The Universal Family Bible:
containing the sacred text of the Old and New Testament, with the Apocrypha, at large; explained and illustrated with copious notes and annotations ... being a complete treasury of divine revelation.
Dublin, Zachariah Jackson, 1793.
In this work are inserted, the most valuable collection of notes ever published, selected from the writings of such eminent divines, whose employment through life has been to unfold the word of God: among which are the following: Dr. Doddridge, Dr. Franklin [and others] and, as a farther illustration, will be given A general index, or concordance, clearly pointing out every material transaction recorded in the Sacred Writings. A chronological index of transactions from Adam to the time of Our Blessed Saviour. A geographical index of places mentioned in the Holy Scriptures. A full explanation of the proper names in the Scriptures, with their significations, &c. A brief account of the Apostles and their successors, who propagated the Christian religion, by presiding over the Apostolic churches of Antioch, Jeruselem, &c. By the late Rev. Benjamin Kennicott, D.D. ... and now considerable imporved by a clergyman of this kingdom. Embellished and enriched with upwards of fifty engravings, illustrating the various tranactions recorded in the Sacred Writings, from Genesis to the end of the Revelations.
Physical description: 2 v. in 1. plates, maps. 43 cm.
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