Copyright issues

I took the text out of The Thirty-nine Articles: Their history and explanation by the Reverend B. J. Kidd, D. D. of Keble College, Oxford, under the imprint of the Oxford Church Text Books, published Edwin S. Gorham (Church Missions House, Fourth Avenue and 22nd Street, New York, New York) in 1906.

I haven't the faintest idea if this is still covered by copyright, but my feeling is that it isn't. As far as I am aware, all copyrights expire after fifty years in most countries. The book is therefore certainly out of copyright, but I don't know if there are any restrictions on quoting extracts from the Thirty-nine Articles - I have never heard of any.

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