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TO VOL. VI
SECT. I ECT.I. The malice of the Jews in consequence of the rising of Lazarus, and the determination of the San- hedrim to put Christ to death
Sect. II. Christ on his way to Jerusalem prophecies of
his sufferings, and reproves the ambition of
James and John.
Sect. HI. Christ gives sight to a blind man, and con-
verts Zaccheus the publican.
Sect. IV. The parable of the ten pounds.
Sect. V. Christ sups with Simon the leper at Bethany.
Mary anoints him with precious ointment.
Sect. VI. Part of the prophecy of Zechariah relating to
Sect. VII. Christ makes a triumphant entry into Jeru-
Sect. VIII. Christ prophesies the destruction of Jerusa -
lem, and weeps for its approaching miseries. He
curses the barren fig-tree.
Sect. IX. Christ enters into the temple and drives out
the traders. The children's hosannas. Christ pro-
phesies of his death and resurrection.