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  • "It is nowe x yeres, since I (seeing the confuse order of our late englishe Chronicles, and the ignorant handling of aunciet affaires) leaning myne own peculiar gains, coscerated my selfe to the searche of our famous antiquities."

    Notes and Queries, Number 19, March 9, 1850

  • A bit of latin, greek, french, and olde englishe need spellchecked. this whole etext NEEDS spellchecked too!!

    Literary Blunders

  • _That he had as good right to coyne as the Queen of Englande, and that he was acquainted with one Poole, a prisoner in newgate, whoe hath great skill in mixture of mettalls, and havinge learned such thinges of him, he ment, thorough help of a cvnnynge stampe-maker, to coyne french crownes, pistolettes, and englishe shillinges.

    The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Vol. 3 (of 3)

  • [Sidenote: The practise of a certen englishe man to teache hys chyld hys letters by shootyng.]

    The Education of Children

  • Emong the englishe men, it greued not the ryght worshypful

    The Education of Children

  • i have this movie in englishe and they sing the opening in english its so cute!

    Tamagotchi Movie Opening Credits | TECHNOLOGY NEWS

  • Poticaries in Germany do name it Lilium Cōvallium, it may be called in englishe May Lilies. "

    The plant-lore & garden-craft of Shakespeare

  • "TheLiterary Interests of the First Carters." p. 50.) [2.13] Louis B. Wright thought this entrymight be The liues of the noble grecians and romanes, compared together by that graue learned philosopher and historiographer, plutarke of chaeronea: translated out of greeke into french by iames amyot, abbot of bellozane, bishop of auxerre, one of the kings priuy counsel, and great amner of fraunce, and out of french into englishe, by Thomas North.

    Inventory of Robert Carter's Estate, November [1733]


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  • Thys ist an olde Englishe commente.

    September 15, 2007

  • Whatte?

    September 15, 2007

  • Groovye!

    September 15, 2007

  • Indeede.

    September 17, 2007

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    September 18, 2007

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    September 18, 2007

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    September 18, 2007

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    September 18, 2007

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    September 18, 2007

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    September 18, 2007