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That’s beyond my technical paygrade, though perhaps I could learn how to do this. I worry more about its being ethical, especially when the text is the Bible! On the other hand, if it’s legal and I can get the technical chops that may be what I’ll end up doing. The Hathi Trust has a Bible printed in Cambridge in the 1630’s and it is unquestionably an edition of the Authorized Version. But the underlying OCR is mainly garbage.
Could you script the downloads with wget or something similar?
On Mar 17, 2017 6:14 PM, "Martin Mueller" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Is there a free digital version of the 1611 King James Bible in its original spelling? The TCP doesn’t have it. The Oxford Text Archive has a version in standardized spelling. At http://kingjamesbibleonline.org there is an original spelling version, and it is aligned with good images (which appear to come from Penn), but you can’t download it as a whole, though you could get it chapter by chapter, which would be pretty tedious.