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CRITICAL STUDY AND KNOWLEDGE
BY THOMAS HARTWELL HORNE, M. A.
(of st. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,)
FROM THE FOURTH CORRECTED EDITION.
PUBLISHED BY E. LITTELL.
SOLD ALSO BY
WILDER & CAMPBELL, NEW-YORK; AND CUM"T
TIARD, & CO. BOSTON.
CHAPTER I. Historical Geography of the Holy Land.
the Israelites.-IV. Divisions by Joshua.-Allotments of the Twelve Tribes. -
Part II. POLITICAL ANTIQUITIES OF THE JEWS.
CHAPTER I. Different Forms of Government from the Patriarchal
Times to the Babylonian Captivity.
1. Patriarchal government.-II. Government under Moses-a theocracy; its na-
ture and design.-1. Notice of the heads or princes of tribes and families.-2.
Of the Jethronian Prefects or judges appointed by Moses.-3. Of the Senate,
or council of seventy assessors.–4. Scribes.—III. Governmont of the Judge
-IV. Regal government instituted ;-the functions and Privileges of the
Kings ;– Inauguration of the kings : -Scriptural Allusions to the courts of
sovereigns and princes explained.-V. Rovonnos of the kings of Israel.-VL.