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ABIATHAR ABIGAIL ABISHAI ABNER Achish Ahimelech AHINOAM AMASA angels Anointed anon Aphek armour-bearer art thou Asmodai battle blest camp Carmel chief comes cursed curst devil didst DOEG Dost doth dream Edom Engedi Entering ephod Esdrelon ev'n evil faithful father fear fight gainst Gath Gibeah Gilboa glory God's Goes guard Ha-ha Hachilah hand Hark hath hear heart heathen heaven Hebrew hither holy is't Israel JONATHAN Keilah king Saul knave lady look lord David Maon MERODACH mighty Nabal ne'er noble o'er oh king old Samuel once outlaw peace Philistia poor pray prayer priest prithee runner Saul's Scene scouts servants shepherds sing sire Sisera sleep soldiers soul spirit sword tell thee there's thine thou art thou hast thou shalt thunder thy name traitor twas Twill warriour what's WITCH word yonder Zadok Ziklag Ziph ZIPHITE
Page 297 - The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, until Shiloh come.
Page 142 - I meet my sin Turn where I may ; and worst of all, Oh Lord, There hangs that cursed trophy over me, Like thine impending judgment! It brings back, In this sad hour, old Samuel's curse at Gilgal, And re-affirms that sentence. Oh, the lips, May not recall, that said it. Can it be, There now, is no...
Page 143 - I stand trembling, and do gnaw my tongue, (TO down, old sun—thou seest my decline As I see thine : but Oh, for me, to-morrow Comes never more, or only comes in clouds, And, like a star burnt out, I set forever.
Page v - The character of Saul appears to me, to combine those attributes in which the Tragic Muse has heretofore found her noblest material.
Arthur Coxe's "Saul, a Mystery," having been condemned in no measured terms by ... Entitled "Saul, a Mystery," Has recently been published by the Reverend ...