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XXXI. St. Paul is accused of Sedition before Fe-Acts xxiv.1-21. Cesarea.
lix, the Governor of Judea. XXXII. After many Conferences with Felix, St. Acts xxiv. 22,
Paul is continued in Prison till the ar to the end.
rival of Porcius Festus. XXXIII. Trial of St. Paul before Festus—He ap- Acts xxv. 1-12.
peals to the Emperor. XXXIV. Curious Account given to Agrippa by Fes-Acts xxv. 13
tus, of the Accusation against St. Paul. 22.
and Agrippa— Their Conduct on that to the end,
and ch. xxvi. XXXVI. St. Paul being surrendered as a Prisoner Acts xxvii. 1.
to the Centurion, is prevented from
St. Paul commences his Voyage to Rome, as a Prisoner.
1. St. Paul commences his Voyage to Rome, Acts xxvii. 2. Cesarea.
as a Prisoner. II. The Ship arrives at Sidon, from whence it Acts xxvii. 3, 4.
proceeds to Cyprus. III. After changing their Ship at Tyre, they Acts xxvii. 5-8.
proceed to Cnidus, Salmone in Crete,
and the City of Lasea. IV. St. Paul warns the Master of the ship of Acts xxvii. 9
the Danger they were in—They at- 13.
tempt to reach Phenice in Crete. V. |The Ship is wrecked, but the Lives of all Acts xxvii. 14,
on Board are saved, as St. Paul had to the end.
foretold. VI. They land on the Island of Melita. Acts xxvüi. 1
VII. After three Months they sail to Rome. Acts xxviii. 11,
to part of ver.
14. VIII. St. Paul arrives at Rome, and is kindly Acts xxviii. part Rome. received by the Brethren.
of ver. 14 to
17. IX. St. Paul summons the Jews at Rome, to Acts xxviii. 17
explain to them the causes of his Impri- 30.
sians, to establish them in the Christian the Ephesians.
XI. St. Paul writes his Epistle to the Philip-The Epistle to Rome.
pians, to comfort them under the con- the Philippi-
to introduce themselves among them..
sians, in reply to the Message by Epa- the Colossians.
Philemon, to intercede with him in fa- Philemon.
Christians in general, to caution them St. James.
enforce various Duties.
at Rome, the Jews not daring to prose- 31.
CHAPTER XV. From the Commencement of the fifth and last Journey of St. Paul, to the Com
pletion of the Canon of the whole Scriptures-With a brief Survey of the His-
thy, writes the Key to the Old Testa- the Hebrews.
of the Mosaic Institution.
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IV. From Jerusalem to Antioch in Syria.
general Persecution by Nero.'
approach of Death, writes his second Epistle to Ti-
Persecution, and Dissension.
Jews, who, in the Time of Persecution, tle of St. Pe-
proaching Martyrdom, writes to the Epistle of St. Rome.
Christian Church against the danger- Jude. Syria.
in the Year A.D. 96,) to supply the Revelations.
XIX. St. John writes his Epistles, to confute the The Epistles of Asia Minor.
Errors of the false Teachers, and their St. John,
Testament, and completes the Canon of
Request of the Church at Ephesus.
the Stations of the Sanhedrim, and its
INDEX THE SECOND.
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