Formatting the Word of God: The Charles Caldwell Ryrie Collection
12. New Formats for the New World
The Holy Bible, translated from the Latin Vulgate: Diligently
compared with the Hebrew, Greek, and other editions, in divers languages;
And first published by the English College at Doway, Anno 1609. Newly revised
and corrected according to the Clementine edition of the Scriptures. With
Annotations for elucidating the principal difficulties of Holy Writ. Philadelphia:
Carey, Stewart and Co., 1790.
Quarto. 2 vols. in 1 (viii, 487; 1-280, *281-284*, 281-490
pages), 10 × 7½ inches. Roman. Bound in brown calfskin, panel
design; new spine with red morocco label. Four-page list of subscribers
names, including a Mr. Joseph Cooke, Philadelphia (3 copies); the Right
Reverend John Carroll, Bishop of the Catholic Church in the United States
(20 copies); Mark Wilcox, Esq. (6 copies); Capt. John Walsh, Philadelphia.
Inscription on the verso of the last page of volume I: John Walshs Book,
September 22nd, 1793. Philadelphia County. § DMH 1343; Evans 22349; Hills 23.
fol. B1r, Genesis
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of Theology, Southern Methodist University.