Translating for King James: being a true copy of the only by Ward Allen

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To do that, it is necessary to study a continuous portion of the notes themselves, to discover note by note that each segment confirms itself as the note from a company working to produce the final manuscript of the Authorized Version. II The purpose of the following exercise is to demonstrate that the most likely object of Fulman's copy of Bois's notes is the translation of the Authorized Version of the Bible. To that end, an examination of the notes for one book is preferable to an examination of scattered notes organized upon some principle of logical classification.

Certainly it would be wrong in Latin to treat the Holy Ghost, a person, as an instrument. The Vulgate settles this difficulty by translating the instrumental as an ablative absolute, and the Rheims version follows this construction with a nominative absolute, "the holy Ghost being sent from heaven," which may express time, agency, or accompaniment. The revisers, feeling perhaps at this point the force of Latinate distinctions, rejected mere instrument, by, outright. , the through of Bois's noteor the more ambiguous with, which, when it modifies the predicate, may signify agency or accompaniment.

242-244. A descriptive calendar of the collection is printed in Henricus Octavius Coxe, Catalogus Codicum MSS. qui in Collegiis Aulisque Oxoniensibus (Oxonii: E Typographo Academico, 1852), II. 17. All quotations from Bois's notes have been reproduced from MS. C. 312 with the permission of the President and Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Coxe describes the general character of MS. 312 as follows: "Codex chartaceus, in 4to minori, ff. 233, sec. xvii. exeuntis; manu praecipue Gul. Fulman scriptus" (II, 1511).

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