As many of you know, there are a few differences between the Oxford edition of the KJV and the Cambridge edition of the KJV. I will use the Oxford edition in the Scofield Reference Bible and compare it to a present-day KJV published by Cambridge University Press in Great Britain and identified as a "standard text edition." Oxford [O] Cambridge [C] Josh. 19:2 and Sheba [O] or Sheba [C] 2 Kings 19:23 the Lord [O] the LORD [C] 2 Chron. 33:19 sins [O] sin [C] Neh. 1:11 O Lord [O] O LORD [C} Ps. 148:8 vapours [O] vapour [C] Jer. 34:16 whom he [O] whom ye [C] Nah. 3:16 fleeth [O] flieth [C] Another difference is in the use of the apostrophe. Oxford has an apostrophe in some words "their's" (Matt. 5:3), "your's" (Luke 6:20) while the Cambridge does not. Some spelling differences including the following: [Oxford spelling listed first] </font> Gen. 8:1 asswaged assuaged Gen. 8:11 pluckt plucked Gen. 11:3 morter mortar Gen. 30:37 chesnut chestnut Gen. 39:6 ought aught Exod. 24:6 basons basins Exod. 26:31 vail veil Lev. 14:42 plaistered plastered Lev. 21:20 crookbackt crookbacked Lev. 25:9 jubile jubilee Josh. 6:9 rereward rearward Ruth 1:18 stedfastly steadfastly 1 Kings 6:15 cieling ceiling 2 Chron. 2:16 flotes floats Job 19:17 intreated entreated Ps. 149:6 twoedged two-edged Prov. 20:25 enquiry inquiry Isa. 59:17 cloke cloak Ezek. 4:1 pourtray portray Matt. 17:15 lunatick lunatic Matt. 27:48 spunge sponge Rev. 21:20 chrysolyte chrysolite</font> Does anyone else know of any other differences between the Cambridge edition of the KJV and the Oxford edition of the KJV?