ID # ACM9160 SHORT BATCH DESIGNATION: AM TITLE: An Apology for Lollard Doctrines, attributed to Wicliffe. ED. James Henthorn Todd PUBLISHED: Camden Society publications 20 (1842) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS En-face? NO. Key and code the following pages: 1. Title page (both sides) = pp. [i-ii] 2. Main text = pp. 1-113 Structure <DIV1> This item consists of a small amount of <FRONT> matter (the title page), followed by the <BODY> of the text, which contains a 31 top-level <DIV1>s, corresponding to the numbered chapters or sections of the prose. The first chapter is a preface, unnumbered: <BODY> <HEAD>WICLIFFE'S APOLOGY.</HEAD> <DIV1> <P>Here are questions and ansueris putte þat are writun here aftir.</P> <P>First, I witnes bifor God ... The subsequent chapters are numbered and titled in the margin, e.g.: (p.1) ... punishid perpe|tuali.</P></DIV1> <DIV1 TYPE="chapter" N="1"> <HEAD>I. The Pope not the vicar of Crist nor of Pe|tir</HEAD> <P>On þat is put is þis; þat þe pope is not ... (p.7) on þe pople and on þe prestis.</P></DIV1> <DIV1 N="2"> <PB N="7"> <HEAD>II. Indulg. That the Pope sellith indulgence. That he may &yogh;ef non indul|gence nei|ther to man in purga|tori, nei|ther to hem that are prescit.</HEAD> <P>Oþer two poyntis þat are put and askid are þeis. On, þat þe pope selliþ indulgence. ... (p.13) ... to gidir in trowþ.</P></DIV1> <DIV1 TYPE="chapter" N="3"> <HEAD>III. Of cursing twey points. 1. þat þe ministris of þe kirk owe not to curse. 2. þat þe kirke may not ri&yogh;t|wisly curse a ri&yogh;twys man.</HEAD> <P>Of cursing twey poynts.</P> <P>A noþer is þis þat is put and askid, þat þo ministris of þe kirke owe not to curse and to wari.</P> Smaller divisions Paragraph breaks should be recorded with <P>. The numerals 1-18 in the margin, pp. 76-80, should be omitted. Milestones This book contains no folio references or similar milestone information. Notes Notes appear in italics in the margin. Place these in <NOTE PLACE="marg"> tags and insert them in the text at the end of the line next to which they are printed, unless it is possible to assign them to a more specific spot in the text. Characters A number of abbreviation marks appear, including: Jhu (with a curved stroke through the upright of the "h") (e.g. on p. 3). Record this as $Jhu$ An abbreviation mark shaped like a numeral "9" (e.g. in "tend9" on p. 2). Record this as an unknown character $x$.