1. Introduction to Clubb's edition of Egerton 615
2. ibid.
3. prior of Chaalis. ‘... Pelerinage de l'Ame qui par avant en rime tres curieusement fut compose par vray religieux de bonne memoire damp Guillaume, prieur en son temps de l'abbaye de Chaaliz, de l'ordre de Cisteaulx ...’ , Prologue to the French prose version of Ame.
4. Stürzinger. London, 1893, 1895, 1897.
5. For a more detailed description of the manuscripts, see the introduction of Rosemarie Potz McGerr’s edition of Spencer 19.
6. This quotation is taken from Clubb's edition of MS Egerton 615.
7. From the introduction of Clubb's edition of Egerton 615.
8. Michael Seymour, Selections from Hoccleve (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1981), Robert Raymo, in A Manual of the Writings in Middle English 1050-1500 (Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1986)
9. See, for example The Regement of Princes, ll. 1961-2:

‘O, maistir deere, and fadir reverent!
Mi maister Chaucer, floure of eloquence,’

10. Mother Barry. Mentioned in the introduction to Clubb's edition of Egerton 615.