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Bible, Esgécule, bizt'em,
ANNOTATIONS AND REFLECTIONS,
TO FACILITATE THE STUDY
By MRS. TRIMMER.
PAINTED FOR J. JOHNSON, F. AND C. RIVINGTON, ST.
C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S
TO VOL. III.
SECT. I. David's power increases: Joab kills Abner. David
page 1 Sect, II. Ish-bosheth is slain by Baanah and Rechab. David revengeth his death.
6 Sect. III. David is anointed king over all Israel. Public re
Sect. IV. David takes Zion. Makes an alliance with Hiram
king of Tyre.
Sect. V. David defeats the Philistines at Baal Perazim. A
memorable instance of self-denial.
Sect. VI. David again defeats the Philistines.
great rejoicings. Uzza struck dead for touching it, The
Sect. VIII. The ark carried by the priests and Levites to Jeru-
commanded of God to forbid David's hnilding the house.
monites. They are ill-treated. A war ensues. Great
Sect. XVI. Absalom, one of David's' sons, kills his brother
Amnon. He flees from David. Joab at length prevails
Sect. XIX. Ziba the servant of Mephibosheth, by deceit obtains
the inheritance of his master. Shimei curses David.
Sect. XXVIII. David makes preparations towards building the
temple. He instructs Solomon his son concerning it, and
gives a charge to the princes,