Chaucer; Animaduersions Uppon The Annotacions And Corrections Of Some Imperfections Of Impressiones…

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byFrancis Thynne

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1865. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... kingdome did lye in the middle of England, and conteyned most of the shires thereof. Fo: 90. pa: 2. for pilloure you will vs to reade puionres of silver Pellure, signifyinge furres. but althoughe the Clergye *Z^?t0K Car" ware furres, and some of them had their outwarde ornamentes thereof when they came to their service, as the Chanons had their Grey amises; yet in this place, to shewe the proude and stately ensignes of the Clergye, he there nameth the popes crowne, and the Cardinalls pilloures, yf I be not deceved. for euery cardinall had, for parte of his honorable ensignes borne before hym, certein silver pillers; as had Cardinall Wolsey, in the tyme of kinge Henrye the eighte, and Cardinall Poole, in my memory. So that pilloure in that place is better than pellure, because pilloures were a note of more pride and maiestye [againste whiche the Plowmanne dothe enveye in those woordes,] than in the weringe of furres. Fo: 90. pa: 2. for these wordes, with change of Liketh best the old reading of many manner of meates,] you wolde have vs reade, "change of many manner of They eate of many manner of meates. Touchinge meates." whiche, althoughe the sence stande well, yet sure Chaucer followeth this matter in many staues together with this prepositione [cum, with,] and this coniunctione [et, and;]--as, "With pride misledd the poore, and with money filled manye a male, &c." so he contynuethe yt still with that prepositione, "with change of many meates;" wTwche is as good as the other, for euery one knoweth Chaucers meanynge to be that they eate of many meates, when they haue change of many meates; for why sholde they haue change of meates, but for varyetye to please the palates taste in eatynge. In the next staffe, [for myters moe then one or two] you And also ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1865. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... kingdome did lye in the middle of England, and conteyned most of the shires thereof. Fo: 90. pa: 2. for pilloure you will vs...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:26 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.05 inPublished:January 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217810055

ISBN - 13:9780217810050

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