Title The New / Testament / Of Our Lord and Saviour / Jesus Christ: / Translated from the Latin Vulgate. / Compared with the Original Greek. / With Annotations. / Permissu Superiorum / Printed in the Year MDCCXCII.
Publisher Unknown publisher, Edinburgh?
Contents The Rheims New Testament as revised by Challoner with substantial changes by John Geddes (1735-1799) and James Robertson (d. 1820).
Refererences HERBERT 1334, POPE 669-20, COTTON 397, CHAMBERLIN 542-1
Comments John Geddes was a cousin of Alexander Geddes (q.v.) and coadjutor Bishop to the Vicar Apostolic of the Lowland District of Scotland. James Robertson was a Benedictine friar. Their controversial changes to the text were not well accepted and did not have a lasting influence, although the Gospels and Acts from this edition were used in the 1812 "Newcastle" New Testament (infra).
Title The / New Testament / of / Our Lord and Saviour / Jesus Christ, / Translated out of the / Latin Vulgat: / Diligently Compared with the / Original Greek: / and First Published by / The English College of Rhemes, / Anno 1582. / Newly Revised and Corrected According to the / Clementin Edition of the Scriptures. / with Annotations / for Clearing Up Modern Controversies in Religion, and Other / Difficulties of Holy Writ. / Newcastle upon Tyne: / Printed by Preston & Heaton. / 1812.
Publisher Preston & Heaton, Newcastle
Contents The Rheims New Testament as revised by Challoner with substantial changes by John Geddes (1735-1799) and James Robertson (d. 1820) through Acts.
Refererences HERBERT 1567, POPE 670-13, COTTON 235, CHAMBERLIN 543-3
Comments For an unknown reason, the Geddes-Robertson emendations cease in Romans and the standard Challoner text continues. This edition is sometimes identified with Father Robert Worswick, a Newcastle priest who was apparently responsible for having it printed.