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" Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo, in his kynde. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil hous, And had his eldres noble and vertuous, And nyl himselve... "
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
...lif, til that it dye. Her may ye se wel, how that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun Alway, as doth the fuyr,...kynde. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer: a new text with ..., Volume 1

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1847
...se wel, how that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun 6?30 Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo, in his kynde. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages ...

Percy Society - English literature - 1847
...wel, how that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun 673 ° Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo, in his kynde. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages ...

Percy Society - English literature - 1847
...wel, how that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun 673° Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo, in his kynde. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, Volumes 87-88

Languages, Modern - 1891
...hotc that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun Alway, äs doth the fuyr, lo, in his kynde. For god it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schäme and vilonye; vgl. Boece III, pr. 4 Certes, yif pat honour of poeple tceere n naturel...
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The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer

Geoffrey Chaucer - Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages - 1853 - 226 pages
...se wel, how that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun 6730 Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo, in his kynde. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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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
...lif, til that it dye. Her may ye se wel, how that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun Alway, as doth the fuyr,...kynde. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonyc. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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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
...lif, til that it dye. Her may ye se wel, how that genterye Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo, in his kyVide. For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Volume 2

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1866
...til that it dye. Her may ye se wel, how that genterye 200 Is nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun Alway, as doth the fuyr,...kynde For God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lordes sone do schame and vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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Altenglische Sprachproben: Nebst Einem Wörterbuche

Anglo-Saxons - 1867
...brenne 6725 As twenty thousand men might it biholde ; His office naturel ay wol it holde, Up peril on my lif, til that it dye. Her may ye se wel, how...he was boren of a gentil hous, And had his eldres noble and vertuous, And nyl himselve doo no gentil dedes, Ne folw his gentil aunceter, that deed is,...
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