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Skeat, W. W.
Skeat, Walter W.
Skeat, Walter William
Manuscript language material
writer of accompanying material
Chaucer, Geoffrey (ca 1340-1400)
Langland, William (ca 1330-ca 1400)
Mayhew, A. L. (b. 1842.)
Mayhew, Anthony Lawson (1842-)
Mayhew, Anthony Lawson (b. 1842.)
Milton, John (1608-1674)
Morris, R. (1833-1894)
Morris, Richard (1833-1894)
Oxford University Press
Aelfric's lives of saints, being a set of sermons on Saints' Days formerly observed by the English Church
Boethius and Troilus
Book of the most excellent and noble prince, Robert de Broyss, King of Scots
Bruce, or, The Book of the most excellent and noble prince, Robert de Broyss, King of Scots, The
Chaucer canon, with a discussion of the works associated with the name of Geoffrey Chaucer, The
Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer., The
concise dictionary of English etymology, The
Concise dictionary of Middle English from A.D. 1150 to 1580
concise etymological dictionary of the English language, A : by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat.
Early English proverbs, chiefly of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, with illustrative quotations
English-Anglo-Saxon vocabulary., An
English dialects from the eighth century to the present day.
English poems of John Milton, The
Etymological Dictionary of the English Language, An
evolution of the Canterbury tales., The
Glossarial index to the works of Geoffrey Chaucer.
glossary of Tudor and Stuart words, A
Gospel according to Saint Matthew and according to Saint Mark., The
Guillaume de Palerne.
Havelok the Dane.
Holy Gospels in Anglo-Saxon, Northumbrian, and Old Mercian versions, synoptically arranged, The : with collations exhibiting all the readings of all the mss. : together with the early Latin version as contained in the Lindisfarne ms., collated with the Latin version in the Rushworth ms.
Hous of fame, in three books., The
house of fame
How the good wife taught her daughter
Introduction, Glossary and Indexes
John Milton's Epitaphium Damonis : printed from the first edition
kingis quair: together with a ballad of Good counsel:, The
Lancelot of the Laik : a Scottish metrical romance (about 1490-1500 A.D.)
Lancelot of the Lake.
Lay of Havelok the Dane, The : composed in the reign of Edward I, about A.D. 1280
legend of good women, The
Malaysian fables, folk tales & legends
Moeso-Gothic glossary; with an introduction, an outline of Moeso-Gothic grammar, and a list of Anglo-Saxon and old and modern English words, etymologically connected with Moeso-Gothic., A
Nine specimens of English dialects
Notes to the Canterbury Tales
Pierce the Ploughmans crede (about 1394 A.D.) Transcribed and edited from MS. Trin. Coll., Cam., R. 3, 15, collated with MS. bibl. reg. 18. B. XVII. in the British Museum, and with the old printed text of 1553; to which is appended God spede the plough (about 1500 A.D.) from MS. Lansdowne 762.
Piers the Plowman and Richard the Redeless
place-names of Bedfordshire, The
place-names of Berkshire, The
place-names of Cambridgeshire, The
place-names of Suffolk, The
poetical works of John Milton, The
poetical works of Thomas Chatterton., The
primer of classical and English philology, A
primer of English etymology, A
Principles of English etymology.
Prioresses tale, Sire Thopas, the Monkes tale, the Clerkes tale, the Squieres tale from the Canterbury tales, The
problem of spelling reform, The
Prologue, the Knightes tale, the Nonne preestes tale from the Canterbury tales, The
Proverbs of Alfred.
Richard the Redeless
Roman de Mélusine.
romans of Partenay, or of Lusignen, The : otherwise known as The tale of Melusine
Romaunt of the rose ; minor poems
Ryme-index to the manuscript texts of Chaucer's Minor poems.
science of etymology, The
Shakespeare's Plutarch being a selection from the lives in North's Plutarch which illustr*. -
Shakespeare's Plutarch; being a selection from the lives in North's Plutarch which illustrate Shakespeare's plays.
Specimens of early English : with introduction, notes and glossarial index
Specimens of English dialects.
Specimens of English literature from the P̕loughmans crede ̕to the S̕hephe ardes calender ̕A.D. 1394-A.D. 1579
Specimens of English literature : from the 'Ploughmans crede' to the 'Shepheardes calender' A.D. 1394 - A.D. 1579 : with introduction, notes, and glossarial index
student's Chaucer, being a complete edition of his works., The
student's pastime; being a select series of articles reprinted from "Notes and queries", A
tale of Gamelyn, The : from the Harleian Ms. No 7334, collated with six other mss.
Tale of the Man of lawe; the Pardoneres tale; the Second nonnes tale; the Chanouns yemannes tale, from the Canterbury tales., The
Treatise on the astrolabe, addressed to his son Lowys, by Geoffrey Chaucer, A. D. 1391. Edited from the earliest mss. by the rev. Walter W. Skeat,..., A
Troilus and Criseyde
Twelve facsimiles of Old English manuscripts
Two collections of Derbicisms : containing words and phrases in a great measure peculiar to the natives and inhabitants of the County of Derby
vision of William concerning Piers Plowman, together with Vita de Dowel, Dobet, et Dobest, secundum Wit et Resoun, The
vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman in three parallel texts; together with Richard the Redeless, The
vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman, The : according to the version revised and enlarged by the author about A. D. 1377
vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman, The : together with Vita de Dowel, Dobet et Dobest, secundum wit et resoun
wild tribes of the Malay Peninsula, The