The Bibles in the Caxton Exhibition MDCCCLXXVII, Or, A Bibliographical Description of Nearly One Thousand Representative Bibles in Various Languages 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

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Henry Stevens IV, 1878 - Bible - 151 pages

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Page 89 - Imprinted at London by Robert \ Barker Printer to the Kings \ most excellent Maiestie.
Page 72 - Biblia en lengua espanola traduzida palabra por palabra de la verdad Hebrayca por muy excelentes letrados. Vista y examinada por el officio de la Inquisition.
Page 89 - The/ Holy Bible/ Containing the/ Old Testament/ and the New./ Newly Translated out of the Ori/ginall Tongues, and with the former/ Translations diligently compared/ and reuised : by his Maiesties/ speciall Commandement./ Appointed to be read in Churches...
Page 89 - The Holy Bible : containing the Old Testament And The New : Newly translated out of the Original Tongues : and with the former translations diligently compared and revised: By his Majesties speciall commandment, ^f Appointed to be read in churches.
Page 89 - The/ Whole/ Booke of Psalmes/ Faithfully/ Translated into English/ Metre./ Whereunto is prefixed a discourse de-/claring not only the lawfullnes, but also/ the necessity of the Heavenly Ordinance/ of singing Scripture Psalmes in/ the Churches of/ God./ Coll.
Page 70 - To the honoure and prayse of God/ was this Byble prynted and...
Page 92 - The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments: translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised by His Majesty's Special Command. Appointed to be read in churches.
Page 22 - Crown says, he has it bad, leastwise, it is apparent that every time he opens his mouth he puts his foot in it. But lest my porch to this little catalogue may be mistaken for one intended for the Saturday Review itself, it becomes necessary to hasten to a conclusion. The reviewer now proceeds nearly a whole line without anything exceptional, until he stumbles into a hornet's nest of errors ; ' but we fail70 to find any special71 notice of the sole72 English issue of Queen Mary's reign.
Page 89 - He shall be like a tree that grows Near planted by a river, Which in his season yields his fruit And his leaf fadeth never; And all he doth shall prosper well.
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