Ver. 66,67 Their horses were seven hundred thirty and
six, their mules two hundred forty and five, their camels four
hundred thirty and five, [their] asses six thousand seven hundred
] So that the far greatest part of them must walk on foot, since
these can be thought to be little more than sufficient to carry
their goods or baggage; some copies of the Vulgate Latin read six
hundred and thirty six horses F3.
F3 Ed. of Sixtus V. and the Lovain in
James's Contrariety of Popish Bibles, p. 295.