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110 THE TTJRNAMENT OP TOTENHAM.
- For she is wel shapyn, as lizt as a ra;                  ia
Ther is no capull in this myle before her will ga. She wil me not begyle; I dar sothely say, She will be[re me] on Monday Ffro Hissiltoun to Haknay, Nozt other halfe myle."                                        135
" I make a vow," quod Perkyn, " thu carpis of
cold rost. I wil wyrke wiselier without any boost. Ffyve of, the best capuls that ar in this host, I will hem lede away be another coost:"
And then lowz Tibbe.                                        ho
" Weloo, boyes, here is he That will fyzt and not fle : Ffor I am in my jolytd : *I go forth, Tibbe."
When thai had thaire othes made, forth can thei hie,                                                                     
With flayles and harnys and trumpis made of tre.
132-3. MS. Harl. Sche wyl me bere, I dar say, On a lang-somerys day.
141. MS. H. wele.
144.  MS. H. Wyth so forth, Gybbe. Wright. Joo forth.
145.  hie, MS. Hari. te, Wright.







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