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Bible. 562. The Lindisfarne Gospels. Three Plates in colour and thirty-six in monochrome from Cotton MS. Nero D. iv in the British Museum, with pages from two related Manuscripts. With Introduction by ERIC GEORGE MILLAR. London: Milford, for the British Museum, 1924. Folio. 161 × 131. PP. 52. 50s.

Boniface, Saint. 563. KYLIE, EDWARD (ed. and transl.). English Correspondence: being letters exchanged between the Apostle of the Germans and his English friends. With an introductory sketch of the saint's life. Chatto and Windus, 1924. 6 × 5. PP. 226. 5s.

Brunanburh, Battle of. FERGUSON, THOMAS EWING. See 539. Caedmon. 564. FRAMPTON, M. G. Cadmon's Hymn. M. Phil., Aug. 1924, XXII, 1-15.

Chronicles. 565. BYLES, ALFRED. The Accession of Athelstan. T.L.S., Corr., Jan. 10, 1924; cf. Jan. 24.

566. GODSAL, P. T. The Conquests of Ceawlin: the Second Bretwalda. With plans. Murray, 1924. 9 × 51. pp. 266. 10s. 6d.

567. HUNT, ALFRED. Maserfield Battle, A.D. 642. Battlefields of Lincolnshire. Journ. of Brit. Archæol. Ass., Oct. 1924, XXX, 107-19. [Bede, III, 8: Ags. Chr. A.D. 642.]

Cynewulf. 568. LINDEMAN, JAMES M. A Note on Cynewulf. M.L.N., Nov. 1924, XXXIX, 397-9.

Finnsburg, Fight at. KLAEBER, FRIEDRICH. See 557.

Genesis. 569. CRAWFORD, S. J. A Latin Parallel for Part of the Later Genesis. Anglia, 1924, N.F. xxxvI, 99–100.

Glosses. 570. The Corpus, Epinal, Erfurt and Leyden Glossaries. By W. M. Lindsay. (Bibl. 1921, 108, 607, 608.) The Corpus Glossary, ed. by W. M. Lindsay. Rev. by J. H. Kern in E. Studies, Feb. 1924, VI, 30-4.

Laws. 571. ATTENBOROUGH, F. L. The Laws of the Earliest English Kings. (Bibl. 1922, 895; 1923, 832.) Rev. by L. M. Larson in J. E. G. Phil., Jan. 1924, XXIII, 135–6; by Eilert Ekwall in Anglia Beibl., May 1924, XXXV, 129-33 [important]; by J. R. Hulbert in M. Phil., Aug. 1924, XXII, 109–10.

572. LIEBERMANN, FELIX. Ist Lambardes Text der Gesetze Æthelstans neuzeitliche Fälschung? Anglia Beibl., July 1924, XXXV, 214–18. [Cf. Kenneth Sisam, M.L.R., 1923, XVIII, 100–4.]

Letter of Alexander the Great to Aristotle. RYPINS, STANLEY. Three Old English Prose-Texts. See 62.

Life of St Christopher. RYPINS, STANLEY. Three Old English Prose-Texts. See 62.

Textual. 573. HOLTHAUSEN, FERDINAND. Zu altenglischen Dichtungen. Anglia Beibl., Sept. 1924, XXXV, 276-7. [1. Elene 17. 2. Psalms cviii. 19, cxiii. 4, cxviii. 74. Against E. A. Koch, Anglia, XLVII, 264, 271, 272.]


574. HOLTHAUSEN, FERDINAND. Angeln im Widsithliede. Schleswig-Holsteinisches Jahrb., 1924, pp. 22-3. [Widsið, 35-44.]

Wonders of the East. RYPINS, STANLEY. Three Old English Prose Texts. See 62.



Anthologies and Readers. 575. BROWN, CARLETON (ed.). Religious Lyrics of the xivth Century. Oxford: Clar. Press, 1924. 19.5 cm. pp. xxiv, 358. Rev. by Karl Young in M.L.N., Nov. 1924, XXXIX, 419-24; by John Wright Buckham in Univ. of California Chronicle, July 1924, xxvi, 379–80; in N.Q., Mar. 1, 1924, CXLVI, 163–4; in T.L.S., Feb. 21, 1924; by S. B. Liljegren in Anglia Beibl., Dec. 1924, XXXV, 353-4.

576. HALL, JOSEPH (ed.). Selections from Early Middle English, 1130-1250. Oxford: Clar. Press, 1920. 8vo. 2 vols. pp. vii, 675. 21s. Rev. by R. W. Chambers in M.L.R., July 1924, XIX, 3, 351-2.

577. MORSBACH, LORENZ. Mittelenglische Originalurkunden von der Chaucerzeit bis zu Mitte des xv. Jahrhunderts. (Bibl. 1923, 842.) Rev. by Eilert Ekwall in Anglia Beibl., Aug. 1924, XXXV, 225–6. [Sprachlich...sehr wichtig und wertvoll.]


Mittelenglische Originalurkunden. (Bibl. 1923, 842.) Rev. by Richard Jordan in E. St., 1924, LVIII, 245–7.


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580. SISAM, KENNETH (ed.). Fourteenth Century Prose and Verse. (Bibl. 1921, 643.) Rev. in T.L.S., Nov. 13, 1924; by J. R. Hulbert in M. Phil., Aug. 1924, XXII, 109–10.

Miscellaneous. ALBERT, HERMANN. See 243.

BAKER, A. T. Saints' Lives Written in Anglo-French. See 72. 581. BENEDETTI, ANNA. Edoardo II d' Inghilterra al Monastero di S. Alberto di Butrio. Palermo: Priulla, 1924. 8vo. pp. 36.


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583. BURCHARD, LUDWIG. Die Legende von Barlaam und Josaphat. Aus dem Griech. übers. München: Theatiner Verlag, 1924. 8vo. pp. v, 299. M. 6.

584. The Camden Miscellany, vol. xIII (Camden Soc. Third Series, vol. xxxiv). London: The Society, 22 Russell Sq., 1924. 83 × 63. Contents::—1. Gesta Dunelmensia, A.D. MCCC., ed. by R. K. RICHARDSON, pp. xiv, 58. 2. Supplementary Stonor Letters and Papers (1314– 1482), ed. by C. L. KINGSFORD, pp. viii, 26. 3. Richard Broughton's Devereux Papers (1575-1601), ed. by H. E. MALDEN, Pp. xii, 36. 4. The Voyages of Capt. William Jackson (1642-1645), ed. by V. T. HARLOW, pp. xxvi, 39. 5. The English Conquest of Jamaica (1655– 1656), ed. by IRENE A. WRIGHT, pp. vi, 32. Rev. in T.L.S., May 22, 1924.

585. CHAYTOR, H. J. The Troubadours and England. (Bibl. 1923, 845.) Rev. by John J. Parry in J. E. G. Phil., Oct. 1924, XXIII,

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586. COULTER, CORNELIA C. Latin Hymns of the Middle Ages. Studies in Philol., Oct. 1924, XXI, 571-85.

587. FLASDIECK, HERMANN. Ein südost-mittelenglischer Lautwandel. E. St., 1924, LVIII, 1–23.

588. FÖRSTER, MAX. Boccaccios De casibus virorum illustrium in englischer Bearbeitung. D. Literaturz., 1924, N.F. 1, 27, 1943-6. 589. HAMMOND, ELEANOR PRESCOTT. Charles of Orléans and Anne Molyneux. M. Phil., Nov. 1924, XXII, 215–16.

590. HIBBARD, LAURA ALANDIS. Mediæval Romance in England: a Study of the Sources and Analogues of the Non-Cyclic Metrical Romances. Oxford: Univ. Press, 1924. 23 cm. pp. viii, 342. 17s. 6d. Rev. in Sat. Rev. of Lit., Dec. 27, 1924, 1, 419.

591. LEACH, H. G. Angevin Britain and Scandinavia. 1921. (Bibl. 1922, 918.) Rev. by Aur. Pompen, O.F.M. in Tijdschrift voor Taal en Letteren, July-Aug. 1924, XII, 209–14.

592. MADAN, F. Documents and Records. B. The Literary Work of a Benedictine Monk at Leominster in the Thirteenth Century. Bodl. Quart. Rec., April 1924, IV.

593. MADDEN, THE RT. HON. D. H. A Chapter of Medieval History. The Fathers of the Literature of Field Sport and Horses. Murray, 1924. 9 × 6. pp. 284. 10s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., Mar. 13, 1924. 594. PATCH, Howard R. Desiderata in Middle English Research. M. Phil., Aug. 1924, XXII, 27-34.

595. PIEPER, WILLY. Das Parlament in der me. Literatur. Archiv, 1924, CXLVI, 187-212.

596. POWER, EILEEN. Medieval People. With 8 illus. and a map. Methuen, 1924. 7 × 5. PP. 228. 6s.

597. SCHLEICH, G. Die me. Umdichtung von Boccaccios 'De Claris Mulieribus' nebst der lateinischen Vorlage zum erstenmal vollständig hg. Berlin: Mayer and Müller, 1924. pp. iv, 139. (Palæstra 144.) M. 6.

SCHÜCK, HENRIK. Allmän Litteraturhistoria. Vol. II. Medeltiden. See 2269.

598. SEGAR, MARY G. Alexandria and the Mystical Writings of the Middle Ages in England. Cath. World, July-Aug. 1924, CXIX, 501-10, 636-44.

599. SERJEANtson, Mary S. Distribution of Dialect Characters in Middle English. Amsterdam: Swets and Zeitlinger. 8vo. pp. 34. 600. SWAN, CHARLES (transl.). Gesta Romanorum. With an Introduction and Preface by DR E. A. BAKER. (Broadway Translations.) Routledge, 1924. 9 × 6. pp. xx, 472. 12s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., Mar. 27,


601. THOMAS, P. G. English Literature before Chaucer. Arnold, 1924. 9 × 51. pp. 164. 8s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., Nov. 13, 1924. 602. WELLS, JOHN EDWIN. Second Supplement to a Manual of

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WRIGHT, JOSEPH and ELISABETH. An Elementary Middle English Grammar. See 203.


Amor est quedam mentis insania. 603. ONIONS, C. T. Amor est quedam mentis insania. [Lat., French and Engl. Verse of XIII c. in MS. Douce 139.] Bodl. Quart. Rec., Apr. 1924, IV.

Ancrene Riwle. 604. The Nun's Rule. Being the 'Ancren Riwle modernised by JAMES MORTON. With an Introduction by ABBOT GASQUET. (The Medieval Library, XVIII.) London: Chatto and Windus, 1924. Cr. 8vo. pp. 365. 5s.

605. ALLEN, HOPE EMELY. On 'Some Fourteenth-Century Bor rowings from Ancren Riwle.' M.L.R., Jan. 1924, XIX, 95.

DYMES, D. M. E. The Original Language of the 'Ancren Riwle.' See 63.

606. MORTON, JAMES. The Nun's Rule: being the 'Ancren Riwle' modernised. With an Introduction by Abbot Gasquet. Chatto and Windus, 1924. 61 × 5. pp. 365. 5s.

Arthurian Legend. 607. Brown, Arthur C. L. The Grail and the English Sir Perceval. (Bibl. 1920, VIII, 14; 1921, 649.) M. Phil., Aug., Nov. 1924, XXII, 79–96, 113–32.

608. BRUCE, James Douglas. The Evolution of Arthurian Romance from the Beginnings down to the year 1300. (Bibl. 1923, 868.) Rev. by R. S. Loomis in J. E. G. Phil., Oct. 1924, XXIII, 582-91; by G. H. Maynadier in M.L.N., Dec. 1924, xxxix, 482–7; by William A. Nitze in M. Phil., Aug. 1924, XXII, 99–106.

609. COOKSEY, CHARLES F. The 'Morte d'Arthur.' Nineteenth Cent., June 1924, XCV, 852-9.

610. GOETZE, Alfred. Ein Nachklang des Grals. Neuphilol. Mittheil., 1924, xxv, parts 4-8.

611. MALONE, KEMP. The Historicity of Arthur. J. E. G. Phil., Oct. 1924, XXIII, 463–91.

612. PARRY, JOHN J. An Arthurian Parallel. M.L.N., May 1924, XXXIX, 307-9.

Bacon, Roger. 613. Roger Bacon's Letter Concerning the Marvelous Power of Art and of Nature and Concerning the Nullity of Magic. Trans. from the Latin by TENNEY L. DAVIS, Together with Notes and an Account of Bacon's Life and Work. Easton, Pa.: Chemical Pub. Co., 1923. 19.5 cm. pp. vi, 76. Illus. $1.25. 614. CARTON, RAOUL. L'expérience mystique de l'illumination intérieure chez Roger Bacon. Paris: Vrin, 1924. 8vo. pp. 376. 615. La synthèse doctrinale de Roger Bacon. Paris: Vrin, 1924. 8vo. pp. 150. Fr. 10.

Ballads. BATHO, EDITH C. The Life of Christ in the Ballads. See 63. Bible. 616. Goates, MARGERY (ed.). The Pepysian Gospel Harmony. E.E.T.S. Or. Ser. 157. (Bibl. 1923, 874.) Rev. by Eilert Ekwall in Anglia Beibl., July 1923, XXXV, 195–7.

617. SERJEANTSON, M. S. The Dialect of the Earliest Complete English Prose Psalter. E. Studies, Dec. 1924, VI, 177–99. [Dialect not West Midland, but Central Midland, prob. Northamptonshire.]

Caxton, William. 618. Ovyde: hys Booke of Methamorphose. Translated by WILLIAM CAXTON. Newly printed from the Manuscript in the Pepysian Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Oxford: Blackwell, 1924. 12 × 7. Pp. 229. 63s. Rev. by V. Sackville-West in New Republic, Sept. 17, 1924, XL, 78; in T.L.S., Oct. 9, 1925.

619. AURNER, ROBERT RAY. Caxton and the English Sentence. In Univ. of Wisconsin Studies in Lang. and Lit., 1923, XVIII, 23–59. Charles d'Orléans. 620. HAMMOND, ELEANOR PRESCOTT. Charles d'Orléans and Anne Molyneux. M. Phil., Nov. 1924, XXII, 215–16. Chaucer, Geoffrey. 621. CONNELY, WILLARD. Imprints of the Heroides of Ovid on Chaucer's The Legend of Good Women. Classical Weekly, Oct. 13, 1924, XVIII, 9–13.

622. Cook, ALBERT STANBURROUGH. Chaucer and Venantius Fortunatus. M.L.N., June 1924, XXXIX, 376–8.

623. CURRY, WALTER CLYDE. Chauntecleer and Pertelote on Dreams. E. St., 1924, LVIII, 24-60.

624. DAMON, S. FOSTER. Chaucer and Alchemy. P. M. L. A. Am., Dec. 1924, XXXIX, 782-8.

625. GREG, W. W. The Early Printed Editions of the 'Canterbury Tales.' P. M. L. A. Am.,, Dec. 1924, XXXIX, 737-61.

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627. HOTSON, J. Leslie. Colfox vs. Chauntecleer. P. M. L. A. Am., Dec. 1924, XXXIX, 762-81.

JUSSERAND, J. J. On the possible meeting of Chaucer and Petrarch. See 424.

628. KNOWLTON, EDGAR C. Chaucer's Man of Law. J. E. G. Phil., Jan. 1924, XXIII, 83–93.

629. KUHL, ERNEST P. Chaucer and Aldgate. P. M. L. A. Am., Mar. 1924, XXXIX, 101–22.

630. LANDRUM, GRACE W. Chaucer's Use of the Vulgate. P. M. L. A. Am., Mar. 1924, XXXIX, 75-100.

631. LAWRENCE, C. E. The Personality of Geoffrey Chaucer. Quart. Rev., Oct. 1924, CCXLII, 315–33.

632. MAXFIELD, Ezra KemPTON. Chaucer and Religious Reform. P. M. L. A. Am., Mar. 1924, XXXIX, 64-74.

633. NÖJD, R. The Vocalism of Romanic words in Chaucer. Diss. Uppsala. 8vo. pp. 196.

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