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S As it were in litel lisle lyally This Palamon answerda hastily And seide Sii' whaf nede]) wordes moo We han fe depe deseraed bo]er mercy ne refuge 1720 Buf scle me furst* for seinte larite Baf slee my felowe eke as wel as mo Or slee hym [first] for fovtgti ^o[u] knowest lite This is pi mortal £foo ])is is arcite 1724 That* from pi londe is banshed on his hede ffor whiche he hap deserued to be dede ffor ))is is he J^at* come vnto ])i gate And saide fat* he hight* Philostrate 1 728 Thus ha]) he laped fe ful mony a ^ere And fou hast* made him f i chief squyere And f is is he fat* loucf Emelye ffor sif pa V day is commen fat* I shal dye 1732 I make pleynly my confessiofl That* I am filk[e] wooful Palamofi That* haf f i prison broken wikkedly I am f i mortal foo and it* am I 1736 That* louef so bote Emely f e bri3t* That* I wil dye present* in her sijt* Wherfore I axe def and my Iwes But* scle my felawe in pe same wise 1740 ffor bof e we han deserued forto be sclayfi This worf i duke answer(} anon agayn And saide fis is a short* conclusiofl Joure owne moufe be 3oure confessiofi 1744 Haf dampned fer 30U and I wil it* recorde Hit nedef not* to pyne 30U wif acorde He shul be dede by my3ty mars pe rede The queue anoon for verrey wommanhede 1748 fj PETWORTH 60 OBoup A.

51 Gan [for] to wepe and so 8eide Emelye And al fe ladis in fe companye Grete pite was it* as it J^oujf hem alio That* eaere such a channce shuld byfl Edle 1752 ffor gentil men ]ei were of grete astate And no ^inge but* for lone was fia debate And seegh her blody woundes wide and sore Deaf 25] And alle criden bo])[e] lasse and more 1756 Haue mercy vpon vs wommen alle And on her bare knees doun ^i falle And wold ban kissed his fete p&c he stoode Til at* ^ last* aaf he can 1 768 And eke delyuere him self out* of pruso A And eke him self had compassion Of wommen for ^i wepen euere in oon And in his gentile hert* he ])0U3f anon 1772 And soft* vnto him self he seide fye Vpon a lord ])atis Palamon Liearss^t Mdij That quietely were ouf of prisofi gon 1792 And myght* haue lyued in thebes Bially And weten I am her mortal enemye And fat* her dej ia in [my] myghf also / And 3it* haf loue mawgre her eyen two 1796 [I-]Brou3t* him hidere bof [e] forto dye Now lokej) is nof f Lb a grete folye Who may be a fool but* if he loue Biholde for goddes loue ])at* sitte]) aboue 1800 See howe f ei blede bene }ei nof wel araied Thus ha]) her lorde fe god of loue hem paied Her wages and her fees for her seruise And 3if fei wenene for to bene ful wise 1804 Thaf seruen loue for ou3f f af may bifalle Buf 3if is ])is pe best^ game of alia Thaf she for whom fei haue fis lolite Can hem as moche thonke as me 1808 Shee wote no more of al ))is bote fare By god fan wote an Cuckowe or an haro Buf al mosf be assaied bote and cold A man mote be a fool or 3onge or old 1812 I wote if by my self for yore agone ffor in my tyme a seruatmte was I oone And ferfor sith I knowe of loues peync And wote howe sore it can a man distreyne 1816 As he f af haf ofb bene cau3f in his laas I 30U for3iue al holy fis trespaas / Atte requesf of fe quene faf knelef hero And eke of Emelye my sustei* dere . take her leue and homward gan fei ride Tho Thebcs-ward wif olde walles wide 1880 [ no gap in the M8J] IT I trowe men wolde deme if necligence If I for3ete to telle J)e dispence Of Theseus faf gof so bisily To maken vp fe listes rially 1884 That* suche a noble theatre as if was I dar wel seyn in fis worl(J ther nas The circuyte a myle was aboute Walled wi]) stone and dicched al wij oute 1888 Rounde was ye shappe in manere of a compas / p PETWOBTH 64r GROUP A.

45 Kow vp nowe dotme as Boket* in a welle Ei3t as fe friday sofly forto telle Kow it shynef nowe it reynef faste Ili3t so gan gery Yenus euer caste 1536 The hertes of her folk ri3t as hii' day Is Grerful .

And here]) him come russhing* in f e Greties And brekej) both [the] howes and fe leues And fenkej) here cowmeth my mortal enemye Wi J) oute faile he mote be dede or I 1644 £for eipei I moot* scleen him atte gappe Or he moot sclee me if fat* me myshappe So feerden [thei] in chaungyng* of here hwe Dm Uz, back] As fer as euerich of hem ofer knewe 1648 Ther nas no good day ne no saluynge But strei3f wij) oute worde or rehersinge ' Euerich of hem helpej) forto arme ofei* As frendly as he were his owne brofer* 1652 And after fat* with sharpe speres stronge They foynen eche at* ofer wonder longe Thow my3tesf wene f af f is Palamon In his fightinge were a wood lyofi 1656 And as [a] cruel tigre was Arcite As Wilde boores gon Jei to-gidei* smyte That* frothen white as fome for yre woode Vp to J)e Ancle fought* fei in her bloode 1660 And in fis wise I lete hem fightings dwelle And forf I wil of Theseus 30U telle IT The destanye minister* generatt That* execute]) in fe world ouer alt 1664 The purueaunce fat god haf say bifore So stronge if is fat* f ei fe world had it swore pe contrarie of a finge be ye or nay 3it hunte and horn and honndes hjm bisido ffor in his hunting hskp he swich delite That* it* is al his ioye and appetite 1680 To bene hym self fe grete hertes bane ffor after Mars he serue]) nowe Dyane Cleer was ye day as I haue told er f\a / [leaf S4] And Theseus ynf al[le] loie and blis 1 684 Wi]) his ypolita fe faire queue And Emely[e] clo])ed al in grene On huntinge bene fei riden rially And to fe Groue faf stode ful fast" by 1688 In which ])er was an herte as men hym tolde £uf Theseus fe streight^ way hsip holde And to fe launde he ride]at* him list comaimde And whan ])is duke was come ynto ^ laimde 1696 Vnder fe sonne he loked anoii He was ware of Arcite and Palamofi That* fou3ten breme as it* were boles two The bri}te swerdes wenten to and fro 1700 So hidously fat* wif fe lee8t[e] stroke It seme]) p B.t it woldf fellen an oke But* what* fei were no f ing* he ne wote This duke his courser wi]) his spores smoote 1704 And at* a stert* he was atwixe hem twoo A pulled out* a swerde and cried hoo No more vp peyn of lesing* of ^our hede By myghty mars he shal anon be dede 1 708 That* smyte) eny stroke fat* I may sene But* telle]) me wliat* myster men 30 bene That* ben so liardy forto fi3ten here Wif ouie lugge.

And nowe ])oa woldest falsly hen abonte To lone my lady whom I loue and serue And euer shal to faif myn herta steme 1144 ITow certes fals Aicite ])0w shalt* nof so Omi le, i Mcki I loned her first* and tolde )e my woo As to my counsaile and my bro])er sworn To for])ere me as I haue tolde bifom 1148 fifor which ]»ow art* yboundon as a knyght* To helpe me if it* lay in ])i myght* Or ellis art* pon fals I dar wel sayn This arcite fill prudently spak agayn 1152 Thow shalf quod he be isfer fals ])an I But* fov L art* feds I telle pe witterly £for paramour I loued her first ])an ])ou What* wilt* fow seyn . for I lone and ay shal And 8o])ly leue bro^r piaia b S: 1 184 Here in pi B prison mote we endure And euerich of vs take his anenture Grete was J)e strif and longe bytwix hem tweye If ])af I had leisere for to seye 1 188 But to pi B effect I[t] hapned on a day To tellen yowe as so])ly as I may A wor])i due ]»af hight* Perotheus ^af ffelawe was ynto due Theseus 1192 Si]) ])ilk day fa V fei weren children lite Was commen to Athenes his felawe to visite And forto pley as he was wont* to doo ffor in fi B worlde he loued no man soo 1196 And he loued him also tenderly ageyn So wel pei loued as olde bokes seyn / That* whan pai oon was dede so|)ly to telle His felowe went* and sou^t him dotm in helle 1 200 But of pai storie list* me not* to write Due* Perotheus loued wel arcite And had him knowe at Thebes yere by yere And fynaly at* ^e request* and preiere 1204 Of Perotheus wi^ out* ony raunsofi Due* theseus him lete out* of Prisoft Srelj to goon wher ])at* him list oueral In suche a gise as I you telle shaft 1208 This was ^e forward pleynly for to endit^ Bitwene Theseus and hym iercite That* if so were J)at* arcite were founde Euer in his lif be day or ny^t or stounde 1212 In env cuntre of this theseus PETWOBTH 35 Z6 GBOUP A.

35 fei fougliteii alday and 3if her parte was noii fere come a kite while fat fei were so wrotfi fai bare away fe boon bitwene hem both 1180 Ak feriore at pe Hngges conrte my brothei^ [leari T] £che man for him self for is noon opei^ Loue if ^e list . Fetworfh H8, And lie were kanght* it was acotded ])U8 That* wi)) a swerde he shuld lese his hede per nas non o]er remedye no rede 1216 But takej) his leue and homward lie hym spedde tieaf 17, Udc] Laf hym be war his nek lith to wedde How grete a sorowe suffrej) nowe arcite The deth he felej) f orgh his herte smyte 1 220 He wepej) and weile^ and crief pitously To sleen hym self he waiteth pn'uely He saide Alias ])at day ])at I was borfi 1^0 w is my prisofl wors than [was] Loforfi 1224 Nowe is me shape etemaly to dwelle 1^0U3t fortune is chau Tzgeable Thowe maiste to ^i desire somtyme atteyfi But* I ])af am exiled and barey H 1244 Of al[le] grace and in so gret* despeii^ That ^er nys erjje water' fuyi* ne eire Ke creature ^at* of hem maked ia J)at* may me helpe or done comfort in fis 1248 Wei ou^te I sterue in wanhope and distresse PETWORTU 86 GROUP A.

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33 Bifore me soriful wrecched cieatuie Oaf of pia Prison helpe p&if we mowe scape And if so be my destany be shape 1 108 By eteme worde to dyen in pmon Deaf iq Of ouie lynage haue som compassion That is so lowe ybronjf by tyrannye And wi]» ])af word aicite gan aspie 1112 Where as J)is lady romed to and firoo And wif J)af si^f her bewte huite hym soo ])af if p&if Palamon was wounded sore Arcite is huite as moche as he or more 1116 And wi]) a sighe he seide pitously fe fressh^ bewte slee]) me sodeynly Of hm* f af rome]) in 3onder place And but* if I haue her mercy and her grace 1 120 ])af I may seen hii' atte leest^ way I ne am but* dede ^r nys no more to say This Palamon whan he ])ise wordes herde Dispitously he loked and answerde 1124 Wheder seist* J)ou fis in emest or in pleye Nay quod Arcite in emest* be my feye God helpe me so me lest* ful euel play This Palamon gan knytte his browes tway 1128 It were to the quod he no gret* honour* ffor to be fals ne for to be traitowr To me ])at am ])i Cosyn and pi bro])er Iswome ful depe and eche of ys to o]ei* Ne in noon o J)er caas my lief bro J)ei' 113d But* ])at* ])ou shuldest trewly fer])ermore In euery caas and I shal forther pe pore pi B was ]ime othe and myn also certeyil I wote rijt* wele fow darst it not wifseyll 1140 Thus art ])ow of my counsel out of doute 3 PETWORTH 33 34 OBOUP A. fou wist* if not* 3it nowe 1156 Whedere she be a womman or goddes Thyne is aftecciofi of holynes And myne is loue as to a creature ffor which I tolde ])e myf L auenture 1160 As to my cosyn and to my brofcre sworfi I pose ])at* fov L louedest* hui' biforfi Woosf ])ow not* wel fe olde clerkes sawe ))at who shal ^ene a louer eny lawe Y Q»is itgwn 4«t w Mntft M Loue is a gretter lawe by my pan ))an may be jeue to eny er])ely man And fedo T positif lawe and swich decree Is broke al day for loue in eche degre 1168 A man mote nedes loue mawgre his hede He may not* fleen it* f fon^ he shuld be dede Al be she mayde or widowe or ellis wif And eke it is not* likly al pi liff 1172 To stonden in her grace no more shal I ffor wel J)ou woost J)i self[e] verrely fai ])0U and I bene dampned to "prisofi P6rpetuelly vs geyneth no raunsoil 1176 We siryuen as [did] houndes for ))e boon K PETWOBTH 34 cmoup A. Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. Ki Uer's Tale (of Nicholas, Absolon, & the Oxford Carpenter's Wife) 92 §6. Beeve's Tale (of the Trumpington Miller and Cambridge Clerks) 113 § 7. Cook's Tale •^ In motle and heyh on horse he satte Vppon his heued a flaundrisshe beuer hatte 272 Hise botis clapsid faire and fetisly His resouns he spak* ful solempnely Shewynge alwey the encres of* his wynnynge He wolde the see were kept for any thynge 276 Bitwixe Middelburgh and Orewelle PETWORTH 8 OB0X7P A. Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world.

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