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Page 213 - LOVE me little, love me long, Is the burden of my song. Love that is too hot and strong Burneth soon to waste: Still, I would not have thee cold, Not too backward, nor too bold; Love that lasteth till 'tis old Fadeth not in haste. Love me little, love me long, Is the burden of my song.
Page 156 - It was printed by Charlwood, as stated on p. 135, with the date of 1567, under the title of " A new Enterlude," never before this tyme imprinted, entreating of the Life and Repentaunce of Marie Magdalene : not onely godlie, learned, and fruitefull, but also well furnished with pleasant myrth and pastyme,
Page 27 - Enprynted at London, in Flete strete, at the sygne of the sonne, by wynkyn de worde.
Page 13 - Bucks) has been kind enough to copy for me the beginnings of all the poems in his father's unique sheet of The Courte of Venus, as follows : — (Title) The Courte of Venus. Newly and diligently corrected with many proper Ballades newly amended, and also added thervnto which haue not before bene imprinted.