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Adam, of Cobsam.
Wright's chaste wife, or "A fable of a wryght that was maryde to a pore wydows dowtre / the whiche wydow havyng noo good to geve with her / gave as for a precyous Johelle to hym a Rose garlond / the whyche she affermyd wold never fade while she kept truly her wedlok.".
London, Pub. for the Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1865
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Adam, of Cobsam.; Frederick James Furnivall; W A Clouston; Lambeth Palace Library.
|Notes:||"Women," a poem from the same manuscript: p. 25-26.|
|Description:||4 preliminary leaves, 26 pages 22 cm.|
|Series Title:||Early English Text Society, 12.; Early English Text Society, 84.|
|Responsibility:||A merry tale, by Adam of Cobsam, from a ms. in the libray of the Archbiship of Canterbury, at Lambeth, about 1462 A.D., copied and ed. by Frederick J. Furnivall.|