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7. Their form - The old form which God prescribed to Moses.

8. Ten tables - Whereon the shew-bread was set, ver. 19. Perhaps each of these had twelve loaves on it. As the house was enlarged, so was the provision.

16. His father - He is so called because Solomon usually called him by that name out of that great respect which he bare to him for his excellent art and service which he did for him: it being usual to call great artists and inventors of things by this name.

20. The manner - According to the prescription of God to Moses.

22. Of gold - In part; they were made of wood, but covered with golden plates.

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