Sognepræst og arbejdsmand

Sognepræst og arbejdsmand
Guy Marchant, Sognepræst og bonde

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.

Døden til sognepræsten

 

Dethe to the Persoun

TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Persoun Person.
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Persoun Person.
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Persoun Person.
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Persoun Person,
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Persoun Person.
 

O Sire Curate / that ben here now present

SeldenO Sire Curate/ that ben nowe here now present
TottelO Sire Curate/ that ben now here now present
Dugdale-1658O Sire Curate/ that ben now here now present
Dugdale-monasticonO Sire Curate/ that ben now here now present
Dugdale-1718O Sire Curate/ that ben now here now present
Dugdale-1818O Sire Curate/ that ben now here now present
 

That had / ȝowre worldli Inclynacioun

SeldenThat had/ ȝowre ȝoure worldli Inclynacioun
TottelThat had/ ȝowre your worldli Inclynacioun inclinacion.
Dugdale-1658That had/ ȝowre your worldli Inclynacioun inclination,
Dugdale-monasticonThat had/ ȝowre your worldli Inclynacioun inclination,
Dugdale-1718That had/ ȝowre your worldli Inclynacioun inclination,
Dugdale-1818That had/ ȝowre your worldli Inclynacioun inclination,
 

Ȝowre herte entier / ȝowre study & entent

SeldenȜowre Ȝoure herte entier/ ȝowre entire/ ȝoure study & entent
TottelȜowre herte entier/ ȝowre Your heart entere, your study & entent
Dugdale-1658Ȝowre herte entier/ ȝowre Your heart entere your study & entent
Dugdale-monasticonȜowre herte entier/ ȝowre Your heart entere, your study & entent
Dugdale-1718Ȝowre herte entier/ ȝowre Your heart entere, your study & entent
Dugdale-1818Ȝowre herte entier/ ȝowre Your heart entere, your study & entent
 

Moste on ȝowre tithes / & oblacioun

SeldenMoste on ȝowre ȝoure tithes/ & oblacioun
TottelMoste on ȝowre of your tithes/ & oblacioun oblacion,
Dugdale-1658Moste on ȝowre of your tithes/ & oblacioun your oblation,
Dugdale-monasticonMoste on ȝowre of your tithes/ & oblacioun your oblation,
Dugdale-1718Moste on ȝowre of your tithes/ & oblacioun your oblation,
Dugdale-1818Moste on ȝowre of your tithes/ & oblacioun your oblation,
 

Whiche shulde haue ben / of conuersacioun

SeldenWhiche Wiche shulde haue ben/ of conuersacioun
TottelWhiche shulde should haue ben/ be of conuersacioun conuersacion
Dugdale-1658Whiche shulde should haue ben/ be of conuersacioun conversacion,
Dugdale-monasticonWhiche shulde should haue ben/ be of conuersacioun conversation,
Dugdale-1718Whiche shulde should haue ben/ be of conuersacioun conversation,
Dugdale-1818Whiche shulde should haue ben/ be of conuersacioun conversation,
 

Mirroure vn-to other / light & exaumplarie

SeldenMirroure vn to other/ light othir/ liȝt & exaumplarie
TottelMirroure vn to other/ light & exaumplarie examplarie,
Dugdale-1658Mirroure vn to other/ light & exaumplarie exemplary
Dugdale-monasticonMirroure vn to other/ light & exaumplarie exemplary
Dugdale-1718Mirroure vn to other/ light & exaumplarie exemplary
Dugdale-1818Mirroure vn to other/ light & exaumplarie exemplary,
 

Like ȝowre deserte / shal be ȝowre guerdoun

SeldenLike ȝowre ȝoure deserte/ shal be ȝowre ȝoure guerdoun
TottelLike ȝowre your deserte/ shal be ȝowre guerdoun shalbe your guerdon,
Dugdale-1658Like ȝowre your deserte/ shal be ȝowre guerdoun your guerdon,
Dugdale-monasticonLike ȝowre your deserte/ shal be ȝowre guerdoun your guerdon,
Dugdale-1718Like ȝowre your deserte/ shal be ȝowre guerdoun your guerdon,
Dugdale-1818Like ȝowre your deserte/ shal be ȝowre guerdoun your guerdon,
 

And to eche laboure / due is the salarie.

SeldenAnd to eche laboure/ due dewe is the salarie.
Dugdale-1658And to eche every laboure/ due is the salarie.
Dugdale-monasticonAnd to eche every laboure/ due is the salarie.
Dugdale-1718And to eche every laboure/ due is the salarie.
Dugdale-1818And to eche every laboure/ due is the salarie.

Sognepræsten

 

The Persun answereth

SeldenThe Persun answereth Persoun answerith
TottelThe Persun answereth Person maketh aunswere.
Dugdale-1658The Persun answereth Person maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Persun answereth Person maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Persun answereth Person maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Persun answereth Person maketh aunswer.
 

Mawgre my wille / I moste condescende

SeldenMawgre Maugre my wille/ I moste condescende must condiscende
TottelMawgre MAUGER my wille/ I moste must[e] condescende
Dugdale-1658Mawgre Maugre my wille/ I moste condescende must condiscend,
Dugdale-monasticonMawgre Maugre my wille/ I moste condescende must condiscend,
Dugdale-1718Mawgre Maugre my wille/ I moste must condescende
Dugdale-1818Mawgre Maugre my wille/ I moste condescende must condiscend,
 

For dethe assaileth / eueri lifli thynge

SeldenFor dethe assaileth/ assailiþ/ eueri lifli thynge
TottelFor dethe death assaileth/ eueri lifli liuely thynge
Dugdale-1658For dethe death assaileth/ eueri lifli lively thynge
Dugdale-monasticonFor dethe death assaileth/ eueri lifli lively thynge
Dugdale-1718For dethe death assaileth/ eueri lifli lively thynge
Dugdale-1818For dethe death assaileth/ eueri lifli lively thynge
 

Here yn this worlde / who can comprehende

 

His sodeyn stroke / & his vnware comynge

Dugdale-1658His sodeyn stroke/ & his vnware comynge unwary turning,
Dugdale-monasticonHis sodeyn stroke/ & his vnware comynge unwary turning,
Dugdale-1718His sodeyn stroke/ & his vnware comynge unwary turning?
Dugdale-1818His sodeyn stroke/ & his vnware comynge unwary turning.
 

Fare-wel tithes / and fare-wel myn offrynge

SeldenFare wel tithes/ ffarewele tithis/ and fare wel farewel myn offrynge
TottelFare wel [my] tithes/ and fare wel myn offrynge
Dugdale-1658Fare wel Farewel tithes/ and fare wel farewel myn offrynge offering,
Dugdale-monasticonFare wel Farewel tithes/ and fare wel farewel myn offrynge offering,
Dugdale-1718Fare wel Farewell tithes/ and fare wel farewell myn offrynge offering.
Dugdale-1818Fare wel Farewel tithes/ and fare wel farewel myn offrynge offering,
 

I mote go Counte / yn ordre by and by

TottelI mote go Counte/ coumpten yn ordre order by and by
Dugdale-1658I mote go Counte/ yn ordre coumpten by order by and by
Dugdale-monasticonI mote go Counte/ yn ordre coumpten by order by and by
Dugdale-1718I mote go Counte/ yn ordre coumpten by order by and by
Dugdale-1818I mote go Counte/ yn ordre coumpten by order by and by
 

[And for my shepe] / make a Juste rekenynge

Tottel[And for my shepe]/ make a Juste rekenynge reckonyng:
Dugdale-1658[And for my shepe]/ make a Juste rekenynge reckoning,
Dugdale-monasticon[And for my shepe]/ make a Juste rekenynge reckoning,
Dugdale-1718[And for my shepe]/ make a Juste rekenynge reckoning,
Dugdale-1818[And for my shepe]/ make a Juste rekenynge reckoning,
 

Whom he acquyteth / I holde he is happi.

SeldenWhom he acquyteth/ aquyteth/ I holde he is happi.
Dugdale-1658Whom he acquyteth/ And who that so him quiteth I holde he is happi.
Dugdale-monasticonWhom he acquyteth/ And who that so him quiteth I holde he is happi.
Dugdale-1718Whom he acquyteth/ And who that so him quiteth I holde he is happi.
Dugdale-1818Whom he acquyteth/ And who that so him quiteth I holde he is happi.

Døden til bonden

 

Dethe to the Laborere

LansdowneDethe to the Laborere Laborarius
TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Laborere Labourer.
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Laborere Labourer.
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Laborere Labourer.
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Laborere Labourer.
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Laborere Labourer.
 

Thow laborere / whiche yn sorow & peyne

SeldenThow Thou laborere/ whiche wiche yn sorow sorwe & peyne
LansdowneThow laborere/ Thou labourer/ whiche yn sorow sorwe & peyne
TottelThow laborere/ THOU Labourer, whiche yn sorow & peyne
Dugdale-1658Thow laborere/ THou Labourer, whiche yn sorow & peyne
Dugdale-monasticonThow laborere/ THou Labourer, whiche yn sorow & peyne
Dugdale-1718Thow laborere/ Thou labourer whiche yn sorow & peyne
Dugdale-1818Thow laborere/ Thou Labourer, whiche yn sorow & peyne
 

Haste had thi life / in ful grete trauaile

SeldenHaste had lad thi life/ in ful grete trauaile
LansdowneHaste had lad thi life/ & in ful grete trauaile
TottelHaste had lad thi life/ in ful grete great trauaile
Dugdale-1658Haste had lad thi life/ in ful grete great trauaile
Dugdale-monasticonHaste had lad thi life/ in ful grete great trauaile
Dugdale-1718Haste had thi life/ in ful grete great trauaile
Dugdale-1818Haste had lad thi life/ in ful grete great trauaile
 

Thow moste eke daunce / & ther fore not disdeyne

SeldenThow Thou moste eke daunce/ & ther fore þerfore not disdeyne
LansdowneThow moste eke Thou must here daunce/ & ther fore not nat disdeyne
TottelThow moste Ye must eke daunce/ & ther fore not therfore nought disdeyne
Dugdale-1658Thow moste Ye must eke daunce/ & ther fore not therefore nought disdeyne
Dugdale-monasticonThow moste Ye must eke daunce/ & ther fore not therefore nought disdeyne
Dugdale-1718Thow moste Ye must eke daunce/ & ther fore not therefore nought disdeyne
Dugdale-1818Thow moste Ye must eke daunce/ & ther fore not therefore nought disdeyne
 

For ȝif thow do / hit mai the not a-vaile

SeldenFor ȝif thow þou do/ hit it mai the not a vaile auaile
LansdowneFor ȝif thow thouh thou do/ hit it mai the not a vaile nat availe
TottelFor ȝif thow thou do/ hit it mai the not a vaile nought auayle.
Dugdale-1658For ȝif thow you do/ hit it mai the not a vaile nought avayle,
Dugdale-monasticonFor ȝif thow you do/ hit it mai the not a vaile nought avayle,
Dugdale-1718For ȝif thow you do/ hit it mai the not a vaile nought availe.
Dugdale-1818For ȝif thow you do/ hit it mai the not a vaile nought avayle,
 

And cause whi / that I the assaile

 

Is wonli this / from the to disseuere

SeldenIs wonli oonly this/ from the to disseuere
LansdowneIs wonli this/ from oonly [fro] the for to disseuere dissevire
TottelIs wonli onely this/ from the to disseuere disceuer
Dugdale-1658Is wonli As onely this/ from fro the to disseuere discever
Dugdale-monasticonIs wonli As onely this/ from fro the to disseuere discever
Dugdale-1718Is wonli As only this/ from fro the to disseuere discever,
Dugdale-1818Is wonli As onely this/ from fro the to disseuere discever
 

The fals worlde / that can so folke faile

LansdowneThe This fals worlde/ that can so causith folke to faile
TottelThe fals worlde/ that can so folke folkes faile
Dugdale-1658The fals worlde/ that can so folke folkes faile
Dugdale-monasticonThe fals worlde/ that can so folke folkes faile
Dugdale-1718The fals worlde/ that can so folke folkes faile
Dugdale-1818The fals worlde/ that can so folke folkes faile
 

He is a fole / that weneth to lyve euere.

SeldenHe is a fole/ that weneth to lyve lyne euere.
LansdowneFor He is a fole/ that weneth wenyth to lyve euere. liven evir
TottelHe is a fole/ that weneth to lyve liuen euere.
Dugdale-1658He is a fole/ that weneth to lyve liven euere.
Dugdale-monasticonHe is a fole/ that weneth to lyve liven euere.
Dugdale-1718He is a fole/ that weneth to lyve liven euere.
Dugdale-1818He is a fole/ that weneth to lyve liven euere.

Bonden / arbejderen

 

The Laborere answereth

SeldenThe Laborere answereth answerith
LansdowneThe Laborere answereth Responsum
TottelThe Laborere answereth Labourer maketh aunswere.
Dugdale-1658The Laborere answereth Labourer maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe Laborere answereth Labourer maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The Laborere answereth Labourer maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The Laborere answereth Labourer maketh aunswer.
 

I haue wisshed / after dethe ful ofte

SeldenI haue wisshed/ after aftir dethe ful ofte
LansdowneI haue wisshed/ after wisshid/ aftir dethe ful ofte
TottelI haue wisshed/ after dethe Death ful ofte
Dugdale-1658I haue wisshed/ after dethe death ful ofte
Dugdale-monasticonI haue wisshed/ after dethe death ful ofte
Dugdale-1718I haue wisshed/ after dethe death ful ofte
Dugdale-1818I haue wisshed/ after dethe death ful ofte
 

Al-be that I wolde / haue fled hym nowe

LansdowneAl be that thouh I wolde/ haue fled hym nowe
TottelAl be Albe that I wolde/ would haue fled hym nowe
Dugdale-1658Al be Albe that I wolde/ would haue fled hym nowe
Dugdale-monasticonAl be Albe that I wolde/ would haue fled hym nowe
Dugdale-1718Al be Albe that I wolde/ would haue fled hym nowe
Dugdale-1818Al be Albe that I wolde/ would haue fled hym nowe
 

I had leuere / to haue leyne vnsofte

LansdowneI had leuere/ levir/ to haue ha leyne vnsofte
TottelI had leuere/ leauer to haue leyne lyen vnsofte
Dugdale-1658I had leuere/ to haue leyne lyen vnsofte
Dugdale-monasticonI had leuere/ to haue leyne lyen vnsofte
Dugdale-1718I had leuere/ to haue leyne lyen vnsofte
Dugdale-1818I had leuere/ to haue leyne lyen vnsofte
 

In wynde & reyne / & haue gon atte plowe

LansdowneIn wynde & reyne/ & haue gon forth atte plowe [the] plouh
TottelIn wynde & reyne/ & rain to haue gon atte the plowe
Dugdale-1658In wynde & reyne/ & rain to haue gon atte the plowe
Dugdale-monasticonIn wynde & reyne/ & rain to haue gon atte the plowe
Dugdale-1718In wynde & reyne/ & rain to haue gon atte the plowe
Dugdale-1818In wynde & reyne/ & rain to haue gon atte the plowe
 

With spade & pikeys / and labored for my prowe

SeldenWith spade & pikeys/ pikoys/ and labored labourid for my prowe
LansdowneWith spade & pikeys/ and labored picoys/ laboured for my prowe prouh
TottelWith spade & pikeys/ and pikoys labored for my prowe
Dugdale-1658With spade & pikeys/ and labored pikoys laboured for my prowe
Dugdale-monasticonWith spade & pikeys/ and labored pikoys laboured for my prowe
Dugdale-1718With spade & pikeys/ and labored pikoys laboured for my prowe
Dugdale-1818With spade & pikeys/ and labored pikoys laboured for my prowe
 

Dolue & diched / & atte Carte goon

SeldenDolue & diched/ & atte þe Carte goon
LansdowneDolue Dolvyn & diched/ dikid/ & atte Carte goon
TottelDolue Doluen & diched/ ditched & atte the Carte goon
Dugdale-1658Dolue Dolven & diched/ ditched & atte the Carte goon
Dugdale-monasticonDolue Dolven & diched/ ditched & atte the Carte goon
Dugdale-1718Dolue Dolven & diched/ ditched & atte the Carte goon
Dugdale-1818Dolue Dolven & diched/ ditched & atte the Carte goon
 

For I mai sey / & telle playnli howe

SeldenFor I mai sey/ & telle playnli pleinly howe
LansdowneFor I mai sey/ seyn/ & telle playnli howe pleynly avow
TottelFor I mai sey/ say & telle playnli platlye howe
Dugdale-1658For I mai sey/ say & telle playnli platly howe
Dugdale-monasticonFor I mai sey/ say & telle playnli platly howe
Dugdale-1718For I mai sey/ say & telle playnli platly howe
Dugdale-1818For I mai sey/ say & telle playnli platly howe
 

In this worlde / here ther is reste noon.

LansdowneIn this worlde/ here rest is ther is reste noon.
TottelIn this worlde/ here ther is reste noon.
Dugdale-1658In this worlde/ here ther is reste noon.
Dugdale-monasticonIn this worlde/ here ther is reste noon.
Dugdale-1718In this worlde/ here ther is reste noon.
Dugdale-1818In this worlde/ here ther is reste noon.

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