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The scribe not only begins and ends the narration in the first person, as if he were the principal narrator, but countless times he thus introduces himself: "ego indignus scriptor" (Memoriale, "Prologus" 130); "Ego frater scriptor" (Memoriale, ch.
1, 404: "Et tamen dicit apostolus, quia indignus iudicium sibi manducat et bibit, non diiudicans corpus Domini [1 Corinthians 11:29].
7) The same register also indicates that `Master William Brownynge' became rector of Berrynarbor in 1430 and remained so until his death in 1454/5, a fact confirmed by Brownyng's will, in which he refers to himself as `Willelmus Brownyng canonicus ecclesie cathedralis beati Petri Exon' ac ecclesiarum parochialium de Uggeburgh et Byrynerberd Exon' diocesis rector licet indignus.