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This section presents a list of letters from George Joye to Hugh Latimer (29 April 1533), and John Coke to Brother William (29 April 1533). The list of attached papers, and Joye's address 'Unto the Reader' in His Second New Testament is also presented. The section further includes a list of biblical texts where Joye Changed 'resurreccion' into 'lyfe after this'. The biblical texts are mentioned in Erasmus' Greek, Erasmus' Latin, Vulgate (French), Tyndale and Joye translations.

Keywords: Brother William; George Joye; Second New Testament



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