Political Poems and Songs Relating to English History: Composed During the Period from the Accession of Edw. III. to that of Ric. III., Volume 1; Volume 14, Part 1
Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1859 - English poetry
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Page 64 - And the galaies men also, That wist both of wele and wo. He cumand than that men suld fare Till Ingland, and for no thing spare, Bot brin and sla both man and wife, And childe, that none suld pas with life. The galay men held up thaire handes, And thanked God for thir tithandes.
Page 264 - Thai dele with purses, pynnes, and knyves, With gyrdles, gloves, for wenches and wyves ; Bot ever bacward the husband thryves Ther thai are haunted tille.