The Vagrants are beggars or adventurers who wear yellow garments, come from Venusberg, know the black art, and are called rambling scholars. These fame when they come into a house speak thus: “Here comes a rambling scholar, a magifter of the seven free arts, an exorciser of the devil for hail, for storm, and for witchcraft.” Then he utters some magical words and crosses his breast 2 or 5 timesand speaks thus:
“Whereever these words are said, No man shall suddenly fall dead,
No murrain, mildew, or other miserie
Shall touch this groun to all eternetie;”
And many more precious words. Then the farmers think it all true, and are glad that he is come, and are 40 they have never seen a wandering scholar before, and speak to the vagrant:-“This or that has happened to me, can you help me? I would willingly give you a floring or IJ’ 0 and he says “yes.” And cheats the farmers out of their money.
The Grantners are the beggars who say in the farm houses: “oh, dear friend, look at me, I am afflicted with the falling sickness of St. Valentine, or St. Kurinus, or St. Vitus, or St. Antonius, and have offered myself to the Holy Saint with vj pounds of wax, with an altar cloth, with a selver salver, and must bring these together from pious people’s offerings and help; therefore I beg you to contribute a heller, a spindleful of flax, a ribbon, or some linen yarn for the altar, that God and the Holy Saint may protect you from misery and disease and the falling sickness.
The Dutzsers are beggars who have been ill for a long time, as they say, and have promised a difficult pilgrimage to this or that saint for 3 whole and entire alms everyday, that they, thereby, must go each day from door to door until they find 3 pious men who will give them 3 entire alms. Thus speaketh a pious man unto them: “What is an entire alms?” Where at the Dutzer replieth: “A ‘plaphart’ (blaffard), whereof I must have 3 every day, and take no less, for without that the pilgrimage is no good.” Some go for iij pennies, some for on penny, et in toto nihil. And the alms they “must have from a good and correct man.: Such is the vanity of women, rather than be called impious they give a double “blaffard,” and fend the Dutzer one to another, who uses many other words which I cannot make bold to repeat.
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