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DIMEV 3444
IMEV 2128.5
NIMEV 2128.5
Master John you greeteth of Guildford tho
Song in praise of God, attributed to Master John — two couplets
Subjects: prayers; God, prayers to; songs
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Jesus College 29, Part II, f. 155
Transcription:
Mayster Johan eu greteþ of Guldeuorþe þo
And sendeþ eu to Seggen þat synge nul he no
He on þisse wise he wille enoy his song
God Louerd of Heuene beo vs alle among
Note: Copied in the seventeenth century by Thomas Wilkens from a ‘broaken leafe’ of the same MS.
Editions:
Warton, Thomas. The History of English Poetry. London, 1824; rev. ed., William Carew Hazlitt London, 1871.
Warton, Thomas. The History of English Poetry. London, 1824; rev. ed., William Carew Hazlitt London, 1871: 2.38.
Heuser, Wilhelm. “Das Frühmittelenglische Josephlied (MS Bodley 652).” Sammelheft. Bonner Beiträge zur Anglistik herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. M. Trautmann. Heft 17. Bonn: Hansetin, 1905: 83-: 105.
Atkins, John William Hey, ed. The Owl and Nightingale. Cambridge: UP, 1922: xxiii.
Dickins, Bruce, and Richard M. Wilson. Early Middle English Texts. Cambridge: at the University Press, 1951: 50.
Sisam, Celia. “The Broken Leaf in MS. Jesus College, Oxford, 29.” Review of English Studies n.s. 5 (1954): 337-43: 22.