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alliteration better Book C-text called Chaucer Church common conscience court Early edition Edward English explained expression faire friars give given grace half hath haue helpe hire holde holy John king kynge lady Langley Latin lawe leue loke London lordes loue means Mede mentioned neuere nouzte occurs omits original owre p. s. pt Pass passage Passus pere person Piers Plowman plural poem printed Prol Prologue quod reference resoun Richard says seems sense seynt shal shulde soule spelt Tale thou treuthe tyme Vision whan wolde worlde worth Wright written wronge zowre þanne þat þow
第 132 頁 - Love thyself last: cherish those hearts that hate thee; Corruption wins not more than honesty. Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace, To silence envious tongues. Be just, and fear not: Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's...
第 112 頁 - Sicut enim corpus sine spiritu mortuum est, ita et fides sine operibus mortua est.
第 105 頁 - Ye shall have rumney and malmesyne, Both ypocrasse, and vernage wyne, Mount rose and wyne of Greke, Both algrade, and respice eke, Antioche, and bastarde, Pyment also, and garnarde, Wyne of Greke, and muscadell, Both clare, pyment, and Rochell; The reed your stomake to defye, And pottes of Osey set you by.
第 221 頁 - BOOK lS NOT RETURNED TO THE LlBRARY ON OR BEFORE THE LAST DATE STAMPED BELOW.
第 110 頁 - In the Master of Oxford's Catechism, written early in the fifteenth century, and printed in Reliquiae Antiquae, vol. ip 231, we have the following question and answer — C. Where be the anjelles that God put out of heven, and bycam devilles ? M. Som into hell, and som reyned in the skye, and som in the erth, and som in waters and in wodys.
第 108 頁 - He shall be your Judas, and you shall be his elder-tree to hang on ;' Every Man out of Hum. iv. 4. See Nares. On the other hand, we read that ' the Arbor Judte is thought to be that whereon Judas hanged himself, and not upon the eldertree, as it is vulgarly said ;
第 69 頁 - And cast on me my clothes, yclouted and hole, My cokeres and my coffes, for colde of my nailles, And hange myn hoper at myn hals, in stede of a scrippe. A busshel of bredcorne brynge me...
第 110 頁 - In caelum conscendam, super astra Dei exaltabo solium meum, sedebo in monte testamenti, in lateribus aquilonis. Ascendam super altitudinem nubium ; similis ero Altissimo.