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GENEVAN TRANSLATION, Euir.: I'rinted hy ALEX. AKBUTHNOT. 1579.

KING MIS' OR PRISENT TRANSLATION.

27 I will overturne, overturne, overturne it, and it shall be no more untill hee come, whose right it is, and I will give it him.

27. I will overturn, overturn, overturn it; and it shall be no more, until he come whose right it is; and I will give it him.

CHAP. XXIII. 10 And she became famous among women ; for they had executed judgment upon her.

14 For when she saw men pourtrayed upon the wall, the images of the Chaldeans pourtrayed with vermilion.

15 Girded with girdles upon their loins, exceeding in dyed attire upon their heads, all of them princes to look to, after the manner of the Babylonians of Chaldea, the land of their nativity.

16 And as soon as she saw them with her eyes, she doted

upon them.

CHAP. XXIII. 10 And shee had an evill name among women ; for they had executed judgement upon

her. 14 For when shee saw men painted upon the wall, the images of the Chaldeans painted with vermilion.

15 And girded with girdles upon their loynes, and with dyed attire upon their heads, (looking all like princes after the manner of the Babylonians in Chaldea, the land of their nativitie :)

16 As soone, I say as shee saw them, shee doted upon them.

CHAP. XXIV. 17 Cease from sighing : make no mourning for the dead, and binde the tire of thine heade upon thee, and put on thy shooes upon thy feet, and cover not thy lips, and eate not the bread of men.

CHAP. XXVII. 5 They have made all thy shippeboards of firre trees of Shenar: they have brought cedars from Lebanon, to make masts for thee.

6 Of the oakes of Bashan have they made thine oares : the company of the Assyrians have made thy bankes of yvorie, brought out of the yles of Chittim.

7 Fine linnen with broidred worke, brought from Egypt, was spread over thee to be thy sayle, blue silke and purple, brought from the yles of Elishah, was thy covering.

8 The inhabitants of Zidon and Arvad were thy mariners, O Tyrus : thy wise men that were in thee, they were thy pilots.

9 The ancients of Gebal, and the wise men thereof were in thee thy calkers, all the ships of the sea with their mariners were in thee to occupie thy marchandise.

10 They of Persia, and of Lud, and of Phut, were in thine armie : thy men of warre they hanged the shield and helmit in thee: they set forth thy beautie.

11 The men of Arvad with thine armie were upon thy walles round, and the Gammadims were in thy toures: they hanged their shields upon thy walles round about: they have made thy beautie perfit.

12 They of Tarshish were thy marchants for the multitude of all riches, for silver, yron, tinne, and lead, which they brought to thy faires.

13 They of Javan, Tubal, and Meshech were thy marchants, concerning the lives of men, and they brought vessels of brasse for thy marchandise.

14 They of the house of Togarmah brought to thy faires horses, and horsemen, and mules.

15 The men of Dedan were thy marchants; and the marchandise of many yles were in thy hands : they brought thee for a present hornes, teeth, and peacocks.

16 And they of Aram were thy marchants for the multitude of thy wares: they occupied in thy faires with emeraudes, purple, and broidered worke, and fine linnen, and corall, and pearle.

Chap. XXIV. 17 Forbear to cry, make no mourning for the dead, bind the tire of thine head upon thee, and put on thy shoes upon thy feet, and cover not thy lips, and eat not the bread of men.

CHAP. XXVII. 5 They have made all thy ship-boards of fir-trees of Senir ; they have taken Cedars from Lebanon to make masts for thee.

6 Of the oaks of Bashan have they made thine oars ; the company of the Ashurites have made thy benches of ivory, brought out of the isles of Chittim.

7 Fine linen with broidered work from Egypt, was that which thou spreadest forth to be thy sail ; blue and purple from the isles of Elishah was that which covered thee.

8 The inhabitants of Zidon and Arvad were thy mariners : thy wise men, O Tyrus, that were in thee, were thy pilots.

9 The ancients of Gebal, and the wise men thereof, were in thee thy calkers : all the ships of the sea with their mariners were in thee to occupy thy merchandise.

10 They of Persia, and of Lud, and of Phut, were in thine army, thy men of war: they hanged the shield and helmet in thee; they set forth thy comeliness.

11 The men of Arvad, with thine army, were upon thy walls round about, and the Gammadims were in thy towers : they hanged their shields upon thy walls round about; they have made thy beauty perfect.

12 Tarshish was thy merchant by reason of the multitude of all kind of riches; with silver, iron, tin, and lead, they traded in thy fairs.

13 Javan, Tubal, and Meshech, they were thy merchants : they traded the persons of men and vessels of brass in thy market.

14 They of the house of Togarmah traded in thy fairs with horses, and horsemen, and mules.

15 The men of Dedan were thy merchants; many isles were the merchandise of thine hand : they brought thee for a present horns of ivory and ebony.

16 Syria was thy merchant by reason of the multitude of the wares of thy making: they occupied in thy fairs with emeralds, purple, and broidered work, and fine linen, and coral, and agate.

JOHN ROGERS' TRANSLATION, 1537.

BISHOPS' BIBLE. 1572 and 1575.

D Juda and the lande of Israel occupyed with the, and brought into thy markettes, wheate, balme, honey, oyle, and triacle. Damascus also used marchaundyes wyth the, in the best wyne and whyte woll: because thy occupyeng was so greate, and thy wares so many. Dan, Javan, and Meusall have brought unto thy markettes, yron redy made, with casia and calamus, accordyng to thyne occupyenge, Dedan occupyed with the, in fayre tapestry worcke and quishyns. Arabia and all the prynces of Cedar have occupied with the, in shepe, wethers and goates,

The marchauntes of Seba and Rema have occupyed also with the, in all costly spyces, in all precious stones and golde, which they brought unto thy marckettes. Haran, Chene and Eden, the marchauntes of Saba, Assiria and Chelmad, were all doers with the and occupied with thee: In costly rayment, of yalow sylcke and nedle worcke (very precious, and therfore packete and bounde together with roapes) yee and in cedre wodde, at the tyme of thy marckettes.

E The shyppes of Tharsis were the chefe of thy occupyenge.

Thus thou art full, and in greate worshipe, even in the myddest of the see.

F Thy maryners were ever bryngynge unto the oute of many waters.

But the easte wynde shal overbeate the in to the myddest of the see:

CHAP. XXVIII. B Thus sayeth the Lorde God : Thou art a seale of lycknesse full of wysdome and excellent beuty. Thou hast bene in the pleasaunt garden of God : thou art decte wyth all maner of precious stones : with ruby, tophas, christal, jacyncte, onyx jaspys, saphyr, smaragde, carbuncle, and golde. Thy bewty and the holes that be in the were set forth in the daye of thy creacyon.

17 Judah and the lande of Israell occupyed with thee, and broughte unto thy markettes wheate of Minneth and Pannag, honye, oyle, and triacle.

18 Damascus also used marchandyse wyth thee, in the wyne of Helbon, and whyte wooll, bycause thyne occupyi ng was so greate, and thy wares so manie.

19 Dan, Javan, and Meuzal have brought into thy markets wroughte iron, cassia and calamus, were among thy marchandyse.

20 They of Dedan were thy marchauntes, in precious clothes for chariots.

21 Arabia and all the princes of Cedar have occupied with thee, in weathers rammes and goats: in these were they thy marchauntes.

22 The marchayntes, of Seba and Rema, have occupyed also with thee, in all chief spices, in all precious stones and gold, whiche they brought unto thy markets.

23 Haran, Thenne, and Eden, the marchauntes of Seba, Assyria, and Chelmad, were doers with thee :

24 These were thy marchauntes in all sorts (of things) in rayment of blue sylke, and broydred worke, and in coffers for the riche apparel, whiche were trussed with coardes, and cedar boord among thy marchandise.

25 The shippes of Tharsis were the chiefe of thyne occupying:

: thus thou wast replenished, and in great worship, even in the middes of the sea.

26 Thy rowers have brought thee into great waters, the east wynde hath broken thee in the middes of the sea,

CHAP. XXVIII. 12 Thus saith the Lorde God, thou sealest up

the summe, full of wisedom, and perfect beautie.

13 Thou hast ben in the pleasaunte garden of God, thou art deckt with all maner of precious stones, with ruby, tophas diamond, thurkas, onix, jasper, saphir, emeralde, carbuncle, and gold : the workmanship of tymbrels and of thy pypes that be in thee, was prepared in the day that thou wast created.

14 Thou art an annoynted cherub, that covereth, and I have set thee (in this dignitie) thou wast uppon the holy mount of God, thou hast walked in the middes of the stones

D Thou art a fayre cherub, stretched wyde out for to

cover.

of fyre.

I have sett the upon the holy mount of God, there hast thou bene, and walked amonge the fayre glysterynge stones.

CHAP. XXX. D As for Pathures, I will make it desolate, and kindle a fyre in Zoan. Alexandria will I punysh and poure my wrothful indignacion upon Sin which is the strength of Egypte. Al the substaunce of Alexandria wyll i destroye, and kindle a fyre in Egypte.

Chap. XXXVI. D Agayne, thus sayeth the Lorde God : for so much as they saye unto you, thou art an eater up waster of thy people : therfore thou shalt eate no more men, nether destroye thy people eny more, sayeth the Lorde God.

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and a

CHAP. XXX. 14 As for Pathros, I will make it desolate, and kindle a fire in Zoan, and I wyl execute judgements in No.

15 And I will powre my wrathful indignation upon Sin the strength of Egypt, and I will destroy the multitude of No.

CHAP. XXXVI. 13 Thus sayth the Lorde God, forsomuche as they say unto you, Thou art an eater up of menne, and a waster of thy people ;

14 Therefore thou shalt eate no more menne, neither destroy thy people any more, saith the Lorde God.

35 And they shall saye, this waste lande was like the garden of Eden.

CHAP. XXXVII. 20 And the stickes whereupon thou writest, shalte thou have in thy hande, that they may see.

G Then shall it be sayde: this waste land is become lyke a garden of pleasure.

CHAP. XXXVII. E And the two styckes where upon thou wrytest, shalt thou have in thyne hand, that they may se.

GENEVAN TRANSLATION. Idin.: Printed by ALEX. ARBUTINOT. 1579.

17 They of Judah and of the land of Israel were thy marchants: they brought for thy marchandise wheate of Minnith, and Pannag, and honie and oyle, and balme.

18 They of Damascus were thy marchants in the multitude of thy wares, for the multitude of all riches, as in the wine of Helbon and white wool.

19 They of Dan also and of Javan, going to and fro, occupied in thy faires: yron worke, cassia and calamus were among thy marchandise.

20 They of Dedan were thy marchants in precious clothes for the charets.

21 They of Arabia, and all the princes of Kedar, occupied with thee, in lambes, and rammes and goates : in these were they thy marchants.

22 The marchants of Sheba and Raamah were thy marchants: they occupied in thy faires with the chiefe of all spices, and with all precious stones and gold.

23 They of Haram and Canneh and Eden, the marchants of Sheba, Asshur, and Chilmad were thy marchants.

24 These were thy marchants in all sortes of things, and raiment of blue silke and of broydred worke, and in coffers for the rich apparell, which are bound with corde : chaines also were among thy marchandise. 25 The ships

of Tarshish were thy chiefe in thy marchandise, and thou wast replenished and made very glorious in the mids of the sea.

26 Thy robbers have brought thee into great waters : the east wind hath broken thee in the mids of the sea.

CHAP. XXVIII. 12 Thus saith the Lord God, Thou sealest up the summe, and art full of wisedome and perfect in beauty.

13 Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God, every precious stone was in thy garment, the rubie, the topaze, and the diamond, the chrysolite, the onix, and the jasper, the saphire, emeraud, and the carbuncle, and gold : the workemanship of thy timbrels, and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that thou waste created.

14 Thou art the anointed cherub, that covereth, and I have set thee in honour : thou waste upon the holy mountaine of God : thou hast walked in the mids of the stones of fire.

CHAP. XXX. 14 And I will make Pathros desolate, and will set fire in Zoan, and I will execute judgement in No.

15 And I will powre my wrath upon Sin, which is the strength of Egypt: and I will destroy the multitude of No.

CHAP. XXXVI. 13 Thus sayth the Lorde God, Because they say unto you, Thou land devourest up men, and hast bene a waster of thy people.

14 Therefore thou shalt devoure men no more, neither waste thy people henceforth, sayth the Lorde God.

35 For they said, this waste land was like the garden of Eden.

CHAP. XXXVII. 20 And the pieces of wood, whereon thou writest, shall be in thine hand in their sight.

KING JAMES OR PRESENT TRANSLATION.

17 Judah and the land of Israel they were thy merchants : they traded in thy market wheat of Minnith, and Pannag, and honey, and oil, and balm.

18 Damascus was thy merchant in the multitude of the wares of thy making, for the multitude of all riches; in the wine of Helbon, and white wool.

19 Dan also and Javan going to and fro, occupied in thy fairs : bright iron, cassia, and calamus, were in thy market.

20 Dedan was thy merchant in precious clothes for chariots.

21 Arabia, and all the princes of Kedar, they occupied with thee in lambs, and rains, and goats: in these were they thy merchants.

22 The merchants of Sheba and Raamah, they were thy merchants : they occupied in thy fairs with chief of all spices, and with all precious stones, and gold.

23 Haran, and Canneh, and Eden, the merchants of Sheba Asshur, and Chilmad, were thy merchants.

24 These were thy merchants in all sorts of things, in blue clothes, and broidered work, and in chests of rich apparell, bound with cords, and made of Cedar, among thy merchandise.

25 The ships of Tarshish did sing of thee in thy market; and thou wast replenished, and made very glorious in the midst of the seas.

26 Thy rowers have brought thee into great waters ; the east wind hath broken thee in the midst of the seas.

CHAP. XXVIII. 12 Thus saith the Lord God, Thou sealest up the sum, full of wisdom, and perfect in beauty,

13 Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold : the workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that thou wast created.

14 Thou art the anointed cherub that covereth ; and I have set thee so: thou wast upon the holy mountain of God; thou hast walked up and down in the midst of the stones of fire.

CHAP. XXX. 14 And I will make Pathros desolate, and will set fire in Zoan, and will execute judgments in No.

15 And I will pour my fury upon Sin, the strength of Egypt; and I will cut off the multitude of No.

CHAP. XXXVI. 13 Thus saith the Lord God, Because they say unto you, Thou land devourest up men, and hast bereaved thy nations ;

14 Therefore thou shalt devour men no more, neither bereave thy nations any more, saith the Lord God.

35 And they shall say, This land that was desolate is become like the garden of Eden.

Chap. XXXVII. 20 And the sticks whereon thou writest shall be in thine hand before their eyes.

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A Then the kynge commaunded to call together all the sothsayers, charmers, witches, and Caldees, for to shewe the kyng his dreame.

B Yf ye wyll not make me understande the dreame with the interpretacyon therof, ye shall dye, and youre houses shalbe prysed.

c And the proclamacyon wente forth, that the wysemen shoulde be slayne. They sought also to slaye Daniel with his companyons.

E Daniel answered the kyng to his face, and sayde: As for this secrete, for the whych the kynge maketh inquisycyon : it is nether the wise, the sorcerer, the charmer, nor the devell conjurer, that can certyfye the kynge of it.

Thou kyng sawest, and beholde : there stode before the a greate image, whose fygure was marvelous greate, and his vysage grymme. The ymage head was of fyne golde, hys breast and armes of sylver, hys body and loynes were of copper.

G And whereas thou sawest yron myxte wyth claye: they shall myngle themselves with the sede of symple people, and yet not contynue one wyth another, lyke as yron wyll not be souldered with a potsherde.

CHAP. III.
A The bedel cryed out wyth all hys myght.
D And the fourth is like an angell to loke upon.
Shall dye, and their houses shalbe prysed.

2 Then the kyng commanded to call the wyse men and soothsayers, and sorcerers, and the Chaldees, for to showe the kyng his dreame.

ye wil not make mee understande the dreame with the interpretation thereof, ye shall be drawne in peeces, and your houses made a jakes.

13 So the decree went foorth, and the wise men were slain : they sought also to slay Daniel, with his companions.

27 Daniel aunswered in the presence of the king, and sayde: As for thys secrete for the which the king maketh this inquisition, there can neyther the men of understanding, nor soothsayers, nor the wyse men, nor readers of destinies, declare it unto the king,

31 Thou king sawest, and behold, there was a great image: this greate image, whose brightnesse was excellent, stood before thee, and the form thereof was terrible.

32. This images heade was of fine golde, his breast and armes of silver, his belly and his thighes of brass.

43. And whereas thou sawest yron mixt with claye and earthe, they shall myngle themselves with the seede of man, and yet not joyne one with another, as iron will not be mixt with clay.

CHAP, III. 4 Then an heralde cryed aloude. 25 And the forme of the fourth is like the sonne of God.

29 Shall be drawne in peeces, and their houses shall be made a jakes.

CHAP. IV. 7 So came the wyse men, the soothşayers, the Chaldeans, and wysardes.

9 Ó Baltassar thou prynce of wyse men.

CHAP. IV. A So there came the soythsayers, charmers, Chaldees and conjurers of devels.

B O Balthasar, thou prince of southesayers.

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2 Then the king commanded to call the magicians, and astrologers, and the sorcerers, and the Chaldeans, for to shew the king his dreams : 5 If

ye

will not make known unto me the dream, with the interpretation thereof, ye shall be cut in pieces, and your houses shall be made a dunghill.

13 And the decree went forth that the wise men should be slain ; and they sought Daniel and his fellows to be slain.

27 Daniel answered in the presence of the king, and said, The secret which the king hath demanded cannot the wise men, the astrologers, the magicians, the soothsayers shew unto the king

2 Then the king commanded to call the inchanters, and the astrologians, and the sorcerers, and the Chaldeans, for to shew the king his dreams:

5 If ye will not make me understande the dreame with the interpretation thereof, yee shall be drawen in pieces, and your houses shall be made a jakes.

13 And when sentance was given, the wise men were slaine, and they sought Daniel and his fellowes to be put to death.

27 Daniel answered in the presence of the king and said, The secret which the king hath demanded, can neither the wise, the astrologians, the inchanters, nor the soothsayers, declare unto the king.

31 O king thou sawest and beholde, there was a great image : this great image whose glory was so excellent, stood before thee, and the forme thereof was terrible.

32 This images head was of fine gold, his breast and his armes of silver, his belly and his thighs of brass.

43 And whereas thou sawest yron mixt with clay, and earth, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men : but they shall not joyne one with another, as yron cannot be mixed with clay.

CHAP. III. 4 Then an herald cried aloud. 25 And the forme of the fourth is like the sonne of God.

29 Shall be drawen in pieces, and their houses shall be made a jakes;

Chap. IV. 7 So came the inchanters, the astrologians, the Chaldeans, and the soothsayers;

9 O Belteshazzar, chiefe of the inchanters,

31 Thou O king sawest, and behold, a great image, this great image whose brightness was excellent, stood before thee, and the form thereof was terrible.

32 This images head was of fine gold, his breast and his arms of silver, his belly and his thighs of brass.

43 And whereas thou sawest iron mixt with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.

CHAP. III. 4 Then an herald cried aloud. 25 And the form of the fourth is like the son of God.

29 Shall be cut in pieces, and their houses shall be made a dunghill ;

CHAP. IV. Then came in the magicians, the astrologers, the Chaldeans, and the soothsayers :

9 0 Belteshazzar master of the magicians,

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