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OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS,
TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES;
AND WITH THE
FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED.
THE REFERENCES AND MARGINAL READINGS
WITH NUMEROUS ADDITIONS FROM
BAGSTER'S COMPREHENSIVE BIBLE.
THE NAMESE AND ORDER
OF ALL THE BOOKS OF THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS
TABLES OF JEWISH MONEYS, WEIGHTS, AND MEASURES.
MEASURES OF LENGTH.
paces. . tr.
gails. ges. pts. A Digit (or finger) nearly. A Shekel of Silver
050 A Log (1-72d of an ephah) about . 0 0 0 A Palm, or Hand's breadth • . 0 0 31 Ditto of Gold An Omer (1.10 ditto).
A Span (three palms) nearly A Drachm (silver) 18A Cab (1-19 ditto) .
A Sacred ditto A Dekah, Didrachma, or Half-shekel 24 A Hin (1-6th ditto) .
A Common Cubit A Gerah (1-20th of ditto) about 2 A Seah (1-3d ditto) .
A Fathom .
0 7 31 A Maneh, or Mina (50 shekels) . 25 43 An Ephah, or Bath
0 5 0 A Talent of Silver 1,519 82 An Homer (Chomah), or Cor
A Furlong, or Stadium Ditto of Gold,
. . . 23,3090 " Carefully distinguish between an Omer and A Sabbath Day's Journey, about an English mile. *, Silver is here reckoned at $1.12, and Gold at a Homer, which contains 100 Omers. $17.75, per ounce.
MENTIONED IN THE NEW TESTAMENT.
pks gals. pts.
Reduced to Dollars and Cenis,
D. C A Gerah , 12 JA Seal
1 A Mite, about equal, in our money, to . A Shekel (20 geraha) 0 An Ephah.
3 A Farthing (two milos) A Maneh (60 prkels) OA Letech, or H Calc-homer
0 A Penny (denarius) . A Talent (50 manehs) . O A Homer, or Cor
1 A Pound (mina)
Entered, according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1833, by JAMES Conner and William R. Cooke, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York.
STEREOTYPED BY CONNER & Cooke.