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BibleThe Story of the King James Version 1611–2011$

Gordon Campbell

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199693016

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199693016.001.0001

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Bibliography references:

The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography has articles on many of the people mentioned in the text and in Appendix 1. Several figures connected with the translation (John Aglionby, Robert Barker, John Bill, William Branthwaite, Richard Brett, John Richardson) are described in a thematic ODNB article called ‘Translators of the Authorized Version of the Bible.’ The following are the subject of individual entries:

  • George Abbot

  • William Lindsay Alexander

  • Henry Alford

  • King Alfred

  • Lancelot Andrewes

  • Joseph Angus

  • John Bale

  • Richard Bancroft

  • Christopher Barker

  • William Barlow

  • John Baskerville

  • John Baskett

  • Bede

  • William Bedwell

  • Robert Lubbock Bensly

  • Edward Henry Bickersteth

  • Thomas Bilson

  • John Birrell

  • William Blake

  • Joseph Williams Blakesley

  • Charles James Blomfield

  • John Bois

  • Richard Bristow

  • Hugh Broughton

  • David Brown

  • Edward Harold Browne

  • John William Burgon

  • Andrew Byng

  • (p.315) John Cassell

  • Laurence Chaderton

  • Thomas Chenery

  • Richard Clerke

  • Thomas James Cobden- Sanderson

  • William Cole

  • Miles Coverdale

  • Thomas Cranmer

  • Thomas Cromwell

  • William Dakins

  • William Daniel

  • John Nelson Darby

  • Andrew Bruce Davidson

  • John Nelson Darby

  • Francis Dillingham

  • George Cunninghame

  • Monteath Douglas

  • Andrew Downes

  • George D’Oyly

  • Samuel Rolles Driver

  • John Dryden

  • John Duport

  • John Eadie

  • Richard Edes

  • Queen Elizabeth

  • Charles John Ellicott

  • Renold Elstrack

  • Desiderius Erasmus

  • John Evelyn

  • Frederick William Faber

  • Patrick Fairbairn

  • John Fell

  • Roger Fenton

  • Frederick Field

  • Thomas Fuller

  • Stephen Gardiner

  • William Ged

  • John Dury Geden

  • Robert Gell

  • Anthony Gilby

  • Christian David Ginsburg

  • Thomas Goade

  • Christopher Goodman

  • Richard Grafton

  • James Granger

  • John Harmar

  • Benjamin Harrison

  • Thomas Harrison

  • Thomas Rice Henn

  • King Henry VIII

  • Lord Arthur Charles Hervey

  • Hans Holbein the younger

  • Thomas Holland

  • Richard Hooker

  • Fenton John Anthony Hort

  • William Howley

  • William Gilson Humphry

  • John Husbands

  • Ralph Hutchinson

  • (p.316) Thomas Henry Huxley

  • John Jebb Edward Johnston

  • Benjamin Jowett

  • Franciscus Junius

  • William Kay

  • Benjamin Hall Kennedy

  • Richard Kilbye

  • John Kitto

  • Henry Knighton

  • John Knox

  • Vicesimus Knox

  • Arthur Lake

  • Sir Thomas Lake

  • William Laud

  • John Layfield

  • Stanley Leathes

  • William Lee

  • Clive Staples Lewis

  • John Lightfoot

  • Joseph Barber Lightfoot

  • Edward Lively

  • William Lloyd

  • Rowland Lockey

  • Joseph Rawson Lumby

  • Thomas Babington Macaulay

  • Richard Mant

  • Gregory Martin

  • Queen Mary

  • Joseph Mede

  • Sir John Baptiste de Medina

  • Charles Merivale

  • William Milligan

  • John Milton

  • George Moberly

  • John More

  • William Fiddian Moulton

  • James Murray

  • John Henry Newman

  • Samuel Newth

  • Bonham Norton

  • Alfred Ollivant

  • John Overall

  • Thomas Payne

  • Edward Hayes Plumptre

  • Alfred Pollard

  • Anthony Purver

  • Thomas Penson De Quincey

  • John Rainolds

  • Thomas Ravis

  • Alexander Roberts

  • John Rogers

  • Richard Rolle

  • Henry John Rose

  • Henry St John, Viscount Bolingbroke

  • George Saintsbury

  • Thomas Sampson

  • Adrian Saravia

  • Sir Henry Savile

  • Archibald Henry Sayce

  • (p.317) James Scholefield

  • Robert Scott

  • Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener

  • Thomas Secker

  • John Selden

  • William Selwyn

  • William Shakespeare

  • George Vance Smith

  • Miles Smith

  • Robert Payne Smith

  • William Robertson Smith

  • John Speed

  • John Spenser

  • Arthur Penrhyn Stanley

  • Jonathan Swift

  • Connop Thirlwall

  • Giles Thomson

  • Richard Thomson

  • William Thorne

  • Laurence Tomson

  • Samuel Prideaux Tregelles

  • Richard Chenevix Trench

  • Cuthbert Tunstal

  • William Tyndale

  • Ambrose Ussher

  • James Ussher

  • Charles John Vaughan

  • George Villiers, duke of Buckingham

  • Sir Emery Walker

  • Samuel Ward

  • Brooke Foss Westcott

  • Edward Whitchurch

  • John Whitgift

  • William Whittingham

  • Samuel Wilberforce

  • Mary Wollstonecraft

  • Thomas Wood

  • Charles Wordsworth

  • Christopher Wordsworth

  • William Wright

  • William Aldis Wright

  • John Wyclif

  • Robert Young

The American National Biography has entries on the following:

  • Robert Aitken

  • Ethan Allen

  • John James Audubon

  • Lyman Beecher

  • John Gadsby Chapman

  • Charles Chauncy

  • Samuel Danforth

  • Samuel Davies

  • (p.318) Timothy Dwight

  • Jonathan Edwards

  • Dwight David Eisenhower

  • John Watson Foster

  • Theodorus Jacobus Freylinghuysen

  • Warren Gamaliel Harding

  • George Emlen Hare

  • Charles Hodge

  • Henry Edwards Huntington

  • Andrew Jackson

  • Charles Portfield Krauth

  • Abraham Lincoln

  • Martin Luther King

  • John Livingston Lowes

  • John Pierpont Morgan

  • Thomas Paine

  • Matthew Brown Riddle

  • Thomas Secker

  • Edward Robinson

  • Bruce Rogers

  • Philip Schaff

  • Cyrus Ingerson Scofield

  • Charles Short

  • Henry Boynton Smith

  • Julia Evelina Smith

  • Miles Smith

  • Shubal Stearns

  • Calvin E. Stowe

  • William Howard Taft

  • Zachary Taylor

  • Gilbert Tennent

  • Cornelius Van Alen Van Dyck

  • William Fairfield Warren

  • George Washington

  • Benjamin West

  • George Whitefield

  • Theodore Dwight Woolsey


[The title of the KJV remains constant, and so is not repeated in full in the list of later editions.]

The Holy Bible: Containing the Old Testament and the New. Authorised and Appointed to be Read in Churches (London, 1602) [The Bishops’ Bible; a copy in the Bodleian Library in Oxford has annotations by the KJV translators].

(p.319) The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament, and the New. Newly Translated out of the Original Tongues, and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty’s Special Commandment. Appointed to be read in churches. Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, Printer to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty. Anno Dom. 1611 [the 1st edn; ‘He’ Bible].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (London, 1611) [the 2nd edn; ‘She’ Bible].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (Cambridge, 1629) [the first Cambridge folio].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (London, 1631) [the Wicked Bible].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (Cambridge, 1638) [the second Cambridge folio].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (Oxford, 1675) [the first Oxford quarto].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (Oxford, 1679) [the second Oxford quarto].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (London, 1701) [includes Ussher’s chronology].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (Oxford, 1717) [Thomas Baskett’s ‘Vinegar Bible’].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (Cambridge, 1743) [ed. F. S. Parris].

The Holy Bible … Commandment (Cambridge, 1763) [the Baskerville Bible].

Purver, Anthony, A New and Literal Translation of the Books of the Old and New Testament (2 vols, London, 1764).

(p.320) The Holy Bible … Commandment (Oxford, 1769) [ed. Benjamin Blayney; a copy in the Cambridge University Library has extensive annotations by Gilbert Buchanan].

The Holy Bible According to the Authorised Version, with Notes Explanatory and Practical … together with Appropriate Introductions, Tables, Indexes, Maps, and Plans. Prepared and Arranged by George D’Oyly … and Richard Mant … under the Direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Oxford, 1817).

The Holy Bible: An Exact Reprint in Roman Type, Page for Page of the Authorised Version Published in the Year MDCXI (Oxford, 1833).

The Holy Bible: According to the Authorised Version, Containing the Old and New Testaments: With Original Notes, and Pictorial Illustrations (3 vols, London, 1836–8) [the Kitto Pictorial Bible].

The Illuminated Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments … With Marginal Readings, References, and Chronological Dates. Also, the Apocrypha. … Embellished with Sixteen Hundred Historical Engravings by J. A. Adams, more than Fourteen Hundred of which are from Original Designs by J. G. Chapman (New York, 1846) [Harper’s Illuminated Bible].

Scrivener, F. H. A. (ed.), The Cambridge Paragraph Bible of the Authorised English Version, with the Text Revised by a Collation of its Early and Other Principal Editions, the Use of Italic Type Made Uniform, the Marginal References Remodelled (Cambridge, 1873) [Zondervan uses this text for Bibles such as the King James Life in the Spirit Study Bible: An International Study Bible for Spirit-Filled Christians (2003)].

(p.321) Palmer, Edwin, JAIMG DIAHGJG. The Greek Testament with the Readings Adopted by the Revisers of the Authorised Version (Oxford, 1881; republished London, 2007).

Schaff, Philip (ed.), The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated out of the Original Tongues, Being the Version Set Forth a.d. 1611, Compared with the Most Ancient Authorities and Revised a.d. 1881–1885, Newly Edited by the American Revision Committee a.d. 1901, Standard Edition (New York, 1901) [American Standard Version; revised as New American Standard Bible (NT 1963, OT 1971; rev. edn, 1995)].

The English Bible containing the Old Testament and the New Translated out of the Original Tongues by Special Command of His Majesty King James the First and now Reprinted with the Text Revised by a Collation of its Early and Other Principal Editions and Edited by the Late F. H. Scrivener (5 vols, Hammersmith, 1902–5) [The Doves Press Bible].

The Scofield Reference Bible (1909; 2nd edn, 1917).

Pollard, A. W. (ed.), The Holy Bible: A Facsimile in a Reduced Size of the Authorised Version Published in the Year 1611, with an Introduction by A. W. Pollard and Illustrative Documents (Oxford, 1911).

Pollard, A. W. (ed.), The Holy Bible: An Exact Reprint in Roman Type, Page for Page of the Authorised Version Published in the Year 1611, with an Introduction by A. W. Pollard (Oxford, 1911).

The 1911 Tercentenary Commemoration Bible: The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments Translated out of the Original Tongues and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by King James’s Special Command 1611: (p.322) The Text Carefully Corrected and Amended (New York and London, 1911).

The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty’s Special Command: Appointed to be Read in Churches (Oxford, 1935) [The Oxford Lectern Bible].

The Holy Bible, Revised Standard Version (London and New York, NT 1946, OT 1952, Apocrypha 1957; ‘Modified Edition’, 1962).

The Holy Bible: Revised Standard Edition: Catholic Edition (Oxford and San Francisco, NT 1965, OT, 1966; 2nd edn, 2006) [known as ‘Ignatius Edition’ or RSV-CE].

English, E. Schuyler (ed.), The New Scofield Reference Bible (New York and London, 1967).

The Holy Bible, Revised Standard Version. Containing the Old and New Testaments with the Apocrypha/Deuteroncanonical Books: An Ecumenical Edition (New York and London, 1973) [cover title: Common Bible].

May and Bruce M. Metzger (eds.), The New Oxford Annotated Bible with the Apocrypha: Revised Standard Version, Containing the Second Edition of the New Testament and an Expanded Edition of the Apocrypha (Oxford and New York 1977; 4th edn, 2010) [the ‘Ecumenical Study Bible’].

The Holy Bible: New King James Version (London and Nashville, TN, NT 1979, OT 1982).

The Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version (Oxford and New York, 1989) [this is the text used in The New Oxford Annotated Bible with Apocrypha (3rd edn, 2001), The Oxford New Revised Standard Version Anglicized Cross-Reference Edition (1995), and The Green Bible (2008).

(p.323) The Holy Bible: English Standard Version (London, 2001) [evangelical revision of RSV].

21st-Century King James Version (Gary, SD, 1994, known as KJ21); later revision Third Millenium Bible, known by its subtitle as the New Authorized Version (2004).

The Scofield Study Bible III: King James Version (Oxford and New York, 2003) [3rd edn of the Scofield Reference Bible].

David Norton (ed.), The New Cambridge Paragraph Bible with the Apocrypha: King James Version (Cambridge, 2005) [this text has subsequently been published as The Bible in Penguin Classics (2006) and in a Folio Society edition (London, 2011)].

Robert Carroll and Stephen Prickett (eds.), The Bible: Authorized King James Version (Oxford and New York, 2008) [Oxford Classics edn].

Gordon Campbell (ed.), The Holy Bible: Quatercentenary Edition (Oxford and New York, 2010).

Books and Articles

Allen, Ward S., Translating for King James (Nashville, TN, 1969).

—— Translating the New Testament Epistles, 1604–1611: A Manuscript from King James’s Westminster Company (Ann Arbor, MI, 1977).

—— and Jacobs, Edward C., The Coming of the King James Gospels: A Collation of the Translators’ Work-in-Progress (Fayetteville, AR, 1995).

Barlow, William, The Summe and Substance of the Conference … at Hampton Court (London, 1604); facsimile ed. William T. Costello and Charles Keenan (Gainsville, FL, 1965).

(p.324) Barnard, John, McKenzie, D. F., McKitterick, David, and Willison, I. R. (eds.), The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain (6 vols; 5 vols to date, Cambridge, 1999–2009).

Barnard, John, ‘Politics, Profits and Idealism: John Norton, the Stationers’ Company and Sir Thomas Bodley’, Bodleian Library Record, 17 (2002), 385–408.

—— ’The Financing of the Authorized Version, 1610–1612: Robert Barker and “Combining” and “Sleeping” Stationers’, Publishing History, 57 (2005), 5–52.

Bebbington, D. W., Evangelicalism in Modern Britain: A History from the 1730s to the 1980s (London, 1989).

Blagden, Cyprian, The Stationers’ Company: A History, 1403–1959 (London, 1960).

Bonomi, Patricia U., Under the Cope of Heaven: Religion, Society, and Politics in Colonial America (New York and Oxford, 1986; 2nd edn, 2003).

Boone, Kathleen C., The Bible Tells Them So: The Discourse of Protestant Fundamentalism (Albany, NY, 1989).

Boritt, Gabor, The Gettysburg Gospel: The Lincoln Speech that Nobody Knows (New York and London, 2006).

Brown, Callum, The Death of Christian Britain: Understanding Secularization 1800–2000 (London, 2001).

Cadwallader, Alan, ‘The Politics of Translation of the Revised Version: Evidence from the Newly Discovered Notebooks of Brooke Foss Westcott’, Journal of Theological Studies, 58 (2007), 415–39.

Carey, John, The Intellectuals and the Masses: Pride and Prejudice among the Literary Intelligentsia, 1880–1939 (London, 1992).

Carpenter, Joel A., Revive Us Again: The Reawakening of American Fundamentalism (New York and Oxford, 1997).

(p.325) Carter, Harry, A History of Oxford University Press: Volume 1, to the Year 1780 (Oxford, 1975).

Chambers, Talbot, A Companion to the Revised Old Testament (New York, 1885).

Corbett, Margery, and Lightbown, Ronald, The Comely Frontispiece: The Emblematic Title-Page in England, 1550–1660 (London, 1979).

Cross, Whitney, The Burned-Over District: The Social and Intellectual History of Enthusiastic Religion in Western New York, 1800–1850 (Ithaca, NY,and London, 1950).

Crystal, David, Begat: The King James Bible and the English Language (Oxford and New York, 2010).

Cummings, Brian, The Literary Culture of the Reformation: Grammar and Grace (Oxford and New York, 2002).

Curtis, Thomas, The Existing Monopoly, an Inadequate Protection of the Authorised Version of Scripture (London, 1833).

Daiches, Samuel, The Bible as Literature: A Lecture (London, 1929).

Daniell, David, The Bible in English: Its History and Influence (New Haven, 2003).

Dinsmore, Charles Allen, The English Bible as Literature (London, 1931).

Discoveries in the Judean Desert (40 vols, Oxford, 1956–2010) [Dead Sea Scrolls].

Eliot, T. S., ‘Religion and Literature’, in V. A. Demant (ed.), The Faith that Illuminates (London, 1935).

Faber, F.W., An Essay on the Interest and Characteristics of the Lives of the Saints, with Illustrations from Mystical Theology (London, 1853).

Ferrell, Lori Anne, The Bible and the People (New Haven, 2008).

(p.326) —— ’Biblical Proportions: How the Art of Extra-Illustration Produced a Unique Version of the Bible’, Huntington Frontiers (Fall/Winter 2006), 16–20.

Foster, Joseph, Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1500–1714 (4 vols, Oxford, 1891).

Fry, Francis, A Description of the Great Bible … [and] of Editions in Large Folio of the Authorised Version (London, 1865).

Gadd, Ian, ‘Covering God’s Ass: New Light on the Wicked Bible of 1631’, unpublished paper read at University of Reading and at Claremont College (conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing), 2003.

Gaines, William H., Jr., ‘The Continental Congress Considers the Publication of a Bible, 1777’, Studies in Bibliography, 3 (1950), 274–81.

Gardiner, John Hays, The Bible as English Literature (London, 1906).

Gaustad, Edwin S., The Great Awakening in New England (New York, 1957).

Gell, Robert, An Essay toward the Amendment of the Last English Translation of the Bible (London, 1659).

Greenslade, S. L. (ed.), The Cambridge History of the Bible: The West from the Reformation to the Present Day (Cambridge, 1963).

Greg, W. W., A Companion to Arber (Oxford, 1967).

—— and Boswell, E. (eds.), Records of the Court of the Stationers’ Company, 1576 to 1602, from Register B (London, 1930).

Gubar, Susan, Judas: A Biography (New York, 2009).

Hammond, Gerald, The Making of the English Bible (Manchester, 1982).

(p.327) Hatch, Nathan O., The Democratization of American Christianity (New Haven, 1989).

—— and Noll, Mark A. (eds.), The Bible in America (New York and Oxford, 1982).

Herbert, A. S., Historical Catalogue of Printed Editions of the English Bible, 1525–1961 (London and New York, 1968).

Howsam, Leslie, Cheap Bibles: Nineteenth-Century Publishing and the British and Foreign Bible Society (Cambridge, 1991).

Hunt, A., ‘Book Trade Patents, 1603–1640’, in A. Hunt, G. Mandelbrote, and A. Shell (eds.), The Book Trade and its Customers, 1450–1900: Historical Essays for Robin Myers (Winchester and New Castle, DE, 1997), 27–54.

Huxley, Thomas Henry, ‘The School Boards: What they Can Do and what they May Do’, Contemporary Review, 16 (1870), 1–15.

Innes, Kathleen, The Bible as Literature (London, 1930).

Jackson, W.A. (ed.), Records of the Court of the Stationers’ Company, 1602 to 1640 (London, 1957).

Jacobs, E. C., ‘Old Testament Annotations in a Bishops’ Bible, 1602’, Bodleian Library Record, 9 (1974), 173.

—— ’An Old Testament Copytext for the 1611 Bible’, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 69/1 (1975), 1–15.

—— ’Two Stages of Old Testament Translation for the King James Bible’, Library, 6th ser., 2/1 (Mar. 1980), 16–39.

—— ’King James’s Translators: The Bishops’ Bible New Testament Revised’, Library, 6th ser., 14/2 (June 1992), 100–26.

Kilburne, William, Dangerous Errors in Several Late Printed Bibles (London, 1659 [i.e. 1660]).

Knott, David, ‘James Gibbs’s “Illustrations of Popular Literature” ’ (University of Reading Library Special Collections Service, 2008).

(p.328) Lambert, C. S., ‘The Printers and the Government, 1604–1637’, in R. Myers and M. Harris, Aspects of Printing from 1600 (Oxford, 1987), 1–29.

Larsen, Timothy, Friends of Religious Equality: Nonconformist Politics in Mid-Victorian England (Woodbridge, Suffolk and Rochester, NY, 1999).

—— Contested Christianity: The Political and Social Context of Victorian Theology (Waco, TX, 2004).

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Lightfoot, J. B., Trench, Richard C., and. Ellicott, C. J., The Revision of the English Version of the New Testament (New York, 1873).

Lowes, John Livingston, Essays in Appreciation (Boston, 1931) [contains essay on ‘The Noblest Monument of English Prose’].

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—— A Textual History of the King James Bible (Cambridge, 2005).

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—— Benjamin Franklin and his Gods (Urbana, IL, 1999).

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