A Dictionary of the Art of Printing (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, Jul 17, 2017 - 840 pages
Excerpt from A Dictionary of the Art of Printing
Whether my views are right or wrong respecting the orthography, punctuation, and the capital letters of the Bible, rests with the public to determine. I cannot consent to give an opinion in favour of the changes that fashion, prejudice, or even the rules of grammar have introduced, which are now adopted in general writing, until we have another authorized version of the Bible, but think the more literally we copy the present the better, otherwise the discrepancies will soon be notorious.
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