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Matthew's Bible 1537



13:1When Iosua was waxen olde, & strycken in yeres, the Lorde sayde vnto hym, thou art olde, and stricken in yeres,
13:2and there remayneth yet excedinge much lande to be possessed: This is the land that remayneth, al the coostes of the Philistines, and al the Gesurites,
13:3from Nilus in Egypte vnto the borders of Akaron northwarde, whiche lande was counted to pertayne vnto the Cananites, euen to the fyue Lordes of the Phylistynes, the Asathites, the Asdadytes, Ascalonytes, Gethites, Akaronites, with the Euites, from the south.
13:4Al the land of the Cananites, and Maara, that pertayneth to the Sydons, euen vnto Aphek, and to the borders of the Amorites.
13:5And the lande of the Giblytes, and al Libanon towarde the sunne rysynge, from Baal, Gad, vnder mount Hermon, vntyll thou come to Hemath,
13:6al the enhabitoures of the hyll countrey, from Libanon vnto the whote waters euen al the Sydones I will cast them out from before the chyldren of Israel, and se that thou in anye wyse deuyde it by lotte vnto the children of Israel to enheret, as I haue commaunded the.
13:7Nowe therfore deuyde thys land to enherete, vnto the nyne trybes, and the halfe trybe of Manasses.
13:8For the other halfe wyth the Rubenytes, and the Gaddites haue receyued their enheritaunce allready, whiche Moses gaue them beyonde Iordan Eastwarde, euen as Moses the seruaunt of the Lorde gaue them,
13:9from Aroer that lyeth on the brym of the ryuer Arnon, wyth the cytye in the middes of the ryuer. And al the playne of Midba vnto Dibon,
13:10and al the cyties of Sehon, Kinge of the Amorites, which raygned in Hesbon, euen vnto the borders of the children of Ammon,
13:11and Galaad, and the landes that border vpon the Gesurytes and the Machathites, and al mount Hermon & al Basan vnto Salecah:
13:12euen al the kingdom of Og in Basan, which raigned in Astharoth & Edrai, which same remained yet of the Rest of the Raphaites. But Moses smote them and destroyed them.
13:13Neuerthelesse the children of Israel expelled not the Gesurites nor the Machathytes: But the Gesurites & the Machathytes dwelt amonge the Israelites euen vnto thys daye.
13:14Onely vnto the trybe of Leui, he gaue none enheritaunce, for the offerynge of the Lorde God of Israell is their enheritaunce as he sayde vnto them.
13:15And Moses gaue vnto the trybe of the children of Ruben by theyr kinredes.
13:16And theyr coastes were from Aroer that lyeth on the banck of the ryuer Arnon, and the cytye that lyeth in the ryuer, & al the playne aboute Madba,
13:17Hesbon, & al her tounes that lye in the plaine, Dibon Bamothbaal, and Bethbaalmeon:
13:18Iahazah, Kedemoth and Mephaath,
13:19Kiriathaim, Sabamah & Zarath, Zahar, in mount Emak,
13:20and Beth Pheor, and the springes of Phasgah, and Bethiesymoth,
13:21and all the cyties in the playne. And all the kyngdome of Sehon, Kinge of the Amorites, whiche reigned in Hesbon, whom Moses smote wyth the Lordes of Madian, Eui, Rekem, Zur, Hur and Reba, the Lordes of Sehon, and the Enhabitoures of the countrey.
13:22And Balam also the sonne of Beor the sothsayer, the chyldren of Israel slewe wyth the swerde, among other that were slaine.
13:23And the borders of the chyldren of Ruben was Iordan wyth the countrey that lyeth theron. Thys is the enherytaunce of the chyldren of Ruben in their kynredes, wyth the cytyes and vyllages pertaynyng therto.
13:24And Moses gaue vnto the trybe of Gad, euen vnto the children of Gad he gaue by kinredes.
13:25And their coastes were Iazer, & all the cities of Galaad, and halfe the land of the chyldren of Ammon, vnto Aroer that lyeth before Rabah:
13:26And from Hesbon vnto Ramoth Mazphah, and Betonim, and from Mahanaim vnto the borders of Dabyr.
13:27And in the valeye they had Betharam, Bethnimra, Socoth, & Zaphon, the rest of the kyngdome of Sehon Kyng of Hesbon, and Iordan, and the coastes that lye theron, euen vnto the edge of the sea of Ceneroth, on the other syde Iordan eastward.
13:28This is the enheritaunce of the children of Gad in their kinredes, the cities wt their vyllages.
13:29And Moses gaue vnto the halfe trybe of Manasses. And the halfe trybe of Manasses had theyr parte by their kynredes.
13:30And theyr coastes were from Mahanaim, euen all Basan, the kyngdom of Og, Kynge of Basan, and al the tounes of Iayr, whiche lye in Basan, euen thre skore cities,
13:31and halfe Galaad and Astaroth, and Edrai, cities of the kyngedome of Og in Basan, which pertayne vnto the children of Machir the sonne of Manasses, and that vnto halfe the chyldren of Machyr by theyr kynredes.
13:32These are they to which Moses gaue enheritaunce in the feldes of Moab, on the other syde Iordan by Iericho Eastwarde.
13:33But vnto the tribe of Leui, Moses gaue none enherytaunce, for the Lord God of Israel he is their enheritaunce, as he said vnto them.
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.