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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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And the Bishop appointed him his penance and assoyled him of his sins.
[Sidenote: A trete for pees betuen Engelond and Fraunce.] [Sidenote: The duk of Burgoyn was sworn] [Sidenote: of whiche oth he was assoyled of a cardynall.]
And the Bishop appointed him his penance, and assoyled him of his sins.
At cock-crow they all assembled together in the Church of St. Pedro, and the Bishop Don Hieronymo sung mass, and they were shriven and assoyled, and howselled.
_text changed by hand to_ he may not be assoyled as soone as [thou] mayst breke out of suche comunycacõn