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atte procurement of John More, Walter sybile John horn Also, ofte to-forn that Sir Nichol Brembre was chose mair, the mair, John Norhampton, John More, Also, the night to-for the day of the eleccion of the mair, John More warned

shall hear How Little John went a begging. As Robin Hood walked the forrest along, And all his yeomandree, Sayes Robin, "Some of you must a begging go, And Little John, it must be thee." Sayes John, "If I must

Contents John Ball's Sermon Theme, Notes JOHN BALL'S SERMON THEME: NOTES 1 Both Walsingham's Historia Anglicana and the Chronicon Angliae claim that John Ball, priest, taught the "perverted doctrine" (perversa dogmata) and the "false ravings" (insanias falsas) of John Wyclif,

Richard II's Reign and the Peasants' Revolt: The Letter of John Ball (Stow) Return to Menu of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition 3 N John Bal Saint Marie priest, greeteth wel all maner of men, and biddeth

From John Stow's Workes of Geffrey Chaucer, 1561 (fol. 337v). These seven lines served as an envoy to Chaucer's Parliament of Fowls in both Trinity College, Cambridge MS R.3.19 and British Library, MS Harley 7333. The extract from John Lydgate's

to Menu of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition In Ingilwode and Bernnysdaile Thai oyssit al this tyme thar trawale. Forest outlaws; praised practiced; labor Go To Selection From Walter Bower's Continuation of John of Fordun's Scotichronicon (c. 1440)

shulde not scape away. Be the golett of the hode John pulled the munke down; John was nothyng of hym agast, He lete hym falle on his crown. Litull John was so agrevyd, And drew owt his swerde in hye;

of John Ball (Royal MS) Return To The Table of Contents Man Be Ware and Be No Fool, Notes MAN BE WARE AND BE NO FOOL: NOTES 1 Man be ware. The sentiment has proverbial values. See R. Green, "John

Where the kingdom of virtues is established without stain. (see note) Go To Appendix: Eneidos bucolis John Gower: The Minor Latin Works, Notes JOHN GOWER, THE MINOR LATIN WORKS: NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: CA: Gower, Confessio Amantis; CB: Gower, Cinkante Ballades; Cronica:

hearts of theatrical and film redactors over the centuries. In Hollywood, the same actor (Alan Hale) played Little John in 1922, 1938 and 1946, always with the same enduring portrayal of the ballad. Go To Robin Hood and Little John

see Letts, Sir John Mandeville, p. 36. 5 Buke of John Maundeuill, ed. Warner, pp. xiv–xv. 6 Buke of John Maundeuill, ed. Warner, p. xxix. 7 Mandeville’s Travels, ed. Seymour (1967), pp. 3.36–4.2. 8 Book of John Mandeville, ed. Kohanski,

against John for disobeying his order to install Stephen of Langton as Archbishop of Canterbury and for imposing a new tax on the clergy. John responded by confiscating the property of the clergy who obeyed the interdict. 1212King John forms

Little John A Begging: Introduction Return to the Robin Hood Project Return to Menu of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition he finds in their bags two lots of gold in hundreds of pounds, and the outlaws celebrate their

Dale: Introduction Robin Hood and Little John: Notes ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN: FOOTNOTE 1 scot free: without paying his "scot" or shot, his bill ROBIN HOOD AND LITTLE JOHN: NOTES 3 Little John: the earliest references feature the two

John Warman Lit. John Sheriff Lit. John Watch Lit. John Sheriff Warman Lit. John Wife Warman Wife Lit. John Sheriff Lit. John Wife Lit. John Wife Wife Pr. John Wife Warman Pr. John Ely Lit. John Pr. John Lit.

John. This is the first time that the outlaw is linked with the period of King Richard. In later hands this was to re-shape Robin's resistance to authority itself as an act of a noble conservatism, since bad King

John Wrawe, leader of a rising at Bury St. Edmunds on Friday, June 14, who administered a mock trial to the prior, John of Cambridge. At Bury St. Edmunds the rebels also killed chief justice Sir John Cavendish and

of John Ball (Stow) Return To The Table of Contents The Letter of John Ball (Royal MS), Notes THE LETTER OF JOHN BALL (ROYAL MS): FOOTNOTE 1 The Son of heaven's King shall redeem everything THE LETTER OF JOHN BALL

him speake; And itt were not for bursting of my bowe, John, I wold thy head breake." But often words they breeden bale, That parted Robin and John;John is gone to Barnsdale, The gates he knowes eche one. And

Bower's Continuation of John of Fordun's Scotichronicon (c. 1440) Return to the Robin Hood Project Return to Menu of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition it is a message to the learned and perhaps something of a covert sharing

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