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" I say it is cold, not, it makes cold; but the bible is rather translated into English words, than into English phrase. The Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept: as for example (he uncovered her shame), which is well enough, so long... "
DISCUSSION OF REVISION OF THE HOLY ORACLES, - Page 15
1856
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Selden's table talk

John Selden - 1821
...Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept ; as for example, " he uncovered her shame," which is well enough, so long as scholars have- to do with it ; but when it comes among the common pcople, Lord, what gear do they make of it ! 4. Scrutamini Scripturas. These two words have undone...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Sir Philip Sidney's ...

English literature - 1831
...Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept : as for example, " he uncovered her shame " ; which is well enough, so long as scholars have to...common people, Lord, what gear do they make of it ! 4. " Scrutamini Scripturas." These two words have undone the world. Because Christ spake it to his...
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The table-talk of John Selden, with a biogr. preface and notes by S.W. Singer

John Selden - 1847
...Phrafe of that Language is kept: As for Example, [He uncovered her Shame] which is well enough, fo long as Scholars have to do with it; but when it comes...Common People, Lord, what Gear do they make of it! 4. Scrutamini Scripturas. Thefe two Words have undone the World; becaufe Chrift fpake it to his Difciples...
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The Journal of sacred literature, ed. by J. Kitto. [Continued as] The ...

John Kitto - 1866
...kept, and the phrase of that language is kept. As for example' [here he quotes from memory]. ' This is well enough so long as scholars have to do with...common people, Lord ! what gear do they make of it!' * " Perhaps the historian of literature might find some ground for mitigating this rather harsh verdict....
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

Religion - 1856
...French book into English, I turn it into English phrnse and not into French-English. 'II fait froid,' I say, ' It is cold;' not 'It makes cold:' but the...common people, Lord, what gear do they make of it!"' But we apprehend that there is a change since Selden's time, and that whilst particular words, then...
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The British Millennial Harbinger

Restoration movement (Christianity) - 1856
...Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept ; as, for example, He uncovered her shame : which is well enough, so long as scholars have to...it comes among the common people, Lord, what gear they do make of it." Such testimony, from such a source, is enough ; yet the scholar will judge for...
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Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, System of universal knowledge

Encyclopaedia - 1858
...SELDEN, speaking of a certain Hebraism in our translation of the Bible, says, " It is well enough as long as scholars have to do with it; but when it comes amongst common people, Lord! what jeer do they make of it!"* This exclamation occurs, too, very frequently...
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The Church of England sunday school quarterly magazine

Religion - 1860
...translation, the Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of the language is kept, which is well enough, as long as scholars have to do with it, but when it comes among the incompetent, — what gear they do make of it." — Selden's Table-Talk. Qumfreston, Tenby. &. NA ELISHA...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 122

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, William Empson, Macvey Napier, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1865
...does not occur totidem verbis in the Authorised Version, and is not a very agreeable one to quote] — which is well enough, so long as scholars have to...when it comes among the common people, Lord, what jeer do they make of it!' Instead of citing Selden's Hebraistic example, we may fairly complain of...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 2

Great Britain - 1866
...kept, and the phrase of that language is kept. As for example" [here he quotes from memory]. "This is well enough so long as scholars have to do with...common people, Lord ! what gear do they make of it !"t Perhaps the historian of literature might find some ground for mitigating this rather harsh verdict....
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