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2 Incidentally, that principle was not left for Tischendorf to enunciate; Wetstein, in his edition of the New Testament, Vol. ii, p. 859 (Amsterdam, 1752), says: Inter duas uariantes Lectiones, siquae, est εφωνττρος (sic) aut planior aut Graecantior, alteri non protinus praeferenda est, sed contra saepius: and proceeds to give sound reasons for his dictum.

3 C.R., xlvii (1933), p. 216.

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