Andrew Bonar

Palestine for the Young

Book: Palestine for the Young

In August 1864 Andrew Bonar writes in his diary: " I am now busy in leasure moments with a little book for the Tract Society, Palestine for the Young. My desire in it is to show saving truth in connection with cities and country."
In September 1865 he writes: "To-day I got a very marked and memorable answer to special prayer regarding my book, Palestine for the Young, which has lain aside for a year, and about which a few days ago I asked. It is beginning this week to be printed, and notes came to me after I had three days prayed about it several times. May the Lord use it, and may this be a token."

Contents:
Chapter 1. The Land at Large
Chapter 2. Its Mountains and Hills
Chapter 3. Its Rocks and Caves
Chapter 4. Its Plains and Valleys
Chapter 5. Its Rivers and Lakes
Chapter 6. The Tribe of Judah
Chapter 7. The Tribe of Simeon - with a glance at Philistea
Chapter 8. The Tribe of Benjamin
Chapter 9. The Tribe of Dan
Chapter 10. The Tribe of Ephraim
Chapter 11. The Tribe of Manasseh
Chapter 12. The Tribe of Issachar
Chapter 13. The Tribe of Zebulun
Chapter 14. The Tribe of Naphtali
Chapter 15. The Tribe of Asher
Chapter 16. The Half-Tribe of Manasseh, beyond Jordan
Chapter 17. The Tribe of Gad
Chapter 18. The Tribe of Reuben
Chapter 19. The Tribe of Levi
Chapter 20. The Close
Appendix 1. Nations and Divisions of the Land
Appendix 2. Vegetable Productions according to the Seasons.

Transcribed from Palestine for the Young by Andrew A.Bonar D.D.,
first published
LONDON, THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY,
56 PATERNOSTER ROW, 65 ST PAUL'S CHURCHYARD,
AND 164 PICCADILLY.
MANCHESTER: CORPORATION STREET. BRIGHTON: WESTERN ROAD

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