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Matthew's Bible 1537



21:1These are the lawes whyche thou shalt set before the.
21:2If thou bye a seruaunt that is an Hebrue, sixe yeres he shall serue, & the seuenth he shal go out fre payng nothing.
21:3If he came alone, he shal go out alone: If he came maried, his wyfe shal goo out with him.
21:4And if his master haue geuen him a wyfe & she haue born him sonnes or doughters: then the wife & her children shalbe her masters & he shall goo out alone.
21:5But & if the seruaunt say I loue my master & my wife & my children, I wil not go out fre.
21:6Then let his master bring him vnto the Goddes and sette hym to the doore or the dorepost & bore his eare thorow with a naule and let hym be his seruaunte for euer.
21:7If a man sell his doughter to be a seruaunt she shal not go out as the men seruauntes doo.
21:8If she please not her master, so that he hath geue her to no man to wife, then shal he let her go fre: to sell her vnto a straunge nacion shall he haue no power, because he despysed her.
21:9If he haue promised her vnto his son to wife, he shal deale with her as men do with their doughters.
21:10If he take him another wife yet her fode, rayment and dutye of mariage shall he not mynyshe.
21:11If he do not these thre vnto her, then shal she goo oute fre and paye no money.
21:12He that smiteth a man that he dye shalbe slain for it.
21:13If a man laie not awayt but God delyuer him into his hand, then I wyll poynte the a place whether he shall fle.
21:14If a man come presumpteously vpon his neyghboure and slea him with gile, thou shalt take him fro myne aulter that he dye.
21:15And he that smyteth hys father or his mother, shall dye for it.
21:16He that stealeth a man & selleth him (if it be proued vpon hym) shalbe slayne for it,
21:17And he that curseth his father or mother, shalbe put to death for it.
21:18If men striue together and one smyte another with a stone or with hys fyste, so that he dye not, but lieth in bedde:
21:19if he ryse agayne and walke withoute vpon hys staffe then shall he that smote hym go quyte: saue only he shall bere his charges whyle he laie in bedde & pay for his healing.
21:20If a man smyte his seruaunt or hys mayde with a staffe that they dye vnder his hand, it shalbe auenged.
21:21But & if they continue a daye or two, it shall not be auenged for they are his money.
21:22When men stryue & smyte a woman with chylde so that her frute departe from her and yet no misfortune foloweth: then shal he be mersed, according as the womans husband will laye to his charge, & he shall paye as the dayes men appoynte hym.
21:23But and if any misfortune folow, then shall he pay lyfe for lyfe,
21:24eye for eye, toth for toth, hande, for hande, fote for fote,
21:25burnyng for burnynge, wounde for wounde, and strype for strype.
21:26If a man smite his seruaunt or his mayde in the eye & put it out, he shal let them go fre for the eyes sake.
21:27Also if he smyte out his seruauntes or his maydes toth, he shal let them go out fre for the tothes sake.
21:28If an oxe gore a man or a woman that thei dye, then the oxe shalbe stoned, & hys flesh shall not be eaten: and hys master shall go quyte.
21:29If the oxe were wont to runne at men in tyme past & it hath bene tolde hys master, & he hath not kept hym, but that he hath killed a man or a woman: then the oxe shalbe stoned and hys master shall dye also.
21:30If he be set to a summe of money, then he shall geue for the deliueraunce of hys lyfe, accordynge to all that is put vnto hym.
21:31And whether he hath gored a sonne or a doughter, he shalbe serued after the same maner.
21:32But if it be a seruaunte or a mayde that the oxe hathe gored, then he shall geue vnto their master the summe of .xxx. siccles, and the oxe shall be stoned.
21:33If a man open a welle, or dygge a pytte, and couer it not, but that an oxe or an asse fal therein,
21:34the owner of the pytte shall make it good and geue money vnto their master, and the dead beast shalbe hys.
21:35If one mans oxe hurte anothers that he dye, then they shal sell the lyue oxe & deuyde the money, & the dead oxe also they shall deuide.
21:36But & if it be knowen that the oxe hathe vsed to pusshe in tymes past, then because his master hath not kept hym, he shall paye oxe for oxe, and the dead shalbe hys owne.
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.