The New Testament in Scots: Introduction. Prologe to the New Testament [tr. from Luther] Summe of the four Evangelists. Summe of the Actes [etc.] Matthew. Mark. Luke

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Society, 1901
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Page xix - vidit duos fratres Simonem qui vocatur Petrus, et Andream fratrem ejus, mittentes rete in mare (erant enim piscatores). Et ait illis : Venite post me et faciam vos fieri piscatores hominum. At illi continuo, relictis retibus, secuti sunt eum. Et procedens inde, vidit alios duos fratres,
Page 192 - And almen that herde puttit in thare hart, and said, Quhat maner child sail this be? For the hand of the Lord was with him. 67 And Zacharie, his fadere, was fulfillit with the Haligaast, and propheciet, and said,
Page 281 - some of you shall they cause to be put to death.' 17. salbe in hatrent : eritis odio
Page 88 - a colt, the foal of her that is used to the yoke.' 7. abone: P., 'aboue'; desuper. 8. ful mekile : P.,
Page 179 - the multitude . . . began to ask him to do as he was wont to do unto them.
Page xix - illis : Venite post me et faciam vos fieri piscatores hominum. At illi continuo, relictis retibus, secuti sunt eum. Et procedens inde, vidit alios duos fratres, Jacobum Zebedœi, et Joannem fratrem ejus, in navi
Page 2 - and leepe for ioye. As when Davyd had killed Golyath the geaunt, cam glad tydinges vnto the iewes, that their fearfull and cruell enemy was slayne, and they delyvered oute of all daunger : for gladnes were of, they songe, daunsed, and wer ioyfull."— The first printed English New Testament,
Page xix - after me, and I shal make Jou to be maad fisheris of men. And anon her nettis forsakyn, they sueden hym. And he goynge forth fro that place, say tweyn other bretheren, Jamys of Zebedee and Joon his brother, in the ship with Zebedee, her fadir, makynge ajein
Page 252 - There appears to be no MS. authority for the omission, and it may have been a slip of the pen on the part of Nis. 20. eftsone : iterum. 21. sourdauche: P., 'sourdouj'; fermento. war sourit:
Page 275 - and that in this thy day the things that pertain to thy peace.' Wy. renders this clause, ' For if thou haddist knowe, and thou, and sotheli in this thi day, which is to pees to thee,

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