Early English Meals and Manners
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Early English Meals and Manners

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Table of Contents
  • Contents (general)
    • CONTENTS.
      • COLLATIONS.
        • CORRIGENDA, ADDITIONAL NOTES, &c.
        • Collected Sidenotes
        • Russell’s Boke of Nurture
        • Andrewe, Extracts on Fish
        • Wilyam Bulleyn on Boxyng & Neckeweede
        • Andrew Borde on Sleep, Rising, and Dress
        • William Vaughan’s Fifteen Directions to preserve Health
        • Harington, The Dyet for every Day.
        • Harington, On Rising, Diet, and Going to Bed.
        • The Boke of Keruynge
        • The Boke of Curtasye
        • Bp. Grossetest’s Household Statutes.
        • Stanzas and Couplets of Counsel
        • The schoole of Vertue
        • Whate-ever thow sey, avyse thee welle!
        • A Dogg Lardyner, & a Sowe Gardyner
        • Roger Ascham’s Advice to Lord Warwick’s Servant
        • The Babees Book
        • Lerne or be Lewde
        • Urbanitatis
        • The Lytylle Childrenes Lytil Boke or Edyllys be
        • The Young Children’s Book
        • Stans Puer ad Mensam (both versions).
        • Ffor to serve a lord.
        • Latin Graces.
        • Symon’s Lesson of Wysedome for all Maner Chyldryn.
        • The Birched School-Boy
  • Contents
    • Early English Text Society
      • EARLY ENGLISH TEXT SOCIETY TEXTS PREPARING.
        • Footnotes: EETS Texts
  • Meals and Manners
  • in
  • Olden Time.
    • BERLIN: ASHER & CO., 5, UNTER DEN LINDEN.
    • NEW YORK: C. SCRIBNER & CO.; LEYPOLDT & HOLT.
    • PHILADELPHIA: J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.
  • Early English Text Society.
    • Original Series, 32.
  • Early English
  • Meals and Manners:
  • John Russell’s Boke of Nurture,
  • Wynkyn de Worde’s Boke of Keruynge,
  • The Boke of Curtasye,
  • R. Weste’s Booke of Demeanor,
  • Seager’s Schoole of Vertue,
  • The Babees Book, Aristotle’s ABC, Urbanitatis, Stans Puer ad Mensam, The Lytylle Childrenes Lytil Boke, For to serve a Lord, Old Symon, The Birched School-Boy, &c. &c.
  • with some
  • Forewords on Education in Early England.
    • EDITED BY
    • FREDERICK J. FURNIVALL, M.A.,
    • TRIN. HALL, CAMBRIDGE.
    • LONDON:
    • PUBLISHED FOR THE EARLY ENGLISH TEXT SOCIETY
    • DRYDEN HOUSE, 43, GERRARD STREET, SOHO, W. 1868. [Re-printed 1894, 1904.]
  • Original Series, 32.
    • Richard Clay & Sons, Limited, London and Bungay.
    • DEDICATED
    • TO
    • THE HISTORIAN OF “THE EARLY & MIDDLE AGES OF ENGLAND,”
  • Charles H. Pearson, Esq., M.A.,
    • FELLOW OF ORIEL COLLEGE, OXFORD, LATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY AT KING’S COLLEGE, LONDON,
    • IN ADMIRATION OF HIS LEARNING
    • AND
    • IN GRATITUDE FOR HIS HELP,
      • FOREWORDS.
        • General Preface: Footnotes
        • PREFACE TO RUSSELL.
        • Preface to Russell: Footnotes
  • Contents
    • Swete Wynes.33
      • Ypocras.
        • The botery.
        • Symple condicions.
        • Fumositees.
        • Kervyng of flesh:
        • Bake metes.93
        • Fried metes.
        • Potages.113
        • Diuerce Sawces.123
        • Kervyng of fische.134
        • Office of a sewer.180
        • A dynere of flesche.183
        • A Dinere of Fische.197
        • A fest for a franklen.
        • Sewes on fishe dayes.
        • Sawce for fishe.226
        • The office off a chamburlayne.240
        • The warderober.247
        • A bathe or stewe so called.
        • The makyng of a bathe medicinable.252
        • The office of ussher & marshalle.268
        • NOTES.
  • The
  • Boke of Nurture
  • Folowyng Englondis gise
  • John Russell,
    • SUM TYME SERUANDE WITH DUKE VMFREY OF GLOWCETUR, A PRYNCE FULLE ROYALLE, WITH WHOM VSCHERE IN CHAMBUR WAS Y, AND MERSHALLE ALSO IN HALLE.
    • Edited from the Harleian MS. 4011 in the British Museum
    • BY
    • FREDERICK J. FURNIVALL,
    • M.A., TRIN. HALL. CAMB.; MEMBER OF COUNCIL OF THE PHILOLOGICAL AND EARLY ENGLISH TEXT SOCIETIES; LOVER OF OLD BOOKS.
      • Boke of Nurture: Footnotes
  • Contents
    • CONTENTS.
      • NOTES.
        • CONTENTS.
        • THE SECOND BOOK.
        • THE THIRD BOOK.
        • To the Reader.
        • The Booke of Demeanor.
        • CONTENTS.
  • Contents
    • INDEX.
      • INDEX.
  • Contents (general)
    • CONTENTS.
      • COLLATIONS.
        • CORRIGENDA, ADDITIONAL NOTES, &c.
        • Collected Sidenotes
        • Russell’s Boke of Nurture
        • Andrewe, Extracts on Fish
        • Wilyam Bulleyn on Boxyng & Neckeweede
        • Andrew Borde on Sleep, Rising, and Dress
        • William Vaughan’s Fifteen Directions to preserve Health
        • Harington, The Dyet for every Day.
        • Harington, On Rising, Diet, and Going to Bed.
        • The Boke of Keruynge
        • The Boke of Curtasye
        • Bp. Grossetest’s Household Statutes.
        • Stanzas and Couplets of Counsel
        • The schoole of Vertue
        • Whate-ever thow sey, avyse thee welle!
        • A Dogg Lardyner, & a Sowe Gardyner
        • Roger Ascham’s Advice to Lord Warwick’s Servant
        • The Babees Book
        • Lerne or be Lewde
        • Urbanitatis
        • The Lytylle Childrenes Lytil Boke or Edyllys be
        • The Young Children’s Book
        • Stans Puer ad Mensam (both versions).
        • Ffor to serve a lord.
        • Latin Graces.
        • Symon’s Lesson of Wysedome for all Maner Chyldryn.
        • The Birched School-Boy
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