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A Ballad of the Scottsysshe Kyne
John Skelton
fader was slayne; Wherfore I fere ye wyll suffre payne. And ye proude Scottes of Dunbar, Parde ye bRate it:

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A Song On The Baths
William Strode
to Soules all cleere, All made for joy, noe payne. Heate never was so sweetely mett With moist aRate it:

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A Strange Gentlewoman Passing By His Window
William Strode
for remedyes, Not knowing what would ease theyr payne. Some god call backe againe that sight; Ile Rate it:

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As I Laye A-Dreamynge
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
gentler sobbed the dove as it eased her of her payne, And meseemed a voyce yt cry'd— 'They shall Rate it:

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Battle Of Hastings - I
Thomas Chatterton
ayde thy freend, and shewe Duke Wyllyams payne; Take up thy pencyl, all hys features paincte; Thy cRate it:

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Cleanness
Anonymous Americas
be forboden þat bor3e to bowe þider neuer, On payne of enprysonment & puttyng in stokkez; & þusRate it:

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Departure Is My Chef Payne
King of England
Departure is my chef payne; I trust ryght wel of retorn agane. Rate it:

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Geue Place Ye Louers, Here Before
Henry Howard
so nere her hart. And this was chiefly all her payne: She coulde not make the lyke agayne. SithRate it:

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Go, Piteous Heart
John Skelton
partys be pleasyd : Yet, and God wold, I wold my payne were easyd ! But Fortune enforsyth me so carRate it:

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In Cypres Springes, Wheras Dame Venus Dwelt
Henry Howard
the mynd; Whereof my deer hath tasted to my payne. My service thus is growne into disdayne. ---Rate it:

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Knoledge, Acquayntance, Resort, Fauour With Grace
John Skelton
to redres These feuerous axys, the dedely wo and payne Of thoughtfull hertys plungyd in dystres; ReRate it:

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Of Hym That Togyder Wyll Serve Two Masters
Sebastian Brant
and plesant To leve this mondayne casualte and payne And to thy maker one god to be servaunt, WhichRate it:

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Of Too Much Spekynge Or Bablynge
Sebastian Brant
kepe his mynde from trouble, sadnes and payne, And fynde therby great ease and avauntage; Where as Rate it:

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On The Yong Baronett Portman Dying Of An Impostume In's Head
William Strode
voyde of sence, and therefore free from payne. Thinke it noe kindness when so stealingly He rather Rate it:

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Sonnet LXXXIII
Edmund Spenser
couetize, Still to behold the obiect of theyr payne: with no contentment can themselues suffize, buRate it:

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Sonnet XLVII
Edmund Spenser
in her cruell play, and dying doe them selues of payne beguyle. O mighty charm which makes men loueRate it:

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The Bishop of Rum-Ti-Foo
William Schwenck Gilbert
now proceed to something new - Dance as the PAYNES and LAURIS do, Like this - one, two - one, two -Rate it:

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The Bishop of Rum-Ti-Foo Again
William Schwenck Gilbert
Bishops' aid) Could never hope to roam. The Payne-cum-Lauri feat he taught As he had learnt it; forRate it:

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The Book of Phillip Sparrow
John Skelton
agayn How mi Philyp was slayn, Never halfe the payne Was betwene you twayne, Pyramus and Thesbe, AsRate it:

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The Brus Book V
John Barbour
It is gud that we samyn ta Dissese or ese or payne or play Eftyr as God will us purvay. 75 And Rate it:

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The Cōforte of Louers
Stephen Hawes
goodly vaynes Whiche dyde me ease/somwhat of my paynes Tyll to me came/a lady of goodly age AparRate it:

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The Cōuercyon of Swerers
Stephen Hawes
tyll grace by medecyne Recured my sekenes my payne to abiecte Commaundynge me by her hye power deRate it:

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The Example of Vertu : Cantos I.-VII.
Stephen Hawes
may be companyon Loue neuer vnloued for that is payne Whyle that thou lyuest of that beware LoueRate it:

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The Floure of Curtesye
John Lydgate
beames clere. And so, for anguysshe of my paynes kene, And for constraynte of my sighes sore, I seRate it:

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The Merchant of Venice,: A Legend of Italy
Richard Harris Barham
Operas, Balls, Plays, and Court, A 'swelling' (Payne Collier would read 'swilling') 'port,' And iRate it:

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