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|*T The Lyfe of Ipomydon 1: 1; f. 54r 1| Mekely, lordyngis, gentyll and fre, 1: 1; f. 54r 2| Lystene a while and herken to me. 1: 1; f. 54r 3| I shall you telle of a kynge, 1: 1; f. 54r 4| A dowghty man, withowte lesynge. 1: 1; f. 54r 5| In his tyme he was full bolde, 1: 1; f. 54r 6| A worthy man and wele of-tolde. 1: 1; f. 54r 7| Feyre he was on fote and hand 1: 1; f. 54r 8| And wele belouyd in all that lande, 1: 1; f. 54r 9| Off body he was styffe and stronge, 1: 1; f. 54r 10| And to no man he wold do wronge. 1: 1; f. 54r 11| Of Poyle-lond lord was he, 1: 1; f. 54r 12| Gold and syluer he had plente, 1: 1; f. 54r 13| Hye and low louyd hym alle, 1: 1; f. 54r 14| Moche honoure to hym was falle. 1: 1; f. 54r 15| Hys name was kynge Ermones, 1: 1; f. 54r 16| He hated wronge and louyd pees. 1: 1; f. 54r 17| . . .
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2: 1; f. BBCr 261| The lady commaunded anone soone 2: 1; f. BBCr 262| That the gates were vndone: 2: 1; f. BBCr 263| "And brynge them all before me, 2: 1; f. BBCr 264| For well at ease shall they be.' 2: 1; f. BBCr 265| They toke theyr pages, horse and all. 2: 1; f. BBCr 266| These two men wente into the hall; 2: 1; f. BBCr 267| Ipomydon on knees hym set 2: 1; f. BBCr 268| And the lady fayre he gret: 2: 1; f. BBCr 269| "I am a man of straunge countre 2: 1; f. BBCr 270| And praye you, yf it wour wyll be, 2: 1; f. BBCr 271| That I myght dwell with you this yere, 2: 1; f. BBCr 272| Of your nurture for to lere. 2: 1; f. BBCr 273| I am come out of ferre lande 2: 1; f. BBCr 274| For I herde tell beforehande 2: 1; f. BBCr 275| Of your nurture and your seruyse 2: 1; f. BBCr 276| Is holden of so grete empryse. 2: 1; f. BBCr 277| I praye you that I may dwell here, 2: 1; f. BBCr . . .
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|*T [The life of Ipomydon] 2: 5; f. B.i.r 193| Of your court and your norture 2: 5; f. B.i.r 194| He hath well lerned, I you ensure; 2: 5; f. B.i.r 195| He wolde wende into a straunge count[re] 2: 5; f. B.i.r 196| More in seruyce for to be; 2: 5; f. B.i.r 197| So that ye take it not in greue, 2: 5; f. B.i.r 198| Full fayne he wolde praye you of leue, 2: 5; f. B.i.r 199| And I shall make me redy 2: 5; f. B.i.r 200| To wende with hym in company 2: 5; f. B.i.r 201| And serue hym as his owne knyght 2: 5; f. B.i.r 202| And honour hym with all my myght.' 2: 5; f. B.i.r 203| Than sayd Armones the kynge: 2: 5; f. B.i.r 204| "If this be his owne desyrynge 2: 5; f. B.i.r 205| I am well apayde of his wyll, 2: 5; f. B.i.r 206| For his askynge I holde skyll; 2: 5; f. B.i.r 207| And now I wote thou arte my frende 2: 5; f. B.i.r 208| Syth that thou wylte with hym wende; 2: 5; f. B. . . .