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A my herte a what eilith the
A Note on this Edition
A wel I hawe at other lost
Absens absenting causithe me to complaine
Alas poore man what hap have I
Alas that men be so vngent
Alas what shuld yt be to yow preiudyce
All women have vertues noble & excelent
All yn the sight my lif doth hole depende
Also wyckyd tonges byn so prest
am el mem
And now my pen alas wyth wyche I wryte
and thys be thys ye may
And who that sayth that for to love ys vyce
And wylt thow leve me thus
Appendix I: Paleographic Features
Attribution by Order of Appearance
as ffor my part I know no thyng
As power & wytt wyll me Assyst
At last withdrawe yowre cruellte
At most myscheffe
Back Matter
Beholde love thye powre how she despisith
blame not my lute for he must sownde
Bownd am I now & shall be styll
but now helpe god to quenche all thys sorow
Ceaser whan the traytor of egipte
comforte thy self my wofull herte
Cruell desire my master and my foo
Deme as ye list vppon goode cause
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Dryven bye desire I dede this dede
Dyvers dothe vse as I have hard & kno
Early Printed Books Witness Descriptions
Eche man telles me I chaunge of my devise
Family and Affairs of Henry VIII
fancy framed my hart ffrust
Farewell all my wellfare
ffanecy fframed my hart ffurst
ffor to love her for her lokes lovelye
fforget not yet the tryde entent
ffortune dothe frown
ffortyn ells
ffull well yt maye be sene
for loue ys yet the moste stormy lyfe
for thowgh I had yow to morow agayne
for thylke grownde that bearyth the wedes wycke
for who so ends
Front Matter
Genealogical Tables Landing
General Introduction
Go burnynge siths vnto the frosen hert
Greting to you bothe yn hertye wyse
Grudge on who liste this ys my lott
Gyve place all ye that dothe reioise
Hartte aprest with dessperott thoughtes
hate whom ye list for I kare not
He Robyn gentyll robyn
Hey Robyn Ioly Robyn tell me
how frendly was medea to Iason
how shold I
howe shulde I
I abide and abide and better abide
I am as I am and so wil I be
I am not ded altho I had a falle
I ame not she be prowess off syt
I finde no peace and all my warre is donne
I have sought long with stedfastnesse
I lowe lovyd and so doithe she
I may well say with Ioyfull harte
I se the change ffrom that that was
If that I cowlde in versis close
In faythe methynkes yt ys no Ryght
In places Wher that I company
Ineternum I was ons determined
It was my choyse It Was my chaunce
The Devonshire Manuscript/It was my choyse yt was no chaunce /
Items in the Devonshire Manuscript Without Witnesses
lament my losse my labor and my payne
lengre to muse
Lo how I seke & sew to haue
lo in thy hat thow hast be gone
love doth againe
Lyk as the swanne towardis her dethe
Madame margeret
Manuscript Witness Descriptions
Marvell nomore Altho
May not thys hate from the estarte
Me list no more to sing
My ferefull hope from me ys fledd
my hart ys set nat to remowe
my hart ys set not remove
My harte I gave the not to do it paine
My herte I gave the not to do yt paine
My hope alas hath me abusid
My hope is yow for to obtaine,
My loue ys lyke vnto theternall fyre
My lute awake performe the last labor
My mothers maides . when they dyd sow or spin
My nowne Iohn poyntz . sins ye delight to know
My pen take payn a lytyll space
my ywtheffol days ar past
Mye love toke skorne my servise to retaine
myght I as well within my song be lay
Myght I as well within my songe
to home shall I playn
Nature that gave the bee so fete agrace
now all of chaunge
Now may I morne as one off late
Now must I lerne to lyue at rest
now that ye be assemblled heer
Nowe fare well love and theye lawes forever
O cruell causer of vndeserrved chaynge
o happy dames that may enbrayes
O marble herte and yet more harde perde
O myserable sorow withowten cure
o god alas
O ye louers that hygh vpon the whele
Ons me thoght ffortune me kist
Ons me thought fortune me kiste
Pacyence of all my smart
Pacyence tho I have not
The Devonshire Manuscript/patiens for I have wrong /
patiens for my devise
Payne of all payne the most grevos paine
perdye I saide yt not
Resounde my voyse ye woodes that herithe me plaine
She sat and sewid that hathe done me the wronge
Sigla of Manuscripts & Early Printed Books Associated with the Devonshire Manuscript
Sins ye delight to kno
Sins you will nedes that I shall sing
So feble is the therd that dothe the burden staye
The Devonshire Manuscript/So vnwarely was never no man cawght /
The Devonshire Manuscript/Somtyme I fled the fyre that me brent /
Spight hathe no powre to make me sadde
Stoppe me of my
The Devonshire Manuscript/Suche Wayn thowght / as wonted to myslede me /
Suffryng in sorow in hope to attayn
Sum summ say I love sum say I moke
Sum tyme I syghe sumtyme I syng
Syns loue ys suche that as ye wott
Syns so ye please to here me playn
Take hede be tyme leste ye be spyede
Tanglid I was yn loves snare
Textual Introduction
That tyme that myrthe dyd stere my shypp
The Boleyn Family
The Boleyn, Knyvet, Shelton, and Howard Families
The fruite of all the seruise that I serue
The hart & servys to yow profferd
The Howard Family
The Ioye so short alas the paine so nere
The knot which fyrst my hart did strayn
The knot which fyrst my hart dyd strayn
The Devonshire Manuscript/The knott whych ffyrst my hart dyd strayn /
the losse is small to lose suche on
The Devonshire Manuscript/The lyvely sparkes that yssue frome those Iies /
The pleasaunt beayt of swet Delyte Dothe blynd
The restfull place Revyver of my smarte
the sueden ghance ded mak me mves
The Devonshire Manuscript/The Wandryng gadlyng in the somer tyde /
ther ys no cure ffor care off miyd
Theye fle from me that some tyme ded me seke
This rotyd greff will not but growe
The Devonshire Manuscript/Tho I can not yowr cruelte constrayne /
thou haste no faith of him that eke hath none
thy promese was to loue me best
To cause accorde or to agree
to cowntarffete a mery mode
To dere is bowght the doblenes
To make an ende of all this strif
to men that knows ye not
to my meshap alas I ffynd
To Rayle or geste ye kno I vse yt not
To wette yowr Iye withouten teare
to wishe and wante and not obtaine
To yowr gentyll letters an answere to resyte
Too yoye In payne my will
Venus thorns that are so sharp and kene
wan I be thyng my wontyd was
Was neuer yet fyle half so well fylyd
whan that I call vnto my mynde
The Devonshire Manuscript/What deth ys worse then thys /
What dethe is worsse then this
What helpythe hope of happy hape
What menythe thys when I lye alone
what nedythe lyff when I requyer
What no perde ye may be sure
what shulde I saye
What thyng shold cawse me to be sad
when I bethynk my wontet ways
Who hath more cawse for to complayne
Who hathe harde of such tyrannye before
Who wold haue euer thowght
Wo worthe the fayre gemme vertulesse
Womans harte vnto no creweltye
Works Cited A-M
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What Wonderous love hathe wrought
Wyly no dought ye be a wry
Wyth sorowful syghes and wondes smart
Wythe seruing still
Ye know my herte my ladye dere
yf chaunse assignid
Yf in the worlde there be more woo
Yf with complaint the paine might be exprest
yff all the erthe were parchment scrybable
Yff fansy wuld favour
Yff I had sufferd thys to yow vnware
Yff reason govern fantasye
yff yt be so that ye so creuel be
Yowre ferefull hope cannot prevayle
ys thys honor
ys yt possyble