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The 1791 edition of the KJV,

A fine example of the acceptance of the "Apocrypha" in the King James Version.

The 1791 Printing of the King James Version is a fine example of the acceptance that the "Apocrypha" books found in many editions of this Protestant Bible. This Edition printed at the Press in Worcester, Massachusetts by Isaiah Thomas.

 

Sold by him in Worcester; and at Faust’s Statue, No. 45 Newbury Street, Boston. (MDCCXCI) [1791]. The scan to the right is the title page to the Old Testament, what is so fascinating is the wording "together with of the Apocrypha" books. This scan shows is a clear acceptance of these books as part of the Old Testament.

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It also says that that this was "Done by the Special Command of his Majefty King James I, of England". James I the King of England was the Head of the Church of England [commonly known as today as the Anglican Church] 

 

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