II. National, regular, Weekly, Monthly, and Annual
III. UNBLOODY OFFERINGS
SACRED ANTIQUITIES OF THE JEWS, AND OF OTHER NATIONS
V. Other Oblations made by the Jews.
INCIDENTALLY MENTIONED IN THE SCRIPTURES.
1. ORDINARY OBLATIONS:
(1.) The Show-Bread .
CHAPTER I. Of Sacred Places
2. VOLUNTARY OBLATIONS–Korban
Section I. Of the Tabernacle.
3. PRESCRIBED OBLATIONS :
I. Different Tabernacles in use among the Israelites
11. The Tabernacle so called by way of eminence, not
: 120, 121
VI. Fitness and Utility of the Jewish Sacrifices
of Egyptian Origin.-Its Materials
III. Form and Construction of the Tabernacle. Its
CHAPTER IV. Sacred Times and Seasons, obscrved by
IV. Its Migrations
Section II. Of the Temple.
I. The SABBATH.
1. How observed
I. The Temple of Solomon .
2. Jewish Worship on that Day; particularly
II. The Second Temple
their Manner of worshippi in the Temple
Its various Courts
II. New MOONS
Reverence of the Jews for it
III. Annual Festivals.-Their important Design
III. Notice of the Temples at Heliopolis and Gerizim 101
IV. The PassoveR; when celebrated, and with what
Section III. On the High Places, and Proseuchæ or
Its Mystical or Typical Reference:
V. The Day of PENTECOST
Oratories of the Jews.
VI. The Feast of TABERNACLES
VII. Other Annual Festivals, viz.
I. On the High Places
1. The Feast of TRUMPETS
II. On the Proseuchæ or Oratories
2. The Day of EXPIATION
VIII. Annual Festivals instituted by the Jews in later
Suction IV. On the Synagogues.
1. The Feast of PURIM
I. Nature and Origin of Synagogues
2. The Feast of DEDICATION
The Synagogue of the Libertines explained
IX. Other Festivals observed at stated intervals :-
II. Form of the Synagogues .
1. The SABBATICAL YEAR
III. The Officers or Ministers
2. The Year of JUBILEE .
IV. The Service performed in the Synagogues
V. Ecclesiastical Power of the Synagogues
VI. The Shemoneh Ezreh, or Nineteen Prayers used
CHAPTER V. Sacred Obligations and Duties.
in the Synagogue Service
Section 1. Of Vows.
CHAPTER II. Sacred Persons,
I. Nature of Vows
. Requisites essential to the validity of a Vow
SECTION I. On the Jewish Church and its Members.
III. Different Sorts of Vows:-
1. The Cherem or irremissible Vow
1. The whole Nation accounted holy
2. Other Vows that might be redeemed :-
II. Members of the Jewish Church.-Hebrews of the
i. Vows of Dedication
ii. Vows of Self-Interdiction, or Absti.
nence. Of the Nazareate
IV. Jews of the Dispersion
Section II. On the Prayers and Fasts of the Jews.
VII. Devout Men
I. Various Appellations given to Prayers
II. Public Prayers
III. Private Prayers.-Attitudes of the Jews during
Section II. On the Ministers of the Temple and
other Ecclesiastical or Sacred Persona.
IV. Forms of Prayer in use among the Jews
V. Fasts of the Jews :-
I. Of the Levites .
1. Public Fasts
II. The Priests, their Functions, Maintenance, and
2. Private Fasts
3. Solemnities of the Jewish Fasts
IN. The High-priest, his Functions, Dress, and Pri-
Succession to the Pontifical Dignity
113, 114 Section III. On the Purifications of the Jews.
IV. Officers of the Synagogue
V. The Nazarites; Nature of their Vows
I. Materials with which the Purifications of the Jews
VI. The Rechabites
VII. The Prophets.
II. Ceremonies of Purification
III. Of the Persons lustrated
IV. Account of the different kinds of legal Impurities,
Chapter III. Sacred Things.—On the Sacrifices and
other Offerings of the Jews.
1. The Leprosy of the Person
2. The Leprosy of Clothes
General Classification of Sacrifices and Offerings .
3. The House-Leprosy,
I. Bloody Offerings, and the Divine Origin of
V. Minor legal Impurities and their Lustrations
1. Different kinds of Victims
ib. Chapter VI. On the Corruptions of Religion by the
2. Selection of Victims
3. Manner of presenting them
4. Immolation of the Sacrifice .
5. The Place and Time appointed for Sacri-
117, 118 Section I. On the Idolatry of the Jews.
6. Different kinds of Fire Sacrifices
118 I. Origin and Progress of Pagan Idolatry
Sketch of its History and Progress among the
Israelites and Jews
II. Idols worshipped by the Israelites alone
III. Idols of the Ammonites, worshipped by the Israel.