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Geneva Bible Notes (1560): Acts 25

8 c Paul defendeth him self in judgement.

10 d Seing him self betrayed by the ambition of the judge, he desireth that in confideration of his fredome, he may be sent to Rome.

10 e It is lawful to require the defense of the Magistrate to mainteine our right.

13 g This was his owne sister whome he enterteined.

19 h This worde doeth also signifie religion: but he speaketh in contempt of the true doctrine.

23 / Or, auditorie.

26 i Flatteres first vsed to call Tyrants by this name, and after is so growed into vse, that vertuous princes refused it not, as appeareth by Plinies epistles to Trajane.