1832 King James Bible
Thomas Scott Bible of 1832 – 6 Volumes.
The Old and New Testaments,
According To The Authorized Version;
And Copious Marginal References,
Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks.
A New Edition,
With The Author’s Last Corrections And Improvements;
And With Ten Maps.
Said of this Edition of the Scott’s Bible:
The most important improvement, which it has received, consists in the copious critical remarks which have been introduced. Many of these occur in the Old Testament, in all which the original words, in Hebrew characters, pointed, have been substituted for the English Letters, by which they have been before expressed, wherever anything of the kind occurred. In the New Testament these remarks are numerous. Here also new authorities are adduced in support of the criticisms which had been previously made, particularly from Schleusner, to whose valuable Lexicon of the Greek Testament the Author was indebted for much assistance. The critical remarks, it is also to be observed, are now uniformly carried to the end of the note, instead of being interspersed in the body of it.