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XIX. St Paul proceeds to Cenchrea.
Acts xviii. part Cenchrea.
of ver. 18.
puted with the Jews.
The third Apostolical Journey of St. Paul.
I. St. Paul again leaves Antioch, to visit the Acts xviii. 23. (Antioch, 4765
ing to the Church at Corinth, planted to the end.
by St. Paul.
putes there with the Jews.
the people burn their magical books.
of ver. 22.
points of doctrine and discipline.
occasioned at that place by Demetrius. 22, to the end.
to direct him how to proceed in the sup- Timothy.
ed to preside.
Greece or Achaia, and continues there part of ver. 3. Achaia,
ception his first Epistle had met from Corinthians.
to Macedonia, sending his companions 3, to v. 6. Corinth,
XIII. St. Paul, in his way from Achaia to Ma- Epistle to the Corinth.
cedonia, writes from Corinth his Epistle Romans.
only way of salvation to all mankind.
Troas, where he raises Eutychus to
Acts xx. part of Chios.
ver. 15. Trogyllium.
Paul meets, and takes his farewell of ver. 15, to the
the Elders of the Church at Ephesus. end.
Vessel to Syria, and land in Tyre.
of Philip the Evangelist--Agabus pro-
lem, and present themselves to St.
James and the Church.
tain of the Temple, in consequence of a
Jews, who met St. Paul in the Temple.
the end, and
Gentiles, the Jews clamour for his
who are summoned by the Captain of and xxiii.1-10.
Conspiracy to kill St. Paul, he is re- to the end. Cesarea.
XXXI. St. Paul accused of Sedition before Fe-Acts xxit.1-21. Cesarea.
lix, the Governor of Judea.
Paul is continued in Prison till the ar to the end.
rival of Porcius Festus.
peals to the Emperor.
tus, of the Accusation against St. Paul. 22.
and Agrippa-Their Conduct on that to the end,
and ch. xxvi.
to the Centurion, is prevented from
St. Paul commences his Voyage to Rome, as a Prisoner.
1. St. Paul commences his Voyage to Rome, Acts xxvii. 2. Cesarea.
as a Prisoner.
proceeds to Cyprus.
proceed to Cnidus, Salmone in Crete,
and the City of Lasea.
the Danger they were in—They at- 13.
tempt to reach Phenice in Crete.
on Board are saved, as St. Paul had to the end.
to part of ver,
of ver. 14 to
explain to them the causes of his Impri- 30.
sians, to establish them in the Christian, the Ephesians.
and last Journey of St. Paul, to the Com-
thy, writes the Key to the Old Testa- the Hebrews.
of the Mosaic Institution.
Spain, Britain, and the Weste contingent 0 Britaio. to