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" By these were the isles of the Gentiles divided in their lands; every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations. "
An universal history, from the earliest accounts to the present time - Page 131
by Universal history - 1779
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 4

1749
...their authority, are generally rejefted, and the bdl authors abide by thefcripture genealogy. And, ' By thefe were the « ifles of the Gentiles divided...after his tongue, ' after their families, in their na• tions. Gen. x. 2 — 5. Ham was certainly Noah's youngeft fon ; and very indifcreet, if not wickedly...
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An Enquiry Into the Foundation of the English Constitution: Or, An ...

Samuel Squire - 1753 - 427 pages
...very manner, according to Mofes, "were " the ifles of the Gentiles divided by the " fons of Japhet in their lands; every one " after his tongue, after their families in their " nations' 5 ."—But it is nowtime to proceed in the view, which I propofe to take, of the German, or Anglo-Saxon,...
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Remains of Japhet: Being Historical Enquiries Into the Affinity and Origin ...

1767 - 419 pages
...fogarmah ; and the fons of Javan, Elijha, and Tarjhijh, Kittin, and Dodanim. By thefe were the ijles of the gentiles divided in their lands: every one after his tongue, after their families, ira their nations. IT was hinted before, that the two brothers of Japhet, Shem and Ham, fent their...
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The history of Ireland: from the earliest authentic accounts, to ..., Volume 1

Ferdinando Warner - 1770
...than fuch a precipitate and confufed diffipation. For we are told with regard to the fons ofj APHET, the eldeft branch of NOAH'S pofterity, " that by thefe...his tongue, after their families in their nations." By the ifles of the Gentiles is underftood, among all the ancient writers, the iflands of Europe ;...
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The Nature and Institution of Government: Containing an Account of ..., Volume 1

William Smith (M.D.) - 1771
...appears plainly by the text: firft, after the enumeration of the fons of Japhet, the conclufion is, by in their lands, every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations. So it is faid, thefe ,are the fons of Ham : thefe are the fons of Shem, after their families, after...
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A general history of Ireland: from the earliet accounts to the ..., Volume 1

Sylvester O'Halloran - 1778
...is fupported. Mofes tells us, * that by the pofterity of Japhet, " the ifles of " the Gentiles WERE divided in their lands; every one AFTER " HIS ToNGUE, after their families, in their nations." Now all the interpreters are unanimous, that the ifles of the Gentiles mean thofe of Europe ; and to...
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Sketches of Hebrew and Egyptian antiquity, intended as an introduction to ...

1793
...Difperfiqn, in relating the generations of the fons fons of Noah, of the generations of Japhet it is faid, " by thefe were the ifles of the Gentiles divided in...every one after his tongue, after their families, and their nations". And after mentioning the generations of Ham and Shem, the words, after their tongues,...
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A Familiar Survey of the Christian Religion: And of History, as Connected ...

Thomas Gisborne - 1799 - 571 pages
...the ifles of the Gentiles" (many of the maritime countries wafhed by the Mediterranean fea) " were divided in their lands ; " every one after his tongue, after their *' families, in their nations (z)." The defcendants of Ham occupied, among other lands, Aflyria, Egypt, Paleftine, Chaldea, and part...
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and ..., Volume 11

1806
...that confusion was seventy: and they ground this notion on Gen. x. 5. " By thes • were the isles of the Gentiles divided in their lands; every one...his tongue, after their families, in their nations." This fancy prevails also among the Turks. In the articles of' capitula- . tion for Temeswaer, taken...
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A Familiar Survey of the Christian Religion: And of History, as Connected ...

Thomas Gisborne - 1801 - 542 pages
...the Gen*' tiles" (many of the maritime countries warned by the Mediterranean fea) " were di** vided in their lands ; every one after his " tongue, after their families, in their na" tions (£)." The defcendants of Ham occupied, among other lands, Aflyria, Egypt, Paleftine, and...
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