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THOMAS JACKSON, D. D.
PRESIDENT OF CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE, OXFORD,
AND DEAN OF PETERBOROUGH.
A NEW EDITION, IN TWELVE VOLUMES,
WITH A COPIOUS INDEX.
AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.
Of the harmonical parallel between the Predictions or
Types of the Old Testament and the Evangelical Relations concerning our Saviour's triumphant coming unto Jerusalem, and of his Entertainment there until the Institution of his Supper.
Of the King of Zion's coming to Jerusalem, and how the
Manner of his Coming was for Circumstance of Time prefigured by the Law or Rite of the Paschal Lamb; and for other Circumstances expressly foretold by the Prophet Zechariah.
1. An apostle hath said it, and we must believe him, that our Saviour Christ was Agnus occisus ab origine mundi ; the Lamb slain from the beginning of the world; and other scriptures abundantly testify that he was to be slaughtered in time, to the end that
JACKSON, VOL. VIII.