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The pricke of conscience (Stimulus conscientiæ)

dc.contributor Robinson, Christine Department of English University of Edinburgh Edinburgh Rolle, Richard, of Hampole, 1290?-1349 2018-07-27 2019-07-04T10:58:08Z 2019-07-04T10:58:08Z 1300-1400 1980-01-01
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dc.language English, Middle (1100-1500)
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dc.subject.lcsh Devotional literature -- England -- 14th century
dc.subject.lcsh Poems -- England -- 14th century
dc.title The pricke of conscience (Stimulus conscientiæ)
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<T The Pricke of Conscience> <Language Middle English> <DATE 7-1-83> <TIME 15.12> <Z From text prepared by Richard Morris, Berlin 1863> <Z Last updated by Tom Horton at 23:36 16-Dec-82 > <Z 551 lines in Latin marked at beginning with: > <Z "<Z Latin> " > <Z One triplet instead of couplet marked with: > <Z "<Z Triplet instead of couplet>" > <Z Rhyming word of each line marked with "@"> yE MYGHT OF yE FADER @ALMYGHTY, yE WITTE OF yE SON @ALWYTTY, AND yE GUDNES OF yE @HALIGAST, A GODDE AND LORDE OF MYGHT @MAST, BE WYTH US AND US HELP AND @SPEDE, NOW AND EVER, IN AL OUR @NEDE; AND SPECIALY AT THIS @BYGYNNYNG, AND BRYNG US ALLE TIL GUDE @ENDYNG. AMEN. BEFORE AR ANY THYNG WAS @WROGHT, AND AR ANY BYGYNNYNG WAS OF @OGHT, AND BEFOR AL TYMES, ALS WE SAL @TROW, yE SAM GOD AY WAS yAT ES @NOW, yAT WONED EVER IN HIS @GODHEDE, AND IN THRE PERSONS AND @ANHEDE. FOR GOD WALD AY WITH yE FADER AND yE @SON AND WYTH yE HALIGAST IN ANHEDE @WON, ALS GOD IN A SUBSTANCE AND @B . . .

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