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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-795

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general literature department cvii What we oft do best By sick interpreters once weak ones is Not ours or not allow'd If it do I'll venture one have at him Thus hulling in The wild sea of my conscience did steer Towards this remedy whereupon we are Now present here together If your business Seek me out and that way am wife in Out with it boldly If we live thus tamely To be thus jaded by piece of scarlet Farewell nobility He is return'd in his opinions which Have satisfied the king for his divorce Together with all famous colleges Almost in Christendom -ghiglo- ajron Explain clearly with illustrations from Anglo- Saxon Accidence the vowel-relations known as muta- tion and gradation Decline the nouns modor-lufu-fcet--feoh and the pronouns he and se Classify the Strong Verbs and also the Weak and make list of the Strong-Weak Verbs Discuss these suffixes -lsecan -sum -leas -ing rseden Give the Anglo-Saxon forms of to choose-fourteen outmost-to rue-to rush and the modern forms of scieppan-ceorfan-iernan-neah-mynet Give some account of iElfric and his works
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