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of Paynems cursyd old rytesLoo here what al theyr goddes may auayleLoo here these worldes wretchyd appetytesLoo here the fyne & guerdon for trauayleOf Ioue Appollo / of mars / suche rascayleLoo here the forme of old clerkes specheIn poetrye

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it is gadred of Bedaes Sawes that twede renneth in to the famous arme of the see that now de{per}teth english men & scottes in the eesthalf / & in that arme ben thre Ilondes / That one is Mailros

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& gyeAt my begynnyng thus to the I cryeFor it ful depe is sonken in my myndeWith piete{us} herte in english for tendyteThis olde storye in latyn that I fyndeOf quene anelida & fals arcyteThat elde that all can frete

vij fable speketh of the old dogge and of his maysterMEn ought not to dysprayse the auncyent ne to pue a / For yf thow be yonge / thow oughtest to desyre to come to old age or auncyente /

neck / and thenne the old man had an harp / and there he sange an old songe how Ioseph of Armathye came in to this land / thenne whanne he had songen / the old man bad sir Bors

And thenne the old woman sayd to her / My Frend I wyll wel / yf thow wilt swere that thou shalt neuer reherce it to no body / to the whiche promesse the good & trewe yonge woman accorded

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