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BOOK I.

TURRIEPUFFIT.

With him there was a Ploughman, was his brother.

 

A trewé swinker, and a good was he,

Living in peace and perfect charity.

God loved he best with all his trewé heart,

At allé timés, were it gain or smart,

And then his neighébour right as himselve.

 

                  CHAUCER.—Prologue to the Canterbury Tales.

 

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