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" There is much literature, ancient no less than modern, in which it is needful to remember that authors are not always grammatical, or clear, or consistent, or felicitous; so that not seldom an ordinary reader finds it easy to replace a feeble or half-appropriate... "
Ars Quatuor Coronatorum: Being the Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati ... - Page 80
1891
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The New Testament in the original Greek, the text revised by B.F. Westcott ...

Brooke Foss Westcott (bp. of Durham) - 1881
...Nor indeed are the assumptions involved in Intrinsic Evidence of Readings to be implicitly trusted. There is much literature, ancient no less than modern,...in all cases be those which he actually employed. But, without attempting to determine the limits within which such causes have given occasion to any...
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The New Testament in the Original Greek: Introduction. Appendix

Fenton John Anthony Hort - 1882
...Nor indeed are the assumptions involved in Intrinsic Evidence of Readings to be implicitly trusted. There is much literature, ancient no less than modern,...in all cases be those which he actually employed. But, without attempting to determine the limits within which such causes have given occasion to any...
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The New Testament in the original Greek, Volume 2

1882
...Nor indeed are the assumptions involved in Intrinsic Evidence of Readings to be implicitly trusted. There is much literature, ancient no less than modern,...in all cases be those which he actually employed. But, without attempting to determine the limits within which such causes have given occasion to any...
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The history of freemasonry, Volume 3

Robert Freke Gould - Freemasonry - 1884 - 302 pages
...and circumstances under which, it was made" (2 Inst. 11 ; Broom, Legal Maxims, edit. 1864, p. 654). 4 "There is much literature, ancient no less than modern,...not in all cases be those which he actually employed " (Hort, Introduction to New Test., p. 21). * " It can hardly be too habitually remembered, in criticism,...
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The New Testament in the original Greek: Introduction, appendix

1907
...Nor indeed are the assumptions involved in Intrinsic Evidence of Readings to be implicitly trusted. There is much literature, ancient no less than modern,...in all cases be those which he actually employed. But, without attempting to determine the limits within which such causes have given occasion to any...
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J. J. Griesbach: Synoptic and Text - Critical Studies 1776-1976

Bernard Orchard, Thomas R. W. Longstaff - Religion - 2005 - 244 pages
...1974), pp. 199-288. 30 Again, Hort has noted this problem (New Testament in the Original Greek, p. 21): There is much literature, ancient no less than modern,...grammatical, or clear, or consistent, or felicitous.' 31 Ibid. le quatrieme evangile', 60 (1953), 347-71; 'Le papyrus BodmerII',64 (1957), 363-98. Cf. Kilpatrick's...
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ernest c. colwell

...Intrinsic Evidence of Readings are not to be implicitly trusted: "... it is needful to remember," he says, "that authors are not always grammatical, or clear,...in all cases be those which he actually employed." 1 He reminds us that "the basis on which Transcriptional Probability rests consists of generalisations...
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