Catalog Record: Catalogue of an exhibition of manuscript and printed copies of the Scriptures, illustrating the history of the transmission of the Bible, shown in the main library from March to December MCMXI. Tercentenary of the "authorised version" of the English Bible A.D. 1611-1911 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Catalogue of an exhibition of manuscript and printed copies of the Scriptures, illustrating the history of the transmission of the Bible, shown in the main library from March to December MCMXI. Tercentenary of the "authorised version" of the English Bible A.D. 1611-1911.

Corporate Author: John Rylands Library.
Related Names: Guppy, Henry 1861-1948.
Language(s): English
Published: Manchester : The University Press; [etc., etc.], 1911.
Subjects: Bible
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Note: "A selection of works for the study of the original texts and principal versions of the Bible": p. 99-117. "Publications of the John Rylands Library": p. 118-123.
"A brief sketch of the history of the transmission of the Bible", p. 1-35.
Pref. signed: Henry Guppy.
Physical Description: xiv, 128 p. front., 12 facsim. on 11 ℓ. 24 cm.
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