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PHILIPS' SCHOOL ATLAS OF

SCRIPTURE GEOGRAPHY.

By WILLIAM HUGHES, F.R.G.S.
Accompanied by a valuable Consulting Index.

CONTENTS.
1. The Nations of the Ancient World, and Settle- 7. The Kingdoms of Judah and Israel.
ment of the Descendants of Noah.

8. Assyria, and the adjacent lands illustrating 2. Armenia, with Assyria, Babylonia, Syria, the Captivities. &c., in the Patriarchal Ages.

9. Palestine in the Time of our Saviour. 3. Canaan in the Patriarchal Ages.

10. The City and Environs of Jerusalem. 4. The Sinai Peninsula and the Journeys of the 11. The Eastern Mediterranean, illustrating the Israelites.

Missionary Journeys and last Voyage of 5. Canaan as divided amongst the Tribes.

the Apostle Paul. 6. Dominions of David and Solomon.

12. Modern Palestine.

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PHILIPS' ATLAS OF THE
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By JOHN BARTHOLOMEW, F. R. G. S.
1. General Map, showing British Empire through. 8. West Australia.
out the World.

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Oceans. 4. India.

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13. Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland. 6. Smaller Settlements in Asia,-Aden; Hong- 14. British Columbia and Vancouver Island. Kong; &c.

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