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The visions of Tundale; together with metrical moralizations and other fragments of early poetry, hitherto inedited.

Other records:
Standardized Title:
Visio Tnugdali.
Publication:
Edinburgh, T.G. Stevenson, 1843.
Series:
[Hazlitt tracts, v. 1, no. 1]
Format/Description:
Book
xi, 163, [1] p. front. 22 cm.
Subjects:
English poetry -- Middle English, 1100-1500.
Manuscripts, English (Middle) -- Scotland -- Edinburgh.
Place of Publication:
Scotland Edinburgh.
Contents:
Tundale.
Trentalle Sancti Gregorii.
The Circunsision.
The Ephyphanye.
The purification Marie.
The Incarnacion.
Ecce ancilla Domini.
Ave Regina celorum.
The masse.
That pes may stond.
Verbum caro factum est.
Deo gracias.
Notes:
Alex. Laurie & Co., Printers to Her Majesty."--T.p. verso.
Edited by W.B.D.D. Turnbull, from a manuscript of the 15th century, preserved in the Advocates' library (Jac. v. 7, 27)--Cf. Introduction
For the Vision of Tundal see H.L.D. Ward's Catalogue of romances in the British museum, 1893, vol. II, p. 416-434.
"Impression: eighty copies on small paper; twenty-four copies on large paper; one copy on vellum."--T.p. verso.
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy is small paper copy.
Culture Class Collection copy inscribed to Mr. Rodd, 9 Great Newport Street, Long Acre, London from J. Walter K. Eyton, Elgin Villa, 28th November 1843.
Culture Class Collection copy has written annotation.
Penn Provenance:
Rodd, T. (inscription)
Eyton, J. Walter K. (autograph)
Penn Chronology:
1843
Contributor:
Turnbull, William B. (William Barclay), 1811-1863, ed.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
American Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
6186926
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