Hoccleve's Works, Issue 61; Issue 73

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Early English Text Society, 1892
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Page 2 - Furnivall in 1864 for the purpose of bringing the mass of Old English Literature within the reach of the ordinary student, and of wiping away the reproach under which England had long rested, of having felt little interest in the monuments of her early language and life.
Page xxxiii - And made hym brenne his book anon right tho. And whan that I hadde geten unto me By maistrie, al the soveraynetee, And that he seyde, "myn owene trewe wyf, Do as thee lust the terme of al thy lyf, Keepe thyn honour, and keep eek myn estaat," After that day we hadden never debaat.
Page 7 - Ph. D. Miscellaneous Alliterative Poems, edited from the MSS. by Dr. L. Morsbach. Bird and Beast Poems, a collection from MSS., edited by Dr. KD Buelbring.
Page 7 - Registers, &c., edited by Dr. FJ Furnivall. Early Canterbury Wills, edited by William Cowper, BA, and J. Meadows Cowper. Early Norwich Wills, edited by Walter Rye, and FJ Furnivall.
Page 2 - On the starting of the Society, so many Texts of importance were at once taken...
Page xxxiii - After that day we hadden never debaat. God helpe me so, I was to hym as kynde As any wyf from Denmark unto Ynde, And also trewe, and so was he to me.
Page 7 - Ailred's Rule of Nuns, &c., edited from the Vernon MS., by the Rev. Canon HR Bramley, MA Early English Verse Lives of Saints, Standard Collection, from the Harl.
Page 3 - Subscriptions in 1892, for 1893, 1894, and 1895, in order that the 1893-5 books may be issued to them as soon as the editions are finisht. The Society's experience has shown that Editors must be taken when they are in the humour for work. All real Students and furtherers of the Society's purpose will be ready to push-on the issue of Texts. Those Members who care only a guinea a year (or can afford only that sum) for the history of...
Page 27 - Of [my lady wel me reioise I may: [Hir golden forheed is ful narw & smal, [Hir browes been lyk to dym reed coral, [And as the leet...

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