1 a They began to cauil, because he had the glorie of the victorie.
2 b Which haue slaine two princes, Oreb and Zeeb.
2 c This last act of the whole tribe is more famous then the whole enterprise of one man of one familie.
16 / Ebr. brake into pieces as one thresheth corne.
21 l Meaning that they wolde be rid out of their paine at once, or els to haue a valiant man to put them to death.
23 n His intent was to shewe him selfe thankful for this victorie by restoring of religion, which because it was not according as God had commanded, turned to their destruction.
27 o That is, suche things as perteined to the vse of the tabernacle.
30 / Ebr. which came out of his thigh.
35 r They were vnmindeful of God, and vnkind toward him, by whome they had receyued so great a benefit.