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Early English Text Society.
Committee of Management: DANBY P. FRY, Esq.
RICHARD MORRIS, Esq. FREDERICK J. FURNIVALL, Esq. H. T. PARKER, Esq. FITZEDWARD HALL, Esq.
REV, GEORGE G. PERRY.
REV. WALTER W. SKEAT.
Honorary Secretary :
14 ARGYLL PLACE, W.
The Publications for 1864-65 and 66 are out of print, but a few copies remain of No. 4,-Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight, ab. 1320—30, edited by R. Morris, Esq., 10s.; and No. 5, of the Orthographie and Congruitie of the Britan Tongue, be Alexander Hume, ab. 1617 A.D., edited by Henry B. Wheatley, Esq., 4s.
No. 1 is Early English Alliterative | Exodus, ab. 1250 ; 8, Morte Arthure, ab. Poems, ab. 1320-30, A.D. ; 2, Arthur, ab. 1440; 9, Thynne on Chaucer's Works, 1440 A.D.; 3, Lauder on the Dewtie of 1598; 10, Merlin, ab. 1450, Pt. I.; Kyngis, &c. 1556 A.D. ; 6. Lancelot of 11, Lyndesay's Monarche, &c. 1552, Pt. I.; the Laik, ab. 1500 ; 7, Genesis and 12, The Wright's Chaste Wife, ab. 1462
The Publications for 1866 are— 13. SEINTE MARHERETE, þe Meiden ant Martyr. Three Texts of ab. A.D. 1200, 1310, 1330. First
edited in 1862 by the Rev. Oswald Cockayne, M.A., and now re-issued. 2s. 14. THE ROMANCE OF KYNG HORN, FLORIS AND BLANCHEFLOUR, AND THE
ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN. Edited from the MS. in the Library of the
University of Cambridge, by the Rev. J. Rawson Lumby. 38. 6d. 15. POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS, AND LOVE POEMS, from the Lambeth MS. No. 306, and other
sources. Edited by F. J. Furnivall, Esq., M.A. 7s. 60. 16. A TRETICE IN ENGLISCH breuely drawe out of be book of Quintis essencijs in Latyn, þat
Hermys be prophete and king of Egipt, after be flood of Noe, fader of Philosophris, hadde by reuelacioun of an aungil of God to him sente. Edited from the Sloane MS. 73, by
F. J. Furnivall, Esq., M.A. 1s. 17. PARALLEL EXTRACTS FROM TWENTY-NINE MSS. OF PIERS PLOWMAN, with
Comments, and a Proposal for the Society's Three-Text Edition of the Poem. By the Rev.
W. W. Skeat, M.A. ls. 18. HALI MEIDENHAD, ab. 1200 A.D. Edited for the first time from the MS. (with a translation),
by the Rev. Oswald Cockayne, M.A. 1s. 19. SIR DAVID LYNDESAY'S MONARCHE, Part II., the Complaynt of the King's Papingo, and
other Minor Poems. Edited from the first editions, by Fitzedward Hall, Esq., D.C.L. 3s. 60. 20. SOME TREATISES BY RICHARD ROLLE DE HAMPOLE. Edited from Robert of
Thorntone's MS., ab. 1440 A.D., by the Rev. G. Perry, M.A. 1s. 21. MERLIN, OR THE EARLY HISTORY OF ARTHUR. Edited for the first time from the
unique MS. in the Cambridge University Library about 1450 A.D. Part II. Edited by
Henry B. Wheatley, Esq. 4s. 22. THE ROMANCE OF PARTENAY OR LUSIGNEN. Edited for the first time from the unique
MS, in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge, by the Rev. W. W. Skeat, M.A. 6s. 23. DAN MICHEL'S AYENBITE OF INWYT, or Remorse of Conscience, in the Kentish dialect,
310 A.D. Edited from the unique MS: in the British Museum, by Richard Morris, Esq.
10s. 60. The Society's Report, January 1867, with Lists of Texts to be published in future years, etc., etc. can be had on application to the Hon. Secretary, HENRY B. WHEATLEY, Esq., 53 Berners Street, W.
Loose and humorous Songs.
JOHN W. HALES, M.A.
AND LATE ASSISTANT-TUTOR OF CHRIST'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
FREDERICK J. FURNIVALL, M.A.
OF TRINITY HALL, CAMBRIDGE.
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