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Title: The myroure of Oure Ladye, containing a devotional treatise on divine service, with a translation of the offices used by the sisters of the Brigittine monastery of Sion, at Isleworth, during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Edited from the original black-letter text of 1530 A.D., by John Henry Blunt.
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Transcribed from: The myroure of Oure Ladye, containing a devotional treatise on divine service, with a translation of the offices used by the sisters of the Brigittine monastery of Sion, at Isleworth, during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Edited from the original black-letter text of 1530 A.D., by John Henry Blunt.
Blunt, John Henry, 1823-1884., Gascoigne, Thomas, 1403-1458, supposed author., Syon Abbey (Isleworth, London, England)

London: Pub. for the Early English text society, by N. Trübner & co., 1873.
Subject terms:
Bridget, -- of Sweden, Saint, approximately 1303-1373.
Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Brigittine.
Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Syon abbey.
Bridgettines.
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Contents
And begynnyth the fyrste parte of thys Boke, that is called oure Ladyes myroure.
¶ Here begynneth the story and Seruice of the Sonday, and fyrste of rysynge to mattyns.