Chronicle of Scottish Poetry; From the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of the Crowns Volume 3

Chronicle of Scottish Poetry; From the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of the Crowns Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1802 edition. Excerpt: ...on the rude, They hald for herefie; III. And hes fet up their falfe doftrine For covetice infteid of mine, With fire and fword defendes it fyne, Contrare my word and mee. The Antichrift is cumit bot dour, And hes yow trapped round about; Foorth of his girne therefore come out, Gif ye wald faved bee. IV. His pilgrimage and purgatrie, His worshiping of imagerie, His pardouns and fraternitie, With zeill and good intent: The quhilfperit finnes callit th' Eir-confeffioun, With his Prieftes mumblit abfolutioun, And mony othei falfe abufioun, The Paip hes done invent. V. With meffis fauld be Prieft and Freir For land and money wonder deir, Quhilk is the ground-ftone of their queir, And rute of all their pryde. His Pater-nofter bocht and fauld, His numered Aveis and Pfalmes tald, Quhilk my New Teftament nor my Auld, On no wayes can abide. M. Their hajy Matines faf t they patter, They give yow breid, and felles yow water, His curfinges on yow als they clatter, Thocht they can hurt yow nocht-Gif ye will give th.em caip or bell, The cling thereof they will yow fell, Suppofe the faull fuld go to hell, They get nathing unbocht. VII. They fell yow als the Sacramentis fevio, They micht have made als weill ellevin: / Few, or mony, od or evin, Your purfes for to pyke. Wald they let bot twa ufibe, Of Baptifme and of my bodie, As they wer inflitute be me, Men wald them better like. QJJEEN MARY, 1542 1567. VIII. Mariage is an bleffed band, Quhilk I gave men in my command, To keepe, but they my word withftand, Ane Sacrament it maid. Unto the other Sacramentes fyve, Our Salvatioun they afcryve, From my trew faith yow for to dryve, In vaine to make my deid. IX. Their trifles all are made by men, Quhilk my Gofpell did never ken, My law and my commandements ten They hyd...show more

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  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 249g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236582756
  • 9781236582751