There are three long appendices with poems by Chaucer, Rolle, Herebert, and Audelay (the result of a decision to include only anonymous poems in the main body of the text) and three poems from the Findern
But true to form, Thompson qualifies any praise for the tail-rhyme romance by citing the editors of the facsimile of the Findern
Manuscript, who describe it as "'the most archaic in diction and metre'" (34).
Michael Pert QC, prosecuting, said that Bladen's home, in Dale End Road, Findern
, Derbyshire, had been the centre of a network of drug taking.
393: Another Findern
Manuscript." Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 7 (1980): 445-448.
Michael Pert, QC, said her home was the centre of a drug-taking network in Findern
In 1985, as Edwina was about to enter Margaret Thatcher's government, the couple moved to a converted windmill in the village of Findern
, near Derby.
Mr Hudson, of Findern
, near Derby, arrived back in Britain after being pardoned and issued a message of thanks to Mr Jenkins, who also blockaded Nato HQ in Belgium to protest his friend's innocence.