Læge, Kærlig Adelsmand og Adelskvinde

Læge og bejler
Guy Marchant, Læge og frier

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), 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.

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Dethe to the Phisician

SeldenDethe to the Phisician ffisician
VespasianDethe to the Phisician Death.
LansdowneDethe to the Phisician Phisicus
TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Phisician Phisicien.
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Phisician Phisicien.
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Phisician Physitian.
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Phisician
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Phisician Physitian.
 

Maister of phisik / whiche [o]n ȝowre vryne

SeldenMaister of phisik/ whiche wiche [o]n ȝowre ȝoure vryne
VespasianMaister of phisik/ whiche [o]n ȝowre vryne Ye, Physisyon, þat lokes for mony so fast.
LansdowneMaister of phisik/ whiche [o]n ȝowre vryne Ye phisiciens/ for mony that loken so fast
TottelMaister of phisik/ whiche [o]n ȝowre your vryne
Dugdale-1658Maister MAster of phisik/ whiche [o]n ȝowre your vryne
Dugdale-monasticonMaister MAster of phisik/ whiche [o]n ȝowre your vryne
Dugdale-1718Maister Master of phisik/ whiche [o]n ȝowre your vryne
Dugdale-1818Maister Master of phisik/ whiche [o]n ȝowre your vryne
 

So loke and gase / & stare a-ȝenne the sunne

SeldenSo loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne aȝein the sunne sonne
VespasianSo loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne the sunne Another mans water what ye think ayle,
LansdowneSo loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne the sunne In othir mennys watris/ what thei eyle
TottelSo loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne agaynst the sunne
Dugdale-1658So loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne against the sunne
Dugdale-monasticonSo loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne against the sunne
Dugdale-1718So loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne against the sunne
Dugdale-1818So loke and gase/ & stare a ȝenne against the sunne
 

For al ȝowre crafte / & studie of medicyne

SeldenFor al ȝowre ȝoure crafte/ & studie of medicyne
VespasianFor al ȝowre crafte/ & studie of medicyne Lok one your selffe, or els be thou lost
LansdowneFor al ȝowre crafte/ & studie of medicyne Look weel to your silf/ or att[e] last.
TottelFor al ȝowre your crafte/ & studie of medicyne
Dugdale-1658For al ȝowre your crafte/ & studie of medicyne
Dugdale-monasticonFor al ȝowre your crafte/ & studie of medicyne
Dugdale-1718For al ȝowre your crafte/ & studie of medicyne medecine,
Dugdale-1818For al ȝowre your crafte/ & studie of medicyne
 

Al the practik / & science that ȝe cunne

SeldenAl the practik/ & science sience that ȝe cunne konne
VespasianAl the practik/ & science that ȝe cunne not whan
LansdowneAl the practik/ & science that ȝe cunne not what your medicynes/ nor crafte may availe
Tottel[And] Al the practik/ & science that ȝe cunne
 

Ȝowre lyues cours / so ferforthe ys I-runne

SeldenȜowre Ȝour lyues cours/ so ferforthe ys I runne Ironne
VespasianȜowre lyues cours/ so ferforthe ys I runne
LansdowneȜowre lyues cours/ so ferforthe ys I runne For deth comyng/ sodeynly doth assaile
TottelȜowre Your lyues cours/ so ferforthe farre forth ys I runne yrunne,
Dugdale-1658Ȝowre lyues Your life cours/ so ferforthe farre forth ys I runne yrunne,
Dugdale-monasticonȜowre lyues Your life cours/ so ferforthe far forth ys I runne yrunne,
Dugdale-1718Ȝowre lyues Your life cours/ so ferforthe far forth ys I runne yrunne:
Dugdale-1818Ȝowre lyues Your life cours/ so ferforthe far forth ys I runne yrunne,
 

Aȝeyne my myght / ȝowre crafte mai not endure

SeldenAȝeyne my myght/ ȝowre myȝt/ ȝoure crafte mai not endure
VespasianAȝeyne my myght/ ȝowre crafte mai not endure
LansdowneAȝeyne my myght/ ȝowre crafte mai not endure As weel lechis/ as othir that shal ye knowe
TottelAȝeyne my myght/ ȝowre your crafte mai not endure
Dugdale-1658Aȝeyne my myght/ ȝowre your crafte mai not endure
Dugdale-monasticonAȝeyne my myght/ ȝowre your crafte mai not endure
Dugdale-1718Aȝeyne Aye in my myght/ ȝowre your crafte mai not endure
Dugdale-1818Aȝeyne Aye in my myght/ ȝowre your crafte mai not endure
 

For al the golde / that ȝe ther-bi haue wonne

VespasianFor al the golde/ that ȝe ther bi haue wonne
LansdowneFor al the golde/ that ȝe ther bi haue wonne Atte last Iugement/ withouten any faile
TottelFor al the golde/ that ȝe ther bi thereby* haue wonne wunne:
Dugdale-1658For al the golde/ that ȝe ther bi thereby you haue wonne wunne
Dugdale-monasticonFor al the golde/ that ȝe ther bi thereby you haue wonne wunne
Dugdale-1718For al the golde/ that ȝe ther bi thereby you haue wonne wunne,
Dugdale-1818For al the golde/ that ȝe ther bi thereby you haue wonne wunne,
 

Good leche is he / that can hym self recure.

SeldenGood leche is he/ that can hym self silfe recure.
VespasianGood leche is he/ that can hym self recure.
LansdowneGood leche is he/ that can hym self recure. Whan al men shal repe/ as thei have sowe.
TottelGood leche is he/ that can hym self himself* recure.
Dugdale-1658Good leche is he/ that himself can hym self recure.
Dugdale-monasticonGood leche is he/ that himself can hym self recure.
Dugdale-1718Good leche is he/ that himself can hym self recure.
Dugdale-1818Good leche is he/ that himself can hym self recure.

Lægen

 

The Phecissian answereth

SeldenThe Phecissian answereth ffisician answerith
LansdowneThe Phecissian answereth Responsum
TottelThe Phecissian answereth Phisicien maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1658The Phecissian answereth Phisicien maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Phecissian answereth Physitian maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Phecissian answereth Physician maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Phecissian answereth Physitian maketh aunswer.
 

Ful longe a-gon / that I vn-to phesike

SeldenFul longe a gon/ goo/ that I vn to phesike phisik
LansdowneFul Allas to longe a gon/ that I vn and to phesike myche in phisik
TottelFul longe a gon/ agon that I vn to phesike vnto Phisike
Dugdale-1658Ful longe a gon/ agon that I vn to phesike unto Phisike,
Dugdale-monasticonFul longe a gon/ agon that I vn to phesike unto Phisike,
Dugdale-1718Ful longe a gon/ agon that I vn to phesike unto Phisike
Dugdale-1818Ful longe a gon/ agon that I vn to phesike unto Phisike
 

Sette my witte / and my diligence

LansdowneSette For lucre/ plye[d]/ al my witte/ and my diligence bisynesse
TottelSette my witte/ and eke my diligence
Dugdale-1658Sette my witte/ and eke my diligence
Dugdale-monasticonSette my witte/ and eke my diligence
Dugdale-1718Sette my witte/ and eke my diligence
Dugdale-1818Sette my witte/ and eke my diligence
 

In speculatif / & also in practike

LansdowneBothe In speculatif/ speclacion/ & also in practike
 

To gete a name / thurgh myn excellence

SeldenTo gete a name/ thurgh þoruȝ myn excellence
LansdowneTo gete a name/ thurgh myn excellence knowe & konne/ al bodely siknesse
TottelTo gete geat a name/ thurgh through myn excellence
Dugdale-1658To gete geat a name/ thurgh through myn excellence
Dugdale-monasticonTo gete great a name/ thurgh through myn excellence
Dugdale-1718To gete great a name/ thurgh through myn excellence
Dugdale-1818To gete great a name/ thurgh through myn excellence
 

To fynde oute / a-ȝens pestilence

SeldenTo fynde oute/ a ȝens aȝens pestilence
LansdowneTo fynde oute/ a ȝens pestilence But of gostly helthe/ I was reklesse
TottelTo fynde oute/ a ȝens agaynes* pestilence
Dugdale-1658To fynde oute/ a ȝens against pestilence
Dugdale-monasticonTo fynde oute/ a ȝens against pestilence
Dugdale-1718To fynde oute/ a ȝens against pestilence
Dugdale-1818To fynde oute/ a ȝens against pestilence
 

Preseruatifes / to staunche hit & to fyne

SeldenPreseruatifes/ Preseruatives/ to staunche hit it & to fyne
LansdownePreseruatifes/ to staunche hit & to fyne Wher fore shal helpe nother herbe nor roote
TottelPreseruatifes/ to staunche hit it & to fyne
Dugdale-1658Preseruatifes/ Preservatives to staunche hit it & to fyne
Dugdale-monasticonPreseruatifes/ Preservatives to staunche hit it & to fyne
Dugdale-1718Preseruatifes/ Preservatives to staunche hit it & to fyne
Dugdale-1818Preseruatifes/ Preservatives to staunche hit it & to fyne
 

But I dar saie / shortli in sentence

SeldenBut I dar saie/ seie/ shortli in sentence
LansdowneBut I dar saie/ shortli in sentence Nor no medicyne/ sauff goddis goodnesse
Dugdale-1658But I dar saie/ shortli in sentence
Dugdale-monasticonBut I dar saie/ shortli in sentence
Dugdale-1718But I dar saie/ shortli in sentence
Dugdale-1818But I dar saie/ shortli in sentence
 

A-ȝens dethe / is worth no medicyne.

SeldenA ȝens Aȝens dethe/ is worth no medicyne.
LansdowneFor A ȝens geyns dethe/ is worth fynaly no medicyne. boote.
TottelA ȝens dethe/ Againes* Death is worth no medicyne.
Dugdale-1658A ȝens dethe/ Say that against death is worth no medicyne.
Dugdale-monasticonA ȝens dethe/ Say that against death is worth no medicyne.
Dugdale-1718A ȝens dethe/ Say that against death is worth no medicyne. medecine.
Dugdale-1818A ȝens dethe/ Say that against death is worth no medicyne.

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Dethe to the amerous Squyere

TottelDethe Death speaketh to the amerous Squyere Squyre.
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the amerous Squyere Squire.
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the amerous Squyere Squire.
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the amerous Squyere Squire.
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the amerous Squyere Squire.
 

Ȝe that be Jentel / so fresshe & amerous

SeldenȜe that be Jentel/ gentil/ so fresshe & amerous
TottelȜe that be Jentel/ gentle, so fresshe & amerous
Dugdale-1658Ȝe that be Jentel/ gentle so fresshe & amerous
Dugdale-monasticonȜe that be Jentel/ gentle so fresshe & amerous
Dugdale-1718Ȝe that be Jentel/ gentle so fresshe & amerous
Dugdale-1818Ȝe that be Jentel/ gentle so fresshe & amerous
 

Of ȝeres ȝonge / flowryng in ȝowre grene age

SeldenOf ȝeres ȝonge/ flowryng flouringe in ȝowre ȝoure grene age
TottelOf ȝeres ȝonge/ flowryng flouring in ȝowre your grene age
Dugdale-1658Of ȝeres ȝonge/ flowryng young flouring in ȝowre your grene age
Dugdale-monasticonOf ȝeres ȝonge/ flowryng young flouring in ȝowre your grene age
Dugdale-1718Of ȝeres ȝonge/ flowryng young, flouring in ȝowre your grene age
Dugdale-1818Of ȝeres ȝonge/ flowryng young, flouring in ȝowre your grene age
 

Lusti fre of herte / and eke desyrous

SeldenLusti fre of herte/ and eke desyrous
TottelLusti [and] fre of herte/ and eke desyrous
 

Ful of deuyses / and chaunge yn ȝowre corage

SeldenFul of deuyses/ and chaunge yn ȝowre ȝoure corage
TottelFul of deuyses/ and chaunge yn ȝowre corage your courage,
Dugdale-1658Ful of deuyses/ and chaunge yn ȝowre corage your courage,
Dugdale-monasticonFul of deuyses/ and chaunge yn ȝowre corage your courage,
Dugdale-1718Ful of deuyses/ and chaunge yn ȝowre corage your courage,
Dugdale-1818Ful of deuyses/ and chaunge yn ȝowre corage your courage,
 

Plesaunt of porte / of loke & [of] visage

TottelPlesaunt Pleasaunt of porte/ of loke & [of] visage
Dugdale-1658Plesaunt Pleasaunt of porte/ of loke & [of] visage
Dugdale-monasticonPlesaunt Pleasant of porte/ of loke & [of] visage
Dugdale-1718Plesaunt Pleasant of porte/ of loke & [of] visage
Dugdale-1818Plesaunt Pleasant of porte/ of loke & [of] visage
 

But al shal turne / in to asshes dede

TottelBut al shal turne/ in to into asshes dede dead;
Dugdale-1658But al shal turne/ in to into asshes dede dead.
Dugdale-monasticonBut al shal turne/ in to into asshes dede dead,
Dugdale-1718But al shal turne/ in to into asshes dede dead,
Dugdale-1818But al shal turne/ in to into asshes dede dead,
 

For al beaute / is but a feynte ymage

SeldenFor al beaute/ bewte/ is but a feynte ymage
TottelFor al beaute/ beautie is but a feynte faynt ymage
Dugdale-1658For al beaute/ beautie is but a feynte faynt ymage
Dugdale-monasticonFor al beaute/ beauty is but a feynte faynt ymage
Dugdale-1718For al beaute/ beauty is but a feynte ymage
Dugdale-1818For al beaute/ beauty is but a feynte faynt ymage
 

Whiche steleth a-wai / or folkes can take hede.

SeldenWhiche steleth Wiche steliþ a wai/ weye/ or folkes can take hede.
TottelWhiche steleth a wai/ stealeth away or folkes can take hede.
Dugdale-1658Whiche steleth a wai/ stealeth away, or folkes can take hede.
Dugdale-monasticonWhiche steleth a wai/ stealeth away, or folkes can take hede.
Dugdale-1718Whiche steleth a wai/ stealeth away, or folkes can take hede.
Dugdale-1818Whiche steleth a wai/ stealeth away, or folkes can take hede.

Frieren

 

The Squyer answereth

SeldenThe Squyer answereth answeriþ
TottelThe Squyer answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1658The Squyer answereth Squire maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Squyer answereth Squire maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Squyer answereth Squire maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Squyer answereth Squire maketh aunswer.
 

Allas allas / I can now no socoure

TottelAllas allas/ I can now no socoure succour
Dugdale-1658Allas allas/ I can now no socoure succour,
Dugdale-monasticonAllas allas/ I can now no socoure succour,
Dugdale-1718Allas allas/ I can now no socoure succour
Dugdale-1818Allas allas/ I can now no socoure succour
 

A-ȝeyns dethe / for my selfe prouyde

SeldenA ȝeyns Aȝens dethe/ for my selfe silfe prouyde
TottelA ȝeyns dethe/ Agaynes* Death[e] for my selfe myselfe prouyde
Dugdale-1658A ȝeyns dethe/ Against death for my selfe prouyde
Dugdale-monasticonA ȝeyns dethe/ Against death for my selfe prouyde
Dugdale-1718A ȝeyns dethe/ Against death for my selfe prouyde
Dugdale-1818A ȝeyns dethe/ Against death for my selfe prouyde
 

Adieu of ȝowthe / the lusti fressh floure

SeldenAdieu A dieu of ȝowthe/ ȝouþe/ the lusti fressh floure
TottelAdieu A due of ȝowthe/ youth the lusti fressh floure flower,
Dugdale-1658Adieu Adue of ȝowthe/ youth the lusti fressh floure flower,
Dugdale-monasticonAdieu Adue of ȝowthe/ youth the lusti fressh floure flower,
Dugdale-1718Adieu Adue of ȝowthe/ youth the lusti fressh floure flower,
Dugdale-1818Adieu Adue of ȝowthe/ youth the lusti fressh floure flower,
 

Adieu veynglorie / [of bewte and of pride]

SeldenAdieu A dieu veynglorie/ [of bewte and of pride]
TottelAdieu veynglorie/ Adue vainglory [of bewte beautie and of pride]
Dugdale-1658Adieu veynglorie/ Adue vainglory [of bewte beautie, and of pride] the provide,
Dugdale-monasticonAdieu veynglorie/ Adue vainglory [of bewte beauty, and of pride] the provide,
Dugdale-1718Adieu veynglorie/ Adue vain glory [of bewte beauty, and of pride] the provide,
Dugdale-1818Adieu veynglorie/ Adue vain glory [of bewte beauty, and of pride] the provide,
 

Adieu al seruyse / of the god cupide

SeldenAdieu A dieu al seruyse/ seruice/ of the god cupide
TottelAdieu Adue al seruyse/ seruice of the god cupide
Dugdale-1658Adieu Adue al seruyse/ service of the god cupide
Dugdale-monasticonAdieu Adue al seruyse/ service of the god cupide
Dugdale-1718Adieu Adue al seruyse/ service of the god cupide
Dugdale-1818Adieu Adue al seruyse/ service of the god cupide
 

Adieu my ladyes / so fresshe so wel be-seyne

SeldenAdieu A dieu my ladyes/ so fresshe so wel be seyne
TottelAdieu Adue my ladyes/ so fresshe so wel be seyne beseyn:
Dugdale-1658Adieu Adue my ladyes/ so fresshe so wel be seyne beseyn.
Dugdale-monasticonAdieu Adue my ladyes/ so fresshe so wel be seyne beseyn.
Dugdale-1718Adieu Adue my ladyes/ so fresshe so wel be seyne beseyn,
Dugdale-1818Adieu Adue my ladyes/ so fresshe so wel be seyne beseyn.
 

For a-ȝeyne dethe / no thynge mai abide

SeldenFor a ȝeyne aȝein dethe/ no thynge mai abide
TottelFor a ȝeyne dethe/ no thynge agayn[s] Death nothyng mai abide
Dugdale-1658For a ȝeyne dethe/ no thynge agayn death nothyng mai abide
Dugdale-monasticonFor a ȝeyne dethe/ no thynge agayn death nothing mai abide
Dugdale-1718For a ȝeyne dethe/ no thynge agayn death nothing mai abide
Dugdale-1818For a ȝeyne dethe/ no thynge agayn death nothing mai abide
 

And wyndes grete / gon doune with litel reyne

SeldenAnd wyndes grete/ gon goo doune with litel litil reyne
TottelAnd wyndes grete/ great gon doune with litel litle reyne
Dugdale-1658And wyndes grete/ great gon doune with litel litle reyne
Dugdale-monasticonAnd wyndes grete/ great gon doune with litel litle reyne
Dugdale-1718And wyndes grete/ great gon doune with litel little reyne
Dugdale-1818And wyndes grete/ great gon doune with litel litle reyne

Døden til adelsdamen

 

Dethe to the Gentilwoman amerous

SeldenDethe to the Gentilwoman gentil womman amerous
TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Gentilwoman amerous Gentlewoman.
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Gentilwoman amerous Gentlewoman.
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Gentilwoman amerous Gentlewoman.
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Gentilwoman amerous Gentlewoman.
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Gentilwoman amerous Gentlewoman.
 

Come forthe Maistresse / of ȝeres ȝonge & grene

SeldenCome forthe Maistresse/ of ȝeres ȝeris ȝonge & grene
Dugdale-1658Come forthe Maistresse/ mistress of ȝeres ȝonge & grene
Dugdale-monasticonCome forthe Maistresse/ mistress of ȝeres ȝonge & grene
Dugdale-1718Come forthe Maistresse/ mistress of ȝeres ȝonge young & grene
Dugdale-1818Come forthe Maistresse/ mistress of ȝeres ȝonge & grene
 

Whiche holde ȝowre self / of beaute souereyne

SeldenWhiche Wiche holde ȝowre self/ ȝoure silfe/ of beaute bewte souereyne
TottelWhiche holde ȝowre your self/ of beaute beautie souereyne
Dugdale-1658Whiche holde ȝowre your self/ of beaute souereyne beauty sovereign
Dugdale-monasticonWhiche holde ȝowre your self/ of beaute souereyne beauty sovereign,
Dugdale-1718Whiche holde ȝowre self/ yourselfe of beaute souereyne beauty sovereign,
Dugdale-1818Whiche holde ȝowre your self/ of beaute souereyne beauty sovereign,
 

As feire as ȝe / was sum tyme pollicene

SeldenAs feire faire as ȝe/ was sum tyme somtyme pollicene
TottelAs feire fayre as ȝe/ was sum tyme pollicene whilom Pollixene,
Dugdale-1658As feire fayre as ȝe/ was sum tyme pollicene whilom Polyxene,
Dugdale-monasticonAs feire fayre as ȝe/ was sum tyme pollicene whilom Polyxene,
Dugdale-1718As feire fayre as ȝe/ was sum tyme pollicene whilom Polixene,
Dugdale-1818As feire fayre as ȝe/ was sum tyme pollicene whilom Polyxene,
 

Penelope / and the quene Eleyne

SeldenPenelope/ Penolope/ and the quene Eleyne
TottelPenelope/ and the quene Eleyne Helein.
Dugdale-1658Penelope/ and the quene Eleyne Helein.
Dugdale-monasticonPenelope/ and the quene Eleyne Helein.
Dugdale-1718Penelope/ and the quene Eleyne Helein.
Dugdale-1818Penelope/ and the quene Eleyne Helein.
 

Ȝitte on this daunce / thei wenten bothe tweyne

SeldenȜitte on this daunce/ thei wenten wente bothe tweyne
TottelȜitte Yet on this daunce/ thei wenten went[e] bothe tweyne
Dugdale-1658Ȝitte Yet on this daunce/ thei wenten went bothe tweyne
Dugdale-monasticonȜitte Yet on this daunce/ thei wenten went bothe tweyne
Dugdale-1718Ȝitte Yet on this daunce/ thei wenten went bothe tweyne
Dugdale-1818Ȝitte Yet on this daunce/ thei wenten went bothe tweyne
 

And so shul ȝe / for al ȝowre straungenesse

SeldenAnd so shul ȝe/ for al ȝowre ȝoure straungenesse
TottelAnd so shul shall ȝe/ for al ȝowre your straungenesse
Dugdale-1658And so shul shall ȝe/ for al ȝowre your straungenesse
Dugdale-monasticonAnd so shul shall ȝe/ for al ȝowre your straungenesse
Dugdale-1718And so shul shall ȝe/ for al ȝowre your straungenesse
Dugdale-1818And so shul shall ȝe/ for al ȝowre your straungenesse
 

Though daunger longe / yn loue hathe lad ȝow reyne

SeldenThough Thouȝ daunger longe/ yn loue hathe lad ȝow ȝoure reyne
TottelThough Thogh* daunger longe/ yn loue hathe lad ȝow your reyne
Dugdale-1658Though If daunger longe/ yn loue hathe lad ȝow you reyne
Dugdale-monasticonThough If daunger longe/ yn loue hathe lad ȝow you reyne
Dugdale-1718Though If daunger longe/ yn loue hathe lad ȝow you reyne
Dugdale-1818Though If daunger longe/ yn loue hathe lad ȝow you reyne
 

A-rested is / ȝowre chaunge of dowblenesse.

SeldenA rested Arestid is/ ȝowre ȝoure chaunge of dowblenesse. doubilnesse
TottelA rested Arested is/ ȝowre your chaunge of dowblenesse. doublenes.
Dugdale-1658A rested Arested is/ ȝowre your chaunge of dowblenesse. doublenesse.
Dugdale-monasticonA rested Arested is/ ȝowre your chaunge of dowblenesse. doublenesse.
Dugdale-1718A rested Arrested is/ ȝowre your chaunge of dowblenesse. doublenesse.
Dugdale-1818A rested Arested is/ ȝowre your chaunge of dowblenesse. doublenesse.

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The Jentilwoman answereth

SeldenThe Jentilwoman answereth gentil womman answerith
TottelThe Jentilwoman answereth Gentlewoman maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1658The Jentilwoman answereth Gentlewoman maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Jentilwoman answereth Gentlewoman maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Jentilwoman answereth Gentlewoman maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Jentilwoman answereth Gentlewoman maketh aunswer.
 

O cruel dethe / that sparest noon a-state

SeldenO cruel dethe/ that sparest noon a state estate
TottelO cruel dethe/ Death, that sparest spareth noon a state estate,
Dugdale-1658O cruel dethe/ death that sparest spareth noon a state estate
Dugdale-monasticonO cruel dethe/ death that sparest spareth noon a state estate
Dugdale-1718O cruel dethe/ Death that sparest spareth noon a state estate,
Dugdale-1818O cruel dethe/ death that sparest spareth noon a state estate,
 

To olde and ȝonge / thow arte indefferente

SeldenTo olde and ȝonge/ thow þou arte indefferente indifferent
TottelTo olde and ȝonge/ thow thou arte indefferente indifferent;
Dugdale-1658To olde and ȝonge/ thow thou arte indefferente indifferent,
Dugdale-monasticonTo olde and ȝonge/ thow thou arte indefferente indifferent,
Dugdale-1718To olde and ȝonge/ thow young thou arte indefferente indifferent,
Dugdale-1818To olde and ȝonge/ thow thou arte indefferente indifferent,
 

To my beaute / thou haste I-seide checke-mate

SeldenTo my beaute/ bewte/ thou haste I seide checke mate yseide chekmate
TottelTo my beaute/ beautie thou haste I seide checke mate said checkmate,
Dugdale-1658To my beaute/ beauty thou haste I seide said checke mate
Dugdale-monasticonTo my beaute/ beauty thou haste I seide said checke mate
Dugdale-1718To my beaute/ beauty thou haste I seide said checke mate
Dugdale-1818To my beaute/ beauty thou haste I seide said checke mate
 

So hasti is / thi mortal Jugemente

TottelSo hasti is/ thi mortal Jugemente mortail iudgement.
Dugdale-1658So hasti is/ thi mortal Jugemente judgement,
Dugdale-monasticonSo hasti is/ thi mortal Jugemente judgment,
Dugdale-1718So hasti hesty is/ thi mortal Jugemente judgment,
Dugdale-1818So hasti is/ thi mortal Jugemente judgment:
 

For yn my ȝowthe / this was myn entente

SeldenFor yn my ȝowthe/ ȝouþe/ this was myn entente
TottelFor yn my ȝowthe/ youth[e] this was myn entente
Dugdale-1658For yn my ȝowthe/ mine youth this was myn my entente
Dugdale-monasticonFor yn my ȝowthe/ mine youth this was myn my entente
Dugdale-1718For yn my ȝowthe/ youth this was myn my entente
Dugdale-1818For yn my ȝowthe/ mine youth this was myn my entente
 

To my seruyce / many a man to a lured

SeldenTo my seruyce/ many a man to a haue lured
TottelTo my seruyce/ many a man to a haue lured
Dugdale-1658To my seruyce/ many a man to a have lured
Dugdale-monasticonTo my seruyce/ many a man to a have lured
Dugdale-1718To my seruyce/ many a man to a have lured
Dugdale-1818To my seruyce/ many a man to a have lured
 

But she is a fole / shortli yn sentemente

Dugdale-1658But she is a fole/ shortli yn sentemente sentment,
Dugdale-monasticonBut she is a fole/ shortli yn sentemente sentment,
Dugdale-1718But she is a fole/ shortli yn sentemente sentment,
Dugdale-1818But she is a fole/ shortli yn sentemente sentment,
 

That in her beaute / is to moche assured.

SeldenThat in her beaute/ hir bewte/ is to moche assured. assurid
TottelThat in her beaute/ beautie is to moche muche assured.
Dugdale-1658That in her beaute/ beauty is to moche much assured.
Dugdale-monasticonThat in her beaute/ beauty is to moche much assured.
Dugdale-1718That in her beaute/ beauty is to moche so much assured.
Dugdale-1818That in her beaute/ beauty is to moche much assured.

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