I. ALL words enclosed in brackets, such as, [this,] are supplements.
II. All those in parentheses, such as, (this,) are explanatory clauses, found in the original text.
III. All words and sentences printed in Italics, not preceded by inverted commas, are spurious readings, or interpolations, and at best of doubtful authority, according to Griesbach's improved Greek text.
IV. All words in Italics, preceded by inverted commas, "such as," are quotations from the ancient prophetes or other writings; such words in these quotations as are by Griesbach marked spurious, are in Roman.

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