The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
The Sundays hear thou mass and the feasts of commandment
The Five Commandments of the Church — five lines, describing a cut in The
Ordynarye of Crysten Men
Subjects: illustrations, verse accompanying; religious observance
Chertsey, Andrew, Here foloweth a notable treatyse and full necessary to an crysten men
for to knowe and it is named the Ordynarye of crystyanyte or of crysten men
, [Enprynted in the
cyte of London: In the flete strete in the sygne of ye sonne by Wynkyn de worde, ye yere of our lorde.
Chertsey, Andrew, Thordynary of crysten men
, [Enprynted in the cyte of London: In
the Fletestrete in the sygne of ye sonne by Wynkyn de worde, ye yere of our lorde. M.CCCCC.vi. ]
, sig. L.4v
The sondayes here thou masse and the festes of commaundment
synnes thou the confesse at the leest one tyme of the yere
And thy creatour
thou shalte receyue at Eester humbly
These feestes thou shalte halowe that
ben gyuen the in commaundement
The foure ymbres vigyles thou shalte faste
& the lente entyerly
Note: On a woodcut illustration at beginning of Part II, cap. 16.
Attributed Title: Thordynary of Crysten men (sig. Aa.1)
Dibdin, Thomas Frognall.
Typographical Antiquities. Revised Joseph Ames and William
4 vols. London: Bulmer, 1810, 1812, 1816, 1818: 2.103-4.