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Schools, Normal, and Teachers Sem- trine of the damnation of infants
inaries 90, Demanded by the in- considered 59. Rejected 60. The
tures to Young Men, noticed 493.
mal schools and teachers' sems. 90.
ductory remarks by the editor 261.
Order of tradition 262. The Mish-
ish schools in Palestine 268. Hil-
law 271. Rabbinism fully devel-
oped 275 The Mishna ihe ral-
binical sbhools in Babylonia 281.
in debate stated 27. Have infants Contents of the Babylonian Tal-
and תירוש Hebrew words
tional regard to the opinions of
Wine and Strong Drink, which when
taken in excess produces intonacatan.
Is it morally wrong to drink then
The Scriptures condemn
drunkenness 409. Several passages
examined 410. The strong drink of
the Scriptures, not distilled spirits,
but wine 416. Wine abundant in
Palestine 417. Wine used at feasts,
418, spoken of as a blessing, etc.
419. Jesus drank wine 420, The
plained 421. Note by the editor 423.
all drinks that may intoricate 424.
Note by the editor 424. Remarks
on the principles of expediency 425.
Object of Temperance Societies
427. The old pledge and the re3-
sons for it 428. The tee-total
to the New England fathers 379. pledge 429. Its reasons stated.
Note by the editor 430. Replies to
Writing the origin of, in Greece and
Egypt 71. Early use of letters in
cian coins 77. Use of letters in
ters in Egypt 86. An ancient roll
of papyrus 86. Inscriptions on
monuments 87. The testimony of
for "marshalls," read marshals.
5th. line, for "interest," read interests.