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" But Phebus, for the reverence Of that she hadde be his love, Hath wrought through his power above That she sprong up out of the molde Into a flour, was named Golde, Which stant governed of the sonne. "
Confessio Amantis of John Gower - Page 348
by John Gower - 1857
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Confessio Amantis, Volume 2

John Gower - 1857
...with that do make a pit, Wherin he hath his doughter fet, As he, that woll no pile have, So that flie was all quike begrave And deide anone in his prefence....of the molde Into a flour, was named golde, Which flant governed of the fonne. And thus whan love is evil wonne, Full ofte it cometh to repentail. Amans....
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 136

1872
...the reverence Of that she hadde be his love, Hath wrought through his power above, That she sprong up out of the molde Into a flour was named golde, Which stant governed of the sonne.' Of modern poets, Mrs. Loudon quotes one who, in describing a marsh celebrates...
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The Plant-lore & Garden-craft of Shakespeare

Henry Nicholson Ellacombe - Daisies - 1884 - 438 pages
...one. The old name is simply goldes. Gower, describing the burning of Leucothoe, says — " She sprong up out of the molde Into a flour, was named Golde, Which stant governed of the Sonne." Conf. Aman., lib. quint. Chaucer spoke of the "yellow Goldes;"1 in the...
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Altenglische sprachproben nebst einem wörterbuch: bd. Wörterbuch: 1.-13 ...

Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner - English language - 1885
...Name einer Blume, Ringelblume, Goldblume. Phebus . . Hath wrought . . That she [se. Leuchothoe] sprong up out of the molde Into a flour, was named golde, Which slant governed of the sonne. GOWER II. .456. Goolde, herbe, solsequiiim, quia sequilur solem, elilropium,...
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altenglische sprachproben

eduard matzner - 1885
...Name einer Blume, Ringelblume, Goldblume. Phebus . . Hath wrought . That she [se. Leuchothoe] sprong up out of the molde Into a flour, was named golde, Which stant governed of the sonne. GowER II. 356. Goolde, herbe, solsequiiim, quia sequitur solem, elitropium,...
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Tales of the Seven Deadly Sins: Being the Confessio Amantis

John Gower - Deadly sins - 1889 - 446 pages
...the reverence by day Of that she hadde be his love, Hath wrought through his power That she sprong up out of the molde Into a flour, was named Golde, Which stant governed of the sonne. And thus whan love is evil wonne, Full ofte it cometh to repentail." —...
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Tales of the Seven Deadly Sins

1889
...for the reverence Of that she hadde be his love, Hath wrought through his power above That she sprong up out of the molde Into a flour, was named Golde, Which stant governed of the sonne. And thus whan love is evil wonne, Full ofte it cometh to repentail."—...
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Shakespeare Studies and Essay on English Dictionaries

Thomas Spencer Baynes - English language - 1894 - 409 pages
...the reverence Of that she hadde be his love, Hath wrought through his power above, That she sprong up out of the molde Into a flour was named golde, Which stant governed of the sonne ". Of modern poets, Mrs. Loudon quotes one who, in describing a marsh,...
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Middle English Dictionary, Part 3

Hans Kurath - History - 1963 - 128 pages
...Chaucer CT.Kn A l929: lalousye wered of yelowe gooldes a gerland (al393) Gower CA 5 6780: Sche sprong up out of the molde Into a flour was named golde, Which stant governed of the Sonne (l440) PParv 202: Goolde, herbe: Solsequium,quia sequitur solem, elitropium,...
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