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" Of thin auncestres, for her heigh bounte, Which is a straunge thing to thy persone ; Thy gentilesce cometh fro God alloone. Than comth oure verray gentilesse of grace, It was no thing biquethe us with oure place. Thinketh how nobil, as saith Valerius,... "
Altenglische sprachproben nebst einem wörterbuch: abth. Poesie. 1867. 2 ... - Page 338
by Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner - 1867
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 24

English literature - 1847
...to thy persone : Thy gentilesce cometh fro God alloone. Than comth oure verray gentilesse of grace, It was no thing biquethe us with oure place. Thinketh...high noblesse. Redith Senek, and redith eek Boece, fl750 Ther schuhi ye se expresse, that no dred is, That he is gentil that doth gentil dedis. And therfor,...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 24

Percy Society - English literature - 1847
...to thy persone : Thy gentilesce cometh fro God alloone. Than comth oure verray gentilesse of grace, It was no thing biquethe us with oure place. Thinketh...high noblesse. Redith Senek, and redith eek Boece, (i ' 30 Ther schuln ye se expresse, that no dred is, That he is gentil that doth gentil dedis. And...
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The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer: A New Text with ..., Volume 1

Geoffrey Chaucer - Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages - 1847
...to thy persone : Thy gentilesce cometh fro God alloone. Than comth oure verray gentilesse of grace, It was no thing biquethe us with oure place. Thinketh...high noblesse. Redith Senek, and redith eek Boece, 6'50 Ther schuln ye se expresse, that no dred is, That he is gentil that doth gentil dedis. And therfor,...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 24

Percy Society - English literature - 1847
...Tullius Hostilius, That out of povert ros to high noblesse. Redith Senek, and redith eek Boece, 675° Ther schuln ye se expresse, that no dred is, That he is gentil that doth gentil dedis. And therfor, lieve housbond, I conclude, Al were it that myn auncetres wer rude, Yit may the...
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The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer

Geoffrey Chaucer - Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages - 1853 - 226 pages
...to thy persone; Thy gentilesce cometh fro God alloone. Than comth oure verray gentilesse of grace, It was no thing biquethe us with oure place. Thinketh how nobil, as saith Valerius, Was thilke Tullins Hostilius, That out of povert ros to high noblesse. Eedith Senek, and redith eek Boece, 6750...
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Poetical Works: With an Essay on His Language and Versification and an ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1860
...poverte rose to high noblesse. Redeth Senek, and redeth eke Hoi ce, Ther shull ye seen expresse, that it no dred is, That he is gentil that doth gentil dédis. And therfore, leve husbond, I thus conclude, Al be it that min auncestres weren rude, Yet may the highe...
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The Origin and History of the English Language and of the Early Literature ...

George Perkins Marsh - English language - 1862 - 574 pages
...fro God alloone. Than comth cure verray gentilesse of grace, It was no thing biquethe us with cure place. Thinketh how nobil, as saith Valerius, Was...high noblesse. Redith Senek, and redith eek Boece, Ther schuln ye se expresse, that no dred is, That he is gentil that doth gentil dedis. And therfor,...
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The Origin and History of the English Language, and of the Early Literature ...

George Perkins Marsh - English language - 1866 - 574 pages
...thy persone; Thy gentilesce comelh fro God alloone. Than comth cure verray gentilesse of grace, • It was no thing biquethe us with oure place. Thinketh...Hostilius, That out of povert ros to high noblesse. Kedith Senek, and redith eek Boecc, Ther schuln ye se expresse, that no dred is, That he is gentil...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Volume 2

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1866
...to thy persone ; Thy gentilesce cometh fro God alloone. Than comth oure verray gentilesse of grace, It was no thing biquethe us with oure place. Thinketh...nobil, as saith Valerius, Was thilke Tullius Hostilius, sio That out of povert ros to high noblesse. Eedith Senek, and redith eek Boece, Ther schuln ye se...
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Altenglische Sprachproben: Nebst Einem Wörterbuche

Anglo-Saxons - 1867
...to thy persone; Thy gentilesce cometh fro God alloone. Than comth oure verray gentilesse of grac«, 6745 It was no thing biquethe us with oure place....conclude, Al were it that myn auncetres wer rude, Tit may the highe God, and so hope I, 6755 Graunte me grace to lyve vertuously; Thau am I gentil, whan...
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