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" The emancipation of the national language was subsequently confirmed by another monarch. A curious anecdote in our literary history has recently been disclosed of Henry V. To encourage the use of the vernacular tongue, this monarch, in a letter missive... "
Amenities of literature, sketches and characters of English literature - Sivu 190
tekijä(t) Isaac Disraeli - 1841
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New Historical Literary Study: Essays on Reproducing Texts, Representing History

Jeffrey N. Cox, Larry J. Reynolds - 1993 - 337 sivua
...records in English, they explained (in Latin!) that they had done so because our mother-tongue, to wit the English tongue, hath in modern days begun to be honourably enlarged and adorned, for that our most excellent lord, King Henry V, hath in his letters missive and divers touching his...
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The Oxford Illustrated History of Britain

Kenneth O. Morgan - 2000 - 646 sivua
...admired king, and when they wrote their ordinances in English they noted that 'our mother tongue, to wit, the English tongue, hath in modern days begun to be honourably enlarged and adorned . . . and our most excellent lord, King Henry V, hath procured the common idiom ... to be commended by the exercise...
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Concepts and Patterns of Service in the Later Middle Ages

Anne Curry, Elizabeth Matthew - 2000 - 195 sivua
...Reign of Henry V (1414-1422)', BJRL, 16 (1932), 137-87. Company: 'whereas our mother-tongue, to wit the English tongue, hath in modern days begun to be honourably enlarged and adorned, for that our most excellent lord, King Henry V, hath in his letters missive and divers affairs touching...
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