Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Gamelyn's Tale to Geoffrey Chaucer

Comparison of Geoffrey Chaucer Gamelyn's Tale to Geoffrey Chaucer

Summary

Geoffrey Chaucer Gamelyn's Tale has 902 lines, and 20% of them have strong matches at magnitude 15+ in Geoffrey Chaucer. 62% of the lines have weak matches at magnitude 10 to 14. 18% of the lines have no match. On average, each line has 0.4 strong matches and 4.29 weak matches.

Gamelyn's Tale

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Gamelyn's Tale: 1

Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 169

Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 170

And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 288

And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 289

Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 290

And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 341

Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 342

And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 343

Herkeneth, lordinges and lesteneth aright, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 768

Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.' [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 769

Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 2

And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 169

[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 170

[continues previous] And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 226

Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.' [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 288

[continues previous] And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 289

[continues previous] Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 290

[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 341

[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 342

[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 343

[continues previous] Herkeneth, lordinges and lesteneth aright,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 768

[continues previous] Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 769

[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 770

[continues previous] And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 3

Sire Iohan of Boundys was his righte name,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 226

[continues previous] Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.' [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 4

He cowde of norture y-nough and mochil of game.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 226

[continues previous] Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 5

Thre sones the knight hadde that with his body he wan;
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Miller's Tale: 642

That yet aswowne he lay, bothe pale and wan; [continues next]
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Miller's Tale: 643

For with the fal he brosten hadde his arm; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 883

Thus ended the false knight with his treccherye,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 884

That ever hadde y-lad his lyf in falsnes and folye.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 6

The eldest was a moche schrewe and sone he bigan.
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Miller's Tale: 643

[continues previous] For with the fal he brosten hadde his arm;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 230

Whyl thou were a yong boy a moche schrewe thou were.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 231

Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 8

The eldest deserved his fadres curs and had it at the last.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 886

That was the meede that he hadde for his fadres curs.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 887

Sire Ote was eldest and Gamelyn was ying,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 11

The goode knight cared sore syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 25

Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 33

Than spak the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 66

Right on his deth-bedde syk ther he lay; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 67

And sone aftirward he lay stoon-stille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 12

How his children scholde liven after his day.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 66

[continues previous] Right on his deth-bedde syk ther he lay;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 13

He hadde ben wyde-wher but non housbond he was,
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 550

Myn housbond was at London al that Lente; [continues next]
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 551

I hadde the bettre leyser for to pleye, [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 51

... him ful ofte. Suffre thou therfore paciently; for the wyse man seith: 'if thou stryve with a fool, though the fool be wrooth or though he laughe, algate thou shalt have no reste.' That other grevance outward is to have damage of thy catel. Ther-agayns suffred Crist ful paciently, whan he was despoyled of al that he hadde in this lyf, and that nas but hise clothes. The thridde grevance is a man to have harm in his body. That suffred Crist ful paciently in al his passioun. The fourthe grevance is in outrageous labour in werkes. Wherfore I seye, that folk that maken hir servants to ... [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 45

Al the lond that ther was they dalten it in two, [continues next]
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Legend of Dido: 103

How Troye and al the lond destroyed was. [continues next]
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Legend of Dido: 104

'Allas! that I was born,' quod Eneas, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 14

Al the lond that he hadde it was verrey purchas.
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 550

[continues previous] Myn housbond was at London al that Lente;
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Pardoner's Tale: 528

That, as he seyde, his capouns hadde y-slawe, [continues next]
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Pardoner's Tale: 529

And fayn he wolde wreke him, if he mighte, [continues next]
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Parson's Tale: 51

[continues previous] ... him ful ofte. Suffre thou therfore paciently; for the wyse man seith: 'if thou stryve with a fool, though the fool be wrooth or though he laughe, algate thou shalt have no reste.' That other grevance outward is to have damage of thy catel. Ther-agayns suffred Crist ful paciently, whan he was despoyled of al that he hadde in this lyf, and that nas but hise clothes. The thridde grevance is a man to have harm in his body. That suffred Crist ful paciently in al his passioun. The fourthe grevance is in outrageous labour in werkes. Wherfore I seye, that folk that maken hir servants to travaillen ...
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Gamelyn's Tale: 45

[continues previous] Al the lond that ther was they dalten it in two,
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Legend of Dido: 103

[continues previous] How Troye and al the lond destroyed was.
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Legend of Dido: 104

[continues previous] 'Allas! that I was born,' quod Eneas,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 15

Fayn he wolde it were dressed among hem alle,
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Knight's Tale: 1849

And of another thing they were as fayn,
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Knight's Tale: 1850

That of hem alle was ther noon y-slayn,
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Miller's Tale: 312

And whan that ech of hem had dronke his part, [continues next]
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Pardoner's Tale: 529

[continues previous] And fayn he wolde wreke him, if he mighte,
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Troilus and Criseyde 3: 1339

So looth to hem a-sonder goon it were, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 16

That ech of hem hadde his part as it mighte falle.
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Miller's Tale: 312

[continues previous] And whan that ech of hem had dronke his part,
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 56

And Iacob eek, as ferforth as I can;
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 57

And ech of hem hadde wyves mo than two;
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Monk's Tale: 288

For ech of hem hadde other leef and dere.
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Troilus and Criseyde 3: 1340

[continues previous] That ech from other wende been biraft,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 18

To helpe delen his londes and dressen hem to-rightes.
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Miller's Tale: 436

And prively he sente hem to his in, [continues next]
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Miller's Tale: 437

And heng hem in the roof in privetee. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 42

And wenten in-to counsel his londes for to dele;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 43

For to delen hem alle to oon, that was her thought,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 19

He sente hem word by lettres they schulden hye blyve,
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Canterbury Tales Prologue: 402

By water he sente hem hoom to every lond.
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Miller's Tale: 436

[continues previous] And prively he sente hem to his in,
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Miller's Tale: 437

[continues previous] And heng hem in the roof in privetee.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 20

If they wolde speke with him whyl he was on lyve.
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Friar's Tale: 221

Bet than Virgyle, whyl he was on lyve,
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Manciple's Tale: 18

For in this world was noon so fair on lyve.
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Manciple's Tale: 19

He was ther-with fulfild of gentillesse,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 58

That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 157

Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 224

'Thou knewe wel my fader whyl he couthe go,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 225

Whyles he was on lyve by seint Martyn!
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Gamelyn's Tale: 228

I knew wel thy fader whyl he was on lyve;
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Romaunt of the Rose: 3361

I durst no lenger with him speke,
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Romaunt of the Rose: 3362

For Daunger seide he wolde be wreke,
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 1337

That wolde speke, if that they coude, and pleyne.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 21

Tho the knightes herden syk that he lay,
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Franklin's Tale: 508

And wel ny al that night he hadde his reste; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 861

Tho Gamelyn hadde thus y-doon hadde he no reste, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 862

Til he had enquered who was on the queste [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 1106

Hadde he that night; no-thing to slepe him leste. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 22

Hadde they no reste nother night ne day,
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Franklin's Tale: 508

[continues previous] And wel ny al that night he hadde his reste;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 861

[continues previous] Tho Gamelyn hadde thus y-doon hadde he no reste, [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 582

She hadde no thought, by night ne day,
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 1105

[continues previous] To come ayein: god wot, ful litel reste
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 1106

[continues previous] Hadde he that night; no-thing to slepe him leste.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 23

Til they comen to him ther he lay stille
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Squire's Tale: 324

And in that place he wol abyde stille, [continues next]
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Pardoner's Tale: 397

And therfore moot I han myn age stille, [continues next]
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Nun's Priest's Tale: 401

And in a bed of wortes stille he lay,
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Nun's Priest's Tale: 402

Til it was passed undern of the day,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 50

They comen ayein to the knight ther he lay ful stille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 51

And tolden him anon-right how they hadden wrought; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 66

Right on his deth-bedde syk ther he lay; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 67

And sone aftirward he lay stoon-stille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 263

Gamelyn in the place stood as stille as stoon, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 264

For to abyde wrasteling but ther com noon; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 862

[continues previous] Til he had enquered who was on the queste
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Gamelyn's Tale: 24

On his deth-bedde to abyde goddes wille.
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Squire's Tale: 323

[continues previous] And he wol doun descende and doon your wille;
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Squire's Tale: 324

[continues previous] And in that place he wol abyde stille,
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Squire's Tale: 498

And, with a syk, right thus she seyde hir wille. [continues next]
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Pardoner's Tale: 398

[continues previous] As longe time as it is goddes wille.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 49

[continues previous] Whan they hadde deled the lond at here wille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 50

[continues previous] They comen ayein to the knight ther he lay ful stille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 66

[continues previous] Right on his deth-bedde syk ther he lay; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 264

[continues previous] For to abyde wrasteling but ther com noon;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 25

Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Squire's Tale: 498

[continues previous] And, with a syk, right thus she seyde hir wille.
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Squire's Tale: 499

[continues previous] 'Ther I was bred (allas! that harde day!)
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Gamelyn's Tale: 11

The goode knight cared sore syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 33

Than spak the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 50

[continues previous] They comen ayein to the knight ther he lay ful stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 52

And the knight ther he lay lyked it right nought.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 53

Than seyde the knight 'by seynt Martyn,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 66

[continues previous] Right on his deth-bedde syk ther he lay;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 67

[continues previous] And sone aftirward he lay stoon-stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 26

'Lordes, I you warne for soth, withoute nay,
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Franklin's Tale: 506

'Nay,' quod this clerk, 'have heer my feith to borwe.' [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 693

Tho was Gamelyn anon withoute tarying, [continues next]
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Legend of Dido: 109

No lenger for to liven I ne kepe!' [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 27

I may no lenger liven heer in this stounde;
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Wife of Bath's Tale: 122

I mighte no lenger kepe it, out of doute,'
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Wife of Bath's Tale: 123

Heer may ye se, thogh we a tyme abyde,
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Franklin's Tale: 505

[continues previous] Ye tarie us heer no lenger than to-morwe.'
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Franklin's Tale: 506

[continues previous] 'Nay,' quod this clerk, 'have heer my feith to borwe.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 692

[continues previous] Me ben comen tydinges I may no lenger dwelle.'
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Legend of Dido: 108

[continues previous] Be now disslaundred, and in swich degre, [continues next]
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Legend of Dido: 109

[continues previous] No lenger for to liven I ne kepe!' [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1190

That in this world he lenger liven sholde.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 28

For thurgh goddes wille deth draweth me to grounde.'
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Knight's Tale: 459

For Goddes sake, to letten of his wille, [continues next]
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Monk's Tale: 4

To bringe hem out of hir adversitee; [continues next]
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Legend of Dido: 109

[continues previous] No lenger for to liven I ne kepe!'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 29

Ther nas non of hem alle that herde him aright,
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Canterbury Tales Prologue: 604

Ther coude no man bringe him in arrerage.
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Canterbury Tales Prologue: 605

Ther nas baillif, ne herde, ne other hyne,
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Canterbury Tales Prologue: 606

That he ne knew his sleighte and his covyne;
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Knight's Tale: 358

Ther nas non other remedye ne reed,
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Knight's Tale: 460

[continues previous] Ther as a beest may al his lust fulfille.
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Knight's Tale: 1767

Unhorsed hath ech other of hem tweye.
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Knight's Tale: 1768

Ther nas no tygre in the vale of Galgopheye,
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Clerk's Tale: 659

For which it semed thus, that of hem two
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Clerk's Tale: 660

Ther nas but o wil; for, as Walter leste,
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Monk's Tale: 3

[continues previous] And fillen so that ther nas no remedie
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Monk's Tale: 4

[continues previous] To bringe hem out of hir adversitee;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 511

Ther was non of hem alle that with his staf mette, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 654

Ther was non of hem alle that wolde do him harm, [continues next]
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Book of the Duchesse: 180

Hit was for noght; ther herde him non.
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Book of the Duchesse: 940

Had that swete, that boon nor brekke
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Book of the Duchesse: 941

Nas ther non sene, that mis-sat.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 30

That they ne hadden reuthe of that ilke knight,
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Wife of Bath's Tale: 145

And seyde, 'sir knight, heer-forth ne lyth no wey. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 511

[continues previous] Ther was non of hem alle that with his staf mette,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 654

[continues previous] Ther was non of hem alle that wolde do him harm,
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 956

'O Diomede, I love that ilke place [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 31

And seyde, 'sir, for goddes love ne dismay you nought;
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Wife of Bath's Tale: 145

[continues previous] And seyde, 'sir knight, heer-forth ne lyth no wey.
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Merchant's Tale: 569

And to his privee freendes thus seyde he:
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Merchant's Tale: 570

'For goddes love, as sone as it may be,
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1728

Seyde, 'alle folk, for goddes love, I preye,
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 955

[continues previous] And straungely she spak, and seyde thus:
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 956

[continues previous] 'O Diomede, I love that ilke place
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Gamelyn's Tale: 32

God may do bote of bale that is now y-wrought.'
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 928

God sende every trewe man bote of his bale! — Amen.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 34

'Boote of bale god may sende I wot it is no nay;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 33

Than spak the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 11

The goode knight cared sore syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 25

Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 50

They comen ayein to the knight ther he lay ful stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 52

And the knight ther he lay lyked it right nought.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 66

Right on his deth-bedde syk ther he lay;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 67

And sone aftirward he lay stoon-stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 34

'Boote of bale god may sende I wot it is no nay;
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Clerk's Tale: 760

And my poverte no wight can ne may
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Clerk's Tale: 761

Maken comparison; it is no nay.
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Clerk's Tale: 762

I ne heeld me never digne in no manere
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Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 928

God sende every trewe man bote of his bale! — Amen.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 32

God may do bote of bale that is now y-wrought.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 631

After bale cometh boote thurgh grace of god almight;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 38

And forgetith nat Gamelyn my yonge sone that is.
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 902

And that anoon; ye nil not trowe how sone; [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 903

Now taketh heed, for it is for to done. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 39

Taketh heed to that on as wel as to that other;
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Romaunt of the Rose: 2883

In siker wyse; ye, every other [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 903

[continues previous] Now taketh heed, for it is for to done.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 40

Selde ye see ony eyr helpen his brother.'
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Romaunt of the Rose: 2883

[continues previous] In siker wyse; ye, every other
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Romaunt of the Rose: 2884

[continues previous] Shal helpen as his owne brother,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 41

Tho leete they the knight lyen that was nought in hele,
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Merchant's Tale: 1127

Up peril of my soule, I shal nat lyen,
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Merchant's Tale: 1128

As me was taught, to hele with your yën,
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Melibee's Tale: 3

Whan Melibeus retourned was in-to his hous, and saugh al this meschief, he, lyk a mad man, rendinge his clothes, gan to wepe and crye. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 42

And wenten in-to counsel his londes for to dele;
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Melibee's Tale: 2

[continues previous] ... of his hous, and by the windowes been entred, and betten his wyf, and wounded his doghter with fyve mortal woundes in fyve sondry places; this is to seyn, in hir feet, in hir handes, in hir eres, in hir nose, and in hir mouth; and leften hir for deed, and wenten awey.
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Melibee's Tale: 3

[continues previous] Whan Melibeus retourned was in-to his hous, and saugh al this meschief, he, lyk a mad man, rendinge his clothes, gan to wepe and crye.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 18

To helpe delen his londes and dressen hem to-rightes. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 43

For to delen hem alle to oon, that was her thought,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 18

[continues previous] To helpe delen his londes and dressen hem to-rightes.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 5

diverse weyes, but natheles they enforcen hem alle to comen only
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 2: 6

to oon ende of blisfulnesse. And blisfulnesse is swiche a good,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 45

Al the lond that ther was they dalten it in two,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 13

He hadde ben wyde-wher but non housbond he was,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 14

Al the lond that he hadde it was verrey purchas.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 608

And everich of hem two drank a draught of wyn, [continues next]
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Legend of Hypsipyle and Medea: 36

That, in his tyme, in al that lond, ther nas
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Gamelyn's Tale: 46

And leeten Gamelyn the yonge withoute londe go,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 607

[continues previous] Adam took by the hond yonge Gamelyn;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 608

[continues previous] And everich of hem two drank a draught of wyn,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 47

And ech of hem seyde to other ful lowde,
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Canterbury Tales Prologue: 429

For ech of hem made other for to winne; [continues next]
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Knight's Tale: 1767

Unhorsed hath ech other of hem tweye. [continues next]
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 220

That ech of hem ful blisful was and fawe
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 221

To bringe me gaye thinges fro the fayre.
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Merchant's Tale: 446

Han take hir leve, and ech of hem of other.
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Pardoner's Tale: 375

To live and dyen ech of hem for other,
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Shipman's Tale: 41

And ech of hem gan other for tassure
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Shipman's Tale: 142

And ech of hem tolde other what hem liste.
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Monk's Tale: 288

For ech of hem hadde other leef and dere.
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 14

they ben dyverse that oon fro that othre; and so as ech of hem
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Consolatione Philosophie 3 Prose 11: 15

is lakkinge to other, they ne han no power to bringen a good that
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Hadden no fantasye to debate,
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Former Age: 52

But ech of hem wolde other wel cheryce;
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Sith ech of hem recovered hath his make; [continues next]
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Parlement of Foules: 689

Ful blisful may they singen whan they wake; [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1618

Answerde of this ech worse of hem than other,
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And Poliphete they gonnen thus to warien,
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Troilus and Criseyde 3: 1343

For which ful ofte ech of hem seyde, 'O swete,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 48

His bretheren mighte yeve him lond whan he good cowde.
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[continues previous] To sende him drogges and his letuaries,
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[continues previous] Togidre y-met, and wroght his felawe wo;
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and with as moche as love, that doublede his sorwe, mighte
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yeve him and techen him; and he commoevede the helle, and
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[continues previous] Sith ech of hem recovered hath his make;
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Whan they hadde deled the lond at here wille,
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On his deth-bedde to abyde goddes wille. [continues next]
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They comen ayein to the knight ther he lay ful stille,
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He clapte his tayl agayn, and lay ful stille. [continues next]
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This frere, whan he loked hadde his fille [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 23

[continues previous] Til they comen to him ther he lay stille [continues next]
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[continues previous] On his deth-bedde to abyde goddes wille. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 25

[continues previous] Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 33

Than spak the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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And tolden him anon-right how they hadden wrought; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 52

And the knight ther he lay lyked it right nought. [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 1335

And he ful sone [it] sette on ende, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 919

Under the chambre-wal ther as she lay,
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Ful loude sang ayein the mone shene,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 51

And tolden him anon-right how they hadden wrought;
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[continues previous] He clapte his tayl agayn, and lay ful stille.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 23

[continues previous] Til they comen to him ther he lay stille
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[continues previous] They comen ayein to the knight ther he lay ful stille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 52

[continues previous] And the knight ther he lay lyked it right nought. [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 1334

[continues previous] He [bad] him [bende it] anon-right;
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[continues previous] And he ful sone [it] sette on ende,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 52

And the knight ther he lay lyked it right nought.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 25

Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 33

Than spak the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 50

[continues previous] They comen ayein to the knight ther he lay ful stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 51

[continues previous] And tolden him anon-right how they hadden wrought;
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Than seyde the knight 'by seynt Martyn,
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[continues previous] Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Hous of Fame 2: 377

He gan, and seyde, 'By Seynt Iame! [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 54

For al that ye have y-doon yit is the lond myn;
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Hous of Fame 2: 378

[continues previous] Now wil we speken al of game.' —
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For goddes love, neyhebours stondeth alle stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 571

'Felaw,' seyde the porter 'stond there stille, [continues next]
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Seyde, 'alle folk, for goddes love, I preye, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 56

And I wil dele my lond right after my wille.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 572

[continues previous] And I wil wende to Gamelyn to witen his wille.'
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[continues previous] Seyde, 'alle folk, for goddes love, I preye,
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Iohan, myn eldeste sone schal have plowes fyve,
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Squire's Tale: 30

Of whiche the eldeste highte Algarsyf, [continues next]
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Squire's Tale: 31

That other sone was cleped Cambalo. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 59

And my middeleste sone fyve plowes of lond, [continues next]
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That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve;
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Friar's Tale: 221

Bet than Virgyle, whyl he was on lyve,
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Squire's Tale: 31

[continues previous] That other sone was cleped Cambalo.
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Manciple's Tale: 18

For in this world was noon so fair on lyve.
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Manciple's Tale: 19

He was ther-with fulfild of gentillesse,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 20

If they wolde speke with him whyl he was on lyve.
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[continues previous] And my middeleste sone fyve plowes of lond, [continues next]
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[continues previous] That I halp for to gete with my righte hond;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 157

Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 224

'Thou knewe wel my fader whyl he couthe go,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 225

Whyles he was on lyve by seint Martyn!
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I knew wel thy fader whyl he was on lyve; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 59

And my middeleste sone fyve plowes of lond,
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Iohan, myn eldeste sone schal have plowes fyve, [continues next]
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[continues previous] That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 157

[continues previous] Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 229

[continues previous] And thyself, Gamelyn I wil that thou it heere,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 358

Of fiftene plowes of lond this sixtene yer,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 359

And of alle the beestes thou hast forth bred,
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That I halp for to gete with my righte hond;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 58

[continues previous] That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 62

That I biquethe Gamelyn and alle my goode steedes.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 85

His parkes were y-broken and his deer bireved; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 86

Of alle his goode steedes noon was him bileved; [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1675

My dere brother, Deiphebus, and I, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 63

And I biseke yow, goode men that lawe conne of londe,
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Clerk's Tale: 981

O thing biseke I yow and warne also,
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Clerk's Tale: 982

That ye ne prikke with no tormentinge
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Melibee's Tale: 64

'Certes,' quod they, 'we putten our dede and al our matere and cause al hoolly in your goode wil; and been redy to obeye to the speche and comandement of my lord Melibee. And therfore, dere and benigne lady, we preyen yow and biseke yow as mekely as we conne and mowen, that it lyke un-to your grete goodnesse to fulfillen in dede your goodliche wordes; for we consideren and knowlichen that we han offended and greved my lord Melibee out of mesure; so ferforth, that we be nat of power to maken hise amendes. And therfore we oblige and binden ...
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[continues previous] His parkes were y-broken and his deer bireved;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 86

[continues previous] Of alle his goode steedes noon was him bileved;
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1674

[continues previous] So after this quod she, 'we yow biseke,
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[continues previous] My dere brother, Deiphebus, and I,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 64

For Gamelynes love that my queste stonde.'
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Some for Gamelynes love and some for his eye,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 66

Right on his deth-bedde syk ther he lay;
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The goode knight cared sore syk ther he lay, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 12

How his children scholde liven after his day. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 23

Til they comen to him ther he lay stille [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 24

On his deth-bedde to abyde goddes wille. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 25

Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 33

Than spak the goode knight syk ther he lay, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 67

And sone aftirward he lay stoon-stille,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 11

[continues previous] The goode knight cared sore syk ther he lay,
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[continues previous] Til they comen to him ther he lay stille
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Gamelyn's Tale: 25

[continues previous] Than seyde the goode knight syk ther he lay,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 33

[continues previous] Than spak the goode knight syk ther he lay,
12

Romaunt of the Rose: 1736

And long tyme [ther] a-swone I lay. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 68

And deyde whan tyme com as it was Cristes wille.
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Man of Law's Tale: 623

She halt hir chambre, abyding Cristes wille.
10

Man of Law's Tale: 624

The tyme is come, a knave-child she ber;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 768

Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.'
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Romaunt of the Rose: 1736

[continues previous] And long tyme [ther] a-swone I lay.
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Romaunt of the Rose: 1737

[continues previous] But whan I com out of swoning,
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1301

As for the tyme; and whan that it was eve, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 69

And anon as he was deed and under gras y-grave,
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 1301

[continues previous] As for the tyme; and whan that it was eve,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 70

Sone the elder brother gyled the yonge knave;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 607

Adam took by the hond yonge Gamelyn; [continues next]
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He took into his hond his lond and his leede,
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 814

To han the governance of hous and lond, [continues next]
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 815

And of his tonge and of his hond also, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Adam took by the hond yonge Gamelyn;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 895

Thus wan Gamelyn his lond and his leede, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 896

And wrak him of his enemys and quitte hem here meede; [continues next]
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And Gamelyn himselfe to clothen and to feede.
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[continues previous] And of his tonge and of his hond also,
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[continues previous] Thus wan Gamelyn his lond and his leede,
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[continues previous] And wrak him of his enemys and quitte hem here meede;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 77

So longe was Gamelyn in his brotheres halle,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 81

Gamelyn stood on a day in his brotheres yerde,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 369

Nothing wiste Gamelyn of his brotheres gyle;
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For the strengest, of good wil they doutiden him alle;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 510

That Gamelyn overtok anon they yeeden doun. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 511

Ther was non of hem alle that with his staf mette, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 654

Ther was non of hem alle that wolde do him harm, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 79

Ther was non ther-inne nowther yong ne old,
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Miller's Prologue: 2

In al the route nas ther yong ne old [continues next]
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Miller's Prologue: 3

That he ne seyde it was a noble storie, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 511

[continues previous] Ther was non of hem alle that with his staf mette,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 654

[continues previous] Ther was non of hem alle that wolde do him harm,
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Romaunt of the Rose: 3061

That noon shulde hardy be ne bold [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 3062

(Were he yong, or were he old) [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 80

That wolde wraththe Gamelyn were he never so bold.
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Miller's Prologue: 3

[continues previous] That he ne seyde it was a noble storie,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 141

'I mot neede,' sayde Gamelyn 'wraththe me at oones, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 142

For thou wolde make thy men to breke myne boones, [continues next]
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Gamelyn stood on a day and, as he biheeld [continues next]
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Romaunt of the Rose: 3062

[continues previous] (Were he yong, or were he old)
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Gamelyn stood on a day in his brotheres yerde,
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So longe was Gamelyn in his brotheres halle,
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[continues previous] 'I mot neede,' sayde Gamelyn 'wraththe me at oones,
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[continues previous] For to hyre the quest to hangen his brother.
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[continues previous] Gamelyn stood on a day and, as he biheeld
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Stood on a day in his malencolye
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Gamelyn's Tale: 83

He thoughte on his londes that layen unsawe,
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Miller's Tale: 23

His astrelabie, longinge for his art, [continues next]
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Miller's Tale: 24

His augrim-stones layen faire a-part [continues next]
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Miller's Tale: 25

On shelves couched at his beddes heed: [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 84

And his faire okes that down were y-drawe;
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Miller's Tale: 23

[continues previous] His astrelabie, longinge for his art,
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Miller's Tale: 24

[continues previous] His augrim-stones layen faire a-part
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Miller's Tale: 25

[continues previous] On shelves couched at his beddes heed:
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Gamelyn's Tale: 85

His parkes were y-broken and his deer bireved;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 62

That I biquethe Gamelyn and alle my goode steedes. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 63

And I biseke yow, goode men that lawe conne of londe, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 97

My parkes ben to-broken and my deer bireved, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 98

Of myn armure and my steedes nought is me bileved; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 86

Of alle his goode steedes noon was him bileved;
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[continues previous] That I biquethe Gamelyn and alle my goode steedes.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 63

[continues previous] And I biseke yow, goode men that lawe conne of londe,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 98

[continues previous] Of myn armure and my steedes nought is me bileved;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 87

His howses were unhiled and ful yvel dight;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 165

The knight thoughte on tresoun and Gamelyn on noon, [continues next]
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And wente and kiste his brother and, whan they were at oon, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 661

And that the sonne wente his course unright [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 88

Tho thoughte Gamelyn it wente nought aright.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 165

[continues previous] The knight thoughte on tresoun and Gamelyn on noon, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 166

[continues previous] And wente and kiste his brother and, whan they were at oon, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 627

Tho Gamelyn under the woode lokede aright,
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 660

[continues previous] Than they be wont to be, him thoughte tho;
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Troilus and Criseyde 5: 661

[continues previous] And that the sonne wente his course unright
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Gamelyn's Tale: 89

Afterward cam his brother walkinge thare,
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[continues previous] And wente and kiste his brother and, whan they were at oon,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 430

Wher I go to my brother and girde of his heed?' [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 90

And seyde to Gamelyn 'is our mete yare?'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 430

[continues previous] Wher I go to my brother and girde of his heed?'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 431

[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'it schal not be so.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 91

Tho wraththed him Gamelyn and swor by goddes book,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 159

'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore! [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 231

Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore, [continues next]
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 295

Than answerd the porter and swor by goddes berde, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 296

'Thow ne schalt, Gamelyn come into this yerde.' [continues next]
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Adam swor to Gamelyn by seynt Richer,
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'Thou schalt go bake thy-self I wil nought be thy cook!'
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'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 159

[continues previous] 'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore!
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Gamelyn's Tale: 230

[continues previous] Whyl thou were a yong boy a moche schrewe thou were.'
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 296

[continues previous] 'Thow ne schalt, Gamelyn come into this yerde.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 375

Therfore I thee biseche brother Gamelyn, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 376

Lat me nought be forsworen brother art thou myn; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 762

I schal anon be take and in thy stede y-bounde.' [continues next]
10

Gamelyn's Tale: 763

'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee nought, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 93

'How? brother Gamelyn how answerest thou now?
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Gamelyn's Tale: 145

[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth,
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[continues previous] Therfore I thee biseche brother Gamelyn,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 376

[continues previous] Lat me nought be forsworen brother art thou myn;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 763

[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee nought,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 95

'By my faith,' seyde Gamelyn 'now me thinketh neede,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 141

'I mot neede,' sayde Gamelyn 'wraththe me at oones,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 301

'By my faith,' seyde Gamelyn 'that travail is y-lore,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 96

Of alle the harmes that I have I tok never ar heede.
11

Parson's Tale: 62

After Accidie wol I speke of Avarice and of Coveitise, of which sinne seith seint Paule, that 'the rote of alle harmes is Coveitise': Ad Timotheum, sexto capitulo. For soothly, whan the herte of a man is confounded in it-self and troubled, and that the soule hath lost the confort of god, thanne seketh he an ydel solas of worldly thinges.
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My parkes ben to-broken and my deer bireved,
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 85

His parkes were y-broken and his deer bireved; [continues next]
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 98

Of myn armure and my steedes nought is me bileved;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 85

[continues previous] His parkes were y-broken and his deer bireved;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 86

[continues previous] Of alle his goode steedes noon was him bileved;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 156

And we schulle ben at oon thou most me graunte this: [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 157

Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 360

That my fader me biquath on his deth-bed; [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1629

My fader nought, for al his queynte pley. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 99

Al that my fader me biquath al goth to schame,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 156

[continues previous] And we schulle ben at oon thou most me graunte this:
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Gamelyn's Tale: 157

[continues previous] Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 160

Al that thy fader thee biquath though thou woldest have more;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 360

[continues previous] That my fader me biquath on his deth-bed;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 361

[continues previous] Of al this sixtene yeer I yeve thee the prow,
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Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1628

[continues previous] For who may holde thing that wol a-way?
11

Troilus and Criseyde 4: 1629

[continues previous] My fader nought, for al his queynte pley.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 100

And therfor have thou goddes curs brother by thy name!'
11

Gamelyn's Tale: 114

'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn!
10

Gamelyn's Tale: 115

And if I schal algate be beten anon,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 102

'Stond stille, gadeling and hold right thy pees;
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Merchant's Tale: 488

Hold thou thy pees, thou poete Marcian, [continues next]
12

Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 140

'Hold thou thy pees, and spek no wordes mo, [continues next]
10

Gamelyn's Tale: 571

'Felaw,' seyde the porter 'stond there stille,
10

Gamelyn's Tale: 572

And I wil wende to Gamelyn to witen his wille.'
11

Troilus and Criseyde 4: 455

So hold thy pees; thou sleest me with thy speche. [continues next]
12

Gamelyn's Tale: 103

Thou schalt be fayn for to have thy mete and thy wede;
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Merchant's Tale: 488

[continues previous] Hold thou thy pees, thou poete Marcian,
12

Canon's Yeoman's Tale: 140

[continues previous] 'Hold thou thy pees, and spek no wordes mo,
11

Troilus and Criseyde 4: 455

[continues previous] So hold thy pees; thou sleest me with thy speche.
13

Gamelyn's Tale: 104

What spekest thou, Gamelyn of lond other of leede?'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 239

Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 240

'Thou art faste aboute to bringe me adoun; [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 402

And I wil parte with thee of my free lond.' [continues next]
13

Gamelyn's Tale: 649

Thanne seyde Gamelyn that yong was of elde, [continues next]
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Thus wan Gamelyn his lond and his leede, [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn the child that was ying,
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Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn, [continues next]
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Cristes curs mot thou have but thou be that oon!' [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn smertely anoon,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that stood y-bounde stronge,
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Adam that was the spencer,
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And Cristes curs have that oon that faileth that other!' [continues next]
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That thee out of prisoun beggeth other borwe, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Gamelyn that yong was of elde,
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Thanne sayde Adam that lokkes hadde hore, [continues next]
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'Cristes curs mote he have that him bond so sore! [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise,
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'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs, [continues next]
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Sire Ote was eldest and Gamelyn was ying, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thus wan Gamelyn his lond and his leede,
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'Cristes curs mot he have that clepeth me gadeling!
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Pardoner's Tale: 618

'Nay, nay,' quod he, 'than have I Cristes curs!
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Pardoner's Tale: 619

Lat be,' quod he, 'it shal nat be, so theech!
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I am no worse gadeling ne no worse wight, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn!
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[continues previous] Cristes curs mot thou have but thou be that oon!'
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[continues previous] Thou schalt have a good staf and I wil have another,
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[continues previous] And Cristes curs have that oon that faileth that other!'
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[continues previous] 'He schal have Cristes curs and seynte Maries eeke,
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[continues previous] That thee out of prisoun beggeth other borwe,
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[continues previous] Thanne sayde Adam that lokkes hadde hore,
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[continues previous] 'Cristes curs mote he have that him bond so sore!
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[continues previous] 'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs,
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[continues previous] That was the meede that he hadde for his fadres curs.
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I am no worse gadeling ne no worse wight,
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That I was born," but to no wight,' quod she, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Cristes curs mot he have that clepeth me gadeling!
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[continues previous] I am no worse gadeling ne no worse wight,
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But born of a lady and geten of a knight.'
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[continues previous] That I was born," but to no wight,' quod she,
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But clepide to him his men and seyde to hem tho,
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Tho seyde he to his yonge men 'soth for to telle,
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That I ne hadde broke his nekke tho I his rigge brak! [continues next]
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Goth, greteth hem wel myn housbondes and wyf, [continues next]
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'Goth and beteth this boy and reveth him his wit,
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Who-so that listeth outen his folye, [continues next]
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Lat him come forth, and lerne multiplye; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Goth, greteth hem wel myn housbondes and wyf,
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And lat him lerne another tyme to answere me bet.'
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Thanne seyde Melibee, 'I shal nat conne answere to so manye faire resouns as ye putten to me and shewen. Seyeth shortly your wil and your conseil, and I am al ready to fulfille and parfourne it.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] Lat him come forth, and lerne multiplye;
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[continues previous] And every man that oght hath in his cofre,
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And loke thou me blame but I graunte sone.' [continues next]
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Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Melibee, 'I shal nat conne answere to so manye faire resouns as ye putten to me and shewen. Seyeth shortly your wil and your conseil, and I am al ready to fulfille and parfourne it.'
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn the child that was ying, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore! [continues next]
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And toward the wrasteling the yonge child rood.
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Tho Gamelyn the yonge was ride out at the gat,
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Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.' [continues next]
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'Felaw,' seyde the champioun 'al-so mot I thryve, [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore, [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun,
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Yestirday I lefte' seyde yonge Gamelyn,
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee! [continues next]
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'go-we in Cristes name; [continues next]
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Thanne sayde Adam that lokkes hadde hore, [continues next]
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'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee! [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise,
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Thanne seide the scherreve to yonge Gamelyn, [continues next]
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'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs, [continues next]
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'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn!
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And therfor have thou goddes curs brother by thy name!' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Cristes curs mot he have that clepeth me gadeling!
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Cristes curs mot thou have but thou be that oon!'
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[continues previous] 'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore!
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[continues previous] 'Felaw,' seyde the champioun 'al-so mot I thryve,
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[continues previous] Whyl thou were a yong boy a moche schrewe thou were.'
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[continues previous] Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore,
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Lat me nought be forsworen brother art thou myn;
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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[continues previous] Thou schalt not be forsworen for the love of me.'
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Thou schalt have a good staf and I wil have another,
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And Cristes curs have that oon that faileth that other!'
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'He schal have Cristes curs and seynte Maries eeke, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'go-we in Cristes name;
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[continues previous] 'Cristes curs mote he have that him bond so sore!
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[continues previous] 'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee!
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[continues previous] 'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs, [continues next]
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[continues previous] For, and thou were maister yit I schulde have wors.'
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And if I schal algate be beten anon,
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'Nay, nay,' quod he, 'than have I Cristes curs! [continues next]
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Lat be,' quod he, 'it shal nat be, so theech! [continues next]
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[continues previous] And therfor have thou goddes curs brother by thy name!'
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'By god!' sayde the frankeleyn 'anon it schal be doon;
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I wil my-self be thy man and drawen of thy schoon,
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[continues previous] 'He schal have Cristes curs and seynte Maries eeke, [continues next]
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For when the Iustice sitte and thou be nought y-founde,
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I schal anon be take and in thy stede y-bounde.'
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[continues previous] 'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.' [continues next]
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Cristes curs mot thou have but thou be that oon!'
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[continues previous] 'Nay, nay,' quod he, 'than have I Cristes curs!
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[continues previous] Lat be,' quod he, 'it shal nat be, so theech!
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn the child that was ying,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 106

'Cristes curs mot he have that clepeth me gadeling!
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Gamelyn's Tale: 114

'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn!
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Thou schalt have a good staf and I wil have another,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 446

And Cristes curs have that oon that faileth that other!'
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[continues previous] 'He schal have Cristes curs and seynte Maries eeke,
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[continues previous] That thee out of prisoun beggeth other borwe,
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Thanne sayde Adam that lokkes hadde hore,
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'Cristes curs mote he have that him bond so sore!
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Gamelyn's Tale: 874

[continues previous] 'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.'
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[continues previous] 'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs,
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For, and thou were maister yit I schulde have wors.'
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Made his men to fette staves Gamelyn to bete.
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Adam took by the hond yonge Gamelyn; [continues next]
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Whan that everich of hem a staf hadde y-nome,
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[continues previous] And everich of hem two drank a draught of wyn, [continues next]
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They tolden him of aventures that they hadde founde, [continues next]
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And Gamelyn hem tolde ayein how he was fast y-bounde. [continues next]
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Tho Gamelyn hadde thus y-doon hadde he no reste, [continues next]
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Gamelyn was war anon tho he seigh hem come;
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Tho Gamelyn seigh hem come he loked over-al, [continues next]
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And was war of a pestel stood under a wal;
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[continues previous] Adam took by the hond yonge Gamelyn;
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Tho was Gamelyn anon withoute tarying,
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Let deliver him anon and tak him to me.'
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Tho was Gamelyn delivered to sire Ote his brother,
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[continues previous] And Gamelyn hem tolde ayein how he was fast y-bounde.
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[continues previous] Tho Gamelyn hadde thus y-doon hadde he no reste,
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Tho Gamelyn seigh hem come he loked over-al,
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[continues previous] Gamelyn was war anon tho he seigh hem come; [continues next]
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And loked on Gamelyn and say that he was wroth; [continues next]
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But two goode staves to halle-dore he broughte, [continues next]
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Adam loked on Gamelyn and he was war anoon, [continues next]
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And was war of a pestel stood under a wal;
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[continues previous] Gamelyn was war anon tho he seigh hem come;
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[continues previous] And loked on Gamelyn and say that he was wroth;
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[continues previous] Adam loked on Gamelyn and he was war anoon,
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[continues previous] And caste awey the feteres and he bigan to goon:
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Gamelyn was light of foot and thider gan he lepe,
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Out of the shoppe thider wolde he lepe.
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And drof alle his brotheres men right on an hepe.
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The mullok on an hepe y-sweped was,
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And whan they were alle on an hepe,
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Tho his brother say that he bigan to goon;
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Toward yonge Gamelyn he bigan to goon, [continues next]
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And caste awey the feteres and he bigan to goon: [continues next]
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Tho he com to Adam he took that oo staf, [continues next]
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He fley up in-til a loft and schette the dore fast;
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[continues previous] Toward yonge Gamelyn he bigan to goon,
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[continues previous] And caste awey the feteres and he bigan to goon:
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[continues previous] Tho he com to Adam he took that oo staf,
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Thus Gamelyn with the pestel made hem alle agast.
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And was swithe sore agast of the pestel.
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He seyde, 'brother Gamelyn aske me thy boone,
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And pleyden with the monkes and made hem agast.
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Some for Gamelynes love and some for his eye,
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For Gamelynes love that my queste stonde.'
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What some for here love and some for here awe,
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'What! how now?' seyde Gamelyn 'evel mot ye thee!
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And than seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel fare,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 333

'Lordes,' seyde Gamelyn 'wil ye so hyë? [continues next]
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For the mete and the drink that we have spended now.'
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Thanne seyde the false knight (evel mot he thee!)
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'Herkne, brother Gamelyn what I wol yeve thee;
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee,
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'what is now thy reed?
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'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'by seynte Charite, [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn 'how serve ye me?
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And if I faile thee this day evel mot I thryve!
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'what be now thy reedes?
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But broke-bak scherreve evel mot thou thee!
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Gamelyn's Tale: 833

'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee!
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Wil ye biginne contek and so sone flee?'
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[continues previous] 'Lordes,' seyde Gamelyn 'wil ye so hyë?
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[continues previous] Warne me, brother Adam whan I schal biginne.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] I wil warne thee biforn whan that it schal be; [continues next]
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Allas, I, caitif, whider may I flee? [continues next]
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Who shal un-to thy sone my mene be? [continues next]
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Gamelyn soughte his brother whider he was flowe,
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[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'by seynte Charite,
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his moder, to seen wher he was conceived; and he loked on every [continues next]
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[continues previous] Allas, I, caitif, whider may I flee?
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And saugh wher he loked out at a windowe.
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And sette him in the feteres ther he sat arst. [continues next]
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[continues previous] his moder, to seen wher he was conceived; and he loked on every
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Out at a windowe for to pace;
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'com a litel ner,
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'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth,
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To Gamelyn his brother he yede ful neer, [continues next]
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And sayde to Gamelyn 'who made thee so bold [continues next]
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee! [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Sitte ther, brother' sayde Gamelyn,
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Adam sayde, 'Gamelyn my reed is now this, [continues next]
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But sayde unto Gamelyn mildely and stille, [continues next]
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'Com afore our maister and sey to him thy wille.' [continues next]
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee nought, [continues next]
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Treatise on the Astrolabe Prologue: 1

... of the Astrolabie. Than, for as mechel as a philosofre seith, 'he wrappeth him in his frend, that condescendeth to the rightful preyers of his frend,' ther-for have I geven thee a suffisaunt Astrolabie as for oure orizonte, compowned after the latitude of Oxenford; up-on which, by mediacion of this litel tretis, I purpose to teche thee a certein nombre of conclusions apertening to the same instrument. I seye a certein of conclusiouns, for three causes. The furste cause is this: truste wel that alle the conclusiouns that han ben founde, or elles possibly mighten be founde in so noble an instrument as an Astrolabie, ben un-knowe perfitly ... [continues next]
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And I wil teche thee a play atte bokeler.'
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[continues previous] And sayde to Gamelyn 'who made thee so bold
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[continues previous] For to holde myn avow as I thee biheet.'
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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[continues previous] Here cometh the scherreve and wil have cure heedes.'
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[continues previous] But sayde unto Gamelyn mildely and stille,
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[continues previous] I schal anon be take and in thy stede y-bounde.'
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Treatise on the Astrolabe Prologue: 1

[continues previous] ... Astrolabie. Than, for as mechel as a philosofre seith, 'he wrappeth him in his frend, that condescendeth to the rightful preyers of his frend,' ther-for have I geven thee a suffisaunt Astrolabie as for oure orizonte, compowned after the latitude of Oxenford; up-on which, by mediacion of this litel tretis, I purpose to teche thee a certein nombre of conclusions apertening to the same instrument. I seye a certein of conclusiouns, for three causes. The furste cause is this: truste wel that alle the conclusiouns that han ben founde, or elles possibly mighten be founde in so noble an instrument as an Astrolabie, ben un-knowe perfitly ...
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His brother him answerde and swor by seynt Richer,
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'by seynt Richer,
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For, brother, thou hast y-had by seynt Richer,
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Adam swor to Gamelyn by seynt Richer, [continues next]
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'Whyl the pestel is in thin hond I wil come no neer:
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[continues previous] 'Now I see it is mery to be a spencer,
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Brother, I wil make thy pees I swere by Cristes ore;
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'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore!
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Al that thy fader thee biquath though thou woldest have more;
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Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore, [continues next]
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'Now I am older woxe thou schalt me finde a more!' [continues next]
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My brother is a niggoun I swer by Cristes ore, [continues next]
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And we wil spende largely that he hath spared yore; [continues next]
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I wil make thee myn heir I swere by seint Iohan.'
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But-if that she thy pees wil make.
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Cast away the pestel and wraththe thee no-more.'
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[continues previous] Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore,
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[continues previous] And we wil spende largely that he hath spared yore;
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For to holde myn avow as I thee biheet.' [continues next]
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee! [continues next]
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee, [continues next]
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'I mot neede,' sayde Gamelyn 'wraththe me at oones,
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That wolde wraththe Gamelyn were he never so bold. [continues next]
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Gamelyn stood on a day in his brotheres yerde, [continues next]
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'By my faith,' seyde Gamelyn 'now me thinketh neede,
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To have y-put hem fro me they wolde have do me harmes.' [continues next]
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'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth, [continues next]
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[continues previous] For to holde myn avow as I thee biheet.'
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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[continues previous] I wil do therto al that in me is.'
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee,
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'Ye, for gode!' sayde Gamelyn 'I say it for me, [continues next]
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For thou wolde make thy men to breke myne boones,
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[continues previous] That wolde wraththe Gamelyn were he never so bold.
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[continues previous] To have y-put hem fro me they wolde have do me harmes.'
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[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth,
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[continues previous] 'Ye, for gode!' sayde Gamelyn 'I say it for me,
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To have y-put hem fro me they wolde have do me harmes.'
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'I mot neede,' sayde Gamelyn 'wraththe me at oones, [continues next]
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For thou wolde make thy men to breke myne boones, [continues next]
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Lat me nought be forsworen brother art thou myn; [continues next]
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Ther was non of hem alle that wolde do him harm, [continues next]
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Though he hadde nought that oon he wolde have that other. [continues next]
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Tho cam Gamelyn fro under woode-rys, [continues next]
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'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth,
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'Thou schalt go bake thy-self I wil nought be thy cook!'
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'How? brother Gamelyn how answerest thou now?
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'com a litel ner,
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[continues previous] 'I mot neede,' sayde Gamelyn 'wraththe me at oones,
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[continues previous] For thou wolde make thy men to breke myne boones,
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To Gamelyn his brother he yede ful neer,
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And sayde to Gamelyn 'who made thee so bold
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[continues previous] Therfore I thee biseche brother Gamelyn,
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[continues previous] Lat me nought be forsworen brother art thou myn;
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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Thou schalt not be forsworen for the love of me.'
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'Sitte ther, brother' sayde Gamelyn, [continues next]
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[continues previous] But sayde unto Gamelyn mildely and stille,
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee nought, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Tho cam Gamelyn fro under woode-rys,
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For to seen thee have harm it were me right loth;
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[continues previous] 'For to colen thy blood as I dide myn.'
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[continues previous] For by seint Iame in Gales that many man hath sought,
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'Com a-doun than to me and graunte me my bone
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Romaunt of the Rose: 3425

Save that I pray thee graunte me [continues next]
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Graunte to me the rose kisse. [continues next]
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Than of my peyne I gan to lisse, [continues next]
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Of thing I wil thee aske and we schul saughte sone.'
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[continues previous] If I trespasse in any thing;
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[continues previous] Save that I pray thee graunte me
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[continues previous] A thing that may nat warned be,
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[continues previous] Than of my peyne I gan to lisse,
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Doun than cam his brother that fikil was and fel,
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And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast. [continues next]
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And was swithe sore agast of the pestel.
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Thus Gamelyn with the pestel made hem alle agast. [continues next]
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[continues previous] The porter of his lord was ful sore agast,
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[continues previous] And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast.
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The false knight his brother of Gamelyn was agast, [continues next]
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On the morn seyde Gamelyn to sire Ote the hende, [continues next]
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He seyde, 'brother Gamelyn aske me thy boone,
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[continues previous] Thus Gamelyn with the pestel made hem alle agast.
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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For to preven his might what he cowthe do.
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'by seynt Richer,
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'wraththe thee right nought,
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother of Gamelyn was agast,
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Than seyde Gamelyn 'brother, by myn hals,
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[continues previous] On the morn seyde Gamelyn to sire Ote the hende,
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' he seide, 'I moot for sothe, from thee wende,
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For the quest is oute on me that I schulde honge.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 841

'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'so god yif me good rest!
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And loke thou me blame but I graunte sone.'
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Physician's Epilogue: 41

'I graunte, y-wis,' quod he, 'but I mot thinke [continues next]
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And lat him lerne another tyme to answere me bet.' [continues next]
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And seyde, 'Lady, graunte us sone [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 155

Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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[continues previous] Som wit, and thanne wol we gladly here.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'I graunte, y-wis,' quod he, 'but I mot thinke [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn the child that was ying,
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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He seyde, 'brother Gamelyn aske me thy boone,
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'by seynt Richer,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn smertely anoon,
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'wraththe thee right nought,
10

Gamelyn's Tale: 391

Than seyde Gamelyn 'brother, by myn hals,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that stood y-bounde stronge,
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'Dowt thee nought,' seyde Gamelyn 'whyl we ben in-feere, [continues next]
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'Porter,' seyde Gamelyn 'so moot I wel thee! [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that yong was of elde, [continues next]
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'so god yif me good rest!
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise,
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[continues previous] And seyde, 'Lady, graunte us sone [continues next]
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 156

And we schulle ben at oon thou most me graunte this:
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[continues previous] Som wit, and thanne wol we gladly here.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 98

Of myn armure and my steedes nought is me bileved; [continues next]
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Al that my fader me biquath al goth to schame, [continues next]
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That my fader me biquath on his deth-bed; [continues next]
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Of al this sixtene yeer I yeve thee the prow, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Dowt thee nought,' seyde Gamelyn 'whyl we ben in-feere,
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[continues previous] For to take you bothe schulle ye nat scape.'
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[continues previous] 'Yeldeth up, yonge men your bowes and your floon.'
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[continues previous] And seyde, 'Lady, graunte us sone
15+

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Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve,
14

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Bet than Virgyle, whyl he was on lyve,
10

Manciple's Tale: 18

For in this world was noon so fair on lyve.
10

Manciple's Tale: 19

He was ther-with fulfild of gentillesse,
14

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If they wolde speke with him whyl he was on lyve.
14

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That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve;
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And my middeleste sone fyve plowes of lond,
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[continues previous] Of myn armure and my steedes nought is me bileved;
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[continues previous] Al that my fader me biquath al goth to schame,
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Al that thy fader thee biquath though thou woldest have more;
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'Thou knewe wel my fader whyl he couthe go,
12

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Whyles he was on lyve by seint Martyn!
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Gamelyn's Tale: 228

I knew wel thy fader whyl he was on lyve;
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[continues previous] That my fader me biquath on his deth-bed;
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[continues previous] Of al this sixtene yeer I yeve thee the prow,
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Thou most do me it have yif we schul nat stryve.'
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They ben swore to-gidere that we schul be nome.' [continues next]
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'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore!
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Tho wraththed him Gamelyn and swor by goddes book,
11

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'Thou schalt go bake thy-self I wil nought be thy cook!'
10

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Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn!
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Brother, I wil make thy pees I swere by Cristes ore; [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore,
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'Now I am older woxe thou schalt me finde a more!'
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My brother is a niggoun I swer by Cristes ore, [continues next]
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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Thou schalt not be forsworen for the love of me.'
10

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'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals!
10

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Thou schalt finde my brother atte laste fals;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 444

I schal do an other I swere by this day!
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Thou schalt have a good staf and I wil have another,
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[continues previous] They ben swore to-gidere that we schul be nome.'
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[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'hye thee right blyve,
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'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.'
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Gamelyn's Tale: 875

'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs,
10

Gamelyn's Tale: 876

For, and thou were maister yit I schulde have wors.'
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 160

Al that thy fader thee biquath though thou woldest have more;
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Parson's Tale: 66

Think eek, that of swich seed as cherles springeth, of swich seed springen lordes. As wel may the cherl be saved as the lord. The same deeth that taketh the cherl, swich deeth taketh the lord. Wherfore I rede, do right so with thy cherl, as thou woldest that thy lord dide with thee, if thou were in his plyt. Every sinful man is a cherl to sinne. I rede thee, certes, that thou, lord, werke in swiche wyse with thy cherles, that they rather love thee than drede. I woot wel ther is degree above degree, as reson is; and skile it is, ...
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Al that my fader me biquath al goth to schame,
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[continues previous] Brother, I wil make thy pees I swere by Cristes ore;
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Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve,
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[continues previous] And we wil spende largely that he hath spared yore;
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And of alle the beestes thou hast forth bred,
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That my fader me biquath on his deth-bed;
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Gamelyn's Tale: 361

Of al this sixtene yeer I yeve thee the prow,
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And thyn howses reysed up that ben leyd so lowe.'
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Thus seyde this olde knight, that was so wys. [continues next]
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Thus seyde the knight to Gamelyn with mowthe,
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[continues previous] Thus seyde this olde knight, that was so wys.
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The knight thoughte on tresoun and Gamelyn on noon, [continues next]
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And thoughte eek of falsnes as he wel couthe.
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[continues previous] The knight thoughte on tresoun and Gamelyn on noon, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And wente and kiste his brother and, whan they were at oon,
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The knight thoughte on tresoun and Gamelyn on noon,
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His howses were unhiled and ful yvel dight; [continues next]
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Tho thoughte Gamelyn it wente nought aright. [continues next]
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Thus seyde the knight to Gamelyn with mowthe, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And thoughte eek of falsnes as he wel couthe. [continues next]
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And wente and kiste his brother and, whan they were at oon,
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[continues previous] His howses were unhiled and ful yvel dight;
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[continues previous] Tho thoughte Gamelyn it wente nought aright.
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[continues previous] Afterward cam his brother walkinge thare,
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[continues previous] And thoughte eek of falsnes as he wel couthe.
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Therfor thou yave hir up at Michelmesse! [continues next]
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Allas! yonge Gamelyn nothing he ne wiste
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Nothing wiste Gamelyn of his brotheres gyle;
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Therfore he him bigyled in a litel whyle.
11

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[continues previous] Allas, Scogan! of olde folk ne yonge
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With which a false tresoun his brother him kiste!
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And after his gestes toke leve to wende. [continues next]
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Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge,
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Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 2

And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight; [continues next]
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And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast. [continues next]
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Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge; [continues next]
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Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.' [continues next]
15+

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Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille, [continues next]
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 770

And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille. [continues next]
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And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 1

[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright,
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[continues previous] And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight;
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Tho Gamelyn the yonge was ride out at the gat, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast.
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 289

[continues previous] Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde,
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde.
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[continues previous] Gamelyn come ther-to for to have comen in,
15+

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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge,
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge;
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[continues previous] Herkeneth, lordinges and lesteneth aright,
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And we schul telle largely how many that ther be.' [continues next]
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'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'do hem but good; [continues next]
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And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn.
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 553

Four and twenty yonge men that heelden hem ful bolde,
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[continues previous] Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.'
15+

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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille,
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 770

[continues previous] And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille.
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Ther was ther bisyden cryed a wrastling,
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Sir Thopas' Tale: 29

Of wrastling was ther noon his peer, [continues next]
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Ther any ram shal stonde. [continues next]
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 183

'Her bisyde, brother is cryed a wrastling, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 184

And therfor schal be set up a ram and a ring; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Tho Gamelyn the yonge was ride out at the gat,
10

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[continues previous] And we schul telle largely how many that ther be.'
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 172

And therfor ther was set up a ram and a ring;
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Sir Thopas' Tale: 29

[continues previous] Of wrastling was ther noon his peer,
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Sir Thopas' Tale: 30

[continues previous] Ther any ram shal stonde.
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 183

[continues previous] 'Her bisyde, brother is cryed a wrastling, [continues next]
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 184

[continues previous] And therfor schal be set up a ram and a ring; [continues next]
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Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram, [continues next]
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Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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And Gamelyn was in good wil to wende therto,
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[continues previous] And therfor schal be set up a ram and a ring;
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[continues previous] Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring,
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[continues previous] And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram,
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[continues previous] Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 284

[continues previous] And wente with moche Ioye home in the morning.
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And I wil wende to Gamelyn to witen his wille.'
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In wente the porter to Gamelyn anoon,
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Troilus and Criseyde 1: 227

And wende no-thing hadde had swiche might [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 1: 228

Ayens his wil that sholde his herte stere, [continues next]
10

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For to preven his might what he cowthe do.
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He seyde, 'brother Gamelyn aske me thy boone, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And wende no-thing hadde had swiche might
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[continues previous] Ayens his wil that sholde his herte stere,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 175

'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'by seynt Richer,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 137

His brother him answerde and swor by seynt Richer,
10

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[continues previous] He seyde, 'brother Gamelyn aske me thy boone,
10

Gamelyn's Tale: 155

Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'wraththe thee right nought,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 357

For, brother, thou hast y-had by seynt Richer, [continues next]
12

Gamelyn's Tale: 391

Than seyde Gamelyn 'brother, by myn hals,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 619

Adam swor to Gamelyn by seynt Richer,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 841

'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'so god yif me good rest!
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'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.' [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 875

'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs, [continues next]
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Thou most lene me to-night a litel courser
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[continues previous] For, brother, thou hast y-had by seynt Richer,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 874

[continues previous] 'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.'
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I most on an erande a litel her bisyde.'
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Shipman's Tale: 383

'By god,' quod he, 'I am a litel wrooth [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 179

'By god!' seyde his brother 'of steedes in my stalle
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Shipman's Tale: 382

[continues previous] Til, atte laste, that this Marchant seyde,
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[continues previous] 'By god,' quod he, 'I am a litel wrooth
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Gamelyn's Tale: 182

And tel me, goode brother whider thou wolt ryde.'
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Second Nun's Tale: 302

Tiburce answerde and seyde, 'brother dere,
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First tel me whider I shal, and to what man?'
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Til this be doon? and goode, eek tel me this,
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'Her bisyde, brother is cryed a wrastling,
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Ther was ther bisyden cryed a wrastling, [continues next]
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And therfor ther was set up a ram and a ring; [continues next]
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And therfor schal be set up a ram and a ring;
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[continues previous] Ther was ther bisyden cryed a wrastling,
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[continues previous] And therfor ther was set up a ram and a ring;
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[continues previous] And Gamelyn was in good wil to wende therto,
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Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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Moche worschip it were brother, to us alle,
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[continues previous] And wente with moche Ioye home in the morning. [continues next]
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Might I the ram and the ring bring home to this halle.'
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Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring,
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And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram,
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[continues previous] Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring,
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A steede ther was sadeled smertely and skeet;
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And on hir feet a paire of spores sharpe. [continues next]
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Gamelyn did a paire spores fast on his feet.
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[continues previous] And on hir feet a paire of spores sharpe.
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And toward the wrasteling the yonge child rood.
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Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn, [continues next]
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Up sterte the champioun rapely and anoon, [continues next]
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Toward yonge Gamelyn he bigan to goon, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn. [continues next]
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Four and twenty yonge men that heelden hem ful bolde, [continues next]
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And fond there pleying yonge men of prys. [continues next]
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Tho Gamelyn the yonge was ride out at the gat,
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And after this Tiburce gat swich grace, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge.
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Ther was ther bisyden cryed a wrastling,
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[continues previous] Toward yonge Gamelyn he bigan to goon,
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The false knight his brother of Gamelyn was agast, [continues next]
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The false knight his brother ful of trechery, [continues next]
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Alle the gestes that ther were atte mangery, [continues next]
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The false knight his brother ther that he stood, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn.
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[continues previous] Four and twenty yonge men that heelden hem ful bolde,
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The false knight his brother was scherreve and sire, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And fond there pleying yonge men of prys.
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[continues previous] Tho was yong Gamelyn glad and blithe y-nough,
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The false knight his brother yvel mot he thryve! [continues next]
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Whyl Gamelyn was coming ther the Iustice sat, [continues next]
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The false knight his brother foryat he nat that, [continues next]
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The false knight his brother lokked it after that,
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And Iesu Crist, that is our soules leche, [continues next]
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And herieth Crist that is of heven king, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Parfit in his lerninge, goddes knight.
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[continues previous] And after this Tiburce gat swich grace,
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... And certes, this disordinance and this rebellion oure lord Iesu Crist aboghte up-on his precious body ful dere, and herkneth in which wyse. For-as-muche thanne as reson is rebel to god, therfore is man worthy to have sorwe and to be deed. This suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, after that he hadde be bitraysed of his disciple, and distreyned and bounde, 'so that his blood brast out at every nail of hise handes,' as seith seint Augustin. And forther-over, for-as-muchel as reson of man ne wol nat daunte sensualitee whan it may, therfore is man worthy to have shame; and this suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, whan they spetten in his visage. And forther-over, for-as-muchel thanne as the caitif body of man is rebel bothe to reson and to sensualitee, therfore is it worthy the deeth. And this suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man up-on the croys, where-as ther was no part of his body free, withouten greet peyne and bitter passion. And al this suffred Iesu Crist, that nevere forfeted. And therfore resonably may be seyd of Iesu in this manere: 'to muchel am I peyned for the thinges that I nevere deserved, and to muche defouled for shend-shipe that man is worthy to have.' And therfore may the sinful man wel seye, as seith seint Bernard: 'acursed be the bitternesse of my sinne, for which ther moste be suffred so muchel bitternesse.' For certes, after the diverse discordances of oure wikkednesses, was the passion of Iesu Crist ordeyned in diverse thinges, as thus. Certes, sinful mannes soule is bitraysed of the devel by coveitise of temporel prosperitee, and scorned by deceite whan he cheseth fleshly delyces; and yet is it tormented by inpacience of adversitee, and bispet by servage and subieccion of sinne; and atte laste it is slayn fynally. For this disordinaunce of sinful man was Iesu Crist first bitraysed, and after that was he bounde, that cam for to unbynden us of sinne and peyne. Thanne was he biscorned, that only sholde han been honoured in alle thinges and of alle thinges. Thanne was his visage, that oghte be desired to be seyn of al man-kinde, in which visage aungels desyren to ... [continues next]
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... and nat worthy so sone for to have remissioun ne mercy. The thridde signe is, how that thy shrift sholde be ful of teres, if man may; and if man may nat wepe with hise bodily eyen, lat him wepe in herte. Swich was the confession of seint Peter; for after that he hadde forsake Iesu Crist, he wente out and weep ful bitterly. The fourthe signe is, that he ne lette nat for shame to shewen his confessioun. Swich was the confessioun of the Magdelene, that ne spared, for no shame of hem that weren atte feste, for to go to ... [continues next]
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... remoeven harmes and to han thinges espirituel and durable, and somtyme temporel thinges; of whiche orisouns, certes, in the orisoun of the Pater-noster, hath Iesu Crist enclosed most thinges. Certes, it is privileged of three thinges in his dignitee, for which it is more digne than any other preyere; for that Iesu Crist him-self maked it; and it is short, for it sholde be coud the more lightly, and for to withholden it the more esily in herte, and helpen him-self the ofter with the orisoun; and for a man sholde be the lasse wery to seyen it, and for a man may nat excusen him to lerne ... [continues next]
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Thanne shal men understonde what is the fruit of penaunce; and, after the word of Iesu Crist, it is the endelees blisse of hevene, ther Ioye hath no contrarioustee of wo ne grevaunce, ther alle harmes been passed of this present lyf; ther-as is the sikernesse fro the peyne of helle; ther-as is the blisful companye that reioysen hem everemo, everich of otheres Ioye; ther-as the body of ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother of Gamelyn was agast, [continues next]
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother ful of trechery,
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[continues previous] Alle the gestes that ther were atte mangery,
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother ther that he stood,
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother was scherreve and sire, [continues next]
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother yvel mot he thryve!
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[continues previous] Whyl Gamelyn was coming ther the Iustice sat,
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother foryat he nat that,
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And bisoughte Iesu Crist that is heven king,
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[continues previous] And Iesu Crist, that is our soules leche,
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Look which a seuretee is it to yow alle [continues next]
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[continues previous] And herieth Crist that is of heven king,
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[continues previous] And eek his moder, honour of mankinde,
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[continues previous] ... and the body also. And certes, this disordinance and this rebellion oure lord Iesu Crist aboghte up-on his precious body ful dere, and herkneth in which wyse. For-as-muche thanne as reson is rebel to god, therfore is man worthy to have sorwe and to be deed. This suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, after that he hadde be bitraysed of his disciple, and distreyned and bounde, 'so that his blood brast out at every nail of hise handes,' as seith seint Augustin. And forther-over, for-as-muchel as reson of man ne wol nat daunte sensualitee whan it may, therfore is man worthy to have shame; and this suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man, whan they spetten in his visage. And forther-over, for-as-muchel thanne as the caitif body of man is rebel bothe to reson and to sensualitee, therfore is it worthy the deeth. And this suffred oure lord Iesu Crist for man up-on the croys, where-as ther was no part of his body free, withouten greet peyne and bitter passion. And al this suffred Iesu Crist, that nevere forfeted. And therfore resonably may be seyd of Iesu in this manere: 'to muchel am I peyned for the thinges that I nevere deserved, and to muche defouled for shend-shipe that man is worthy to have.' And therfore may the sinful man wel seye, as seith seint Bernard: 'acursed be the bitternesse of my sinne, for which ther moste be suffred so muchel bitternesse.' For certes, after the diverse discordances of oure wikkednesses, was the passion of Iesu Crist ordeyned in diverse thinges, as thus. Certes, sinful mannes soule is bitraysed of the devel by coveitise of temporel prosperitee, and scorned by deceite whan he cheseth fleshly delyces; and yet is it tormented by inpacience of adversitee, and bispet by servage and subieccion of sinne; and atte laste it is slayn fynally. For this disordinaunce of sinful man was Iesu Crist first bitraysed, and after that was he bounde, that cam for to unbynden us of sinne and peyne. Thanne was he biscorned, that only sholde han been honoured in alle thinges and of alle thinges. Thanne was his visage, that oghte be desired to be seyn of al man-kinde, in which visage aungels desyren to ...
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... that may be; for it is thefte of body and of soule. And it is lyk to homicyde; for it kerveth a-two and breketh a-two hem that first were maked o flesh, and therfore, by the olde lawe of god, they sholde be slayn. But nathelees, by the lawe of Iesu Crist, that is lawe of pitee, whan he seyde to the womman that was founden in avoutrie, and sholde han been slayn with stones, after the wil of the Iewes, as was hir lawe: 'Go,' quod Iesu Crist, 'and have na-more wil to sinne'; or, 'wille na-more to do sinne.' Soothly, the vengeaunce ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] ... for to have remissioun ne mercy. The thridde signe is, how that thy shrift sholde be ful of teres, if man may; and if man may nat wepe with hise bodily eyen, lat him wepe in herte. Swich was the confession of seint Peter; for after that he hadde forsake Iesu Crist, he wente out and weep ful bitterly. The fourthe signe is, that he ne lette nat for shame to shewen his confessioun. Swich was the confessioun of the Magdelene, that ne spared, for no shame of hem that weren atte feste, for to go to oure lord Iesu Crist and ...
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[continues previous] ... remoeven harmes and to han thinges espirituel and durable, and somtyme temporel thinges; of whiche orisouns, certes, in the orisoun of the Pater-noster, hath Iesu Crist enclosed most thinges. Certes, it is privileged of three thinges in his dignitee, for which it is more digne than any other preyere; for that Iesu Crist him-self maked it; and it is short, for it sholde be coud the more lightly, and for to withholden it the more esily in herte, and helpen him-self the ofter with the orisoun; and for a man sholde be the lasse wery to seyen it, and for a man may nat excusen him to lerne it, ...
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[continues previous] ... is that they thinken, that they ne mighte nat longe persevere in goodnesse. The firste wanhope comth of that he demeth that he hath sinned so greetly and so ofte, and so longe leyn in sinne, that he shal nat be saved. Certes, agayns that cursed wanhope sholde he thinke, that the passion of Iesu Crist is more strong for to unbinde than sinne is strong for to binde. Agayns the seconde wanhope, he shal thinke, that as ofte as he falleth he may aryse agayn by penitence. And thogh he never so longe have leyn in sinne, the mercy of Crist is alwey redy to receiven ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne shal men understonde what is the fruit of penaunce; and, after the word of Iesu Crist, it is the endelees blisse of hevene, ther Ioye hath no contrarioustee of wo ne grevaunce, ther alle harmes been passed of this present lyf; ther-as is the sikernesse fro the peyne of helle; ther-as is the blisful companye that reioysen hem everemo, everich of otheres Ioye; ther-as the body of man, ... [continues next]
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[continues previous] Til they hadde him bounde bothe foot and honde.
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[continues previous] And sente aftir feteres to feteren him fast.
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother was scherreve and sire,
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He mighte breke his nekke in that wrasteling.
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I pray to god his nekke mote breke;
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He can wel in myn yë seen a stalke,
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[continues previous] Doun of his hors, and breke his nekke atwo.
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[continues previous] ... body and of soule. And it is lyk to homicyde; for it kerveth a-two and breketh a-two hem that first were maked o flesh, and therfore, by the olde lawe of god, they sholde be slayn. But nathelees, by the lawe of Iesu Crist, that is lawe of pitee, whan he seyde to the womman that was founden in avoutrie, and sholde han been slayn with stones, after the wil of the Iewes, as was hir lawe: 'Go,' quod Iesu Crist, 'and have na-more wil to sinne'; or, 'wille na-more to do sinne.' Soothly, the vengeaunce of avoutrie is awarded to ...
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[continues previous] ... that other is that they thinken, that they ne mighte nat longe persevere in goodnesse. The firste wanhope comth of that he demeth that he hath sinned so greetly and so ofte, and so longe leyn in sinne, that he shal nat be saved. Certes, agayns that cursed wanhope sholde he thinke, that the passion of Iesu Crist is more strong for to unbinde than sinne is strong for to binde. Agayns the seconde wanhope, he shal thinke, that as ofte as he falleth he may aryse agayn by penitence. And thogh he never so longe have leyn in sinne, the ...
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For to abyde wrasteling but ther com noon; [continues next]
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As sone as Gamelyn com ther the place was,
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[continues previous] For to abyde wrasteling but ther com noon;
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[continues previous] Ther was noon with Gamelyn wolde wrastle more,
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That Gamelyn overtok anon they yeeden doun. [continues next]
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Ther was non of hem alle that with his staf mette, [continues next]
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But as sone as Gamelyn wiste wher they were,
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That is in hevene above; and at the laste, [continues next]
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Ther he was slayn, his loking doun he caste; [continues next]
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He lighte doun of his steede and stood on the gras,
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He stoupeth doun, and on his bak she stood,
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He rydeth out of halle, and doun he lighte.
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His stede, which that shoon as sonne brighte,
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[continues previous] That Gamelyn overtok anon they yeeden doun.
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[continues previous] Ther he was slayn, his loking doun he caste;
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And bigan bitterly his hondes for to wringe.
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She gan to wringe hir hondes two.
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'Goode man,' seyde Gamelyn 'why makestow this fare?
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And seyde, 'is ther no remedie in this cas?' [continues next]
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'Why, yis, for gode,' quod hende Nicholas, [continues next]
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... point, that toucheth to the keping of your persone; ye shul understonde that he that hath werre shal evermore mekely and devoutly preyen biforn alle thinges, that Iesus Crist of his grete mercy wol han him in his proteccioun, and been his sovereyn helping at his nede. For certes, in this world ther is no wight that may be conseilled ne kept suffisantly withouten the keping of our lord Iesu Crist. To this sentence accordeth the prophete David, that seith: "if god ne kepe the citee, in ydel waketh he that it kepeth." Now sir, thanne shul ye committe the keping ... [continues next]
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Is ther no man that may you helpe out of this care?'
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[continues previous] And seyde, 'is ther no remedie in this cas?'
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Ther may no man out of the place it dryve
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Ther is no man that liveth under the trone
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[continues previous] ... toucheth to the keping of your persone; ye shul understonde that he that hath werre shal evermore mekely and devoutly preyen biforn alle thinges, that Iesus Crist of his grete mercy wol han him in his proteccioun, and been his sovereyn helping at his nede. For certes, in this world ther is no wight that may be conseilled ne kept suffisantly withouten the keping of our lord Iesu Crist. To this sentence accordeth the prophete David, that seith: "if god ne kepe the citee, in ydel waketh he that it kepeth." Now sir, thanne shul ye committe the keping of your persone to your trewe freendes ...
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... defended by trewe freendes that been olde and wyse. And understond wel, that the gretteste and strongeste garnison that a riche man may have, as wel to kepen his persone as hise goodes, is that he be biloved amonges his subgets and with hise neighebores. For thus seith Tullius: that "ther is a maner garnison that no man may venquisse ne disconfite, and that is, a lord to be biloved of hise citezeins and of his peple."
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Tho sayde the frankeleyn that was in moche care, [continues next]
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'Allas!' seyde this frankeleyn 'that ever was I bore!
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That thou most suffre; allas! that I was bore!
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'Blessed be thou, Gamelyn that ever thou bore were!'
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The frankeleyn seyde to the champioun of him stood him noon eye,
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[continues previous] Tho sayde the frankeleyn that was in moche care,
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[continues previous] 'Felaw,' he seyde 'why lakkest thou his ware?
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'Allas!' seyde Gamelyn 'that ever I was so slak
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And seyde, 'allas! that I was bore!
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That was the los, that her-before
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That wo is me that ever I was bore; [continues next]
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For al that thing which I desyre I mis, [continues next]
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For tweye stalworthe sones I wene that I have lore;
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[continues previous] For al that thing which I desyre I mis,
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Sith thus of two contraries is a lore, [continues next]
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I, that have in love so ofte assayed [continues next]
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A champioun is in the place that hath y-wrought me sorwe,
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[continues previous] Sith thus of two contraries is a lore,
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[continues previous] I, that have in love so ofte assayed
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I wold yeve ten pound by Iesu Crist! and more,
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... And eek men seyn that thilke Iuge is wys, that sone understondeth a matere and Iuggeth by leyser. For al-be-it so that alle tarying be anoyful, algates it is nat to repreve in yevynge of Iugement, ne in vengeance-taking, whan it is suffisant and resonable. And that shewed our lord Iesu Crist by ensample; for whan that the womman that was taken in avoutrie was broght in his presence, to knowen what sholde be doon with hir persone, al-be-it so that he wiste wel him-self what that he wolde answere, yet ne wolde he nat answere sodeynly, but he wolde have deliberacioun, and ...
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... he ne woot of it no soothfastnesse. Thise thinges and mo with-oute nombre been sinnes, as seith seint Augustin. Now shal men understonde, that al-be-it so that noon erthely man may eschue alle venial sinnes, yet may he refreyne him by the brenninge love that he hath to oure lord Iesu Crist, and by preyeres and confession and othere gode werkes, so that it shal but litel greve. For, as seith seint Augustin: 'if a man love god in swiche manere, that al that evere he doth is in the love of god, and for the love of god verraily, for he brenneth in the love of god: loke, how muche that a drope of water that falleth in a fourneys ful of fyr anoyeth or greveth, so muche anoyeth a venial sinne un-to a man that is parfit in the love of Iesu Crist.' Men may also refreyne venial sinne by receyvinge worthily of the precious body of Iesu Crist; by receyving eek of holy water; by almesdede; by general confession of Confiteor at masse and at complin; and by blessinge of bisshopes and of preestes, and by othere gode werkes.
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... for al holy writ curseth it, and speketh agayns that vyce; for it dooth wrong to Iesu Crist. For it bireveth him the love that men to him owen, and turneth it bakward agayns alle resoun; and maketh that the avaricious man hath more hope in his catel than in Iesu Crist, and dooth more observance in kepinge of his tresor than he dooth to service of Iesu Crist. And therfore seith seint Paul ad Ephesios, quinto, that 'an avaricious man is in the thraldom of ydolatrie.'
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... bothe. Seint Iohn seith, that avoutiers shullen been in helle in a stank brenninge of fyr and of brimston; in fyr, for the lecherie; in brimston, for the stink of hir ordure. Certes, the brekinge of this sacrement is an horrible thing; it was maked of god him-self in paradys, and confermed by Iesu Crist, as witnesseth seint Mathew in the gospel: 'A man shal lete fader and moder, and taken him to his wyf, and they shullen be two in o flesh.' This sacrement bitokneth the knittinge togidre of Crist and of holy chirche. And nat only that god forbad avoutrie in dede, but ...
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With the nones I fand a man to handelen him sore.'
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Comen to Gamelyn (god yeve him goode grace!) [continues next]
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And sayde to him, 'do on thyn hosen and thy schoon, [continues next]
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'Cristes curs mote he have that him bond so sore! [continues next]
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'Goode man,' sayde Gamelyn 'wilt thou wel doon,
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[continues previous] Comen to Gamelyn (god yeve him goode grace!)
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[continues previous] And sayde to him, 'do on thyn hosen and thy schoon,
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'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals! [continues next]
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Thou schalt finde my brother atte laste fals; [continues next]
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'Dowt thee nought,' seyde Gamelyn 'whyl we ben in-feere, [continues next]
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Kep thou wel the dore and I wol werche heere; [continues next]
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[continues previous] And thou wilt, Gamelyn do after my reed,
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Hold myn hors, whyl my man draweth of my schoon,
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals!
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[continues previous] 'Dowt thee nought,' seyde Gamelyn 'whyl we ben in-feere,
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'By god!' sayde the frankeleyn 'anon it schal be doon;
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And if I schal algate be beten anon, [continues next]
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He is a fool that ther-of byeth thou sellest it so deere.'
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Tho sayde the frankeleyn that was in moche care,
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For when the Iustice sitte and thou be nought y-founde, [continues next]
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I schal anon be take and in thy stede y-bounde.' [continues next]
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I wil my-self be thy man and drawen of thy schoon,
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[continues previous] And if I schal algate be beten anon,
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[continues previous] For when the Iustice sitte and thou be nought y-founde,
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[continues previous] I schal anon be take and in thy stede y-bounde.'
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And drede not of thy clothes nor of thy goode steede.'
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And bigan to worche and goode strokes yaf. [continues next]
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Barfoot and ungert Gamelyn in cam,
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[continues previous] And bigan to worche and goode strokes yaf.
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[continues previous] Gamelyn cam in-to the halle and the spencer bothe,
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Alle that weren in the place heede of him they nam,
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Thus they seyden alle that weren in the halle.
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Up sterte the champioun rapely and anoon,
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And seyde, 'o dere child, I halse thee, [continues next]
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And toward the wrasteling the yonge child rood. [continues next]
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Toward yonge Gamelyn he bigan to goon,
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[continues previous] This yonge child to coniure he bigan, [continues next]
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Tho his brother say that he bigan to goon;
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He fley up in-til a loft and schette the dore fast;
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[continues previous] And toward the wrasteling the yonge child rood.
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[continues previous] Tho Gamelyn the yonge was ride out at the gat,
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To Gamelyn his brother he yede ful neer, [continues next]
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And sayde to Gamelyn 'who made thee so bold [continues next]
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And caste awey the feteres and he bigan to goon: [continues next]
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Tho he com to Adam he took that oo staf, [continues next]
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Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'looke thee to goon; [continues next]
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'Com afore our maister and sey to him thy wille.' [continues next]
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'Yonge men,' sayde Gamelyn 'by your lewte, [continues next]
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And sayde, 'who is thy fader and who is thy sire?
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'Fader,' she sayde, 'thy wrecched child Custance,
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Thy yonge doghter, fostred up so softe,
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[continues previous] And seyde, 'o dere child, I halse thee,
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[continues previous] And sayde to Gamelyn 'who made thee so bold
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[continues previous] And caste awey the feteres and he bigan to goon:
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[continues previous] Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'looke thee to goon;
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[continues previous] 'Yonge men,' sayde Gamelyn 'by your lewte,
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For sothe thou art a gret fool that thou come hire!'
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'Certis, freend, a fool art thou
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Whan that thou no-thing wolt allowe
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Gamelyn answerde the champioun tho,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun, [continues next]
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'Thou knewe wel my fader whyl he couthe go,
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Bet than Virgyle, whyl he was on lyve, [continues next]
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If they wolde speke with him whyl he was on lyve. [continues next]
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That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve; [continues next]
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Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve, [continues next]
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I knew wel thy fader whyl he was on lyve; [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Thou art faste aboute to bringe me adoun;
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Go now faste, and hy thee blyve!' [continues next]
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Whyles he was on lyve by seint Martyn!
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[continues previous] Bet than Virgyle, whyl he was on lyve,
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'Nay,' quod this monk, 'by god and seint Martyn,
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He is na more cosin un-to me
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For in this world was noon so fair on lyve.
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He was ther-with fulfild of gentillesse,
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[continues previous] If they wolde speke with him whyl he was on lyve.
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[continues previous] That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve;
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[continues previous] Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve,
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[continues previous] I knew wel thy fader whyl he was on lyve;
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I wil make thee myn heir I swere by seint Iohan.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] The whyles that hit was on lyve.
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Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.'
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And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight;
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Sire Iohan of Boundys was his righte name,
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He cowde of norture y-nough and mochil of game.
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Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn, [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun, [continues next]
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And than seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel fare, [continues next]
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I have nought yet halven-del sold up my ware.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] I wil make thee myn heir I swere by seint Iohan.'
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For to holde myn avow as I thee biheet.' [continues next]
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee! [continues next]
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee, [continues next]
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I wol holde thee covenant and thou wil me.' [continues next]
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'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee! [continues next]
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'Felaw,' seyde the champioun 'al-so mot I thryve,
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I wol nat wratthe him, al-so mote I thryve! [continues next]
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That that I spak, I seyde it in my bourde; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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[continues previous] 'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn!
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun,
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[continues previous] And than seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel fare,
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[continues previous] I have nought yet halven-del sold up my ware.'
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[continues previous] For to holde myn avow as I thee biheet.'
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee, [continues next]
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[continues previous] I wol holde thee covenant and thou wil me.' [continues next]
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And if I faile thee this day evel mot I thryve! [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee!
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I knew wel thy fader whyl he was on lyve;
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Bet than Virgyle, whyl he was on lyve,
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[continues previous] I wol nat wratthe him, al-so mote I thryve!
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[continues previous] That that I spak, I seyde it in my bourde;
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For in this world was noon so fair on lyve.
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He was ther-with fulfild of gentillesse,
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If they wolde speke with him whyl he was on lyve.
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That was my fadres heritage whyl he was on lyve; [continues next]
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Al that my fader me biquath whyl he was on lyve,
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'Thou knewe wel my fader whyl he couthe go,
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Whyles he was on lyve by seint Martyn!
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee,
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[continues previous] I wol holde thee covenant and thou wil me.'
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[continues previous] And if I faile thee this day evel mot I thryve!
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What I may doon, I shal, whyl I may dure [continues next]
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On lyve in torment and in cruel peyne, [continues next]
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And thyself, Gamelyn I wil that thou it heere,
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[continues previous] And my middeleste sone fyve plowes of lond,
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[continues previous] What I may doon, I shal, whyl I may dure
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[continues previous] On lyve in torment and in cruel peyne,
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Whyl thou were a yong boy a moche schrewe thou were.'
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The eldest was a moche schrewe and sone he bigan. [continues next]
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'Thou schalt go bake thy-self I wil nought be thy cook!' [continues next]
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'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn! [continues next]
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'It is moche scathe, boy that thou art on lyve.' [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that yong was of elde, [continues next]
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'Moche sorwe mot he have that to you hem yelde! [continues next]
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'By my faith!' seyde the Iustice 'the scherreve is a schrewe!' [continues next]
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'Thou hast y-yeve domes of the wors assise; [continues next]
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'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.' [continues next]
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'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs, [continues next]
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For, and thou were maister yit I schulde have wors.' [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore,
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[continues previous] The eldest was a moche schrewe and sone he bigan.
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[continues previous] Tho wraththed him Gamelyn and swor by goddes book,
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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[continues previous] 'Cristes curs mot thou have brother art thou myn!
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Brother, I wil make thy pees I swere by Cristes ore; [continues next]
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Cast away the pestel and wraththe thee no-more.' [continues next]
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'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore! [continues next]
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And than seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel fare,
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My brother is a niggoun I swer by Cristes ore, [continues next]
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And we wil spende largely that he hath spared yore; [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn 'brother, by myn hals, [continues next]
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'Lordes,' he seyde 'for Cristes passioun,
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Helpeth bringe Gamelyn out of prisoun.'
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[continues previous] 'Ow!' seyde Gamelyn 'so brouke I my bon!
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Adam swor to Gamelyn by seynt Richer, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Gamelyn that yong was of elde,
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'go-we in Cristes name;
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[continues previous] Than seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise,
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[continues previous] 'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs,
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[continues previous] For, and thou were maister yit I schulde have wors.'
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'Now I am older woxe thou schalt me finde a more!'
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[continues previous] Brother, I wil make thy pees I swere by Cristes ore;
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[continues previous] 'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore!
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[continues previous] My brother is a niggoun I swer by Cristes ore,
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[continues previous] Now I have aspyed thou art a party fals;
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'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals!
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Thou schalt finde my brother atte laste fals;
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[continues previous] 'Now I see it is mery to be a spencer,
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'And if thou to us have neede thou schalt finde us prest;
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... two prikkys 60 feet; than thou shalt finde that 10 is the 6-party of 60. And then is 10 feet the altitude of the tour. For other poyntis, yif it fille in umbra versa, as thus: I sette caas it fill upon 2, and at the secunde upon 3; than schalt thou finde that 2 is 6 partyes of 12; and 3 is 4 partyes of 12; than passeth 6 4, by nombre of 2; so is the space between two prikkes twyes the heyghte of the tour. And yif the differens were thryes, than shulde it be three tymes; and thus mayst ...
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Whan Gamelyn and the champioun togider gonne goon.
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Gamelyn to the champioun yede smertely anon, [continues next]
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Of all the tornes that he cowthe he schewed him but oon, [continues next]
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The champioun caste tornes to Gamelyn that was prest,
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[continues previous] Gamelyn to the champioun yede smertely anon,
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[continues previous] Of all the tornes that he cowthe he schewed him but oon,
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And tolde hem that comen in that Gamelyn was wood. [continues next]
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Gamelyn stood to a post bounden in the halle, [continues next]
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Tolde alle his gestes that Gamelyn was wood; [continues next]
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And Gamelyn stood stille and answerde nought, [continues next]
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It wolde make mannes brayn to lyen in his hood.' [continues next]
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Gamelyn stood stille and loked him aboute, [continues next]
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And Gamelyn stood stille and bad him doon his best.
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[continues previous] And tolde hem that comen in that Gamelyn was wood.
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[continues previous] Gamelyn stood to a post bounden in the halle,
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Gamelyn stood bounden stille as eny stoon;
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[continues previous] Tolde alle his gestes that Gamelyn was wood;
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[continues previous] And Gamelyn stood stille and answerde nought,
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[continues previous] It wolde make mannes brayn to lyen in his hood.'
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[continues previous] Gamelyn stood stille and loked him aboute,
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[continues previous] And seih the scherreve come with a gret route.
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His men answereden him and bade him doon his best,
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And the scherreve bothe thurgh him it bigan.' [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun,
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What spekest thou, Gamelyn of lond other of leede?' [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn the child that was ying, [continues next]
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Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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Gamelyn answerde the champioun tho, [continues next]
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Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.'
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'Felaw,' seyde the champioun 'al-so mot I thryve,
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Gamelyn to the champioun yede smertely anon, [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn smertely anoon,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that stood y-bounde stronge,
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'Ow!' seyde Gamelyn 'so brouke I my bon! [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that yong was of elde,
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise,
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Than seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise, [continues next]
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'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.' [continues next]
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'Therfore,' seyde Gamelyn 'have thou Cristes curs, [continues next]
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'Thou art faste aboute to bringe me adoun;
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[continues previous] What spekest thou, Gamelyn of lond other of leede?'
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[continues previous] 'Thou knewe wel my fader whyl he couthe go,
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[continues previous] Gamelyn to the champioun yede smertely anon,
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[continues previous] 'It is moche scathe, boy that thou art on lyve.'
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[continues previous] 'Thou hast y-yeve domes of the wors assise;
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[continues previous] 'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.'
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Thow most,' he seyde, 'proven on or two of myne.'
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Tho they were served of messes two or three, [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn 'how serve ye me? [continues next]
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Gamelyn to the champioun yede smertely anon,
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Whan Gamelyn and the champioun togider gonne goon. [continues next]
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The champioun caste tornes to Gamelyn that was prest, [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun,
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'Thou art faste aboute to bringe me adoun;
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Gamelyn yede to the gate and leet it up wyde;
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[continues previous] Than seyde Gamelyn 'how serve ye me?
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Of all the tornes that he cowthe he schewed him but oon,
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[continues previous] Whan Gamelyn and the champioun togider gonne goon.
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[continues previous] The champioun caste tornes to Gamelyn that was prest,
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And caste him on the lefte syde that three ribbes to-brak,
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And gerte him in the nekke that the bon to-brak, [continues next]
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And took him by that oon arm and threw him in a welle, [continues next]
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But threw him over the barre and his arm to-brak. [continues next]
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And ther-to his oon arm that yaf a gret crak.
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[continues previous] And took him by that oon arm and threw him in a welle,
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And seih the scherreve come with a gret route. [continues next]
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[continues previous] But threw him over the barre and his arm to-brak.
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn smertely anoon,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn the child that was ying,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the champioun,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that stood y-bounde stronge,
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'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'it schal not be so. [continues next]
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'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'by seynte Charite, [continues next]
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In wente the porter to Gamelyn anoon,
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And seyde, 'Sir, I warne you her ben come your foon;
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'what be now thy reedes?
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn that yong was of elde,
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Whyl Gamelyn was coming ther the Iustice sat, [continues next]
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'we wiln nought don so, [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise, [continues next]
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'Schal it be holde for a cast or elles for noon?'
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... hise werkes; it is so greet and he so benigne. Thanne comth of Ire attry angre; whan a man is sharply amonested in his shrifte to forleten his sinne, than wole he be angry and answeren hokerly and angrily, and deffenden or excusen his sinne by unstedefastnesse of his flesh; or elles he dide it for to holde companye with hise felawes, or elles, he seith, the fend entyced him; or elles he dide it for his youthe, or elles his complexioun is so corageous, that he may nat forbere; or elles it is his destinee, as he seith, unto a certein age; or elles, he seith, it ...
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The frankeleyn seyde to the champioun of him stood him noon eye, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'it schal not be so.
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[continues previous] Warne me, brother Adam whan I schal biginne.'
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Whether they liven in Ioye or elles in stryf.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] Ordeyne how it schal be and it schal be do.'
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[continues previous] Ther is noon in the halle schal bere awey his heed.'
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[continues previous] And the scherreve bothe thurgh him it bigan.'
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That I be caught, I shal be holde a spye;
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Or elles, lo, this drede I most of alle,
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'By god!' seyde the champioun 'whether that it be,
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[continues previous] The frankeleyn seyde to the champioun of him stood him noon eye,
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[continues previous] 'By god!' seyde sire Ote 'that is a cold reed,
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'Blessed be thou, Gamelyn that ever thou bore were!'
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'Allas!' seyde this frankeleyn 'that ever was I bore! [continues next]
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The frankeleyn seyde to the champioun of him stood him noon eye,
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[continues previous] 'Allas!' seyde this frankeleyn 'that ever was I bore!
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'Schal it be holde for a cast or elles for noon?'
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'By god!' seyde the champioun 'whether that it be,
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They caste their eye on yonge Gamelyn. [continues next]
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'This is yonge Gamelyn that taughte thee this pleye.'
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[continues previous] They caste their eye on yonge Gamelyn.
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Sith I wrastled first it is y-go ful yore,
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For which the erthe acursed was ful yore, [continues next]
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But I was nevere in my lyf handeled so sore.'
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[continues previous] For which the erthe acursed was ful yore,
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[continues previous] I am so wounded, as ye may wel seen,
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Gamelyn stood in the place allone withoute serk,
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Gamelyn in the place stood as stille as stoon,
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Gamelyn stood allone frendes had he noon; [continues next]
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For ferd of the company that withoute stood.
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Gamelyn sette him doun in the Iustices seet,
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Have lyf and dwelling in another place; [continues next]
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And African seyde, 'ye, withoute drede,' [continues next]
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And seyde, 'if ther be eny mo lat hem come to werk;
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The miller seyde agayn, 'if ther be eny,
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[continues previous] Tho Gamelyns gestes were riden and y-goon,
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I noot, with hem if ther wente any mo;
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[continues previous] And African seyde, 'ye, withoute drede,'
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And after that, he peyned him to glade [continues next]
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Hem as he mighte, and chere good he made. [continues next]
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The champioun that peyned him to werke so sore,
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[continues previous] And after that, he peyned him to glade
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Gamelyn in the place stood as stille as stoon,
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This Nicholas sat ay as stille as stoon,
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In crepeth age alwey, as stille as stoon,
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The bryde was broght a-bedde as stille as stoon;
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And whan the bed was with the preest y-blessed,
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Stant in the court, as stille as any stoon. [continues next]
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Til they comen to him ther he lay stille [continues next]
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Gamelyn stood in the place allone withoute serk,
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Gamelyn stood bounden stille as eny stoon;
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Adam took Gamelyn as stille as ony stoon,
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It wolde make mannes brayn to lyen in his hood.'
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Gamelyn stood stille and loked him aboute,
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sighte doun to the erthe, and bigan stille for to abyde what she [continues next]
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And ther he stood, as still as stoon. [continues next]
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As stille as any stoon; til at the laste,
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As stille as any stoon; til at the laste,
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And ther I stood as stille as ought, [continues next]
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And sette here doun as stille as any stoon,
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To Troilus, as stille as any stoon, [continues next]
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And stille as stoon, with-outen lenger lette,
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In-to the derke chaumbre, as stille as stoon,
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Toward the bed gan softely to goon,
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As stille as stoon; a word ne coude he seye.
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For to abyde wrasteling but ther com noon;
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[continues previous] This knight is to his chambre lad anon,
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Of wrastling was ther noon his peer, [continues next]
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Ther any ram shal stonde. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Til they comen to him ther he lay stille
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[continues previous] On his deth-bedde to abyde goddes wille.
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He mighte breke his nekke in that wrasteling. [continues next]
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As sone as Gamelyn com ther the place was, [continues next]
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[continues previous] sighte doun to the erthe, and bigan stille for to abyde what she
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[continues previous] And her-withal ther com anoon
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Nor at the gate porter was ther noon; [continues next]
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And at the chambre-dore they abyde. [continues next]
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[continues previous] That, sooth to saye, he saw me nought,
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[continues previous] To telle in short, and forth gan for to wende
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[continues previous] To Troilus, as stille as any stoon,
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Ther was noon with Gamelyn wolde wrastle more,
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[continues previous] Of wrastling was ther noon his peer,
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[continues previous] Ther any ram shal stonde.
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[continues previous] As sone as Gamelyn com ther the place was,
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[continues previous] Nor at the gate porter was ther noon;
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Comen to Gamelyn (god yeve him goode grace!)
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With the nones I fand a man to handelen him sore.' [continues next]
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'Goode man,' sayde Gamelyn 'wilt thou wel doon, [continues next]
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And sayde to him, 'do on thyn hosen and thy schoon,
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[continues previous] With the nones I fand a man to handelen him sore.'
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[continues previous] 'Goode man,' sayde Gamelyn 'wilt thou wel doon,
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For sothe at this tyme this feire is y-doon.'
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Ye han for sothe y-doon a greet bataille,
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Your cours is doon, your feith han ye conserved,
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I wil do therto al that in me is.' [continues next]
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And than seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel fare,
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'What! how now?' seyde Gamelyn 'evel mot ye thee!
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Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.' [continues next]
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'Felaw,' seyde the champioun 'al-so mot I thryve, [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore,
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee, [continues next]
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'Porter,' seyde Gamelyn 'so moot I wel thee! [continues next]
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I wil allowe thee thy wordes whan I my tyme see; [continues next]
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'I see wel,' seyde Gamelyn 'the Iustice is set; [continues next]
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'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee! [continues next]
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I have nought yet halven-del sold up my ware.'
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[continues previous] Sir Iohan of Boundys was his name and I Gamelyn.'
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[continues previous] 'Felaw,' seyde the champioun 'al-so mot I thryve,
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee,
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[continues previous] I wol holde thee covenant and thou wil me.'
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'Ow!' seyde Gamelyn 'so brouke I my bon! [continues next]
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Than seyde the porter 'so brouke I my chin, [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'Porter,' seyde Gamelyn 'so moot I wel thee!
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[continues previous] I wil allowe thee thy wordes whan I my tyme see;
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[continues previous] 'I see wel,' seyde Gamelyn 'the Iustice is set;
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[continues previous] 'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee!
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Tho seyde the champioun 'so brouke I my sweere,
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[continues previous] 'Ow!' seyde Gamelyn 'so brouke I my bon!
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[continues previous] Now I have aspyed that freendes have I non.
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[continues previous] Than seyde the porter 'so brouke I my chin,
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He is a fool that ther-of byeth thou sellest it so deere.'
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'By god!' sayde the frankeleyn 'anon it schal be doon; [continues next]
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Tho sayde the frankeleyn that was in moche care,
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Is ther no man that may you helpe out of this care?' [continues next]
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'Allas!' seyde this frankeleyn 'that ever was I bore! [continues next]
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[continues previous] 'By god!' sayde the frankeleyn 'anon it schal be doon;
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'Felaw,' he seyde 'why lakkest thou his ware?
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[continues previous] 'Allas!' seyde this frankeleyn 'that ever was I bore!
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'By seynt Iame!' seyde Adam 'what harm that I gete, [continues next]
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'By seint Iame!' seyde his yonge men 'and thou rede therto, [continues next]
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He gan, and seyde, 'By Seynt Iame! [continues next]
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By seynt Iame in Galys that many man hath sought,
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[continues previous] 'By seynt Iame!' seyde Adam 'what harm that I gete,
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For by seint Iame in Gales that many man hath sought,
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If that god almighty holde my lyf and wit,
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[continues previous] 'By seint Iame!' seyde his yonge men 'and thou rede therto,
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wel, that many a man hath sought the fruit of blisfulnesse nat
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[continues previous] He gan, and seyde, 'By Seynt Iame!
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Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring,
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And therfor ther was set up a ram and a ring; [continues next]
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And Gamelyn was in good wil to wende therto, [continues next]
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Might I the ram and the ring bring home to this halle.' [continues next]
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And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram, [continues next]
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For the beste wrasteler that ever here cam.' [continues next]
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Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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And wente with moche Ioye home in the morning. [continues next]
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And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram,
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[continues previous] And therfor ther was set up a ram and a ring;
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[continues previous] And Gamelyn was in good wil to wende therto,
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[continues previous] Might I the ram and the ring bring home to this halle.'
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[continues previous] Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And wente with moche Ioye home in the morning. [continues next]
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For the beste wrasteler that ever here cam.'
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[continues previous] Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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Thus wan Gamelyn the ram and the ring,
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And therfor ther was set up a ram and a ring; [continues next]
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And Gamelyn was in good wil to wende therto, [continues next]
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And therfor schal be set up a ram and a ring; [continues next]
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Might I the ram and the ring bring home to this halle.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram, [continues next]
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[continues previous] For the beste wrasteler that ever here cam.' [continues next]
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Thus wan Gamelyn his lond and his leede,
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And wente with moche Ioye home in the morning.
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[continues previous] And Gamelyn was in good wil to wende therto,
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[continues previous] Moche worschip it were brother, to us alle,
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[continues previous] Come and broughte Gamelyn the ram and the ring,
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[continues previous] And seyden, 'have, Gamelyn the ring and the ram,
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The porter of his lord was ful sore agast,
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And was swithe sore agast of the pestel. [continues next]
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Wistest thou nat how Cresus, the king of Lydiens, of whiche
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king Cyrus was ful sore agast a litel biforn, that this rewliche
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And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast.
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Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright, [continues next]
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And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Doun than cam his brother that fikil was and fel,
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[continues previous] And was swithe sore agast of the pestel.
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Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 341

Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge; [continues next]
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Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.' [continues next]
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Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille, [continues next]
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And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille. [continues next]
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Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde,
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In general, ye! bothe yonge and olde. [continues next]
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Here may men feste and royaltee biholde, [continues next]
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Man of Law's Tale: 722

Wepen bothe yonge and olde in al that place, [continues next]
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Monk's Tale: 171

To which image bothe yonge and olde [continues next]
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Monk's Tale: 172

Comaunded he to loute, and have in drede; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Herkeneth, lordinges and lesteneth aright, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn. [continues next]
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Four and twenty yonge men that heelden hem ful bolde, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.' [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille. [continues next]
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Kepte hir estat, and bothe of yonge and olde [continues next]
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Ful wel beloved, and wel men of hir tolde. [continues next]
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And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde.
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[continues previous] In general, ye! bothe yonge and olde.
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[continues previous] Here may men feste and royaltee biholde,
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[continues previous] Wepen bothe yonge and olde in al that place,
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Monk's Tale: 171

[continues previous] To which image bothe yonge and olde
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[continues previous] Comaunded he to loute, and have in drede;
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright,
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[continues previous] And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight;
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Herkeneth, lordinges and lesteneth aright, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Four and twenty yonge men that heelden hem ful bolde, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.'
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Kepte hir estat, and bothe of yonge and olde
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[continues previous] Ful wel beloved, and wel men of hir tolde.
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Gamelyn come ther-to for to have comen in,
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge.
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge;
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn.
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[continues previous] And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille.
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[continues previous] Gamelyn wente ayein under woode-rys,
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And thanne was it y-schet faste with a pin;
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'By my faith!' seyde the Iustice 'the scherreve is a schrewe!' [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn 'porter, undo the yat,
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In wente the porter to Gamelyn anoon,
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And seyde, 'Sir, I warne you her ben come your foon;
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'Porter,' seyde Gamelyn 'so moot I wel thee!
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee right nought; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Than seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise,
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For many good mannes sone stondeth ther-at.'
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[continues previous] Many good mannes child in care is y-brought.'
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Than answerd the porter and swor by goddes berde,
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Tho wraththed him Gamelyn and swor by goddes book, [continues next]
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Thow schalt stonde up by the post as thou were hond-fast, [continues next]
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'Thow ne schalt, Gamelyn come into this yerde.'
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[continues previous] Tho wraththed him Gamelyn and swor by goddes book,
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[continues previous] 'Thou schalt go bake thy-self I wil nought be thy cook!'
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee! [continues next]
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Thou schalt not be forsworen for the love of me.' [continues next]
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'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals! [continues next]
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Thou schalt finde my brother atte laste fals; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thow schalt stonde up by the post as thou were hond-fast,
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'Thow lixt,' sayde Gamelyn 'so browke I my chin!'
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals!
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He sette foot on erthe and bigan to flee.
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Er any foot he mighte on erthe goon;
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And the scherreve bothe thurgh him it bigan.' [continues next]
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise, [continues next]
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sighte doun to the erthe, and bigan stille for to abyde what she [continues next]
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'By my faith,' seyde Gamelyn 'that travail is y-lore,
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'By my faith,' seyde Gamelyn 'now me thinketh neede,
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[continues previous] Thanne seyde Gamelyn to the Iustise,
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[continues previous] imperial auctoritee, I wex al abaisshed and astoned, and caste my
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Gamelyn's Tale: 302

For I am of foot as light as thou though thou haddest swore.'
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used of foreine goodes: thou hast no right to pleyne thee, as
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though thou haddest outrely for-lorn alle thy thinges. Why
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And gerte him in the nekke that the bon to-brak,
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And caste him on the lefte syde that three ribbes to-brak, [continues next]
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And gerte him in the nekke that he overthrew;
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But threw him over the barre and his arm to-brak. [continues next]
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And took him by that oon arm and threw him in a welle,
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[continues previous] And caste him on the lefte syde that three ribbes to-brak,
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[continues previous] And ther-to his oon arm that yaf a gret crak.
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[continues previous] But threw him over the barre and his arm to-brak.
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Seven fadmen it was deep as I have herd telle.
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As ye han herd, I can telle it no bettre,
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A thousand sythes have I herd men telle,
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A thousand tymes have I herd men telle,
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They dredden him ful sore for werkes that he wroughte,
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The Grekes gyse, and werkes that they wroughte? [continues next]
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And for the faire company that he thider broughte.
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Thus made Gamelyn his feest and broughte it wel to ende, [continues next]
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To Gamelyn his brother he yede ful neer, [continues next]
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But two goode staves to halle-dore he broughte, [continues next]
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[continues previous] The Grekes gyse, and werkes that they wroughte?
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[continues previous] And why hir fader tarieth so longe
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Gamelyn yede to the gate and leet it up wyde;
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Gamelyn to the champioun yede smertely anon,
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[continues previous] Thus made Gamelyn his feest and broughte it wel to ende,
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[continues previous] Forth com the false knight out of the soleer,
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[continues previous] To Gamelyn his brother he yede ful neer,
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[continues previous] And sayde to Gamelyn 'who made thee so bold
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[continues previous] But two goode staves to halle-dore he broughte,
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[continues previous] Adam loked on Gamelyn and he was war anoon,
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He leet in alle maner men that gon in wolde or ryde,
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The gestes come to Gamelyn and wolde gon here way. [continues next]
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And seyde, 'ye be welcome withouten eny greeve,
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[continues previous] The gestes come to Gamelyn and wolde gon here way.
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[continues previous] 'Lordes,' seyde Gamelyn 'wil ye so hyë?
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For we wiln be maistres heer and aske no man leve.
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And wel is worth we [maistres] be,
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For al this world governe we,
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Yestirday I lefte' seyde yonge Gamelyn,
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Thanne seyde the child yonge Gamelyn,
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And broughte with him his yonge men of prys.
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'I see wel,' seyde Gamelyn 'the Iustice is set;
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'Yonge men,' seyde Gamelyn 'so mot I wel thee!
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Thanne seide the scherreve to yonge Gamelyn, [continues next]
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'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.' [continues next]
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'In my brother seller fyve tonne of wyn;
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[continues previous] 'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.'
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Other for spense of mete or drink that we spenden heere,
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For the mete and the drink that we have spended now.'
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He schal have for his grucching seint Maries curs.
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And who that maketh grucching that we here dwelle,
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He schal to the porter into the draw-welle.'
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Than seyde an abbot sorwe on his cheeke!
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'He schal have Cristes curs and seynte Maries eeke,
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'Sire Ote,' seide the false knight 'lat be thy curs;
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By god, for thy wordes he schal fare the wurs;
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My brother is a niggoun I swer by Cristes ore,
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Brother, I wil make thy pees I swere by Cristes ore; [continues next]
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'That schalt thou have, Gamelyn I swere by Cristes ore! [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore, [continues next]
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'Now I am older woxe thou schalt me finde a more!' [continues next]
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And we wil spende largely that he hath spared yore;
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[continues previous] Brother, I wil make thy pees I swere by Cristes ore;
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[continues previous] Cast away the pestel and wraththe thee no-more.'
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[continues previous] Al that thy fader thee biquath though thou woldest have more;
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[continues previous] Than seyde Gamelyn and swor by Cristes ore,
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And who that maketh grucching that we here dwelle,
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He schal have for his grucching seint Maries curs. [continues next]
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He schal to the porter into the draw-welle.'
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[continues previous] He schal have for his grucching seint Maries curs.
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Tho thou threwe my porter in the draw-welle,
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Erly on a morning on the eighte day,
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He wolde come and gon al day; [continues next]
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The gestes come to Gamelyn and wolde gon here way.
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He leet in alle maner men that gon in wolde or ryde, [continues next]
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And seyde, 'ye be welcome withouten eny greeve, [continues next]
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Come to the schirref and seyde that they wolde [continues next]
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Gamelyn and Adam fetten, by her fay; [continues next]
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[continues previous] He wolde come and gon al day;
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'Lordes,' seyde Gamelyn 'wil ye so hyë?
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'What! how now?' seyde Gamelyn 'evel mot ye thee!
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Wil ye biginne contek and so sone flee?'
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[continues previous] And seyde, 'ye be welcome withouten eny greeve,
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'what is now thy reed? [continues next]
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[continues previous] Come to the schirref and seyde that they wolde
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'Porter,' seyde Gamelyn 'so moot I wel thee!
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I wil allowe thee thy wordes whan I my tyme see;
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'we wiln nought don so,
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We wil slee the giltif and lat the other go.
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Was flowen fro the grounde so hyë, [continues next]
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Al the wyn is not yet dronke so brouke I myn yë.'
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Knight's Tale: 238

But I was hurt right now thurgh-out myn yë [continues next]
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In-to myn herte, that wol my bane be. [continues next]
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Wife of Bath's Prologue: 599

That al myn herte I yaf un-to his hold. [continues next]
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Nun's Priest's Tale: 480

So mote I brouke wel myn eyen tweye,
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He wolde say afterward I were a traytour.' [continues next]
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'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals! [continues next]
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[continues previous] And therto y-dronke wel of the rede wyn,
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'Ow!' seyde Gamelyn 'so brouke I my bon! [continues next]
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[continues previous] That al the world, as to myn yë,
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Gamelyn in his herte was he ful wo,
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[continues previous] In-to myn herte, that wol my bane be.
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[continues previous] That al myn herte I yaf un-to his hold.
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[continues previous] He was, I trowe, a twenty winter old,
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I deme that hir herte was ful wo.
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[continues previous] 'Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'so brouke I myn hals!
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[continues previous] 'Ow!' seyde Gamelyn 'so brouke I my bon!
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Thus argumented he in his ginninge, [continues next]
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Ful unavysed of his wo cominge. [continues next]
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Thus took he purpos loves craft to suwe, [continues next]
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Whan his gestes took her leve from him for to go;
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Wolde go to bedde, he wolde no lenger tarie. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Thus argumented he in his ginninge,
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[continues previous] Ful unavysed of his wo cominge.
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[continues previous] Thus took he purpos loves craft to suwe,
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He wolde they had lenger abide and they seyde 'nay,'
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[continues previous] Wolde go to bedde, he wolde no lenger tarie.
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[continues previous] He drinketh ipocras, clarree, and vernage
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They seyde, 'nay'; but Iesu, of his grace, [continues next]
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'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'do hem but good; [continues next]
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They ben men of holy chirche draw of hem no blood, [continues next]
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But bitaughte Gamelyn god, and good day.
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[continues previous] They seyde, 'nay'; but Iesu, of his grace,
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[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'do hem but good;
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Thus made Gamelyn his feest and broughte it wel to ende,
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And for the faire company that he thider broughte.
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Gamelyn yede to the gate and leet it up wyde;
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But at the laste, as every thing hath ende, [continues next]
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Made him to dwelle; and at the woukes ende, [continues next]
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And after his gestes toke leve to wende.
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With which a false tresoun his brother him kiste! [continues next]
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[continues previous] She took hir leve, and nedes wolde wende.
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And toke his leve, and gan ful lowe loute,
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[continues previous] Of Sarpedoun they toke hir leve tho,
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And on hir wey they spedden hem to wende.
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Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth youre tonge,
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Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright, [continues next]
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And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge. [continues next]
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And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast. [continues next]
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Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde. [continues next]
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Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.' [continues next]
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Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille, [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 770

And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille. [continues next]
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And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the yonge;
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight; [continues next]
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth your tonge, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge. [continues next]
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[continues previous] And sterte anon to the gate and lokked it fast. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Gamelyn come ther-to for to have comen in, [continues next]
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And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn. [continues next]
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Four and twenty yonge men that heelden hem ful bolde, [continues next]
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[continues previous] Com whan thou seest tyme and bring us out of blame.'
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and holdeth you stille,
15+

Gamelyn's Tale: 770

[continues previous] And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille.
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Herkeneth, lordinges and lesteneth aright,
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[continues previous] Litheth, and lesteneth and herkeneth aright,
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Gamelyn's Tale: 2

[continues previous] And ye schulle heere a talking of a doughty knight;
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere talking of Gamelyn the yonge.
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[continues previous] Now litheth, and lesteneth bothe yonge and olde,
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere gamen of Gamelyn the bolde.
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[continues previous] And ye schul heere good game of yonge Gamelyn.
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[continues previous] Four and twenty yonge men that heelden hem ful bolde,
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Whan alle gestes were goon how Gamelyn was dight.
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Tolde alle his gestes that Gamelyn was wood;
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And Gamelyn stood stille and answerde nought,
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And tolde him al-togidere how Gamelyn was dight. [continues next]
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Anon as sire Ote herde how Gamelyn was a-dight, [continues next]
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And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille. [continues next]
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Gamelyn's Tale: 778

And Gamelyn hem tolde ayein how he was fast y-bounde. [continues next]
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Whyl Gamelyn was outlawed hadde he no cors; [continues next]
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Al the whyl that Gamelyn heeld his mangerye,
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[continues previous] And tolde him al-togidere how Gamelyn was dight.
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[continues previous] Anon as sire Ote herde how Gamelyn was a-dight,
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[continues previous] And ye schul here how Gamelyn hadde al his wille.
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[continues previous] Gamelyn wente ayein under woode-rys,
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[continues previous] Whyl Gamelyn was outlawed hadde he no cors;
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He thoughte on his brother how he him beheet [continues next]
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His brother thoughte on him be wreke with his treccherye.
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[continues previous] He thoughte on his brother how he him beheet
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Tho Gamelyns gestes were riden and y-goon,
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And seyde, 'if ther be eny mo lat hem come to werk; [continues next]
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Tolde alle his gestes that Gamelyn was wood; [continues next]
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And Gamelyn stood stille and answerde nought, [continues next]
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Gamelyn stood allone frendes had he noon;
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[continues previous] Gamelyn stood in the place allone withoute serk,
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Two dayes and two nightes mete had he noon.
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Gamelyn's Tale: 397

Thanne seyde Gamelyn that stood y-bounde stronge,
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[continues previous] Tolde alle his gestes that Gamelyn was wood;
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[continues previous] And Gamelyn stood stille and answerde nought,
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Til that I herde, as that I welk allone, [continues next]
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Troilus and Criseyde 2: 518

How he bigan ful wofully to grone. [continues next]
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Tho after ful soone withinne a litel stounde,
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Reeve's Tale: 87

To yeve hem leve but a litel stounde
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To Bachus temple; and, in a litel stounde,
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[continues previous] How he bigan ful wofully to grone.
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[continues previous] Tho gan I stalke him softely bihinde,
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And fynally, with-inne a litel stounde,
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And how Ypomedoun in litel stounde [continues next]
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Gamelyn was y-taken and ful harde y-bounde.
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[continues previous] Was dreynt, and deed Parthonope of wounde;
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Forth com the false knight out of the soleer,
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Gamelyn yede to the gate and leet it up wyde; [continues next]
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The false knight his brother of Gamelyn was agast, [continues next]
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The false knight his brother ful of trechery, [continues next]
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To Gamelyn his brother he yede ful neer,
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'com a litel ner, [continues next]
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'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth, [continues next]
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Toward yonge Gamelyn he bigan to goon, [continues next]
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[continues previous] And for the faire company that he thider broughte. [continues next]
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[continues previous] Gamelyn yede to the gate and leet it up wyde; [continues next]
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother of Gamelyn was agast,
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[continues previous] They caste their eye on yonge Gamelyn.
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[continues previous] The false knight his brother ful of trechery,
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Of Gamelyn his brother he tolde hem with mouthe
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And sette him in the feteres ther he sat arst. [continues next]
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'Sitte ther, brother' sayde Gamelyn, [continues next]
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'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee nought, [continues next]
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And sayde to Gamelyn 'who made thee so bold
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'com a litel ner,
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[continues previous] And I wil teche thee a play atte bokeler.'
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[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' sayde his brother 'be thou nought wroth,
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[continues previous] Toward yonge Gamelyn he bigan to goon,
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[continues previous] And sayde, 'who is thy fader and who is thy sire?
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[continues previous] Gamelyn yede to the gate and leet it up wyde;
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[continues previous] 'Sitte ther, brother' sayde Gamelyn,
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Adam,' sayde Gamelyn 'looke thee to goon;
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[continues previous] I schal anon be take and in thy stede y-bounde.'
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee nought,
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For to stroye my stoor of myn houshold?'
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For to holde myn avow as I thee biheet.' [continues next]
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Than seyde Gamelyn 'brother, by myn hals, [continues next]
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Wher I go to my brother and girde of his heed?' [continues next]
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'Lord, I crye the mercy brother art thou myn.' [continues next]
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'wraththe thee right nought,
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He seyde, 'brother Gamelyn aske me thy boone,
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Thanne seyde Gamelyn 'brother, y-wis,
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'Brother,' seyde Gamelyn 'by seynt Richer,
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Therfore I thee biseche brother Gamelyn,
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Lat me nought be forsworen brother art thou myn;
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[continues previous] For to holde myn avow as I thee biheet.'
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[continues previous] 'Brother,' sayde Gamelyn 'al-so mot I thee!
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[continues previous] Than seyde Gamelyn 'brother, by myn hals,
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[continues previous] Wher I go to my brother and girde of his heed?'
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[continues previous] 'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'it schal not be so.
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Than seyde Gamelyn 'how serve ye me? [continues next]
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It is nought wel served by god that al made! [continues next]
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'Dowt thee nought,' seyde Gamelyn 'whyl we ben in-feere,
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'Gamelyn,' seyde Adam 'hye thee right blyve,
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'Adam,' seyde Gamelyn 'dismaye thee right nought; [continues next]
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'Brother,'</