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Analytical Table and Harmony of the Mosaic Law

1st Class - The Moral Law, written on the Two Tables containing the Ten Commandments
The First Table, which includes
The first commandment    
The second commandment  
The third commandment    
The fourth commandment    
The Second Table, which includes
The fifth commandment  
The sixth commandment  
The seventh commandment  
The eighth commandment  
The ninth commandment  
The tenth commandment    
The sum of both tables    
2nd Class - The Ceremonial Law
Of the holy place  
Of the structure of the tabernacle      
Of the instruments of the same, viz.:
Of the layer of brass      
The altar of burnt-offerings      
The altar of incense      
The candlestick of pure gold      
The table of shew-bread      
The ark      
Of the priests and their vestments      
Of choosing of the Levites      
Of the priests' office in general      
Of their office in teaching    
Of their office in blessing      
Of their office in offering, viz.:
What the sacrifices ought to be    
Of the continual fire      
Of the manner of the burnt-offerings      
Of the manner of the peace-offerings      
Manner and kinds of sacrifices, viz.:
For sin in ignorance of the law    
For sin in ignorance of the fact      
For witting sin, yet not impious    
The special law of sacrifice for sin      
Things belonging to the sacrifices    
Of the shew-bread      
Of the lamps  
Of the sweet incense      
Of the use of ordinary oblations, viz.:
Of the consecration of priests    
Of the consecration and offices of Levites      
Of the dwellings of the Levites      
Of the anointing of the altar, etc      
Of the continual daily sacrifice    
Sabbath-day's sacrifice      
Solemn sacrifices for feast-days, viz.:
Of trumpets      
Of beginning of months      
The three most common feasts in general  
Of the feast of passover
Of the feast of pentecost
Of the feast of tabernacles
Of the feast of blowing the trumpets    
Of the feast of expiation  
Of the first fruits
Of tithes  
Of growing and not eaten of      
Of the first-born    
Of the sabbatical year    
Of the year of Jubilee      
Of vows in general  
What persons not to make vows      
What things cannot be vowed    
Of redemption of vows      
Of the vows of the Nazarites      
Laws proper for the priests, viz.:
Of pollutions      
Of the high-priest's mourning      
Of his marriage      
Mourning of the ordinary priests      
Of their marriage      
Forbidden the use of wine, etc.      
On sanctified meats  
Of the office of the Levites
In teaching      
In offering    
Other promiscuous ceremonial laws
Of uncleanness in general      
Of uncleanness in meats, viz.:
Of blood Genesis 9  
Of fat      
Of dead carcasses  
Other meats and divers creatures    
Of personal uncleanness    
In the dead bodies of men      
In the leprosy  
Of circumcision Genesis 17      
Of the water of expiation      
Of the mourning of the Israelites    
Of mixtures    
Garments, and writing the law    
Of not taking young birds with the dam      
Of their paddle-staves      
3rd Class - The Political Law
The magistrate is the keeper of the precepts of both tables, and to have respect to human society, therefore the Political Laws of the Israelites are referred to both the tables, and are to be reduced to the several precepts of the Moral Law, viz.
Laws Referred to the First Table, Namely
I. To the First and Second Commandments
Of idolaters and apostates  
Of abolishing idolatry  
Of diviners and false prophets  
Of covenants with other gods    
II. To the Third Commandment, viz.:
Of blasphemies    
III. To the Fourth Commandment
Of breaking the Sabbath    
Political Laws referred to the Second Table, Namely.
I. To the Fifth Commandment, viz.:
Of magistrates and their authority  
Of the power of fathers  
II. To the Sixth Commandment, viz.:
Of capital punishments in general      
Or willful murder
Of manslaughter and refuge  
Of heinous injury  
Of punishments, not capital      
Of the law of war      
III. To the Seventh Commandment, viz.:
Of lawful marriages    
Of fornication    
Of whoredom  
Of adultery and jealousy  
Of copulation against nature    
Of divorcements      
Other matrimonial laws  
IV. To the Eighth Commandment, viz.:
Of the punishment of thefts    
Of sacrilege Joshua 7        
Of not injuring strangers  
Of not defrauding hirelings    
Of just weights    
Of removing the landmark      
Of lost goods      
Of stray cattle    
Of corrupted judgments  
Of fire breaking out by chance      
Of men-stealing      
Of the fugitive servant      
Of gathering fruits    
Of contracts, viz:
Of borrowing      
Of the pledge    
Of usury  
Of selling  
Of a thing lent      
Of a thing committed to be kept      
Of heirs    
V. To the Ninth Commandment, viz.:
Of witnesses    
Establishing of the political law      
The establishing of the divine law in general      
From dignity of the lawgiver  
From the excellency of the laws      
From the promises  
From the threatenings 28  [sic]  
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