- A bilingual Chronicle, Latin and Saxon, which, by internal evidence, is assigned to Christ Church, Canterbury. - "Anglo-Saxon Literature", John Earle.
- So much to account for the bilingual character of the jubilee publication now offered to the reader. - "The Part Borne by the Dutch in the Discovery of Australia 1606-1765", J. E. Heeres.
- Yet Belgium is bilingual and Switzerland is quadrilingual. - "The Valley of Vision", Henry Van Dyke.