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Found Records:
Higden, Ranulphus (trans. John Trevisa), Discripcion of Britayne & also [of] Irlonde, Caxton, 1480
1.   As much as gnaws
John Trevisa; Virgil; Ranulf Higden: Polychronicon
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 660-9
2.   Every night there a cock
John Trevisa; Ranulf Higden: Polychronicon
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 1231-9
3.   If the stone is one
John Trevisa; Ranulph Higden: v
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 2392-9
4.   It is unknow / What man built this city now
John Trevisa; Ranulf Higden: Polychronicon
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 2748-10
5.   Now the book taketh on hand
John Trevisa; Ranulf Higden: Polychronicon
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 3801-9
6.   Pallas Evander and his son lieth here
John Trevisa; Ranulph Higden: Polychronicon
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 4342-9
7.   Rome no thing is peer to thee
John Trevisa; Ranulph Higden: Polychronicon
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 4513-10
8.   Strange men that needeth
John Trevisa; Ranulph Higden: Polychronicon
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 5041-9
9.   With four horse all snow white
Ovid
Printed Book: STC13440a Witness 6726-10