Kardinal og Konge

Kardinal og konge
Guy Marchant, Kardinal og konge

Her er teksten fra Ellesmere-manuskriptet. der sammenlignes linie for linie med de andre kendte kilder.

I denne sammenligning ignorerer vi tegnsætning, accenter, store bogstaver, dobbelte bogstaver, slut-e (og e før slut-s), forskelle, der skyldes orddeliger (f.eks: "toforne" og "to forne"), og forskelle, der skyldes ombytning af aun/an og cion/cyon/tion.

Sletninger er markeret med rødt, og tilføjelser med grønt. Med andre ord stammer de røde fra Ellesmere-manuskriptet.

Døden til kardinalen

Dethe to the Cardynall

Dethe to the Cardynall Mors ad Cardinalem
Trinity

Dethe speaketh to the Cardynall
Vespasian

Dethe to the Cardynall Cardinalis
Lansdowne

Dethe to the Cardynall
Vossius

Dethe Death speaketh to the Cardynall
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Ye ben a-basshed / hit semeth and yn drede

Ye ben a basshed/ hit be abaisshid/ it semeth and yn drede
Selden

Ye ben a basshed/ be abasshyd hit semeth and yn drede
Trinity

Ye ben You be a basshed/ hit yt semeth and yn drede
Vespasian

Ye ben a basshed/ hit be abaissht/ it semeth and yn drede
Lansdowne, Vossius

Ye ben a basshed/ hit it semeth and yn drede
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Sire Cardynal / hit sheweth be ȝowre chere

Sire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre it shewith by ȝoure chere
Selden

Sire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre by your chere
Trinity

Sire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre yt so appereth by youre chere
Vespasian

Sire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre it seemeth bi your chere
Lansdowne

Sire Cardynal/ hit sheweth it semeth be ȝowre your chere
Vossius

Sire Cardynal/ hit it sheweth be ȝowre by your chere
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

Sire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre it showeth by your chere
Dugdale-1718

But yit for-thi / ȝe folow shul yn dede

But yit yet for thi/ ȝe folow shul shall yn dede
Trinity, Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

But yit for thi/ ȝe all that you folow shul shall yn dede
Vespasian

But yit for thi/ al that/ ȝe folow shul folwe shal yn dede
Lansdowne, Vossius

With other folke / my daunce for to lere

With other oþir folke/ my daunce for to lere
Selden

With other folke/ folks my daunce for to lere
Trinity

With other folke/ my estates this daunce for to lere leare,
Vespasian

With other folke/ my othir estates/ this daunce for to lere
Lansdowne

With other folke/ my othir estatis/ this daunce for to lere
Vossius

Ȝowre grete a-rai / al shal be-leue here

Ȝowre Ȝoure grete a rai/ al shal be leue bileven here
Selden

Ȝowre Your grete a rai/ al shal be ye leue here
Trinity

Ȝowre grete a rai/ al Youre great ryaltie you shal be leue leave here
Vespasian

Ȝowre Your grete a rai/ al shal be leue levyn here
Lansdowne

Ȝowre Your grete a rai/ al shal be leue leuyn here
Vossius

Ȝowre grete Your great a rai/ al shal be leue [ye] leauen here
Tottel

Ȝowre grete Your great a rai/ al shal be leue leaven here
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

Ȝowre grete Your great a rai/ al shal be leue leven here
Dugdale-1718

Ȝowre hatte of rede / ȝowre vesture of grete coste

Ȝowre Ȝoure hatte of rede/ ȝowre ȝoure vesture of grete coste
Selden, Trinity, Lansdowne, Vossius

Ȝowre Youre hatte of rede/ ȝowre youre vesture of grete great coste
Vespasian, Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

All these thinges / rekened well I-fere

All these thinges/ rekened þingis/ rekenyd well I fere
Selden

All these thinges/ rekened rekenyd well I in fere
Trinity

All these thinges/ rekened remembring well I in fere
Vespasian

All these thinges/ rekened rekenyd well I fere
Lansdowne

All these thinges/ rekened well rekynyd will I fere
Vossius

All these thinges/ rekened reckoned well I in fere
Tottel

All these thinges/ rekened reckoned well I fere in fear.
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

All these thinges/ rekened well I fere reckned will in fear,
Dugdale-1718

In grete honowre / gode avise is loste.

In grete honowre/ honour/ gode avise is loste.
Selden

In grete honowre/ honour gode avise auyse is loste.
Trinity

In grete honowre/ gode avise great worship is alwayes loste.
Vespasian

In grete honowre/ worship/ gode avise a[u]ys is loste.
Lansdowne

In grete honowre/ worshep gode avise auys is loste.
Vossius

In grete honowre/ great[e] honour gode avise auyse is loste.
Tottel

In grete honowre/ great honour gode avise is loste.
Dugdale-1658

In grete honowre/ great honour gode avise advise is loste.
Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Kardinalen

The Cardynal answereth

The Cardynal answereth answerith
Selden

The Cardynal answereth Responsio Cardinalis
Trinity

The Cardynal answereth
Vespasian

The Cardynal answereth Responsum
Lansdowne, Vossius

The Cardynal answereth maketh aunswere.
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

I haue grete cause / certis this is no faile

I haue grete have good cause/ certis truly, this is no faile
Vespasian

I haue have grete cause/ certis this trewly it is no faile
Lansdowne

I haue grete cause/ certis this treuly it is no faile
Vossius

I haue grete great cause/ certis certes this is no faile
Tottel

I haue grete Have great cause/ certis certes this is no faile
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

To be a-basshed / and gretli drede me

To be a basshed/ bene abaisshid/ and gretli drede me
Selden

To be a basshed/ abasshyd and gretli drede dredyn me
Trinity

To be a basshed/ and gretli greatly to drede me
Vespasian

To be been a basshed/ baissht/ and gretli gr[ete]ly to drede me
Lansdowne

To be a basshed/ byn abaissht/ and gretli drede gresly to dredyn me
Vossius

To be a basshed/ and gretli drede greatly dread[e] me
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Sithen dethe is come / me sodeynli to assaile

Sithen Seth dethe is come/ me sodeynli to assaile
Selden

Sithen Syþ dethe is come/ comyn sodenly me sodeynli to assaile
Trinity

Sithen Sence dethe is come/ comed me sodeynli mortally to assaile
Vespasian

Sithen Sith dethe is come/ me sodeynli to assaile tassaile
Lansdowne

Sithen Sith dethe is come/ comen/ me sodeynli to assaile sodynly tossayle
Vossius

Sithen dethe Sith Death is come/ me sodeynli to assaile sodainly tassaile,*
Tottel

Sithen dethe Sith death is come/ me sodeynli sodainly to assaile
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

That I shal neuer / here after clothed be

That I shal neuer/ here after aftir clothed be
Selden

That I shal neuer/ here after clothed hereaftyr cloþyd be
Trinity

That I shal neuer/ never here after clothed shall be
Vespasian

That I shal neuer/ nevir/ here after clothed aftir clothid be
Lansdowne

That I shal neuer/ here after clothed clothid be
Vossius

That I shal neuer/ here after hereafter clothed be
Tottel

That I shal neuer/ here after never hereafter clothed be
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

In gris ner hermyn / like to my degre

In gris ner hermyn/ ne ermyn/ like to my degre
Selden

In gris ner hermyn/ gryce nor ermyn like to vnto my degre
Trinity

In gris ner hermyn/ I costly garmentes like to my degre
Vespasian

In gris ner hermyn/ nor Ermyn/ like to my degre
Lansdowne, Vossius

In gris ner hermyn/ nor ermine like to vnto my degre
Tottel

In gris ner hermyn/ nor Ermine like to unto my degre
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Mi hatte of rede / leve eke yn distresse

Mi hatte of rede/ leve leue eke yn distresse
Selden

Mi hatte of rede/ leve eke leue hit yn distresse
Trinity

Mi hatte of rede/ I leve eke here yn distresse
Vespasian

Mi Myn hatte of rede/ leve eke levyn heer yn distresse
Lansdowne

Mi Myn hatte of rede/ leve eke leuyn here yn distresse
Vossius

Mi Mine hatte of rede/ leve leuen eke yn distresse
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

Mi Mine hatte of rede/ leve leven eke yn distresse
Dugdale-1718

Bi whiche I haue / [lerned] wel and se

Bi whiche wiche I haue/ [lerned] lyved wel and se
Selden

Bi whiche I haue/ [lerned] lernyd wel and se
Trinity

Bi the whiche I haue/ [lerned] have learned full wel and I do se
Vespasian

Bi whiche I haue/ [lerned] have/ lernyd wel and se
Lansdowne

Bi the whiche I haue/ [lerned] wel lernyd will and se
Vossius

Bi whiche I haue/ [lerned] conceyued* wel and se
Tottel

Bi whiche I haue/ [lerned] have learned wel and se
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

How that al ioye / endeth yn heuynesse.

How that al ioye/ endeth endith yn heuynesse.
Selden, Vossius

How that al worldly ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse.
Trinity

How that al ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. hevines.
Vespasian

How that al ioye/ endeth eendith yn heuynesse. hevynesse.
Lansdowne

How that al worldly* ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. heauines.
Tottel

How that al ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. heavinesse.
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Døden til kongen

Dethe to the Kynge

Dethe to the Kynge Mors ad Regem
Trinity

Dethe Death speaketh to the Kynge
Vespasian, Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Dethe to the Kynge Rex
Lansdowne, Vossius

O noble Kynge / moste worthi of renown

O noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renoun
Selden, Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

O Right noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown
Vespasian

O Right noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renon
Lansdowne

O Ryth noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renon
Vossius

Come forth a-noon / for al ȝowre worthinesse

Come forth a noon/ for al ȝowre ȝoure worthinesse
Selden, Trinity, Vossius, Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Come forth fourth a noon/ for al ȝowre youre worthinesse
Vespasian

Come Cum forth a noon/ for al ȝowre your worthinesse
Lansdowne

That somme-tyme had / a-bowte yow envroun

That somme tyme had/ a bowte aboute yow envroun enviroun
Selden

That somme tyme whilom had/ a bowte about yow envroun enuyroune
Trinity

That somme tyme had/ a bowte yow envroun hath so much riches in possession,
Vespasian

That somme tyme had/ a bowte yow envroun so gret possession
Lansdowne, Vossius

That somme tyme whylom had/ a bowte yow envroun about you enuiron
Tottel

That somme tyme whilom had/ a bowte yow envroun about you environ
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Grete [r]ialte / and passynge hye noblesse

Grete [r]ialte/ and passynge hye hygh noblesse
Trinity

Grete [r]ialte/ and passynge hye With all youre rentes obedient to your highe noblesse
Vespasian

Grete [r]ialte/ and passynge hye Rewmys obeyng/ vn to your hih noblesse
Lansdowne

Grete [r]ialte/ and passynge hye Rewmys obeyeng vnto your hih noblesse
Vossius

Grete [r]ialte/ Great royaltie and passynge hye noblesse
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

Grete [r]ialte/ Great royalty and passynge hye high noblesse
Dugdale-1718

But right a-noon / al ȝowre grete hyenesse

But right riȝt a noon/ (for) al ȝowre ȝoure grete hyenesse hynes
Selden

But right a noon/ al ȝowre your grete hyenesse hyghnes
Trinity

But right a noon/ al ȝowre grete hyenesse You must of nature to this daunce you dresse,
Vespasian

But right a noon/ al ȝowre grete hyenesse Ye most of nature/ to this daunce yow dresse
Lansdowne

But right a noon/ al ȝowre grete hyenesse Ye most of nature/ to this daunce you dresse
Vossius

But right a noon/ [for] al ȝowre grete hyenesse your great highnes,
Tottel

But right a noon/ al ȝowre grete hyenesse your great highnesse,
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Sool fro ȝowre men / yn haste ȝe schul hit lete

Sool fro ȝowre ȝoure men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shul it lete
Selden

Sool fro ȝowre from your men/ yn haste ȝe schul shall hit lete
Trinity

Sool fro ȝowre men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit And fynallye youre crowne & scepter lete
Vespasian

Sool fro ȝowre men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit & Fynally your crounne/ & sceptre lete
Lansdowne

Sool fro ȝowre men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit And fynally/ your crowne & sceptre lete
Vossius

Sool fro ȝowre from your men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shall it lete
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Who most haboundeth / here yn grete richesse

Who most haboundeth/ aboundiþ/ here yn grete richesse
Selden

Who most haboundeth/ aboundance haith here yn grete richesse
Vespasian

For Who so most haboundeth/ here haboundith yn grete richesse
Lansdowne, Vossius

Who most haboundeth/ aboundeth here yn grete great richesse
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Shal bere with him / but a sengle shete.

Shal bere with him/ only but a sengle shete.
Trinity

Shal bere beare with him/ but a sengle symple shete.
Vespasian

Shal bere beare with him/ but a sengle [single] shete.
Tottel

Shal bere bear with him/ but a sengle shete.
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Kongen

The Kynge answereth

The Kynge answereth answeriþ
Selden

The Kynge answereth Responsio Regis.
Trinity

The Kynge answereth
Vespasian

The Kynge answereth Responsum
Lansdowne, Vossius

The Kynge answereth maketh aunswere.
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

I haue not lerned / here-a-forne to daunce

I haue not lerned/ lernyd/ here a forne to daunce
Selden

I haue not lerned/ nat lernyd here a forne afore to daunce
Trinity

I haue have not lerned/ here a forne afore to daunce
Vespasian

I haue not lerned/ have nat lernyd/ here a forne to daunce
Lansdowne

I haue not lerned/ nought learned here a forne toforn to daunce
Tottel

I haue not lerned/ Have nought learnd here a forne toforne to daunce
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

I haue have not lerned/ here a forne learned heretoforne to daunce
Dugdale-1718

No daunce in sothe / of fotynge so sauage

No daunce in sothe/ of fotynge so sauage swage
Trinity

No daunce in sothe/ traice of fotynge so sauage thie treasure I am not solavage,
Vespasian

No daunce in sothe/ of fotynge so sauage savage
Lansdowne, Vossius, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Where-fore I see / be clere demonstraunce

Where fore I see/ be by clere demonstraunce
Selden

Where fore I see/ be clere by clene demonstraunce
Trinity

Where fore Whereby I see/ be clere demonstraunce full truly in substaunce,
Vespasian

Where fore bi I see/ be clere demonstraunce I ful cleerly in substaunce
Lansdowne

Where fore Wherby I see/ be clere demonstraunce ful clerly in substance
Vossius

Where fore through I see/ be by clere demonstraunce
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

Where fore through I see/ be clere by clear demonstraunce
Dugdale-1718

What pride is worth / force or hye lynage

What pride is worth/ or force or hye of hygh lynage
Trinity, Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1818

What pride is worth/ force forsse or hye lynage high parage.
Vespasian

What pride is worth/ force or hye lynage hih parage
Lansdowne, Vossius

What pride is worth/ of force or hye of high lynage
Dugdale-1718

Deth al fordoth / this is his vsage

Deth al fordoth/ fordoeth, this is his vsage
Vespasian

Deth Death al fordoth/ fordo[e]th, this is his vsage
Tottel

Deth Death al fordoth/ this is his vsage usage,
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Grete and smale / that yn this worlde soiourne

Grete and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne soiorne
Trinity

Grete and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne soioyrne,
Vespasian

Grete Great and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

Who is moste meke / I holde he is moste sage

Who Ho is moste meke/ I holde he is moste sage
Selden

Who is moste meke/ I holde he is haith moste sage avantage,
Vespasian

Who that is moste meke/ I holde he is hath moste sage avauntage
Lansdowne, Vossius

Who is moste meke/ I holde he is hym moste sage
Tottel, Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818

For [w]e shalle al / to dede asshes turne.

For [w]e he shalle al/ to dede asshes turne. tourne
Selden

For [w]e shalle al/ þorough deþe to dede asshes turne.
Trinity

For [w]e shalle al/ to dede erthe & asshes turne. torne.
Vespasian

For [w]e shalle shul al/ to dede asshes turne. asshis torne.
Lansdowne

For [w]e shalle al/ to dede asshes turne. asshis tourne
Vossius

For [w]e shalle al/ to dede asshes turne. tourne.
Tottel

For [w]e shalle al/ to dede the dead asshes turne. tourne.
Dugdale-1658, Dugdale-monasticon, Dugdale-1718, Dugdale-1818


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