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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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The Origin and History of the English Language, and of the Early Literature ...

George Perkins Marsh - English language - 1867 - 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 vilonye. And he that wol have pris of his gentrie, For he was boren of a gentil...
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Chaucer's England, Volume 1

William Brighty Rands - England - 1869
...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 prologue to the Canterbury tales, with notes [ &c.] by J.M.D. Meiklejohn

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1880
...that I dye. Her may ye se wel, how that genterye Is nought4 annexid to possess'ioun, Sithiu 5 folk doon her operac'ioun Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo ! in his kynde ! The early literary works of Chaucer were translations from Latin, French, and Italian ; and by these...
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The Squieres Tale. With Life, Grammar, Notes, and an Etymological Glossary

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1882 - 80 pages
...that I dye. Her may ye se wel, how that genterye Is nought4 annexid to possessi'oun, Sithin 5 folk doon her operac'ioun Alway, as doth the fuyr, lo ! in his kynde ! The early literary works of Chaucer were translations from Latin, French, and Italian ; and by these...
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The Works of John Dryden: Poetical works

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1885
...til that it dye. Her may ye se wel, ' ow that genterye 29O 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

Geoffrey Chaucer - Poetry - 2002 - 706 pages
...wel how that genterye k nought annexid to possessioun, Sithins folk ne doon her operacioun65 Always, as doth the fuyr, lo, in his kynde, For, God it wot, men may ful often fynde A lord's 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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