**^^* 

Aid Moaes iintn Annm — 
Take the cenner and place thereon fire, fron^^*^^ 
off tbt» altar, and put inceuKe [tltore>Jril, andfc* ^ 
goinH' ([uickly into the awHtmbly. put t 
pmpitiattiry -covering' over them, — for wintr-*"-^ 
ihath jrone forth j fnrai iHsforo Yahweh. th*^^-^ 
phigiMs ! hafli begun . 
*'' Tlien toi>k Aurun. as Moaea HptiJce. and ran int^ .«'"■ 
the uiidat of thf couvucatiun, and kil the plafiW''"^^ 
|luul Ihjkuu iiuioug the people, — en be phu 
tlw? iiioenMe, and put a |>Mipitiatnrj'-coverin 
Mver tlie |>eu)>)o: *^ thiitt did he taku hia nta 
tfetwt«n the dead and the liviitK,— en*! 
plaetie jWdA r»«trained'. * And au it we 

that they whu died in the |>]ngtie we 
fourteen thiiusund. and seven hundred,— t 
■kide*) th«ro who died over tlie matter 
Komh. " And Aanm returned 

MuM», unto the entruuc« of the tent 
meetiiit;,— wheii the pUguel bad been 

§19. Anrim't Sifdttinff Staff. 

' Then npnke Yahweh unto Moaoa, saying : 
' Speak imto the aons of Itu-ae], and tol 
them, one Ntaff each fur an anu.M>tnkl hu'« 
of all their imnces. by their anaw>» 
l)oti!te>, twelve staveeri.— <eaeh u> * 
name> «halt thou write upon Mh «£- 
' and <Aaron'« nAme> .ihalt thou »-/"** 
upon the atoff of Levi,— for <ono«t«J^-^ 


• Or : " wcte had baoi) <nIM 

NITMBEKS XVU. -1 — 13; XVIII. 1—16, 


tthmll tWre be far the bend of their iinoe^tnil 
buuiw. * Then fthnic thou Iny tbftn up 

ill the t«nt of meeting, — Itefore thf tvnti- 
nkJiiy, where I rae*?t with 5»u." *.S» fthiUI 
it cuiue t(.i ptim, tluit <t)iv mnn whom I 
»hAU cb«>i«« > . hiM 4tAtF ; «)mJl biul, — m > will 
I uaiMe tu c^ase froui o^iiiRt me' the miir- 
muringH of the ttorvK of Urul. wherewith i 
lltlKyi! atv nmnnnnnpHj^'&iiutt ytin'. { 

* Aod MiMR» simke unb:) chr MinMof iHDiel, atul 
cvvr; uiie tif their }>rinoL>>i ^ve uiib.) him a 
!itafl' Apiw-'e. {(«■ ench prinop I by Uiuir uuuMtral ' 
himi*ss , [twelve sluveRi',— and ; the stuff of 
Anmnr vraa in the mJiUt uf their '*tj*ve*. '' So 
M"rt,rH laUl up iKb Mlave^ Iwfore Yubweh,— in 
tlK' Tent nf the tusttQioiiy. 

* Ami it came to poso ,uii thu inonxiw ., tlwt 
Mnse» encere<l iutu the teut uf tite t«-«timuny ; 
Mid lu ! the stall of Aiirun fur the house uf 
LeW lliwl budded I.— yni it IjimI bruiiuht forth 
buds, and bluomitl blo«»i)tu!', juid borne rijw 
ulrooad*. »So then Mu^'tt br(mg)it forth' all 
the »tttvw_ from U^fore YiUiWeh, »iiitf> oil tlw 
aon« of iHmel,— liud tliey saw and txik. ench 
man bin own Ktaff. 

"* And Yiibwob .-wud unto Mo**«*— 

Piitbnck the rod nf AAron. liefoiv ibe testi- 
muny, ta be kept an a M^fn unto mich a.* are 
pervente,''— thnt tbmi mfty«*t bring lo iiu 
end their miirmurinsn> af^unAt" me, tluit 
they die not. 
*' 'Dioj* did Mo«f»,— --'rw Ywhwch cuiniiiuided 

hiin> soli did he. 
'3 Tlten »prU(e the Huiut of IsntuI untu Muwh 
(•ying ; 

I*» '. we h»ve brentliud our Iiu*t — we are Iowt_ 
we arc lall I lust; '■' I whosoever draweth 
new— draweth near — imto the hnbitatiun of 
Y»hwehi: dieth,— are we ever to have nwde 
an end of breathini; our laat? 

S 20. f*rtirision fur PrietU at%d Leettet. 

18 ' And Yfthweli t<aid nnto Aaron/ 

Tiioii, and thy »oiui, mid tlie liousw <)f thy 
father with tbeell' shall bear the ini'piity of 
tltc «auctuAr>'. — and lh"u_ und thy jtona 
with thee ,' ehoU b(»r the iniv|uity of vour 
primtbocd. '^ Therefort-abw <thybrethren 
"f the tribo of Ltrvi. the .item id thy 
fathers bring thou near with th^-i-, and 
let them be joined ' unto thee, and let 
th«m wait upon thee,— I both on thee and 
«m thy Hons with theeii,- fjefore the tent of 
the te«timimy.« > So sludl they kt-ep thy 
chargs, and the cKarg*?' of all tlie tent,— 

• Sonceod. iw.fiHm.,8cf>., 

Mid V<il. ' lia,vv : ""tbeo*' 
— 1> n. 

• Lit. - "«nui oi purvetae- 

• Mi : -freiDatratnrt." 

• ?i B r To Aitruii, uoce 

• li-r- ictcrrlnit t" th^ 

:*i.iu--. Note thv avnv 
tinutal deacnptJon Unit 


follow* a* tu tbw priMt- 

'Cp. Gen. 3odx. M. 

Br ■•wonl-i'lity"— O.G. 

«0r. poittiiWy. ik> K.V. ; 

" hat th<m. oocl thy xnun 

with thw «hall be ht-tOTV 

thv tvnt uf the tv^ti- 


only' <untu the venaeU* of lh» nanctuary. 
and unto (he altar> nliall they not oomo 
near, lewt they diw— i.lMith tbey, and yell 

' So Hhali tliey be joined unto thee, and ahall 

kf-vp t\w eliarge of tiie t*iiit <if aieetinjf, (U 
to all tlie lalioriiM)*^ work of the tuni, — bnt [a 
Httongerll aliall not come mur unto you. 

" Su shall ye keep the diurve of the ninetTUiry, 

Olid th«> cliarge of the altar, -tlwt then? no 
motv' 1r* wrath afcaiiiitt the suiiik uf Iwrael. 

• illli therefore, ki ! I have tukeu your brethiun 
the Leviten. out of the u)id«it of the sons of 
UnieU" <'iiit« you> a« a gift' are they 
given, vuiUiYttbweh.t<i do the lahorioHH work 
of the tent nf meeting. ^ Bnt iltltou and 
thy Mmn with theei nball ki^>p the charge 
(if yonr priiMthood^ aa to every matter of the 
altar, and aK to the interior of the veil, and 
sliall do the laliurioua work — <a« a U- 
btiriouK nervive of gifla> do T giv« your 
|>ritn!thood, and ';tlie Mtranifer who crnneth 
lietkT «hall In< put tu death. 

" And Yahwtdi npuku unto Aaron, 

III, therefore, lo ; I havt? given unto thi-e" the 
charge t>f my hi?nve-ufferingn,- -um Ut all tlie 
hallowed thing* of the auru* of lamel — 
<unto thoo have I given them, aa per- 
taining tn the anointing, and unto thy wmu, 
for n ittatute age-alriding. • i'TIuh,! ahall be 
thine, out vf the tbingn miMt holy, out of 
the fire, — thpjr every <»hlation —to the extent 
tif their cverj' muaJ-nffi'n*ng_ and their every 
fln-lx-arer, and their every giult-lieaivr 
whi-rewith tht-y make amend-t '• unto me, 
■cmirtt holy 'imn thee> shall it Im;, and 
unto thy Honi*. '*> ^Aa ilomething n>oHt 
boly> "thall yf eat It, — '[every male ■ idiall 
eat it, <hi>ly> nhall it lie unto thoa. 

" iThw I, therefore, Hhall fie thine— tlie h«*ve- 
offering of their gift, even all tht.t wav** 
ofTeringK of the -wmfi nf iHrael. <unto tbee> 
have T given th<'tn_and unto thy Bonx and 
unto thy daughters with tliee. by a atatute 
agc-obiding. — I evi-ry one that is clean in 
thy house nhall eat it- *« <: All the hratt of 
oil, and all the laat of new-wiue and cfom. — 
the fiiTlfniits thereof, which they shidl giva 
unto Ynhweh> <uatothee> have 1 given 
tbtfm. ■' <'nio firatfnhtw of all that ia in 
their laud, which they shall bring in unto 
Yahweh> <tbine> ahall it be, — ilovury 
one cluit a clean in thy hoiuie. hliaU eat it : 

'* <every devoted thing in I(<mel> <thiiiB> 
shall it be : " <every thing tliai is bom 
flr*t''— of all flftih that may Ix? offered unt*« 
Yabweh. amtmg mva and among t)eaHU> 
whall Jie thine,— only' thou «halt .Irtnlcemil 
the Hrnttv.rm of men, and <the firtttVium of 
unclean beaNtK> Ahalt thou redeem. 

'• And <He to the redem(>lion price thereo(> 
<from a mouth old > iihall thou redeem, by 
thine estimate, five tihekeU of silver, V>y 

• Or: " himHiire." 
*tir: "which ibry irive 

= M1,: "t-x-ciy thing thNt 
bumbfth open n n»ttix." 



KCTMBEBS Will. 17—33; XIX, 1—10. 

ot Uw 

■> i*i^. 


>7 Ofelf' <a fintlnv ox 


*aJ giTttl 


ckaa aol n^HB. ifcaHwili lli«f an'.— 
<iMr Utad>* iAAlt tlua dMh i^inat 
the afetor. vd <af ilieir bt> thalt chuq 
■rioe ft porfiBii aa *ltar-fiAiiie. frjr & 
■NMriiK o'ov >■*» Y^««ii: "and 
IliiTitiill ^U b»iUBe.-<M the w>t«- 
tevHt Md M 48 rii^ lBr> <duae> iliaU 
k b: »<*a Ifae hoMe^rfhri^i^ of tiM 
Mr «U^P. «Uek ife MM of Ind dwU 
lHk*« iq> OHto Ttli««b> h»ve I givtu onto 
tkee. aad vwIq tkr mm and mto thjr 

ilwBfciti with tbee. far a aUtvCe ace- 

afaidiaf, — <ui age ahiHiiig oovenaot oi 
■ilt> it M*. t«fore Yafawch, fm thee, and 
for thjr Med with ihce. 

* Then Hud Yahweh onto Aaraa : 

< Is tfaair buid > thou «h*lt have do inherit- 
mtet, and no <anotted iw>rtu3n> «halt tboa 
hare, id their mwivt, — I am thine aUattMl 
portkm and thinu inhnitanoe, in the midst 
at the mxa of tnmeL ** And <anti> 

tiieaciiiiiof Levi> Iti : I hare given all the 
tenth in Isnu^, fur an inberitaaoe,~-th«i 
allotted purtton for thtfir laboriuos work 
which they . m« iierfunning, the Ubori'^iu 
w-urk <>f the tent ai meeting : ^ that the 
tunftcf Isne] joutne near m* murv ; , untu the 
tent <»f meeting, — l<i ln»r fdn_ tu die, ** So 
ahall the LeTitee themitelv^' perform the 
lafaoiiaaa work of the tent of meeting, and 
ithejrj diall bear thear iuiquitr, a atatate 
afie-abidiB^, unto jonr generations, and 
< in the midet of the scaw of Israel > flhall 
they take no inheritance. ^ Becanue < the 
tenth <if the mhu« of Ltrael, whidi they ahall 
offer up unto Yahweh aa a hea\-e-offering> 
hare t given unto the Levitat. aa an in- 
heritanoe, — <for thia cause> aaid f tegmrd* 
ing them, 
<In the midst of the wns of lBnwl> 
ahall they take wj inheritance. 

* Tbeo Rpalce Yahweh onto Moona*, Maying' : 

^ <Unto the t*vitBa> thereforv, shalt than 
(ippAk and HluJt i>ay untii tfaton, 
<When ye thai! takH uf tliv winf> of Inrae] 
the tiirith which 1 have givtm unto ycn 
from thtira, oh your iidit*ritiUuH.*> then 
aliall ye offer" up therefr^jm the bL-ave- 
uffmiut of YaliWfh, a It-utli uf the 
tetitli:. '" Ou Ahail ruur Ittave-offvring 
be reckoned yoiir own.— a» corn out oi 
tlie threcihiug-floDr, and oa the abundance, 
out of tlie wiiie-prcBh 'UThiBi ahall 
Dye alto I nffcr° np the beaTeKiffcriog of 
Yaliwch. oiit of all your ti'iith:^ whicb 
ye ahall take from the .tons of Israel,— 

»flam»flott. IV. Sun. M8., 
Onk. Me.,JoD.. Svp.Aod 
ftrr.'i have; "»nfl Tor 
•'but") tbnr Ueoa'*— 

* S(ini« ood. >. f^ni.,Onk., 
J«a., 9vff., and 9yT. / 
have : " nvary lieavc- 


"— (r-n. 

Yahweh, aBio Aana. the priart. * 
of all jroor BiAi> dull ye o0b 
erety^ haae»4ABiBK«f Takimli,- 
aO ifae hart tliwniif. the haUowai 
t li w rf . out of tx. M 

■ And tfaoo ahah my untu thoai,— ■ 
< What y* cAcr tha fae« thenof, am 
Ikon iImII il fas radDoaad tobekm 
U» Lrril^ ■• the iacmaae of tfaet 
{ng<4oor. and ■■ tbe iner—a a 
m 'umv nm, * And ;• afaaO oat H 
plaea. ty, and fom hooaabotdlU^ 
rawwdl it ia. onto jm, the ai 
pcrtiaa for ytnr lafaocioua work 
tent ol aerting. "* And ye ahall n 
icaaan of it. bear ain, when ye ol 
the bert tbeRnT. oat o< it: and 
hallowed thing* of tiie aona of L 
flfaall ye not pfuCane, neither aknD 3 

$ SL TV Atia oftheStd Heifrr amd Ou I 

af Separmtiom. 

^ And Yahwrh npake unto Moee« and 

3 iTbial iatheatstuteof the law. which Yi 
fantii ecMBmandad. Myiny,— 
Speak nnta tba aona of land— Thai 
bring unto tbae a red haifar. w 
defect, whemn i* no hiemiah, lad 1 
upon hath oome no yoka^ 'Than 
ye give her unto Eteaxar the priea 
he aha!) take her forth unto tbe o 
of the camp, and !(he ahall be alain. 
htm : * and Eiaaiar the priest dial 
of her bkxxl.with his finger, — and 
sprinkle, towarda the liunt of the t 
meeting, of her bkxid. aeven timea ; 
the heifer ahall be burned up belta 
eyea, — jiber skin, and her fleeh^ an 
blood, with her dongil shall be bumi 

• Then shall the priest take oedar- 

and hysaup and crimMDn, — tuid can 
the midfft of lh<< humin^ up of tlie I 

t And the priest shall wash hi« dotbei 

bntke his fl«ih in water, and mitaes 
come into the eamp,— hat tbe priast 
be nnclean until kbs ere nin g . ■ An 
that bameth herll ahaUvaah hia 
in water/ and hathe his flesh in wa 
and be vncleftn, until theevening. ' 
ahall a man that i» clnan gather u 
aahea of the heifer, and put thei 
outaide tbe oamp. in a dean phw 
shall they he for tbe amembly of tb 
of litrael. to kixp fur water of aepar 
it is fa taking away of ain|..* ^ 

•Lit.: "beare." and Vol.; ami 

•"K-iiiic cod. ',w. Sep, and waUir" in Uiia 

Vul. hsve nmply : r|.. \jg>T. xri aa.- 

thc"— 4iJi. "Or: "» dauufaii 

•in." til. : ■■rfn/' 

Jbt;<<>fA. Cp. O. 1 

'* Sin s Sin-offerini 

■S<«uvcnd .w.SMm.,Unk., 
J«at.. tkrp.. and Tul.) 
h«v* : " hirawhutd* " 

■pi.)— G-n. 

Somii cod. (w. Sep., Syr.. 





fthall he tlist gatliered ap thd ««h«H wash 
hU rluthcM, and >>e unclwn ontil the 
ewning, — *o Hh*U it he (or UiH iwcw of 
I«rM*l, And fur th« MijiHimer thkt 
Mijuumrth in your niidM, hy a Mt*tul« 
cUb that UHichf*th the doul, oven any 
huniAO perwni> «hall be UDolonn apvon 
days. i*[|Ho'l shaU uloanno himiicilf fn>m 
•in therewith, (in thn third day. than 
<an the Berenlh day > shall be be olnau, — 
bat <if he uleaaie not himiwlf from iiin 
oo the third day> then <un the sevunth 
day> nhall he nut be demo. " <Whaao- 
•m touchuth the dead, the peiwm uf tlie 
hmiDftii being that dieth. and duth not 
cJmwuw hlmticlf fruit] nin > < the habitatioa 
ofyfthwch> hath ho made UDcleui ; that 
pBTBOn. Iberafora. abaU be cut off out uf 
Inftel,^-<becaiiae ||the water of Mfwra- 
eionll WM not doahed upun him > 
' <iuiclean> ahall ho bci hii uucleannuMi 
b yet' upon him. >* llTbiull u 

tht Uv— <Wh«D Ua human being [! ihail 
die in a t«nt> Ijevery one who gueth into 
the teat, and every one who ii in the 
tentil »liaU be uncleao. aeTen dayi. 
And i:in the oaae of every open ranel, 
oa which no' cover ia fastened II <anolean> 
it i%'. >■ And liwboeoever touchuth.on the 
hoe of the field, nno slain with a sword, 
or one who hath died, or a human bone, 
or a grave, ahall hu unclean, iie\'en days. 
And they rthaU take, fur hiu that ii un- 
clean, of the aabos of the burning uf the 
nii'bearar*— atwl living water shidl be put 
thereon, in a vikmL " Then thall a man 
that is clean | take byttop. and dip in the 
wfti«r|, and aprinkle upon the tent, and 
upon all* the veatda,^ and upon the 
penoos who vrere there,— and upon hini 
that totiched the bone, or hiui who had 
been dain, or him who liod died of himaelf , 
or the' grave ; '" and the clean penwjn 
•ball sprinkle up(jn the luiclaui, on thu 
third day. and on the eevenih day,— so 
ahaU h« oleaoae hinMelf from sin. on the 
aeTenth day, and «haU waah hiA ctothee. 
and hathe in water, and be clean in the 
evening. ^ Bat <in tlie case of the 

man whi? shall lie unutoon and shall not 
cleanse hiintwlf fnim Bin> that perwm 
ahall !« L-ut ii(T|. out uf the midst frf the 
convocation, — fur <tb« sanctuary of 
Yabweh> hatli hu made unclean, lithe 
wat«r of •e|Mrat)un II hath not been 
dwibed upon him, < unclean > be in'. 
3o shall it be unto them*' for a statuco 
■{•-abiding,— and 'be thatKprinkloth tlie 

'^}l^ Jcflmte arUrJ.^, 
'•^^^^ Imck Ui the 


naitfoaUr ease* nedfletf . 
dionld NanalT iw mp- 
vn mti io Ungliah. 
' Aam» Dod. («. Oak. Ufl., 
Joe., Hep., and Hn-.j 
have "unto rott"— OjL 

watbrofsepaisfcioail shall wash his dothes, 
and llhe that tvnoheth the wat^r of 
MoparaCionll shall In unchtan until the 
evening; '■"and || whatsuever Ib^unclraui 
perwm touchotb'l ahall lie uncl(«n, — and 
,|the penou who touclmtb it I shall be 
unclean until the LM'eoing. 

I 23. The Watert oj Mtrihah ( = " CotUtiyiian *% 

I Thvn (Tanin the sons of Israel, the whole 80 
awerably, int*» the deeert of Zin. in the 6r»t 
mtrotli, and Hib people dwoU in KndeHh,— and 
Miriam die«l thRrti, and wan buried there. 

- And thniv wm* n<i water for the aasenibly,— 

so they gathored togother against Mosee, and 

against Aaron. 'And th*> people contended 

with MtMus, — and spaku. naytng, 

Would, then. wi>|iad diwl' whenour brethren 

died." before Yaliweb ! 

* Wherefore' then, hast thuo*' brought the 

convocation of Yahweh into this dewirt,— 
to die there. !)we. and our cattleilT 
■ And wherefore' did ye* cauae us to come up 
out of Egypt, to bring us intu this wrntchod 
place ? — not a plaoo of seeds, and figs, and 
vines, and pomegnuiatea ! <ev«n water> 
if there none' to drink. 

* And Moaos and Aanm went in, from tho 
presence of the multitude" unt£> the entrance of 
the tent of meeting, and fell up(»n their faoce,- 
and the glorj* i»f YahwcJi apptmrvd' nuto 
thorn. ^ Then spake Yahweh unto 
Muses, saying : 

" Take the staff, and gather together the 
assembly, litbou. and Aanm thy bpt>therll, 
then shall ye spruUc unto tbf« cliff, befuro 
their eyes, and it sliall give forth ita 
water*,— so ahalt thou bring forth unto 
then water, oat of the cliff, and »ha]t cause 
the assemUy, and their oattlr*. to drink. 

* And Mueea took the staff, from before 
Yabwrh,— as he Lumouiuded him. >« And 
Moses and Aaron gathered togvtbcr tbu runvoca- 
tiun, before the diff, —and he said unui them : 

Hear, I pray yon. ye rebehi ! 
<Out of this oliff> must we bring forth for 
you. water? 
" And Moaes lifted high his hand, and wmote the 
cliff, with hia suff, twice,— and th«re came 
forth water in aljundance, and thu asaemMy 
and their cattle j did drink'. 
" Then said Yaliweb unto Mosw and unto Aaron, 
<Beaaufle ye believed not in me, to hallow 
me in the eyen uf the sons of Isnu>J> 
{ithereforeil shall ye not bring in thia 
oonvocation inut thi* laud which t have 
given unto them. 
"iiHiH samoil were the waters of Meribah 
[that ift ** Contention "j in that the sonsof Iinet 
contended witli Yahwoh, — and au be baUowad 
himself among them. 

■Ml.: "breatbsd onr— 

^ So U dwold be [w. Sop.]. 

hut M.C.T. baa: "have 

ve"— O.B. 
•<?(,: "didBttboa"— O.a. 
* Or '."convocation." IMk;. 

NUMBEliS XX. U--JH; XXL 1-ia. 

% '23. SdUtm rrjtuf* Ittmri n favuutf. 

'* ;\jid Mcww* neinl nioween^'en* from Kndesh, 
unto tlie kin^f uf Kdoin,— 
I Tliiu4 1 Mkit}) thy Itmthur lintel. 
ilThoij thyself 1 IctiuwuHt lUI thf rliAtrcMK which 
^•efeill 111* : '* mid how our fathers went down 
Xti E^y pt. und we fihode in Kg^'pt . many days 
— and tlmt thp EgyptinnM ill-trwited n«_ nnd 
i>ur fathers ; " und we mnde fjutcry unUt 
Yfthweh. and lie ftourd our vcrio«, auil jwmt 
K Tueffwmg>iT, and bmught wn furtli <>ut of 
Eg>-pr. — III! then, iwcfl are in Kodotfa, a 
city at thf extivniity of thy buundary. 
" Let us. we pray thee. p«« through thy land — 
we will nut patat through field or vineyard^ 
nor will WH drink the Wftten uf a weU» — 
<by thn kiu^'Hruud> will we go — we will 
turn nf.ither bi the- right hand nur Co the 
loft, until we ^et thningh thy hotmdary. 
^ And Edom sikid untt> him. 

Thou lihait not paw through my land,* — lent 
<with the Kword> I oomc out to meet 
'■ And the Hoiut of Ijiracl said unto lum — 

<By the hitfliwny> will we go upland <if 
<chy waler»> weBhuuld drink— ill. iukI my 
uactltitl^ then would I fcive the priiai 
tliereof,— only'— it Ik nothinfE!— <with my 
feet> would 1 poaH tJirough. 
• And he said. 

Thou flhalt not pam thrmigh. 
And Kilom came out to meet him, M*ith a iitnin^ 
pt-ople, and with a firm hiind. *' Thuh 

did E^lom nifusie tu ^wa InnwJ jKuwoge thrtniKh 
his Iwundary, — and Lvael turned away from 

% 34. The Daith of Aaron nn Mnunt Hor. 

* Then net they forwurd from Kadesh, — and 

the SOUR of IfR-nel. all the awtemhly. came in to 

Mmmt Hor. ^ Then spike Yaliweli unto 

HoMH Mid unto Aantn, in Mount Hor,-— near 

the boundary of Uie land of K(h>m. Himng: 

•* Aartni (Jiall Ik- wi(lnlniwn unio his kinsfolk, 

fur \w nliikll not i-Dter into the hvnd, which 

I have iriveu unto the Mtun of Iwa*;!,^ 

bpcutiao ye Kpunu-d my lijddin(r. ut the 

watent of ^leriV^h. 

Take Ihuii Aaron, and Eleaxar biit ttoiit — and 

bring them up Mount Hor; ^ and Mtrip 

thou Anmn of hiR ganm^nlK, and pnt them 

upon Kli-axnr his Mon,— »nd lAiLnrnd ftholl 

be withdrawn, and Ahall Hie thero. 

" And Mose« did (i» Y&hweli eomnmnded,— oud 

they wrnt up into Mount Hor. in sight of all 

theaiwi-mlily. > And M(w*e«»lripi)ed Aaron 

of liin gannents^ mid put them upon Eleaxar bin 

Hon, and Auron died thero. iu the tup of the 

mount,— and MoNtw ai>d £leacar came down 

one uf the mount. » And oU the onembly 

"lit: " Uirouifh m«." 

■aw tbttt Aaron was dead ;* and they be- 
wailed AoruD thirty days, even oil th« hotne of , 

9 25. The Hernpk SrrpetiU, 

■ And the Canaauite. the king <tf Anul. who 21 
dwelt in the South,*' heant that btrael had 
enture*!* by the way of Atharim,''- i*o he made 
war with Iflrael, und took wmie of them captive, 
'-i Then larael vowed a vow unto Yahweh. and 

<If tliiK) wilt surely deliver up' thin peuiM8 . 
into uiy haud> tlien will I utterly deitmyJ 
their dtieA. 
*And Yahweh heftritened unto the Toice oi 
Israot. and delivered up the Canfumito into hi* 
hand,* Ml ho utterly dcatroycd thorn, and their 
cities, —and called the name of the [ilnce Hor- 
mah [that ia, " Utter Deatruetion "|. 

* Then brake they up from Mount Hor, by way 
of the Rm) Sea. to go round the land of Kdom, 
—and the soul of the people became impatient 
because of the way. * So then the people spake 
agaiunt God. and agaiiutt Moaett, 

Wlierefore' have ye brought U" up out ct\ 
KgypT, to dit> in the deriert T ft>r there ia ' 
neither bread, nor water, and 'our aoolif 
doth loathe thin contem)itihle bread ! 
'And Yahweh w*nt among the people the ]Kji- 
Honoux HorpuntA,' and they hit tlte people^— and 
much jiMiple out of Ifirscl died'. ^ Then , 

came the people of Israel unto Moees, and 
We have itinned. in that we spake Bfpunst 

Yahweh , and againnt thee^ 
Pray thou imttr Yahweh, that he may take 
from us the weqient. 
So MoAfw ]>raywl for the people. ' Than 

said Yithweh unto MtM.« — 

.Moke thee a like !ter|>ent," ami put it n|K>n a 
fftmidorrl,— and it itball oome to paw. that 
loiiy nue who is btttimll <aB aooo aa bo 
neeth it> Khali live. 

• 8o MoneA made a Ror^ient of broUEP, and pnt it 
upon the Htandard. - and it came to paw— that 
<if the wrpent hod bitten any man> <aa soon 
ait he directed his look unto the serpent of 
brtm3»> he|j\-ed.*' 

% 26. From Edma to M^-t',. 

" And the sona of Ltrael brake up,— and en- 
camped in Obnth. »' And t}iey brake up 
from Obiilh,-and encamjjwl in Ije-Abn,rim, in 
the desert which is ox-er against Moab, towards 
the riaing t>f ibe sun. '*<From thcnoe> 
brake tiiey up.— and encamped in the ra\*ine of 
Zerod. " <FmmthHnre:' brake they up, 
and encamped on the other iddn of Anion which 

•Or: "had brHtthcd liU andf^vp.;— O.n. IM.C.T. 

bwt." lia»nrtitlicx!thi««wfnrdy. 1 

•■ Heb. : «*«#.-. ti^. m,i,^ «>nkph aer- 

'Or: " wa»" onterinif ." jii-ntit.'* Vp ver. «. 

' " Peril, iwirif of nimrnn- ■ H^K : "« lArtl/th'," Qn, 

rtititr"— 11.(1. vtr.S. 

' 8u ft »h.>iiW U- w. Sam. * Cju Jn. Ui. 1 1. 16. 

NUAIIIKRri XXI. 14— :«; XXU. 1—6. 


u tn the- desert, that cttnieth furth out uf the 
Ituundary of the Aiuorit»av,— for lAmcrar is the 
buuDdiu-}- of Muab, betwevii Mtmb and the 
Aiuuritfte. '* For liiis cause u it Mud, in tue 
|}«K>k <.f the Wftrs of YiUjneh,— 
. . . Wiiheb* witli a Immcaue. 
Aud the raviucv, of Arnoti ; 
*" And tbt' bottom of the mt-iiuM, tliftt exteudeth 
toward the dwetling of Ar,— 
And adjometh to the Ixjtmdary of Moab, 
"And <£n>in thencto towardsi Beer,— iFthe 
aAznu.l i» t\w weU_ whereof Yahwdi staid unto 
Gather bother the people, that I mny ffive 
C}tCDi watnr. 
" L'Tben ; Hang Tsrael thia «ong,~ 

Spring thou up, O wvU < 
Respond ye tbereonto ; 
*" A well ;— princes digttwl' it, 

gNohlt* of the people!! delved it. 
With a woptre. 
With their ituves. 

And <fnim the deeert> to Mattutmh': Band 

<fromMattatiah> to N alinlii?!': and <from 

Nahalii-1> tn Bauurth'; "and <rfrom Ba- 

luuth of th« valley, which in in the field -country 

of Maab> to the top of Fisiftth, —which over- 

]ooketh Jeahimon." " Th«n wint Inrael, 

meaaongttns untu Sihon king uf the Anioritw, 


" I^t ine \nuta through thy land— we will not 

turn a8ide into field or into vineyard, nor 

will Mc Jniik the water of n well,— <by 

the king's ruiMi> will we go, until we get 

through thy boundary. 

■• Aiid Sihnn rtuffcrwi not Urael to pnM thmugh 

hin boundary, but Sihon gathtfn<d together all 

bi« people, and oame forth to luw't iHmel, 

towardti the dtwert, and entered .riihaic, — and 

fought with Iwael. « And I^niel wmote 

htm with the edgw of tb»! 5woi-d,'-tLnd Uxik 

panaMDon of hij« Und, from Amon uiitu .labbok 

unto the MinH of Ammon, for ||E«traug was thts 

boundary of the •xnut of Aiuiuon. « So 

larael took all thww oitiea.— and Israel dwelt in 

all the cltiest of the AmoritoH, iu Uushbon, and 

iu all her villagen ;•• *• f or 1108 for Htwbbunil 

<the city of Sihon king of the Amontcv> it 

wan',- Ihell having fought with the former 

king of Mtjub, and taki*n all hii^ laud out of hiH 

h*ud. uutu Amon. ^ ^rFor thLs cuu»e> 

my the puets— 

Enter ye Henhbnn, — 
Built and pn-[)an<d be the dty of Sihon; 
*• Far ila firell hath mine ftirth out of Heahiion, 
llA flantell out of the stronghold of tiihon ; 
It bath oonfluniMl Ar of M<i«b, 

• XaI : wA-MaAf A. " Ob- 
i*rt of a verb lu«t out of 

n»(o&t"— o.o. :u». 
**'I^rab.«jau pift of the 
*4UanwH of Judali 
VOtilMiag OB E)aKl Swi " 

The lordM* of the liigb placea^' of Amon. 
^ Woe tn thee. Moab, 

Thou art lowt, O peui>le of Cbemosh,— 
He hath given up hit* bon^ oa fugitives 
And but daughters into captivity, 
Unto the king uf the jVmorites, Sihon. 

* Tbun wo fchot tlioni — 

Heidilwin IX destroyed, aa f or ft« Dibou, — 
Thwn laid wo waate a* for iw Nopbah, 
A fire* reochotli unto Medcbn. 

^ So then Israel dwelt in the land of the Aino- 

ritod. "• And Musea sent to spy 

out Jater, and Ihey captured the ^-iUages'* 

thereof, — and du>i>of>AeM*e(l the xVmorituit that 

were there. *'Then turned tbey,and 

went up by the way of liaoban,— and Og, 

king of Uanhan, came forth to meet them — 

!|be. and all bin |>eop]e I. to give battle at 

Edrei. ** Then .naid Yobweh unto Monoa— 

IXi not fear htm, for <into thy baad> have 

1 debvered tiiui and all bi« people, and bis 


Therefore hIiaU thou do unto him, a* thou 

did«t iiiito Ribon, king of the Atnoritea, 

who wftH dwelling in*Heahbon. 

** So tlien they mmxte him. and hiii nonn. and all 

htH people, until there was not left him. a 

remnant, — ond took posMMJon of bia land. 

> Then did the aona uf Inrael break up,— aud 93 
encamp in the waMe plaiiut of Moab, on the 
other side of the Jordan by Jericlm. 

§ 27. Ailuk Kifuj o/ Motib *t$*d$for Batnam. 

- Aud Balak hou uf i^ippor taw' all that Iiume] 
bad dune unto the Atuurites ; ^ and Moabtthrank 
with great fear from the prewuce of the people, 
because •^mnuy> they wure',~and Moab was 
ahLrmed at the pretence' uf the huhm of Israel. 

* So Moab »aid unto the eldeni of Midian— 

llNcrwII shall the gathered hu»t' lick up all 
that on round alxnit ua, oa the ox dutb lick 
up the verdure of the tield. 
But II Balak BOD of Zij»por I wah king unto Moab 
at that time. ^ So he seut moasengcrs unto 
BolaAin HOD of Beor, to Pethor. which wu hy 
the river of the loud of the sora of hia people/ 
Hi call him,— sayings 
I<o 1 ila peoplell hath oome forth out of Egypt 
Lo I * be hath covered the eye of the land. 
Yea ilhe w tarr.ving over against me. 
■ HNowII therefore, do come. I pray thee, curse 
me thin people. 
For <stroager> bets' than I', 

* "Acoonlinit to th» mouth 
of thv •worU, '-'., OS the 
Kwnrd am devour = with- 
out <|uattia- "— U.G. SM. 

<Ut. : " ilaiiKhtent " == 
" ftuiosrtciMl*,'^ •• envi- 
Tnn»," '■ vilUgo9>." 

•Or •• the fanalbn." 
*Or: "hoighl." 
* Bd tt rivtulA be (w. Saw. 
and 8«).)-O.D. M.C.T. 

bus" which " (n«A*rj,bul 

wltb a Mtagnia an the mh 
'.r'j- Cp,. hoMOTer. H. 
Intro. 3i6-a28, whKretbn 
fuUowlDg mulinfr "f the 
ftudcouplTtis rA\ounIily 

The wDinm nlBo even 
nntu Nopha 

Am! thp men ercn 
uuti) Mtiltfba. 

*IM. " damfhlew.'* 

•U«h.: MAAl. 

' BiMuo vod. I w Sam., Byr., 
and Vul.) h«vi< : " Mnu of 
Ammiin " — U.n. 

■ I4<>nu) cud. iw. op. v.r. 
l"»tr] Sum., Onk. MB., 
Jun., Hep., and 8n,) 
have liurc: "aul lu'.^'— 

<If ponwlventure 1 p«vMl> we shkll imit* 

Th« I may drive him oat of the Iftnd. — 
For I know tli»t ihe whum thou dost blewtl 

is to he' blcMHud, 
And Ilhe whom tbon do«t our»el' la to he' ounwd. 

T And the oldore of M«Kih and the eldew of 
Midian^ wont their way. with the rpwivrds of 
divination iu their hftnd.-No they came in. unto 
BaUun, and njuike imto him the wordB of 
Balnk. * And he -wu'l nuto them— 

T»rry ye here for thi; niBlit, ond I will hring 
you bftck word, an Yahwoh shftU Bpo»k uiiKi 
80 the prinew of Mo»b abode with B«- 
\gitm. • And God oamo in unto 

Baln&ni,— and Mid, 
Who ftro the«B men. with iheoT 
■lOTheu sftid BAliuvm unto God,— 

l-Bnlak. won of Zippur. king of Moabll hath 
m-nt until iii« : 
w Lo ' kthe piytjilM tliat hath twme forth out of 

Egypt li—hu ci>vt>reth the eve of tiio land. 
llNowll' du come, do revile mB him. 
Peradvuiitiiro I «haU jirevail iu making 

war witli him. 
And shall dnvu him out. 
1* And God aaid imto BalaAm, 

Thou shalt not go with them,— 
Tliou Hliftlt not*" oui-se the iteople, 
For <blowKJ4l> he in*. 
M And Balaam r"»e up iu the morning, and oud 
MM!o the princew of Balak. 
Oet you into your own land,— 
For Yahwoh Imth refused' to let mo go with 
" 80 tho prinoert of Moab arww, ftud camu iu unto 
Balak, —and mid, 
BaloAm refuMjd' tv coroe with u*. 
" ThtMi o-lderl B»lak again,— to nend priuwit, 
more and weightier than the*;. " And thoy 
came iu unUi Balaam,— and uuid unto liim— 
ijThusil Haid BaJak sou of Zippor, 

Do not be withheld. I pray thee, from 
ooming unto mu : 
" Fori will Ijhimourll ihee. exceedingly! and 

<.a]l tliat thuu tJialt say unto me > will I do. 
Do oouH' thort-'fore. I pray thee, oh revile 
me thift poiple. 
'" And Baluttm rtwpondwl, and *»iil imto the 
servantH of Uolak, 
<TfaiOugh Balak would give me hiK bouse full 
of nilvur and gold > I could not go beyond 
the bidding of Yahweh my God, to do le« 
or more. 
!• IjNowli tberatore. abide here. I pray you, nwa 
liyell -for the night, —that 1 may get to kmiw 
what further" Yahwoh may be speaking 
with me. 
* And (iod catne in imto naUam. by night, and 
aaid untc* hmi— 

<|f i|Ui tall theeil the men ba*o come in>i 

arine go with them, — 
llBut cmlyll <the thing that I •hall ape»kunto 
thHe> ijlbat.l Mhalt thou do. 
w Brfj lUhuim aroee' in the morning, and iad- 
dIe(J hi« »«.— and went with the princcR of 
M*»ib. =T!ieu khi.U«l the angi-r 

of God, beoaudo he' was goingll,' and i\w 
msMenger of Yahweh aUtioned' hinmolf in the 
way, to wichsUud him, — Hw he wa« riding 
upon hi» a»w, Iuh two young men being with 
him I. ^ And Uie asa »aw the mesMmger of 

Ytdiweh. Htfttioni'd in the road, with hia drawn 
sword in hia hand, m the (uw turned wide out 
of the n»ad. and went into the field. —and 
Balaam smote the aaa, to make her turn hack 
iuto the rt«a. »* But the mCMenser 

o! Yahweh look his stand, in a hollow pam of 
the nnoyards- with a fence on thin aide, and a 
fence on that .Mde. » And <when the aaa 

WW the mo»*mger of Yahweh > «he wjueeiod 
hemelf agaimit the wall, and w|Ui)CKed the foot 
uf Balaam, ugainM the wall.— and again' be 
smote her. " " And the me«(«-ng«r U 

Yahweh wuut on furtlier', and took hm Mnwi in 
a narrow place, where tbcre wamw way u. tarn, 
to the right Itand or to the left. " And < when 
the ahM Miw' thy nu««iaigor of Y»hwrfi> abe 
rtonk down under Bahmm.— then was Balaam'* 
angtT kindled, and h« i^molo the »»i with the 
stiiff. * And Yahweh oi»ened the 

niouth of the aiw,-»nd she naid unto BfLloAm— 
What have I done to thee, that thou Ua«t 
Huiitten me, the»te three timea? 
* And Balaam said unto the ass, 

Surely thou hajit lx»n making 9i>ort of me.— 
Would there hod' l»een a sword in my hand, 
for |now , wuiUd I have »Uin thee. 
'^ Tlitmiiaid the aw unto Baliuim — 

Am not III I, thine own rws, on which thou hft»t 
ridden all thy Ufe. until this day 1 Hax*s 
1 , lieon woutll to do untu thee itliusi! 
And he »aid. 

^ Then did Yuhweh nnveil the eyott of Balaam, 
and lie saw the messenger of Yahweh atatifmed 
ill tht; n.MA, "^^ii his sword drawn, in hia 
hand,— HO hu bent hlii head and bowed down 
bef«n^ him. ■ And the mewieup.'r of 

Yahweii ttaid unto him. 
Wherefore' ba«t thou smitten tliinu ua, iheae 

three timUM T 
Lo! :i I myself II am come forth to withKtaud 
thoe, faeoMiw heudlung' was thy way 
before roe. 
» And the oh hath seen' me, and hath turned 
aiitde at my presence, these three times: 
<UnlL'w« dhe had turned aaidc from my 

• Someeod. (w. dotL., Jou.. 

and 8ep.^ hare : " Xow 

tliCTfefare " — <j .n. 
I A tp. r.r. (Mirfr} {w. murt 

MSfi.. Sam.. Jon.. Hep., 
Syr., Vul.:: "Neither 
nhttlt thou"— Gji. 

»Ori "wiifc rwaUy goiop-" 
Thu cmphanii' hiTo 
(sttranttclY ovt-rWutki'd hy 
both A.V. anil ItV.) U 
rigBiltmnt. It M-mnit t'> 
•ugKOrt tlwt the nodi- 
nukoA uf rer. 20 Bmivtiljr 
«TRi amoontod tu a [wr- 

, but ra> mthn-« 

ptflootifiraay. ir.atntgiit, 
fntiuuted tlu: if BaJauD 
va» determiaed to n. 
ho VKHilA ftot be funHUy 
rn-vrnt"--*!. <y. T. Ap. 
"i'lumiib'* ntart, 



NUMBEKS XXri. 34—41 ; XXlll, 1—17. 


pnMmoe> ye* lnow| <evBn tliee.->* luul 

I dttin^ Vmt <lier> had I mifferud t<i livt. 

^ Tbcm MLid BulftAcn uiitu ttie mevuenger of 


I have ftinnMl, for I kii«w not, that tithouil 

wjirt AtAH(mad to meet mi* in the ro&d, — 
llNowii. thwwftin?. <if it bo di^plotudng in 
thintt RyeA> I niuHt gt^t tn** bock ofpiin. 
* And tliK mMftmiger uf Yahweh sn'id iintu 
f lilt with the men : 

^^m Only' <the wi)rd that I lihtvll niKak unto 

^^1 tfaBe> iithat nlmlt thuii rfpu&k. 

^^1 So BaliM»n WTOt hist wny with thu princm of 
^P BaUW. MAnd BiitAk hvAnV ttmt 

^» Bklwim twitaaiiningi,— Hi>lieweutforth tu luft't 
t him, uutu a city of Mn»b which wah upon t}ie 

I hoiitKlAry of Aman, which vrm» iii tbt* utmost 

I part nf the (xmiidary. "^ And Bnhlk aaid 

kuiito BAlnam: 
Did I not |;itend!l onUi the**, to caJI ihoo? 
Wlierefore' did»t thou nut cutuu unlu mi'^ 
Am I not <in Tery deed> able to hun^un- 
And BuluAtn iiaid unto Bn]ftk-~ 
ho '. I urn eotue unto ih^e, 
jKowil llcaoll I liKMiiiblytl promiw i|any- 

<'rhe word that God HhnD put in iny 
month > ilthat must I H|>nnk. 
So Bidiuini wont with Balak.— and they entered 
Kirmth-hunnh. * And Bulak sAcrificod 

hml and flock,— and tent nnto Balaam, and 
unto thi; itrinoM chat were wirli him. ^i And it 
cam*; to piuw in the mrtniing. thnt Ralak took 
BalaaiD, and Im>ng)it hira up th(> hi)^h jilaoeN of 
ilaal,— and he saw from thciice tho utmowt iwti 
of thapeo|ite. 

$ 28. At/na«t'« Firtt Prophfej/. 

t Then Maid Balaam nnto Balak : 

Build me hvm, wven altam, — and prepare me 
hpTf , wY«n Indhx-'kn nnd nevwn tTamff. 
f jind BaJnk diil' a^ Bidiuiin hod ii|Mtken',— and 
'Balak and Balaam cauaed to nacnnd a bullock 
and a nun on vmch altar. =* Then Htiiii 

Cahuun unto Balak : 
Station thynelf by thiou aFioi!nding-HaGri6ci!, 
and let m« gu my way— iJeradrenturc' 
Ynhwi'b may oonio and mont me, and < whnt 
thing wjt'vor he m»y Hhvw mo> I will tell 
ISd he went his way to a bare height. ^ And 

pOod CAmt* iintoBidanm,— Ml he uaid unto him — 
<:The seven alt«n*> have I >milt in a mw,"" 
and have onuf>ed to nnoend. a bullock and a 
ram on ifwrh altar. 
fj\nd Yahweh put a word into the month of 
BiilAam, -and uid — 

Kctiim unto Balak. and {Ithus!! ahalt tbmi 

. be irloraed onto him, and lo ! he wa« 

l-fm mvtrriiiD Ocn. xtt. 
, and Tntru., riiap. IT-. 

£9. 0N/*. 


i^tiitioni'd by hiH aKendiny-aacrifieu,- ^be, and 
all tht |>nncKt of Moabl^ * So be Uioik up 

hilt iwrahle nnd said,— 

<From Amm> doth Balak' eonHiict nie_ 
'The king of Mr>ab fnwi the mountains of 
thu K&Mt, 

Ctdne thou ! eunit< me •Tactib, 
YtM, come thou ! ragii on IxnutL 

" How can I revile one whom God' bath nut' 
reviled ! 
Yea, how cnu I ro^ on one on whom Yahweh* 
liMth not' raged? 

** Surfly <frum the hewl of the mokii> do ] 
dee him. 
Yea <frma tlu) hitlA> do T olwrvn him,^ 
I^j ! ;a people I who alone' doth dwell. 
And <auionK the natioiu> lie doth nut 
reckon biinitelf. 
"« Who' hath oounted the dimt of Jacob 1 

Or who' bath iiuuiburod* tho fourth |»rt of 

Let me '* die the death of tlie npright, 
.And let my hcrearter' l>e like hu ! 

" Tbeu wiid Baluk unto Balaam, 
Wlint hast thoti done for me" 
< To revile mine enemie«i> 1 summoned thoe, 
and lo ! thou ha-tt kept ut} bletBuigll.^ 
^ And he anxwyred nnd said, — 

Wa*i it not [t«) be rtoj that < whatsoever 
Yahweh nhuuld put into my mouth> iiliie 
mnw ? should I take heed to tpvuk !* 

§ 'JfX BttlaaM't Second PruitheTy, 

"" Then »nid Bftlak nnto him— 

C<niie, I i>ray thee, with me, unto another 

pliioe. from whence thou mayueC net) him, 

<nothLiig hut bii^ utmost parl> stialt thou 

see, Imt <all of him> tthalt thou notaee^<— 

and (Ml revile me him, Imm tht-nct*. 

'* And he took him to the field of Zophim, imto 

the bead of Piitgnb. — and tmilt seven oltnrH, iind 

caUHcd to iiMCund a bullock and a mm on each 

tiltiir. » Thou Miid lie to Hulak, 

Station thywlf hei«. by thine imcunding-iiAcri- 
lii-^'/- wliilp III meet hiui yonder. 
'" And Yahweh met BaJotim. and jiut ii n-urd into 
lii.H nioutli,— and snid — 
Retuni unto Balak. and ilthinll ahalt thou 
■^ So be came in unto him. aiid Ithen he waH|— 
(•tatiuncd by his aficending'-Mkcritice, sod th« 
piinoeit of ^fonb, with him. .-Vnd Balak Miid 
until him. 
What hatli Yaliweh iipokent 

» So it nhnuM lie iw. HwB. 

3IB.uid8f>r' — ^n- 'S>- 
O. loMip. liw. M.C.T. 
ha« a. ffirm which muibt 
he (vudvTvd ; "Oriikabltf 

• Ml.: '■ my Willi." 

• Or: *• Utter end." 

' Thvlnltnitlvohcre/oUfcip- 

iKt; the finite verb: Ma 

IntR)., i'hm.p. II., Brnnn. 

»U. ft. I, wid. 
• Or : " hi>«lfully I 'ernipn. 

looi'ly'j opoUt." 
' ti<iiu<> coil., mitt Mir. pr. vd.. 
w . Siun. aimI Htt. / biive : 

'■ MkrdrittccH " — fl ji. 


NUX£BEES XV. 4-35. 

odcnir untu Yftliwdi, fratai the herd or 
ftum ihtj fluck> MhcD (^hnll he Umt 
briiigFtli o«ir liifl ■.•)tLAtk>ii \mug nwr unto 
Ykbweti tt mesl-nlTeniLK. uf Hne nienl a 
tantli |mi-t [of an cpliati] nverfltiwed nich 
the finirth part vf a Ilia nf oil ; " <wiiie 
ttlno fur ft driukotlcrinK, tliR fourth imrt 
uf ti hin> ahall ilioii(^t*r with the (wct^id- 
U)(j-off*ritig nr with the -ftorilice, • — for 
Midi' hi->-lAmh. « Or •: with a nLni> thou 
ahalt ritfi'r a nif&l -offering, of tine raoal. 
two tcnth!*,~over6owe(l with nil. the third 
of ft hin ; ^ <irino alio, for a dn'nk-offDV' 
iag^ the third of a hin> shnlt thou bring 
near nn a JutiBfying odour unto Yahwvh. 

* And <whpn timu wouldent offer a choice 
yountf bollock, m an ruu-<«n<Iing-<iffenn9 or 
McriKce, — for oe1t>bmttng a vuvr, i)r iw a 
pe«cp-off4-ring ntito YtthHeh> • then 
BhaD he bring nfar. with hin choico young 
bollock, a nieal-offpring, of flne Tueal, 
thrw? twitha,— ovprflowoil with half a hin 
of oil; 1" cwine alw>> ghalt thoti bring 
near for a drink-nffi'rint:. half n hin.— for 
an altar-flnme i)f nalififying ndnur. unto 
YahM-eh. " <'niu.^iinH th«s> 

ahall it !» dnut'_ ftirwach' nx, and for tsuih' 
ram,— auc) for bach' young one among the 
alKwp. or aniiing thy guats : " -vacr'trding 
to the nuinl**r which je shnll offer> 
<thus and thuto Hhall yv do for 
earh' (ino, according tii ibfir niunljer. 

W <Kvory one horn in the U»nd> <thuii 

and thu5> shall offer thew* things,— 
when bringing near an altar^Haine uf a 
fifttiafiring odour unto Yahweh. 

1* And <wh<!n there shall mijoum with j*ou a 

fwjoumer, «r mw whr> Jk in your midst to 
your generatinna, and he would offer an 
altar-flame of a Matinfying odour, unto 
Yahweli> <a8 ye' offer ::> wi' j-hall he* 
offer. '* <In the «inviic*tion> lone 
atatntel! iibftU there he. for you' and for 
tim Hojoumer who nojoumeth, — an age- 
abiding Ktat\itp. untu your gt-nemtionj*. 
<aii ye* ftnr> no' the sojounier" kIuiII lie. 
)ief(in'yaliweh : '* ^tme law audone regu- 
lation ^ Hhftll then* (•«•_ for yi.mDoIvos' and 
for the iii>ji>umor that itojouruuth with you. 

" Then Hpake Ynhweh unto MotteH, naymg : 

1" Speak unto the wjna of Ixrael, and tbou ahalt 
any untu them, — 
<When ye enter into thi- land wherehito 
lllll am tjHngiug you> '" tln-n i^hall it l)c, 
<whcu ye eat th« bread of the Iand> 
thnr ye (thall heave up a liKave-olferiug 
onto Yahweh. =•" <0f tlie first of your 
mea]> ■hall ye hejive u]> :a cake! as a 
heftve-i>ffe-ring, — <Hke the lieavi-otfering 
of grftin> lao itUall >e b«ive it. =» <Of 
the firht of yoiii- mral> wlmll ye giie unto 
ViihM'i'h. a )ieHVo-4tffering, — unto your 


"pefti^Hrfwing." Ob. P.B., Levjtjoiu, 

" And < when ye shall make a mistake, * and 

not obfterve all thc«e oommandmenu, — 
which Yahweh hatb spoken unto Moses ; 

1° even all tlutt Yahweh haih given anto 

you in comnuuid. by the hand of Mtjsea,— 
from the* day that Yahweh gave com- 
mand, and onward, unto your goncnm- 
tionn> ** then shall it be — <if laway 
fniin tlie eytv of the aMfomblyl it hath 
Iteen dune I by n)iiilake1> that all the 
ttaseinbly nlmll offer ««ie cboico young 
bulltx:k for an OMoeiiding-sacrifioci, aa a 
8ati«fying odour unto Yaliweh, with ibo 
meal-tifferitig thereof and the drink-otfer* 
iug tbere^tf, aoconling to the regulation, — 
and one young be-g<Nit, ax a ain-lM'arer. 

* So shall tiie priest put u propitiatury- 

oovering over all c1k> oMteiubly u( the wma 
id iHraol, and lunlou ahall \je grautnl 
onto them.— because <ainiKtake> it was*, 
Uthey'l therefore bare brought in their 
Dfft>ring — on altar-flame unto Yaliweh, 
and tlieir ain-b«an'r Ijefore Yahweh. for 
their miittake : * aii<l ]»irdon shall be 
granted unto all the asM-mbly of the jHHIS 
of Ixrael, aud unto the tMijoumer that 
Hojuurueth in iheir mid»t, — for <in the 
COM) of all the pcople> it wan |by mis* 

" And < if lany one' person; Khali sin by miif< 
take> then shall he bring near a Mhe-goat 
of the first year, aa a 8in-licarer; "and 
the priest Hhall jmt « prtipitiatory-vovering 
over the person who bath made th«" mis- 
take, whcu be hath Hiuued by mintake 
befotv Yahweh,— even fjut a piupitiattrry- 
cuvuriug over hUn, and pardon kIuUI be 
grnuted him. ^ <For the native bom 
aujohg the sona of Liracl, and for the 
srjjouriier that •ojourneth i« their mid>it> 
Hone law|; shall there \iv unto you— for 
acting by mUtakc. =" But <tat 

far the i>HfjK>n who aoteth with a high 
hand — uf the native bc)m or of Ch« 
iM)joumtrP8> <Y«liweh hinu«el(> Ibefl 
reproacbeth, — llierefnre ahnll that person 
U- cut off out of tlie iLiddt of hia (leopla. 

" <13<>cikiue -the wonluf Yahweh> hath 

he dwpisetl, and chi!* comu}audmtint> 
lialti hf bn>kai> tbat (vrvou shall be 
llMii-eiy cut uffi]. ibis iniquity! io in him- 


*" < Whilo the sons of IrtracI wen? in U»b desert > 

they found a man giitlicring tttickn im the wib- 

bath' day. *• And ibey whofouud htm gatbpring 

sticks 1 brought him m-arl unto Mo<*if», and 

unto Aaron, and unto all the asaembly. 

** And they put him in ward, — because it 

was not clear what tbev nhould do unto 

bim. *"* Thfii »aiU Yahweh unto Miwca, 

Thfl man ^ba]l iw ||put to deathi!,— all the 

aasembly sUmingbim ttnthstoniMJ!, outride 

the camp, 

• (^. Lev. iv. la. 

MMBKltS XV. 36—40; XVI. \—ii. 


"Bo then all the assumhly Ijput him fotftbiloateide 
the ounpt uid stuned hiiu with bUidos, Mid he 

As Yahueti oomniMidvd Minm. 

"' And Yahwoli (.|«l£i,< unto MtMM. w)ing : 
* S]x*k unto thv Atnui of I^ruul, and thou sluUt 
My until the-m. 
That Uicy s\vkl\ ui&kt) thnni fricgM uu the 
«>mei>' of thuir (funuentn. uuio their 
gvDL'ratiunft — und »hall put u]mpu the 
frinp* i»f the L-unu^r. n (x>rd uf ltlu<-' : *iiu 
th^U they aurvc >-uii an fi-iugea, and when 
yu (fee tlien. tlieu shivll ye <a1I to mind »U 
the cuuitiiuidD'entH i>{ Y&liweh, luid ultall 
do them,— And shall hot npy out, i after 
yuurtnm h«arCii,uid aft<>r your uwn oyu*; 
fur Uiiiigrs. nfter which I yv' «rt> rcudy to 
g») UDcltMtely ftTTftj : *• t'» tht huvnt ye 
uiAV call to mind, and do all my cum- 
uMndtntmtis and be^ huly unto your 
n I — Yahweh il am your God — who 
bruuffht you forth out of the land 
of Kgypt, to become your* God,— 

Itl— Yahweh II BtnyDurC^od. 

S IS. 7%t Coftfpiraev apainvt J/oki wndcr Kontk, 
Dathofi and Afiiram. 

10 ' Then Uxik ^ Ktirah, sou uf Izhar. von of 
Kcihath, Bun of Levi,— nnd Unthan and Ahiram. 
Sana uf Klinb, and Ou. mm uf Pek'th. notiB* of 
Reuben; 'and nw up' Ijcf'tro Blo«*i, with 
certain men uf the !»nn!» "f I»nu.'l. two hundred 
and fifty, — pnno«i of amRcmUy. coUe'l tu the 
ftoted meeting, men of tvnown ; ^ and gathered 
themxclvcM together a^itutt Mosoa and of^ijut 
Aanm, and fiaid unto them, 
|]T«N> much for you'l when llall the a«t4>mbly,; 
arv mil of theiu^l holy, and <in the midnt 
of them > ift Yahweh,^ 
Wherofcmj, then, should ye mX yonrselvo* up, 
above the mmvomtiou of Yahweh? 

• And < whm Mose* heard it > he fell upon hin 
fooi * Then xpake he unto Korah, and 
unto all hix ofMouibly, jaaying, 

<In Ihe momiu]^:> will Yahweh make known 
— who ore his, and who ut the huly one_ and 
wUl CAUM) him to eonie near unto himMolf, — 
yea <hiui whom he ijhfdl ch<»>>^^ uill he 
caiue u> cooie nui^r unto himaeU. 

• tlTfabll do,— 

Tak« to you oensers, Koroli. and oU fab 
ovembly ; ■ and place tbcrais fin*, and 
pot thereon inoenac, before Yahweh. to- 
8o «luai it l)e— that <tho moo whom Yahweh 

olioU obot)M> the I shall be the holy one. 

Too mneb for you. ve *ons of Ijevi : 

• Or : "remaio.*' Cp. chap, 
xuvi. ts. 
Ou ; "Tbni rw* up . . . 

*jo» niw up" — O.n. 
'Sunie end, ^w. Sun. and 
S«ji. ; liuve '. ' ' mm '* — 

- And MoMMf MAid unto Koroh.— 

Hear. I inray you. ye mm» of Levi ! " Is it too 
Hnnll a thiut; for you. tlwt tlw God of I»rael 
liHth stfjiatated yxm from the oMembly of 
Urorl, to \jnug you near unto liim.<ielf, — to 
do the lahuriuus work of tUti habitalifjn of 
YahK-eh, luid t'j Htand before theB»«emhly. 
to wait upon them ? '" iJut <l)aviog 
brought thee m-ikr, and nil thy hrvtbren 
tliit Auna uf Let-i n^th thce> rouat ye iieek 
pritwthuud oIhuI T 
■1 Whort^fore' jtlum and oil thine AaM^mblyll otv 
oonnpiring ogaiuiit Yahweh, — 

But <Aan)n> what in he', that ye almuld 
nmrmur againut him' ? 

" Then aont Mobm, to call (or Dathon and for 
Abiram. fwns of Bliab, — and they said. 
We will not i-ome up : 
t* WoA it "a fcmall tbtii^ ' that thttu didst brin^ 
iw up uut of Ik land flowing with milk and 
honey, to [mt ua tudeatfi* in the deoert, 
but thou muiit licoDttnno even to lord itii 
uv»»r ua? 
1* Certainly <not into a land flowing with millc 
ood honey> hut thou bruught ua, nor 
ffiven unio ua on iuheritonoe of field and 
<Tho eyes of thoM men> wUt tliou dig out f 

We will not ctmto op. 

1^ Tbeu wiu Moees Ter>' BiiSTy. and he naid UDt(i> 
Do not thou have ivapeot unto their roeal- 

<Not nno OM. frmn thtini> have I taken, 
neither havn I wnmged fine i»f them. 
'* And MtiN»t Maid unto Kurati, 

llThnu, and all thine aasombly I oome ye lie- 
for* Vahweh, — |thou,nnd they, and Aarun[ 
to-morrow :1. 
17 And take ye each man hi» oenaer. and put 
thereon inoenite, then ^oll ye bring near 
before Yahweh. oaeh mau Ids censcar, two 
hundred and fifty cenw.'tnt, — and <|thou ant) 
.\iiron|l each man his center. 
i*So they took eodi man hin of-nwr. and put 
thervou fire, and ;riaoed themon incenwi', — and 
took tliw stand at the entrana- frf the twit of 
meeting with Mot*e« and Aarrni,'' " And Kormh 
gathered together againxt thi'Ui all thrtnj<»einhly, 
unto the entnmne of the tent of meeting,— then 
ap]M«r*xl the glory nf Yaliweli. unto all the 
ansemlily. *• Tlicn »i*ke Yaliweh 

antii MiiMtfri and unto Aaron, iaying : 
^ SfiMu-atF yuuntelreg out of the midfit of thitt 
ArtBumbly,— tlubl t may coiuume them in a 
» And they fell u|Jon their faocw. and said, 

O Goo, the God of tlie spiritH of all floah/— 

•Ot(p<>rim».ivehiph.:;"let •Heneetha futility ofthe 

nit die." 1^1. t^.T. Ai>-, opinioo <if <h<iiii-, tlntl 

" I'liiiroulk'n Hwirt." rt**. tiwrm li ni> npiril iti aii\n 

^8crmi' umI >.w. Kvp., 8)t. m b ounntltucut p*rt of 

anc] Vul.j imil ; "nnd hi* (<«<rxmaHtv. rtnup. 

Mo*m uul Aaron tu>tV clian. k.xvu. IR; nlmi- 

their iiiinil," etc.— U.D. I>. UiL lA ;. Z«oh. xii. 1. 



NaUHEH:^ XVI. 23-50; XVU. 1— :J. 

<«ball Itcme numn «tt, Riid <ftgwRKt all the 
RiwctnWyv wilt thou he wrtrth? I 

* And Yahwpli Bimke nntn iMc«wi_ ifliyintr. 
^ 8|i«atk iinfo the itHUPTiiIily . wiying,- 

Get ye up frxnn nxintl nlxmt thu ImhitatUin 
tif Kunih, Dathan And Abimm. 
^ Sij Xiwi'it nwt; up, loid wmit. unto iMtluui &ud | 
Aliinun,— tlifn went, AfUrr him, the elden uf 
IktmhI. ^ And he tipikke uuto tht? ainieuibly, 


R**muv<?, I pmy >'OU.from Iwwdo the tetiuuf 
the.He lawlew men, and do nut touch auKlit 
tlmt [lerUineth nnto them. — lest yc bo 
cnrrivd off, iu nil their sins. 
"^ So they went up fmm beside the hahitatKni 
uf Kornh, Dothwi and Ahiram, uii every nidct— 
mid I Dai han and Abinun li cam* cnii and 
sutioued theiiisclves. at the entrance of their 
t«nte, with their vires and their sonH, and thi-ir 
littl<' iitw*. ® Then ^aid Mont-*, 

< Hereby > "hall ye kw>w. that ilYahwelili 
hatU MMit Die, to do' all ihe^e worlcA,— 
verily, nut (WT of my own hean .— 
" <lf <aii all huiunn beiingii die> ttH>»w' do 
die. and 'the vi>«itation tif i\l) lunnan 
l)«>intnli be viMtcd upon theai> ' Ynhwfhil 
liath not ftent tne. 
^ But <if <ftareattan> Yaliw«'h on-ate,' and 
th«f ground oiK-n witlc Hpi month . bihI 
f^u-allaw them up. with all that ix-naiii 
unto them, and ho tlwy jto do»*n. iUivi;_ 
unto hoden^ thai .ihall ye know, ll^at 
thetie meji have desqjifwd' Yahweh. 
"•' And it cjiDie to ]funi, <(Vi he lunde ati end of 
flpeakiiiif all thetMj u'ordH> that the gr<fucni 
vhieh wa« under them , clave asunder ; -'*'■' and 
tlte fiirth Dftened' her mouth, and itwallowed 
up them, and their houacholds,— and all the 
human b.'jng!i who pertained unto Korah, with 
all their goods: ^ «o ||thcy', and alt that por* 
tuned unto them, {went down , alive', unto 
hadoA.'und the earth joIoMed upon them', And 
they i)ori»hed out of Uie tnid)>t of the eonvota- 
tion. ** And all Israel who wore 

roundabout tbemi fled nt their cry,*' — for they 
Lest the earth I swallow u* up]. 
■ iFire alsoll came forth, from Yahwi-h, — and 
consumed the two hundred and fifty manf who 
offered the inoen-ii*. 

* Then Kpake Yahweh imtn ]hIoMa. Hying : 
" Hay uuto Eleazar. mn of Aaron tlie priest. 
that he take up the oeoflen out of the 
midfit of the burning, and <the fire> 
scatter thou yonder,— fur they have been 
» <:A* for the ceufwra of then sinner^ againi^t 
their own penuais> they shall Im* m.-itle into 
beatcn-out plateo, aa an overlay fur the 
altar, for they had brought Llieui D*ar 

• Rbovtnit that "tooreate" 
in the BjUieal tmam ia 
not " tn «iak» maati^itm 
uut of nothfnir," but 

•imply to make a new 
thintr. rmlwen n(!w itUTt. 
f [>. iim. i. I, nntA ^-, 
• LiL; •■voit«"ur"'«j\iOtl." 

Vpefon Yahweh, and liallott'ed them.— m 
fihaU they becutne n tilioi. onto the mn» of 
* And Kleatar thv jniL^t to<ik the oell^le^^ of 
^»^onxe. which the consumed men had bniught 
near.— and teHt them out int/i plat^i for over- 
laying the altar = ** a memorial unto the suuk of 
Tluit no KtruTi^cr, who ia not uf the sMr<l uf 
.-VsTon: shall draw near tn offer im'eiwe 
K'fon; Yahweh, — leat he becoroo like Kondi 
and like his Sfteemhly, 

As spakf Yahweh by the liand of 
McMeti, with regard thereto. 

^> And oU the a««inbly of the eons of Isnwl 
murmured, on the morrow, against Moee« and 
a^inst Aaron, ttaying, — 

Vt> ; have catue^l the death of the people of 
f^ And it came to |iaMt. <whKi the aaaemlily 
gathered themMilves tof^ther* •ig&lnst Moms 
and agaimtt Aaron > that they tnnied towanis 
the tent of mc^eIinc, and lo I the cluud Iliad 
cMvered it { : and the jrlury of Yahweh apjkearud |. 
■" And MufiCB and Aaron came in. Iiefoa^ the tent 
of meeting. ** Then apake Yahweh 

unt4> MoM>. sayioK: 
** Lift yonntelveN up out of llio midst of this 
iuw>nibly, that T nuty cuiuume tliciu, a^ in ft 
And they fell niwn their faces. ** Then 

aaid Murcs unto Aaron- 
Take the een'»er and plaoe thereon Ri-w_ fnim 
off the ultitr. and put inoeitse [then?<m], and, 
4,njinK i:iiiiekly into the asricmbly. jMit a 
propitiatory ooverinfc-oier them,— for wiath 
I hath ►rune forth I from Ijefore Yahwab, the 
pUgue |haih)«gun|. 
*^ Then toitk Aaron, aa M«»e» upako. and rui into 
the midAt of the eoovocation, and lo ! the pUgne 
had begun' ami'Ug the iieople,— so he jJnoed 
the incMixe. and put a propitiatory -o»ver{»g 
over the people : * thus did he take his Mtaiid 
bet\t-e«i tbe ricAd and tbe livine,— and the 
plague Iwureatrainvd!. * .\ml do it waA. 

that they who died in the plogtio were 
fourtven ihoiusind, and .wen hundrv>d,— be- 
ddeb them wlio tltMl over the matter of 
Konkh. ^' And Aaron returned unto 

MoK», uiitu the Hiitrauoe nf tbe tent of 
iiiwting — wh«n the pUioieh had been re* 

S19. Ant^nt'n BmUiitiii Staff. 

* Then fpnke Yahweh unto Mumum. saying : 17 
s Speak unto the »nus of larael. and takt< r>f 

tliem. oue staff each for an anoestral biHiMi, 
of all tbeir princes, by their anctMtral 
hotues, twelve t>tave8\— <each uian'a 
name> ^halt Thou write upon hint .itaff; 

* and < jVarnn'K iiamL-> shalt thou wiito 
upon the Mt»ff uf Levi,— for <one ataff> 

» l>r ; " were bail been": railed t^vUier." 

mJMBERS XVII. 4—13; XVIll. 1—16. 


4h»U tbL>r« b« for tli« bedd of their atKMtcoI 
house. * Th«n !tliult thuu Uy them up 

in the tent of ine«tin(f,— l*for# the t«wti- 
niimy, whpK' I m«ft witJi >ou.' * So *hjiU 
It r4)in<> to \»f«^, that <tlM* raon wlium I 
Hhall cbi Mirier ihU tttAff ahaj] bud,^ — m4v will 
I C3U1M* to cram from Apkinitt me' the mur- 
tuurinpK <if th** Jiom* of Israel, wliereirith 
<ttU*-v uri' iiiiinnnniig a^iiuit ynii*. 

* Altd MiJBf.1 niutki> untif the mouk iif liinu*!, nnd 
every uue of t)it.-ir iirinrxM ^ive ttnUi him n 
fttftff Bpiecv, fur ttach priiica* I hy their lUKtMtrn] 
hoUiftx l{twelvt^ ittAVi-Mi.— and ' th« stnB <if 
Auuu:' WM ill tlitf uiiflitb (if thur nLarei^ 'So 
Mn«ea Uid up the i>iu^'(m btsftm! YAhweli, — in 
Ute tent of the hMtiDiiuiy. 

• And it came t<i pta-s k>u th« morrow |, that 
MflSM entered into the tent of tin- t««tiiiiouy ; 
•nd lo I the Htttff of Aaruii for tbt" bouw of 
Ltvi [luwl hiKlil*^) {, — yfa it hiktl hr^itight f<»rth 
bud^, ftiid hli^iiiuxt lihH«imit«, Hnd In'^me ri)R> 
almonds. 'So tb»ii Jthineii linmghl fortli' nil 
the sUven. fmu tK-fon- Ynliwi>h, uutii nil the 
worn of liirnel, -mid they haw niid tixtk, ttch 
ttum hia owa utaff. 

>^ And Yftfawch aftid onto M»«h— 

Put bndc the md nf Aonm. liefun* th*- icxii- 
mouy, to Ik kept a» a lUfrn unto Much im lire 
Venrene,^ — that tbim mayi»t bring to uii 
end their imimiuriuin* atr&iniit' mo, tliat 
tbey diti nut. 
u Thus did .MuitM»— <w Yahwi!>h ooinintuid«rd 

him> I w> did he. 
** Then «|wJce the lona of lamel uutu Moaw. 
Ijd ! we have breathed our last— we are liK^t. 
we «re ,mUi| li«t : '^ Iwbotwjever draweih 
near— di»w(^th ncAr^uiito the hahttAtion of 
Yahwchiidictji,— awi we ever to have miuie 
•n end of breatiiinK our l«/>t ? 

<20. PmvUion for PrtrtU ttnti LcPitei. 

18 < And Yahweh dald unto A»ron.^ 

ilThou, and thy «oni», and the hotise of thy 
father with thet<|i* ^hall Immt tlie iniquity of 
tJitf ft&uctuar>',— aiid tlxm, nml thy tiona 
with thee 1 slinll buar th<^ iniquity of your 
priesthood. '^Thfrefon-alMi < thy brethren 
of the tribe of Levi, the su-m of thy 
father > briug thnu near with thiv, and 
let Uicni be joined ' unto thw?, and I*-t 
thi!m wait »]>« tbw, — i Ijutfa on tliix- nnd 
ou ihy lOiio with thee i,- beforu tht; t«nt of 
the t«Htiutnny.' » So shall ilicy kut-p thy 
diartr*. and tiw oharK^* of all tli« U:nt,— 

■ Same cod. '«. Saw., 8ep., 
aiMl Vut. h»v*: "tb«»" 
— <?ji. 

* lit. " •nn^ of prr\'erBe> 

> Mt ' " frma ntfniiift." 

* !t.B. : Tu Anr>ui. una; 

' Rttjv ref^mcur t/i thf 
LicnU-*. Note tbc (nnri' 
Ittnilal (luHalpliuti tluit 

foUom ut to tbs priext- 
'Cp. G*n. xxix. 84. 
Dy " nTd-piiiy-— 0.0. 

•■ Or. po»flWy. n» It.V. ; 
*• biit thiiu. »ml thy -orat 
witii ttu-c -hitll be before 
IV ffiit of the twU- 

ntily' <unto the ve«iel»* vS the tuuictuary. 
and unlj-i tb(» »lt»r> Rhall they not oomu 
nwir. le»t ihey die — iltnth they, and ye-l. 

* Sit Kliall they !» joined unto then, and idiall 
kH«{> the oliarge of thf tniit of mt^-ting. lUt 
to all the IaIkmHoiik work of tbe tnnt,— tint a 
Htmngfr . Hhall not ooint: nnar utito you, 

' Si> »itall yt> keep tht^ charyt- of tiM wuictiiary. 

iiiul tlitt charge iif the altar, — that there no 
luort-' tif wnilh af^ainut the Nuu.'t of iHni^l. 

* llli, tlwrtfore. lo : I have taken yoiir brethren 

the Levitav. out of the uiidot of the suns of 
Ikpu'I, — <uut*> you> lu ft pft' "M* th*>y 
(iriven. unto Yah wi«h, tu do thb lalMiriuus work 
of the luut of nicetintf. ~ But ilthou nnd 
thy vonii with thvei sh&U keoj' the charftc 
of yoiu pricAtlHxtd, an to every matter of the 
altar, and m to the intoriorof the veil, and 
^hall do the Inbonoun wort — <b« a U- 
IjoHuuK service of gifta> do I give 3ruur 
priesthood, And ,'.the iftrangfr who cometh 
near ahall Ije put K> dei\l\\. 

" And Yahwi'h M{uiUf unto Aanm, 

1 l!l^ (herefor^-, lo ! I Imvc ^ven unto th<«* the 
ctmrye of my henve^jffenngx, — «« Ut all the 
hallowed thin^ of the soiut of Ixrael — 
<unto thi<e> hAve I [^ven them, as |>er- 
taininfT to the anointing, and unto thy .aon«, 
for a i^tfttutc ogo-nbtdinff. ^ i;TliiMl! nhall be 
chine, out of the things mint holy, out of 
tho fire. — their every oblation to the extent 
of their iTvery roeaJ-offering. and ihi'ir every 
nin-beiirer. and their ovt-ry guilt-lMmrer 
wherewith they tnaku amendit*' »inta uiu, 
<mi»t lioly iinto thee> shall it I»e. and 
unco thy houk. "* <A» Airaethtng mime 
holv"^ *hall ye e*t it.— .jeveiy nmleil altall 
eftt it, <hoty> Ahall It he unto thee. 

« llThit 1. therofore. flh«.U tie thine - the heave- 
ofTering of their gift, even all the wave- 
offeringK of the •tr*n» nf Ltroel, < unto thee> 
have T piven them, and unto thy wjm' and 
unto thy daughtflm Hith thne. by n statute 
agc-ahiding,— every one thai i.>t dean in 
thy hfwise shall eat it, « c All the l«i:»t of 
oil, and all the Iwat of new-wine and nirn, — 
the firMfniitii thereof, which th(;y Khiill givo 
nnl<» Yiihweh> <UDto thee> have I itivvn 
thrni. " <The fitHtfniitH of oil that in in 
their huid, which Uiey Hhall bring in utito 
YahwL>h> < thine > Kliall it 1m?,— He very 
one that in clean in thy huuH*^ Hhall eat it : 

'* -^every devoted thing in lHnM«l> <thine>' 

shall it be: "^ <ovitry tiling thai is hom 
fiwtt' — of all Re«h that may Imi ofTonyj tint^i 
Yoltweh. among men nnd oniong l>euMtM> 
t'hflll l*e tiiine,— only' thou »liaU Ilrocleemb 
thf tirHtljom of men. and <the flmtbom of 
\woleAu lieu»tH> rthnlt tlion rodi«>m. 

'• And <»* to the rederaptiuu price therBuf> 
<froni a month oUI^ sbalt thou re<l(sem, by 
thine estimate. Hve nhekela of ailver. by 

•Or: "himiture." 
' Or ; " which tbvy give 

= Xn. : " every Uiiiv that 
buntteth iiiwn atiutrhe." 



NUMDEBS X\TII. 17—32; XIX. 1-10. 

the »heltcl of the MHtctuiinr, - <evreDtT 
germhfi> it »'. >' Ontjr' <a flntling ox or 
• flntling iiht>ep or a firstling go«t> ihalt 
thou nut rwteeni, ||h»llowed1 they are', — 
< their bl(K>d>" «halt thou diuih s^nst 
the fUtar. iwid <uf th*Mr f»t> nhalt thou 
niiike h [ittrfume, km Kltor-ilaine, f<tr % 
mtiKfjing oflmir onto Yahvreh ; ■* uid 
llthfir flwihli nhftU Iw thiwi,— <m the WMve- 
brvAHt nnd aM tht> ri|;ht 1i.>g> <thino> Hhall 
it he: 1* <*11 the h«iive-off*'rin|f!»'' of th« 
holy thingM, which th«* aonit of litrsel »hall 
h«ive up unto Yahwub> h«ve I given unto 
th(w. luid unto thy aam and unto thy 
duuRhtttnt wirh thee, by a Ktatute age- 
ahiding, — <ui Bgi>-abiding covuuaut of 
«Alt > it b'. Iiefore Y»hweh, for thee, and 
for thy Heed with thee. 

* Then aaici Yahweb unto Aanm: 

<tn their buid> thmi fdiivlt havt* no inhnrit- 
ancu, and no <a]lotte<i i>ortiuu> iJialt Ihnti 
have,iu their midict,— 1 1 1 am thine allottiid 
portion and thine inbentanoe. in the midtit 
of tha MRU of Israel. 3< And <unt«i 

tbttaansof Ijevi> lo ! I have given all the 
tenth in Isruil, for an inherit