Mrs. henryson paused to look into one of the broad windows of a gigantic store.
henryson has it in his Robene and Makyne, I haif thee luvit loud and still.
Among the Scotch poets of the fifteenth century a prominent place should have been given to henryson who is not even mentioned.
A scholar and a man of distinguished position, he has none of the lightness of henryson.
Can any of your readers point out where a copy of this, or any other unpublished poems by henryson, are preserved?
His moral and religious poems had their prototypes, even in Scotland, in such poets as Johnston and henryson.
henryson (Robert), a complete edition of his poems a desideratum, 38.
The date attached to henryson's version of Æsop's Fables is that of transcription.
How good it could be, without any convention at all, henryson showed once for all in our own language by Robene and Makyne.
In passages subsequent to that which I have quoted, henryson reiterates some of the more prominent symptoms.