rhemes1582
@Corona Mirror
The notes for the text in Rhemes New Testament are of singular importance, and were removed (most of them) By Bishop Challoner in his 1749 revision of the text. The Protestants really took objection to them and labled them rhemish notes. I found them very instructive, and I have read they were partly placed in volume to help priests bring lapsed Catholics back into the Church.
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@Corona Mirror
The notes for the text in Rhemes New Testament are of singular importance, and were removed (most of them) By Bishop Challoner in his 1749 revision of the text. The Protestants really took objection to them and labled them rhemish notes. I found them very instructive, and I have read they were partly placed in volume to help priests bring lapsed Catholics back into the Church.
The notes can be found in
1582
1600
1630
1633
1738
Editions
Just before Catholic Emmancipation of 1828/9 There was another Catholic Edition that reproduced the notes (Most of the rhemish notes) with the text, to the great displeasure of English speaking Protestants. The 1816 McMahnon Edition of the Douay Biblepublished in a fine Quarto
I believe this edition helped bring about the well know Haydock Edition (after Fr. Leo Haydock).
Haydock's notes are excellent but they are not the notes of the original Rhemes 1582.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Corona Mirror
Thank you for sharing! Happy Thanksgiving!
rhemes1582
@Corona Mirror
I prefer holding books in hand so I can't help with an app or tool. But they do reprint the original in New Typset or by Facsimile, and it is correct as I have seen an read an original volume.
Sorry for promoting Amazon up here, but for example amazon.com/…heims-Testament-Modern-Typeset-Large/dp/0990954730
I have both. I personaly prefer the facsimile, but it takes a while …More
@Corona Mirror
I prefer holding books in hand so I can't help with an app or tool. But they do reprint the original in New Typset or by Facsimile, and it is correct as I have seen an read an original volume.
Sorry for promoting Amazon up here, but for example amazon.com/…heims-Testament-Modern-Typeset-Large/dp/0990954730
I have both. I personaly prefer the facsimile, but it takes a while to adjust to old spelling and speech.
@Amanda Hollingsworth I disagree with you on this point. The Authors of King James edition of 1611 were given instructions not to refer to the Rhemes Doway (Catholic Translation) of Holy Scripture It is/was a Sectarian Translation.
Corona Mirror
Thanks. I will check the source you provided later.
Amanda Hollingsworth
Still very faithful to prime sources.
rhemes1582
Stick with The Rhemes New Testament edited in part by Fr. Gregory Martin 1582 and the Old Testament published Doway 1609 and 1610
Corona Mirror
Thank you for recommendation. May I ask which tool you are using for studying Bible? The one I am using don't have the Doway 1609 and 1610.