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DIMEV 301
IMEV 158.9
NIMEV TM 109
Alas to whom should I complain b
A farewell by Edward Stafford, Third Duke of Buckingham, executed in A.D. 1521 — twenty-two quatrains, each ending with ‘remedyles’
Note: First stanza occurs separately, as lover’s complaint, 300; Cf. 3869; Ringler Jr. (1992), TM 109.
Author(s): Edward Stafford
Subjects: laments; farewells
Versification: — four-line



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Harley 2252, ff. 2v-3
First Lines:
Alas to whom shuld I complayne or shewe my woful hevynes
Sythe fortune hathe me in dysdayne & am exiled Remedyles…
Last Lines:
…Ihesu reward them bothe bodely & goostlye fro all aduersyte & grete dystresse
Þat wyll pray for the sowle of the Dwke of Bokyngam þat late was exiled remedyles
Attributed Author: …of Edward duke of Bokyngham (f. 2v)