Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages: The affectionate shepherd: by Richard Barnfield. A dialogue on wit and folly, by John Heywood. A collection of proverbs and popular sayings relating to the seasons, the weather, and agricultural pursuits ... By M. A. Denham. The most pleasant song of Lady Bessy. [By Humphrey Brereton
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