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God hath granted grace unto our learning
De concordia inter rectores fratres et rectores ecclesie’, by John Audelay — seventy-eight 13-line stanzas
Note: ‘Each stanza begins with a proverb or precept in Latin which the text expounds upon or explains’ (Louis (1992), 2981).
Author(s): John Audelay
Title(s): De concordia inter rectores fratres et rectores ecclesie
Subjects: friars; precepts
Versification: — thirteen-line — ababbcbcdeeed



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Douce 302 (SC 21876), ff. 2rb-7vb
First Lines:
God haþ grauntyd grace vnto oure lerny[n]g
Al þat we fynden fayfully wrytyn in hele wryt…
Last Lines:
…ffor at a fole ȝe may lere
ȝif ȝe wil take hede
Note: Ends imperfectly due to loss of folios.
Attributed Title: De concordia inter rectores fratres et rectores ecclesie (f. 2rb)
Editions:
Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard. The Poems of John Audelay. Percy Society 14. London: Richards, 1844: 10-51.
Whiting, Ella Keats, ed. John Audelay: The Poems. EETS o.s. 184 (1931); repr. 1988: 10-46.