51 CHAPTER IV. On the Jewish and Roman Modes of
computing Time, mentioned in the Scriptures.
. Watches of the Nighi
V. Year, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Natural
VI. Parts of Time taken for the whole
VII. Remarkable Æras of the Jews
56, 57 CHAPTER V. On the Tributes and Taxes mentioned
in the Scriptures.
I. Annual Payments made by the Jews for the Sup-
port of their Sacred Worship
II. Tributes paid to their own Sovereigns
III. Tributes and Customs paid by them to Foreign
Powers.—Notice of the Money-changers
IV. Account of the Publicans or Tax-gatherers
CHAPTER VI. On the Genealogical Tables of the He.
brews, and Public Memorials of Events.
I. On the Genealogical Tables of the Hebrews
II. Public Memorials of Events
CHAPTER VII. On the Trealies or Covenants, Con-
tracts, and Oaths of the Jews.
I. Whether the Jews were prohibited from conclud
ing Treaties with Heathen Nations
II. Treaties, how made and ratified
Covenant of Salt
NI. Contracts for the sale and Cession of alionable
Property, how made
IV. Of Oaths
ib. CHAPTER VIII Laws respecting Strangers, Ageing
Blind, Deaf, and Poor Persons.
I. Of Strangers
63 II. Of the Aged, Blind, and Deaf
III. Of the Poor
CHAPTER 1X. Of the Military Affairs of the Jews,
63 and other Nations mentioned in the Scriptures.
SECTION I. On the Military Discipline of the Jews.
1. The earliest Wars, predatory Excursions
II. Character of the Wars of the Israelites
Their Levies, how raised
Mosaic Statutes concerning the Israelitish Soldiers
III. Divisions and Officers of the Jewish Army
V. Military Schools and Training
VI. Defensive Arms
64, 65 VII. Offensive Arms
65, 66 VIII. Fortifications
IX. Mode of declaring War
X. Military Tactics.-Order of Battle
Treatment of the Slain, of captured Cities, and of
XI. Triumphant Reception of the Conquerors
ib XII. Distribution of the Spoil
Military Honours conferred on eminent Warriors.-
A Military Order established by David
XIII. Trophies :
ib. Section II. Allusions in the New Testament to the
68 Military Discipline and Triumphs of the Romans.
ib. DI. Divisions of the Roman Army, and Roman Mili-