Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages, Volume 7 (Google eBook)

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Percy Society, 1842 - English literature
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Page 75 - Jerusalem, if ye my loue doo see, Tell him that I am sicke for loue, yea, tel him this from me. Thou peerelesse gem of price, I pray thee to vs tell What is thy loue, what may he be that doth so far excell ? In my beloueds face the rose and lilly striue ; Among ten thousand men not one is found so faire aliue: His head like finest gold, with secret sweet perfume ; His curled locks hang all as black as any rauens plume ; His eies be like to doues on riuers banks below, Ywasht with milk, whose collours...
Page 14 - Et non intres injudicium cum servo tuo, Domine ! quia non justificabitur in conspectu tuo omnis vivens. What so evere I have ben here before, Deme me no3t on the hardest wyse ; I have do mys ; 1 will no more, But take me fully to thi servyse.
Page 53 - JACK OF DOVER, his Quest of Inquirie, or his Privy Search for the veriest Foole in England, a collection of Merry Tales, 1604, edited by T.
Page 18 - Notam fac mihi viam in qua ambulem : * quia ad te levavi animam meam. Eripe me de inimicis meis, Domine, ad te confugi : * doce me facere voluntatem tuam, quia Deus meus es tu.
Page 7 - ... astonished that he knew not what to say, for his fellow was gone, and he could not tell where to find him: by which meanes he was constrained to let his action fall, and by the law was condemned to pay her charges, and withall great dammages for troubling her without cause. Well, quoth Jacke of Dover, this, in my minde, was pretty foolery : but yet the foole of all fooles is not heare found, that I looke for.
Page xi - Banshie, as she is called, or household fairy, whose office it is to appear, seemingly mourning while she announces the approaching death of some one of the destined race.
Page 49 - SA WILLIAM HENRY BLACK, ESQ WILLIAM CHAPPELL, ESQ. FSA Treasurer. J. PAYNE COLLIER, ESQ. FSA T. CROFTON CROKER, ESQ. FSA, MRIA PETER CUNNINGHAM, ESQ. REV. ALEXANDER DYCE. WILLIAM JERDAN, ESQ. FSA, MRS L CAPTAIN JOHNS, RM TJ PETTIGREW, ESQ.
Page 30 - ... penance. Seint Ambrose sayth, That penance is the plaining of man for the gilt that he hath don, and no more to do any thing for which him ought to plaine. And som doctour sayth : Penance is the waymenting of man that sorweth for his sinne, and peineth himself, for he hath rnisdon.
Page 33 - J. PAYNE COLLIER, ESQ. FSA T. CROFTON CROKER, ESQ. FSA, MRIA PETER CUNNINGHAM, ESQ. REV. ALEXANDER DYCE. WILLIAM JERDAN, ESQ. FSA, MRSL SIR FREDERICK MADDEN, KH, FRS, FSA TJ PETTIGREW, ESQ. FR S., FSA EF RIMBAKLT, ESQ.
Page 36 - I sy right fresh and gay, And briddes herde I eek lustyly synge ; That to myn herte yaf a confortynge : But evere o thoght me stang unto the herte, That dye I sholde, and hadde no knowynge Whanne, ne whidir, I sholde hennes sterte.

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