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Editor in Chief :-F.J. FURNIVALL, Esq., 3, St George's Square, Primrose Hill
THE CHAUCER SOCIETY'S PUBLICATIONS.
Of Chaucer's Minor Poems,—the NSS of which are generally later than ti
The Boece from the best MS, and the Troilus Parallel-Text from the 3 best
To secure the fidelity and uniform treatment of the texts, Mr F. J. Furniva
Autotypes of all the best Chaucer MSS. either have been or will be publisht.
The Society's publications are issued in two Series, of which the first contai
Texts (from the 6 MSS named below), together with Tables, showin
Substitutes for them. (The Six-Text, Part I.)
Cambridge Gg. 4. 27
The issue for 1869, in the First Series, is,
Cambridge , Appendix
from six M
The issue for 1870, in the First Series, is,
Tale of Gamelyn, in 6 parallel Texts. (Six-Text, Part 11.)
Tale of Sir Thopas, in 6 parallel Texts from the MSS above named, an
coloured drawings of Tellers of Tales, after the originals in the Ellesmere
XX. The Man of Law's Tale, from the Lansdowne MS.
XXI. A Parallel-Text edition of Chaucer's Minor Poems, Part I:41. 'The Dethe
of Blaunche the Duchesse,' from Thynne's ed. of 1532, the Fairfax MS 16,
Foules,' and 4. the Compleynt of Mars,' each from six MSS.
by Chauciers;' 11. “The Cronycle made by Chaucer,' both from MSS written
by Shirley, Chaucer's contemporary.
The issue for 1872, in the First Series, is,
Wife of Bath's, Friar's, and Summoner's Tales, in 6 parallel Texts from the
Variations of 30 MSS in the Doctor-Pardoner Link. (6-Text, Pt IV.)
9 woodcuts of Tale-Tellers. (Part IV.).
the Hengwrt MS, with 23 woodcuts of the Tellers of the Tales. (Part III.)
with 9 woodcuts of Tale-Tellers. (Part IV.)
Geoffrey Chaucer, edited by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat, M.A.
L to Ly. Separate issues of the several MSS of the Parson's Tale.
The issue for 1878, in the First Series, is,
MS Gg. 4. 27, and 1 from Lord Leconfield's MS.
from 6 MSS; 6. The Mother of God, from 3 MSS; 7. Anelida and Arcyte,