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Geneva Bible Notes (1560): Esther 7

3 ! The quene biddeth the King & Haman againe & praieth for her selfe and her people.

4 b Haman cold not so muche profite the King by this his malice, as he shulde hinder him by the losse of the Jewes, & the tribute which he hath of them.

6 ! She accuseth Haman and he is hanged on the gallows, which he had prepared for Mordecai.

7 c His conscience did accuse him that as he had conspired the death of innocents, for the vengeance of God might fall vpon him for the same.

8 d He fel downe at the beddes fete or couche, whereupon she sate, and made request for his life.

8 e This was the maner of the Persians, when one was out of the Kings fauour.

9 f Which discouered the conspiracie against the King {Chap. 2,2}