The Bruce, Or, The Book of the Most Excellent and Noble Prince, Robert de Broyss, King of Scots: Books XIV-XX. How the good wife taught her daughter. A dietary, by John Lydgate. Notes. Glossary
Walter William Skeat
Society, 1894 - Scotland
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Page 265 - After a short time, Bruce, who was looking out anxiously for the enemy, saw a body of English cavalry trying to get into Stirling from the eastward. This was the Lord Clifford, who, with a chosen body of eight hundred horse, had been detached to relieve the castle. " See, Randolph," said the king to his nephew, "there is a rose fallen from your chaplet.
Page 100 - Thai [that] at the sege lay, Or it wes passit the fift day, Had maid thame syndry apparale To gang eftsonis till assale. Of gret gestis ane sow thai maid That stalward heling owth it had, With armyt men enew tharin, And instrumentis als for to myne. Syndry scaffatis thai maid vithall That war weill hyar than the wall, And ordanit als that by the se The toune suld weill assa^eit be.
Page 201 - Mothers Blessing. The way of Thrift. Written nine yeares before the death of G. Chaucer. London. Printed by Robert Robinson for Robert Dexter. 1597.
Page 59 - It is the laynder, schyr,' said ane, That hyr child-ill rycht now has tane And mon leve now behind us her, Tharfor scho makys yone ivill cher.' The king said, 'Certis, it war pite That scho in that poynt left suld be, For certis I trow thar is no man That he ne will rew a woman than.
Page 69 - I will nocht reherft all the maner; For quha sa likis, thai may heir 3oung women, quhen thai will play, Syng it emang thame ilke day. Thir war the worthy poyntis thre, That, I trow, euirmar sail be Prisit, quhill men may on thaim meyn.
Page 215 - Harl. 116, fol. 166; MS. Oxon. Bernard. 1479 ; MS. Rawl. Oxon. C. 86 ; MS. Arund. 168 ; MS. Sloan. 775 ; and MS. Sloan. 3534, which contains a Latin version. Ritson has inserted this in his list of Lydgate's works in two places, under Nos. 55 and 61.
Page 242 - Talia jactanti stridens Aquilone procella Velum adversa ferit, fluctusque ad sidera tollit. Franguntur remi ; turn prora avertit, et undis Dat latus ; insequitur cumulo praeruptus aquae mons. Hi summo in fluctu pendent ; his unda dehiscens Terrain inter fluctus aperit ; furit aestus arenis.
Page 33 - He stud tharby till he wes ded And syne had him till haly sted And him with worschip gert he be Erdyt with gret solemnite.