1. His two horns are the two kingdoms of Media and
Persia. p. 113.
2. The pushings of the ram must denote, either the
conquests of Cyrus, or the conquests of Darius
Hystaspis. p. 115.
(1.) They cannot denote those of Darius Hystaspis.
(2.) Therefore they must denote those of Cyrus. p.
3. The settling of this point greatly affects the right cal-
culation of the 2300 prophetic days. p. 122.
II. The he-goat is the Grecian Empire. p. 124.
1. The single great horn is the dominant kingdom of
Macedon, from its rise under Caranus or Perdic-
cas, to the extinction of the royal family of Alexan-
der. p. 126,
2. The four conspicuous horns, which arose upon its
disruption, are the four Greek kingdoms founded
by the four principal captains of Alexander. p. 127.
(1.) Greece and Macedon. p. 127.
(2.) Thrace and Bithynia. p. 127.
(3) Syria, p. 127.
(4.) Egypt. p. 127.
3. The little horn of the he-goat is the spiritual king-
dom of Mohammedism. p. 128.
(1.) The little horn of the he-goat cannot be the same
Power as the little horn of the Roman beast.
(2.) Geographically, personally, and chronologically,
the little horn of the he-goat is determined to
be the spiritual kingdom of Mohammedism.
(3.) The prophetic characteristics of the little Mo-
hammedan horn. p. 146.
III. A discussion of the chronology of the vision. p. 163.
1. Respecting the entire length of the vision. p. 163.
(1.) The vision commences with the standing up of
the ram or with the rise of the Persian Empire.