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Wheresoever ye fare by frith or by fell
Dame Juliana Berner’s Book of Hunting
Note: Further printings without specified source: STC numbers 3309.5, 3310, 3310.3, 3310.5, 3310.7, 3311, 3312, 3312.3, 3312.5, 3312.7, 3313, 3313.3, 3313.5, 3313.7, 3314, 3315.
Author(s): Juliana Berners
Title(s): Book of Hunting
Subjects: hunting



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Rawlinson poet. 143 (SC 14637), Part A, f. 1
2.Source: London, Lambeth Palace Library 491, Part I, ff. 287-290v
First Lines:
My dere sone wher so ȝe fare by firth or by fell
Takith good heed how Trystram wold tell…
Last Lines:
…Al togidir schal be take and leyd on þe s[kyn]
And ȝef it ȝowr houndis and þat scalled y[wis]…
Note: Incomplete.



Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 3308. Boke of Hawking, Hunting, and Blasing of Arms, [St Albans, 1486]
Editions:
Blades, William. “Introduction.” Facsimile edition of The Boke of Saint Albans by Dame Juliana Berners. London: Elliot Stock, 1881.
Hands, Rachel. “Introduction.” English Hawking and Hunting in The Boke of St Albans. Oxford: University Press, 1975.
Barratt, Alexandra, ed. Women’s Writing in Middle English. London: Longman, 1992: 234-7 (excerpts).
2.Source: STC 3309. The Manere of Hawkyng and Huntyng and also of cote armours And of the blasynge of armys [and] The treatyse of fysshynge wyth an angle, de Worde, 1496
Editions:
Haselwood, Joseph. Literary Researches into the History of the Book of St. Albans. London: White and Cochrayne, 1811.
Flügel, Ewald, ed. Neuenglisches Lesebuch. 1 Bd. Halle: Niemayer, 1895: 12-13 (extracts).