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Every day before you go to your bede
George Ashby, Dicta et opiniones diversorum philosophorum — rhyme royal stanzas, each preceded by the Latin sentence which it translates
Author(s): George Ashby
Title(s): Dicta et opiniones diversorum philosophorum
Subjects: aphorisms; paraphrases; precepts
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc
Macaronic: Latin



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Cambridge UK, Cambridge University Library Mm.4.42, ff. 19-48v
First Lines:
Euery day before ye go to youre bede
Serche wele al your guidyng by remembrance…
Last Lines:
…In the world for he maketh no p[ ]ment
Of his permisse but so in neglige[nce]
Note: Ends imperfectly at line 1263.
Editions:
Bateson, Mary, ed. George Ashby’s Poems. EETS e.s. 76 (1899), repr. 1965: 43-100.