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" Caste up his eyen to the brighte sonne, That in the signe of Taurus hadde y-ronne Twenty degrees and oon, and somwhat more ; And knew by kynde, and by noon other lore, That it was pryme, and crew with blisful stevene. ' The sonne,' he sayde, ' is clomben... "
The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper - Page 130
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The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer: With an Essay Upon His Language ..., Volume 3

Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Tyrwhitt - 1822
...complete, and ypassed were also, Sithen March ended, thritty dayes and two, Befell that Chaunteclere in all his pride, His seven wives walking him beside, Cast up his eyen to the brighte sonne, 15199 That in the signe of Taurus hadde yronne Twenty degrees and on, and somwhat more : He knew by...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury tales

1845
...complete, and ypassed were also, Sithen March ended, thritty dayes and two, Befell that Chaunteclere in all his pride, His seven wives walking him beside, Cast...of Taurus hadde yronne Twenty degrees and on, and somvvhat more : He knew by kind, and by non other lore, That it was prime, and crew with blisful steven....
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Selections from the Poetical Works of Geoffry Chaucer: With a Concise Life ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1847 - 296 pages
...complete, and ypassed were also, Sithen" March ended, thritty dayes and two, Befel that Chaunteclere in all his pride, His seven wives walking him beside, Cast...the signe of Taurus hadde yronne Twenty degrees and one, and somewhat more : He knew by kind,1 and by non other lore, That it was prime, and crew with...
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The Canterbury Tales

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1854 - 586 pages
...complete, and ypassed were also, Sithen March ended, thritty dayes and two, Befell that Chaunteclere in all his pride, His seven wives walking him beside, Cast...to the brighte sonne, That in the signe of Taurus had yronne Twenty degrees and on, and somwhat more : He knew by kind, and by non other lore, That it...
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The Canterbury Tales: From the Text and with the Notes and Glossary of ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1856
...also, Sithen March ended, thritty dayes and two, Befell that Chaunteclere in all his pride, His -even wives walking him beside, Cast up his eyen to the brighte sonne, That in the signe of Taurus had yronne Twenty degrees and on, and somwhat more : He knew by kind, and by non other lore, That it...
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Animaduersions Vppon the Annotacions and Corrections of Some Imperfections ...

George Henry Kingsley - 1865 - 171 pages
...two : [4] befill that Chanteclere in all his pride, his seven Wiues walkinge him beside, oast vppe his eyen to the bright[e] sonne, that in the signe of Taurus had yronne [8] Twentye degrees and one, & somewhat moore ; [&M/ «] the sonne, quod he, is olomben...
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Chaucer: Animaduersions Uppon the Annotacions and Corrections of Some ...

1865 - 171 pages
...two : [4] befill that Chanteclere in all his pride, his seven Wiues walkinge him beside, cast vppe his eyen to the bright[e] sonne, that in the signe of Taurus had yronne [8] Twentye degrees and one, & somewhat moore ; & knewe by kynde, & by noone other loore,...
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Chaucer: Animadversions Uppon the Annotacions and Corrections of Some ...

George Henry Kingsley - 1865 - 171 pages
...two : [4] befill that Chanteclere in all his pride, his seven Wiues walkinge him beside, cast vppe his eyen to the bright[e] sonne, that in the signe of Taurus had yronne [8] Twentye degrees and one, & somewhat moore ; ['so/ 43] & knewe by kynde, & by noone other...
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The Ellesmere ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1868 - 681 pages
...Bifel / that Chauntecleer / in al his pryde Hise seuene wyues / walkynge by his sydo Caste vp hise eyen / to the brighte sonne That in the signe of Taurus / hadde yronne 4384 Twenty degrees and oon / and som-what moore And knew by kynde / and by noon oother loore That...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1868 - 501 pages
...were also, Ntben March ended, thritty dayes and two, IMoll that Chaunteclere in all his pride, Ilia seven wives walking him beside, Cast up his eyen to the brighte sonne, Tío: in the signe of Taurus hadde yronne Twenty degrees and on, and somwhat more : He knew by kind,...
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