At 1 Samuel 2:13, the 1769 Oxford edition of the KJV has this rendering "priest's custom." The 1846 KJV edition published by the American Bible Society has this same rendering as does the 1853 edition by the same publisher. From the 1830's and for a number of years, the KJV edition published by the American Bible Society was considered the standard KJV edition by many publishers in America. A present-day edition of the KJV published by the American Bible Society still has this same rendering. This ABS edition of the KJV may be the only present KJV that keeps the 1769 Oxford's rendering at 1 Samuel 2:13. On the other hand, the present-day Oxford edition of the KJV in the Scofield Reference Bible has "priests' custom." When was this change first made in the KJV and who made the change? What was the greater authority or standard that was used for making this change?