Date and language:1762 - Dutch
On the title page there is written (in Old Dutch):
"Here is, because of important and well-known reasons,
God's remembrance-name JEHOVAH kept not translated".
In 1755 the first 'Statenbijbel' (State Bible) was published
using the name JEHOVAH in the Old testament everywhere the
Tetragrammaton is found. That is why this edition became to
be known as the 'Jehovah Bible'. Afterwards there were some
of the printer or the publisher is not mentioned out of fear
of adverse consequences. It was forbidden to alter the State
God's name: We are showing:
Psalms 18 and Psalms 19.