Scripture Quotes needed for the Encyclopedia of English Bible Versions

I am finishing up work on the new version of my book (to be called The Encyclopedia of English Bible Versions. There are just a few versions for which I have no Scripture samples. If you have any of the Bibles below, would you please send me the verses I need to finish the entry? Thank you and God Bless you!

1. Henry Jessey's Lost Bible (Henry Jessey, et al.). For reference see Condit 1881, 389. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

2. Gordon's New Testament (Robert Gordon). For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 527-4. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

3. Southwell, Henry. The Universal Family Bible: or Christianís Divine Library ... Wherein the mistranslations are corrected by ... Henry Southwell. London: for J. Cooke, 1773. Robert Sanders. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 17-2; Herbert 1968, #1225. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

4. Modern, correct, and close translation of the New Testament, A. London: 1812. W. Williams. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 543-2; Cotton 1852, 114. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

5. Holy Bible, Hebrew and English (Alexander Alexander)--The First (through Fifth) Books Of Moses...in Hebrew And English.... This is the edition published in 1785. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 115-1; Cotton 1852, 118. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

6. Holy Bible, Hebrew and English (Alexander Alexander)--Holy Bible, Hebrew And English, The English A New Translation, With Notes. This is the edition published in 1822. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 115-1; Cotton 1852, 118. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

7. Greaves, Alexander. Gospel of God's Anointed, the Glory of Israel, and the Light of Revelation for the Gentiles: or, the Glad Tidings of the Service, Sacrifice, and Triumph of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God; and of the gracious and mightily operative powers of the Holy Spirit, which were the first-fruits of that labour of divine love: being a recent version, in two parts, of the Christian Greek Scriptures, (commonly called the New Testament,) in which is plainly set forth the New Covenant promised by God through Moses and the Prophets. London: A. Macintosh, 1828. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 547-2; Cotton 1852, 121. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

8. Caldecott, J. M. The Holy Writings of the First Christians, called the New Testament.... Chester: J. Parry & Son, 1835. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 548-4; Herbert 1968, #1811. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

9. Holy Bible, The; Being the English Version of the Old and New Testaments, Made by Order of King James I. Carefully Revised and Amended, the meaning of the sacred original being given, in accordance with the best translations and the most approved Hebrew and Greek lexicographers; By Several Biblical Scholars.... Philadelphia: Published for David Bernard by J. B. Lippincott, 1842. Asahel Clark Kendrick. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 22-2; Cheek 1938, 27-9, 98-100. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

10. Komstok, A. Nw Testament uv Our Lord and Sevyur . . .in Komstokís purfekt alfabet. Filadelphia: A.Komstok, 1848. Andrew Comstock. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 552-1. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

11. New Testament Dictated by the Spirit(1850). For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 552-4. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

12. Interlinear New Testament Translation (Elizabeth Jones). For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 545-2. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

13. Giles, John A. The New Testament, construed from Greek into English literally, and word for word. London: Cornish & Sons, 1857. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 553-5. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

14. Holy Bible (Frederick William Gotch). For reference see . Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

15. Gollancz, Hermann. The Holy Bible, containing the Pentateuch, the Hagiographa, and the Former and Latter Prophets; translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised ... For Jewish Families. London: J.G. Murdoch & Co.; L. Schaap, 1880. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 119-2. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

16. American Version: The New Testament ... Revised A. D. 1881 ... Published for Samuel Williams, formerly Pastor First Baptist Church, Pittsburgh, Pa. New York: Fords, Howard & Hulbert, 1881. For reference see Cheek 1938, 43-4, 149; Hills 1961, #1975. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

17. Jackson, Cortes. The New Testament. . .translated out of the Greek. Denver, Colorado: Collier and Cleaveland, printers, 1883. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 562-4. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

18. Tischendorf, Constantine. The Good News, according to the original text of the oldest known Greek manuscript [Codex Sinaiticus] on the basis of the common English version. Glasgow: John Thomson, 1883. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 615-5, 697-5. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

19. Tischendorf, Constantine. The Apostles: according to the oldest known Greek manuscript, Codex Sinaiticus - original text: or, the Common English version corrected according to the original text of the Sinaitic manuscript. Glasgow: John Thomson, [1890]. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 615-5, 697-5. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

20. New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ (John Joynson). For reference see Paul 2003, 122. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

21. Jewell's Literal Translation (Crews Jewell). For reference see Paul 2003, 117. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

22. Plain Translation of the New Testament by a Student, A. Melbourne, Australia: McCarron Bird & Co. 1921. ? Cook. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 571-2. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

23. Czarnomska, Elizabeth. The Authentic Literature of Israel: Freed from the Disarrangements, Expansions and Comments of Early Native Editors, Part I, From the Exodus to the Exile. The Macmillan Company, 1924. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 122-1. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

24. Czarnomska, Elizabeth. The Authentic Literature of Israel: Freed from the Disarrangements, Expansions and Comments of Early Native Editors, Part II, From the Exile to the Recovery of Israel's Independence. The Macmillan Company, 1928. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 122-1. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

25. Alexander, Albert George. Interpretation of the Entire New Testament, by Apostolos Makrakes. Translated from the original Greek by Albert George Alexander. Orthodox Christian Education Society, 1949. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 582-1. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

27. Craddock, Edward J. The Christ Emphasis New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Translated out of the Original Tongues and Diligently Compared and Revised, 1611. Nashville: Bible Emphasis Publishers, 1967. For reference see Chamberlin 1991, 589-1. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

28. American Holy Bible adapted from the Authorized Version of the Bible containing the Old and New Testaments with Selections from the Scriptures of American Indians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Shintos, and Confucianists. Philadelphia, PA: The American Institute for the Study of Racial and Religious Cooperation, 1984. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.

29. Yaqira, Mar M. The Open Holy Bible: The Old & New Testament, a New Translation from the Oldest Known Aramaic Manuscripts into the English Language. Brooklyn, New York: A-1 Christian Evangelistic Press, 2002. Click here to submit Scriptures for this version.