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Author: Carl Horstmann; Frederick James Furnivall
Publisher: London, Pub. by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., for the Early English Text Society, 1892-1919.
Series: Early English Text Society (Series)., Original series ;, 98.; Early English Text Society (Series)., Original series ;, 117.
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Vernon manuscript.
Minor poems of the Vernon ms. .
London, Pub. by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., for the Early English Text Society, 1892-1919
(OCoLC)655176136
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Horstmann; Frederick James Furnivall
OCLC Number: 369744
Notes: Part 1 edited by C. Horstmann; pt. 2, by F.J. Furnivall.
Description: 2 volumes 22 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. La estorie del euangelie --
Verse paraphrase of Psalm li --
Her biginneþ an orisun of þe Trinite --
A confessioun to Ihesu Crist --
A preyer to þe fiue woundes --
A preiere to Vre Ladi --
A preyer at þe leuacioun --
A preyer at þe leuacioun --
Þe fyue ioyes of Vr Ladi --
An orisoun to God --
An orisoun to vr lord Ihesu --
An orison to Vr Lady --
A confessioun of wyrschip in orysoun --
Another prayer to the Virgin Mary --
Prayer for the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost --
A confessioun for necligence of þe dedes of mercy --
An orysoun for sauynge of þe fyue wyttes --
An orisoun for negligens of þe x. comaundemens --
Patris sapiencia, sive horae de cruce --
Veni creator spiritus, Englisht --
The sweetness of Jesus --
A prayer to Jesus --
Psalterium beatae Mariae, Englisht from Albertus Magnus --
Psalterium beatae Mariae, ascribed to Thomas Aquinas, Englisht from the original --
A salutacioun to Vre Lady --
An orisoun to þe fyue woundes of Ihesus Cristus --
An orisoun to þe fyue ioyes of Vre Lady --
A salutacioun to Vre Lady --
Miracles of Oure Lady --
De festo Corporis Cristi --
Septem miracula de Corpore Cristi --
Hou a man schal lyue parfytly --
Þe visions of Seynt Poul wan he was rapt in to paradys --
Þe pope trental --
Þe spore of loue --
Þe lamentacioun Þat was bytwene Vre Lady and Seynt Bernard --
A dispitison bitwene a god man and þe deuel --
The castel of loue --
Appendix to xxxviii : the myrour of lewed men (by a sawley monk). pt. 2. Of þre messagers of deeth --
Two songs of love-longing --
A luytel tretys of love. Of Godes passyon --
Of clene maydenhod --
A mournyng song of the loue of God --
Her is a luytel sarmoun, þat is of good edificacioun --
Her is a disputison bi-twene child Ihesu & maistres of þe Jewus --
A disputison by-twene a Cristenemon and a Jew --
How to hear mass --
Sayings of St. Bernard : man's three foes --
Prouerbes of diurse profetes and of poets and of oþur seyntes --
Her bi-ginneþ luytel caton --
The stacions of Rome --
Disputation between Mary and the cross --
Susannah, or seemly Susan --
Testamentum Christi --
Thirty poems, most with refrains. Mercy passes all things ; Deo gracias I ; Against my will, I take my leave ; God is love ; Deo gracias II ; Each man ought himself to know ; Think on yesterday ; Keep well Christ's commandments ; Who says the sooth, he shall be shent ; Fy on a faint friend! ; Thank God of all ; This world fares as a fantasy ; Ay, mercy, God! ; Truth ever is best ; Charity is no longer dear ; Of women cometh this worldes weal ; The praise of Mary, mother of Christ ; Maiden Mary and her fleur de lys ; Seldom seen is soon forgot ; A warning to be ware ; Love holy church and its priests ; Try to say the best, control your tongue ; Tarry not till to-morrow ; Make amends for thy sins ; Suffer in time, and that is best ; Mane nobiscum, Domine! ; A prayer to the Virgin Mary ; A prayer to the Trinity ; But thou say sooth, thou shalt be shent ; A morning thanksgiving and prayer to God --
Various readings to the Vernon Ms. pt. 2 Appendix : a few poems from the Digby Mss. 2 and 86, and another leaf. Christ on the cross --
Hail, Mary! --
A resolve to reform --
Les diz de Seint Bernard comenceent ici, tres beaus --
Vbi sount qui ante nos fuerount? --
Chauncoun de Noustre Dame --
Here biginneþ þe sawe of Seint Bede, prest --
Coment le sauter noustre dame fu primes cuntroue --
A confession of sins, and a prayer to Christ.
Series Title: Early English Text Society (Series)., Original series ;, 98.; Early English Text Society (Series)., Original series ;, 117.
Other Titles: Vernon manuscript.

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