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Many a saute made I to this mirrour, Thinking, "If pat I looke in pis manere Amonge folke as I nowe do, noon errour Of suspecte look may in my face appere.
e., vnder the eros-lyne, is Marked the skale, in Maner of 2 Squyres or elles in Manere of laddres, c1391 Astrol.
"Ne in no book it write in no manere. For unto Crist it is so lief and deere That he wol nat that it discovered bee, But where it liketh to his deitee Men for t'enspire...." (1466-70) The imagery's sacramental connotations have been convincingly explicated by John Gardner: "Rightly interpreted, the passage reveals that the philosopher's stone is none other than Christ ...
I shuld haue disseasid Ser Hue Fastolf of be manere, where as I haue sufficient evidences preuyng a trewe saale and purchace ..." (letter 569, lines 20 to 32).
To support his argument against the veracity of Mary Magalene's testimony, Paulus even quotes "oure bookes" which state that women are like apples: appealing on the outside, dangerous on the inside, In oure bookes thus fynde we wretyn - All manere of men well it wyttyn - Of women on this wyse: 'Till an appyll she is lyke; Withoutten faill ther is none slyke In horde ther it lyse.
/ Therof I am no manere thyng in doute" (4.1275-77).
Aftirward it techib for to make curious potages & meetes and sotiltees for alle manere of states both hye and lowe" (British Library, MS Additional 5016).
For py god ys of swych manere, pogh pou forsake hym ryght now here, To-morwe mayst pou com a3eyn, And make with hym acorde certeyn; (ME3: Mannyng, R.
And ek for me, preyeth to God so dere That I have myght to shewe in som manere Swych peyne and wo as Loves folk endure, In Troylus unsely aventure.
And also Saynt Bernard says in his epistille vnto be curatez of Holykirke, "Whatso 10 binge bat bou holdes of be auterage ouer a strayte and bare lyf[lode] and simple clethyng, it es nou3t bin bat, bot it es othere mennes and it es thefte and it es sacrilege." And also Saynt Bernarde and Seynt Ierome in baire Epistelle sayes on bis manere: "Whatsoeuer binge bat bies clerkes of 15 Holykirke haue in beire possessione, it es nou3t beirs, bot it es pore mennes godes of beire subditez.
Hir gowne was bliew, dressed in goode manere With hir devise--hir word also, that sayde Taunt que je puis--and I was wele apayed, For than wist I without any more It was ful triew that I had herd afore.