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enherytaunce by yonde the see / And that he may regne in them to the playsyre of almyghty god / herthe of his sowle / honoure and worshippe in this presente lyf / and wele and prouffyte of alle

tour Judas lefte not of etynge for thise wordes of bitrayeng sholde not seme as perteynyng to hym / Then̄e John at insta¦ūce of peter asked of our lorde & sayd / Lorde who is he y• shall bytraye the

lorde Jhū that soo homly suffred his derynge John enclyne & reste vpon his blessed breste / Lorde how tend{er}ly & tru¦ly they loued togyder / This was a swete rest to John. & a pro¦fytable to all crysten soules.

hyled her face in maner of a morning wido wthey yede befor̄: & our lady folou¦ed after bitwix mawdleyne & John soo couerde the face. Thē ne mawdleyne at the entree of the cyte desirynge to haue ou¦re lady to

in part. Please contact project staff at eebotcp-info@umich.edu for further information or permissions.[Peruula]Stanbridge, John, 1463-1510.[4]+ p.[S.l. :R. Pynson,1497?]T.p. lacking; title suggested by STC (2nd ed.).Not written by John Stanbridge--STC (2nd ed.).Publisher and date of publication suggested by STC (2nd ed.).Imperfect:

In no wyse trewly I may me better excuseThan say my wyt so dul is and vnparfiteWhiche arteth me thus rudely for to endyteBy two and two my metre for to knytNo thyng causeth me but symplenes of wytNow

a prynce / as bereth good witnesHis traytye / entitled of regymenteCompyled of entyer trewe ententeLoke also / vpon dan John lydgateMy maister whylome / monke of beryeWorthy to be renomed / as poete laureateI praye to god in blysse

and byndeRight in your breste / and at your riper ageI shal wryte to you / herof the surplusageGo lytyl John / and who doth you apposeSayng your quayer / kepe non accordanceTelle hym as yet / neyther in ryme

in part. Please contact project staff at eebotcp-info@umich.edu for further information or permissions.The temple of glas.Lydgate, John, 1370?-1451?[66] p.[Westminster :By William Caxton,1477?]Anonymous. By John Lydgate. Wrongly attributed to Stephen Hawes.Place of publication and printer's name from STC; publication date conjectured

further information or permissions.The helpe and grace of almighty god ...FestialLiber festivalis and Quatuor sermones.Mirk, John, fl. 1403?[216] p.[London :Emprynted by me Richarde Pinsone,1493]Anonymous. By John Mirk.Signatures: a-d e-h i-m n4 A-C.Title from opening words of text.In two parts; part

1987.5S45062344214626642[Sir Bevis of Hampton]3 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2011 April (TCP phase 2)23442146STC (2nd ed.) 1987.5.26642A09588.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing

25853S1214889985666922282The lyf of the holy [and] blessid vyrgyn saynt Wenefryde.Robert, prior of Shrewsbury, d. 1167.15 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2005 December (TCP phase 1)99856669STC (2nd ed.) 25853.Duff 414.22282A15588.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded

5094S108840998444949311[Troilus and Criseyde].Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.116 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2005 December (TCP phase 1)99844494STC (2nd ed.) 5094.Duff 94.9311A18561.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by

the whiche John baptised is that same place wherby the chil¦dren of Israel wenten drye foot whan they comen by that de¦serte oute of Egypte / and that nye that place in deserte John lyued in penaūce. wherfore hit is

& in order / As to the fyrst that is bodily supper we shall haue in mynde that peter & John at the biddynge of our lorde Jhū yeden in to the cyte of Jhrlm: to a frende of hers

/ Caplm xlix.ERly at the morough vpon the saterday stoden in the for sayd hous ye yates sperde: our lady: John: & other wym̄en before named in grete mornynge & sorowe: hauynge in myn¦de the grete trybulacions & anguysshes of

4890S1097229984536810265If it plese ony man spirituel or temporel to bye ony pyes of two and thre comemoracio[n]s of saliburi vse ...Caxton, William, ca. 1422-1491.1 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2003 September (TCP

14507S1097969984544110340Vitas patrum.358 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2011 April (TCP phase 2)99845441STC (2nd ed.) 14507.Duff 235.Copinger 2961.10340A04386.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing

3304S1113379984670111688[Here endeth a lytyll treatyse called the booke of curtesye or lytyll Iohn.].1 600dpi TIFF G4 page imagesUniversity of Michigan, Digital Library Production ServiceAnn Arbor, Michigan2008 September (TCP phase 1)99846701STC (2nd ed.) 3304.Duff 54.11688A16386.0001.001This keyboarded and encoded edition of

atayll was slayn therle of Northumberlond / the lord Iohn Neuyl / therle of westmerlādys broder / andrew many other knyʒtes & squyers. Thēne kyng henry that kyng / beyng with the quene & prince at yorke, heryng the

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