Chapter 1

Page 7 – Chief designs and principal intention of the civil government of the Hebrews

Page 9 – Original contract of the Hebrew Government

Page 9 – To prevent idolatry, on chief design

Page 13 – Evil of idolatry, wisdom of putting a stop to it

Page 14 – To keep the Hebrews from intercourse with idolaters, another view

Chapter 2

Page 31 – Plan of the Hebrew Government

Chapter 3

Page 34 – Of the Hebrew territory

Chapter 4

Page 42 – Distribution of the Hebrew territory into equal parts

Page 46 – Estates of the Hebrews unalienable

Page 52 – Hebrews held their estates by military service

Chapter 5

Page 61 – Particular government of the several Tribes

Page 64 – Government of the Cities

Page 69 – Elders of the Cities

Page 74 – Heads of Families, and Princes of theTribes

Chapter 6

Page 81 – Particular Constitution of the Tribe of Levi

Page 89 – Revenue of First-Fruits

Page 92 – Of the First-Born

Page 95 – Of the Half-Shekel

Page 105 – Proper provision for the Levites

Page 106 – Levitical Cities

Page 111 – Tithes

Page 119 – Consideration given by the Levites for the Tithe

Page 123 – Care to prevent too much power in the Levites

Chapter 7

Page 125 – Union of the Tribes, or general government of the Hebrew Nation

Page 127 – No proper legislative power in this Constitution

Chapter 8

Page130 – Of the Congregation of all Israel (like the House of Representatives in the USA)

Page 135 – What was proposed in this Congregation or Commons of Israel

Chapter 9

Page 154 – Of the Senate of Israel

Page 161 – Of the Jethronian Prefectures (graded Judiciary in the USA)

Page 164 – Of the Sanhedrim

Chapter 10

Page 177 – Of the Judge

Page 181 – Not an hereditary office

Page 183 – The authority of the Judge not arbitrary

Chapter 11

Page 191 – Of the Oracle

Page 195 – How the Oracle was given

Page 197 – The Oracle was given in different manners, one without being consulted by the High-Priest

Page 198 – How the High-priest consulted the Oracle

Chapter 12

Page 213 – That the Constitution of the Hebrew government was a standing confutation of idolatry…That it was very fit to punish the idolatrous Canaanites, by the Hebrews…And that a toleration of idolatry in the Holy Land was absolutely inconsistent with the principal designs and wise intentions of the Constitution

Page 217 – Hebrew government a confutation of the principles of idolatry

Page 221 – Justice, and wisdom of punishing the Canaanites for their crimes

Page 225 – Justice, and wisdom of punishing the Canaanites by the Hebrews

Page 231 – That the Hebrew government could not tolerate idolatry

Chapter 13

Page 233 – That the balance of the Hebrew government was so well fixed, that no one part had power, by overbearing the rest, to overturn it; in particular, the Constitution had taken effectual care it could not be in the power of the Levites

Page 236 – Care and provision in the Hebrew government to prevent factions

Page 248 – Attempts of ambition and faction made very difficult, almost impracticable by the Constitution

Chapter 14

Page 253 – That obedience to the general States of the national Union, in whom the Tribes, though separate and independent Provinces, were united into one government, was essential to the Hebrew Constitution.  That to disobey, and to oppose their orders, were dangerous act of High-Treason in that government

Page 254 – What High-Treason in the Hebrew government

Page 256 – Witchcraft an Act of Idolatry, and therefore, High-Treason in the Hebrew government

Page 263 – Case of the Benjamite rebellion

Page 278 – Case of the war with Amalek

Page 285 – Case of the Prophets in the days of Ahab