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Page 18 - Beatus vir qui non abiit in consilio impiorum et in via peccatorum non stetit et in cathedra pestilentiae non sedit 2.
Page 3 - Form, in 431 short couplets, possibly by Nassyngton (see page 464), is in MS. Cotton Tiberius E VII f. 85 v. — See also page 459. The Libel of Richard Hermyte of Hampol of the Amendement of Mannes Lif, Other ellis of the Rule of Goode Livyng, which is said to be in MS.
Page 27 - Et aperti sunt oculi amborum; cumque cognovissent se esse nudos, consuerunt folia ficus, et fecerunt sibi perizomata.
Page 29 - This is the libel of Richard hermyte of hampol of the Amendement of mannes lif, other ellis of the Rule of goode livyng and it is departed in 3QI. chaptres" (ff. 17-32b). The description of the contents of the piece then follows, and the first chapter begins: " Tarie the noght, man, to be conuerted vnto the lord god, nother delay the noght from day to day,
Page 16 - I folow the wit of the worde, swa that thai that sail red it thaim thare noght dred errynge. In expounynge I fologh haly doctours, for it may come in some envyous man hand that knawes nought what he sould say, that will say that I wist noght what I sayd, and swa doe harme til...
Page 55 - Although truly the darkness of sin be gone from an holy soul, and murk things and unclean be passed, and the mind be purged and enlightened, yet whiles it bides in this mortal flesh that wonderful joy is not perfectly seen. Forsooth holy and contemplative men with a clear face behold God; that is either their wits are opened, for to understand holy writ.
Page 19 - 'si ambulauero in medio vmbre mortis, non timebo mala ; quoniam tu mecum es...
Page 7 - A Survey of the Cathedral Church of Worcester, with an account of the Bishops thereof from the foundation of the see to the year 1600 [a mistake for 1610], also an appendix of many original papers and records, never before printed,' London 1736, 4to ; also with a new title-page, dated 1737. Thomas is best known as the editor of the second edition, ' revised, augmented, and continued,' of Sir William Dugdale's ' Antiquities of Warwickshire,
Page 13 - The Lord gouerneth me and no thing to me shal lacke; in the place of leswe where he me ful sette.