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fayrenesse of the childe ¶Me seyth that aboute this tyme hercules ouercome Antheus in wrastlyng Iosephus libro secūdo The ethyopes blue men warred vpon egypte & the dyuynours had answer that they sholde take a beder of hebrewes & vnnethe

he be had in litel reuerenceRewarde his wit yf it be worth the whyleFor vertu is hid vnder many an habit vileRebus et in sensu si non est quod fuit anteFac viuas contentus eo qd tempora prebentThis worldes welth ebbyng

With vertue and it from vices vnbindeCome nere my child therfore & haue in myndeSuche doctrine in thin hert to bere awey & lereAs to thy self here after shal be lef & dereInstrue preceptis aīm ne discere cessesNam

he be had in litel reuerenceRearde his wit yf it be worth the whileFor vertu is hid vnder many an habit vileRebus et in sensu si nō est quod fuit anteFac viuas cōtentus eo qd tempora prebentThis worldes welth ebbing

but rathir I lik to manyEngendrid of humour malencolykBeforn̄ in his cell fantastykAnd shortly turned was al vp so dounBothe habit and disposicion̄Of hym this woful louer dan arciteWhat sholde I of his wo alday enditeWhan he endured hadde a

durst with her fightLest that she wolde hem with her hondis sleen̄Or with her meyne put hem to flightIn kyngis habit wente her sonys twoAs heyris of here remys alleAnd hermanno and titamalloHer namys were as perciens hem calleBut ay

membrorum ¶Hic autor ponit vnum mirabile euentum de hermofro ditis & recitat albertus {quod} vidit vnum hrmofroditam q vtrum{que} membrum habit & potuit agere & pati non quo dammodo in se ipsum sed respectu alterius viri vel mulie∣ris. secundo prouenit

of synnes. nsufflate and gracyously brethyd in hisdiscyples. sayeng. ¶Receyue ye the holy ghost / whoso euer synnes ye forgeue. forgeuen be they at god / And whose synnes ye retayne retayned be they attgod. the. xx. chapitre of

arayThat it is peril of our chastiteAnd with sorow thou most enforcen theAnd say thyse wordis in the Apostelis nameIn habit made with chastite and shameYe women shul appareylle you quod heAnd nat in tressid heer and riche perreAs peerlis

grete sapyenceThough al he be had in litel reuerenceRewarde his wyt yf it be worth the whyleFor vertu is hyd vnder many an habit vyleRebus et in sensu si non est quod fuit anteFac viuas contentus co quod tempora prebent

to norissh: ben so yong that none of them may be kyng ¶Wherfor I councell yow that ye forsake your habit and come with me &̄ I shall make sych a meyn vn to the bretons that ye shall be

ad aliud ita {quod} vnū significat & re∣liquū {con}significat pn̄t simul intelli¦gi talia āt sunt {con}traria ¶Secūdo q̄reret aliq̄s. vt{rum} habit{us} sit iudex sui & p̄uacōis sic̄ dt phūs {quod} rectū ē regula sui & obliqui. Dicēdū est {quod}

¶Ad oppositū ē dcm̄ phī. ¶Ad hāc questionē dicēdū ē {quod} ītelligere p̄t sonare in hītū vel ī actū. Ymagi¦nabimur em̄ {quod} ens ī {con}ceptu hʐ du¦plex eē vnū eē hʐ in sinu meōrie qd quidē eē vocatur a

possibilis hʐ ab agēte {quod} pos{sed} {per}fici {per} intēcōes intellcās. Fuis{sed} aūt clari¦or sm̄a si dixisset sic. {quod} quēadmodū lux {con}naturalis oculo sic̄ in oculo ca¦ti vel in aliquo alio ē {per}fectio oculi & dat sibi {quod} possit moui

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