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" ... it was instantly banished from the court. William's laws even were issued in French. A fragment of the Saxon Chronicle, published by Lye, concluding with the year 1079, is still in pretty correct Anglo-Saxon; but in the continuation of the same Chronicle,... "
A Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue: With a Praxis - Page xlviii
by Rasmus Rask - 1830 - 224 pages
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Biblical Repository and Classical Review

Religion - 1835
...but in the continuation of the same Chronicle, from 1135 to 1 140, almost all the inflexions of (he language are either changed or neglected, as well...phrases and idioms. We may, therefore, fix the year 1 100, as the limit of the Anglo-Saxon tongue. The confusion, which prevailed after 1100 belongs to...
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Bela Bates Edwards - Theology - 1858
...tongue could not be immediately extirpated, though it was instantly banished from the court. William's laws even were issued in French. A fragment of the...phrases and idioms. We may, therefore, fix the year 1100 tions." — Bask. These exceptions both answer to the English th, which has first a hard sound, as...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 28

1851
...is stilt n pretty correct Anglo-Saxon ; but, in the continuation of the same chronicle, from 113. to 1140, almost all the inflections of the language are either changed or regulated, as well as the orthography and most of the old phrases aqd idioms. We may, therefore, fix...
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