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XXV.: VIRELAI. - Geoffrey Chaucer, The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, vol. 7 (Supplement: Chaucerian and Other Pieces) 
The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (2nd ed.) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1899). 7 vols.
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From Trin. (Trin. Coll. Cam. R. 3. 19); collated with S. (Stowe’s ed. 1561).
[4. ]S. death. Trin. wyssyng; S. wishyng. S. early.
[5. ]Trin. soo; S. so.
[6. ]Trin. whate Oute. S. measure.
[7. ]Trin. lyfe; S. life.
[8. ]Trin. In suche pore (I omit suche). S. Doe.
[9. ]S. not.
[12. ]S. Maie.
[13. ]S. truthe; plain; vain.
[14. ]S. greate disdain.
[15. ]Trin. feyne; S. faine. S. Would. Trin. compleyne; S. complaine.
[16. ]Trin. absteyne; S. abstaine.
[17. ]S. None.
[18. ]S. not.
[20. ]S. Doeth.
[11.]ure, destiny; as above, sect. XXIV. 634 (and note, p. 546).
[20.]The pronunciation of ende as ind is not uncommon in East Anglia, and may have been intended.