The Holy Bible: Containing the Old and New Testaments, in the Common Version. With Amendments of the Language
This book, by Noah Webster, is a revised edition of the King James Bible, with corrections in grammar, an updating of obscure or obsolete words, and a softening of potentially offensive expressions.
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Before remembereth not her last end ; therefore CHRIST , for my sighs are many ,
and my heart is she hath been wonderfully abased : she 588 . faint . had no
comforter . O Lord , behold my CHAP . II . affliction : for the enemy hath magnified
588 . turneth his hand against me all the 12 They say to their mothers , Where
day . is corn and wine ? when they swooned 4 My flesh and my skin hath he
made as the wounded in the streets of the city , 6 or , faint . old ; he hath broken
19 with a wicked man repenting , 24 with a Know ye not what these things mean
? just man revolting : 25 He defendeth his justice , 31 and exhorleth to
repentance . tell them , Behold , the king of Babylon hath come to Jerusalem ,
and hath ...
Mation for the princes of Israel , Before bread to the hungry , and hath covered
CHRIST , and turn 6 yourselves from all your transthe naked with a garment , 698
. gressions ; so iniquity shall not be your 17 That hath taken off his hand from ruin
16 If any man shall see his brother sin God hath the witness in himself : he that a
sin which is not to death , he sball ask , believeth not God , hath made him a liar ,
and he will give him life for them thai because he hath not believed the testimo- ...
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This appears to be a fair copy of Websters revision of 1833, but pages 897 to 907 (Ren 4:10 to 22:21) are missing. A Better copy titled "The holy Bible, in the common version, with amendments of the language, by N. Webster" found at http://books.google.com/books/about/The_holy_Bible_in_the_common_version_wit.html?id=-UtbAAAAQAAJ
is the same version and is complete.