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An Archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D.

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J. Nichols [etc.] , London
Milles, Jeremiah, 1714-1784., Chatterton, Thomas, 1752-
Statementdean of Exeter, president of the Society of Antiquaries, and editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest. To which is annexed a glossary extracted from that of the learned dean.
ContributionsBaynes, John, 1758-1787, supposed author., Mason, William, 1725-1797, supposd author.
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LC ClassificationsPR3291.A1 A73
The Physical Object
Pagination18p.
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Open LibraryOL20425304M
LC Control Number47038535
OCLC/WorldCa4801265

An Archaeological Epistle To The Reverend And Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D. [FACSIMILE] Paperback – January 1, by supposed author Baynes, John, (Author)Author: supposed author Baynes, John, Full text of "An Archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D." See other formats ^34 a i r THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES FREDERIC THOMAS BLANCHARD ENDOWMENT FUND A N ARCHAEOLOGICAL EPISTLE TO THE REVEREND AND WORSHIPFUL JEREMIAH M I L L E S, D.

DEAN OF EXETER, PRESIDENT. An archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D. dean of Exeter, president of the Society of antiquaries, and editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest.: To which is prefixed, a glossary, extracted from that of the D.D.

book dean. By the author of the heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knt. An archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles: editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest.

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To which is annexed a glossary extracted from that of the learned dean. An archaeological epistle to the Reverend and worshipful Jeremiah Milles, d. Dean of Exeter, president of the Society of Sntiquaries, and editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest ; to which is annexed a glossary, extracted from that of the learned Dean.

The Old Testament book of Jeremiah is a powerful document in many records the ministry of a great prophet whose heart was broken by the rebellion of his people, the Hebrews (Jer. ).The book reveals his valiant attempt to bring these wicked Israelites to repentance, and finally, it contains the prophet’s warning of the judgment that was to be visited upon them (the Babylonian.

An archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D. Dean of Exeter, President of the Society of Antiquaries, and Editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest. To which is annexed a glossary, extracted from that of the learned Dean By William Mason Topics: Later Eighteenth Century poetry, Author: William Mason.

An Archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D., (London: J. Nichols [etc.], ), by William Mason, contrib. by John Baynes (page images at HathiTrust) Archaeological essays, (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, ), by James Young Simpson and John Stuart (page images at HathiTrust).

An Archaeological Epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D. Dean of Exeter, President of the Society of Antiquaries, and Editor of a Superb. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D. London, J.

Nichols [etc.] (Jeremiah ) As the biblical story goes, the victorious Babylonian king departed the city with numerous Jewish captives.

Desiring to spare the prophet Jeremiah, he ordered Nebo-Sarsekim to look after him: "Take him, and look well to him, and do him no harm; but do unto him even as he shall say unto thee." (Jeremiah ).

MILLES, JEREMIAH (–), antiquary, said to have been born at Duloe, Cornwall, inwas son of the Rev. Jeremiah Milles, forty-two years vicar of Duloe [see under Milles, Isaac], but the entry of Milles's baptism does not appear in Duloe parish registers.

Again, Hengstenberg and his school try to prove that the Book of Daniel existed before the Maccabean age, because Josephus says that the high priest Jaddua showed to Alexander the Great, in the year b.c. the prophecy of himself as the Grecian he-goat in the Book of Daniel; and that the leniency which Alexander showed towards the Jews was.

An archeological epistle to the reverend and worshipful Jeremiah Miles D.D. A copious collection of portions of the Psalms [with an essay by Mason]. The dean and the 'squire: a political eclogue dedicated to Jenyns.

Baynes, John, An Archeological Epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D. Dean of Exeter, President of the Society of Antiquaries, and Editor of a Superb Edition of the Poems of Thomas Rowley, Priest (London, ), Google ScholarAuthor: Nick Groom. Another seal mentions Neriah, he was the father of Jeremiah's scribe, Baruch, mentioned in Jeremiahas well as Seraiah who is mentioned in Jeremiah "The word which Jeremiah the prophet commanded Seraiah the son of Neriah, the son of Mahseiah, when he went to Zedekiah the king of Judah to Babylon in the fourth year of his Seraiah was the quartermaster.".

The great prophet Jeremiah lived during one of the most critical periods in Jewish history. He saw the destruction of Jerusalem and of the Beth Hamikdosh, after his warnings and prophecies fell on deaf the catastrophe came, he lamented the terrible fate of his people in the Book of Eichah (Lamentations) which we read on Tisha B' the same time he was a source of courage to his Author: Nissan Mindel.

The Book of Jeremiah is so filled with historical, biographical, and autobiographical material that his life can be synchronized with dates and known events to a degree unparalleled in the writings of other prophets. The world in Jeremiah's day was in commotion and Size: 11KB.

the author of the devastatingly clever Archaeological Epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles was not John Baynes, who even disclaimed it, but William Mason.

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may find in Jeremiah's poetry traces of a closer sympathy with the life of nature than in any other prophet." 9 An investigation of the nature metaphors and illustrations in the Book of Jeremiah tends to support this evaluation.

Animal allusions: Numerous allusions to animals are found in the Book of Size: KB. the unity of the fact the prophet lived in the 8th century makes it very hard for scholars to believe that he could have identified Cyrus the Persian by name since Cyrus did not come on the scene until years later.

These two men are mentioned together in the Bible as ministers of King Zedekiah (– B.C.E.). As the Babylonians closed in on Jerusalem during the last years of the First Temple period, Jeremiah, prophet to Judah’s last kings, advised Zedekiah and the people of the city to surrender to Nebuchadnezzar’s men so that their lives and city might be spared.

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