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ERRATA. - Geoffrey Chaucer, The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, vol. 4 (The Canterbury Tales) 
The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (2nd ed.) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1899). 7 vols. Vol. 4.
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P 14. A 467. Perhaps the full stop at the end of the line should be a colon.
P. 15. Footnote to A 503 For ‘Hl. alone’ read ‘Tyrwhitt.’
P 85. A 3016. For eye read ye
P. 133. B 115. Insert marks of quotation at the beginning and end of the line
P. 133. B 120, 121. Insert marks of quotation at the beginning of l. 120 and at the end of l. 121.
P. 134. In the headline; for T. 4454 read T. 4554.
P. 146. B 540, 541, 547. For cristen read Cristen
P. 146. B 544 For cristianitee read Cristianitee. So also at p. 525; G 535.
P. 194. B 2043. Dele; after spicerye
P 202 B 2222. For yevynge read yevinge
P 205. B 2253 For owe read ow
P 207. B 2303. For se read see
P. 219. footnotes. For 2251 and 2252 read 2551 and 2552
P. 232, ll 9, 10. Dele the quotation-mark after certeyne, and insert it after another.
P. 271. B 4011. For stope a better reading is stape
P. 285. B 4510. For charitee perhaps read Charitee
P. 285. B 4541. For chide read chyde
P. 299. C 291. Either read advocas, or note that the t in advocats is silent.
P. 318. C 955. For Thay read They
P. 338. In the headline; for 6225 read 6235.
P. 339. In the headline; for 6226 read 6236.
P. 344. D 846 For But if read But-if
P. 345. D 859. For All read Al
P. 354. Footnotes; last line. For 1205 read 1204
P. 355. D 1219, 1227. For Chese and chese read Chees and chees.
P. 363. D 1436. For But if read But-if
P. 387. D 2242. Perhaps insert a comma after himself
P. 419. E 994. For gouernance read governance
P. 428. E 1304, 1306. Insert quotation-mark at the end of l. 1304, instead of the end of l. 1306.
P. 438 E 1635. For Saue read Save
P. 444 E 1866. Insert Auctor opposite this line.
P. 449. E 2058. For scorpion read scorpioun; as the last syllable is accented.
P. 459. E 2418. For bless read blesse
P. 461. F 20. After all, the right reading probably is that given by E Cp. Pt. Ln. Hl., but with the form pietous for pitous, as in Troilus, iii. 1444, and v. 451. Read—And piëtous and Iust, alwey y-liche.
P. 468. F 266. For Cambynskan read Cambinskan. So also at p. 480, first line.
P. 474. F 462. For sle read slee
P. 505, footnotes. For 1527 read 1526
P. 527. G 558, footnote. The real reading of E is—
And vndernethe he wered a surplys
P. 543. G 1107. For shall read shal
P. 626. Footnotes; last line. For E Seld. Ln. beauteis; read E. Seld. Ln. beautees;
P. 634. I 955. For Daniel, read David. [N. B. MSS. E. Cm. Danyel; the rest, Dauid. Probably Chaucer wrote ‘Daniel’ at first, and afterwards corrected it (by the original) to ‘David.’ Nevertheless, ‘Daniel’ is a good reading.]