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2 CORINTHIANS IV. 3 - PHILIPPIANS I, 22.

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IV. 3 For “are perishing” read “perish” and put the present text into

the marg.

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VII. 8,9 For “I do not regret it, though” etc. read "I do not regret it:

though I did regret it (for I see that that epistle made you

sorry, though but for a season), I now rejoice” etc. XII. 7 Strike out" —wherefore” and add marg. Some ancient autho

rities read wherefore.

GALATIANS.

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I. 7 “which is not another gospel: only” etc. add the marg. Or,

which is nothing else save that etc. 10 Read "For am I now seeking the favour of men or of God” and

for “ seeking to please” read “striving to please”
II. 1 Strike out marg. 3 (in the course of)

16 For“save” read “but” and omit marg.
20 For “yet I live; and yet no longer I” read “and it is no longer

I that live" and omit marg.
III. 22 For“ hath shut up” read “shut up”

23 Omit marg. 1 (the faith)

24 For “ hath been” read “is become" IV. 12 For “be” read “ become"

For “I am as” read “I also am become as"
16 For“ because I tell you” read “ by telling you”.

19 Substitute a dash for the comma after “you"
V. 1 Substitute marg. 1 (For freedom") for the text.

12 For“cut themselves off” read “go beyond circumcision”

20 Substitute marg. 5 ("parties") for the text. VI. 1 “in any trespass” add marg. Or, by

10 “as” add marg. Or, since
11 Let the marg. (write) and the text exchange places.

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EPHESIANS.

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I. 16 For “and which ye shewread "and the love which ye shew"

and in marg. 2 for “insert” read “omit' II. 2 For "power" read “powers” (with marg. Gr. power.) III. 13 For“ye faint not” read “ I may not faint” (with marg. Or, ye) VI. 9 For “both" read "he who is both"

PHILIPPIANS.

I. 16 To "the one" etc. add marg. Or, they that are moved by love do it 17 TO “ but the other” etc. add the marg. Or, but they that are

factious proclaim Christ 22 Read in the text“ if this shall bring fruit from my work" with

marg. Gr. this is for me fruit of work. Omit marg. 3 (I do not make known")

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PHILIPPIANS II. 1-1 TIMOTHY VI. 9.

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II. 1 For “comfort” read “ exhortation”

6 For“ being” read “existing” and omit marg.
Let the text run“counted not the being on an equality with God

a thing to be grasped” and omit marg. 2
14 For“ disputings” read “ questionings”

15 For“ may be” read “may become"
III. 8 Substitute marg. ? ("refuse”) for the text.

9 For" of God” read “ from God”.
12 For "apprehend . . . apprehended” read "lay hold on ... laid

hold on”, and in marg: 19 for “ apprehend ... apprehended

read “lay hold ... laid hold on 13 For“ apprehended” read “laid hold” IV. 4 Omit marg. 4 (Farewell")

19 For“ fulfil" read “supply” [Comp.“ Classes of Passages,” xiv.]

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COLOSSIANS.

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I. 26 For“ from all” read “ for" II. 15 For“having put off from himself” read “having despoiled” and substitute the text for

marg. III. 5 For “Mortify” read “Put to death” and omit marg. 16 For “richly” read “richly ;' and omit the semicolon after

“wisdom" putting the present text into the marg.

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1 THESSALONIANS.

II. 6 Let marg. 1 run claimed authority, and then let the marg. and

the text exchange places. IV. 12 For“ honestly” read " becomingly” V. 22 Omit marg. 5 (“appearance)

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2 THESSALONIANS.

II. 2 For “is now present” read“ is just at hand"

10 For" are perishing” read“ perish" with the text in the marg. III. 2 Omit marg. 1 (the faith")

1 TIMOTHY.

I. 16 For “hereafter” read “thereafter"

18 Substitute marg. 3 (led the way to thee) for the text. II. 4 Read “who would have all men to be saved "

15 Let marg. 1 and the text exchange places. V. 12 For “faith” read “ pledge” (with marg. Gr. faith.) VI. 9 For “ desire" read “are minded”

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2 TIMOTHY I. 10 – HEBREWS XI. 1.

2 TIMOTHY.

I. 10 For “incorruption” read “immortality” with marg. Gr. incor

ruption. II. 26 Read “having been taken captive by him unto his will”; and let

marg. orun Or, by him, unto the will of God Gr. by him etc.

TITUS.

I. 2 “ before times eternal” add marg. Or, long ages ago
II. 13 Let the text and marg. 7 exchange places.
III. 10 For “A man ... heretical” read “a factious man

HEBREWS.

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I. 7 Omit marg. 7 (spirits ")

9 To the first “God” add marg. Or, O God II. 16 Let the text run “For verily not to angels doth he give help,

but he giveth help to” etc. (with marg. Gr. For verily not of

angels doth he take hold, but he taketh hold of etc.)
17 For “might be” read “might become"
III. 9 Let marg. 1 (“Where”) and the text exchange places.

11 “As” add marg. Or, So So in iv. 3.
IV. 2 Let the text and marg. 6 exchange places, reading in marg.

“Many ancient authorities” etc. 7 Read “a certain day, To-day, saying in David, so long a time

afterward (even as hath been said before), To-day if ye" etc. VI. 1 For" let us cease ” etc. read “ leaving 'the doctrine of the first

principles of Christ, let us” with marg. 7 Gr. the word of the

beginning of Christ.

9 In marg. 3 for are near to” read “belong to" VIII. 8 “finding fault” etc. add marg. Some ancient authorities read

finding fault with it he saith unto them. IX. 4 Let marg. 6 and the text exchange places.

9 For “parable” read “figure” So in xi. 19.

Omit now"
14 “the eternal Spirit” add marg. Or, his eternal spirit

17 Let marg. 8 and the text exchange places.
X. 1 For “they can” read “can” (and for marg. 5 read Many ancient

authorities read they can.)
22, 23 Let the text and marg. ? exchange places.
25 For “the assembling of ourselves together” read “

assembling together"
34 For “4 ye yourselves have” read “3 ye have for yourselves" (and

omit marg. 4, letting marg. 3 read Many ancient authorities

read that ye have your own selves for a etc.) XI. 1 Read “faith is assurance of things hoped for, a conviction" etc.

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XI. 5 Read in the text “for he hath had witness borne to him that

before his translation he had been" etc. with the present text

in the marg. XII. 3 For “themselves” read "himself” (and let marg.

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run Many ancient authorities read themselves.) 17 For "rejected (for ... of repentance)” read “ rejected; for he

found no place for a change of mind in his father” with marg. Or, rejected (for he found no place of repentance), etc. Or,

rejected; for ... of repentance etc. XIII. 18 For “honestly” read “honourably”

20 For “the eternal” read “an eternal”
24 “They of” add marg. Or, The brethren from

JAMES,

I. 3 For“ proof” read "proving”

17 For“ boon” read “gift”. III. 1 For“ many” read “many of you. IV. 4 “adulteresses” add marg. That is, who break your marriage vow

to God.

1 PETER.

II. 2 In marg. 9 for “reasonable” read belonging to the reason.
V. 2 For “according unto God” read “according to the will of God”

(and so in marg. 2). Comp. Rom. viii. 27.

2 PETER.

I. 1 Let marg. 4 and the text exchange places. 7 For "love of the brethren” read “brotherly kindness" (twice)

with marg. Gr. love of the brethren. 17 For“

came such a voice to him from the excellent glory" read was borne such a voice to him by the Majestic Glory” and

omit marg.
18 For “ come read “borne" and omit marg.

5 II. 13 For "love-feasts" read “deceivings” and in marg. 6 read Some

ancient authorities read love-feasts.

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1 JOHN.

III. 19, 20 For “him, whereinsoever ... because God” etc. read “him :

because if our heart condemn us, God” etc. (with the present

text in the marg.) V. 18 Substitute marg. 2 for the text, and add marg. 2 Some ancient

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2 JOHN.

1 (and 5) "lady" add marg. Or, Cyria

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1 For “ Judas” read “ Jude” and add marg. Gr. Judas.
4 For “set forth” read “written of beforehand” putting the

present text into the marg.
22 Against “And on some” etc. add the marg. Some ancient au-

thorities read And some refute while they dispute with you.

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I. 8 Omit marg. 8 (the Lord, the God”)

13 Omit marg. 2 (the Son of man") III. 2 For“ fulfilled" read “perfected” IV. 6 " of the throne” add marg. Or, before [Comp. v. 6; vii. 17.] V. 6 “in the midst of the throne” etc. add marg. Or, between the

throne with the four living creatures, and the elders VI. 6 "A measure” etc. add marg. [instead of marg. 4 and 5] Or, A

choenix (i.e. about a quart) of wheat for a shilling-implying

great scarcity. 11 For“ be fulfilled” read " be fulfilled in number" and then let

the marg. and the text exchange places. VII. 17 " of the throne” add marg. Or, before (See iv. 6.)

X. 6 Substitute marg. 4 (delay) for the text. XII. 4 For “stood .

might” read “standeth ... is

may" XIII. 1 "he stood” add marg. Some ancient authorities read I stood

etc., connecting the clause with what follows.

8 Let marg. 5 and the text exchange places. [Comp. xvii. 8.] XIV. 6 For“ an eternal gospel” read “eternal good tidings”

15 For“over-ripe” read “ripe" with marg. Gr. become dry. XV. 2 For “that come” read “that come off” XVI. 9 For “the God” read “God”

16 “Har-Magedon” add marg. Or, Ar-Magedon XIX. 15 For “ of Almighty God” read" of God, the Almighty" XXII. 3 For“ do him service” read

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