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and of my oþer ffrendes. These witnesses, Gerarde my nevowe þe Vicounte ' vicedomino de Pinkeni. ' of pinkeny, Master John of Brideporte, and oþer. [60. ] 1315 . After sworn evidence of a jury of fourteen, Oseney had leave

the very reason why John of Hildesheim felt himself called upon to write his legend, as some rays of the glory which the 3 Kings spread over Cologne , fell on his own native place. John maintains, in Ch. 1,

Read ' Iordan . ' , William Were ' Bere. ' , Oriot wydwe of Oeyen, Anneys wydwe of John Burewalde, John Pady , Richard Stocwell, Alurey Elmel, Robert oerre, Andrewe Halegoode, Milon Baker ' pistorem. ' , of the

Jude prophesies of apostates and his warnings in their details correspond to the ways of friars 306 VI . St. John ' s warnings against the friars 309 His writings, like all other authors of the New Testament, teach us

i-write is fully innewyd ' innovata. ' By Kyng Henry ' Henry III, ' in margin. the Sone of Kyng John , þe which ȝe shall fynde In þe charters folowyng vndur ' subsequentibus. ' ' of þe ffredoms of

as Hemy Doylly and John of seynte John The family of St. John had succeeded the Iveri family (nos. 3, 22) as co-patrons of St. George ' s church. The grant of John de St. John is not given in

said parson mayntened him therin. Thei wer so bold that tweyne off the parson ' s men lay awayte apon John Pepwite in Bagley ; and ther thei bete him, and, except pepull of Abendon, likly to have kylled [him

all Stonor ' s daughetrs were unmarried, so the date must be before the marriage of one of them to John Cottesmore (see Nos. 110 and 128). The date of that marriage was therefore probably not before 1470 . The

your maystershipe right hartely off your curtesse and loffynge letter, the which I have resseyvid by my M. your brodyr John Croke . And in the same letter I undyrstond by the worshipffull reporte off your mayster|shipe the havyors off

the suerte for divers paiementes to be made by divers merchauntes, as the seid Gentilman seith. Forther|more, as touching to John Fennys prentice alle thing is according in suerte, whi ch shalbe delivered into the handes of Laurence Fyncham and

may. Hit is so that oon of youre poremen is decessed, whiche is Pryns. And ye remember ye graunted syr John Yotte the next avoidens at your departing. He praiyth you to remember hym, that he might have these hous,

of the University in 1501 and 1502 . " My lord Edward " was one of the younger sons of John de la Pole , Duke of Suffolk . In Oct., 1480 , the University desired of Edward IV that

of his prodesessous ( sic ), vnto the tyme that he were bettur avysed. And in this same ȝere, sire John , duke of Lancastre, to whome A.D. 1395 the kyng had ȝeue the Duche of Gyene, for the wheche


letteris of fraternyte & many oþere nouel|ries brouȝt v p bi ypocrisie & coueitise. & as ion þe euaungelist 2 John 10. comaundiþ, cristene men schulden not resceyue hem in-to here houses ne seie to hem, heil. & poul biddiþ

do it wel. for þe gospel of ioon telliþ þat crist seiþ of summe foolis þat þei shulen deme [ John xvi. 2. ] to obesche to god in pur-suyng of his apostlis; as poul wente þat he dide wel

Dixit Jesus Symoni So E; Symony , A. Petro . — JOHN xxi. [15. ] ÞIS gospel telliþ how Petre and oþir preestis shulden love God , and travailen in his chirche. And, for þis love stondiþ in þe grace

by Mr Halliwell from MS. Harl . 2251 , fol. 4-5, in his Selection from the Minor Poems of Dan John Lydgate for the Percy Society , 1840 , pp. 66-69. He remarks that the " poem is very common

with his spone whan he lustethe to ete. of dowcetes, See the recipe, p. 60 of this volume. In Sir John Howard ' s Household Books is an entry in 1467 , ' for viij boshelles of flour for dowsetes

gospels for this office are treated of by the writer, Hoc est praeceptum , ( John XV . 12) and Haec mando vobis , ( John XV . 17). The latter one of these gospels alone is given in the

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