Animaduersions Vppon the Annotacions and Corrections of Some Imperfections of Impressiones of Chaucers Workes: (sett Downe Before Tyme, and Nowe) Reprinted in the Yere of Oure Lorde 1598
Chaucer Society, 1875 - 171 pages
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Page ciii - Lordshipp and to my self, in those yonger yeares when Lincolns Inn societie did linke vs all in one cheyne of Amitie ; and some of them are of other persons yet living, which of yowr Lordship are both loved & liked.
Page 8 - It is not usual, at least, to cite MSS. by the leaf and the page. But if this citation was really made from a printed book, The Pilgrim's Tale must have been written after Mr Thynne's edition, for Chaucer's translation of the Romant of the Rose was first printed in that edition.
Page xxiii - Christmas at Eltham with a small nomber, for no manne might come thether but suche as wer appoynted by name : this Christmas in the kynges house, was called the still Christmas.
Page xciii - Soule's daye, at 2 of the clocke in the afternoone, where your oppinioun in wrytinge or otherwise is expected. " The question is, ." Of the antiquitie, etimologie, and priviledges of parishes in Englande.
Page cxviii - Cotton's Library. London. Printed for J. Crook and S. Baker, and are to be sold at the sign of the Ship in Pauls Churchyard, 1651 Bodl. 8°. F. 146. Line." This [1652 ed.] is nothing more than a new title to the same vol. with the date 1652.
Page 139 - I haue done. (And 6 more stanzas.) Finis. To whom should I sue to ease my payne To my mysters, nay nay certayne For feare she should me then disdayne I dare not sue, I dare not sue. (And 5 more stanzas.) Finis. Dysdaine me not without desert Nor leaue me not so sodeynly Sence wel ye wot that in my hart I meane nothing but honesty Dysdayne me not.