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G. C., ed, 1957. The English Works of John Gower , EETS, es, 81-82, London: Oxford University Press, pp. clxiii-clxiv. McIntosh, A., Samuels, M. L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: General Introduction, Index of

made. Fiat fiat amen'. English Kristensson, 1974, pp. 105-7; Peacock 1902, pp. 60-67. f. 128r Instructive Verse Regarding Excommunication ( IMEV 3372 ) 'Than you þi candul kaste to grownde'. 'You myȝte se many mo'. English Kristensson, 1974, pp. 105-7;

Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: County Dictionary , 4 vols, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 4. Wright, T. ed, 1859-61. Political Poems and Songs relating to English history, composed during the period from the accession of

English Kengen 1979. ff. 69v-70v Story preceding Fifteen Oes 'A woman recluse & solitarye coueitynge to knowen þe number of þe woundes of oure lord ihesu crist'. ' & bryngen his soule into heuene biliue amen p ar charite'.

Farnham, University of Birmingham, June 2004. Hudson, A. 1966. ‘ Tradition and Innovation in Some Middle English Manuscripts ’ , The Review of English Studies , 17, 359-372, p. 360, n. 2. Hudson, A. 1969. ‘ Robert of Gloucester and

1963. ‘ A New Approach to Middle English Dialectology ’ , English Studies , 44, 1-28, p. 7. McIntosh, A., Samuels, M. L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: General Introduction, Index of Sources, Dot

Mediaeval English Presented to Angus McIntosh , Edinburgh: Middle English Dialect Project, pp. 251-264, pp. 255, 257, 259, and nn. 14, 16, 17. McIntosh, A., Samuels, M. L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: County

Samuels, M. L., ed, So Meny People Longages and Tonges: Philological Essays on Scots and Mediaeval English Presented to Angus McIntosh , Edinburgh: Middle English Dialect Project, pp. 251-264, pp. 257-259 and n. 22. Lewis, R. E., and McIntosh, A.

Samuels, M. L., ed, So Meny People Longages and Tonges: Philological Essays on Scots and Mediaeval English Presented to Angus McIntosh , Edinburgh: Middle English Dialect Project, pp. 251-264, pp. 257-259 and n. 22. Lewis, R. E., and McIntosh, A.

a later hand, English title at end of text. English Barnicle 1927. ff. 109r-126r Piers Plowman, A-text (IMEV 1459 ) 'In a somer seson when softe was þe sonne'. Imperfect. Ends at VIII 155, illegible. A-text. English Kane 1960. f.

of excommunication (in English, f. 2), of an indenture of apprenticeship to John Swafield of Aburtone, 1 Feb. 1479 (f. 86). Latin only for the first part, the rest is in English between ff. 2r-6r. Latin English f. 6v Will

a crysten man moo. Deo gracias'. English Erbe 1905. ff. 191v-194r Explanation of the Apostle's Creed in English 'The fyrst is y beleve in god almyȝty'. 'kepe well ten and fle from sevyn'. English Codex Parchment 200 140 mm 1

is the seconde medycyne'. 'and to gouerne vs with. Amen'. English ff. 17r-25v Reclusorium Anime 'We knowyth welle by comyn sapience'. 'þus endyth a [part ] of þis book'. Fragment English ff. 25v-26v Three Workings of Man's Soul (IPMEP 5

Index of Middle English Prose: A Handlist of Manuscripts containing Middle English Prose in the Digby Collection, Bodleian Library, Oxford , Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, pp. 63-64 Hudson, A. 1966. ‘ Tradition and Innovation in Some Middle English Manuscripts ’

English Prose. Handlist 1. Handlist of Manuscripts Containing Middle English Prose in the Henry E. Huntington Library , Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, pp. 30-32. Horstmann, C. 1895. Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole and His Followers , Library of Early

of Passus xxiii of the C-text. English Russell and Kane 1997. ff. 97v-111v La Estorie del Evangelie (IMEV 3194 ) 'Sum while i was with synne ibounde'. 'and serewe made and gret mornynge'. English Campbell 1915; Horstmann 1892, p. 1.

scribes although the texts written by Scribe 1 are in sixteen distinct varieties of Middle English. In total there are nineteen varieties of Middle English in the manuscript, as discerned by McIntosh and Wakelin (1982, p. 447). A detailed description

roberto glocestrensi qui codem tempore floruit'. 'Engelond his a wel god lond'. 'of holichurche me'. English Rubric added by a seventeenth/eighteenth-century hand. f. 14r Abridged English Metrical Brut (IMEV 1105 ) '...þe king hid regnete king bladud'. 'soffret him bifore...'.

English ff. 145r-147r Arma Christi/Symbols of the Passion (IMEV 2577 ) 'Veronicle y honoure hym & the þat the made þurw his pryvyte'. 'ffor to segge eny day pater noster & v ave maria placebo & dirige & credo'.

‘ A New Approach to Middle English Dialectology ’ , English Studies , 44, 1-28, p. 7, n. 16. McIntosh, A., Samuels, M. L. and Benskin, M. 1986. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English: County Dictionary , 4 vols,

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