Rede Me and be Nott Wrothe, for I Saye No Thinge But Trothe

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AMS Press, 1966 - 184 pages
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Contents

Introduction
3
Contents
4
To L Blundeston
5
The Anfwer of L Blundeston to the fame
6
To Alexander Neville
7
Notes of William Rov and Jerome Barlow
9
To Alexander Neville Of the blessedstate of that feels not the force of Cupids flames
10
Alexander Nevilles anfwer to the fame
11
Out of sight out of mind
23
A posy
24
Another posy
25
The poetical Preface of L Blundeston 28
28
Egloga sccunda DAMETaS 36
36
Egloga quarto Melibeus and Palemon 43
43
Of the unfortunate choice of his Valentine
26
The uncertainty of life
27

To Mistress
12
To George Holmeden Of a running head
13
To the translation of Pallingenius Zodiac of Life
14
Notes of the Lise and Writings of Barn abe Cooge
15
To Alexander Neville
16
The anfwer of A Neville to the fame
17
Sketch of Cardinal Wolslvs Career c
18
Out of an old Poet
19
The Fly and the Candle
20
Untitled Sonnet
31
Introduction
125
Lollard Treatise made about the time of Richard II
150
A COMPENDIOUS OLD LOLLARD TREA
170
A dedicatory Poem by Alexander Neville 21
21
Untitled Sonnet
22
A Resufal
28
Of Mistress D S ? Darrell of Scotney
29
Of Money
30
Going towards Spain
31
At Bonivall in France
32
Coming homewards out of Spain
33
To L Blundeston Of Ingratitude
34
The anfwer of L Blundeston to the fame
35
Egloga fexta Felix and Faustus 51
51
Egloga octaua Coridon and Cornix 62
62
Of Lord Sheffields death 69
69
To Master Alexander No well
76
To the tune of Appelles
105
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