Promptorium Parvulorum Sive Clericorum, Dictionarius Anglo-latinus Princeps: Auctore Fratre Galfrido Grammatico Dicto, Ex Ordine Fratrum Predicatorum, Northfolciensi, Circa A. D. M.CCCC.XL. Olim Ex Officina Pynsoniana Editum, Nunc Ab Integro, Commentariolis Subjectis, Ad Fiden Codicum Recensuit Albertus Way, Volume 89

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sumptibus Societatis camdenensis, 1865 - English language
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Page 359 - The tongue of the sucking child cleaveth to the roof of his mouth for thirst: the young children ask bread, and no man breaketh it unto them.
Page 424 - Collection of words, phrases, names and allusions to customs, proverbs, etc., which have been thought to require illustration, in the works of English authors, particularly Shakespeare and his contemporaries, by Robert Nares,.
Page 350 - The COUNCIL of the CAMDEN SOCIETY desire it to be understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications ; the Editors of the several Works being alone responsible for the same.
Page 553 - Indices, calculated to give completeness and add usefulness to the Volume. The Council, desirous that a work of so much value to English Philologists should be made available to Scholars who are not Members of the Camden Society, propose to publish some separate copies of the entire work. The following Works have been added to the...
Page 503 - Ne avised, what way I would go, But by a venturous grace, I rise and walkt, sought pace and pace, Till I a winding staire found, And held the vice aye in my bond, And upward softly so gan creepe...
Page 556 - WE, the Auditors appointed to audit the Accounts of the Camden Society, report to the Society, that the Treasurer has exhibited to us an account of the Receipts and Expenditure...
Page 366 - It is not without reason that Erasmus thus bursts forth in contempt of the complicated sophistries of the Schools. " Deum immortalem! quale seculum erat hoc quum magno apparatu disticha Joannis Garlandini adolescentibus operosis ac prolixis commentariis enarrabantur." The. curious information, however, preserved in the Dictionarius of John de Garlandia, sometimes called de Gallandia or Gerlandus, may induce us to overlook the imperfect erudition of the period. The work has been edited with care by...
Page 552 - Sir Francis Drake's Memorable Service done against the Spaniards in 1587. Written by ROBERT LENG, Gentleman, one of his co-adventurers and fellowsoldiers. Edited by CLARENCE HOPPER, Esq. Inquiry into the Genuineness of a Letter dated February 3rd, 1613, and signed
Page 530 - Tocabulorum, the whyche is more redyer to fynden a latyn worde after the ABC. and englysshe therof folowynge for thys boke is thus ordened for to fynde a laten after ony maner of worde in englysshe for them that wyl lerne to wryte or speke latyn. and because that no man or chylde shall herafter haue ony diffyculte more to serche for ony latyn or englysshe worde. therfore we haue ordened this lybell in smal volum for to bynde with Ortus vocabulorum moost necessary for chyldren.
Page 373 - Britain published under the direction of the Master of the Rolls. It was, however, as I believe, from the treatise "De nominibus Utensilium " of Alexander Neccham that the compiler of the Promptorium derived a large number of Latin words.

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