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Page 39 - these caused the children of Israel, through the 'counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD.
Page 20 - ... conduct itself, that the people may not find an interest in public confusions. They will always suffer much and long, before they are effectually roused ; nothing, therefore, can kindle the flame, but such oppressions of some classes or order in the society, as give able men the opportunity...
Page 39 - And they brought the captives, and the prey, and the spoil unto Moses and Eleazar the priest, and unto the congregation of the children of Israel, unto the camp at the plains of Moab, which are by Jordan near Jericho. 13 And Moses, and Eleazar the priest, and all the princes of the congregation, went forth to meet them without the camp. 14 And Moses was wroth with the officers of the host, with the captains over thousands, and captains over hundreds, which came from the battle.
Page 1 - Leipsig, and use his utmost efforts to gain possession of the place. In the event of the whole of the enemy's forces being carried against either of the armies, they were reciprocally to support each other, and concert further movements: that part of the enemy's force which for some time had been opposed to the prince royal of Sweden and general...