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Aldine Chaucer see Nicolas, Nicholas Harris, and Richard Morris, eds. The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Aldine Edition of the British Poets. 6 vols; orig. ed., 1845; rev. ed. London: Bell and Daldy, 1866.
“A Fifteenth-Century Book of Arms.” The Ancestor no. 3 (October, 1902): 185-213.
The Annual Register, or a View of the History of Politics and Literature for the Year 1776. London: Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall, 1777.
Extracts from the Buike of King Alexander the Conquerour, a MS. in the Library of Taymouth Castle, 1831. Bannatyne Club, 1834.
“Ancient Scottish Poetry.” Blackwood’s Magazine 37 (1835): 287-318.
Catalogue(s) of Additional Manuscripts .
Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years 1861-1875. [London]: the Trustees of the British Museum, 1887.
Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years 1876-1881: additional manuscripts 29,910-31,896, additional charters and rolls 24,746-27,004, detached seals and casts XLVL.1-LI.32, papyri CXII-CXVI, Egerton MSS. 2400-2600, Egerton charters and rolls 417-485. [London]: the Trustees of the British Museum, 1882.
Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years MDCCCLXXXVIII-MDCCCXCIII…. [London]: the Trustees of the British Museum, 1894.
Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years 1900-1905: additional manuscripts 36298-37232, Egerton manuscripts 2827-2861, additional charters and rolls 44891-54006, detached seals and casts CXLIII.1-CLII.3, papyri 739-1520, facsimiles of manuscripts 1-64. London: the Trustees of the British Museum, 1907.
Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years 1916-1920…. [London]: the Trustees of the British Museum, 1933.
Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years MDCCCCVI-MDCCCCX…. [London]: the Trustees of the British Museum, 1912.
Catalogue of Arundel Manuscripts. London, 1834.
“A Poetry Pasty.” Bodleian Library Record 5, no. 3 (July 1955): 164.
“J. O. Halliwell and the Bodleian.” Bodleian Library Record 2 (1946): 237-8.
Digital Facsimile of Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 48” .
The Chronicles of the White Rose of York: a series of historical fragments…reign of King Edward the Fourth London: James Bohn, 1845.
“Proceedings of the Congress.” Journal of the British Archaeological Association 30 (1874): 218-36.
“Antiquities, Etc.: Hymns of Richard Rolle.” British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and Ecclesiatical Information 9 (1836): 499-503.
Digital Facsimile of British Library MS Add. 22283 (‘Simeon’). 2014; http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Add_MS_22283.
“New Acquisitions at the National Museums: Victoria And Albert Museum: The Reid Gift—I.” Burlington Magazine 1 (Mar-May 1903): 389-90 plus plate facing 389.
The Canterbury Tales (a facsimile of the Pepys copy of Caxton’s Second Edition). London: Cornmarket Reprints in association with Magdalene College, Cambridge, 1972.
See Catalogue(s) of Additional Manuscripts .
Troilus and Crisyede. 2 vols. Chaucer Society 1st ser. 44, 65. London: Trübner, 1873; repr. New York and London: Johnson, 1967.
Essays on Chaucer. Chaucer Society 2nd ser. 2, 9, 16, 18-19, 29. London: the Society, 1900.
Digital Facsimile of Corpus Christi, Oxford MS 198 of the Canterbury Tales” .
Digital Scriptorium: Facsimile of Plimpton MS 253. Columbia University, 1996-.
Digital Scriptorium: Huntington Library MS HM 144. Columbia University, 1996-.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography .
“Rhyming Chronicle of the Kings of England (William I to Edward IV From the Ipswich Great Doomsday Volume, Book VI.” East Anglian n.s. 1 (1885): 38-41.
East Anglian 2 (Jan.1864-July 1866).
The East Anglian 3 (1867): 327.
The History of Sir Eger. Glasgow, Robert Sanders, 1669 (Wing 2139).
The History of Sir Eger. Glasgow, Sanders (?1687) (‘Huntington’ text; Wing 2140).
The History of Sir Eger. Aberdeen, 1711 (‘Douce’ text).
The Ellesmere Chaucer Reproduced in Facsimile. 2 vols. Preface by Alix Egerton. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1911.
See Brand, John. Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain. London: G. Bell, 1849; rev. ed., Sir Henry Ellis 3 vols. London: Bohn, 1849.
Early Manuscripts at Oxford University: Facsimile of Oxford, Balliol MS 354. (http://image.ox.ac.uk/show?collection=balliol&manuscript=ms354).
Poems in the Scottish Dialect by Several Celebrated Poets. Glasgow: R. Foulis, 1748.
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“Poems, written in English, by Charles Duke of Orleans, during his Captivity in England, after the Battle of Agincourt.” Gentleman’s Magazine n.s. 17 (May, 1842): 459-72.
“Ancient English Poems: from a Manuscript Belonging to J. W. Dod, Esq. of Cloverley, M.P. for the Northern Division of Salop.” Gentleman’s Magazine n.s. 29 (June 1848): 612-14.
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Second Report, with Appendix. (1874).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Third Report, with Appendix. (1872).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Fourth Report, with Appendix. (1874).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Fifth Report, with Appendix. (1876).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Sixth Report, with Appendix. (1877-78).
Historical Manuscripts Commission Ninth Report: Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Most Hon. The Marquis of Salisbury, K. G., etc., preserved at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. 24 vols. (1883-84, with addenda to 1976).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Tenth Report, Appendix, Part V: The Manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde, The Earl of Fingall, The Corporations of Waterford, Galway, etc. (1885).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Twelfth Report, Appendix, Part IX: The Manuscripts of the Duke of Beaufort, K. G., The Earl of Donoughmore, and others. (1891).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Report on Manuscripts in the Welsh Language. 2 vols. in 7 (1898-1910) [numbered 48 in Guide].
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Eighth Report. 3 vols. in 5 (1907-9); vol. 1 corrected and re-issued in 3 pts.
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Report on the Manuscripts of Lord Middleton, [formerly] preserved at Wollaton Hall, Nottinghamshire. (1911).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, Report on the Manuscripts of… Ashby de la Zouche. 4 vols. (1928-47).
Historical Manuscripts Commission, An Inventory of the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Roxburghshire. Edinburgh, 1956.
See Ellis, Sir Henry, ed. Holinshed’s Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 6 vols. London: Johnson, 1807-08.
The actis and deidis of schir W. Wallace, knicht of Ellerslie. Edinburgh: Lekpreuik, 1570 (STC 13149).
The Muses Mercury, or, The monthly miscellany London : Andrew Bell, 1707.
The Romaunce of the Sowdone of Babyloyne and of Ferumbras his Sone who conquerede Rome. Roxburghe Club [71] London: W. Nicol, Shakespeare Press, 1854; ed. by W. Nichol?.
The Oxford English Dictionary .
See Dearmer, Percy, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Martin Shaw. The Oxford Book of Carols. London: Oxford UP, 1928.
See Auden, Wystan Hugh, ed. The Oxford Book of Light Verse. Oxford: Clarendon, 1938.
See Cecil, Lord David. The Oxford Book of Christian Verse. Oxford: Clarendon, 1940.
See Quiller-Couch, A. The Oxford Book of English Verse. Oxford: Clarendon, 1939.
See Buck, Percy Carter, ed. The Oxford History of Music rev. ed. 7 vols. London: Oxford UP, 1929-38.
See Smith, William George. The Oxford Dictionary of English Proverbs. Oxford: Clarendon, 1935; rev. ed. 1948.
See Chambers, Edmund Kerchever. The Oxford Book of Sixteenth Century Verse. Oxford: Clarendon, 1932, and subsequent editions.
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“Chansun del secle (A Song of the World).” Classical Museu 6 (1849): 466-70; by "P. R.".
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS 61 of Troilus & Criseyde .
See Ritson, Joseph. The Caledonian Muse. London: Triphook, 1821; orig. printed 1785.
Lyf of St. Ursula [facsimiles from de Worde 1509, STC 24541.3 and STC 17014.7] Roxburghe Club 24. London: From the Shakespeare Press, by W. Bulmer and Co., 1818.
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. An Inventory of the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Roxburghshire. 2 vols. Edinburgh: The Commission, 1956.
See Morris, Richard, and Walter William Skeat, eds. Specimens of Early English , Pt. I, A.D. 1150-A.D.1300. Oxford: Clarendon, 1882, 2nd ed. 1885; Pt. II, A.D. 1298-A.D.1393, Oxford: Clarendon, 1872, 2nd ed. 1894; Pt. III. Orig. published separately, 1871.
See Morris, Richard, and Walter William Skeat, eds. Specimens of Early English , Pt. I, A.D. 1150-A.D.1300. Oxford: Clarendon, 1882, 2nd ed. 1885; Pt. II, A.D. 1298-A.D.1393, Oxford: Clarendon, 1872, 2nd ed. 1894; Pt. III. Orig. published separately, 1871.
Catalogue of Western and Oriental manuscripts and miniatures…the 10th December, 1962. London: Messrs. Sotheby & Co., 1962.
Facsimile of London, British Library, MS Harley 978, f. 11v” .
The Whole Prophesie of Scotland, England, & some part of France, and Denmark. Edinburgh: Waldegrave, 1603 (STC 17841.7).
The Poems of Geoffrey Chaucer. 5 vols. Chiswick: C. Whittington, 1822.
Facsimile of UPenn Ms. Codex 111 .
Facsimile of UPenn Ms. Codex 196 .
Facsimile of UPenn Ms. Codex 201 .
Digital Scriptorium: Facsimile of New York, Columbia University, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Plimpton MS 256 .
Digital Facsimile of British Library MS Royal 18 D II. 2015; http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Royal_MS_18_D_II.
Digital Facsimile of British Library MS Harley 2946. 2015; http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/record.asp?MSID=4009.
Digital Facsimile of U.S. National Library of Medicine (Bethesda, MD) MS E 4. https://collections.nlm.nih.gov/bookviewer?PID=nlm:nlmuid-100899906-bk.
Acker, Paul. “Harvard MS 1032: Exemplary Verse Concerning Charlemagne and Theobald.” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 87 (1986): 354-64.
Acker, Paul. “An Unedited Middle English Religious Lyric (IMEVS 250.3) in Plimpton MS Add. 2.” Notes and Queries n. s. 46 (1999): 12.
Ackerman, Robert W., ed. Syre Gawaine and the Carle of Carlyle. University of Michigan Contributions in Modern Philology 8 Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1947.
Adam, E., ed. Torrent of Portyngale EETS e.s. 51 (1887), repr. 1973.
Adams, Joseph Quincy. Chief Pre-Shakespearean Dramas. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1924.
Addington, Henry. Some Account of the Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, at Dorchester, Oxfordshire. Oxford: CK, 1845.
Adler, Guido, and M. Kaluza. “über die Richard Rolle de Hampole zugeschriebene Paraphrase der sieben Busspsalmen.” Englische Studien 10 (1887): 215-55.
Adler, Guido, and Oswald Koller. Secchs trienter Codices geistliche un weltliche Kompositionen des XV.Jhs. II. Auswahl. Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Osterreich 11 (1) (1904).
Albrecht, William Price.The Loathly Lady in Thomas of Erceldoune with a text of the poem printed in 1652.” Language and Literature 11. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico, 1954.
Albrecht, William Price. “A Seventeenth-century Text of Thomas of Erceldoune.” Medium Ævum 23 (1954): 88-95.
Alexander, Jonathan, and Paul Binski, eds. The Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagenet England, 1200-1400. London: Royal Academy of Arts in assoc. with Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1987.
Allen, Robert. An Alphabet of the Holy Proverbs of King Solomon (STC 362). London: R. Robinson for R. Dexter, 1596.
Allen, Hope Emily. Writings Attributed to Richard Rolle. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1927.
Allen, Hope Emily. English Writings of Richard Rolle. Oxford: Clarendon, 1931.
Allen, Rosamund, ed. King Horn: An Edition Based on Cambridge University Library MS Gg 4.27. New York: Garland, 1984.
Amassian, Margaret. “A Verse Life of John of Bridlington.” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 71 (1970): 136-45.
Amours, François Joseph, ed. Scottish Alliterative Poems in Riming Stanzas. 2 vols. Scottish Text Society 27 (1892), 38 (1897); Edinburgh, London: Blackwood, 1892-1897.
Amours, François Joseph. The Original Chronicle of Andrew of Wyntoun. 6 vols. Scottish Text Society. 50, 53-4, 56-7, 63 Edinburgh, London: Blackwood, 1903-14.
Anderson, A. The Testament of Cresseid Compyled by Master Robert Henrison. Glasgow, 1663.
Anderson, Robert. The Works of the British Poets, or, Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain. 13 vols. Vol. 1. Edinburgh, 1793; London, 1795.
Andrew, Malcolm, and Ronald Waldron, eds. The Poems of the Pearl Manuscript: Pearl, Cleanness, Patience, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. London: Edward Arnold, and Berkeley: University of California, 1978; repr. York Medieval Texts, second series.
Apponyi, Sándor. Hungarica: Ungarn betreffende im Auslande gedruckte Bücher und Flugschriften, gesammelt und beschrieben von Graf Alexander Apponyi. 4 vols. Munich: J. Rosenthal, 1903-27.
Arber, Edward. An English Garner: Ingatherings from our history and literature. London, 1882.
Arber, Edward. The Revelation to the Monk of Evesham. Westminster: A. Constable, 1895.
Arber, Edward. The Surrey and Wyatt Anthology, 1509-1547 A.D. London, New York: Frowde, 1900.
Arber, Edward. The Dunbar Anthology, 1401-1508. London, New York: Frowde, 1901.
Arn, Mary-Jo, ed. Fortunes Stabilnes: Charles of Orleans’s English Book of Love. A Critical Edition. Binghamton, NY: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1994.
Arngart, Olof Sigrid. The Proverbs of Alfred: an emended text. Lund: Liber Laromedel/Gleerup, 1955.
Arngart, Olof Sigrid. Two English Border Ballads: The Battle of Otterburn, Hunting of the Cheviot. Acta Universitatis Lundensis, Sectio 1, Theologica, juridica, humaniora 18. Lund: Gleerup, 1973.
Arngart, Olof Sigrid. “The Hunting of the Cheviot Ballad.” English Studies 72 (1991): 401-13 [a reconstructed text].
Arnold, Thomas, ed. Symeonis Monachi Opera Omnia. Rolls Series 75 2 vols. (1882-85; repr. Kraus, 1965).
Arnold, Thomas, ed. Memorials of St. Edmund’s Abbey. 3 vols. Rolls Series 96 (1890-96); repr. Kraus, 1965).
Arthur, H., viscount Dillon “On a Manuscript Collection of Ordinances of Chivalry.” Archaeologia 57 (1900-01): 29-70.
Ashbee, Charles Robert. The Flower and the Leaf. London: Essex House, 1902.
Ashburnham, Bertram. Catalogue of the Manuscripts at Ashburnham Place. 2 vols. plus Appendix volume. London: C. F. Hodgson, [1849]-1864.
Ashe, Laura. “The ‘Short Charter of Christ’: An Unpublished Longer Version, from Cambridge University Library MS Add. 6686.” Medium Aevum 72 (2003): 32-44.
Ashmole, Elias. Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum. London: J. Grimond, 1652.
Ashmole, Elias. The Institution, Laws & Ceremonies of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. London: 1672.
Ashmole, Elias. The Antiquities of Berkshire. 3 vols. London: E. Curll, 1719.
Ashton, John, ed. A Ballade of the Scottysshe Kyng London: Elliot Stock, 1882.
Ashton, John, ed. A Century of Ballads. London, Elliot Stock, 1887.
Aspin, Isabel Stewart Tod. Anglo-Norman Political Songs. Oxford: Clarendon, 1953.
Astle, Thomas. “An Ancient Poem,” The Antiquarian Repertory. Thomas Astle, and Francis Grose, eds. 4 vols. London: Blyth, Sewell, Evans, 1775.
Atkins, John William Hey, ed. The Owl and Nightingale. Cambridge: UP, 1922.
Auden, Wystan Hugh, ed. The Oxford Book of Light Verse. Oxford: Clarendon, 1938.
Auden, Wystan Hugh, and Norman Holmes Pearson, eds. Poets of the English Language. Viking Portable Library vol. 1. New York, 1950.
Ault, Norman. Elizabethan Lyrics from the Original Texts. 3rd ed. New York: W. Sloane, 1949.
Aurner, Nellie Slayton. Caxton: Mirror of fifteenth-century letters; a study of the literature of the first English press. London: Philip Allan, 1926; repr. New York: Russel & Russel, 1965.
Austin, W. Cutenho, Farley Hospital, and Kurigge. Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society 5 Bedford: Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, 1920.
Axon, William Edward Armytage. Cheshire Gleanings. Manchester, 1884.
Axon, William Edward Armytage. “The Symbolism of the ‘Five Wounds of Christ’.” Transactions of the Lancashire and Chesire Antiquarian Society 10 (1892): 67-77.
Axton, Richard. “Interpretations of Judas in Middle English Literature.” Religion in the Poetry and Drama of the Late Middle Ages. Piero Boitani, and Anna Torti, eds. Cambridge: University Press, 1990, 179-97.
Aytoun, William Edmondstone. The Ballads of Scotland. 2 vols. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1858 et seq.
B., E. “An Old Charm.” Notes and Queries 6th series 1 (1880): 54.
B., . “Syr Orfeo” Scottish Antiquary, or Northern Notes & Queries 16 (1901): 30-8.
B[esly], John. A Collection of Antiquarian Tracts relating to the North of England. Newcastle: Richardson, 1845; repr. 1847.
Babington, Churchill, ed. The Repressor of Over Much Blaming of the Clergy, by Reginald Pecock. 2 vols. Rolls Series 19 (1860; repr. Kraus, 1966).
Babington, Churchill, and Joseph Rawson Lumby, eds. Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden Monachi Cestrensis. 9 vols. Rolls Series 41 (1865-66; repr. Kraus, 1964).
Badham, Sally, and Paul Cockerham. “Catalogue of the pre-Reformation monuments of St Botolph’s, Boston.” In Badham, Sally, and Paul Cockerham. ‘The beste and fayrest of al Lincolnshire’: the Church of St Botolph, Boston, Lincolnshire, and its medieval monuments. Oxford, England : Archaeopress, 2012, p. 170-225 (188).
Badham, Sally, and Paul Cockerham. ‘The beste and fayrest of al Lincolnshire’: the Church of St Botolph, Boston, Lincolnshire, and its medieval monuments. Oxford, England : Archaeopress, 2012.
Baildon, Henry Bellyse. The Poems of William Dunbar. Cambridge: University Press, 1907.
Baird, Ian. “The Poems Called Flodden Field.” Notes and Queries n.s. 28 [226] (1981): 15-19.
Baker, Donald C. “‘Therfor to wepe, cum lerne of me’: a planctus fragment in MS. Corpus Christi College Oxford F.261.” Medium Ævum 38 (1969): 291-4.
Baker, Donald C., and J. L. Murphy. “Introduction.” The Digby Plays. Facsimiles of the Plays in Bodley MSS Digby 133 and e Museo 160. Leeds Texts and Monographs. Medieval Drama Facsimiles 3. Leeds: University of Leeds School of English, 1976.
Baker, Donald C., J. L. Murphy, and L. B. Hall, eds. The Digby Plays. EETS o.s. 283 (1982).
Baker, Donald C. “The Missing Troilus Fragment.” The Library. 6th ser., vol. 4 (1982): 35-8.
Baker, Donald C. “‘De Arte Lacrimandi’: A Supplement and Some Corrections.” Medium Ævum 52 (1983): 222-5.
Banks, Mary Macleod, ed. Morte d’Arthur. New York: Longman, Green, 1900.
Banks, Mary Macleod, ed. An Alphabet of Tales: An English 15th-century translation of the Alphabetum Narrationum. EETS o.s. 126-127; repr. 1987 as one vol.
Banks, Mary Macleod. British Calendar Customs: Scotland. vol. 1. London: Folk-Lore Society, 1937.
Bannister, Arthur Thomas. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Hereford Cathedral Library. Hereford: Wilson & Phillips, 1929.
Barnicle, Mary Elizabeth. “The ‘Exemplum’ of the Penitent Usurer.” PMLA 33 (1918): 409-28.
Barnicle, Mary Elizabeth, ed. The Seege or Batayle of Troye. EETS o.s. 172 (1927); repr. 1971.
Barnum, Priscilla Heath, ed. Dives and Pauper. EETS 2 vols. o.s. 275 (1976) and o.s. 280 (1980).
Barratt, Alexandra. “A Middle English Lyric in an Old French Manuscript.” Medium Ævum 5 (1983): 226-9.
Barratt, Alexandra. “‘I am Rose’ Restored.” Notes and Queries n.s. 37 [235] (1990): 270.
Barratt, Alexandra. “Books for Nuns: Cambridge University Library MS Additional 3042.” Notes and Queries n. s. 44 (1996): 310-19.
Barratt, Alexandra, ed. Women’s Writing in Middle English. London: Longman, 1992.
Baskerville, Charles Read. “English Songs of the Night Visit.” PMLA 36 (1921): 565-615.
Baskerville, Charles Read. The Elizabethan Jig and related song drama. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1929.
Bateman, William. Billyng’s Five Wounds of Christ. Manchester: Dean, 1814.
Bateson, Mary, ed. George Ashby’s Poems. EETS e.s. 76 (1899), repr. 1965.
Bateson, Hartley, ed. Patience: a West Midland Poem of the Fourteenth Century. Manchester, 1912; repr. Norwood, PA: Norwood Editions, 1975.
Bauer, Clemens, Johannes Spörl, Laetittia Boeh, and Max Müller. Speculum historiale. Geschichte im Spiegel von Geschichtsschreibung und Geschichtsdeutung. Freiburg München, Alber, 1965.
Baugh, Albert Croll. A History of the English Language. New York: Appleton-Century, 1935; rev. ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1957.
Baugh, Albert Croll. “Richard Sellyng,” Essays and Studies in Honor of Carleton Brown. Carleton Fairchild Brown, and Percy Waldron, eds. Long New York: NYU Press, 1940: 167-81.
Baugh, Albert Croll. “A Fraternity of Drinkers.” Philologica: The Malone Anniversary Studies. Thomas Austin Kirby, and Henry Bosley Woolf, eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1949: 200-07.
Baugh, Nita Scudder. A Worcestershire Miscellany, compiled by John Northwood, c. 1400, edited from British Museum MS. Add. 37,787. Philadelphia, 1956.
Bauszus, H., ed. Die mittelenglische Romanze Sir Triamour. Königsberg, 1902.
Bawcutt, Priscilla J. The Shorter Poems of Gavin Douglas. Scottish Text Society 4th ser. 3. Edinburgh and London, 1967.
Bawcutt, Priscilla J., and Felicity Riddy, eds. Longer Scottish Poem. vol. 1: 1375-1650. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Pr., 1987.
Bawcutt, Priscilla J. “A Miniature Anglo-Scottish Flyting.” Notes and Queries n.s. 35 [233] (1988): 441-44.
Bawcutt, Priscilla J., and Felicity Riddy, eds. Selected Poems of Henryson and Dunbar. Edinburgh: 1992.
Bayne, Thomas. “Hay, Now the Day Dawis.” Notes and Queries 8th ser. 12 (1897): 384-5.
Bazire, Joyce, ed. The Metrical Life of St. Robert of Knaresborough, together with the other Middle English pieces in British Museum MS. Egerton 3143. EETS o.s. 228 (1953); repr. 1968.
Bazire, Joyce. “Mercy and Justice.” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 83 (1982): 178-91.
Bazire, Joyce. “‘Mercy and justice’: the Additional MS 31042 version.” Leeds Studies in English n.s. 16 (1985): 259-71.
Beadle, Richard, and Alfred E. B. Owen. The Findern Manuscript: Cambridge University Library MS. F.1.6. London: Scolar Press, 1977.
Beadle, Richard, and Jeremy Griffiths. “Introduction.” St. John’s College, Cambridge Manuscript L. 1. A Facsimile. Norman, OK: Pilgrim, and Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 1983.
Beadle, Richard, and Peter Meredith. “Introduction.” The York Plays. A Facsimile of British Library MS Additional 35290 together with A Facsimile of the Ordo Paginarum section of the A/Y Memorandum Book. Leeds Texts and Monographs. Medieval Drama Facsimiles 7. Leeds: University of Leeds, School of English, 1983.
Beadle, Richard. “Fifteenth-Century Political Verses from the Holkham Archives.” Medium Aevum 71 (2002): 101-21.
Beattie, William. “Introduction.” The Chepman and Myllar Prints: Nine Tracts from the First Scottish Press, Edinburgh, 1508 Followed by the Two other Tracts in the same Volume in the National Library of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1950.
Beatty, Arthur, ed. New Ploughman’s Tale: Thomas Hoccleve’s Legend of the Virgin and her sleeveless garment. Chaucer Society 2nd ser. 34. London: Trench, Trübner, 1902.
Bedwell, William, ed. The Turnament of Totenham. London, 1631, repr. 1718; repr. in Butcher , The Survey and Antiquities of the Towns of Stamford in the County of Lincoln and Tottenham in Middlesex (London, 1717): 137; repr. Robinson , The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Tottenham High Cross (Tottenham, 1818), Appendix 3.
Behre, Frank, ed. Thomas Castleford of Bek’s Chronicle of England. Götesborgs Högskolas Arsskrift 46, Göteborg: Elanders, 1940.
Behrend, M., ed. Die mittelenglisch Tale of Berin. Königsberg, 1921.
Bell, H. Idris. “Welsh Phonetic Copy of the Early English Hymn to the Virgin.” Anglia 36 (1912): 116-21.
Bell, Robert. Early Ballads Illustrative of History, Traditions, and Customs. London: G. Bell, 1877; orig. ed. 1856.
Bell, Robert, ed. Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. London: J.W. Parker, 1854-6; rev. Walter William Skeat 4 vols. London: G. Bell and Sons, 1878; orig. published 8 vols.
Bell, John, ed. The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. 14 vols. in 7. The Poets of Great Britain. Edinburgh, 1782; repr. London: Cadell and Davies, 1807.
Bell, Robert, ed. Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. 8 vols. Annotated Edition of the English Poets. London: Parker, 1854.
Bender, Robert M. Five Courtier Poets of the English Renaissance. New York, 1967.
Benham, Sir William Gurney. Benham’s Book of Quotations, proverbs, and household words. London: Harrap, 1948.
Benham, Allen Rogers. English Literature from Widsith to the death of Chaucer. New Haven: Yale UP, 1916; repr. New York: Phaeton, 1968.
Benham, Allen Rogers. The Processe of the Libel of English Policye. Seattle: Washington State University, 1922, 2nd ed. rev., 1926.
Bennett, Henry Stanley. England from Chaucer to Caxton. London: Methuen, 1928.
Bennett, Henry Stanley, ed. Quia amore Langueo. London: Faber and Faber, 1937.
Bennett, Henry Stanley. Chaucer and the Fifteenth Century. Oxford History of English Literature. Oxford: Clarendon, 1947.
Bennett, Henry Stanley. “Review of Sir Richard Roos, c. 1410-1482. Lancastrian Poet, by Ethel Seaton.” Review of English Studies. n.s. 13 (1962): 174-8.
Bennett, Jack Arthur Walter, ed. Devotional Pieces in Verse and Prose from Ms. Arundel 285 and Ms. Harleian 6919. Scottish Text Society 3rd ser. 23. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1955.
Bennett, Jack Arthur Walter. “A Middle English Inscription.” Notes and Queries 15th ser. 8 [176] (1939): 387-8.
Bennett, Jack Arthur Walter, and G. V. Smithers, eds. Early Middle English Verse and Prose. Oxford: Clarendon, 1966.
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Kölbing, Eugen. “Kleine Publicationen aus der Auchinleck-HS: V. Ueber die sieben todsünden.” Englische Studien 9 (1886): 42-6.
Kölbing, Eugen. “Kleine Publicationen aus der Auchinleck-HS: VI. Das Vater unser.” Englische Studien 9 (1886): 47-9.
Kölbing, Eugen. “Kleine Publicationen aus der Auchinleck-HS: VII. Psalm L.” Englische Studien 9 (1886): 49-50.
Kölbing, Eugen. “Kleine Publicationen aus der Auchinleck-Handschrift VIII: Die Feinde des Menschen.” Englische Studien 9 (1886): 440-3.
Kölbing, Eugen. Ipomedon.in drei englischen Bearbeitungen. Breslau: Koebner, 1889.
Kölbing, Eugen. Arthour and Merlin. Altenglische Bibliothek 4. Leipzig: Reisland, 1890.
Kölbing, Eugen. “Review of Zwei mittelenglische geschichten aus der hölle, ed. Anne L. Leonhard (Zurich, 1891).Englische Studien 17 (1892): 87-92.
Kölbing, Eugen, and M. Day, eds. The Siege of Jerusalem, from Bodleian MS. Laud Misc. 656. EETS o.s. 188 (1932); repr. 1988.
Kölbing, Eugen. Zur Charakteristik John Skelton’s…. Stuttgart: Druck von Streeker & Schröder, 1904.
Köster, Hans. Huchown’s Pistel of swete Susan: kritische Ausgabe. Quellen und Forschungen 76. Strassburg: Trübner, 1895.
Lack, William, Martin Stuchfield, and Philip Whittemore. The monumental brasses of Bedfordshire. London: Monumental Brass Society, 1992.
Laing, David. Select Remains of the Ancient Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland. Edinburgh: 1822; rev. J. Small , Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1885; rev. W. C. Hazlitt , Early Popular Poetry of Scotland, London: Reeves and Turner, 1895..
Laing, David. Select Remains of the Ancient Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland. Edinburgh: 1822; rev. J. Small , Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1885; rev. W. C. Hazlitt , “Early Popular Poetry of Scotland” , London: Reeves and Turner, 1895.
Laing, David. Select Remains of the Ancient Popular and Romance Poetry of Scotland. Edinburgh: 1822; rev. J. Small , Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1885; rev. W. C. Hazlitt , “Early Popular Poetry of Scotland” , London: Reeves and Turner, 1895.
Laing, David, ed. The Buke of the Howlat. Bannatyne Club 3. Edinburgh: Ballantyne, 1823; repr. 1882; repr. Hunterian Club 1880.
Laing, David, ed. Early Metrical Tales, including the History of Sir Egeir, Sir Gryme and Sir Gray-Steill. Edinburgh: Laing, 1826.
Laing, David, ed. The Knightly Tale of Golagros and Gawane and other ancient poems. repr. of Chepman and Myllar 1508. Edinburgh, 1827.
Laing, David, ed. The Bannatyne Miscellany. 3 vols. Bannatyne Club 19. Edinburgh, 1827.
Laing, David, ed. The Buik of…Alexander. Bannatyne Club 46. Edinburgh, 1831, 1834.
Laing, David, ed. Collection of Ancient Scottish Prophecies. Bannatyne Club 44. Edinburgh: Ballantyne, 1833.
Laing, David. The Poems of William Dunbar. 2 vols. Edinburgh: Laing and Forbes, 1834; Supplement, 1865.
Laing, David, and William Barclay David Donald Turnbull, eds. Owain Miles &c. Edinburgh, 1837.
Laing, David, ed. The Seven Sages, in Scotish Metre. repr. from the 1578 edition. Bannatyne Club 57. Edinburgh, 1837.
Laing, David, ed. Sire Degarre. Abbotsford Club 28. Edinburgh: Laurie, 1849.
Laing, David, ed. A Penni Worth of Witte, Florice and Blauncheflour…. Abbotsford Club 29. Edinburgh, 1857.
Laing, David. The Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson. Edinburgh: Paterson, 1865.
Laing, David. The Conversyon of Swerers: a Joyfull Medytacyon…. Abbotsford Club. Edinburgh, 1865; anonymous.
Laing, David. Adversaria. Bannatyne Club 115. Edinburgh: Constable, 1867.
Laing, David. A compendius book of Psalms…commonly known as The Gude and Godlie Ballates. Edinburgh: Paterson, 1868; orig. published Edinburgh: Ros, 1578; repr. Mitchell, 1897.
Laing, David, ed. The Orygynale Cronykil of Scotland. 3 vols. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1872-79.
Laing, Margaret, and Angus McIntosh. “Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS D. 375: An Historical Puzzle.” Notes and Queries n.s. 29 [227] (1982): 484-7.
Laing, Margaret. Catalogue of sources for a Linguistic Atlas of Early Medieval English. Cambridge: UP, 1993.
Laing, Margaret, and Roger Lass, eds. A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English, 1150-1325. = ‘LAEME’. Edinburgh: © 2007- The University of Edinburgh [Index numbers refer to Margaret Laing, A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English, “Index of Sources”].
Laird, Charlton. “A Fourteenth Century Scribe.” Modern Language Notes 55 (1940): 601-3.
Lambarde, William. Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum & Historicum. London: Gyle, 1730.
Lamond, Elizabeth, ed. Walter of Henley’s Husbandry. London, New York: Longmans, Green, 1890.
Langbaine, Gerald. “Adversaria” An Account of the English Dramatick Poets. London, 1691. re: Bodl. 8617 (apparently in Wood) [0.3]; may have something to do with children’s rhymes.
Laskaya, Anna, and Eve Salisbury, eds. The Middle English Breton Lays. Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University for TEAMS, 1995.
Lass, Roger. “Three Middle English Cautionary Lyrics from a Yale University Ms.” Anglia 83 (1965): 172-5.
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