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IMEV 1547.5
NIMEV TM 299
In the end of hiems when Phoebus had searched
A pageant address to a London Lord mayor — four rhyme royal stanzas with a couplet heading: ‘By hym that all dothe embrase / And nothing his pleasure may compase’
Note: Ringler Jr. (1992) TM 299.
Subjects: pageant verses; London, mayor of; colophons
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Cambridge UK, Trinity College B.15.39 (181), ff. 172-172v
First Lines:
In the ende of yemps whan Phebus had serchid
Envyroun the world and stode yn Aquarye…
Last Lines:
…To yowre honowre worship and ryall mageste
That ȝe persent duryng youre mayralte
Attributed Title: Vnto the most noble Senature with all diligens / Protector of the comynwelte in oure absens (col., f. 172v)