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" For it is not much above one hundred years ago, since Scripture hath not been accustomed to be read in the vulgar tongue within this realm : and many hundred years before that, it was translated and read in the Saxons... "
John Cassell's Illustrated History of England: From the earliest period to ... - Page 418
by William Howitt, John Cassell - 1857
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

...take pleasure in supplying, of the truth of his authoritative statement. " For," writes Cranmer, " it is not much above one hundred years ago since Scripture...be read in the vulgar tongue within this realm."-\ We will only add, to what we have already advanced, an invitation to our readers to look on both sides...
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The Life of Archbishop Cranmer, Volume 1

Henry John Todd - Bishops - 1831
...custom for the reading of the Scripture in the vulgar tongue, and prescribe the more ancient custom. For it is not much above one hundred years ago, since...years before that, it was translated and read in the Saxons' tongue, which at that time was our mother-tongue ; whereof there remain yet divers copies,...
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The remains of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury

Thomas Cranmer - Theology - 1833
...custom for the reading of the Scripture in the vulgar tongue, and prescribe the more ancient custom. For it is not much above one hundred years ago, since...years before that, it was translated and read in the Saxons' tongue, which at that time was our mother's tongue; whereof there remaineth yet divers copies,...
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THE BRITISH MAGAZINE, AND MONTHLY REGISTER OF RELIGIOUS AND ECCLESIASTICAL ...

J.G & F Rivington - 1836
...tongue, and prescribe the more ancient custom. Éor it is NOT MUCH ABOVE ONE HUNDRED TEARS AGO since the Scripture hath not been accustomed to be read in the vulgar tongue, in this realm ; and many hundred years before that, it was translated and read in the Saxon's tongue,...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 9

Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland - Theology - 1836
...tongue, and prescribe the more ancient custom. For it is NOT MUCH ABOVE ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO since the Scripture hath not been accustomed to be read in the vulgar tongue in this realm ; and many hundred years before that, it was translated and read in the Saxon's tongue,...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1837
...reverently red." Sir Tho. More. Dialog, iii. 14. The same is asserted by archbishop Cranmer. " His not much above one hundred years ago since scripture...years before that it was translated and read in the " Saxons' tongue .... and when this language waned old and out of " cummon usage, because folk should...
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Light from the West; or, The Cornish parochial visitor, ed. by H.A. Simcoe ...

Henry Addington Simcoe - 1837
...by custom, we might also allege custom for the reading of the Scriptures in the vulgar tongue; for it is not much above one hundred years ago since Scripture hath been accustomed to be read in the vulgar tongue within this realm, and many hundred y«ars before that...
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Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with ..., Volume 2

Christopher Wordsworth (DD.) - Christian biography - 1839
...laie people, that though : Im their mother tongue.] " It is not much above an hundred yeare ago, 4=nce scripture hath not been accustomed to be read in the vulgar tongue, or in English, within this realm" (the grand prevention and prohibition of this bl-ssing was occasioned...
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Historical and Biographical Works: Memorials of Thomas Cranmer. 1840

John Strype - 1840
...custome For it is not much above one hundred years agoe, since Scripture hath not been accustomed to bee read in the vulgar tongue within this realm : and...years before that, it was translated and read in the Saxons tongue, which at that time was our mother tongue : whereof there remain yet divers copies, found...
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The Life and Pontificate of Gregory the Seventh, Volume 1

John William Bowden - 1840
...(ie before AD 1540) "since the Scripture hath not been accustomed to be read in the vulgar tongue in this realm ; and many hundred years before that, it was translated and read in the Saxon's tongue, which at that time was our mother's tongue, whereof there remaineth yet diverse copies found lately...
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