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Skelton: A Selection from the Poetical Works of John Skelton - Page 153
by John Skelton - 1902 - 268 pages
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The poetical works of John Skelton: with notes, and some account ..., Volume 2

John Skelton, Alexander Dyce - 1843
...the kyng 2 on hand, That he must pyll his lande, 450 ' By] Marshe's ed. " But." To make his cofers ryche; But he laythe all in the dyche, And vseth suche...trouth playnly, He is so ambicyous, So shamles, and 1 so vicyous, And so supersticyous, 460 And so moche obliuyous From whens that he came, That he falleth...
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The poetical works of John Skelton: with notes, and some account ..., Volume 2

John Skelton - Poetry - 1843
...bereth the kyng2 on hand, That he must pyll his lande, 450 ' By] Marshe's ed. " But." To make his cofers ryche ; But he laythe all in the dyche, And vseth...All commeth to confusyon. Perceyue the cause why, s To tell the trouth playnly, He is so ambicyous, So shamles, and 1 so vicyous, And so supersticyous,...
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The poetical works of John Skelton, Volume 2

John Skelton - 1856
...that me dere bought ! He bereth the kyng on hand, That he must pyll his lande, «o To make his cofers ryche ; But he laythe all in the dyche, And vseth...the cause why, To tell the trouth playnly, He is so ambieyous, So shamles, and so vicyous, And so supersticyous, And so moche obliuyous From whens that...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN SKELTON

ALEXANDER DYCE - 1864
...nought, By God, that me dere bought ! He bereth the kyng on hand, That he must pyll his lande, «o That in the conclusyoun All commeth to confusyon....the cause why> To tell the trouth playnly^ He is so ambieyous, So shamles, and so vicyous, And so supersticyous, And so moche obliuyous From whens that...
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Specimens of English Literature from the 'Ploughmans Crede' to the ...

Walter William Skeat - English literature - 1871 - 548 pages
...bereth the kyng 1 on hand, That he must pyll his lande, " 45° To make his cofers ryche ; But he layth all in the dyche, And vseth suche abusyoun, That in the conclusyoun All commeth to confusyon. 455 Perceyue the cause why, To tell the trouth playnly, He is so ambicyous, So shamles, and 1 so vicyous,...
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The Poetical Works of Skelton and Donne: With a Memoir of Each ..

John Skelton, Izaak Walton, John Donne - 1881
...me dere bought ! He bereth the kyng on hand, That he must pyll his lande, w That in the conclusyonn All commeth to confusyon. Perceyue the cause why, To tell the trouth playnly, He is so ambiryous, So shamles, and so vicyous, And so supersticyous, And so moche obliuyous From whens that...
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Neuenglisches Lesebuch: Zur einrunrung in das studium der ..., Volume 1

Ewald Flügel - English language - 1895 - 547 pages
...he laythe al in the dyche And vseth such abusyouu That in the conclusyon All coinineth to confusyoun Perceyue the cause why To tell the trouth playnly He is so ambicyous 80 So sbainles, an[d] so vicyous And so supersticyous And so moche obliuyous From whens that he came...
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Neuenglisches Lesebuch: zur Einführung in das Studium der ..., Volume 1

Ewald Flügel - English literature - 1895 - 547 pages
...laythe al in the dyche And vseth such abusyoun That in the eonelusyon All commeth to confusyoun Percevue the cause why To tell the trouth playnly He is so ambicyous 20 So shaiules, an[d] so vicyous And so supersticyous And so uioche obliuyous From whens that he came...
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English Poetry (1170-1892)

John Matthews Manly - English poetry - 1907 - 580 pages
...in the dyche, And useth suche abusyoun, That in the conclusyoun All commeth to confusyon. Perceyve the cause why! To tell the trouth playnly, He is so...so vicyous, And so supersticyous, 460 And so moche oblivyous From whens that he came, That he falleth into a caeciamf Whiche, truly to expresse, Is a...
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English Poetry (1170-1892)

English poetry - 1907 - 580 pages
...in the dyche, And useth suche abusyoun, That in the conclusyoun All commeth to confusyon. Perceyve the cause why ! To tell the trouth playnly, He is...So shamles, and so vicyous, And so supersticyous, And so moche oblivyous From whens that he came, That he falleth into a caeciam,* Whiche, truly to expresse,...
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