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" I never, and was born and learned mine English in Kent in the Weald where, I doubt not, is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place of England... "
Bibliotheca Spenceriana: Or, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Books Printed in ... - Page 180
by Earl George John Spencer Spencer, Thomas Frognall Dibdin - 1815
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The Old Printer and the Modern Press

Charles Knight - Press - 1854 - 314 pages
...preface, says, by way of apology for his simpleness and imperfectness in the French and English languages, "In France was I never, and was born and learned mine...I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place of England." The Weald of Kent is now a fertile district, rich in corn-land and pasture,...
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The boatman of the Bosphorus

effendi Abderahman (pseud.) - 1854
...remembered my sympleness ; for in France was I never, and have learned mine English in the wealds of Kent, where I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as is in any place within this reaulmc of Englande ; and thus, when all things came tofore me, I fell into despair of...
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Stories and studies from the chronicles and history of England, by mrs. S.C ...

Anna Maria Hall, mrs. Jonathan Foster - 1859
...remembered my sympleness — for in France was I never, and have learned mine English in the Wealds of Kent, where I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as is in any place within this realme of Englonde — and thus, when all these things came tofore me, I fell into despair...
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle

Missions - 1864
...forest region, with a scanty population ; and we feel no surprise at his saying, in after days, " I was born and learned mine English in Kent, in the Weald, where, I doubt not, is spoken as broad and rudo English as in any place in England." Apprenticed to a inercer in London, he added to his school...
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The Bromley Record and Monthly Advertiser, Volume 1, Issue 48

Bromley (London, England) - 1865
...the French and English languages, must be taken as the only conclusive evidence on the subject: — "In France was I never, and was born and learned mine...doubt not, is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place of England." The Weald of Kent is now a fertile district, rich in corn and pasture land,...
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A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the ..., Volume 2, Issue 1

Kent (England) - 1874
...knowledge of the French and English languages, " In France was I never, and was born and learned my English in Kent, in the Weald, where I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place of England." In some lonely farm of this wild district, therefore, are we, upon the best...
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1874 - 847 pages
...please everyman by cause of diversity and change of language." His own mothertongue, too was that of " Kent in the Weald, where I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place of England ;' and coupling this with his long absence in Flanders, we can hardlj wonder...
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William Caxton, the First English Printer: A Biography

Charles Knight - Printers - 1877 - 158 pages
...says, by way of apology for his simpleness and imperfectness in the French and English languages, " In France was I never, and was born and learned mine...I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place of England." The Weald of Kent is now a fertile district, rich in corn-land and pasture,...
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History of the English People, Volume 2

John Richard Green - Great Britain - 1878
...please every man by cause of diversity and change of language." His own mother-tongue too was that of " Kent in the Weald, where I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place in England ; " and coupling this with his long absence in Flanders we can hardly wonder...
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Readings from English history, selected and ed. by J.R. Green, Volume 2

John Richard Green - 1879
...please every man by cause of diversity and change of language." His own mother-tongue too was that of " Kent in the Weald, where I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place in England ; " and coupling this with his long absence in Flanders we can hardly wonder...
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