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Found Records:
Chaucer, Geoffrey, The Temple of Bras, or Assembly or Parliament of Fowls, Caxton, 1477?
1.   Flee from the press and dwell with sothfastness
Geoffrey Chaucer: ‘Truth’
Printed Book: STC5091 Witness 1326-25
2.   My noble sons and eke my lords dear
‘Moral Balade’
Printed Book: STC5091 Witness 3645-6
3.   The first stock father of gentilesse
Geoffrey Chaucer: ‘Gentilesse’
Printed Book: STC5091 Witness 5277-12
4.   The life so short the craft so long to learn
Geoffrey Chaucer: Parlement of Foules
Printed Book: STC5091 Witness 5373-15
5.   This wretched worlds transmutation
Geoffrey Chaucer: ‘Balade of Fortune’
Printed Book: STC5091 Witness 5803-12
6.   To-broken been the statutes high in heaven
Geoffrey Chaucer: ‘Lenvoy de Chaucer à Scogan’
Printed Book: STC5091 Witness 5965-4
7.   With empty hand men may no hawks lure
Proverbial saying about paying for what you receive — one stanza rhyme royal
Printed Book: STC5091 Witness 6722-1