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The Psalter contains fol. cxxviii. On Psalmorum Davidis Paraphrasis poetica, the back of the first title is an almanack for et Canticum Evangelicorum, Auctore Arturo 30 years, beginning 1541, then a kalendar. Ionstono Scoto. Aberdoniæ, 1637. 12mo. The second title is before the English transA very beautiful Latin version of the Psalms, lation. which occasioned a good deal of controversy Dauids Harpe ful of moost delectable Arrespecting the comparative merits of Bucha- mony newely strynged and set in Tune by nan and Johnston. Roxburghe, 2828, 12s. Theodore Basille (Tho. Becon). London, by Inglis, 834, 9s. 6d. The version has been John Mayler for John Gough. 1543. 8vo. frequently reprinted. - Interpretatione, The whole contains sig. m, in eights. Argumentis, Notisque illustrati. Lond. 1741. Psalmes or Prayers taken out of holye 4to. An elegant edition, published by Wm. Scripture. Lond: by Tho. Berthelet. 1545. Benson.
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David's Psalter, diligently and faithfully | 19 psalms, viz. the first five, 20, 25, 27, 29, translated by George Joye, with brief Ar- 32, 33, 41, 49, 73, 78, 103, 120, 122, 138. guments before every Psalme, declaring the Brindley, pt. iii. 1075, 51. 15s. 6d. — Lond. Effect thereof. (Antwerp by) Martyne Em- by Edw. Whitchurche, 1549. 8vo.
This perour, 1534. 16mo. A copy is in the edition contains 51 psalms. London by Public Library at Cambridge. See Lewis' the Widowe of Jhon Harrington, 1550. History, 87-8.
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Printed by modern editions of Sternlold's version have assignment from Will. Seres, wbo had an suffered considerable alteration from the early exclusive privilege for printing the Psalter. impressions. The language is modernized Anno. 1564. - London by Richarde Jugge without being improved, and the translation and John Cawood. folio. A-H, in eights, varied without approaching nearer to the I and K, in sixes. London by W. Seres, original. Numerous other editions of Stern- | 1565. 16mo. London, by W. Seres, hold and Hopkins' version of the Psalms are 1569. 4to. London by Richard Iugge, mentioned in Dr. Cotton's List of Editions 1575. 32mo. A-0, in eights. The date is of the Bible and Parts thereof. Some after on the title page. London by H. Denthe appearance of the psalms by Brady and ham, 1583. 410. London by H. DenTate in 1695, this version was altered into ham, 1586. 4to. London by the Deputhe form and language into which it is ties of Chr. Barker, 1595. 8vo. London, printed to this day. Observations upon the by the Deputies of Chr. Barker. 4to. metrical Versions of the Psalms have been London, 1615. 4to. — London, 1616. 12mo. published by the Rev. H.J. Todd. London, Certayne Psalms chosen out of the Psalter 1822, 8vo.
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