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All manner of men that lust for to hear
Rhyming history of the House of Stafford: ‘the coppie of the table that was hanging in the priorie of Stone at the time of the suppression’ — couplets
Title(s): ‘the coppie of the table that was hanging in the priorie of Stone at the time of the suppression’
Subjects: history, family; Stafford, family history
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Dodsworth 55 (SC 4197), ff. 102-103v
First Lines:
All manner of men that lust for to heere
How this Monasterie was founded here…
Last Lines:
…Besides his ffader Erle Hugh as you may see
in a faire new tombe here buried is hee
Attributed Title: The Coppie of the table that was hanging in the Priorie of Stone att the time of the suppression of the same in the xxix-th yeare of the Raigne of our Soueraigne Lorde King Henry the fourth (f. 102)
Editions:
Dugdale, Sir William. Monasticon Anglicanum. London: Hodgkinsonne, 1655; rev. eds. R. Dodsworth, J. Stevens, etc: 6.230.