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A MAP OF
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according to the
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TRIBES.
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TR of

TR of DAN
MRoad to Bethany

DAMASCUS
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ASER TR of NEPTHALI
GALILEE

Asor
Valley of Hinnom

o Kedar

Chorazin
M Carme
SaphLON

H. TR. of MANAS SEH
M Tabor

DECAPOLIS

Gamala
M.Gülboa

TR, of GAD
sichar or Samaria o Asero Enono

o Bethabara
SAMARIA

Β Α Τ Α Ν Ε Α
TR. of EPHRAIM

Ramoth
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MEphraim

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silo Antipatris Part of

Rabbath
o Bethel

Livias
Joppa

Ephraim o
Lydda o

Jericho

HESBON
TR. of DAN

TR. of REUBEN
TR of BENJAMIN
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Macharus
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JERUSALEM O
Bethpage

Herodium
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M.Ephrata

2. Herodium

Bethlehem
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DEAD
TR. of SIMEON

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Hebron
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ENGLISH HARMONY

OF

THE FOUR EVANGELISTS,

GENERALLY

DISPOSED AFTER THE MANNER OF THE GREEK

OF

WILLIAM NEWCOME,

ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH:

WITH A MAP OF PALESTINE, DIVIDED ACCORDING TO THE TWELVE TRIBES,

EXPLANATORY NOTES, AND INDEXES.

PHILADELPHIA :

PUBLISHED BY KIMBER AND CONRAD,

NO. 93, MARKET-STREET.

Brown & Merritt, Printers, No. 24, Church-alley,

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PREFATORY remarks on this publication are per. haps scarcely requisite. It may suffice to point out the utility of Harmonies in general, and to make a few addi. tional observations on this Harmony. Their uses are con siderable in various respects. By placing the narrations of similar circumstances, as related by the several Evangelists, in opposite columns, their deviations or additions are more readily observed, and more easily compared. Thus arranged, obscure passages are frequently illustrated by the suggestion of a seemingly indifferent circumstance, and the de. ficiencies of one Evangelist are supplied by the more ample detail of another : by which means a full and connected history of our Saviour is framed; and the distinct phrase. ology and idiom of each of these sacred writers is more conspicuously displayed. It may also thus be observed, that John's gospel, as appears from his numerous additions and omissions, was intended as a sequel to the others and written after them; and that Mark, as is proved by his insertion of new matter, did not merely epitomise the gos. pel of Matthew.

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