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thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

of Woodstock's expedition to France, thus providing the soldiers with "loricos vel tunicas, quas vulgo 'jakkes' vocant." "John" in Green's political explanation denotes John of Gaunt, who might have been expected to reimburse Philipot for aid to his brother (pp,

exception of the final stanza, which differs more considerably. Printed Editions Baugh, Nita Scudder, ed. A Worcestershire Miscellany Compiled by John Northwood, c. 1400. Philadelphia: Macon, 1956. Pp. 149–50. [Prints the text of London, British Library Additional MS 37787.] Horstmann,

based upon an earlier sixteenth-century print of the poem, perhaps that entered in the Stationers' Register (1557 or 1558), licensing John Kynge to print a book of this title. Still another copy was printed by Thomas Petyt (date unknown); of

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

Wakefield, But his pledge goes to the pinfold." All this beheard three wight young men, 'Twas Robin Hood, Scarlet, and John; With that they spyed the jolly pinder, As he sate under a thorn. "Now turn again, turn again," said

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

[Collates ten MSS and Pynson’s early print, along with the related stanzas of the Flos medicinae.] Lydgate, John. The Minor Poems of John Lydgate. 2:703–07. [Prints the text of British Library MS Lansdowne 699, and collates several other MSS.] Robbins,

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

thorns (line 12). See Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:1-5. They also cast lots (play quoits) for his garments (Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:34; John 19:23-24). 11 Thai scurgit him. John 19:1-16; Mark 15:15. 13 nalit on a tre.

The text begins one-fifth down from the top of fol. 83r. 4 Seynt John.John the Apostle is traditionally believed to have written the Gospel of John, but that text contains no references to Emperor Hadrian or to any aspects

ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Library, 1931. Seneca. Moral Essays. Ed. John W. Basore. 3 vols. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1964-70. Trevisa, John. On the Properties of Things: John Trevisa's Translation of "Bartholomaeus Anglicus De Proprietatibus Rerum." Gen. ed.

in kyngdom of Heven. And also that thou wol worschep the Concepcyon of me." John Mirk, Sermon on the Conception of the Virgin Mary, Notes JOHN MIRK, SERMON ON THE CONCEPTION OF THE VIRGIN MARY: FOOTNOTES 1 Suche a day,

hur. Than this man repentut and turnid ageyne to hys devociones as he hadde done before. John Mirk, Sermon on St. Katherine, Notes JOHN MIRK, SERMON ON ST. KATHERINE: FOOTNOTES 1 suche a day, on such and such a day

Hevne. Than, in the nyghte aftur, a Criston man stel the body and beryed itte, etc. John Mirk, Sermon on St. Margaret, Notes JOHN MIRK, SERMON ON ST. MARGARET: FOOTNOTES 1 suche a day [N], on such and such a

TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY: FOOTNOTES 1 Twenty-first Sunday after the feast of Holy Trinity. The Gospel according to John 2 Latin rubric (John 4:46–53): And there was a certain ruler, whose son was sick at Capharnaum. [He having heard that

a miracle of "a certayne thefe" (no. 27).] Commentary and Criticism Bellamy, John. Crime and Public Order in England in the Later Middle Ages. London: Routledge, 1973. Bellamy, John. Robin Hood: An Historical Inquiry. London: Croom Helm, 1985. Bessenger, J.

frame of The Canterbury Tales (I[A]769-818). 143-44 Marginalia: ¶ How oure Host spak to Daun John. 164-66 Marginalia: ¶ How oure Host bad Daun John telle a tale. 165 jape. The term means both a trick and a joke. In

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