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Legende of Goode Womeu.

EDITED,

WITH AN INTRODUCTION,

AND NOTES, GLOSSARIAL AND CRITICAL,

BY

HIRAM CORSON.

- "old Dan Geffrey, in whose gentle spright,
The pure well-head of poesie did dwell.-SPENSER.

PHILADELPHIA:
FREDERICK LEYPOLDT,
New York: F. W. CHRISTERN.
LONDON : TRÜBNER & co.

MDCCCLXIV.

280. k. 162

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1863, by

F. LEYPOLDT, In the Clerk's Office in the District Court of the United States

in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

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“I read, before my eyelids dropt their shade,

* The Legend of Good Women,' long ago Sung by the morning star of song, who made

His music heard below;

Dan Chaucer, the first warbler, whose sweet breath

Preluded those melodious bursts, that fill The spacious times of great Elizabeth

With sounds that echo still."

Tennyson's “ Dream of Fair Women."

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