Every English denomination used the AV 1611 KJV Holy Bible until the 1881 RV.
I think you mean the KJV 1769. The 1611 is almost unreadable.
A passage of John 3 from the 1611: (a hint - "s" was shaped like "f," "u" and "v" were frequently interchanged and there was no "J")
10 Iefuf anfwered, and faide vnto him, Art thou a mafter of Ifrael, and knoweft not thefe thingf?
11 Uerely, verely I fay vnto thee, We fpeake that we doe know, and teftifie that wee haue feene; and yee receiue not our witneffe.
12 If I haue tolde you earthly thingf, and ye beleeue not: how fhall ye beleeue if I tell you of heauenly thingf?
13 And no man hath afcended vp to heauen, but hee that came downe from heauen, euen the fonne of man which if in heauen.
14 And af Mofef lifted vp the ferpent in the wilderneffe: euen fo muft the fonne of man be lifted vp:
15 That whofoeuer beleeueth in him, fhould not perifh, but haue eternall life.
16 For God fo loued þe world, that he gaue hif only begotten fonne: that whofoeuer beleeueth in him, fhould not perifh, but haue euerlafting life.
17 For God fent not hif fonne into the world to condemne the world: but that the world through him might be faued.