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" Reader, that we have not tied ourselves to an uniformity of phrasing, or to an identity of words, as some peradventure would wish that we had done, because they observe, that some learned men somewhere have been as exact as they could that way. Truly,... "
The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature - Page 583
1819
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A Companion to the Greek Testament and the English Version

Philip Schaff - Bible - 1883 - 650 pages
...Wifhin proper limits variation is justifiable. We do not advocate a mechanical uniformity of renderwc might not vary from the sense of that which we had translated before, ii tlie word signified the same thing in both places (for there be some words that be not of the same...
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The Authorized Edition of the English Bible (1611): Its Subsequent Reprints ...

Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener - Bible - 1884 - 350 pages
...i>eradvciiture would wish that we liad done, because they observe, that some learned men somewhere have been as exact as they could that way. Truly, that we might not vary from the sense of that ' So that even Verccllone, as late as 1860, when publishing his collection of Furii,- Ltttitutt Viilg....
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The Variorum Teacher's Edition of the Holy Bible: Containing the Old and New ...

William Sanday, Thomas Kelly Cheyne, Samuel Rolles Driver, Robert Lowes Clarke, Alfred Goodwin - 1886 - 1338 pages
...wish that we had done, because they observe, that some learned men somewhere have been as exact an they could that way. Truly, that we might not vary...same sense every where.) we were especially careful, and made a conscience, according to our duty. But that we should express the same notion in the same...
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A Companion to the Greek Testament and the English Version

Philip Schaff - Bible - 1903 - 660 pages
...Within proper limits variation is justifiable. "We do not advocate a mechanical uniformity of renderwe might not vary from the sense of that which we had...there be some words that be not of the same sense everywhere), we were especially careful, and made a conscience according to our duty. But that we should...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - Bible - 1887 - 492 pages
...uniformity of phrasing, or to an identity of words, as some peradventure would wish that we had done. . . . Truly that we might not vary from the sense of that which we had translated before ... we were especially careful. . . . But that we should express the same notion in the same particular...
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A Companion to the Greek Testament and the English Version

Philip Schaff - BIBLE-CRITICISM, TEXTUAL-N.T. - 1887 - 654 pages
...Within proper limits variation is justifiable.- We do not advocate a mechanical uniformity of renderwe might not vary from the sense of that which we had translated before, if tlie word signified the same thing in both places (for there be some words tliat be not of the same...
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Old Bibles: An Account of the Early Versions of the English Bible

John Read Dore - Bible - 1888 - 442 pages
...some learned men somewhere, have been as exact as they could that way. Truly, that we might not varie from the sense of that which we had translated before,...there be some words that be not of the same sense everywhere) we were especially carefull, and made a conscience, according to our dutie. But, that we...
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Old Bibles: An Account of the Early Versions of the English Bible

John Read Dore - Bible - 1888 - 444 pages
...peradventure would wish that we had done, because they observe, that some learned men somewhere, have been as exact as they could that way. Truly, that we might not varie from the sense of that which we had translated before, if the word signified the same thing in...
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The Bibles of England: A Plain Account for Plain People of the Principal ...

Andrew Edgar - Bible - 1889 - 424 pages
...an uniformity of phrasing, or to an identity of words, as some peradventure would wish we had done. Truly, that we might not vary from the sense of that which we had translated before ... we were especially careful, and made a conscience, according to our duty. But that we should express...
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Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts: Being a History of the Text and Its ...

Sir Frederic George Kenyon - Bible - 1895 - 358 pages
...peradventure would wish that we had done, because they observe, that some learned men somewhere have been as exact as they could that way. Truly, that...same sense every where,) we were especially careful, and made a conscience, according to our duty. But that we should express the same notion in the same...
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