The history of literature research of mutual relationships between the Slovak Lutheran and Catholic communities (Protestant followers accepting the Czech language as a literary language in Slovak environment and Bernolak's followers) in the period of turn of the 18th and 19th centuries cannot be limited only to language issues. Into his summarisation of the history of literature reflection on the Slovak environment Tablic included only authors of the Lutheran Confessions, or those ones who wrote in Czechoslovak language. He did not accept attempts of Bernolak's followers to enforce original, domestic Slovak language as a literary language and he criticised it. Between both of the confessional communities there was any significant manifestation of reluctance. Both of the 'camps' reflected each other and watched the activities of each other. Surveying Tablic's opinions on the form of literary language in the Slovak environment confirm that he accepted original Slovak language. He valued Slovak language elements as means for enriching the Czech language. Due to this fact he could be supposed to acknowledge Bernolak's followers' interest in the original Slovak language. Tablic respected most historical or statehood relationship of Czechs and Slovaks but he never accepted the principle of their national unity. His choice of Czechoslovak language can be considered as pragmatic decision for 'simpler' way because the Czech language had much richer literary and cultural tradition. It can be concluded that in spite of the various conceptions about the form of literary language in the Slovak environment in the question of origin of Pannonian Slovaks Tablic's conceptions could not be possibly distant from the opinions of Bernolak's followers.