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1 Esdras 1:30
The whole land of Judea mourned for Josiah. The prophet Jeremiah also grieved for Josiah. The leading citizens, with the women, grieve over him until this day. This has become a tradition for the whole nation of Israel to observe.
The king said to his servants, “Take me away from the battle, for I am very weak.” And immediately his servants took him out of the line of battle.
The king said to his servants, ‘Take me away from the battle, for I am very weak.’ And immediately his servants took him out of the line of battle.
And the king said to his servants, “Take me away from the battle, for I am very weak.” And immediately his servants took him out of the line of battle.
And then the king said to his children, or (to his) servants, Moveth me away from the battle; forsooth I am greatly made sick (or very weak). And anon (or at once) his children (or his servants) moved him away from the battle array.
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