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Bohe of Nurture

Folowyng Englondis gisę,

BY ME

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.

PAGE A DIXERE OF FISCHE: THE FURST COURSE

166 THE SECOND COURSE

167 THE THRID COURSE

168 THE .iiij. COURSE OF FRUTE, WITH FOUR SOTELTEES 168-9 THE SUPERSCRIPCIOUN OF THE SUTILTEES ABOUE SPECIFIED

169-70 A FEST FOR A FRANKLEN

170-1 SEWES ON FISHE DAYES

171-2 SAWCE FOR FISCHE

172-5 THE OFFICE OFF A CHAMBURLAYNE

175-80 (10W TO DRESS YOUR LORD, PREPARE HIS PEW IN CHURCH,

STRIP HIS BED, PREPARE HIS PRIVY, ETC.) THE WARDEROBES

180-2 (How TO PUT YOUR LORD TO BED, AND PREPARE HIS BED

ROOM, ETC.)
А BATHE

OR
STEWE SO CALLED ..

182-3 (HOW TO PREPARE ONE FOR YOUR LORD) THE MAKYNG OF A BATHE MEDICINABLE

183-5 THE OFFICE OF VSSHER & MARSHALLE

185-94 (WITH THE ORDER OF PRECEDENCY OF ALL RANKS) THE SUMMARY

191-8 L'ENVOY

198-9 (THE AUTHOR ASKS TILE PRAYERS OF HIS READERS, AND HE OR

THE COPIER COMMENDS THIS BOOK TO THEM) NOTES

200-39 (WITH BITS FROM LAWRENS ANDREWE, ON FISH, ETC.)

ILLUSTRATIVE EXTRACTS.

WILYAM BULLEYN ON BOXYNG AND NECKEWEEDE

240-3
244-8

ANDREW BORDE ON SLEEP, RISING, AND DRESS
WILLIAM VAUGHAN's

15 DIRECTIONS TO PRESERVE

HEALTH

SIR JN. HARINGTON'S DYET FOR EVERY DAY
SIR JN. HARINGTON ON RISING, DIET, AND GOING TO BED

249-53
254-5
256-9

John Russells

Boke of Nurture.

[Harl. MS. 4011, Fol. 171.]

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wille thrive & thee!, Of suche thynges as here-aftur shalle be shewed by

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perienced. Therfore yf any mañ þat y mete withe, þat? for fawt

of necligence, 8 y wylle hym enforme & teche, for hurtynge of my

Conscience. To teche vertew and connynge, me thynkethe hit It is charitable to

charitable, for moche youthe in connynge / is bareñ & fulle ignorant youths.

ynable; þer-fore he pat no good cañ / ne to noon wille be If any such won't

learn, agreable. 12 he shalle neuer y-thryve / þerfore take to hym a give them a toy.

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