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TYNDALE’S earliest Prologue, having been subsequently altered by him for publication as a separate treatise, has already been given to the subscribers to this volume in the text and notes of the Pathway. The next composition of the same class was an epistle ‘To the Reader,’ at the close of his first published version of the New Testament. It is not in Day’s folio of his works, but was given to the public by Mr. Offor, in his reprint of the New Testament of 1526, from the unique copy of that edition preserved in the Museum of the Baptists’ College at Bristol, with which Mr. Offor’s reprint of the epistle to the Reader has again been collated for this edition by the Revelation T. S. Crisp, president of that college.
The other Prologues and Prefaces being in Day’s folio of 1573, his text of them has been collated by the editor, either with Tyndale’s own editions of his New Testament and Pentateuch, or with the reprints of them in Matthews’ Bible of 1536.]