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Have mind on thine ending
A tag in the Fasciculus morum translating ‘Memorare nouissima et in eternum non peccabis’ (Ecclesiastes 7.40)
Note: See 1803 for another translation of the same text, and cf. Whiting (1968), E.87.
Subjects: mortality; sermons, verse in; scripture texts, Engl. trans. of
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Bodley 416 (SC 2315), f. 11
Transcription:
Haue mynde of þin ende
& euer fro synne þu may wende
Note: Written as prose.
2.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Laud misc. 111 (SC 1550), f. 67
Transcription:
haue in mynde on þyn hende
and euere fro senne yow myth wende
Note: Written as prose.
3.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Laud misc. 213 (SC 1045), f. 14
Transcription:
haue mynde of thyn ende
and euer fro synne þu myth wende
Note: Written as prose.
4.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Rawlinson C.670 (SC 12514), f. 21v
Transcription:
Have mynde on þyn [ende]
& euer fro synne þou myght wende
Editions:
Woolf, Rosemary. The English Religious Lyric in the Middle Ages. Oxford: Clarendon, 1968: 86.
Wenzel, Siegfried. Verses in Sermons: ‘Fasciculus morum’ and Its Middle English Poems. Cambridge, MA: Medieval Academy of America, 1978: 153.
5.Source: Cambridge UK, Gonville & Caius College 71/38, f. 20v
6.Source: Cambridge UK, St John’s College F.22 (159), f. 45v
Transcription:
haue þu mynd on þin ende
and euyr fro syn þu may wynde
Note: Written as prose.
7.Source: Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Library 82, f. 22v
Transcription:
haue mynde of thy ende
And euer fro syn þu may wende
8.Source: Lincoln, Lincoln Cathedral Library 44 (A.2.13), f. 163va
Transcription:
haue þu mynd on þy eynd
and euer fro syn þu myȝth weynd
Note: Written as prose.
9.Source: Worcester, Worcester Cathedral Library F.19, f. 163ra
Transcription:
haue mi[n]de on þyn ende
And fro sinne þu myȝt wende
Note: Written as prose.
10.Source: Spalding, Lincolnshire, Spalding Gentlemen’s Society M.J.B.14 [olim Maurice Johnson No. LIV], f. 19
Transcription:
Haue mynde of þin ende
& fro synne þu may wynde
Note: Written as prose.