Index:The fables of Aesop, as first printed by William Caxton in 1484, with those of Avian, Alfonso and Poggio. Vol 2.djvu

The fables of Aesop, as first printed by William Caxton in 1484, with those of Avian, Alfonso and Poggio. Vol 2.djvu

Title The fables of Aesop, as first printed by William Caxton in 1484, with those of Avian, Alfonso and Poggio, Vol 2
Author Aesop et al.
Translator William Caxton
Editor Jospeh Jacobs
Year 1899
Publisher Folk-Lore Society
Source djvu
Progress To be proofread
Transclusion Fully transcluded
Volumes

Vol 1

Vol 2

The subtyl historyes and Fables of Esope whiche were translated out of Frensshe into Englysshe
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1
Romulus' Preface
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3
Liber Primus
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4
1
The Cock and the precious Stone
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4
2
The Wulf and the Lambe
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5
3
The Rat and the Frogge
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7
4
The Dogge and the Sheep
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8
5
The Dogge and the piece of flesh
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10
6
The Lyon, the Cowe, the Goote and the Sheep
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11
7
The Theef and the Sonne
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12
8
The Wulf and the Crane
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13
9
The two Bytches
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14
10
The Man and the Serpent
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15
11
The Lyon and the Asse
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16
12
The two Rats
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17
13
The Egle and the Foxe
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19
14
The Egle whiche bare a mutte in his becke and the Rauen
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20
15
The Rauen and the Foxe
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21
16
The Lyon, the wylde Bore, the Bole & the Asse
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22
17
The Asse and the yong Dogge
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24
18
The Lyon and the Rat
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26
19
The Mylan whiche was secke and his moder
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28
20
The Swallowe and other byrdes
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29
Liber Secundus
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30
1
The Frogges and Jupyter
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32
2
The Columbes, the Kyte and the Sperehawke
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34
3
The Theef and the Dogge
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35
4
The Sowe and the Wulf
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37
5
The Montayn whiche shoke
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38
6
The Wulf and the Lambe
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39
7
The old Dogge and his Mayster
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40
8
The Hares and the Frogges
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42
9
The Wulf and the Kydde
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44
10
The good Man and the Serpente
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45
11
The Herte, the Sheep & the Wulf
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47
12
The balled Man and the Flye
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48
13
The Foxe and the Storke
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49
14
The Wulf and the dede mans hede
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51
15
The Jaye and the Pecok
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52
16
The Mule and the Flye
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54
17
The Ante and the Flye
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55
18
The Wulf, the Foxe and the Ape
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57
19
The Man and the Wesel
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59
20
The Oxe and the Frogge whiche wold haue compared her to hym
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61
Liber Tertius
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62
1
The Lyon & the Pastour or Herdman
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62
2
The Lyon and the Hors
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65
3
The Asse, the Hors, & theyr fortune
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67
4
The Beestes and the Birdes
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70
5
The Nyghtyngale and the Sperehawke
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72
6
The Foxe and the Wulf
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74
7
The Herte and the Hunter
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76
8
Juno, Venus and the other wymmen
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78
9
The Knyght and the Wydowe
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79
10
The yong Man and the comyn Woman
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82
11
The Fader and the euylle Sonne
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84
12
The Serpent
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86
13
The Wulues and the Sheep
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87
14
The Man and the Wood
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89
15
The Wulf and the Dogge
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90
16
The Handes, the Feet and the mans Bely
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92
17
The Ape and the Foxe
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94
18
The Marchaunt and the Asse
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95
19
The Herte and the Oxe
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96
20
The fallace of the Lyon and his conuersacion
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98
Liber Quartus
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100
1
The Foxe and the Raysyns
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100
2
The auncyent Wesel and the Rat
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102
3
The Wulf, the Sheepherd and the Hunter
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103
4
Juno the goddesse, the Pecok and the Nyghtyngale
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105
5
The Panthire and the Vylayns
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107
6
The Bochers and the Whethers
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109
7
The Fawkoner and the Byrdes
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110
8
The lyar Man and the Man of trouthe
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111
9
The Hors, the Hunter and the Hert
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113
10
The Asse and the Lyon
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115
11
The Hawk and other Byrdes
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116
12
The Foxe and the Lyon
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117
13
The Asse and the Wulf
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119
14
The Hedgehogge and the lytyl Kyddes
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120
15
The Man and the Lyon
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121
16
The Camel and the Flee
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122
17
The Ant and the Sygale
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123
18
The Pylgrym and the Swerd
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124
19
The Sheep and the Crowe
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125
20
The Tree and the Reed
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126
Liber Quintus
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128
1
The Mulet, the Foxe and the Wulf
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128
2
The Bore and the Wulf
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130
3
The Foxe and the Cocke
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132
4
The Dragon and the Herte
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134
5
The Foxe and the Catte
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137
6
The Hegoot and the Wulf
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139
7
The Wulf and the Affe
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141
8
The Serpent and the Labourer
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144
9
The Foxe, the Wulf and the Lyon
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149
10
The Wulf whiche made a Fart
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156
11
The enuyous Dogge
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165
12
The Wulf and the hongry Dogge
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166
13
The Fader and his thre Children
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172
14
The Wulf the Foxe
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176
15
The Dogge, the Wulf and the Whether
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180
16
The Man, the Lyon and his Sone
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183
17
The Knyght and the Seruaunt whiche fond the Foxe
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187
Aesop's Fables not by Romulus
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190
1
The Egle and the Rauen
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191
2
The Egle and the Wesel
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193
3
The Foxe and the Gote
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195
4
The Catte and the Chyken
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197
5
The Foxe and the Busshe
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199
6
The Man and the god of the Wodes
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200
7
The Fyssher
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201
8
The Catte and the Rat
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202
9
The Labourer and the Pyelarge
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204
10
The Child whiche kepte the Sheep
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205
11
The Ante and the Columbe
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206
12
The Bee and Jupiter
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207
13
A Carpenter
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208
14
A yong Theef and his Moder
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210
15
The Flee and the Man
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212
16
The Husbond and his two Wyves
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213
17
The Labourer and his Children
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215
The Fables of Avian
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216
1
The old Woman and the Wulf
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216
2
The Tortose and the other Byrdes
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217
3
The Creuysses
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218
4
The Asse and the skynne of the Lyon
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219
5
The Frogge and the Foxe
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221
6
The two Dogges
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222
7
The Camel and Jupiter
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224
8
The two Felawes
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225
9
The two Pottes
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227
10
The Lyon and the Boole
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228
11
The Ape and his Sone
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229
12
The Crane and the Pecock
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230
13
The Hunter and the Tygre
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231
14
The four Oxen
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233
15
The Busshe and the Aubyer Tree
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234
16
The fyssher and the lytyl Fysshe
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235
17
Phebus, the Avarycious and the Envyous
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236
18
The Theef and the Child whiche wepte
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238
19
The Lyon and the Gote
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239
20
The Crowe whiche was a thurst
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240
21
The Vylayne and the yonge Bole
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241
22
The Viator and Satyre
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242
23
The Oxe and the Rat
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244
24
The Goose and her Lord
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245
25
The Ape and his two Children
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246
26
The Wynd and the therthen Pot
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247
27
The Wulf and the Lambe
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248
The Fables of Alphonse
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249
1
The exhortacion of Sapyence or Wysedome and Loue
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249
2
The commyssion of Pecuny or Money
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256
3
The subtyle Inuencion of a Sentence
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259
4
The Sentence gyuen up the Pecuny or Money whiche was found
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263
5
The Feythe of thre Felawes
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266
6
The Labourer and the Nyghtyngale
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269
7
A Rethorycian and a Crowk Backed
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272
8
The Discyple and the Sheep
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274
9
The Labourer, the Foxe, & the chese
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276
10
The Husbond, the Moder & hys Wyf
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279
11
An old Harlotte or Bawde
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281
12
A Blynd Man and his Wyf
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285
13
The Tayller, A King and his Seruants
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285
The Fables of Poggio
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292
1
The subtylyte of the Woman for to deceyue her Husbond
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292
2
The Woman and the Ypocryte
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294
3
[Omitted] A Yonge Woman which accused her Husbond of coulpe
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296
4
The Huntynge and Hawkynge
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297
5
The Recytacion of somme Monstres
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301
6
The Parsone, his Dogge and the Bisshop
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305
7
The Foxe, the Cock and the Dogges
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307
1
The Tale of two Wymmen
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309
2
The Tale of a Marchaunt of Florence
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310
3
The Tale of the Januey and the Noble Man
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312
4
The Tale of the connynge Phisycyen
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313
5
The Tale of the Wydowe
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314
6
The Tale of the two Prestes
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315
Errata
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318
Glossary
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319