Haydock O'Shea Edition

Title The / Holy Bible; / Translated from / The Latin Vulgate, / Diligently Compared with / the Hebrew, Greek, and Other Editions, in Divers Languages / The Old Testament, / First Published by the English College, at Douay, A.D. 1609; / and / The New Testament, / First Published by the English College, at Rhemes, A.D. 1582. / the Whole Revised and Diligently Compared with the Latin Vulgate. with / References, Historical and Chronological Index,and / Useful Notes, / Critical, Historical, Controversial, and Explanatory, Selected from Those of the Most Eminent Commentators./ by the Rev. Geo. Leo Haydock. / with the Approbation of / John, Cardinal McCloskey, / Archbishop of New York. / New York: / P. O'Shea. Publisher. 37 Barclay Street
Date 1868?
Publisher P. O'Shea, New York
Images Title page
Contents The complete Bible in the Douay Version as revised first by Challoner and later by MacMahon with extended annotations by Fathers George Leo Haydock (1774-1849), Benedict Rayment (1764-1842), et al.
References POPE 732-9? & OHLHAUSEN BA 10.
Comments A curious edition of the Haydock Bible with only part of the extended annotations. It is an American issue of an Irish edition first published in 1865, with the in-text illustrations removed and the added space filled in with the annotations. Pope refers to it as "folio" but it is actually an "Imperial" quarto. A smaller "Royal" quarto edition was also issued with the red page borders trimmed.


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