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Page 61 - Thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and thy dominion endureth throughout all generations. The Lord upholdeth all that fall, and raiseth up all those that be bowed down.
Page 84 - Baalbek in the North, to Kadesh Barnea in the South, and shows nearly all that is known on the East of Jordan. The natural features of the Country stand out prominently, and show at a glance the relative proportions of the mountains, heights, valleys, plains, etc.
Page 12 - I would ask him, as a favour, to give us some account of the work which has been done during the past year.
Page 4 - Schools within the Sunday School Institute, the Sunday School Union, and the Wesleyan Sunday School Institute, will please observe that by a special Resolution of the Committee they...
Page 2 - Committee have found il necessary to arrange for the publication of the Researches in two volumes instead of one volume as originally intended. Vol. II, which is devoted to Palestine, is published in advance, for the reasons stated in the Prefatory Note. Vol. I, which treats of Jerusalem and its neighbourhood, is well forward, and, when ready, will be sent out to the first 250 subscribers free of any further charge. The edition is limited to 500 sets. The subscribers to the first edition (250 copies)...
Page 4 - Subscribers who do not receive the Quarterly Statement regularly are asked to send a note to the Secretary. Great care is taken to forward each number to those who are entitled to receive it, but changes of address and other causes occasionally give rise to omissions. In the Quarterly Statement for January, JPr. Bliss's Eleventh Report was accidentally printed from an unrevised proof, and contains the following Errata : — Page 19, line 7 from top,/or " these" read
Page 7 - ANNUAL MEETING. THE Annual Meeting of the General Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund was held at the Offices, Hanover Square, on Tuesday afternoon, July 20th, 1897.
Page 84 - Subscriber* to the Fund, £10 10s.; to the Public, £13 13s. The Map measures 7 feet 6 inches by 4 feet, and is on view at the Office of the Fund, 24, Hanover Square, W.
Page 103 - The Committee will be glad to communicate with gentlemen willing to help the Fund as Honorary Secretaries. AGENTS. The following are the Agents authorised by Local Secretaries to receive, distribute, and sell the publications of the Fund : — ABERDEEN : Messrs. Wyllie and Sons.