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The Great Bible 1539
|And the Lorde spake vnto Moses and Aaron sayinge:
|Speake vnto the chyldren of Israel, and saye vnto them: Whosoeuer hath a runnynge yssue out of hys fleshe, is vncleane by reason of that yssue.
|And this shall be the token of hys vnclennesse in hys yssue: when he is vncleane. If hys fleshe runne, or yf hys fleshe congele by the reason of hys yssue, then is it vncleanesse.
|Euery couche wheron he lyeth that hath the yssue, is vncleane: and euery thynge wheron he sytteth, is vncleane:
|Whosoeuer toucheth is couche, shall washe his clothes, & bath him selfe in water, & be vncleane vntyll the euen.
|And he that sytteth on any thynge wheron he satt that hath the yssue, shall washe hys clothes, and bathe hym selfe in water, & be vncleane vntyll the euenynge.
|He that toucheth the fleshe of him that hath the yssue, shall wasshe hys clothes, and bathe hym selfe in water, and be vncleane vnto the euen.
|If he also that hath the yssue, spyt vpon hym that is cleane, he shall washe his clothes, & bathe hym selfe in water, and be vncleane vntyll euen.
|And what horse harnesse soeuer he rydeth vpon that hath the yssue, shalbe vncleane.
|And whosoeuer toucheth any thinge that was vnder hym, shalbe vncleane vnto the euen. And he that beareth any soche thinges, shall washe hys clothes, and bathe hym selfe in water, and be vncleane vnto the euen.
|And whosoeuer he toucheth that hath the yssue (& haue not fyrst wasshed hys handes in water) shall washe hys clothes, & bathe hym selfe in water, and be vncleane vnto the euen.
|The vessell of erth that he toucheth, whych hath the yssue, shalbe broken: and all vessels of wodd shalbe rynsed in water.
|When he also that hath an yssue, is clensed of hys yssue, he shall nombre .vij. dayes for hys clensynge, and wasshe hys clothes, & bathe hys fleshe in runnynge water, and so shall he be cleane.
|And the .viij. daye he shall take to him two turtyll doues or two younge pygeons, and come before the Lorde vnto the dore of the tabernacle of witnesse, & geue them vnto the Preaste.
|And the Preaste shall offer them: the one for a synne offrynge, and the other for a burntoffrynge: and the preast shall make an attonement for hym before the Lorde, as concernynge hys yssue.
|If any mans seede departe from hym in hys slepe, he shall wasshe his fleshe in water, and be vncleane vntyll euen.
|And all the clothes and all the furres wherin is suche seede of slepe, shalbe wasshed with water, and be vncleane vnto the euen.
|And yf he that hath suche an yssue of sede, do lye wyth a woman, they shall both wasshe them selues with water, and be vncleane vntyll euen.
|Yf a womans naturall course of bloude do runne, she shalbe put aparte .vij. dayes: whosoeuer toucheth her, shalbe vncleane vnto the euen.
|And all that she lyeth vpon, in the tyme of hyr naturall disease, shalbe vncleane,
|lyke as euery thynge also that she sytteth vpon, is vncleane. Whosoeuer toucheth her bedd, shall wasshe hys clothes, and bathe him selfe with water, and be vncleane vnto the euen.
|And whosoeuer toucheth any thinge that she sat vpon, shall washe hys clothes, and bathe him selfe in water, and be vncleane vnto the euen:
|so that whether he touche her couche or any vessell where on she hath sytten, he shalbe vnclene vnto the euen.
|And yf a man lye wt her, and hyr vnclennesse come vpon hym, he shalbe vncleane .vij. dayes, and all the couche wheron he lyeth shalbe vncleane.
|When a womans bloude runneth longe tyme: out of the tyme of her naturall course: or yf it runne beyonde hyr naturall course, let all the dayes of the yssue be iudged vncleane, euen as the dayes of hyr naturall disease,
|And she shalbe vncleane. All her couches wheron she lyeth (as longe as her yssue lasteth) shalbe as her couche when she hath hyr naturall dysease. And whatsoeuer she sytteth vpon, shalbe vncleane, as is her vnclennesse when she is put a parte.
|And whosoeuer toucheth any of these, shalbe vncleane, and shall wasshe hys clothes, and bathe hym selfe in water and be vncleane vnto euen.
|And after that she is cleansed of hyr yssue, she shall counte her seuen dayes, and after that, she shall be cleane.
|In the .viij. daye she shall take vnto her two turtils or two younge pigeons, and brynge them vnto the preaste before the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse.
|And the Preaste shall offer the one for a synne offrynge, and the other for a burntofferynge: and make an attonement for her before the Lorde, as concernynge the yssue of her vnclennesse.
|Therfore shall ye separate the chyldren of Israel from their vnclennesse, that they dye not in their vnclennesse: yf they defyle my habitacyon that is amonge them.
|Thys is the lawe of hym that hath a runnynge yssue, and of hym whose seed runneth from hym in hys slepe, and is defyled therin,
|and other, that (for hys naturall disease) is put a parte, and of whosoeuer hath a runnynge yssue, whether it be man or woman, and of hym that lyeth wyth her whych is vncleane.
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."