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|Named Person:||Geoffrey Chaucer; Thomas Speght; William Thynne; Geoffrey Chaucer; Thomas Speght; William Thynne|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Francis Thynne; Frederick James Furnivall; G H Kingsley
|Notes:||First edited for the Early English text society, original series, no. 9 (1865) "This new edition ... is issued jointly by the Early English text and Chaucer societies, the Chaucer society copies having a slightly different title" (cf. Notice inserted after p. vi) Not listed with the Early Eng. text society's Publications.
A criticism of Speght's edition of Chaucer.
|Description:||cxlvi (i.e. cxlviii), 171,  pages 22 cm.|
|Series Title:||Publications (Chaucer Society (London, England))., Second series ;, no. 13.|
|Other Titles:||Pilgrim's tale|
|Responsibility:||sett downe by Francis Thynne ... Now newly edited from the ms. in the Bridgewater library, with fresh collections for the lives of William Thynne, the Chaucer editor, and Francis Thynne, his son, and a reprint of the only known fragment of "The Pilgrim's tale," by F.J. Furnivall, M.A., and a preface by G.H. Kingsley.|