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A new edition, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, is to be published on the Internet. Chancery Standard reasonably faithful transcription of the enrolled version”, and that the editorial changes “do not affect the validity of the printed text as a basis for linguistic study” (883). He notices four departures from the manuscript, and as if to defend the printed text, discounts three as “probably lapses in transcription”. It appears that what matters is the implied pronunciation: the one discrepancy that attracts critical comment is Rot.

Philological essays in Scots and mediaeval English presented to Angus McIntosh Edinburgh: Benskin & Samuels. Blake, N. F. 1997. Review of Fisher 1996. Review of English Studies N. S. 48. 512–13. Brown, A. L. 1969. The Early History of the Clerkship of the Council. Glasgow: Glasgow University Publication NS 131. ———. 1971. “The Privy Seal clerks in the early fifteenth century”. The Study of Medieval Records: Essays in Honour of Kathleen Major ed. by D. A. Bullough & R. L. Storey, 260–281. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Benskin & Samuels 1981, 55–106. ——— & M. L. Samuels, eds, 1981. So meny people longages and tonges. Philological essays in Scots and mediaeval English presented to Angus McIntosh Edinburgh: Benskin & Samuels. Blake, N. F. 1997. Review of Fisher 1996. Review of English Studies N. S. 48. 512–13. Brown, A. L. 1969. The Early History of the Clerkship of the Council. Glasgow: Glasgow University Publication NS 131. ———. 1971. “The Privy Seal clerks in the early fifteenth century”. The Study of Medieval Records: Essays in Honour of Kathleen Major ed.

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