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ave f drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornicaion, and the kings of the earth have committed formation with her, and the * merchants of the earth are 'axed rich through the * abundance COr, power"] of her elicacies. 4. And I heard another voice from heaven, lying, h Come out of her, my people, that ye be not makers of her fins, and that ye receive not of her ilagues: 5. For her sins have 1 reached unto heaven, nd God hath k remembred her iniquities. 6. 1 Reward er even as {he rewarded you, and double unto her dou!e according to her works: in the m cup which slie lath filled, fill to her double. 7. How much slie hath

glorified her self, and lived, deliriously, so much torient and sorrow give her: for slie faith in her hearts

sit a 0 queen, and am no widow, and shall see no sorow. 8. Therefore shall her plagues come p in one da

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3. f t Rev. 14. 8. See on Rev. do unto her.— t » Tim. 4. 14. j. j. Alexander the Copper-smith did 8 V Ver. 11,15. me much evil: the Lord reward

4. h t Isa- 48. %o. f Isa. ja, 11. him according to his Workt. Y Rev. Jer. 50. 8. t Jer- J'1, 6> See 513. 10. He that leadeth into CaptiniCor. 6. 17. vity, shall go into Captivity: He

5. ' Gen. 18. 30. The Lord said, that killttb with the Sword, must be lecjuse the Cry of Sodom and Go- killed with the Sword.—

lorrah is great, and because their m V Rev. 16. if. See on Rev. in is very grievous. '.' Jer. 51.1014- i°.

. We would have healed Baby- 7." V Etek.ll.ty6v Son of Man, but slie is not healed,— her fay unto the Prince of Tyrus, "dgment reachesh unto Heaven, and Thus faith the Lord God, Because lifted up even to the Skier. Jon. thine Heart it listed up, and thou

• i-Arise, go to Nineveh that 1 yhast said that lam God, I sit in '.Kit City, and cry against it; the Seat of God, in the midst of M their Wickedness is come up be- the Seas; yet thou art a Man and w me, not God, though thou set thine k t Rev. 16". 19. —Great Baby- Heart as the Heart of God,&c.

?n came in remembrance before JO 0 * Isa. 47. 7, 8, Thou saidst, I iod, to give unto her the Cup of shall be a Lady for ever: so that Wine of the Fierceness of his thou didst not lay these things to Vrath. thy Heart, neither didst remem

6- 1 t Psal. 137. 8. O Daughter ber the latter end of it. Therefore

* Babylon, who art to be destroy-J? hear now this, thou that art given »! happy shall he be that reward- to Pleasures, that dwellest careles:h thee as thou haft served us. ly, that sayst in thine Heart, I am, Jer. 50. ly, Jo. —Take Venge- and none else besides me, I stiall nce upon her [Babylon] as she nor Jit as a Widow, neither shall I "h dune, do unto her. — Recom-^oknow the Loss of Children.

enje her according to her Work j 8. > Y Ver. 10. Isa. 47. 9. hording to all that slie hath don*, These

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death, and mourning, and famine j and me mall be ut-. terry "♦'burnt with fire: for r strong is the Lord Goi who judgetrr her. $>. And the s kings of the earth, who •have committed fofffit'a'tibrt, aud Jived deliciousty with her, mall u bewail her, aiidf lament for her, when they shall fee the * smoke Of her burning, 10. Standing afo off, for the fear of her torment, laying, b Alasj alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city: for c in one hour is thy judgment come. 11. And the d merchants of the earth mail weep and'mourn over her, sot no man buyeth her' merchandise any more: 12. The « merchandise of gold, and silver, and' precious stones, and of pearls, and fine linen, and 'purple, and silk, and scarlet, and all* thyine T_Or, /iwrfrjwood, and all man. Vier vessels of ivory," and all manner 'vessels of most precious wood,, and of brass, and iron, and marble, 13, And cinnamon,' arid' Odoursj and ointments, and 'frankincenses and wine, and oyl, and fine flour, and wheat, and beasts, and -- slieep, pnd horses, and chariots, and * flava

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These two things shall come- to they shall take up a Lamentarioa thee in a Moment in one Day, the for thee, and say to rhee, How ait Loss of Children and Widowhood; thou destroyed that waft inhabited the^'-stiall come upon thee in their of Sea-faring Men, the renowned Perfection"," for the Mujtftude of S City which Wast strong in tot So, thy*Sorcerics.—«*' '' '*' • she and her Inhabitant!, which

i f Rev. i7y 16. 7 ..""' *: cause ttieir terror to be on allrfut

r Y'Jjer. jo.-^. Their Redeemer haunt ir. "t Rev. 17. 2. tV«.?. U strung,'the Lord,of Hosts is his u V Jer. jo. 46. At the Noise

Name,' he fha:ll throughly; plead10 of the taking cf Babylon the &n* their Cause, that he may^giv'e rest is moved, and the Cry is hurl* to the Land.' arid disquiet' the In;, mong the Nations. habitants ofBirbylon. V Rev. W. a \ Ver. 18. ".' Rev. 10/3. S«

17. WeL.gSve thee thanks, O Lord on Rev. 14. 1 r. God Almighty .which art, arid wast, '* 10, bt Isa. 21. 9. SeeonRfr and arc to'come; because shod f 4-8- j"~

hast taken to 'thee thy great ff'wcr, eV Ver. 8,17, 19.'

and hast reigned. - r '.'■ u. d f Ezek. 27.27, &'• Thy

9. s + Ezek. 26. 16, 17. Then Riches, and thy Fairs, thy Moall the Princes of the Sea shall come J0 clundise, thy Mariners, and thj down from their Thrones, and lay Pilots, thy Calkers, and the Oafr away their Robes, and put oft their ers of thy Merchandise, and all df broidered Garments: they, shall Men of War that are in thee; st» cloche themselves with trembling, fill into the midst of the Seas,/ they shall fit upon theGround, and25 the Day'of thy ruine, fye. '."V* shall tremble at every Moment, 3. and be astonished at the*. And 'i*.'*""? Rev. 17.4.

)r, bodies], and s souls of men. 14. And the fruits float y soul lusted after, are departed from, and all ings which were dainty and goodly, are departed from ee, and thou lhalt find them no more at all. 15. The merchants of these things which were made rich by ■r, fliall stand afar off, for the fear of her torment, ;eping, and wailing, 16. And saying, Alas, alas, that eat city, h that was clothed in fine linen, and purple, d scarlet, and decked with gold, and precious stones, d pearls: 17. For 'in one hour so great riches is me to nought. And k every ship-master, and all the mpany in ships, and sailers, and as many as trade by 1, stood afar off,: 18. And cried when they saw the smoke of her burning, saying, m What city is like uuthis great city? ip. And they n cast dust on their ;ads, and cried, weeping and wailing, faying, Ala's, alas, at great .city.,, wherein were made rich all that had ips in the sea, by reason of her costliness: for in 6ue >ur is she made desolate. 20. ° Rejoice over her, thou flven, and ye holy apostles and prophets, for God ith p avenged you on her. 21. And a mighty angel

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13. f "fEzek. 27. 13.Javan.Tu- m i"Rev. 13. 4. They Worsliip

I, and Mestiech, they were thy ped the Dragon which' gave Power

srchants: they traded the Per- unto the Beast: and "they wor

soiMtii, and Vessels of .Brass, shipped the Beast, saying, Who it

thy Market. 5 We Unto the Beast? who is able to

15. s Y Ver. 3, 11. make War with him?'

16. h t Rev. 17. 4. 19. n t losli. 7. 6. And Joshua

17. ' '.', 19. rent his Clothes, and fell to the k Isa. 23. 14. How], ye Ships oi Earth upon his Face before the irflufli: for your Strength is 10 Ask of the Lord, until the Even. d waste. | Ezek. 27. 19,30,31. tide, he and the Elders of Israel, 1 that handle the Oar, the Man- and put Dust upon their Head;. 2 ■r, and all the Pilots cf the Sea, Sam. 13. 19. And Tamar/>«f jfjher ill ccme down from their Ships, on her tiead, and rent her Garment ;y fliall stand upon the Land ; 150s diver's colours that was on her, d shall cause theirPiuVe to he heard and laid her Hand en her Head; ainstthee, and shall crj Utterly, and went on crying, f Job s 12. d shall cast up Dust upon their —They rent every one" hi'. *:~n:ads, they shall wallow them- tie, and sprinkled Dust upon their Head, ves in the Ashes. And they2otoward Heaven. V Ezek. 17.30, ill make themsc'ves utterly bald 31, Thd Words under ver. 17. "thee, and gird them with sack- 20. ° + Isa. 44; 23. j Isa. 49. 3th,and they shall weep for thee 13. t Jer. 51^ 48. See on Rev. ith iitternejs of Heart, and bitter 12. ,12.

"ling. 25 f Deut. 32 43. Rejoice, O ye

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took up a stone like a great milstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, * Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found Do more at all. 22. And the r voice of harpers, and musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters, shall be heard a more at all in thee; and 110 craftsman, of whatsoe'er craft he be, shall be found any more in thee; and the sound of a milstone shall be heard no more at all b thee $ 23. And the S light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee-, and the u voice of thebridegrooo and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy 1 merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy b sorceries were all nations deceived: i^j And in her was found the c blood of prophets, and saints, and of all that were stain upon the earth.


Nitions with his People; for he Thus faith the Lord of Hosts tie «vill avenge the Blood of his Servants, God of Israel, Behold, I willow and will render Vengeance to his Ad- to cease out of this Place in ywr versaries, and will be merciful un- Eyes, and in your Days, the to his Land, and to his People. S of Mirth, and the voice ofGk '.' Luk. 11. 49, 50. Therefore also the voice of the Bridegroom, and said the Wisdom of God, I will voice of the Bride, t]«• »}■ send them Prophets, and Apostles, Moreover, I will take from torn I and some of them they shall flay voice of Mirth, and rbe voice and persecute: that the Blood of 10 Gladness, the voice of the Briitall the Prophets, which was shed groom, and the voice of the Vi, from the Foundation of the World, the sound of the MiIston«i ,nl> may be required of this Generation, the Light of the Candle. Jer.35t Rev. 19. 2. [The Lord our God J 10, 11. Thus faith the Lord, Ahath avenged the Blood of his Srr-ijgain shall there be heard in ^'j vants at her Hands. Place,— The voice of >'

ai. q t Jer. 51. 63, 64. It shall the vtice of Gladness, thew:'« be when thou hast made an end of the Bridegroom, and the iw«of

reading this Book, that thou shalt Bride t Ezek. 16. 13. I'

bind a Stone to it, and cast it into 10 cause the Noise of thy Swgs tof^'i the midst of Euphrates. And thou and the found of thyH.»7; stiaJI bes shalt say, Thus shall Babylon fink, and no more heard, shall not rile from the Evil I will 13. * V Jer. 2c. 10. The Worn bring upon her.— under, ver. *».

«. 1 t Isa-14. 8. The Mirth of 15 11 7Jer,, i<J.o. -/Jer. aj. i« Tubrets ceaseth, the Noise of th'.m '."Jer. 33. 11. The Words am that rejoice endeth, the Joj of the ver. a a.! Barp ceaseth. t Jer. 7. 34. » t Isa. 13. 8. Who hath Then will I cause to cease from this counsel against Tyre,* the Cities of Judah, and fiom the3o crowning City, whose Mw*' Streets of Jerusalem, the Voice of are Princes, whose Traffi&tti «* Mirth, and the Voice of Gladness, the the Honourable of the Earth? Voice of the Bridegroom, and the b V a King. 9. Is. V )• Voice cf the Bride: for the Land 4. See on Rev. 17. 1. Ih-tll be desolate, t Jer. 16. 9 35 a>. c f Rev. 17. tf.


AND after these things I * heard a great voice of l\ much people in heaven, saying, Allejuiai, b Salvaon, and glory, and honour, and power unto the Lord urGod: 2. For c true and righteous are his judgments; )r he hath judged the great whore, which did corrupt be earth with her fornication, and hath d avenged the lood of his servants at her hand. 3. And again they lid, Alleluia. And her e smoke rose up for ever and eer. 4. And the f four and twenty elders, and the four easts fell down, and worshipped God that fat on the irone, saying, * Amen •, Alleluia. 5. And a voice ime out of "the throne, saying, b Praise our God, all t his servants, and ye that fear him, both 1 small and seat. 6. And I heard as it were the k voice of a great, ultitude, and as the voice of many waters, and as the «ce of mighty thundrings, saying, Alleluia: for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth. 7. Let us be glad and; 'Joyce, and give honour to him: for the m marriage

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J- * V Rev. 11. iy. The seventh ped the Lord with their Faces t®

ngel sounded, and there were the Ground. V Rev. 5. 14. Aai

w Prieet in Heaven.— the four Beasts said Amen.

ktRev. Is. 10. See on Rev. y. h Psal. 154- *• Bles' ye the

io. 5 Lord, all ye Servants of the Lord.—

*•c t Rev. 16. 7. See on Rev. Pfal. 135. 1. Praise ye the Lord.

!.}. praise ye the Name of the Lord,

i fDeut. 32.43. See on Rev. praise him, O ye Servants of the

L so. Lord.

3- e + Jsi. 34. ic. t Rev. 18.10 '"•■ Rev. 10. Is. See on Rev. iS- See on Rev. 14. 11. 11.18.

4- f See on Rev. 4. 4. 6. k V Ezek. t. 24. V Ezek. 4J. *'.' 1 Chron. 16. 36. Blessed be 2. '.' Rev. 14. a. See on Rev. : Uri Gtd of Israel for ever and 1. 1 y. • •

it: and all the People said ^-jy 1 Rev. 16.14. —To gather them

», and praised the Lord. V Neh. to the Battle of that great Day of

'3.1 (nook my Lap, and said, Gad Almighty. Rev. 11. 21.—The

God shake out every Man from Lord God Almighty, and the Lamb,

'House, and from his Labour, are the Temple of it. f Rev. 11. it performeth not this Promise : 20 15. t Rev. 12. 10. See on Rev.

And all the Congregation said, 7. 10.

»«, and praised the Ltrd. — 7. m Isa.cSr. 10. I will greatly

Neh. 8. 6. And Ezra blessed the rejoice in the Lord, my Soul shall

^ the great God: And all the be joyful in my God, for he hath ople answered, Amen, with list- 25 clothed me with the Garments o,f

! up their Hands: and they Salvation,- he hath covered me

*ed their Heads, and worship- with

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