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" And the house, when it was in building, was built of stone made ready before it was brought thither: so that there was neither hammer nor ax nor any tool of iron heard in the house, while it was in building. "
Deism refuted: or, The truth of Christianity demonstrated, by infallible ... - Page 82
by Charles Leslie - 1755 - 108 pages
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The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New:, Volume 1

1705 - 522 pages
...done, made ready before it was brought thither : fo that there was reicher hammer, norax, nor ay tool of iron heard in the houfe, while it was in building. 8 The door for the middle chamber fta> in the right fide of rlie houfe : and they went up with winding...
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An abstract of the historical part of the Old Testament [by E ..., Volume 1

Edward Harley - 1735 - 764 pages
...the Houfe when it was in building, was built of Stone, made ready before it was brought thither: fo that there was neither Hammer, nor Ax, nor any Tool...Iron heard in the Houfe while it was in building. 8 The Door for the middle Chamber was in the Right fide of the Houfe: and they went up with winding...
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Remarks Upon Milton's Paradise Lost: Historical, Geographical, Philological ...

William Massey - 1761 - 318 pages
...: Others relate, that it was this Afmodcus who taught Solomon the Secret of building the Temple, fo that there was neither Hammer, nor Ax, nor any Tool of Iron beard in t&eHoufe, while it was building, as it is reK 2 corded L cnrJed in I Kings, C. vi. 7. The...
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The Gospel of the Daily-Service of the Law, Preached to the Jew and Gentile ...

Richard Clarke - Jews - 1767 - 444 pages
...; and as the Temple of Solomon was afterwards built, fo that there was neither (p) Hammer, nor Axe, nor any 'Tool of Iron heard in the Houfe, while it was building. As I have now finifhed the Explanation < of the three firfl Branches of the daily Service,...
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Archaeologia: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts, Relating to Antiquity.., Volume 4

Society of Antiquaries of London - Archaeology - 1786 - 504 pages
...likewife the cedar, which was the timber made ufe of in it ; fo that there <was neither hammer, nor axe, nor any tool of iron, heard in the houfe while it was in building [/"]. The materials of all the various parts, rooms, and divifions, of [c] Particularly Ezek. xl. et...
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Solomon's Temple Spiritualized: Or, Gospel-light Fetched Out of the Temple ...

John Bunyan - Typology (Theology) - 1786 - 158 pages
...fit for that work, even before they were brought to the place 'where the houfe (hould be fet up : " So that there was neither hammer nor ax, nor any tool of iron was heard in the houfe while it was building." i Kings vi. 7. And this (hews, as was faid before, that...
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Insecto-theology: Or, a Demonstration of the Being and Perfections of God ...

Friedrich Christian Lesser - Botany, Economic - 1799 - 468 pages
...built of (lone, " made ready before it was brought thither ; fo that •* there was neither hammer >RC: ax, nor any tool of ^ iron heard in the houfe, while it was in building." The Jews, to explain this pafl~age, have no hefitation in faying, that the workmen employed a worm...
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The Scholar Armed Against the Errors of the Time, Or, A Collection ..., Volume 1

Christianity - 1800 - 530 pages
...the houfe when it was building, was built of ftone " made ready before it was brought thither : fo that there was " neither hammer nor ax, nor any tool...be built, not only in peace, but without noife or confufion, as Ifaiah prophefied of him, chap. xlii. 2. " He " (hall not cry, nor lift up, nor caufe...
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The Church of God: Or, Essays on Various Names and Titles: Given to the ...

Ambrose Serle - 1806 - 502 pages
...their respective places, before they were brought together; so that (according to the divine command) there was neither hammer, nor ax, nor any tool of iron, heard in the house, while it was building.* This was to denote, that all the spiritual building is fitted and prepared...
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Oxford prize poems, a collection of English poems

Oxford univ, prize poems - 1807 - 126 pages
...deep and loud, Beat o'er her foul the billows of the proud. " " There was neither hammer, nor axe, nor any tool of " iron, heard in the houfe while it was in building." i Kings v>• 7e " And when all the children of Krael faw how the fire " came down, and the glory of...
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