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" If you look upon the language spoken in the Saxon time, and the language spoken now, you will find the difference to be just as if a man had a cloak that he wore plain in queen Elizabeth's days, and since, here has put in a piece of red, and there a piece... "
Table Talk: Being the Discourses - Page 74
by John Selden - 1786 - 163 pages
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New Practical Speller

James Hosmer Penniman - 1900 - 154 pages
...and the language spoken now, you will find the difference to be just as if a man had a cloak which he wore plain in Queen Elizabeth's days, and since,...the French, Italian, Latin, as every pedantic man pleases.1 "We might almost reconstruct our history, so far as it turned upon the Norman conquest, by...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 26

1842
...language spoken in the Saxon time and the language spoken now, you will find the difference to be just as if a man had a cloak that he wore plain in Queen Elizabeth's...piece of green, and there a piece of orange-tawny.' The sermons of Latimer display many lineaments of Saxon simplicity and strength. If he is frequently...
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