and she shall say
and I will give thy C[a]mels drink also let her be the one
whom thou hast appointed for thy servent Isaac and thereby shall I know that thou hast
kindness unto my master.
it came to pass before he had done
speaking that Behold
Rebeckah came out
who was born to Bethuel son of
Milcha the wife of Nahor, Abrahams
brother with her pitcher upon her shoulder. and the damsel being a
Virgin very fair to look
upon such as the servent of Abraham had not
seen neither had any man known like unto
her and she went down to the well and
her pitcher and came up.
the servent ran to meet her and said
me I pray thee drink a
little watter of thy pitcher.
my lord and she hasted and let down her pitcher upon her hand, and gave him drink.
when she had done giving him drink
she said, I will draw for thy Camels also, <un>till
<untill> they have done drinking.
she hasted, and emtied her pitcher in to the trough; and ran again unto the well to draw
and drew for all his Camels. And the man wondering at her, held his peace, pondering in his heart wheather
Lord had made his journey prosperous or not.
it came pass as the Camels had done drinking
that the man took a gold<en>
earing earring of half a she kel
weight and two braceletts for her hands of ten she kels weight of gold, and
said Whose daughter art thou
tell me I pray thee and is there ro[o]m in thy fathers
house for us to lodge in
she said unto him, I am
am the daughter of Bethuel the son of Milcha, which she bear unto Nahor. she said
moreover unto him
have both straw and provender enough and
to lodge in.
the man bowed down his head
and worshiped the Lord. and he said Blessed is the Lord [p. 59]