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Older Scottish texts : the Edinburgh DOST corpus / A.J. Aitken, Paul Bratley and Neil Hamilton-Smith

 
dc.contributor Watson, Harry D. Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue University of Edinburgh Edinburgh
dc.contributor.author Bonet, Honoré, fl. 1378-1398
dc.contributor.author Henryson, Robert
dc.contributor.author Asloan, John, fl. 1515
dc.contributor.author Wedderburn, Robert
dc.contributor.author Bannatyne, George, 1545-1608?
dc.contributor.author Brenton, Howard, 1942-
dc.contributor.editor Aitken, A. J.
dc.contributor.editor Bratley, Paul
dc.coverage.placeName [Edinburgh]
dc.date.accessioned 2018-07-27
dc.date.accessioned 2019-07-04T09:49:01Z
dc.date.available 2019-07-04T09:49:01Z
dc.date.created 1450-1600
dc.date.issued 1984-05-01
dc.identifier ota:0701
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0701
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/0701
dc.description.abstract Publication based on OTA text: Aitken, A. J., and Bratley, Paul. -- “An archive of Older Scottish texts for scanning by computer” in English Studies 48 (1967) : 60,61 Publication based on OTA text: A dictionary of the Scottish tongue : [from the twelfth century to the end of the seventeenth]. -- Aitken, A. J., et al, eds. ; founded on the collections of Sir William A. Craigie. -- Chicago : Chicago University Press, 1973 . -- vol 4- Publication based on OTA text: A dictionary of the Scottish tongue : [from the twelfth century to the end of the seventeenth]. -- Aitken, A. J., et al, eds. ; founded on the collections of Sir William A. Craigie. -- Aberdeen : Aberdeen University Press, 1983 . -- vol 4- Publication based on OTA text: Aitken, A. J. -- “Historical dictionaries and the computer” in The computer in literary and linguistic research : papers from a Cambridge symposium. -- Wisbey, R. A. (Roy Albert), 1929- , ed. -- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1971. -- ISBN 0521081467. -- pp. 3-17 Publication based on OTA text: Hamilton-Smith, N. -- “A versatile concordance program for a textual archive” in The computer in literary and linguistic research : papers from a Cambridge symposium. -- Wisbey, R. A. (Roy Albert), 1929- , ed. -- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1971. -- ISBN 0521081467. -- pp. 235-244 Publication based on OTA text: A.J. Aitken. -- “The literary uses of computers” in Times Literary Supplement. -- 21 Apr. 1972 : [456] Catalogued on RLIN The following works comprise the DOST corpus: See OTA text 0218 Partial contents: Vol. 1 [Preface, Books I-XIII] ; Vol. 2 [Books XIV-XX] Edited from Mss. G.23 in the library of St. John's College Cambridge, written A.D. 1487, collated with the Ms. in the Advocates' library at Edinburgh, written A.D. 1484, and with Hart's edition, printed A.D. 1616 ; with a preface, notes, and glossarial index by Walter W. Skeat See OTA text 0220 Transcribed from: Gilbert of the Haye's prose manuscript [(A.D. 1456] The “Buke of knychthede” is from a French version of Ramón Lull’s Libre del ordre de cavalleia -- The “Buke of the governaunce of princis” is a translation of a French version of the Liber de secretis secretorum Contents: Vol. 1 [The buke of the law of armys, or Buke of bataillis by Honoré Bonet] -- v. 2. The buke of the ordre of knychthede, and, The buke of the governaunce of princis See OTA text 0243 vol. 2 Scottish Text Society I ; 55 The Scottish Text Society’s edition of The poems of Robert Henryson makes up three volumes of the Society’s first series (55, 58, 64), of which the contents: Vol. I. Introduction, appendix, notes, index of words and glossary, general index -- v. II-III. Text See OTA text 0279 Published originally in two parts, 1892-1897 Partial contents: Rauf Coilyear from the ed. of 1572. -- pp. 82-114 See OTA text 0283 See OTA text 0290 2 vols Contents: The buke followand : [...] Of the wertewe of the glorius passioun, [...] Of the sacrament [and] wertewe of pennance in generale, Of confessioun sacramentale with condicionis and proffettis thairof, Of confessioun sacramentale with the secund part of pennance, Of satisfactioun sacramentale in generale, Of the deidis of Almos and mercy spirituale and corporale, Of prayere and vrisoun and wertuis thairof, Of the noble and excellent werteu of cherite, Of mercy mast proper to the hie devyne maieste, The table of confessioun efter master ihon irland ; The buke callit the ches ; Ane tractact callit the cart schortly drawyn ; The buke of the Portuus of Nobilnes , Ane tractact callit the Scottis originale ; Ane tractact of certane kyngis of Yngland schawand of thair evill governance ; Ane tract of the kings of Scotland begynnand in the third age of the warld ; Ane addicioun of the Scottis corniklis and deidis ; The buke callit the spectakle of lufe ; The figuris of the ald testament conforme till the newe according to the [VJ] werk dayis aggreand with sex agis ; The buke of the sevyne sagis ; The iustis betuix the Talzeour [and] the Sowtar ; A ballat of the Abbot of Tungland ; The testament of Cresseid ; The disputacioun betuix the nychtingale and the merle ; Goldin targe ; Master Robert Hendersonnis dreme on fut by forth of the angell deid quhyte dragoun devill wysman blak dragoun zoung man and of the sawlis in Hell ; The buke of curtasy and nortur ; The document of Sir Gilbert Hay ; The regiment of kingis with the buke of phisnomy ; A ballat of the incarnacioun ; A ballat of steidfastnes ; A ballat of recompence ; A ballat of our Lady of Pete ; A ballat of disputacoun betuix the body [and] saull ; A ballat of the devillis inquest ; A ballat of our lady ; The buke colkelby ; The buke of the otter and the ele ; The flyting betuix Kennyde [and] Dunbar ; The fablis of Esope and first of the paddok and the mous ; The preching of the swallow ; The lyoun and the mous ; Of Chanticlere and the fox ; Of the tod and the wolf ; The parliament of bestis ; by a palace as I couth pas ; A ballat of treuth ; The buke of howlat ; The talis of the fyve bestis ; The wyplandis mous [and] borowstovnis ; The maner of the crying of a play ; Ane ballat of luf ; The buke of Sir Orpheux [and] Erudices ; The talis of the thre prestis of peblis ; The buke of the contemplatioun of Synnaris ; Ane ballat of the passioun ; Ane ballat of our lady : [1-3] ; The maying [and] disport of Chaucere ; The buke of Ralf Colzear ; The buke of Sir Gologrus [and] Sir Gawane ; The disputacouin betuix the merle [and] the Nytqtingale ; Dunbarris derige of Edinburgh [and] Striuling ; Ane ballat of all officeris ; Ane ballat of making of [...] ; Ane ballat of pacience ; Ane ballat of wardlie plesance See OTA text 0388 Re-edited from the originals with introduction and glossary by James A.H. Murray Issued in 2 parts See OTA text 0403 In 4 vols. Vols. 2-4 contain the text of the manuscript See OTA text 0414 Partial contents pp.[6]-31
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dc.subject.lcsh Linguistic analysis (Linguistics)
dc.subject.lcsh Anthologies -- Scotland
dc.subject.lcsh Scottish literature -- To 1700
dc.subject.lcsh Scottish poetry -- To 1700
dc.subject.lcsh Poems -- Scotland -- 16th century
dc.subject.lcsh Folk tales -- Scotland -- 16th century
dc.subject.lcsh English poetry -- Middle English, 1100-1500
dc.subject.lcsh Asloan manuscript
dc.subject.other Linguistic corpora
dc.title Older Scottish texts : the Edinburgh DOST corpus / A.J. Aitken, Paul Bratley and Neil Hamilton-Smith
dc.title.alternative Older Scottish Textual Archive [OSTA] : a corpus of texts prepared for the dictionary of the older Scottish tongue
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<T ASL 1> <D 1520A> <N STS ED> <Q S> <MPU> <E PREF> <KA1CON 1> <L 1> (HEAD) HEIRE BEGYNIS THE CONTENTIS OF THE BUKE FOLLOWAND (END OF HEAD) ( IN PRIMIS ) ANE CHAPITUR SCHAWIN BE MASTER IHON YRLAND OF THE WERTEWE OF THE GLORIUS PASSIOUN OF IHU NIXT EFTER THAT HE * THE CAUS OF THIS COMPILATIOUN ( ITM ) OF THE SACRAMENT & WERTEWE OF PENNANCE IN GENERALE ( ITM ) OF CONFESSIOUN SACRAMENTALE WITH CONDICIONIS & PROFFETTIS THAIROF ( ITM ) OF CONFESSIOUN SACRAMENTALE WITH THE SECUND PART OF PENNANCE ( ITM ) OF SATISFACTIOUN SACRAMENTALE IN GENERALE ( ITM ) OF THE DEIDIS OF ALMOS AND MERCY SPIRITUALE AND CORPORALE ( ITM ) OF PRAYERE AND VRISOUN AND WERTUIS THAIROF ( ITM ) OF THE NOBLE AND EXCELLENT WERTEU OF CHERITE ( ITM ) OF MERCY MAST PROPER TO THE HIE DEVYNE MAIESTE ( ITM ) THE TABLE OF CONFESSIOUN EFTER MASTER IHON IRLAND ( ITM ) THE BUKE CALLIT THE CHES ( ITM ) ANE TRACTACT CALLIT THE CART SCHORTLY DRAWYN ( ITM ) THE BUKE OF THE PORTUUS OF NOBILNES ( ITM ) ANE TRACTACT CALLIT THE SCOTTIS . . .
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<T ASL 2> <P 1> <B ANON> <KA2 1> <D 1500A> <E SEVEN S> <Q S> <MRO> (HEAD)HEIR BEGYNNIS THE BUKE OF THE SEVYNE SAGIS(END OF HEAD) <H AA> <L1>ANE EMPRIOUR IN TYMES BYGANE IN ROME CALLIT DIOCLESIANE WONNYT IN WELTH AND HIE EMPRYS FOR HE WAS WITTY BAITH WAR AND WYS HE HAD NO BARNE BOT ANE IN DEID THAT TO THE EMPYRE MICHT SUCCEID ANE SONE BAITH FAIRE AND ELIGANT AND OF HIS AGE RICHT TILL AWANT FFOR HE OF ELD WAS BOT THRE ZEIRE QUHEN THE EMPRYCE HIS MODER DEIRE THROW DET OF NATUR THIS LYF LEFT AS ALL THAT LEVIS MON LEIF HEIR EFT FFOR HIR THE CITE MADE GRET MANE THE BARNE HECHT DIOCLESIANE EFTIR HIS FADER THE EMPRIOURE THAT THAN TUKE STUDY AND GRET DOLOURE QUHOM TO HE SULD THE CHILD COMMYT TO NURYS TECHE AND LEIR HIM WIT IN ROME CITE THAN WAS THAR SEVYNE <L20>SAGIS THE WISEST VNDER HEVYNE FFOR BY THE STERNIS THAI COUTH SE HOW PERELLIS APPEIRE AND THAM ESCHEWE THAI WAR BROCHT SONE TO THE PALACE THE FIRST MASTER THAI CALLIT BANTILLAS THE EMPRIOUR SONE AT HIM COUTH SPEIRE GIF HE WALD TAK HIS S . . .
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<T BANN 1> <DV 1568> <N STS ED> <KB1 HEAD> <P1> (HEAD) HEIR BEGYNNIS ANE BALLAT BUIK WRITTIN IN THE ZEIR OF GOD 1568 (END OF HEAD) <B BELL> <KB1 B 3> <D 1550A> <MRCT> <Q S> <H ABABBCBC> <P3> <L1> QUHEN GOLDIN PHEBUS MOVIT FRA THE RAM INTO THE BULL TO MAK HIS MANSIOUN AND HORNIT DIANE IN THE WIRGINE CAM WITH VISAGE PAILL IN HIR ASCENSIOUN APPROCHAND TILL HIR OPPOSITIOUN QUHEN DONK AURORA WTQ HIR MISTY SCHOURIS FFLEAND OFF SKYIS THE BRYCHT REFLEXIOUN HIR SILUER TERIS SCALIT ON THE FLOURIS THE SESOUN QUHEN THE GRETE OCTAUIANE BAITH ERD AND SEIS HAD IN HIS GOUERNANCE WITH DIADEME AS ROY CESARIANE IN MAIST EXCELLENT HONOUR AND PLESAUNCE WITH EVERYE GLORE THAT MYCHT HIS FAME AVAUNCE QUHEN HE THE CROUN OF HIE TRIUMPHE HAD WORNE BE QUHAIS PECE AND RIALL ORDINANCE THE FURIOUS MARS WAS BLAWIN TO THE HORNE THE SAMIN TYME QUHEN GOD OMNIPOTENT BEHELD OF MAN THE GRETE CALAMITE AND THOCHT THE TYME WAS THAN EXPEDIENT <L20>MAN TO REDEME FRA THRALL CAPTIUITE AND TO REDUCE HIM TO FELICITE WITH BODY . . .
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<T BANN 2> <DV 1568> <N STS ED> <B BANN> <KB2 59> <D 1568> <MRU> <Q S> (HEAD) THE WRYTTAR TO THE REIDARIS(END OF HEAD) <HAABAABBAB> <P59><L1> ZE REVEREND REDARIS THIR WORKIS REVOLVING RICHT GIF ZE GET CRYMIS. CORRECT THAME TO ZOUR MICHT AND CURS NA CLARK THAT CUNNYNGLY THAME WRAIT BOT BLAME ME BALDLY BROCHT THIS BUIK TILL LICHT IN TENDEREST TYME. QUHEN KNAWLEGE WAS NOCHT BRICHT BOT LAIT BEGUN TO LERNE AND TILL TRANSLAIT MY COPEIS AWLD MANKIT AND MVTILLAIT QUHAIS TREWTH AS STANDIS ZIT HAIF I SYMPILL WICHT TRYD FURTH, THAIRFOIR EXCUSE SUMPAIRT MY ESTAIT NOW ZE HAIF HEIR THIS ILK BUIK SA PROVYDIT THAT IN FYVE PAIRTIS IT IS DEWLY DEVYDIT THE FIRST CONCERNIS GODIS GLOIR AND OUIR SALUATIOUN THE NIXT AR MORALE GRAVE AND ALS BESYD IT GRUND ON GUD COUNSALE. THE THRID I WILL NOCHT HYD IT AR BLYITH AND GLAID MAID FOR OUIR CONSOLLATIOUN THE FERD OF LUVE AND THAIR RICHT REFORMATIOUN THE FYIFT AR TAILIS AND STOREIS WEILL DISCYDIT REID AS ZE PLEIS I NEID NO MOIR NARRATIOUN <B ANON> <KB2 60> <M . . .
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<T BANN 3> <B DUNB> <KB2D 132B> <D 1510A> <E DUNB STS I 34> <MRL> <Q S> <HAABAB> <F132B><L1> THIS NYCHT IN MY SLEIP I WES AGAST ME THOTQ THE DEVILL WES TEMPAND FAST THE PEPLE WTQ AITHIS OF CREWALTIE SAYAND AS THROW THE MERCAT HE PAST RENUNCE THY GOD AND CUM TO ME ME THOTQ AS HE WENT THROW THE WAY ANE PREIST SWEIRIT BE GOD VEREY QUHILK AT THE ALTER RESSAUIT HE THOW ART MY CLERK THE DEVILL CAN SAY RENUNCE THY GOD AND CUM TO ME THAN SWOIR ANE COURTZOUR MEKLE OF PRYD BE CHRYSTIS WINDIS BLUDY AND WYD AND BE HIS HARMES WES RENT ON TRE THAN SPAK THE DEVILL HARD HIM BESYD RENUNCE THY GOD AND CUM TO ME ANE MERCHAND HIS GEIR AS HE DID SELL RENUNCIT HIS PAIRT OF HEVIN & HELL THE DEVILL SAID WELCUM MOT THOW BE THOW SALBE MERCHAND FOR MY SELL <L20>RENUNCE(ETC) ANE GOLDSMYTQ SAID THE GOLDIS SA FYNE THAT ALL THE WORKMANSCHIP I TYNE THE FEIND RESSAIF ME GIF I LE THINK ON Q THE DEVILL THAT THOW ART MYNE ( RE ETC ) <L 26> ANE TAILZORQ SAID IN ALL THIS TOUN BE THAIR ANE BETTER WEILMAID GOUN I GIF . . .
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<T BANN 4> <B ANON> <KB2 250A> <D 1568A> <MRL> <Q S> <F 250A>(HEAD) REMEIDIS OF LUVE (END OF HEAD) <H ABAB> <L1>SO PRAYIS ME AS ZE THINK CAUS QUHY AND LUFE ME AS ZOW LYKIS BEST AS PLEISIS ZOW SO PLESIT AM I GIF NOTQ I FYND OF NOTQ I TRAIST GIF ZE BE TREW I WILBE IUST GIFE ZE BE FALS FLATTERY IS FRE ALL TYMES AND HOURIS EVIN AS ZE LUST FOR ME TILL VSE ALS WEILL AS ZE GIF ZE DO MOK I WILL BOT PLAY GIF ZE DO LAWCH I WILL NOTQ WEIP EVIN AS ZE LIST THINK DO OR SAY SIC LAW ZE MAK SIC LAW I KEIP SCHAW FATHFULL LUFE LUFE SALL ZE HAIF SCHAW DOWBILNES I SAL ZOW QUYT ZE CAN NOTQ VSE NOR NO WAYS CRAIF BOT EVIN THAT SAME IS MY DELYT BOT GIF ZE WALD BE TREW AND PLANE ZE WALD ME PLEIS AND BEST CONTENT AND GIF ZE WILL NOTQ SO REMANE <L20>AS I HAIF SAID SO AM I LENT AWYS ZOW AS ZE THINK TO DO AND VSE ME AS ZE LIST TO FYND QUHAT NEIDIS LANG TALKING THAIRTO FOR AS I AM ZE KNAW MY MYND BEWAR THAIRFOIR AND TAK GUD HEID QUHAT IS THE SENTENS OF THIS BILL FOR AND ZE BEIR ME OCHT AT FEID I SALL ZOW HAL . . .
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<T BARB BRUS> <B BARB> <KR> <D 1489A> <Q ABERD> <MRO> <H AA> <N TRS JACS> <KR 1> <S I><L 1> STORYS TO REDE AR DELITABILL SUPPOS YAT YAI BE NOCHT BOT FABILL YAN SULD STORYS YAT SUTHFAST WER AND YAI WAR SAID ON GUD MANER HAWE DOUBILL PLESANCE IN HERYNG YE FYRST PLESANCE IS THE CARPYNG AND YE TOYIR YE SUTHFASTNES THAT SCHAWYS YE THING RYCHT AS IT WES AND SUTH THYNGIS YAT AR LIKAND TYLL MANNYS HERYNG AR PLESAND YARFOR I WALD FAYNE SET MY WILL GIFF MY WYT MYCHT SUFFICE YARTILL TO PUT IN WRYT A SUTHFAST STORY YAT IT LEST AY FURTH IN MEMORY SWA YAT NA TYME OF LENTH IT LET NA GER IT HALY BE FORZET FOR AULD STORYS YAT MEN REDYS REPRESENTIS TO YAIM YE DEDYS OF STALWART FOLK YAT LYWYT AR RYCHT AS YAI YAN IN PRESENCE WAR AND CERTIS YAI SULD WEILL HAWE PRYS YAT IN YAR TYME WAR WYCHT AND WYS AND LED YAR LYFF IN GRET TRAWAILL AND OFT IN HARD STOUR OFF BATAILL WAN GRET PRICE OFF CHEWALRY AND WAR WOYDYT OFF COWARDY AS WES KING ROBERT OFF SCOTLAND YAT HARDY WES OFF HART AND HAND AND GUD SCHYR JAMES . . .
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<T CHM> <DV 1508A> <N CHM FACS> <B ANON> <K*C 1> <E PORT NOBLE> <Q S> <MPLP> <P 1> <S 8> NOR COMPT OF IS LIF THAT SEWIS NOGHT DILIGENCE QUHILK AWAYKYNIS ALL OTHER VERTUES QUHAT AVALIS OR QUHAT IS ANE MAN WORTH THAT MUSIS AND LYIS IN SLOGARDY THAT WILL HAUE ANE SOFT BED ANE FULL WAME REMANYNG AT EAS AND PAS THE TYME DAY BE DAY AND WOLK BE WOLKE AND REKIS NOT NOR TAKIS NA COMPT HOW ALL THING PAS QUHAT BE WONNYN OR QUHAT BE TYNT AND WILL HAUE MEN BEFOR HYM BAIR HEID KNELAND AND SAYNGE THAT HE IS ANE NOBILL QUHILK IS GRET MERUAL QUHAIR HIS AWNE DEDIS SCHEWIS THEQ CONTRAIR BOT QUHA THAT IS A NOBILL HE LERIS QUHAIR OF SERUIS DILIGENCE THAT AWAIKNIS ALL OTHIR VERTUIS O NOBILL MAN THE WYNE GRAIP ROTTIS AND DEIS GIF IT LY AT THE ERD VNDIR THE LEIF THE MICHEIF AND FALL AWISE AND CONSULIS A MAN AND DILIGENCE THAT A WAIKNIS ALL VERTUES IN TRAUAIL MAKIS OF ANE RUD AND VNNURIST MAN ANE MAN CUNNING PERT AND WEILL MANERIT <S 9> THE ( IX ) VERTU IN NOBILL MAN IS CLENELYNES THE HERT SET IN NOBILNES AND . . .
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<T COMPL> <B WEDDERBURN> <KW> <D 1550C> <MPLP> <N TRS AMS> <F2R> TO THE EXCELLENT ANDE ILLVSTIR MARIE QUENE OF SCOTLANDE THE MARGAREIT ANDE PERLE OF PRINCESSIS THE IMMORTAL GLOIR THAT PROCEDIS BE THE RYCHT LYNE OF VERTU FRA ZOUR MAGNANIME AUANSING OF THE PUBLIC VEIL OF THE AFFLIGIT REALME OF SCOTLANDE IS ABUNDANTLY DILATIT ATHORT AL CUNTREIS THROUCHT THE QUHILK THE PRECIUS GERME OF ZOUR NOBILITE BRINGIS NOCHT FURTHT ALANERLY BRANCHIS ANDE TENDIR LEYUIS OF VERTU BOT AS VEIL IT BRINGIS FURTHT SALUTIFFERE & HOILSUM FRUTE OF HONOUR QUHILK IS ANE IMMORTAL ANDE SUPERNATURAL MEDICYNE TO CURE & TO GAR CONUALLESSE AL THE LANGORIUS DESOLAT & AFFLIGIT PEPIL QUHILKIS AR AL MAST DISPARIT OF MENNIS SUPPLE ANDE REDDY TO BE VENQUEST & TO BE CUM RANDRIT IN THE SUBIECTION ANDE CAPTIUITE OF OUR MORTAL ALD ENEMEIS BE RASON THAT THER CRUEL INUASIONS APERIS TO BE ONREMEDABIL THE SPECIAL CAUSE OF OUR AFFLICTIONE <F2V> HES PROCEDIT OF THRE VEHEMENT PLAGIS QUHILK HES ALMAIST SUCCUMBIT OURE CUNTRE IN FINA . . .
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<T HAY 1> <B HAY> <KG1> <D 1456> <MPLD> <Q S> <P 1> <L 1> * * * * <L 5> HERE BEGYNNYS THE BUKE CALLIT THE BUKE OF THE LAW OF ARMYS THE QUHILK WAS COMPILIT BE A NOTABLE MAN DOCTOUR IN DECREIS CALLIT BONNET PRIOURE OF SALLON THE QUHILK QUHEN IT WAS MAID CALLIT IT THE FLOUR OF BATAILLIS OR THE TREE INTO THE QUHILK BUKE THARE SALBE FOURE PARTIS EFTER AS THE RUBRYIS SCHAWIS THE FIRST PART SALBE OF THE TRIBULACIOUN OF THE KIRK BEFORE THE NATIVITEE OF CRISTE. THE SECUND PARTY SALBE OF THE TRIBULACIOUNS AND DESTRUCTIOUN OF THE FOUR PRINCIPALE REALMES GRETTEST OF THE WARLD ( ETC ). THE THRID SALBE OF BATAILLIS IN GENERALE. THE FERDE OF BATAILLIS IN SPECIALITEE HERE BEGYNNIS THE RUBRYIS OF THE FIRST PARTY ( ETC. ) BE THE QUHILKIS MEN MAY BETTER KNAW THE PROCESS OF THE SAID BUKE AND OF EVERY CHAPTER SPECIALY <L 20> IN THE FIRST CHAPITER HE SPERIS QUHAT THING IS BATAILL ( J ) <P 2> <L 1> THE SECOUND CHAPTER IS QUHARE WAS FIRST FOUNDYN BATAILL ( IJ ) THE THRID IS OF THE TRIBULACIOUNS OF THE KIR . . .
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<T HAY 2> <B HAY> <KG2> <D 1456> <MPLD> <Q S> <P 10005> <L 1> THE BUKE OF THE ORDER OF KNYCHTHEDE PROLOGUS ( 1 ) HERE BEGYNNYS THE FIRST CHAPITRE OF THE BUKE ( 4 ) THE SECUND CHAPITER ( 11 ) THE THRID CHAPITRE ( 18 ) THE FERDE CHAPITRE ( 34 ) THE FYFT CHAPITER ( 41 ) THE SEXT CHAPITRE ( 44 ) THE SEVYNT CHAPITRE ( 52 ) THE AUCHTAND CHAPITRE ( 66 ) <P 10006> <L 1> THE BUKE OF THE GOVERNAUNCE OF PRINCIS HERE BEGYNNIS THE BUKE CALLIT THE BUKE OF THE GOVERNAUNCE OF PRINCIS (ETC ET PRIMO TABULA)( 71 ) HERE BEGYNNIS THE BUKE CALLIT THE BUKE OF THE GOVERNAUNCE OF PRINCIS THAT IS CALLIT THE SECRETE OF SECRETIS MAID BE ARISTOTYLL TILL ALEXANDER THE GRAND AND FIRST THE PROLOUG AS IT IS CONTENYT IN THE FRAUNCH BUKE ( 74 ) THE FIRST CHAPITER IS HOW THARE IS FOUR MANERIS OF KINGIS HOW AVARICE AND FULL LARGESS SULD BE ESCHEWIT IN A KING ( 83 ) HOW PRINCIS AND KINGIS SULD SETT THAME FOR GUDE RENOUN HERE ( 85 ) HOW THAI SULD ESCHEW ALL OUTRAGES CARNALL LUSTIS AND APPETITIS ( . . .
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<T HENR FAB> <B HENR> <KHF> <N BASS PR> <D 1500A> <DV 1568A> <Q ?FIFE> <MRU> <L 1> THE MORALL FABILLIS OF ESOPE THE PHRYGIAN, COMPYLIT IN ELOQUENT, & ORNATE SCOTTIS METER, BE M. ROBERT HENRISONE, SCOLMAISTER OF DUNFERMLING. NEWLIE CORECTIT, AND VENDICAT, FRA MONY ERROURIS, QUHILKIS WAR OUER SENE IN THE LAST PRENTING, QUHAIR BAITH LYNES, AND HAILL VERSIS WAR LEFT OWT. INPRINTED ATT EDINBURGH BE ME THOMAS BASSANDYNE, DWELLAND AT THE NETHER BOW (ANNO.) 1571 THE PROLOG. <H ABABBCC> <L 1>THOCHT FEINZEIT FABILS OF ALD POETRE, BE NOT AL GRUNDED VPON TRUTH ZIT THAN, THAIR POLITE TERMES OF SWEIT RHETORE RICHT PLESAND AR VNTO THE EIR OF MAN, AND ALS THE CAUS QUHY THAY FIRST BEGAN, WES TO REPREIF THE OF THI MISLEUING, O MAN BE FIGURE OF ANE VTHER THING. IN LYKE MANER AS THROW A BUSTIOUS EIRD, SWA IT BE LAUBOURIT WITH GRIT DILIGENCE SPRINGIS THE FLOURIS, AND THE CORNE ABREIRD, HAILSUM AND GUDE TO MANNIS SUSTENENCE. SA SPRINGIS THAIR ANE MORALL SWEIT SENTENCE, OUTE OF THE SUBTELL DYTE OF POETRY . . .
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<T HENR MINOR> <B HENR> <KHAN> <D 1500A> <DV 1568A> <MRCT> <Q ?FIFE> THE ANNUNCIATION <H ABABBAABBAAB> <L 1>FORCY AS DEITH IS LIKAND LUFE THROUCH QUHOM AL BITTIR SUET IS NO THING IS HARD AS WRIT CAN PRUF TILL HIM IN LUFE THAT LETIS LUF WS FRA BARRET BETIS QUHEN FRA THE HEVINLY SETE ABUFE IN MESSAGE GABRIELL COUTH MUF AND WITH MYLD MARY METIS AND SAID GOD WELE THE GRETIS <L10>IN THE HE WILL TAK REST AND RUFE BUT HURT OF SYN OR ZIT REPRUFE IN HIM SETT THI DECRET IS THIS MESSAGE MERVALE GERT THAT MYLD AND SILENCE HELD BUT SOUNDIS AS WEILL AFERIT A MAID INFILD THE ANGELL IT EXPOUNDIS HOW THAT HIR WAME BUT WOUNDIS CONSAVE IT SULD FRA SYN EXILD AND QUHEN THIS CARPIN WES COMPILIT <L 20>BRICHTNES FRA BUFE ABOUNDIS THAN FELL THAT GAY TO GROUNDIS OF GODDIS GRACE NA THING BEGILD WOX IN HIR CHAUMER CHAIST WITH CHILD WITH CRIST OUR KYNG THAT CROUND IS THIR TITHINGIS TAULD THE MESSINGER TILL HEVIN AGANE HE GLIDIS THAT PRINCES PURE WITH-OUTYN PEIR FULL PLESANDLY APPLID IS AND BLITH WITH BARNE ABIDI . . .
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<T MAITL 1> <Q S> <DV 1575A> <N STS ED> <B DUNB> <KM1D 1> <E DUNB STS I 69> <D 1510A> <MRL> <H AABBA> <I 1> <P 3> <L 23>AND LAT FORTOUNE WIRK FURTHE HIR RAGE QUHEN THAT NO RESOUNE MAY ASSUAGE QUHILL THAT HIR GLAS BE RUNE AND PAST AND PRUDENCE IN MYNE EYR SAYIS AYE QUHY WALD THOWE HALD THAT WILL AWAYE OR CRAIFF THAT THOWE MAY HEFF NO SPACE THOW TENDING TILL ANE WTHER PLECE A IURNAY GOING EUERE DAY AND THANE SAYIS AGE MY FREIND CUM NEIR AND BE NOCHT STRANGE I THE REQUEIR CUM BROTHER AND BE THE HAND ME TAK REMEMBER THOWE HES ANE COMPT TO MAK OFF ALL THY TYME THOWE SPENDIT HEIR THANE DEID CASTIS WP HIS ZETTIS WYD SAYNG THIR OPINE SALL THE BYD ALBEIT THAT THOWE WAR NEUER SO STOUT WNDER THIS LINTELL SALL THOWE LOWT <L40> THAIR IS NO VTHAIR WAY BE-SYD FFOR FEIR OFF THIS ALL DAY I DROWPE NO GOLD IN KIST NOR WYNE IN COWPE NO LADYIS BEWTIE NOR LUIFFIS BLIS MAY LAT ME TO REMEMBAR THIS QUHOWE GLAID THAT EUER I DYNE OR SOWPE ZET QUHEN THE NYCHT BEGINNIS TO SCHORT IT DOIS MY SPREIT SUM THING C . . .
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<T MAITL 2> <DV 1623> <Q S> <I 1> <B DUNB> <KM2D 1> <E DUNB STS I 69> <D 1510A> <MRL> <H AABBA> INTO THIR DIRK AND DRUBLY DAYIS QUHEN SABELL ALL THE HEAVIN ARAYIS WITH MISTIE VAPOURIS CLOUDIS & SKYIS NATURALL CURAGE ME DENYIS OFF SANGIS BALLATIS AND OF PLAYIS QUHEN THAT THE NICHT DOTH LENTH IN HOURIS WYTH VYND & HAILL & HEWIE SCHOURIS MY DULL SPREIT DOIS LURK FOR SCHOIR * FOR LAIK OF SUMMER WITH HIS FLOURIS I WALK I TORNE SLEIP CAN I NOT I VEXIT AM WITH HEAVY THOCHT THIS WORLD ALL OUER I CAST ABOUT AND EUIR THE MAIR I AM IN DOUBT THE MAIR THAT I REMEID HAVE SOCHT I AM ASSAYIT ON EVERIE SYD DISPAIR SAYIS AY IN TYME PROVYD AND GETT SUM THING QUHAIRON TO LEIUE OR WITH GREAT TROUBILL & MISCHEIFF <L20>THOW SALL INTO THIS COURT ABYD THEN PATIENCE SAYIS BE NOT AGAST HALD HOP AND TROUTH WITHIN THE FAST <B DUNB> <KM2D 13> <D 1510A> <E DUNB STS I 61> <Q S> <MRL> <H AAAAB> <I 13> AND ZETT SUPPOIS MY THRIFT BE THYNE <L56>GIF THAT I DIE ZOUR AUCHT WITHIN LAT NEUIR THE SOUTTERIS HAUE MY SKIN . . .
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<T HENR ORPH CHM 1> <B HENR> <KHORP 1> <E HENR ORPH> <D 1500A> <DV 1508C> <MRCT> <Q ?FIFE> <L 1>HEIR BEGYNNIS THE TRAITIE OF ORPHEUS KYNG AND HOW HE YEID TO HEWYN AND TO HEL TO SEIK HIS QUENE AND ANE OTHIR BALLAD IN THE LATTIR END. <H ABABBCC> <L 1>THE NOBILNES AND GRETE MAGNIFICENCE OFF PRINCE OR LORD QUHA LIST TO MAGNIFY HIS GRETE ANCESTER AND LINYALL DESCENSE SULD FIRST EXTOLL AND HIS GENOLOGY SO THAT HIS HERT HE MYCHT ENCLYNE THARE BY THE MORE TO VERTU AND TO WORTHYNES HERAND REHERSE HIS ELDIRS GENTILNES IT IS CONTRAIR THE LAWIS OF NATURE A GENTILL MAN TO BE DEGENERATE <L 10>NOUCHT FOLOWING OF HIS PROGENITOURE THE WORTHY REULE AND THE LORDLY ESTATE A RYALL RENK FOR TO BE RUSTICATE IS BOT A MONSTER IN COMPARISON HAD IN DESPYTE AND FOULE DERISION I SAY THIS BE THE GRETE LORDIS OF GREWE QUHILK SETT THAIR HERT AND ALL THAIR HALE CURAGE THAIR FADIRS STEPPIS IUSTLY TO PERSEWE EKING THE WORSCHIP OF THAIR HYE LYNAGE THE ANCIENT AND SAD WYSE-MEN OF AGE <L 20>WAR TENDOURIS TO THE YONG AND IN . . .
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<T HENR ORPH CHM 2> <B HENR> <E HENR ORPH> <KHORP 2> <D 1500A> <DV 1508C> <MRCT> <Q ?FIFE> <L 1>HEIRE BEGYNNIS THE TRAITIE OF ORPHEUS KYNG AND HOW HE YEID TO HEWYN AND TO HEL TO SEIK HIS QUENE AND ANE OTHIR BALLAD IN THE LATTIR END <H ABABBCC> <L 1>THE NOBILNES AND GRETE MAGNIFICENCE OFF PRINCE OR LORD QUHA LIST TO MAGNIFY HIS GRETE ANCESTER AND LINYALL DESCENSE SULD FIRST EXTOLL AND HIS GENOLOGY SO THAT HIS HERT HE MYCHT ENCLYNE THARE BY THE MORE TO VERTU AND TO WORTHYNES HERAND REHERSE HIS ELDIRS GENTILNES IT IS CONTRAIR THE LAWIS OF NATURE A GENTILL MAN TO BE DEGENERATE NOUCHT FOLOWING OF HIS PROGENITOURE THE WORTHY REULE AND THE LORDLY ESTATE A RYALL RENK FOR TO BE RUSTICATE IS BOT A MONSTER IN COMPARISON HAD IN DESPYTE AND FOULE DERISION I SAY THIS BE THE GRETE LORDIS OF GREWE QUHILK SETT THAIR HERT AND ALL THAIR HALE CURAGE THAIR FADIRS STEPPIS IUSTLY TO PERSEWE EKING THE WORSCHIP OF THAIR HYE LYNAGE THE ANCIENT AND SAD WYSE MEN OF AGE <L 20>WAR TENDOURIS TO THE YONG AND INSO . . .
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<B ANON> <KP> <T RAUF C> <E STS ALLIT P P82> <DV 1572A> <MRA> <Q S> <H ABABABABCDDDC> <N FACS> <L 1>(HEAD) HEIR BEGINNIS THE TAILL OF RAUF COILZEAR HOW HE HARBREIT KING CHARLIS (END OF HEAD) <L 1>IN THE CHEIFTYME OF CHARLIS THAT CHOSIN CHIFTANE THAIR FELL ANE FERLYFULL FLAN WITHIN THAY FELLIS WYDE QUHAIR EMPREOURIS AND ERLIS AND VTHER MONY ANE TURNIT FRA SANCT THOMAS BEFOIR THE ZULE TYDE THAY PAST VNTO PARIS THAY PROUDEST IN PANE WITH MONY PRELATIS AND PRINCIS THAT WAS OF MEKLE PRYDE ALL THAY WENT WITH THE KING TO HIS WORTHY WANE OUIR THE FEILDIS SA FAIR THAY FURE BE HIS SYDE ALL THE WORTHIEST WENT IN THE MORNING BAITH DUKIS AND DUCHEPEIRIS BARROUNIS AND BACHELEIRIS MONY STOUT MAN STEIRIS OF TOWN WITH THE KING <L 14>AND AS THAT RYALL RAID OUIR THE RUDE MURE HIM BETYDE ANE TEMPEST THAT TYME HARD I TELL THE WIND BLEW OUT OF THE EIST STIFLIE AND STURE(SLURE) THE DEIP DURANDLIE DRAIF IN MONY DEIP DELL SA FEIRSLIE FRA THE FIRMAMENT SA FELLOUNLIE IT FURE THAIR MICHT NA FOLK HALD NA FUTE ON . . .
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<T HENR CRESS> <B HENR> <KHTC> <N CH 1593 TRS DFOX> <D 1500A> <DV 1593A> <L 1>THE TESTAMENT OF CRESSEID. COMPYLIT BE M. ROBERT HENRYSONE, SCULEMAISTER IN DUNFERMELING. IMPRENTIT AT EDINBURGH BE HENRIE CHARTERIS. <Q ?FIFE> <MRCT> <H ABABBCC> <L 1> ANE DOOLIE SESSOUN TO ANE CAIRFULL DYTE SULD CORRESPOND, AND BE EQUIUALENT. RICHT SA IT WES QUHEN I BEGAN TO WRYTE THIS TRAGEDIE, THE WEDDER RICHT FERUENT QUHEN ARIES IN MIDDIS OF THE LENT SCHOURIS OF HAILL CAN (GART) FRA THE NORTH DISCEND THAT SCANTLIE FRA THE CAULD I MICHT DEFEND. ZIT NEUERTHELES WITHIN MYNE ORATUR I STUDE, QUHEN TITAN HAD HIS BEMIS BRICHT WITHDRAWIN DOUN, AND SYLIT (SCYLED) VNDER CURE AND FAIR VENUS THE BEWTIE OF THE NICHT VPRAIS, AND SET VNTO THE WEST FULL RICHT HIR GOLDIN FACE, IN OPPOSITIOUN OF GOD PHEBUS DIRECT DISCENDING DOUN THROW OUT THE GLAS HIR BEMIS BRAST SA FAIR THAT I MICHT SE ON EUERIE SYDE ME BY THE NORTHIN WIND HAD PURIFYIT THE AIR AND SCHED THE MISTIE CLOUDIS FRA THE SKY, THE FROIST FREISIT THE BLASTIS BI . . .

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