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(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

(see note) leaned; supper [John 13:23] showed; affection Before (see note) [see John 19:26–27] She; heart’s darling her give her good affection power; (t-note) from each other; (t-note) whatever country knees; (t-note) worship her Maintain; any [John 13:14–17] depart from

Lydgate, Henry VI’s Triumphal Entry into London JOHN LYDGATE, HENRY VI’S TRIUMPHAL ENTRY INTO LONDON: EXPLANATORY NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: BL: British Library; CT: Chaucer, Canterbury Tales; MED: Middle English Dictionary; MP: Minor Poems of John Lydgate, ed. MacCracken. After two years

was the Great Rising of 1381, which the king helped to calm.2 The second crisis occurred in 1387-88, shortly after John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, departed England to pursue opportunities in Spain. The Duke of Gloucester (younger brother of

claims to have a letter from Gobi to Pope John XXII explaining the events, but the circumstances are by no means clear. There does exist a letter, sent in 1327 from John de Rosse, later bishop of Carlisle, to Walter

position in late medieval society is assured by the longstanding reputation of her father, John Burnham, and the lesser but nonetheless worthy repute of her husband, John Kempe. However, that conventional story is fissured early in Margery's life by a

Christi JOHN LYDGATE, A PROCESSION OF CORPUS CHRISTI: FOOTNOTE 1 To put an end to our sins, which were diabolical JOHN LYDGATE, A PROCESSION OF CORPUS CHRISTI: EXPLANATORY NOTES ABBREVIATIONS: MED: Middle English Dictionary; MP: Minor Poems of John Lydgate,

MSS. syr Bariona . . . bounde to be sonkyn. The barge of Simon Peter, the son of John (Matt. 16.17; John 1.42), i.e., the Church." For Bar-Jona the MS, Lumby, and RHR read bariona. Christ says: "Beatus es Simon

To wirke youre wille, midday or none, Or any tyme yitt of the woke. MARIAI thanke thee, John, with wordis fune; Mi modirhed, John, schall thou have, And for my sone I wolle thee take. JOHANNESThat grace, dere lady, wolde

Compare John 14:26, contained within the Gospel for Whitsunday (York Breviary, 1:487). 41, 45 Nisi ego abiero . . . Et cum assumptus fuero. Antiphon in the vigil liturgy of Pentecost, and also sung at the Ascension; adapted from John

Evermore whils I wonne in this worlde will me be full woo; Therfore lete it stynte, and be still. MARIANay John, sone, myselve nowe I see. Atte Goddis will moste it nedis be; Therfore be it wroght at his will.

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