A COMMENTARY ON THE APOCALYPSE,
CRITICAL AND HISTORICAL; INCLUDING ALSO AN
EXAMINATION OF THE CHIEF PROPHECIES OF DANIEL
ILLUSTRATED BY AN APOCALYPTIC CHART, AND ENGRAVINGS
FROM MEDALS AND OTHER EXTANT MONUMENTS
CONTAINING, BESIDES OTHER MATTER,
A SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF APOCALYPTIC INTERPRETATION,
THE CHIEF APOCALYPTIC COUNTER-SCHEMES, AND INDICES.
BY THE REV. E. B. ELLIOT, A.M.
INCUMBENT OF ST. MARYS CHURCH, KEMPTOWN, BRIGHTON,
AND LATE FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
FIFTH EDITION, 1862
CAREFULLY REVISED, CORRECTED, ENLARGED, AND IMPROVED THROUGHOUT;
WITH ADDITIONAL PLATES, AND A NEW PREFACE
SEELEY, JACKSON, AND HALLIDAY, 54, FLEET STREET,
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TO VOL. IV.
(NOTE from webmaster: I have slightly altered the construction of this Table of Contents for use on the Internet. -J.L. Haynes, Historicism.com)
III. THE MILLENNIUM.
§ 1. FROM 1789 TO 1820.
§ 2. FROM 1820 TO 1862; AND CONCLUSION.
PLATES TO VOL. IV.
XXXVII. IMPERIAL ROME SEATED ON THE SEVEN HILLS,
HOLDING A SWORD; AND PAPAL ROME SEATED,
HOLDING OUT THE CUP OF HER APOSTASY. .
XXXVII. DIAGRAM SHOWING THE CONVERGENCY OF THE
PRESENT ÆRA OF THE CHIEF PROPHETIC PERIODS.
ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA TO VOL. IV.
[Editor: The page-numbers of the original manuscript (do not) relate to the copy I received, consequently, the page numbers of the Addenda and Corrigenda to Vol. IV cannot be ascertained!]
Page 15, line 1; for as read as to
- 16, Note N 146; add:--
If the superior evidence of MSS. in favor of the reading of epi (in Apoc. xvii 16)
be deemed by any one too strong to be set aside, there will be found that which
sufficiently answers to the prophetic statement in the fact of the continuous
destruction, on a large scale, age after age, of the temples and other chief
monuments of heathen Rome by successive Popes (toqhrion), in and after the
6th century, as fully described by Gregorovius in his lately published History of
Page 35, Note 340 ; read sjrmj
45, line 23 from botton; read aliene from
83, last line but one of text; for broke read spoke
99; Plate 29 is transferred, so as to front this page, from Vol. III., p. 184, as the more suitable for it; though referred to in either place. Note 1, line 1; read on the verb rkg (Piel rkp)
143 Note 3; read Dan. vii. 9, 10, 22.
198 Note *; read mesov.
230, line 8 from bottom; for to read too.
252, line 12; for ) read (
258, last line; for 75 read 275.
266, Note **; for 3d and 4th read later.
321, Note 6; add on Amos iii. 3.
328, Note 1, line 7; read later.
332, line 12; for inexplicable read explicable.
350, Note 2; read terrae ventos.
395, Note 7; read confota; and for 357 read 359. Note 11; read 272, 399
398, Note 4; Note 4; read daemonas
403, line 12; read Babylon (or Roman power)
420, Note, 1, line 3 from bottom; read i. 232.
421, The Tabular Scheme should have faced inwards.
492, lines 4, 5; transpose as a book of so as to precede new.
497, Note 2, line 1; for extract read anecdote; line 6, read was soon after.
531, to 563; In headings to pages, transpose § 1, or § 2, so as to follow Par. vii.
562, Note 1, line 1; read review of Desprez.
563, line 8; read also by.
578, Note 3; for this read his.
636, Note 1; read 622; and Note *, 609-611.
642, dele footnote*.
650, Note 1; read, See Vol. III., 503-516; and add, See the addendum for p. 32 in the Table of Addenda and Corrigenda prefixed to his Volume.
657, Note 1; read 624, 625; and Note *, 628.
662, Note 2; for 612 read 655.
678, line 15, dele the first that.
679, line 14; for these Lectures read this Book; and Note 1, for 679 read 678.
681, line 12; dele seven Epistles; line 24, read The seven Seals contain; line 25, read and the seven Trumpets of the
700, Note *; read about Premillennarians like my self, p. 696.
703, last line but one; Note 2.
714, Note 5; read Bell. Jud.; and Note 7, Pererebnerat