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Bartholomeus Anglicus, a.k.a. Glanville, De Proprietatibus rerum, de Worde, 1495
1.   A cross was made all of red / In the beginning of my book
John Trevisa: De Proprietatibus Rerum (Glanville)
Printed Book: STC1536 Witness 26-7
2.   Eternal laud to God greatest of might
Bartholomeus Anglicus; John Trevisa: De Proprietatibus Rerum
Printed Book: STC1536 Witness 1206-1
3.   When nettles in winter bring forth roses red
When to trust women — seven stanzas rhyme royal including refrain, ‘Than put in a woman your trust & confidence’
Printed Book: STC1536 Witness 6384-3
4.   Who shall have the egg say ye
Six lines of a humorous song
Printed Book: STC1536 Witness 6564-1
5.   Ye that be nobly grounded all in grace
Envoy to Prohemium (1206) of Trevisa’s translation of Bartholomeus Anglicus’s De Proprietatibus Rerum — one stanza rhyme royal.
Printed Book: STC1536 Witness 6837-1