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»>f the translation of the Bible into English, by John tVickliffe, the New Testament is known to most who have made the different versions their study, from the printed editions which have been long before the public: but it is not so generally known, that an earlier translation, both of the Old and New Testament, exists in MS., copies of which are of the most extreme rarity. Biblical students vjill rejoice to hear that the Old Testa ment 6f H'ickliffe's translation, which has never yet been printed, will, conjointly with the earlier version, shortly be issued from the Clarendon Press, edited by Sir F. Madden and Mr. Forshall, whose names will at once guarantee the correctness and exec 'lence of the laborious undertaking.

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And lo a wise man of the lawe roose temptynge hym & seyinge; mayster what j And lo a wise man of the lawe roos up temptyng hym & seijnge, maister what thing doinge, achal I welde euerlastynge lijf; and he seyde to hym ; what is writen | thinge schal I do to haue euerlasting lijf. and hee seide to hym, what is writen

in the lawe? how redist thow? he answerynge seyde, thou schalt loue the lorde thi god of al thin herte & of al thi soule or lijf & of al thi strengthes & of al thi mynde ; and thi neyghbor as thi self, and ihu seyde to hym, thou hast answeride rightly, do this thing and thou schalt lyue. forsothe he willynge for to iustitie hymself, seyd to Ihu, and who is my neyghbore? sothely Ihu biholdynge up seyde, summan came douue fro irlm in iericho, and felde into theefes, the whiche also robbiden hym aud woundis putte in, wenten awaye, the man lefte halfe quicke. forsothe it bifel that some prist came doune in the same weye, and hym seen, passide forth, also forsothe & a deken whanne he was bisides the place and sighe hym, passide forth, forsothe sum Samaritan makynge iourney, came bisidis the weye, and he seinge hym, is stiride by mercy, and he comynge nigh, bonde togedir hit woundis, heldynge in oyle & wijn, and he puttynge into hys iument or hors, Iedde into a stable, and dide the cure of hym ; and another day he broughte forth two pens, and gaue to the keper of the stable, and seith, haue thou cure of hym, and what euer thou schalt gyue ouer, I schal yilde to thee whanne I schal come aghen. Who of thes thre semeth to thee to haue be .^eygh'jore *p hym that fel into theefes? and he seyde he that dide mercy into hym. and ihu seith to bym, go thou & do thou on like maner.

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Drede we therfore bretheren leste parauenture the bihest of entrynge into his I Therfor drede wee lest parauenture while the bihest of entrynge into his reste

reste lefte or forsaken or deniyde for to be, any of vs be gesside awey. forsotl it is tolde to vs as & to hem, and the worde herde profitide not to hem not mengide to feith of thes thingis that thei herden. forsothe we that haue bileuyde schulen entre into reste, as he seyde as I swore in my wrath, gif ttrei schulen entre into my reste. and sothely the workis made parfite fro the o.denaunce of the worlde. forsothe he seyde thus in sum place of the seueneth iay, and god restide in the seueneth day fro alle his werkis. and in this eftesone, *if thei schulen entre into my reste. therfore for it leeueth or is ouer, snramen for to entre into it and thei to whiche the firste it is tolde entreden not for here vnbileue. eftesone he termyneth sumday to day, seyinge in dauyd aftir so myche of tyme as it is bifore seyde, to day gif yee haue herde his voyce, nyl yee harden youre herds, as in the ilke wraththinge. for whi gif Ihu hadde gouen reste to hem, he schulde neuer speke of other aftir that day. therfore saboth halowyng is lefte, to the puple of god. forsothe he that entride into his reste, & he restide of his werkis, as & god of his. therfore haste we for to entre into that reste, that no man falle into the same ensaumple of vnbileue. forsothe the worde of god is quycke & spedy in wirchynge, & more able for to peerse than al two eggide swerde and Btretchynge departide of soule & spirit & of ioyntours & merywis, and the departer or demer of thoughtis & intenciounis of hertis. & no creature is inuisible in the sighte of god. forsothe alle thyngis ben nakide & open to his eyzen, to whom a word to us. therfore we hauing a greet bischop that perside heuenes Jhu the sone of god, holde we the confession of oure feith. forsothe we haue not a bischop that mHy not suffre togedir to oure infirmytees or freeltets, but temptide orprouedeby alle thingis for licknesse withouten synne. therfore go we with trist to the trone of his grace, that we gete mercy, and fynde grace in couenable helpe.

is lefte, that if ony of us bee gessid to bee awey. for it is teld also to us, as to hem, & the word that was herd profitid not to hem, not mcynd to feith, of tho thinges that thei herden. for wee that han bileiud scholen entre into reste, as he seyde, as I swor in my wraththe, thei scholen not entre into my reste. and whanne the werkis weren made parfite at the ordinaunce of the worlde, he seide thus in a place of the seuenthe day, and god restide in the vij day from alle his werkis. and in this place eftsone, thei scholen not entre into my reste. therfor for it sueth that summeu scholen entre into it, & thei to whiche it was telde bifore entriden not for here vnbileeue. eftsone hee termyneth sumday, & seith in dauid to day aftir so myche tyme, of tyme as it is before seid, to day if yee han herd his voyce, nile ye hardne youre hertis. for if ihu hadde gouen reste to hem, he schulde neuer speke of other aftir this day. therfor the saboth is lefte to the pceple of god. for hee that is entride into his reste, restide of his werkis as also god of hise. therfor haste wee to entre in to that reste, that no man falle into the same ensample of vnbileue. for the worde of god is quik & spedy in worchynge, and more able to perse thanne ony tweyne egged swerde & stretchith forth to the departynge of the soule & of the spirit & of the ioyntnig & merewis & demere of thoughtis & of ententis & hertis. and no creature is unuisible in the sight of god, for alle thingis been nakid & open to his izen, to whom a word to us. therfor we that han a grete bischop that persid heuenes ihu the sone of god, holde we knowleching of our hope, for we han not a bischop that may not haue compassioun on oure infirmytes but was temptide by alle thingis by the liknesse without synne. therefore go wee with trist to the trone of his grace, that we gete mercie, & fynde grace in couenable helpe.

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