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The life of Saint Bridget / compiled by Roger Ellis

dc.contributor Ellis, Roger D English U Cardiff 2018-07-27 2019-07-04T09:53:58Z 2019-07-04T09:53:58Z 1400-1499 1976-01-01
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dc.description.abstract [198-?] In Middle English Title from University of Oxford Text Archive records Early English Text Society (series). Original series ; no. 291
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dc.language English, Middle (1100-1500)
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dc.publisher University of Oxford
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dc.subject.lcsh Biographies -- England -- 15th century
dc.subject.other Biographies
dc.title The life of Saint Bridget / compiled by Roger Ellis
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A LIFE OF ST BRIDGET Translated from Archbishop Gregersson's Officium Sanctae Birgittae [Sho had] <eu>ir in hir compan<i> oneste <w>omen that serued hi<r> . . . f. 1 <a>lso oneste men that might bere hir euir testemone of oneste; and sho was noght idill, no with no personnes wald sho trete bot that were honest. Sho gladli wroght thinges that ware to Goddes wirshipe, and profite vnto hir euen cristen. Sho chesed hir one confessoure that was a 5 maistir of diuinite, a gude clerke and a gude man in lifinge, and to him was sho oft times shryuen, and noght wald sho leue vndiscussid in hir conciens: and hir confessoure wald sometime say that Bride had one token of grete grace, for sho charged als mikill a litill thinge als othir comon men charged one grete thinge. When hir husband was fro hir, 10 sho wald wake the maste parti of the night in praiere, and sho spared noght hir bodi in [k]nelinges and bettinges. Fell one a time that sho praied hertli vnto God t . . .

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