Privileged presses

In the United Kingdom, the privileged presses are Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press.wikipedia
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Cambridge University Press

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In the United Kingdom, the privileged presses are Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press.
Cambridge is one of the two privileged presses (the other being Oxford University Press).

Book of Common Prayer

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They are called this because, under letters patent issued by the Crown defining their charters, only they have the right to print and publish the Book of Common Prayer and the Authorised Version of the Bible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
In England there are only three bodies entitled to print the Book of Common Prayer: the two privileged presses (Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press), and The Queen's Printer.

United Kingdom

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In the United Kingdom, the privileged presses are Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press.

Oxford University Press

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In the United Kingdom, the privileged presses are Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press.

Letters patent

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They are called this because, under letters patent issued by the Crown defining their charters, only they have the right to print and publish the Book of Common Prayer and the Authorised Version of the Bible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

King James Version

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They are called this because, under letters patent issued by the Crown defining their charters, only they have the right to print and publish the Book of Common Prayer and the Authorised Version of the Bible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Bible

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They are called this because, under letters patent issued by the Crown defining their charters, only they have the right to print and publish the Book of Common Prayer and the Authorised Version of the Bible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

England

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They are called this because, under letters patent issued by the Crown defining their charters, only they have the right to print and publish the Book of Common Prayer and the Authorised Version of the Bible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Wales

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They are called this because, under letters patent issued by the Crown defining their charters, only they have the right to print and publish the Book of Common Prayer and the Authorised Version of the Bible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland

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They are called this because, under letters patent issued by the Crown defining their charters, only they have the right to print and publish the Book of Common Prayer and the Authorised Version of the Bible in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.