Rev. Alexander Dyce's footnotes to Skelton's Colin Cloute|
(Text at http://www.luminarium.org/editions/colincloute.htm)
l. 120 barke] So MS. Eds. "carke." Qy. "carpe?" Compare v. 549. back
l. 191 Sare] Other eds. "fare." MS. "sciire." (Perhaps Skel-
ton wrote "Seir"and in the next line "appeire." back
l. 341 MS. "Wasa." back
l. 472 Ascendent a degre] This passage seems to be corrupted.
MS. "Assendente a dextre :" (and compare the Lansdown
MS. quoted below.) back
l. 480 haue none] MS. has "alone;" and omits the seventy-
eight lines which follow. Among the Lansdown MSS. (762.
fol. 75) I find the subjointed fragment:
l. 559 Howe the Church, &c.] This passage in MS. stands thus:
l. 882 Another Clementyne also, &c.] I suspect some corruption
here. In the MS. the passage stands thus;
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