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THE BIBLES IN

THE CAXTON EXHIBITION

MDCCC LXXVII
Or a bibliographical description of nearly
one thousand representative Bibles in various langu
ages chronologically arranged from the first Bible printed by
Gutenberg in 1450-1456 to the last Bible printed at the Oxford
University Press the 30th June 1877 With an Introduction on the History
of Printing as illustrated by the printed Bible from 1450 to 1877 in which is told
for the first time the true history and mystery of the Coverdale Bible of 1535
Together with bibliographical notes and collations of many rare Bibles
in various languages and divers versions printed

during the last four centuries
Special edition revised and carefully corrected with additions

Flavoured with a squeeze of the Saturday Review's homily on Bibles

By HENRY STEVENS GMB Fsa Ma Etc
Sometimes Student in Yale College in Connecticut in New England Now residing in London Bibliogra
pher and Lover of Books Fellow of the Royal Geogr&Zoological Societies of London Foreign Member
of the Amer Antiq Society Corresp Member of the Historical Societies of the States of Massachusetts New
York Connecticut Maine Vermont New Jersey Maryland Pennsylvania & Wisconsinand Secretary
of State and American Minister near Noviomagus Blk Bld Athm Club London

And Patriarch of Skull and Bones at Yale University

Died in London Moh. 1886.

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ONDON HENRY STEVENS IV TRAFALGAR SQUARE
SCRIBNER WELFORD & ARMSTRONG NEW-YOR.
Messrs Simpkin Marshall & Co Stationers Hall Court

MdcccLxxviii

Prof. J. F. Thampions

March 20, 1902.

1997)

Entered at Stationers' Hall, London,

and Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1878, by Henry Stevens, of Vermont, Citizen of the United States, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

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