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The Great Bible 1539



21:1These are the lawes whyche thou shalt set before them.
21:2If thou bye a seruaunte that is an Hebrue, syxe yeres he shal serue, and in the seuenth he shall goo out fre payinge nothynge.
21:3If he came alone, he shall goo out alone. And yf he came maried, hys wyfe shall goo oute with hym:
21:4And yf hys master haue geuen hym a wyfe and she haue borne hym sonnes or daughters: then the wyfe and hyr children shalbe hir masters and he shall goo oute alone.
21:5And yf the seruaunte saye: I loue my master, my wyfe and my chyldren, I wyll not goo oute fre.
21:6Hys master shall brynge hym vnto the iudges, and sett hym to the doore or the dorepost and hys master shall bore hys eare thorowe with a nawle, and he shalbe hys seruaunte for euer.
21:7And yf a man sell hys daughter to be a seruaunte: she shall not goo oute as the men seruauntes doo.
21:8If she also please not hyr master, and he geueth her to noman to wyfe, then shall he let hyr go fre: to sell her vnto a straunge nacyon shall he haue no power, seinge he despysed her.
21:9If he haue promysed her vnto hys sonne to wyfe, he shall deale with her as men do with theyr daughters.
21:10And yf he take hym another wyfe, yet hyr fode, hyr rayment and dutie of mariage shal he not mynishe.
21:11And yf he do not these thre vnto her, then shall she goo out fre and paye no money.
21:12He that smyteth a man that he dye, shalbe slayne for it.
21:13If a man laye not awayte but God delyuer hym into hys hande, then I wyll poynte the a place whether he shall fle.
21:14If a man come presumpteously vpon hys neyghboure to slee him with gyle, thou shalt take him fro myne alter that he dye.
21:15He that smyteth hys father or hys mother, let hym be slayne for it.
21:16He that stealeth a man and selleth him (yf it be proued vpon hym) shall be slayne for it.
21:17And he that cursseth hys father or mother, shall be put to deth for it.
21:18If men stryue together & one smyte another with a stone or with hys fyste, and he dye not, but lyeth in bedd:
21:19yf he ryse agayne and walke without vpon hys staffe, then shall he that smote him go quyte: saue onely he shall bere hys charges for lesynge hys tyme, and shall paye for hys healynge.
21:20And yf a man smyte hys seruaunte or his mayde with a rodd, and they dye vnder hys hande, it shalbe auenged in dede.
21:21And yf they continue a daye or two, it shall not be auenged, for they are hys money.
21:22Yf men stryue & hurte a woman with chylde, so that hyr frute departe from her, and yet no misfortune foloweth: then shall he be mersed, accordynge as the womans husband wyll laye to his charge, and he shall paye as the dayes men appoynte hym.
21:23And yf any misfortune folowe, then shall he paye lyfe for lyfe
21:24eye for eye, toth for toth, hande for hande, fote for fote,
21:25burning for burninge, wounde for wounde, strype for strype.
21:26And yf a man smyte hys seruaunte or his mayde in the eye that it peryshe, he shall lett them goo fre for the eyes sake.
21:27Also yf he smyte oute hys seruauntes or hys maydes toth, he shall let them go oute fre for the tothes sake.
21:28If an oxe gore a man or a woman that they dye, then the oxe shalbe stoned, and hys fleshe shall not be eaten: but the owner of the oxe shall go quyte.
21:29If the oxe were wont to pusshe in tyme past, and it hath bene told hys master: and he hath not kept hym, but that he hath kylled a man or a woman: then the oxe shalbe stoned and hys owner shall dye als
21:30If there be sett to hym a summe of money, then he shall geue for the delyueraunce of hys lyfe, whatsoeuer is put vnto hym.
21:31And whether he hath gored a sonne or hurte a daughter, he shalbe serued after the same maner.
21:32But yf it be a seruaunt or a mayde that the oxe hath gored, then he shall geue vnto theyr master .xxx. sycles, and the oxe shall be stoned.
21:33If a man open a well or dygge a pytt and couer it not, and an oxe or an asse fall therin,
21:34the owner of the pyt shall make it good, and geue money vnto theyr master, and the dead beast shalbe hys.
21:35If one mans oxe hurte another that he dye: then they shall sell the lyue oxe and deuyde the money, and the deed oxe also they shall deuyde.
21:36Or yf it be knowen that the oxe hath vsed to pusshe in tymes past, and hys master hath not kepte him, he shall paye oxe for oxe, and the deed shalbe his awne.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."