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can by no computation be accommodated to the times, of Antiochus Epipbanes; p, 73, 74, 75. How they are to be computed •, p. 76, 77, 7K. Daniel's concern and affliction for his country, and this a farther argument thai: noc the calamities under Antiochus, but thole brought upon the slarion by the Romans were the subject of this prophecy; p. 78, 79, 80. From this and o'her examples it may be inferred, that the scriptures wili never abate but rather encourage our love for our country; p. 81, 82.
Daniel's Prophecy os the things noted in the . . scripture os truth.
IN TWO PARTS.
p. 83 151.
This latter prophecy a cqmment upon the former p. 83. Imparted to Daniel after fasting and prayer; p. 84. A prophecy for many days or years; p. 84, 85. Of the Persian empire; p. 85—89. The three first kings of Persia after Cyrus •, p. 86. The fourth far richer than all; p. 86, 87. His stirring up all against the realm ofGreciaj p. 87, 88. Why no more kings of Persia mentioned; p. 88, 89. A short sketch of Alexander's great dominion •, p. 89. His family soon extinct, and his kingdom divided
into four kingdoms;' p.- 89—.-92. Of these
p. 136, 131, 132. His liberality and profusion;
Prophecies and miracles continued longer in the