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gate Monke of Berry: whiche he set forth after the Auctours old made hymselfe by his Lyfe Dayes. Copy, by J. S. Anno M.D.L.JX. the 4to.

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D 7, in eights. a cut of Christ sitting under the cross. A copy is in the public library at Cambridge.

The Serpent of Deuision. Whereunto is anLYDGATE, John. The Hystory, nexed the Tragedye of Gorboduç. London, Sege and Dystruccyon of Troye. by Edward Alde, 1590. 4to. Emprynted by Richard Pynson, Peter Treuerys, entitled A lytle Treatyse

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History of English Poetry and Ritson's BibThe Life and Death of Hector. Lond.

liographia Poetica.

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Lye, Edward, A. M. Dictiona

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illustravit, et Grammaticam utriusThe Cronycle of all the

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Heath, 153, lam Conquerour.

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Typog. Antiq. by Herbert, iii. 1485, 1597. LYXACER SEE LINACER.

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