There are 146 items in this collection
- Adam Davy's 5 dreams about Edward II. The Life of St. Alexius. Solomon's book of wisdom. St. Jeremie's 15 tokens before doomsday. The Lamentacion of souls ... from the Laud ms. 622 in the Bodleian library, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS OS 69 (1878).
- Prose life of Alexander, ed. J.S. Westlake, EETS OS 143 (1913 for 1911).
- The wars of Alexander: an alliterative romance translated chiefly from the Historia Alexandri Magni de preliis ... from ms. Ashmole 44, in the Bodleian library, Oxford, and ms. D.4.12, in the library of Trinity college, Dublin, ed. W.W. Skeat, EETS ES 47 (1886).
- Alphabet of tales : an English 15th century translation of the Alphabetum narrationum of Etienne de Besançon..., ed. M. M. Banks, EETS OS 126-127 (1904-05).
- The assembly of gods: or, The accord of reason and sensuality in the fear of death, ed. O.L. Triggs, University of Chicago English Studies no. 1 (1895).
- The babees book, Aristotle's A B C, Urbanitatis, Stans puer ad mensam, The lvtille childrenes lvtil boke, The bokes of nurture of Hugh Rhodes and John Russell, Wynkyn de Worde's Boke of keruynge, The booke of demeanor, The boke of curtasye, Seager's Schoole of vertue, &c. &c. with some French and latin poems on like subjects, and some forewords on education in early England, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS OS 32 (1868).
- The romance of Sir Beues of Hamtoun ... from six manuscripts and the old printed copy, ed. E. Kölbing, EETS ES 46, 48, 65 (1885, 1886, 1894).
- Bible. A fourteenth century English Biblical version, ed. Anna C. Paues (Cambridge, 1904)
- Bible. The Holy Bible ... in the earliest English versions made ... by John Wycliffe and his followers, ed. J. Forshall and F. Madden (Oxford, 1850).
- Caxton's Blanchardyn and Eglantine..., ed. L. Kellner, EETS OS 58 (1890).
- A Common-place book of the fifteenth century, containing a religious play and poetry, legal forms and local accounts, printed from the original ms. at Brome Hall, Suffolk [Book of Brome], ed. L. Toulmin Smith (London, 1886).
- The book of quinte essence or the fifth being..., ed. F. J. Furnivall, EETS OS 16 (1889).
- Lyf of the noble and Crysten prynce, Charles the Grete, translated from the French by William Caxton, ed. S. J.H. Herrtage, EETS OS 36-37 (1880-81).
- The Middle English charters of Christ ... , ed. M.C. Spalding (Bryn Mawr, 1914).
- The Brut, or the chronicles of England ... from Ms. Raw. B171, Bodleian Library, &c., ed. F. W. D. Brie, EETS 131, 136 (1906, 1908).
- An English chronicle of the reigns of Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI written before the year 1471; with an appendix, containing the 18th and 19th years of Richard II and the Parliament at Bury St. Edmund's, 25th Henry VI and supplementary additions from the Cotton. ms. chronicle called "Eulogium", ed. J.S. Davies, Camden Society 64 (1856).
- The English conquest of Ireland : A.D. 1166-1185 .... Part I, the text, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS OS 107 (1896).
- The dethe of James Kynge of Scotis, translated by John Shirley, as printed from BL Add 5467 in Miscellanea Scotica 2 (1818), p. 5-29.
- Cleanness. Purity, a Middle English poem, ed. R.J. Menner, Yale Studies in English 61 (1920).
- Companion to Rolle [Works not by Rolle extracted from: Yorkshire writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole ... and his followers], ed. C. Horstmann (London, 1895-96).
- Two fifteenth-century cookery-books : Harleian MS. 279 (ab 1430), & Harl. MS. 4016 (ab. 1450), with extracts from Ashmole MS. 1439, Laud MS. 553, & Douce MS. 55, ed. T. Austin, EETS OS 91 (1888).
- Cursor mundi (The cursur o the world): a Northumbrian poem of the XIVth century in four versions, ed. R. Morris, EETS OS 57,59,62,66,68,99,101 (1874,1875,1876,1877,1878,1892,1893).
- Destruction of Troy. The "Gest hystoriale" of the destruction of Troy: an alliterative romance tr. from Guido de Colonna's "Hystoria troiana", ed. G.A. Panton and D. Donaldson, EETS OS 39, 56 (1869, 1874).
- An anthology of Chancery English, ed. J. H. Fisher, M. Richardson, J. L. Fisher, (Knoxville, 1984).
- English gilds : the original ordinances of more than one hundred early English gilds : together with The olde Usages of the cite of Wynchestre; the Ordinances of Worcester; the Office of the Mayor of Bristol; and the Costomary of the Manor of Tettenhall-Regis : from manuscripts of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, ed. Toulmin Smith, EETS OS 40 (1870).
- Lincoln diocese documents, 1450-1544, ed. A. Clark, EETS OS 149 (1914).
- Medieval records of a London city church : churchwardens' accounts and memoranda, ed. H. Littlehales, EETS OS 125, 128 (1904-05).
- Fifty earliest English wills in the Court of Probate, London : A. D. 1387-1439 : with a priest's of 1454, ed. F. J. Furnivall, EETS OS 78 (1882).
- The right plesaunt and goodly historie of the foure sonnes of Aymon. Englisht from the French by William Caxton, and printed by him about 1489, ed. O. Richardson, EETS ES 45 (1884).
- Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, ed. J.R.R. Tolkien and E.V. Gordon; rev. N. Davis (Oxford, 1967).
- Generydes, a romance in seven-line stanzas ... from the unique paper ms. in Trinity college, Cambridge, ed. W. Aldis Wright, EETS OS 55, 70 (1873, 1878).
- Early English versions of the Gesta Romanorum, ed. S.J.H. Herrtage, EETS ES 33 (1879).
- The romance of Guy of Warwick: the first or 14th-century version, ed. J. Zupitza, EETS ES 42, 49, 59 (1883, 1887, 1891).
- The romance of Guy of Warwick: the second or 15th-century version ... from the paper ms. Ff. 2. 38. in the University Library, Cambridge, ed. J. Zupitza, EETS ES 25-26 (1875-76).
- Hali Meidenhad : an alliterative homily of the thirteenth century, ed. O. Cockayne; rev. F.J. Furnivall, EETS OS 18 (1922).
- Altenglische dichtungen des ms. Harl. 2253., ed. K. Böddeker (Berlin, 1878).
- The Harley lyrics, ed. G.L. Brook (Manchester, 1948); collated with the MS by F. McSparran.
- The lay of Havelok the Dane, ed. W.W. Skeat, EETS ES 4 (1868).
- Middle English humorous tales in verse, ed. G.H. McKnight (Boston, 1913).
- Hymns to the Virgin & Christ, the Parliament of devils, and other religious poems, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS OS 24 (1867).
- The Lyfe of Ipomydon, ed. Tadahiro Ikegami (Seijo University, 1983).
- Iacob and Iosep; a Middle English poem of the thirteenth century, ed. A.S. Napier (Oxford, 1916).
- Joseph of Arimathie : otherwise called The romance of the Seint Graal, or Holy Grail: an alliterative poem ... from the Vernon ms., ed. W.W. Skeat, EETS OS 44 (1871).
- King Horn; a Middle-English romance, ed. J. Hall (Oxford, 1901).
- The lanterne of li3t ... from ms. Harl. 2324, ed. L. M. Swinburn, EETS OS 151 (1917).
- The Laud Troy book, ed. J.E. Wülfing, EETS OS 121, 122 (1902).
- Legends of the holy rood; symbols of the passion and cross poems, ed. R.Morris, EETS OS 46 (1871).
- The early South-English legendary ; or lives of saints. I. Ms. Laud, 108, in the Bodleian library, ed. C. Horstmann, EETS OS 87 (1887).
- Altenglische legenden : Kindheit Jesu, Geburt Jesu, Barlaam und Josaphat, St. Patrik's Fegefeuer, ed. C. Horstmann (Paderborn, 1875).
- Sammlung altenglischer legenden, ed. C. Horstmann (Heilbronn, 1878).
- Altenglische legenden, neue folge, ed. C. Horstmann (Heilbronn, 1881).
- Life of soul : an edition from MS Laud Misc. 210, ed. P. Schaffner (Ithaca, 1999).
- Mandeville's travels : the Egerton version, ed. G.F. Warner, from The buke of John Mandeuill, being the ... English version from the unique copy (Egerton ms. 1982) in the British Museum, Roxburghe Club 119 (1889).
- Mandeville's travels : the Cotton version, ed. P. Hamelius, from Mandeville's travels ... from Ms. Cotton Titus C.XVI in the British Museum, EETS OS 153, 154 (1919, 1923).
- Merlin : or, the early history of King Arthur : a prose romance, ed. H.B. Wheatley, EETS OS 10, 21, 36, 112 (1899).
- Le morte Arthur, a romance in stanzas of eight lines ... from ms. Harley 2252, in the British museum, ed. J.D. Bruce, EETS ES 88 (1903).
- The alliterative Morte Arthure, ed. V. Krishna (New York, 1976).
- Octovian (Cambridge, University Library, MS Ff.2.38), ed. from the MS by F. McSparran.
- Octovian (Lincoln, Dean, and Chapter Library, MS 91), ed. from the MS by F. McSparran.
- Old English homilies and homiletic treatises (Sawles warde, and Pe wohunge of Ure Lauerd: Ureisuns of Ure Louerd and of Ure Lefdi, &c.) of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, ed. R. Morris, EETS OS 29, 34 (1867-68).
- Old English homilies of the twelfth century : from the unique ms. B. 14. 52. in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge : Second series, with three thirteenth century hymns from ms. 54 D.4.14 in Corpus Christi College, ed. R. Morris, EETS 53 (1873).
- An Old English miscellany containing a bestiary, Kentish sermons, Proverbs of Alfred, religious poems of the thirteenth century, ed. R. Morris, EETS OS 49 (1872).
- The Ormulum, with the notes and glossary of R.M. White, ed. R. Holt (Oxford, 1878).
- The owl and the nightingale (MS Cotton)
- The owl and the nightingale (MS Jes. Col. 29)
- Pearl, ed. E.V. Gordon (Oxford, 1953).
- Pierce the Ploughmans crede, ed. W.W. Skeat, EETS OS 30 (1867)
- Die Kildare-gedichte; die ältesten mittelenglischen denkmäler in anglo-irischer überlieferung, ed. W. Heuser (Bonn, 1904).
- Scottish alliterative poems in riming stanzas, ed. F.J. Amours, Scottish Text Society, 1891-2 and 1896-7.
- Political, religious, and love poems, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS OS 15 (1866).
- The minor poems of the Vernon ms. ... (with a few from the Digby mss. 2 and 86) ..., ed. C. Horstmann (part 1) and F.J. Furnivall (part 2), EETS OS 98, 117 (1892, 1901).
- Twenty-six political and other poems (including 'Petty Job') from the Oxford mss. Digby 102 and Douce 322, ed. D.J. Kail, EETS OS 124 (1904).
- The pricke of conscience, ed. R. Morris (Berlin, for the Philogical Society, 1863).
- The earliest complete English prose Psalter, together with eleven canticles and a translation of the Athanasian creed, ed. K.D. Bülbring, EETS OS 97 (1891).
- Ratis raving, and other moral and religious pieces, in prose and verse, ed. J.R. Lumby, EETS OS 43 (1870).
- The English register of Godstow nunnery, near Oxford : written about 1450. Parts 1-2., ed. A. Clark, EETS OS 129, 130 (1905-06).
- The English register of Oseney abbey / by Oxford, written about 1460. Parts 1-2., ed. A. Clark, EETS OS 133, 144 (1907, 1913).
- Religious pieces in prose and verse, ed. G.G. Perry, rev. ed., EETS 26 (1914).
- Thirde Order of Seynt Franceys for the brethren and susters of the Order of Penitentis, ed. W. W. Seton in EETS OS 148 (1914).
- Rewle of Sustris Menouresses enclosid ... from a XVth century MS. (MS. Bodl. 585), ed. W. W. Seton in EETS OS 148 (1914).
- Generall rule to teche euery man that is willynge for to lerne, to serve a lorde or mayster in euery thyng to his plesure ... from a XVth century MS. in the British Museum (MS. Addl. 37969), ed. R.W. Chambers in EETS OS 148 (1914).
- S. Editha, sive Chronicon vilodunense im Wiltshire dialekt, aus Ms. Cotton. Faustina B IIIC, ed. C. Horstmann (Heilbronn, 1883).
- Þe Liflade of St. Juliana, ed. O. Cockayne, EETS OS 51 (1872).
- Sawles warde, (Kendal, 1938).
- Three prose versions of the Secreta Secretorum, ed. R. Steele, EETS ES 74 (1898).
- The siege of Jerusalem, ed. E. Kölbing and M. Day, EETS 188 (1932).
- The Stonor letters and papers, 1290-1483, ed. C.L. Kingsford, Camden Society, ser. 3, vols. 29 and 30 (1919).
- A talk of ten wives on their husbands' ware, ed. F.J. Furnivall in Jyl of Breyntford's testament ... and other short pieces (London, 1871), p. 29-33.
- The Three Kings's sons ... from its unique MS, Harleian 326, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS ES 67 (1895).
- Tundale : das mittelenglische Gedicht über Die Vision des Tundalus, ed. A. Wagner (Halle, 1893).
- Vices and virtues ... : a Middle-English dialogue of about 1200 A.D. Part 1: text, ed. F. Holthausen, EETS OS 89 (1888).
Arderne, John, fl. 1307-1370
- Treatises of fistula in ano : haemorrhoids, and clysters, by John Arderne, ed. D'Arcy Power, EETS OS 139 (1920).
Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino. Regula Benedicti.
- Die Winteney-Version der Regula S. Benedicti, ed. M.M.A. Schröer (Halle, 1888).
- Three Middle-English versions of the Rule of St. Benet and two contemporary rituals for the ordination of nuns, ed. E.A. Kock, EETS OS 120 (1902).
Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.
- Astrolabe. Treatise on The Astrolabe : addressed to his son Lowys, by Geoffrey Chaucer, ed. W.W. Skeat (London, for the Chaucer Society, 1872).
- Boece. Chaucer's translation of Boethius's "De consolatione philosphiæ" / edited from British Museum additional MS. 10, 340 collated with Cambridge University Library MS. Ii.3.21, ed. R. Morris, EETS ES 5 (1868).
- Canterbury Tales.
- The Canterbury tales, ed. F.N. Robinson, 2nd ed. (Boston, 1957)
- The Ellesmere ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 2, 8, 16, 26, 32, 38, 50, 70 (1868-1879).
- The Hengwrt ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 3, 9, 27, 39, 51, 71 (1869-1881).
- The Cambridge ms (University library, Gg. 4.27) of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 4, 10, 17, 28, 33, 40, 52, 66 (1868-1884).
- The Corpus ms (Corpus Christi coll., Oxford) of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 5, 11, 18, 34, 41, 53, 67 (1868-1884).
- The Lansdowne ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 7, 13, 20, 36, 43, 55, 69 (1868-1884).
- The Harleian ms. 7334 of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 73 (1885).
- The Petworth ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 6, 12, 19, 35, 42, 54, 68 (1868-1884).
- The Cambridge ms. Dd. 4. 24. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, completed by the Egerton ms. 2726 (the Haistwell ms), ed. F.J. Furnivall, Chaucer Society, 1st ser., 95, 96 (1902).
- Troilus. Troilus and Criseyde : a new edition of Chaucers The book of Troilus, ed. B.A. Windeatt (London, 1984)
Dunbar, William, 1460?-1520?
- The tretis of the twa mariit women and the wedo, ed. J. Kinsley from The works of William Dunbar (Oxford, 1979).
Fortescue, John, Sir, 1394?-1476?
- The governance of England: otherwise called The difference between an absolute and a limited monarchy, ed. C. Plummer (Oxford, 1885).
Gower, John, 1325?-1408
- Confessio amantis, ed. G. C. Macaulay, from The complete works of John Gower (Oxford, 1899-1902).
Henryson, Robert, 1430?-1506?
- The testament of Cresseid
- The morall fabillis of Esope the Phrygian, ed. G.G. Smith, from Poems, Scottish Text Society 64, 55, 58 (1906-1914).
- The minor poems of Robert Henryson, ed. G.G. Smith, from Poems, Scottish Text Society 64, 55, 58 (1906-1914).
- Orpheus and Eurydice, ed. G.G. Smith, from Poems, Scottish Text Society 64, 55, 58 (1906-1914).
- The Works of William Herebert, OFM, ed. S.R. Reimer (Toronto, 1987).
Higden, Ranulf, d. 1364.
- Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden monachi Cestrensis; together with the English translations of John Trevisa and of an unknown writer of the fifteenth century [ME texts only], ed. C. Babington and J.R. Lumby, 9 vols., Rolls Series 41 (1865-6).
Hoccleve, Thomas, 1370?-1450?
- Hoccleve's works. Part III: The Regement of Princes, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS 72 (1897).
Jean, d'Arras, 14th century
- Melusine, compiled (1382-1394 A. D.) by Jean D'Arras ; Englisht about 1500, ed. A.K. Donald, EETS ES 68 (1895).
Joannes, of Hildesheim, d. 1375
- Three Kings of Cologne: an early English translation of the "Historia Trium Regum" by John of Hildesheim, ed. C. Horstmann, EETS OS 85 (1886).
La Tour Landry, Geoffroy de, 14th cent.
- Book of the Knight of La Tour-Landry compiled for the instruction of his daughters ... by Geoffroy de La Tour Landry, ed. T. Wright, rev. ed., EETS OS 33 (1906).
Lanfranco, of Milan, 13th cent.
- Lanfrank's "Science of cirurgie"... from the Bodleian Ashmole ms. 1396 (ab. 1380 A.D.) and the British museum Additional ms. 12,056 (ab. 1420 A.D.). Part 1: text, ed. R.V. Fleischhacker, EETS OS 102 (1894).
Langland, William, 1330?-1400?
- Piers Plowman, A-, B-, and C-texts The vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman..., ed. W.W. Skeat, EETS OS 28, 38, 54 (1867, 1869, 1873).
- Piers Plowman, B-text The vision of Piers Plowman: a critical edition of the B-text..., ed. A.V.C. Schmidt (London, 1978).
Layamon, fl. 1200
- Layamon's Brut (British Museum Ms. Cotton Otho C.XIII), ed. G.L. Brook and R.F. Leslie, EETS OS 250, 277 (1963, 1978).
- Layamon's Brut (British Museum Ms. Cotton Caligula A.IX), ed. G.L. Brook and R.F. Leslie, EETS OS 250, 277 (1963, 1978).
Love, Nicholas, fl. 1410
- Mirrour of the blessed lyf of Jesu Christ, ed. L.F. Powell (Oxford, 1908).
Lydgate, John, 1370?-1451?
- Lydgate's Reson and sensuallyte, ed. from the Fairfax ms. 16 (Bodleian) and the Additional ms. 29, 729 (Brit. mus.), ed. E. Sieper, EETS ES 84, 89 (1901, 1903).
- The pilgrimage of the life of man, English by John Lydgate, A. D. 1426, from the French of Guillaume de Deguileville, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS ES 77, 83, 92 (1899, 1901, 1904).
Malory, Thomas, Sir, 15th cent.
- Caxton text. Le Morte Darthur by Syr Thomas Malory: the original edition of William Caxton now reprinted. Vol.1: text, ed. H. Oskar Sommer (London, 1889).
Mannyng, Robert, fl. 1288-1338.
- Handlyng synne, ed. F.J. Furnivall, from Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng Synne" (English text only) EETS OS 119, 123 (1901, 1903).
- Chronicle, part 1 The Story of England by Robert Manning of Brunne, ed. F.J. Furnivall, Rolls Series 87 (London, 1887).
- Chronicle, part 2 Peter Langtoft's Chronicle, (as illustrated and improv'd by Robert of Brunne) from the death of Cadwalader to the end of K. Edward the First's reign., ed. T. Hearne (Oxford, 1725).
Metham, John, fl. 1448
- Works of John Metham : (Amoryus and Cleopes, &c.), ed. H. Craig, EETS OS 132 (1916).
Michel, Dan, of Northgate, fl. 1340.
- Dan Michel's Ayenbite of Inwyt : or, Remorse of conscience ... Volume 1, text, ed. R. Morris; rev. P. Gradon, EETS OS 23 (1965).
- Paston letters and papers of the fifteenth century. Part I only, ed. N. Davis (Oxford, 1971)
Pecock, Reginald, 1395?-1460?
- Reginald Pecock's Book of faith; a fifteenth century theological tractate, ed. J.L. Morison (Glasgow, 1909).
- The repressor of over much blaming of the clergy, ed. C. Babington, Rolls Series 19 (1860-61).
Robert, of Gloucester, fl. 1260-1300.
- The metrical chronicle of Robert of Gloucester, ed. W. Aldis Wright, Rolls Series 86 (1887).
Rolle, Richard, of Hampole, 1290?-1349.
- [Works by Rolle extracted from: Yorkshire writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole ... and his followers], ed. C. Horstmann (London, 1895-96). For works outside the Rolle canon, see Rolle companion, above.
- The Psalter, or Psalms of David and certain canticles, with a translation and exposition in English by Richard Rolle of Hampole, ed. H. R. Bramley (Oxford, 1884).
William, of Shoreham, fl. 1320.
- The poems of William of Shoreham: ab. 1320 vicar of Chart-Sutton, ed. M. Konrath, EETS ES 86 (1902).
Wycliffe, John, d. 1384 (author or supposed author)
- An apology for Lollard doctrines, attributed to Wicliffe, ed. J.H. Todd, Camden Society 20 (1842).
- The English works of Wyclif hitherto unprinted, ed. F. D. Matthew, EETS OS 74 (1880).
- Select English works of John Wyclif. Vol.1 only, ed. T. Arnold (Oxford, 1869).
- See also the Wycliffite Bible, above.