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Lady for Thy Son sake / Save me fro the fiends black
Dialogue between a dying person, Death, the Fiend, an Angel, the Virgin Mary, Christ, and God
Note: For other texts, see 2190, 3615, 3936.
Subjects: dialogues, death and man; Virgin Mary, as speaker in debate



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Stowe 39, f. 32v
First Lines:
Þis saule chalenge I for to wynne þat is full of dedly synne
I hafe foght þe many a day for to take þe to my pray…
Last Lines:
…ffor þis þe sonke in þi childhede Son forgyf him his mysdede
Son als þou biddes so sal it be Nothyng I will denye ye
Note: Two verse lines contained in each scroll in the manuscript illustration.