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1 BIBLE. ENGLISH. 1881. PSALMS. Psalter; or Selections from the Book of Psalms. Arranged to be Us
1881 Bound lightly soiled red cloth edges rubbed and starting to fray at spine ends and corners, 19th century call number tag on spine, nice 19th century engraved library bookplate but with red discard stamp over it, front endpaper starting to crack along hinge, pages tanning. book Octavo NY, The Century Co. 
BIBLE. ENGLISH. 1881. PSALMS. The Psalter; or Selections from the Book of Psalms. Arranged to be Used in Public Worship. NY, The Century Co. (c1881) octavo.

Bound lightly soiled red cloth, edges rubbed and starting to fray at spine ends and corners, 19th century call number tag on spine, nice 19th century engraved library bookplate but with red discard stamp over it, front endpaper starting to crack along hinge, pages tanning.

Pagination: (4) 86 (1)pp, index. Lines alternate between roman and italic throughout with the roman to be read by the minister and the italic by the people, with lines printed in small capital to be read by the minister and the people together. 
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2 BIBLE. LATIN. 1805. Psalmi. Ex Recensione Textus Hebraei & Versionum Antiquarum Latine Ve
"One of the most useful Latin versions of the Psalms that has appeared in modern times." 1805 Bound dark marbled paper over boards, with green handwritten paper title label at top of spine, marbled paper rubbed through at all edges and most of spine as well as places on both covers, light foxing. Nice lithographed title page. book Small octavo Upsalla, SWEDEN 
BIBLE. LATIN. 1805. Psalmi. Ex Recensione Textus Hebrai & Versionum Antiquarum Latine Versi Notisque Criticis & Philologicis Illustrati. Upsaliae, Litteris Edmannianis, MDCCCV [1805] Small 8vo.

Bound dark marbled paper over boards, with green handwritten paper title label at top of spine, marbled paper rubbed through at all edges and most of spine as well as places on both covers, light foxing. Nice lithographed title page.

Collation: title leaf, A-P8, Q7; K5 mis-signed I5. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [1]-251, (1) colophon, (2) prafatio.

Darlow & Moule #6277, "A fresh translation of the Psalter, Made from the Hebrew, with the aid of ancient versions." Preface is signed "N. M. Berlin." Text with footnotes. OCLC locates only the Univ. Chicago & Linkoping Stadsbibliotek.

"This is one of the most useful Latin versions of the Psalms that has appeared in modern times; it is faithfully executed, without being servilely literal. The notes, though brief, are sufficiently explicit, and are designed to explain obscure passages; to elucidate, by a short paraphrase, peculiar expressions that could not be rendered in the text by a single word; to point out the principal various readings worthy of note; to state briefly the arguments for the renderings of particular words, concerning which interpreters are by no means agreed, with references to philological works in which those arguments are more copiously discussed; and to suggest probable meanings to words of doubtful interpretation, which are submitted to the reader's judgment."--Horne: Intro. to Crit. Study Holy Script; Bibliography V., Lond., 1846, p323. 
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3 NOYES, GEORGE R. A New Translation of the Book of Psalms and of the Proverbs, with Introductions, and Notes, Chiefly Explanatory.
George R. Noyes' Translation of the Psalms & Proverbs 1867 Third Edition Bound publisher's very dark brown cloth just the smallest signs of the beginning of fraying at top of spine otherwise the cloth & gilt lettering is crisp & clean, light peach endpapers with foxing spots, a few light foxing spots and first and last few pages otherwise contents clean. Oval presentation stamp from the "American Unitarian Association" on upper right of title page. book duodecimo Boston: American Unitarian Association. 
NOYES, GEORGE R. A New Translation of the Book of Psalms and of the Proverbs, with Introductions, and Notes, Chiefly Explanatory. By George R. Noyes, D.D., Hancock Professor of Hebrew, etc., and Dexter Lecturer in Harvard University. Third Edition. Boston: American Unitarian Association. 1867. 12mo.

Bound publisher's very dark brown cloth, just the smallest signs of the beginning of fraying at top of spine otherwise the cloth & gilt lettering is crisp & clean, light peach endpapers with foxing spots, a few light foxing spots and first and last few pages otherwise contents clean. Oval presentation stamp from the "American Unitarian Association" on upper right of title page.

Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, (1) half-title, (1) blank, [5]-421pp, (1) blank. Pages 301-421 are Notes on the Psalms & Proverbs. Hills: English Bible in America #1819 for third edition.

George Rapall Noyes (1798-1868) was born in Newburyport, Mass. He studied theology at Harvard College, and thereafter was ordained a Unitarian minister. In 1840 he became professor of Hebrew and Oriental languages and lecturer on Biblical literature at Harvard. Early in his career he became interested in translating parts of the Bible. He first translated the...Book of Job, which was followed by the Psalms (1831), the Prophets (3 vols, 1833-37), and Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Canticles, in 1848."--Hills #592, p.92. 
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Evthymii Monachi Zigaboni Commentationes in Omnes Psalmos de Graeco in, ZIGABENOS, EUTHYMIOS.
4 ZIGABENOS, EUTHYMIOS. Evthymii Monachi Zigaboni Commentationes in Omnes Psalmos de Graeco in
1530 Leather & paper Book Folio, 22.4 x 32.4 x 6cm. Verona per Stephanum Nicolinum Sabiensem, & Fratres 
Byzantine theologian's Commentary on the Psalms, Verona, Italy, 1530

ZIGABENOS, EUTHYMIOS. Evthymii Monachi Zigaboni Commentationes in Omnes Psalmos de Graeco in Latinvm conversae per R.D. Philippvm Savlvm Episcopvm Brvgnatensem. Avrevm ac Divinvm Opvs. Non sine priuilegio, mulctaqz pecuniaria, & excom poena, ut in priu. cont. [Colophon:] Ne quis alius hunc librum per decennium imprimere aut imprimi facere impressumue uendere aut uedendum tradere, tam in hac Vrbe quam in omnibus aliis priuilegio cautum est sub poena in eo contenta. Verona per Stephanum Nicolinum Sabiensem, & Fratres. MDXXX mense Ianuario... [1530] Folio 22.4 x 32.4 x6cm. $1,200.00

Euthymios Zigabenos, or Zigadenos, the theologian (fl. ca. 1100) Byzantine theologian. "For a long period Zigabenos was wrongly identified with Euthymios of Akmonia. He was a monk in Constantinople invited by Alexios I (probably ca.1110) to write a refutation of heresies, which he produced under the title of Panopli dogmatike... He also wrote commentaries on the Psalms, Gospels, and St. Paul's epistles."--The Oxford Dict. of Byzantium, III:2227. "A Latin translation of his commentary on the Psalms was published by Philippus Saulus (Verona, 1530)...In his commentary on the Gospels, which is superior to that on the Psalms, Euthymius follows in general the ancient authorities, especially Chrysostom, although he shows some independence. Allegorical and mystical interpretations are occasionally borrowed."--New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, IV:216. We are pleased to offer Zigabenos' Commentary on the Psalms in this early Latin translation.

Bound (18th cent?) leather spine with decorated paper over boards, edges of decorated paper heavily worn away, bottom 5.5cm of spine leather chipped away, corners worn down, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, leather rubbed & scuffed, decorated paper soiled and rubbed, blue page edges, front free endpaper remounted, 2 tears in bottom margin of title--one sometime repaired with old paper, larger marginal tear repaired with archival rag paper, large damp stain in top 6cm of first 2/3 of pages, large damp stain in bottom 7cm of first 2/3 of pages, damp stains in inner margins of last few pages, light foxing; leaves Z4-5, A1-3,6-8, B3&6, C1&8 are very heavily browned. Woodcut headpiece, Greek words printed in margins throughout. Inscription at bottom of title: "Liber Hospitalis singloru ex dono D. Jo. Heliaris Penitentiarii Angli."

Collation: +8, a-z8, A-O4. Last leaf blank. Leaves: (8) un-numbered leaves, 1-291 numbered leaves, (1) blank leaf. OCLC locates U. Oxford, Cambridge Univ & Niedersachsische Staats-und Univ.
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