* bring thee into Egypt.
This verse seems especially to point out an event, which took
place subsequently to the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus,
and the desolation made by Hadrian. Numbers of the captives
were sent by sea into Egypt (as well as into other countries),
and sold for slaves at a vile price, and for the meanest
offices; and many thousands were left to perish from want; for
the multitude was so great, that purchasers could not be found
for them all at any price!
17:16 Jer 43:7 44:12 Ho 8:13 9:3
* there ye shall.
Ex 20:2 Ne 5:8 Es 7:4 Joe 3:3-7 Lu 21:24