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Page 101 - Ther of had I nede; it is wars then it was. Whoso couthe take hede and lett the warld pas, It is ever in drede and brekyll as glas, And slythys. This warld fowre never so, With mervels mo and mo, Now in weyll, now in wo, And all thyng wrythys.
Page 104 - I couthe teyn you. Mak : God looke you all thre ! me thoght I had sene you, ye ar a fare compane. primus pastor : can ye now mene you ? ^° secundus pastor : Shrew, lape ! Thus late as thou goys, what wyll men suppos?
Page 263 - Angelus. He is not here, the sothe to say, The place is voyde ther in he lay, The sudary here se ye may Was on hym layde ; He is rysen and gone his way, As he you sayde.
Page 225 - And wax alle faed in fere, alle dym then ar thay dight, In payn has thou no pere that is withoutten pight. Swete son, say me thi thoght...
Page 61 - Secundus Miles. Syr kyng, syche care was never kend, In no mans tyme that ever was borne. Pharao. Telle on, belyfe, and make an end. Primus Miles. Syr, the waters that were ordand For men and bestes foyde, Thrughe outt alle Egypt land, Ar turnyd into reede bloyde ; Fulle ugly and fulle ylle is hytt, That bothe freshe and fayre was before. Pharao. O, ho ! this is a wonderfulle thyag to wytt, Of alle the warkes that ever were.
Page 353 - Manuscripts, illustrative of the intellectual, the moral, the religious, and the social condition of those parts of England and Scotland included on the east between the Humber and the Firth of Forth, and on the west between the Mersey and the Clyde, a region which constituted the ancient Kingdom of Northumbria.
Page 115 - Primus pastor. Syrs, do my reede. For this trespas, We will nawther ban ne flyte, « Fyght nor chyte, Bot have done as tyte And cast hym in canvas.
Page 250 - And here thou wyrkys 5 alle wrang. Jesus. I wyrk no wrang, that shalle thou wytt ,' If I my men fro wo wille wyn; ' My prophettes playnly prechyd it, Alle the...