|Introduction by Jerald and Sandra Tanner|
|Title Page, District of Vermont statement, Recommendations Addition for|
|the Second Edition, and Authors & Authorities Adduced.|
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|THE DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM||13|
|Description of Jerusalem,||15|
|of the Temple,-||16|
|Christ fortells its destruction,||18|
|Various signs of the event,||19|
|Seven striking portents of it,||23|
|Causes of the war,||26|
|Factions of the Jews,||28|
|The Roman army approaching,||29|
|Some prophecies have a primary, and an ultimate fulfilment, -||43|
THE CERTAIN RESTORATION OF JUDAH AND ISRAEL, 47 The expulsion of the ten tribes, ib. Arguments in favour of a literal restoration. 1. The distinct existence of the Jews, 49 2. Their past partial, and short possession of Canaan, ib. 3. Express predictions of the event, 51 4. A mystical import given to these predictions inadmissible, 64 5. Their expulsion was literal; hence their restoration may be expected to be literal, 65
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THE PRESENT STATE OF THE JEWS, AND OF ISRAEL State of the Jews, 67 State of Israel, 69 Preliminary Remarks. 1. Israel as well as Judah are to be recovered, 70 2. Hence they are now in existence, but in an outcast state, 73 3. The last account of them, 74 4. Suppositions concerning them, 75 5. These suppositions true, 79 6. A prophecy in Amos viii. 11, 12, relative to a famine of the word in Israel, 81 Characters and writings of James Adair, Esq. 84 Commencements of arguments in faviour of the natives of America being the descendants of Israel, 85 1. These natives all appear to have one origin, ib. 2. Their language appears to have been Hebrew, 89 Table of words, 90 3. The Indians have had their ark of the covenant, 95 4. They have had circumcision, 96 5. They generally have acknowledged one and only one God, 98 6. Testimony of William Penn, 107 7. Their superior tribe, 108 8. Several prophetic traits of character, 109 9. Their being in tribes with heads of tribes, 111 10. Their having an imitation of the cities of refuge, 112 11. Various other traditions and arguments, 113 Where they came to this country, ib. Promiscuous testimonies from page 114 to 225; a few only of which shall be here noted. Notice of some objections from page 168 to 173, also in the Appendix. Good original characters of the natives, 132-139,
Natives of New Spain, 177-178 Indian Pyramids, 179, 202 American High Places like those of ancient Israel, 200 Pyramid of Cholula, 179, 203 Traditions of an ancient celebrated character, probably Moses, 180, 204 Traditions of a Trinity in Unity in God, 210 Phylacteries, or ancient Hebrew writings, found on Indian Hill, in Pittsfield, 217
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AN ADDRESS OF THE PROPHET ISAIAH, RELATIVE TO THE RESTORATION OF HIS PEOPLE 227 Preliminary Remarks, 228 Exposition of Isaiah xviii 239
CONCLUSION, 253 APPENDIX, (Objections answered,) 271
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