English calendarial rhymes and sayings, Written in the late 15th cent. in England
English calendarial rhymes and sayings:
- Fol. 2. 'Incipit fortuna secundum quemlibet dierum Nativitatis Christi', 112 lines in couplets, beg. 'Now lystyneth all on to me'
- Fol. 11. 'Vayne conseyts of folysche love undyr colour of fyschenge and fovlynge': beg. 'A man that lovyth fyschenge and fowlynge bothe', ends 'explicit Peers of Fulham', printed from a collation of this MS. and MS. Rawl. C. 86, fol. 100, in Hazlitt's Early Popular Poetry (1866), ii, p. 1
- Fol. 11v. 'These be the xii good Fridays, beg. 'Pope Clement of Rome berys wytnesse' followed by a short medicinal piece beg. 'For the ston a provyd medysyn'
- Creation: Written in the late 15th cent. in England
Language of Materials
MS. James 43
Other Finding Aids
Falconer Madan, et al., A summary catalogue of western manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford which have not hitherto been catalogued in the Quarto series (7 vols. in 8 [vol. II in 2 parts], Oxford, 1895-1953; reprinted with corrections in vols. I and VII, Munich, 1980), vol II no. 3880
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