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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Life-records of Chaucer .
London, Pub. for the Chaucer Society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1900
|Named Person:||Geoffrey Chaucer; Geoffrey Chaucer|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Walford D Selby; Francis Tate; Frederick James Furnivall; Edward Augustus Bond; Walter Rye; R E G Kirk
|Notes:||Issued in 4 parts, 1875-1900; each part with special t.p.|
|Description:||lviii, 38, xx, 342 pages, 1 leaf 1 illustration, portraits 23 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. I. The robberies of Chaucer by Richard Brerelay and others at Westminster, and at Hatcham, Surrey, on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1390. Ed. from the contemporary enrolments by Walford D. Selby.--pt. II. Chaucer as valet & squire to Edward III. King Edward II's household and wardrobe ordinances, A.D. 1323. Englisht by Francis Tate in 1601, and ed. from his ms., the Ashmole ms. 1147, with extracts from Edward IV's household book, by F.J. Furnivall.--pt. III. Chaucer as page in the household of the Countess of Ulster, wife of Lionel, 3rd son of King Edward III, A.D. 1356-9. A ms. ed. by Edward A. Bond. Chaucer as forester of North Petherton, co. Somerset, A.D. 1390-1400. By Walford D. Selby; with an appendix by Walter Rye on Chaucer's grandfather, and the poet's connection with Lynn and Norfolk.--pt. IV. Enrolments and documents from the Public record office, the Town clerk's office, Guildhall, London, and other sources; comprising all known records relating to Geoffrey Chaucer. By R.E.G. Kirk.|
|Series Title:||Chaucer Society. [Publications. 2d series, 12, 14, 21, 32]|