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they have not one Particular to instance in, that can amount to the least Proof of it.
the very Design of their own Law, and is agreeable
to all the Predictions of their Prophets.
18. Whereupon t certain Jews from Afia found me purified in the temple, neither with multitude, nor with tumult.
18. During twhich my Attendance in the Temple, with only four Men with me, that were under the same Wow of the Nazarite as I was, all of us performing our sacred Duty in a legal and peaceable Manner; some Asian jews raised the Multitude upon me, as a Profaner of the Temple. Which malicious and rash Suggestion, they grounded merely upon seeing me one Day walk along the Streets
3 with * Viz. In Macedonia and Achaia, Chap. xviii. 18. + Chap. xxi. f Ver. 18. Whereupon, in ois — during ochich Time, or
go to Rome to be tried, as he had appealed to Caesar. His Hearing before Agrippa.
1 . OW when
N Festus was come into the province, after three days he ascended from Caesarea to Jerusalem.
2. Then the high priest, and the chief of the Jews informed him against Paul, and be sought him.
3. And desired fa