The Cambridge Press, 1638-1692: A Reexamination of the Evidence concerning the Bay Psalm Book and the Eliot Indian Bible as Well as Other Contemporary Books and People

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APPENDIX B
A FURTHER COMPARISON OF THE PSALMS OF 1640 AND 1648, WITH ALTERNATIVE RENDERINGS BY THE REVISERS

The revised NEW ENGLAND PSALMS contains a preliminary list of suggestions of other renderings of the Hebrew text, as explained in Chapter III. All of these are reprinted in this Appendix, marked Dunster-Lyon, the names of the joint revisers. These are placed below the passages to which they pertain, as printed in 1640 and after 1648.

The NEW ENGLAND PSALMS contained, before and following the text of the Psalms, a selection of Spiritual Songs which the editors adapted from other portions of the Bible. The alternative renderings of these Songs suggested in the preliminary list are printed at the beginning and end of this Appendix; the passages to which they refer are printed in Appendix C.

1640DUNSTER-LYON 1648
Exod. 15. 1.
I to the LORD will sing, for he
triumph'd in glory so:
The horse he and his rider down
into the Sea did throw.
This dropped out of the Boston editions, perhaps accidentally, before the
end of the century.
Deut. 32. 19.
How should one chase a thousand, two
ten thousand put to flight!
The verse number is wrong; it is found in other editions as "10" and "33."
In the King James version it is verse 30.
PSAL. IV
4Be stirred up, but doe not sinne,
consider seriouslie:
within your heart upon your bed;
and wholly silent be
. . .
. . .
Within your heart, with silence deep
when on your bed you ly.
Dunster-Lyon: Stand you in awe, and do not sin, &c.

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