Coverdale is noted also as being the birthplace of the divine of that name to whom we owe an early translation of the Bible.
Luther and the Vulgate have omitted it, and therefore so has Coverdale.
Not content with what he had already done, Coverdale persevered in the revision and re-revision of his work.
Coverdale appears only to have translated from the Dutch and Latin into English.
Before Coverdale's return, Tonstall had gone back to London, exulting at carrying with him the books he had bought so dearly.
Coverdale was an ensign in my own regiment, and we were sworn friends from the first.
Only Coverdale's official position as representing the King saved his own life.
That was the Coverdale Bible with which their grandfather had fled to Germany.
It is merely a collation of the texts of Tyndale and Coverdale.
He was a boon companion of the officers' mess; and for a time—and purpose—posed as Coverdale's friend, and mine.