Kardinal og Konge

Kardinal og konge
Guy Marchant, Kardinal og konge

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Døden til kardinalen

 

Dethe to the Cardynall

VespasianDethe speaketh to the Cardynall
LansdowneDethe to the Cardynall Cardinalis
TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Cardynall
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Cardynall
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Cardynall
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Cardynall
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Cardynall
 

Ye ben a-basshed / hit semeth and yn drede

SeldenYe ben a basshed/ hit be abaisshid/ it semeth and yn drede
VespasianYe ben a basshed/ hit You be abashed, yt semeth and yn drede
LansdowneYe ben a basshed/ hit be abaissht/ it semeth and yn drede
TottelYe ben a basshed/ hit abashed, it semeth and yn drede
Dugdale-1658Ye ben a basshed/ hit abashed it semeth and yn drede
Dugdale-monasticonYe ben a basshed/ hit abashed it semeth and yn drede
Dugdale-1718Ye ben a basshed/ hit abashed it semeth and yn drede
Dugdale-1818Ye ben a basshed/ hit abashed it semeth and yn drede
 

Sire Cardynal / hit sheweth be ȝowre chere

SeldenSire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre it shewith by ȝoure chere
VespasianSire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre yt so appereth by youre chere
LansdowneSire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre it seemeth bi your chere
TottelSire Cardynal/ hit it sheweth be ȝowre by your chere
Dugdale-1658Sire Cardynal/ hit it sheweth be ȝowre by your chere
Dugdale-monasticonSire Cardynal/ hit it sheweth be ȝowre by your chere
Dugdale-1718Sire Cardynal/ hit sheweth be ȝowre it showeth by your chere
Dugdale-1818Sire Cardynal/ hit it sheweth be ȝowre by your chere
 

But yit for-thi / ȝe folow shul yn dede

VespasianBut yit for thi/ ȝe all that you folow shul shall yn dede
LansdowneBut yit for thi/ al that/ ȝe folow shul folwe shal yn dede
TottelBut yit yet for thi/ ȝe folow shul shall yn dede
Dugdale-1658But yit for thi/ yet forthy ȝe folow shul shall yn dede
Dugdale-monasticonBut yit for thi/ yet forthy ȝe folow shul shall yn dede
Dugdale-1718But yit for thi/ yet forthy ȝe folow shul shall yn dede
Dugdale-1818But yit for thi/ yet forthy ȝe folow shul yn dede shall indeed,
 

With other folke / my daunce for to lere

SeldenWith other oþir folke/ my daunce for to lere
VespasianWith other folke/ my estates this daunce for to lere leare,
LansdowneWith other folke/ my othir estates/ this daunce for to lere
 

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

SeldenȜowre Ȝoure grete a rai/ aray/ al shal be leue bileven here
VespasianȜowre grete a rai/ al Youre great ryaltie you shal be leue leave here
LansdowneȜowre Your grete a rai/ array/ al shal be leue levyn here
TottelȜowre grete a rai/ Your great aray, al shal be leue [ye] leauen here
Dugdale-1658Ȝowre grete a rai/ Your great aray al shal be leue leaven here
Dugdale-monasticonȜowre grete a rai/ Your great aray al shal be leue leaven here
Dugdale-1718Ȝowre grete a rai/ Your great aray al shal be leue leven here
Dugdale-1818Ȝowre grete a rai/ Your great aray al shal be leue leaven here
 

Ȝowre hatte of rede / ȝowre vesture of grete coste

SeldenȜowre Ȝoure hatte of rede/ ȝowre ȝoure vesture of grete coste
VespasianȜowre Youre hatte of rede/ ȝowre youre vesture of grete great coste
LansdowneȜowre Your hatte of rede/ ȝowre your vesture of grete coste
TottelȜowre Your hatte of rede/ ȝowre your vesture of grete great coste
Dugdale-1658Ȝowre Your hatte of rede/ ȝowre your vesture of grete great coste
Dugdale-monasticonȜowre Your hatte of rede/ ȝowre your vesture of grete great coste
Dugdale-1718Ȝowre Your hatte of rede/ ȝowre your vesture of grete great coste
Dugdale-1818Ȝowre Your hatte of rede/ ȝowre your vesture of grete great coste
 

All these thinges / rekened well I-fere

SeldenAll these thinges/ rekened þingis/ rekenyd well I fere
VespasianAll these thinges/ rekened remembring well I in fere
LansdowneAll these thinges/ rekened rekenyd well I fere
TottelAll these thinges/ rekened reckoned well I in fere
Dugdale-1658All these thinges/ rekened reckoned well I fere in fear.
Dugdale-monasticonAll these thinges/ rekened reckoned well I fere in fear.
Dugdale-1718All these thinges/ rekened well I fere reckned will in fear,
Dugdale-1818All these thinges/ rekened reckoned well I fere in fear.
 

In grete honowre / gode avise is loste.

SeldenIn grete honowre/ honour/ gode avise is loste.
VespasianIn grete honowre/ gode avise great worship is alwayes loste.
LansdowneIn grete honowre/ worship/ gode avise is loste.
TottelIn grete honowre/ great[e] honour gode avise is loste.
Dugdale-1658In grete honowre/ great honour gode avise is loste.
Dugdale-monasticonIn grete honowre/ great honour gode avise advise is loste.
Dugdale-1718In grete honowre/ great honour gode avise advise is loste.
Dugdale-1818In grete honowre/ great honour gode avise advise is loste.

Kardinalen

 

The Cardynal answereth

SeldenThe Cardynal answereth answerith
VespasianThe Cardynal answereth
LansdowneThe Cardynal answereth Responsum
TottelThe Cardynal answereth maketh aunswere.
Dugdale-1658The Cardynal answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Cardynal answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Cardynal answereth maketh aunswer,
Dugdale-1818The Cardynal answereth maketh aunswer.
 

I haue grete cause / certis this is no faile

VespasianI haue grete good cause/ certis truly, this is no faile
LansdowneI haue grete cause/ certis this trewly it is no faile
TottelI haue grete great cause/ certis certes this is no faile
Dugdale-1658I haue grete great cause/ certis certes this is no faile
Dugdale-monasticonI haue grete great cause/ certis certes this is no faile
Dugdale-1718I haue grete great cause/ certis certes this is no faile
Dugdale-1818I haue grete great cause/ certis certes this is no faile
 

To be a-basshed / and gretli drede me

SeldenTo be a basshed/ bene abaisshid/ and gretli drede me
VespasianTo be a basshed/ abashed and gretli greatly to drede me
LansdowneTo be been a basshed/ baissht/ and gretli gr[ete]ly to drede me
TottelTo be a basshed/ abashed and gretli drede greatly dread[e] me
Dugdale-1658To be a basshed/ abashed and gretli drede greatly dread me
Dugdale-monasticonTo be a basshed/ abashed and gretli drede greatly dread me
Dugdale-1718To be a basshed/ abashed and gretli drede greatly dread me
Dugdale-1818To be a basshed/ abashed and gretli drede greatly dread me
 

Sithen dethe is come / me sodeynli to assaile

SeldenSithen Seth dethe is come/ me sodeynli to assaile
VespasianSithen Sence dethe is come/ comed me sodeynli mortally to assaile
LansdowneSithen Sith dethe is come/ me sodeynli to assaile tassaile
TottelSithen dethe Sith Death is come/ me sodeynli to assaile sodainly tassaile,*
Dugdale-1658Sithen dethe Sith death is come/ me sodeynli sodainly to assaile
Dugdale-monasticonSithen dethe Sith death is come/ me sodeynli sodainly to assaile
Dugdale-1718Sithen dethe Sith Death is come/ me sodeynli sodainly to assaile
Dugdale-1818Sithen dethe Sith death is come/ me sodeynli sodainly to assaile
 

That I shal neuer / here after clothed be

SeldenThat I shal neuer/ here after aftir clothed be
VespasianThat I shal neuer/ here after clothed shall be
LansdowneThat I shal neuer/ nevir/ here after clothed aftir clothid be
TottelThat I shal neuer/ here after hereafter clothed be
Dugdale-1658That I shal neuer/ here after hereafter clothed be
Dugdale-monasticonThat I shal neuer/ here after hereafter clothed be
Dugdale-1718That I shal neuer/ here after hereafter clothed be
Dugdale-1818That I shal neuer/ here after hereafter clothed be
 

In gris ner hermyn / like to my degre

SeldenIn gris ner hermyn/ ne ermyn/ like to my degre
VespasianIn gris ner hermyn/ I costly garmentes like to my degre
LansdowneIn gris ner hermyn/ nor Ermyn/ like to my degre
TottelIn gris ner hermyn/ nor ermine like to vnto my degre
Dugdale-1658In gris ner hermyn/ nor Ermine like to unto my degre
Dugdale-monasticonIn gris ner hermyn/ nor Ermine like to unto my degre
Dugdale-1718In gris ner hermyn/ nor ermine like to unto my degre
Dugdale-1818In gris ner hermyn/ nor ermine like to unto my degre
 

Mi hatte of rede / leve eke yn distresse

VespasianMi hatte of rede/ I leve eke here yn distresse
LansdowneMi Myn hatte of rede/ leve eke levyn heer yn distresse
TottelMi Mine hatte of rede/ leve leuen eke yn distresse
Dugdale-1658Mi Mine hatte of rede/ leve leuen eke yn distresse
Dugdale-monasticonMi Mine hatte of rede/ leve leuen eke yn distresse
Dugdale-1718Mi Mine hatte of rede/ leve leven eke yn distresse
Dugdale-1818Mi Mine hatte of rede/ leve leuen eke yn distresse
 

Bi whiche I haue / [lerned] wel and se

SeldenBi whiche wiche I haue/ [lerned] lyved wel and se
VespasianBi the whiche I haue/ [lerned] learned full wel and I do se
LansdowneBi whiche I haue/ [lerned] lernyd wel and se
TottelBi whiche I haue/ [lerned] conceyued* wel and se
Dugdale-1658Bi whiche I haue/ [lerned] learned wel and se
Dugdale-monasticonBi whiche I haue/ [lerned] learned wel and se
Dugdale-1718Bi whiche I haue/ [lerned] learned wel and se
Dugdale-1818Bi whiche I haue/ [lerned] learned wel and se
 

How that al ioye / endeth yn heuynesse.

SeldenHow that al ioye/ endeth endith yn heuynesse.
LansdowneHow that al ioye/ endeth eendith yn heuynesse.
TottelHow that al worldly* ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. heauines.
Dugdale-1658How that al ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. heavinesse.
Dugdale-monasticonHow that al ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. heavinesse.
Dugdale-1718How that al ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. heavinesse.
Dugdale-1818How that al ioye/ endeth yn heuynesse. heavinesse.

Døden til kongen

 

Dethe to the Kynge

VespasianDethe Death speaketh to the Kynge
LansdowneDethe to the Kynge Rex
TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Kynge
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Kynge
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Kynge
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Kynge
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Kynge
 

O noble Kynge / moste worthi of renown

SeldenO noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renoun
VespasianO Right noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown
LansdowneO Right noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renon
TottelO noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renoun,
Dugdale-1658O noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renoune
Dugdale-monasticonO noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renoune
Dugdale-1718O noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renoune,
Dugdale-1818O noble Kynge/ moste worthi of renown renoune,
 

Come forth a-noon / for al ȝowre worthinesse

SeldenCome forth a noon/ anone/ for al ȝowre ȝoure worthinesse
VespasianCome forth a noon/ fourth anone for al ȝowre youre worthinesse
LansdowneCome Cum forth a noon/ anon/ for al ȝowre your worthinesse
TottelCome forth a noon/ anone, for al ȝowre your worthinesse
Dugdale-1658Come forth a noon/ anon for al ȝowre your worthinesse
Dugdale-monasticonCome forth a noon/ anon for al ȝowre your worthinesse
Dugdale-1718Come forth a noon/ anon for al ȝowre your worthinesse
Dugdale-1818Come forth a noon/ anon for al ȝowre your worthinesse
 

That somme-tyme had / a-bowte yow envroun

SeldenThat somme tyme somtyme had/ a bowte aboute yow envroun enviroun
VespasianThat somme tyme had/ a bowte yow envroun hath so much riches in possession,
LansdowneThat somme tyme had/ a bowte yow envroun so gret possession
TottelThat somme tyme whylom had/ a bowte yow envroun about you enuiron
Dugdale-1658That somme tyme whilom had/ a bowte yow envroun about you environ
Dugdale-monasticonThat somme tyme whilom had/ a bowte yow envroun about you environ
Dugdale-1718That somme tyme whilom had/ a bowte yow envroun about you environ
Dugdale-1818That somme tyme whilom had/ a bowte yow envroun about you environ
 

Grete [r]ialte / and passynge hye noblesse

VespasianGrete [r]ialte/ and passynge hye With all youre rentes obedient to your highe noblesse
LansdowneGrete [r]ialte/ and passynge hye Rewmys obeyng/ vn to your hih noblesse
TottelGrete [r]ialte/ Great royaltie and passynge hye noblesse
Dugdale-1658Grete [r]ialte/ Great royalty and passynge hye noblesse
Dugdale-monasticonGrete [r]ialte/ Great royalty and passynge hye noblesse
Dugdale-1718Grete [r]ialte/ Great royalty and passynge hye high noblesse
Dugdale-1818Grete [r]ialte/ Great royalty and passynge hye noblesse
 

But right a-noon / al ȝowre grete hyenesse

SeldenBut right a noon/ riȝt anoone/ (for) al ȝowre ȝoure grete hyenesse hynes
VespasianBut right a noon/ al ȝowre grete hyenesse You must of nature to this daunce you dresse,
LansdowneBut right a noon/ al ȝowre grete hyenesse Ye most of nature/ to this daunce yow dresse
TottelBut right a noon/ anon [for] al ȝowre grete hyenesse your great highnes,
Dugdale-1658But right a noon/ anon al ȝowre grete hyenesse your great highnesse,
Dugdale-monasticonBut right a noon/ anon al ȝowre grete hyenesse your great highnesse,
Dugdale-1718But right a noon/ anon al ȝowre grete hyenesse your great highnesse
Dugdale-1818But right a noon/ anon al ȝowre grete hyenesse your great highnesse,
 

Sool fro ȝowre men / yn haste ȝe schul hit lete

SeldenSool fro ȝowre ȝoure men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shul it lete
VespasianSool fro ȝowre men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit And fynallye youre crowne & scepter lete
LansdowneSool fro ȝowre men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit & Fynally your crounne/ & sceptre lete
TottelSool fro ȝowre from your men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shall it lete
Dugdale-1658Sool fro ȝowre from your men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shall it lete
Dugdale-monasticonSool fro ȝowre from your men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shall it lete
Dugdale-1718Sool fro ȝowre from your men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shall it lete
Dugdale-1818Sool fro ȝowre from your men/ yn haste ȝe schul hit shall it lete
 

Who most haboundeth / here yn grete richesse

SeldenWho most haboundeth/ aboundiþ/ here yn grete richesse
VespasianWho most haboundeth/ aboundance haith here yn grete richesse
LansdowneFor Who so most haboundeth/ here haboundith yn grete richesse
TottelWho most haboundeth/ aboundeth here yn grete great richesse
Dugdale-1658Who most haboundeth/ aboundeth here yn grete great richesse
Dugdale-monasticonWho most haboundeth/ aboundeth here yn grete great richesse
Dugdale-1718Who most haboundeth/ aboundeth here yn grete great richesse
Dugdale-1818Who most haboundeth/ aboundeth here yn grete great richesse
 

Shal bere with him / but a sengle shete.

VespasianShal bere beare with him/ but a sengle symple shete.
TottelShal bere beare with him/ but a sengle [single] shete.
Dugdale-1658Shal bere bear with him/ but a sengle shete.
Dugdale-monasticonShal bere bear with him/ but a sengle shete.
Dugdale-1718Shal bere bear with him/ but a sengle shete.
Dugdale-1818Shal bere bear with him/ but a sengle shete.

Kongen

 

The Kynge answereth

SeldenThe Kynge answereth answeriþ
VespasianThe Kynge answereth
LansdowneThe Kynge answereth Responsum
TottelThe Kynge answereth maketh aunswere.
Dugdale-1658The Kynge answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Kynge answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Kynge answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Kynge answereth maketh aunswer.
 

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

SeldenI haue not lerned/ lernyd/ here a forne to daunce
VespasianI haue not lerned/ here a forne afore to daunce
LansdowneI haue not lerned/ nat lernyd/ here a forne afforn to daunce
TottelI haue not lerned/ nought learned here a forne toforn to daunce
Dugdale-1658I haue not lerned/ nought learnd here a forne toforne to daunce
Dugdale-monasticonI haue not lerned/ nought learnd here a forne toforne to daunce
Dugdale-1718I haue not lerned/ here a forne learned heretoforne to daunce
Dugdale-1818I haue not lerned/ nought learnd here a forne toforne to daunce
 

No daunce in sothe / of fotynge so sauage

VespasianNo daunce in sothe/ traice of fotynge so sauage thie treasure I am not solavage,
Dugdale-1658No daunce in sothe/ insooth of fotynge so sauage
Dugdale-monasticonNo daunce in sothe/ insooth of fotynge so sauage
Dugdale-1818No daunce in sothe/ insooth of fotynge so sauage
 

Where-fore I see / be clere demonstraunce

SeldenWhere fore Wherfore I see/ be by clere demonstraunce
VespasianWhere fore Whereby I see/ be clere demonstraunce full truly in substaunce,
LansdowneWhere fore bi I see/ be clere demonstraunce I ful cleerly in substaunce
TottelWhere fore through I see/ be by clere demonstraunce
Dugdale-1658Where fore through I see/ be by clere demonstraunce
Dugdale-monasticonWhere fore through I see/ be by clere demonstraunce
Dugdale-1718Where fore through I see/ be clere by clear demonstraunce
Dugdale-1818Where fore through I see/ be by clere demonstraunce
 

What pride is worth / force or hye lynage

VespasianWhat pride is worth/ force forsse or hye lynage high parage.
LansdowneWhat pride is worth/ force or hye lynage hih parage
TottelWhat pride is worth/ or force or hye of high lynage
Dugdale-1658What pride is worth/ or force or hye of high lynage
Dugdale-monasticonWhat pride is worth/ or force or hye of high lynage
Dugdale-1718What pride is worth/ of force or hye of high lynage
Dugdale-1818What pride is worth/ or force or hye of high lynage
 

Deth al fordoth / this is his vsage

VespasianDeth al fordoth/ fordoeth, this is his vsage
LansdowneDeth al fordoth/ for doth/ this is his vsage
TottelDeth Death al fordoth/ fordo[e]th, this is his vsage
Dugdale-1658Deth Death al fordoth/ this is his vsage
Dugdale-monasticonDeth Death al fordoth/ this is his vsage
Dugdale-1718Deth Death al fordoth/ this is his vsage
Dugdale-1818Deth Death al fordoth/ this is his vsage
 

Grete and smale / that yn this worlde soiourne

VespasianGrete and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne soioyrne,
TottelGrete Great and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne
Dugdale-1658Grete Great and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne
Dugdale-monasticonGrete Great and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne
Dugdale-1718Grete Great and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne
Dugdale-1818Grete Great and smale/ that yn this worlde soiourne
 

Who is moste meke / I holde he is moste sage

SeldenWho Ho is moste meke/ I holde he is moste sage
VespasianWho is moste meke/ I holde he is haith moste sage avantage,
LansdowneWho that is moste meke/ I holde he is hath moste sage avauntage
TottelWho is moste meke/ I holde he is hym moste sage
Dugdale-1658Who is moste meke/ I holde he is him moste sage
Dugdale-monasticonWho is moste meke/ I holde he is him moste sage
Dugdale-1718Who is moste meke/ I holde he is him moste sage
Dugdale-1818Who is moste meke/ I holde he is him moste sage
 

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

SeldenFor [w]e he shalle al/ to dede asshes turne. tourne
VespasianFor [w]e shalle al/ to dede erthe & asshes turne. torne.
LansdowneFor [w]e shalle shul al/ to dede asshes turne. asshis torne.
TottelFor [w]e shalle al/ to dede asshes turne. tourne.
Dugdale-1658For [w]e shalle al/ to dede the dead asshes turne. tourne.
Dugdale-monasticonFor [w]e shalle al/ to dede the dead asshes turne. tourne.
Dugdale-1718For [w]e shalle al/ to dede the dead asshes turne. tourne.
Dugdale-1818For [w]e shalle al/ to dede the dead asshes turne. tourne.

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