1 edition of Maitland folio manuscript found in the catalog.
Maitland folio manuscript
Written in English
|Statement||edited by W.A. Craigie.|
|Contributions||Craigie, William A., Sir.|
|The Physical Object|
Others are found in the three most important 16th-century Scottish manuscript anthologies: the Asloan MS (MS; circa ) and the Bannatyne MS (; dated ), both in the National Library of Scotland, and the Maitland Folio MS (circa ) in the Pepys Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge. Early life. James was the third son of King James IV of Scotland and his wife Margaret Tudor, a daughter of Henry VII of England and sister of Henry VIII, and was the only legitimate child of James IV to survive was born on 10 April at Linlithgow Palace, Linlithgowshire, and baptized the following day, receiving the titles Duke of Rothesay and Prince and Great Steward of essor: James IV.
The Maitland Quarto is a paper manuscript held in the collections of the Pepys Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge, where it is MS It contains 95 poems in leaves, copied in a mixture of secretary and italic scripts, probably all the work of one hand. All but two of these poems appear to be of Scots origin, though several have English or continental : Joanna M. Martin. Walter Dalrymple Maitland Bell manuscript. journal of his safari in French Somaliland, 7 February to 2 June Bell, Walter Dalrymple Maitland ; Russell .
For an account of the Maitland Folio MS. see Gregory Smith’s Specimens of Middle Scots, (p. lxxiii.).The Scottish Text Society has undertaken an edition of the entire manuscript. Maitland’s own poems were reprinted by Sibbald in his Chronicle of Scottish Poetry (), and in by the Maitland Club, named after him, and founded for the purpose of continuing his efforts to preserve. Frederic William Maitland, The Collected Papers of Frederic William This is a compressed facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book. Facsimile PDF: MB: This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book. (when the study of records in manuscript had ceased and the publication of.
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Vol. 1 contains the complete text of the Maitland folio manuscript from the original in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge, and v. 2, a full description of the manuscript, together with textual notes, vocabulary, and other relevant matter.
Description: 2 volumes 22 cm: Series Title: Scot. Text S., new ser., 7, etc. Responsibility. The Maitland Folio Manuscript: Containing Poems By Sir Richard Maitland, Dunbar, Douglas, Henryson, and Others, Vol.
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along with its elder companion the Mailand folio Pages: The Maitland Folio Manuscript, STS, new ser., 7, 20 (Edinburgh and London, ). Maitland folio manuscript book a discussion of the Folio and its family context see Julia Boffey, ‘The Maitland Folio Manuscript as a Verse Anthology’, in William Dunbar the Nobill Poyet: Essays in Honour of Priscilla Bawcutt, ed.
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From the manuscript in the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, which "constitutes with the 'Asloan' and 'Maitland folio' manuscripts the chief repository of Middle Scots poetry, especially for the texts of the greater poets Henryson, Dunbar, Lyndsay and Alexander Scott.
The Bewties Of The Fute-ball is preserved only in the Maitland Folio Manuscript of the latter sixteenth century. It consists of two pairs of rhyming couplets and it is attributed to no author. Brissit brawnis and brokin banis, Stride, discord and waistie wanis. Crukit in eild syne halt withal.
The Maitland Folio Manuscript, STS, 2 vols (Edinburgh and London: Blackwood, ), I wish to thank the librarians of the Pepys Library for their very kind and helpful assistance.
Google ScholarCited by: 2. Maitland, Richard. and Arbuthnot, Alexander. and Craigie, William A. The Maitland quarto manuscript: containing poems by Sir Richard Maitland, Arbuthnot, and others / edited by W.A. Craigie Printed for the Society by Willam Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh ; London Australian/Harvard Citation.
Maitland, Richard. & Arbuthnot, Alexander. Sir Richard Maitland, d - poems - The Maitland Folio Manuscript, from Pepysian Library, Magdalene College Cambridge. Vol 1William Blackwood & Sons Edinburgh, Sir Richard Maitland was not only an outstanding lawyer, but also a fine poet, and his work is witty as well as thoughtful and penetrating.
The Maitland folio manuscript, containing poems by Sir Richard Maitland, Dunbar, Douglas, Henryson, and others; (Edinburgh, London, ), by William Dunbar, Richard Maitland, and Pepys Library. Manuscript, ed. by William A. Craigie (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Scottish poetry of the sixteenth century.
William Dunbar is the most brilliant of the Scottish poets of the late medieval and early Renaissance period. The essays in this collection have been written specifically to address major aspects of the literary, textual and linguistic contexts of Dunbar's poetry, and to assess his impact on subsequent generations of Scottish poets.
Far more are preserved in the three great Renaissance anthologies commonly known as the Bannatyne Manuscript, the Maitland Folio, and the Reidpeth Manuscript.
An additional source is the late sixteenth-century Osborn Manuscript, which contains the text of just one poem. The Maitland Folio Manuscript - Containing Poems by Sir Richard Maitland, Dunbar, Douglas, Henryson, and Others Edited by W.A.
Craigie - Volume I Printed for the Society by William Blackwood and Sons, In very good condition, in half boards of dark green cloth boards with leather spine and gilt titles. Series L isted here are all the titles published by the Scottish Text Society. Note that with multi-volume titles separate parts were sometimes bound together when printed.
Thus, the Legends of the Saints were edited as six parts over the period but appeared in print as a three-volume set published Free PDF scans All of the First and Second Series, and the majority of the.
This manuscript, known as the Braye Lute Book, was compiled after with the latest datable text on the death of Edward VI. It contains lute tabulatures by R.C., T.C., R.K., and T.W.
for twenty-nine full or partial texts and nine with incipits only. Robert Henryson is a significant poetic voice of the late Middle Ages and the most important writer of fifteenth-century Scotland. The Maitland Folio MS, Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge, MSff.
Published in W. Craigie, ed. The Maitland Folio Manuscript. 2 vols. Edinburgh: William Blackwood for The Scottish Text. Maitland’s age and blindness at the time of the attack.
Other catalogues of the losses experienced by Maitland are recorded in state papers (Calen-dar3:). The two manuscript collections compiled in the Maitland household, the Maitland Quarto and Maitland Folio (now in.
However, its immediate descendant, the Murray manuscript, was written between c. and This text was a fifth-generation descendant of Maitland's authorial holograph and provides a terminal date for the circulation of the previous generations of texts. After the Murray manuscript's text was written, it too was used as a model.
Maitland Quarto Manuscript (now Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepys Library MS ), which is dated to Some of the poems also appear in the earlier miscellany, the Maitland Folio Manuscript (Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepys Library MS ), which wasCited by: 2.Description: Announcing the discovery of manuscript Year Book cases from the tenth year of Henry V’s reign found at Harvard.
The material is not found in black-letter text or any of the Abridgments. The complete text of the manuscript is reprinted in law-French at the end of the article.Researched, prepared and compiled by John W. Delaney Contents Area's Historical Background Early Hunter Valley Catholic History WOLLOMBI First "Diocese of Sydney" Parish within City of Cessnock Municipality Start of Maitland Diocese and its Parishes BRANXTON First "Diocese of Maitland" Parish within City of Cessnock Municipality CESSNOCK A South Maitland Coalfields Parish KURRI .