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Dethe to the Tregetoure

TottelDethe Death speaketh to the Maister John Rikil Tregetoure
Dugdale-1658Dethe Death speaketh to the Mr. John Rikil Tregetoure
Dugdale-monasticonDethe Death speaketh to the Mr. John Rikil Tregetoure
Dugdale-1718Dethe Death speaketh to the Mr. John Rikil Tregetoure
Dugdale-1818Dethe Death speaketh to the Mr. John Rikil Tregetoure
 

Maister Jon Rikelle / some tyme tregetowre

SeldenMaister Jon Maistir Iohn Rikelle/ some tyme tregetowre Tregetour
TottelMaister Jon Rikelle/ some tyme tregetowre MASTER John Rikil, whilom Tregetour
Dugdale-1658Maister Jon Rikelle/ some tyme tregetowre MAster John Rikil whilom Tregetour
Dugdale-monasticonMaister Jon Rikelle/ some tyme tregetowre MAster John Rikil whilom Tregetour
Dugdale-1718Maister Jon Rikelle/ some tyme tregetowre Master John Rikil whilom Tregetour,
Dugdale-1818Maister Jon Rikelle/ some tyme tregetowre Master John Rikil whilom Tregetour
 

Of nobille harry / kynge of Ingelonde

SeldenOf nobille noble harry/ kynge of Ingelonde Engelond
TottelOf nobille harry/ noble Henry kynge of Ingelonde Eng[e]lond,
Dugdale-1658Of nobille harry/ noble Henry kynge of Ingelonde England,
Dugdale-monasticonOf nobille harry/ noble Henry kynge of Ingelonde England,
Dugdale-1718Of nobille harry/ noble Henry kynge of Ingelonde England,
Dugdale-1818Of nobille harry/ noble Henry, kynge of Ingelonde England,
 

And of Fraunce / the myghti Conquerowre

SeldenAnd of Fraunce/ the myghti Conquerowre miȝty conquerour
TottelAnd of Fraunce/ the myghti Conquerowre conquerour,
Dugdale-1658And of Fraunce/ the myghti Conquerowre Conquerour,
Dugdale-monasticonAnd of Fraunce/ the myghti Conquerowre Conquerour,
Dugdale-1718And of Fraunce/ the myghti Conquerowre Conquerour,
Dugdale-1818And of Fraunce/ the myghti Conquerowre Conquerour,
 

For alle the sleightes / and turnyng of thyn honde

SeldenFor alle the sleightes/ sleiȝtes/ and turnyng of thyn honde
 

Thow moste come nere / this daunce to vndurstonde

SeldenThow moste Thou must come nere/ this daunce to vndurstonde vndirstond
TottelThow moste Thou must come nere/ this my daunce to vndurstonde vnderstond.
Dugdale-1658Thow moste Thou must come nere/ this my daunce to vndurstonde understond.
Dugdale-monasticonThow moste Thou must come nere/ this my daunce to vndurstonde understond.
Dugdale-1718Thow moste Thou must come nere/ this my daunce to vndurstonde understand,
Dugdale-1818Thow moste Thou must come nere/ this my daunce to vndurstonde understond.
 

Nowȝt mai a-vaile / alle thi conclusiouns

SeldenNowȝt Nouȝt mai a vaile/ auaile/ alle thi conclusiouns conclusions
TottelNowȝt Nought mai a vaile/ auayle alle thi conclusiouns conclusions;
Dugdale-1658Nowȝt Nought mai a vaile/ avail alle thi conclusiouns conclusions,
Dugdale-monasticonNowȝt Nought mai a vaile/ avail alle thi conclusiouns conclusions,
Dugdale-1718Nowȝt Nought mai a vaile/ avail alle thi conclusiouns conclusions,
Dugdale-1818Nowȝt Nought mai a vaile/ avail alle thi conclusiouns conclusions,
 

For dethe shortli / nowther on see ne londe

SeldenFor dethe shortli/ nowther nouþer on see ne londe
TottelFor dethe Death, shortli/ nowther nother on see sea ne londe
Dugdale-1658For dethe death shortli/ nowther nother on see sea ne londe
Dugdale-monasticonFor dethe death shortli/ nowther nother on see sea ne londe
Dugdale-1718For dethe death shortli/ nowther nother on see Sea ne londe
Dugdale-1818For dethe death shortli/ nowther nother on see sea ne londe
 

Is not deceyued / be noon illusiouns.

SeldenIs not deceyued/ be nouȝt deceivid/ by noon illusiouns. illusions
TottelIs not deceyued/ be by noon illusiouns. illusions.
Dugdale-1658Is not deceyued/ be by noon illusiouns. illusions.
Dugdale-monasticonIs not deceyued/ be by noon illusiouns. illusions.
Dugdale-1718Is not deceyued/ be by noon illusiouns. illusions.
Dugdale-1818Is not deceyued/ be by noon illusiouns. illusions.

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The tregetour answereth

SeldenThe tregetour answereth answerith
TottelThe tregetour answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1658The tregetour answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-monasticonThe tregetour answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1718The tregetour answereth maketh aunswer.
Dugdale-1818The tregetour answereth maketh aunswer.
 

What mai a-vaile / Maugik natural

SeldenWhat mai a vaile/ Maugik availe/ magik natural
TottelWhat mai a vaile/ Maugik auayle magike natural
Dugdale-1658What mai a vaile/ Maugik availe magike natural
Dugdale-monasticonWhat mai a vaile/ Maugik availe magike natural
Dugdale-1718What mai a vaile/ Maugik availe magike natural
Dugdale-1818What mai a vaile/ Maugik availe magike natural
 

Or any crafte / shewed be apparence

SeldenOr any crafte/ shewed be shewid by apparence
TottelOr any crafte/ shewed be by apparence
Dugdale-1658Or any crafte/ shewed be apparence by appearance,
Dugdale-monasticonOr any crafte/ shewed be apparence by appearance,
Dugdale-1718Or any crafte/ shewed be apparence by appearance,
Dugdale-1818Or any crafte/ shewed be apparence by appearance,
 

Or cours of sterres / aboue celestial

TottelOr cours of sterres/ starres aboue celestial
Dugdale-1658Or cours of sterres/ starres aboue celestial
Dugdale-monasticonOr cours of sterres/ starres aboue celestial
Dugdale-1718Or Of cours of sterres/ starres aboue celestial
Dugdale-1818Or cours of sterres/ starres aboue celestial
 

Or of the heuene / al the Influence

TottelOr of the heuene/ heauens al the Influence
Dugdale-1658Or of the heuene/ heavens al the Influence
Dugdale-monasticonOr of the heuene/ heavens al the Influence
Dugdale-1718Or of the heuene/ heavens al the Influence
Dugdale-1818Or of the heuene/ heavens al the Influence
 

A-ȝens dethe / to stonde atte defence

SeldenA ȝens Aȝeins dethe/ to stonde atte defence
TottelA ȝens dethe/ Ageynes* Death to stonde atte defence
Dugdale-1658A ȝens dethe/ Against death to stonde atte defence
Dugdale-monasticonA ȝens dethe/ Against death to stonde atte defence
Dugdale-1718A ȝens dethe/ Against death to stonde atte defence
Dugdale-1818A ȝens dethe/ Against death to stonde atte defence
 

Legerdemeyn / now helpeth me right nowght

SeldenLegerdemeyn/ now helpeth helpiþ me right nowght riȝt nouȝt
TottelLegerdemeyn/ Legerdmain now helpeth me right nowght nought.
Dugdale-1658Legerdemeyn/ Legerdemain now helpeth me right nowght nought,
Dugdale-monasticonLegerdemeyn/ Legerdemain now helpeth me right nowght nought,
Dugdale-1718Legerdemeyn/ Legerdemain now helpeth me right nowght nought,
Dugdale-1818Legerdemeyn/ Legerdemain now helpeth me right nowght nought,
 

Fare welle my crafte / and al soche sapience

SeldenFare welle ffarewel my crafte/ and al soche suche sapience
TottelFare welle my crafte/ and al soche such sapience
Dugdale-1658Fare welle Farewell my crafte/ and al soche such sapience
Dugdale-monasticonFare welle Farewell my crafte/ and al soche such sapience
Dugdale-1718Fare welle Farewell my crafte/ and al soche such sapience
Dugdale-1818Fare welle Farewell my crafte/ and al soche such sapience
 

For dethe mo maistries / ȝitte than y hathe wrowght.

SeldenFor dethe mo maistries/ ȝitte than y hathe wrowght. wrouȝt
TottelFor dethe Death hath mo maistries/ ȝitte than y hathe wrowght. haue wrought.*
Dugdale-1658For dethe death mo maistries/ ȝitte than hath y hathe wrowght. wrought.
Dugdale-monasticonFor dethe death mo maistries/ ȝitte than hath y hathe wrowght. wrought.
Dugdale-1718For dethe mo death no maistries/ ȝitte than hath y hathe wrowght. wrought.
Dugdale-1818For dethe death mo maistries/ ȝitte than hath y hathe wrowght. wrought.

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