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The Asloan manuscript; a miscellany in prose and verse,

Author: John Asloan; William A Craigie, Sir; James Boswell Talbot Talbot de Malahide, baron
Publisher: Edinburgh, London, Printed for the Society by W. Blackwood and Sons, 1923-25.
Series: Scot. Text S., new ser.,14, 16.
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
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Asloan, John, active 1515.
Asloan manuscript.
Edinburgh, London, Printed for the Society by W. Blackwood and sons, 1923-25
(OCoLC)644049135
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Asloan; William A Craigie, Sir; James Boswell Talbot Talbot de Malahide, baron
OCLC Number: 3208630
Notes: With the exception of the second, all the pieces comprised in the first half of the manuscripts are in prose, whereas the second half is entirely in verse. cf. Pref.
Printed from the manuscript now in possession of the present Lord Talbot de Malahide.
Description: 2 volumes facsimiles 23 cm.
Contents: I. Of penance and confession. The buke of the chess. The cart of the warld. The porteous of noblenes. The Scottis originale. Part of the Ynglis cronikle. Ane schort memoriale. The Scottis cronikle. The spectacle of luf. The sex weekdayis and agis. Notes. --
II. [In verse]: The buke of the sevyne sagis. The justis betuix the talzeour and the sowtar. Off the fenzeit fals frere of Tungland. The buke of the howlat. The talis of the fyve bestis. The tale of the twa mys. The maner of the crying of ane playe. The tale of Orpheus and Eurdices his quene. The buke of the thre prestis of Peblis. The contemplacioun of synnaris. The passioun of Jhesu. Ane ballat of Our Lady. The maying and disport of Chauceir. Divers ballatis of Our Ladye.
Series Title: Scot. Text S., new ser.,14, 16.
Responsibility: written by John Asloan in the reign of James the Fifth, edited by W.A. Craigie.

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