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The Prophete Ionas With An Introduccion by William Tyndale

{Transcriber's note:

The spelling and word divisions are inconsistent throughout the original. No changes have been made, but some possible typographical errors are listed at the end of the etext.

There are two places in the original where paragraphs start with a decorative initial capital letter, instead of the usual ¶ sign. These paragraphs are preceded in this etext with a row of asterisks.

Several contractions are used in the original.
- Vowels with a line over them, usually indicating an omitted m or n. These contractions have been expanded in this etext. - The words |the| and |that| are often printed in the original as a y with a very small e or t over the top. These contractions are represented in this etext by |[the]| and |[that]|.
- The word |with| is sometimes printed in the original as a w followed by a superscript t. This contraction is represented in this etext by |[with]|.
- The word |thus| is once printed in the original as a y followed by a superscript s. This contraction is represented in this etext by |[thus]|.

The prophete Ionas/ with an introduccion before teachinge to vnderstonde him and the right vse also of all the scripture/ and why it was written/ and what is therin to be sought/ and shewenge wherewith the scripture is locked vpp that he which readeth it/ can not vnderstonde it/ though he studie therin neuer so moch: and agayne with what keyes it is so opened/ that the reader can be stopped out with no sotilte or false doctrine of man/ from the true sense and vnderstondynge therof.

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