deliverance of the Lord. (1.) A son of Hananiah and grandson of Zerubbabel (1 Chr. 3:21). (2.) A captain of "the sons of Simeon" (4:42). (3.) Neh. 10:22. (4.) One of the twenty-five princes of the people against whom Ezekiel prophesied on account of their wicked counsel (Ezek. 11:1-13).
pelatiah Kavanagh was not a bad man, nor was he intentionally unkind; but he was very close.
Frank did so, and the lawyer wrote to Uncle pelatiah to acquaint him with the discovery.
"He has the right to choose his own guardian," said Uncle pelatiah.
The only tranquil person in the assemblage was Mr. pelatiah Holden.
pelatiah Webster, the political economist, who owned the house, was also a boarder.
And it came to pass, when I prophesied, that pelatiah the son of Benaiah died.
Almost the first man he saw on board was pelatiah Curtis, who had rowed him down to the port seven years before.
When pelatiah Curtis reached home he told Anna the story of her husband and laid his gifts in her lap.
pelatiah Kinsman of Ipswich, Massachusetts, had the plow made in 1740.
pelatiah,” he said, looking back as he left the ship, “be kind to Anna and my boys.