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" Ethiopian rivers ; far to the east, if of the Tigris and the Euphrates. The one, or the other, they must denote ; but which, is uncertain — " My notion of the prophet's geographical language is, that it is the language of the Phenician voyagers of his... "
Biblical Criticism on the First Fourteen Historical Books of the Old ... - Page 129
by Samuel Horsley - 1820
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The Anti-Jacobin Review and Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volume 5

1800 - 604 pages
...coafts, the Phe^i rucian mariners would fpeak of every place which lay to the •weft of the mouth of the Nile, as beyond the Nile ; that is, in the...poetical language of the prophet, beyond the rivers of Cufh ; becaufe, keeping always along the coafts, they would pafs within fight of the mouth of the Nile...
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A General & Connected View of the Prophecies, Relative to the Conversion ...

George Stanley Faber - 1809 - 412 pages
...the Tigris and the Euphrates. The one, or the other, they must denote ; but which, is uncertain — " My notion of the prophet's geographical language is,...circumstance of being beyond the rivers of Cush was alike applicable to France, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Ireland, Denmark, in short any part of...
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A General and Connected View of the Prophecies: Relative to the Conversion ...

George Stanley Faber - 1809 - 412 pages
...the Tigris and the Euphrates. The one, or the other, they must denote ; but which, is uncertain — " My notion of the prophet's geographical language is,...circumstance of being beyond the rivers of Cush was alike applicable to France, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Ireland, Denmark, in short any part of...
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A Survey of the Holy Land: Its Geography, History, and Destiny

J. T. Bannister - 1844 - 652 pages
...the most distant voyages being made along the coasts, the Phoenician mariners would speak of even' place which lay to the west of the mouths of the Nile,...poetical language of the Prophet, beyond the rivers of Gush ; because, keeping always along the coast, they would pass within sight of the mouth of the Nile,...
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