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The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales

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stounde To go to Mille , and seen hir corn ygrounde And hardily , they dorste leye hir nekke The Millere , sholde noght stelen hem half a pekke Of corn by sleighte , ne by force hem reue And

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leue but a litel stounde To go to mille and seen hir corn y grounde And hardily thei durst ley hir nekke The Miller shold not stele hem halfe a pekke Of corn bi sleight ne bi force hem reue

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þe clerkes weren aferd And bad his wijf go knede it in a cake He half a buisschel of here corn haþ take And whan þe Meller seigh þat þei were gon Toward þe fen boþe alayn and eek Iohn

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a lite stoūde To gon to melle to sen here corn I groūde And hardely þey durste leyn here nekke The mellere schulde not stele hē half a pekke Of corn be sleyghte ne be forse hē reue And at

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stounde , To go to melle and see here corn I grounde And hardily þey dursten ley here nekke , The meller schuld nat stel hem half a pekke Of corn by sleighte ne by force hem reue And atte

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by the hoper , wyl I stand Quod Iohn , and se how the corn gas In ȝet saw I neuere , be my fader kyn How that the hoper , wagges tyl and fra Aleyn answered , Iohn wylt

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stounde To goon to Mille , and seen hir corn ygrounde And hardily , they dorste leye hir nekke The Miller sholde nat stele hem , half a pekke Of corn by sleighte , ne by force hem reue And

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ay , the wanges in his heed And forthy , is I come , and eek Alayn To grynde oure corn , and carie it ham agayn I pray yow , spede vs heythen that ye may It shal be

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hennes alle And with a chuk he gan hem for to calle For he had found a corn lay in the yerde Royal he was , he was neuer aferde He fethered partilote twenty tyme And trade as ofte er

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ded Swa wyrkes ay the wanges in his hed And therfore is y come and eke aleyn To grynde oure corn and cary hame agayn I pray yow spedeth vs hethen that we may It shal be doon quod symkyn

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This Miller goth ageyn no word he seide But doth his note and wyth the Clerkes pleyde Til that hir corn was fair and wel y grounde And whan the Mele was sakked and y bounde This Iohn gooth out

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telle of his aduentur When þe monþe in which þe world bigan Ay chukked he whan he hadde a corn y founde And to him þanne ranne his wyfes all þus real as a prince in his halle He lokeþ

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highte strother Iohñ hight þat oon and alayn hight þat oþer And atte laste þe wardeyn yaf hem leue Of corn ne by sleight ne by force hem Reue The mellere schulde nat stele hem half a pekke And hardily

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hoper wagged til and fra ȝit saugh I neuer by my fader kynne Quoþ Iohran and se how gates þe corn gas Inne By god right by þe hoper wil I stande What wil ȝe doon whil þat it is

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and eek aleyn To grynde oure corn and carie it , ham ageyn I prey ȝou speed vs in al þat ȝe may It schal be doon qd Symkyn by my fay What wol ȝe do whil þat it is

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gooth ayein , no word he seyde But dooth his note , and with the clerkes pleyde Til þt hir corn , was faire and wel ygrounde And whan the mele , was sakked and ybounde This Iohn gooth out

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eke his hennes alle And with a chukke , he gan hem for to calle For he had founde a corn , lay in the ȝerd Real he was , he was nomore a ferd He fethered Pertelote , twenty

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besily they crye To ȝeue hē leue , but a litel stounde To go to Mille , and sen here corn I grounde And hardily , they durst leyn here nekke The Millere shuld nat stelen hem , half a

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eek hise hennes alle And with a chuk , he gan hem for to calle For he hadde founde a corn , lay in the yerd Real he was , he was namoore aferd And fethered Pertelote , twenty tyme

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lorn This Aleyn al forgat bothe Mele and corn Al was out of his mynde , his housbondrie What whilk , way is he geen , he gan to crie The wyf cam lepynge Inward with a ren She seyde

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