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8. Seven priests, with geven trumpets

and all Israel following, surrounded Jericho seven days, and seven times on the seventh day; then they blew seven blasts

and the walls lay prostrate. 9. Naaman was ordered to dip seven

times in Jordan for his cure. 10. The seven great prophets of

Judah.

2 Kings, Chap. V. v. 10.

11. Seven last sayings of our

Saviour.

12. Seven hours of prayer. 13. Seven churches of Asia, with

their seven angels or bishops,

and the seven spirits of God. 14. Twice seven epistles of St. Paul. 15. The seven general epistles of the

New Testament.

I. Isaiah. II. Jeremiah. III. Eze

kiel. IV. Daniel. V. Haggai.

VI. Zechariah. VII. Malachi. I. Father, forgive them. II. This

day shalt thou be with me in paradise. III. Woman, behold thy Son! IV. Eli! Eli! V. I thirst, VI. It is finished. VII, Father, into thy hands. Psalm CXIX. v. 164. I. Ephesus. II. Smyrna.

III. Pergamos. IV. Thyatira. V. Sardis. VI. Philadelphia. VII.

Laodicea. See New Testament. Two of St. Peter. Three of St. John. One of St. James.

One of St. Jude.

Facts Ecclesiastical. 16. Seven penitential psalms. Psa. VI.; XXXII.; XXXVIII.;

LI.; CII. ; CXXX.; CXLIII.
17. Seven deacons first appointed. See Acts, Chap. VI.
18. Seven loaves fed 4000.

St. Matthew, Chap. XVI. v. 9, 10.
Five loaves and two fishes (seven

in all) fed 5000.
19. Seven corporal works of mercy. I. To feed the hungry.

II. Give drink to the thirsty. III. To har. bour the homeless. IV. To clothe the naked. V. To visit the sick, and those in prison. VI. To redeem the captives. VII. To bury the

dead.
20. Seven spiritual works of mercy. 1. To teach the ignorant. II. To cor.

rect the sinner. III. To counsel
the doubtful. IV. To comfort the
afflicted. V. To bear injuries pa-
tiently. VI. To pardon offences.

VII. To pray for our persecutors. 21. Seven deadly sins.

I. Pride. II. Covetousness. III.

Lust. IV. Gluttony. V. Anger.

VI. Envy. VII. Šloth.
22. Seven gifts of the Spirit. (See Confirmation service.) I. Wis-

dom. II. Understanding. III.
Counsel. IV. Fortitude. V.
Knowledge.
VI. Piety.

VII.

Fear of God.
23. Seven names of the Holy Land. I. Canaan. II. Palestine. III.

Promised Land. IV. Land of
Israel and Judah. V. Judæa.

VI. Holy Land. VII. Syria.
24. Seven times ten (or 70) souls See Exodus, Chap. I. v. 5; Chap.
came out of Egypt.

XXIV. v. 1; Numbers, Chap.
Seven times ten (or 70) elders XI. v. 24, 25.
composed the Jewish Sanhe.

drim.
25, Seven times ten (or 70) commis- St. Luke, Chap. X. v. 1.

sioned by our Lord to preach the

Gospel. 26. Seven times ten (or 70) weeks, Daniel, Chap. IX. v. 2, 24.

the famous prophecy of Daniel. 27. Seven times ten (or 70) years, Jeremiah, Chap. XXV. v. 11, 12.

the period of the Jewish cap

tivity. 28. Seven times ten (or 70) years,

Psalm XC. v. 10. the term of human life.

Facts General.

29. Seven kingdoms of the Saxon

Heptarchy

I. Kent. II. Sussex. III. Wessex.

IV. East Anglia. V. Essex.
VI. Mercia. VII. Northum-

bria.
I. Polar. IF. Frozen. III. Cold.

IV. Temperate. V. Warm, VI.
Tropical. VII. Equatorial.

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30. Seven great climates or regions

of the earth.

31. Seven fundamental sounds in I. Do. II. Re. III. Mi. IV. Fa. music.

V. Sol. VI. La. VII. Si.; or
I. C. II. D. III. E. IV. F.

V. G. VI. A. VII. B. 32. Seven prismatic colours. I. Red. II. Orange. III. Yellow.

IV. Green. V. Blue. VI. In

digo. VII. Violet. 33. The seven sciences.

1. Grammar. II. Rhetoric. III.

Logic. IV. Arithmetic. V. Ge. ometry. VI. Astronomy. VII.

Music. 34. Seven greater planets.

I. Mercury. II. Venus. II]. Earth.

IV. Mars. V. Jupiter. VI. Saturn. VII. Uranus, or Her.

schel. 35. Seven wonders of the world. 1. Pyramids of Egypt. II. Palace

of Cyrus. III. Tomb of Mausolus, King of Caria. IV. Statue of Jupiter at Olympia. V. Colos. sus of Rhodes. VI. Temple of Diana at Ephesus. VII. Walls and Hanging Gardens of Baby

lon. 36. Seven Kings of Rome.

I. Romulus. II. Numa Pompilius.

III. Tullus Hostilius. IV. Ano cus Martius. V. Lucius Tarquinius Priscus. VI. Servius Tul.

lius. VII. Tarquinius Superbus. 37. Seven wise men of Greece. I. Bias. II. Chilo. III. Cleobu

lus. IV. Periander. V. Pitta.

cus. VI. Solon. VII. Thales. 38. Seven hills of Rome.

1. Palatine. II. Capitoline. III.

Aventine. IV. Esquiline. V. Cæ-
lian. VI. Quirinal. VII. Vi.

minal.
Seven CONSISTS OP 3 AND 4; i. e, A 0.

Groups of Three. 1. The Ever Blessed Trinity. 2. Three orders of ministers (Jew. High Priest. Priests. Levites.

ish). 3. Three orders of ministers (Chris- Bishops. Priests. Deacons.

tian). 4. Three Great Jewish Feasts. Passover (in Spring). Pentecost (in

Summer). Tabernacles (in Au

tumn). 5. Three favoured Apostles. Peter. James. John, 6. Three Christian virtues.

1. Faith. II. Hope.

III. Cha

rity. 7. Three creeds of the Church. 1. Apostles'. II. Nicene. III.

Athanasian. 8. Three years—the term of our

Lord's ministry. 9. Three days was He in the heart

of the earth. 10. Three times was a voice heard

from heaven during His ministry.

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Grammar. 23. Three divisions of time.

Past. Present. Future. Three subdivisions of time. 24. Three degrees of comparison. Positive. Comparative. Superla

tive. 25. Three kinds of pronouns.

Personal. Relative. Adjective. 26 Three kinds of verbs,

Active. Passive. Neuter.

Regular. Irregular. Defective. 27. Three kinds of adverbs.

Of® Time. Place. Manner.

Heathen. 28. Three graces.

Aglaia. Euphrosyne. Thalia. 29. Three fates.

Clotho. Lachesis. Atropos. 30. Three furies.

Alecto. Megara. Tisiphone. 31. Three judges of hell.

Minos. Rhadamanthus. Æacus. 32. Three times three muses. 33. Three Punic wars. 34. Two triumvirates of three. 1. Julius Cæsar. Pompey. Crassus.

II. Octavius, Mark Antony. Lepi

dus. 35. Threefold division of the Old I. Law. II. Prophets. III. Psalms.

Testament. 36. Threefold division of the New I. Historical. II. Doctrinal. III. Testament.

Prophetical Books.

GROUPS or Fours,

1. Four rivers in Eden.

2. Four Gospels and Evangelists. 3. Four poetical books.

I. Pison. II. Gihon. Iff. Hidde

kel. IV. Euphrates.
I. Matthew. II. Mark. III. Luke.

IV. John.
I. Job. II. Psalms: III. Proverbs.

IV. Canticles.

4. Four greater prophets. 5. Four cardinal virtues.

6. Four last things.

I. Isaiah. II. Jeremiah. III. Ezea

kiel. IV. Daniel. I. Prudence. II. Temperance. III

Justice. IV. Fortitude,
1. Death. II. Judgment. III.

Heaven. IV. Heli.
East West. North, South.
Earth. Air. Fire. Water.

-7. Four cardinal points.
8. Four principal elements.
9. Four hills of Jerusalem.
10. Four seasons of the year,
11. Fourfundamental rules in Arith-

metic.
12. Four parts of grammar.
13. Four kinds of government of

Rome.

I. Spring. II. Summer. . III. Au

tumn. IV. Winter.
I. Addition. II. Subtraction. III.

Multiplication. IV. Division.
I. Orthography. II. Etymology.

III. Syntax. IV. Prosody.
I. Regal. II. Consular. III. Im-

perial. IV. Papal.

GROUPS of Twelves. 1. Twelve tribes of Israel.

6. Twelve legions of angels. 2. Twelve minor prophets.

7. Twelve months in the year. 3. Twice twelve courses of the 8. Twelve signs of the zodiac. priests.

9. Twelve labours of Hercules. 4. Twelve Apostles.

10. Twelve counties of Wales. 5. Twelve Cæsars.

GROUPS OF Five AND FORTY. 1. Five books of Moses called Pen- I. Genesis. II. Exodus. III. Letateuch.

viticus. IV. Numbers. V. Deu

teronomy.

2. Twice five plagues of Egypt.

II.

3. Five things holy among the

Jews.

4. Five cities and lords of the Phi

listines. 5. Five things in the first temple

wanting in the second.

I. Water turned into blood.

Frogs. III. Lice. IV. Flies. T.
Murrain of beasts. VI. Boils
and blains. VII. Hail. VIIT.
Locusts. IX. Darkness. Ꮧ.

Death of firstborn.
I. Holy persons. II. Holy places.

III. Holy things. IV. Holy times.

V. Holy actions.
I. Gaza. II. Gath. III. Ekron:

IV. Ashdod. V. Askelon.
I. Ark of covenant. II. Bath Col,
or voice from heaven.

III. Holy fire on the altar. IV. Urim and

Thummin. V. Gift of prophecy. 1. Jerusalem. II. Antioch. III.

Rome. IV. Constantinople. V.

Alexandria.
1. Babylonian or Assyrian. II.
I.
Medo-Persian.

I. Macedo-
Grecian. IV. Roman. V. Chris-

tian. I. Great Britain. II. France. III.

Austria. IV. Russia. V. Prussia. I, Europe. II. Asia. III. Africa.

IV. America. V. Australasia.

6. Five famous patriarchates in the

early Church.

7. Five great empires,

8. Five great powers of Europe.

9. Five great divisions of the world.

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