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DIMEV 3052.5
Let all men see
Verses in windows of the Guildhall in Norwich (1535).
Subjects: epitaphs; Jannys, Robert
Versification: — couplet, four-line — aa, aabb



Inscriptions:
1.Source: Norwich, Guildhall, Mayoral Council Chamber. 1535; 1. Window glazed at expense of Robert Ferrour, mayor of Norwich in 1526 and 1536, and Robert Jannys, mayor of Norwich in 1517 and 1524.
Transcription:
Window I:

Lette alle Men se, stedfast you be,
Justyce doe ye, or els loke, you fle.

Yow that sittyst now in Place,
See hange before thy Face,
Thyn own Faders Skyn,
For Falshod: this ded he wyn.

Window nIV:

For all, Welth, Worshoip and Prosperite
Ferce Death ys cum, and rested me,
For Jannys praise God, I pray you all,
Whsoe acts do remayne a Memoriall

Window sII:

The Trewe and counterfet to trye,
She had rather lose her Ryght,
Seying, the Soulders ware redy
To clyve, with all ther myght.
Editions:
King, David. “Norfolk: Norwich, Guildhall, Mayoral Council Chamber” .