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Alexander A The Gestes of Ye worYie King and Emperour, Alisaunder of Macedoine Prepared by Hoyt N. Duggan, Department of English, The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. 7 is used for thorn and 3 for yogh. Lines 79-500 were prepared separately. This text represents a first copy and has not been carefully proofread. A 1 Yee 7at lengen in londe lordes and o7er A 2 Beurnes or bacheleres 7at boldely thenken A 3 Outher in werre or in wo wightly to dwell A 4 For to achen hem loose in hur lifetime A 5 Or dere thinken to do deedes of armes A 6 To be proved for pris and prest of hemselve A 7 Tend yee tytely to mee and take goode heede A 8 I shall sigge forsothe ensaumples ynow A 9 Of one 7e boldest beurn and best of his deedes A 10 That ever steede bestrode or sterne was holden A 11 Now shall I carp of a king kid in his time A 12 7at had londes and li7es and lor . . .
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