A............10 | |

PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. | 2 |

PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. | 2 |

PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. | 10 |

PardT 302 This is a pitous tale for to heere. | 16 |

PardT 309 So moot I theen, thou art a propre man, | 22 |

PardT 310 And lyk a prelat, by Seint Ronyan! | 24 |

PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. | 26 |

PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, | 28 |

PardT 316 Or but I heere anon a myrie tale, | 30 |

PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " | 36 |

ADVOCATZ.....1 | |

PardT 291 Come to thise juges and hire advocatz! | 4 |

AL...........1 | |

PardT 294 Wherfore I seye al day that men may see | 8 |

ALE..........1 | |

PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, | 28 |

ALESTAKE.....1 | |

PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake | 34 |

ALGATE.......1 | |

PardT 292 Algate this sely mayde is slayn, allas! | 6 |

ALLAS........3 | |

PardT 292 Algate this sely mayde is slayn, allas! | 6 |

PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! | 6 |

PardT 298 Allas, so pitously as she was slayn! | 12 |

ALMOOST......1 | |

PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. | 26 |

AMY..........1 | |

PardT 318 Thou beel amy, thou Pardoner, " he sayde, | 32 |

AND..........13 | |

PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! | 2 |

PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. | 2 |

PardT 291 Come to thise juges and hire advocatz! | 4 |

PardT 295 That yiftes of Fortune and of Nature | 8 |

PardT 305 And eek thyne urynals and thy jurdones, | 18 |

PardT 305 And eek thyne urynals and thy jurdones, | 18 |

PardT 306 Thyn ypocras, and eek thy galiones, | 20 |

PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; | 20 |

PardT 308 God blesse hem, and oure lady Seinte Marie! | 22 |

PardT 310 And lyk a prelat, by Seint Ronyan! | 24 |

PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, | 28 |

PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " | 36 |

PardT 326 Som wit, and thanne wol we gladly heere. " | 40 |

ANON.........3 | |

PardT 316 Or but I heere anon a myrie tale, | 30 |

PardT 319 " Telle us som myrthe or japes right anon. " | 32 |

PardT 323 But right anon thise gentils gonne to crye, | 36 |

ART..........1 | |

PardT 309 So moot I theen, thou art a propre man, | 22 |

AS...........4 | |

PardT 287 Oure Hooste gan to swere as he were wood; | 0 |

PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse | 4 |

PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse | 4 |

PardT 298 Allas, so pitously as she was slayn! | 12 |

AT...........1 | |

PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake | 34 |

BE...........1 | |

PardT 320 " It shal be doon, " quod he, " by Seint Ronyon! | 34 |

BEAUTEE......2 | |

PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! | 6 |

PardT 297 Hire beautee was hire deth, I dar wel sayn. | 10 |

BEEL.........1 | |

PardT 318 Thou beel amy, thou Pardoner, " he sayde, | 32 |

BEEN.........1 | |

PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. | 10 |

BLESSE.......1 | |

PardT 308 God blesse hem, and oure lady Seinte Marie! | 22 |

BLOOD........1 | |

PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! | 2 |

BONES........1 | |

PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, | 28 |

BOTHE........2 | |

PardT 299 Of bothe yiftes that I speke of now | 12 |

PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " | 36 |

BOUGHTE......1 | |

PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! | 6 |

BOYSTE.......1 | |

PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; | 20 |

BUT..........8 | |

PardT 301 But trewely, myn owene maister deere, | 14 |

PardT 303 But nathelees, passe over; is no fors. | 16 |

PardT 312 But wel I woot thou doost myn herte to erme, | 26 |

PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, | 28 |

PardT 316 Or but I heere anon a myrie tale, | 30 |

PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake | 34 |

PardT 323 But right anon thise gentils gonne to crye, | 36 |

PardT 327 " I graunte, ywis, " quod he, " but I moot thynke | 40 |

BY...........5 | |

PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! | 2 |

PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! | 2 |

PardT 310 And lyk a prelat, by Seint Ronyan! | 24 |

PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, | 28 |

PardT 320 " It shal be doon, " quod he, " by Seint Ronyon! | 34 |

CAKE.........1 | |

PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " | 36 |

CARDYNACLE...1 | |

PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. | 26 |

CAUGHT.......1 | |

PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. | 26 |

CAUSE........1 | |

PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. | 10 |

CHERL........1 | |

PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. | 2 |

COME.........1 | |

PardT 291 Come to thise juges and hire advocatz! | 4 |

CORNY........1 | |

PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, | 28 |

CORPUS.......1 | |

PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, | 28 |

CORS.........1 | |

PardT 304 I pray to God so save thy gentil cors, | 18 |

CREATURE.....1 | |

PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. | 10 |

CRYE.........1 | |

PardT 323 But right anon thise gentils gonne to crye, | 36 |

DAR..........1 | |

PardT 297 Hire beautee was hire deth, I dar wel sayn. | 10 |

DAY..........1 | |

PardT 294 Wherfore I seye al day that men may see | 8 |

DEERE........2 | |

PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! | 6 |

PardT 301 But trewely, myn owene maister deere, | 14 |

DEETH........2 | |

PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse | 4 |

PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. | 10 |

DETH.........1 | |

PardT 297 Hire beautee was hire deth, I dar wel sayn. | 10 |

DEVYSE.......1 | |

PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse | 4 |

DOON.........1 | |

PardT 320 " It shal be doon, " quod he, " by Seint Ronyon! | 34 |

DOOST........1 | |

PardT 312 But wel I woot thou doost myn herte to erme, | 26 |

DRAUGHTE.....1 | |

PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, | 28 |

DRYNKE.......2 | |

PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " | 36 |

PardT 328 Upon som honest thyng while that I drynke. " | 42 |

EEK..........2 | |

PardT 305 And eek thyne urynals and thy jurdones, | 18 |

PardT 306 Thyn ypocras, and eek thy galiones, | 20 |

ELLES........1 | |

PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, | 28 |

ERME.........1 | |

PardT 312 But wel I woot thou doost myn herte to erme, | 26 |

ETEN.........1 | |

PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " | 36 |

EVERY........1 | |

PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; | 20 |

FALS.........2 | |

PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. | 2 |

PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. | 2 |

FIRST........1 | |

PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake | 34 |

FOR..........3 | |

PardT 300 Men han ful ofte moore for harm than prow. | 14 |

PardT 302 This is a pitous tale for to heere. | 16 |

PardT 317 Myn herte is lost for pitee of this mayde. | 30 |

FORS.........1 | |

PardT 303 But nathelees, passe over; is no fors. | 16 |

FORTUNE......1 | |

PardT 295 That yiftes of Fortune and of Nature | 8 |

FUL..........2 | |

PardT 300 Men han ful ofte moore for harm than prow. | 14 |

PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; | 20 |

GALIONES.....1 | |

PardT 306 Thyn ypocras, and eek thy galiones, | 20 |

GAN..........1 | |

PardT 287 Oure Hooste gan to swere as he were wood; | 0 |