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IMEV 2547.3
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O Rex regum in thy realm celestial
The House of Stanley: The Battle of Brampton, or Flodden Field — twenty-six stanzas rhyme royal
Note: Cf. 622.5, 3779, 4045.
Title(s): Flodden Field
Subjects: Stanley, house of; Flodden Field, battle of; Brampton, battle of; historical poems
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Harley 2252, ff. 45v-48v
First Lines:
O Rex Regnum in thy Reallme Celestyall
Gloryfied with gawdis of gabryellis company…
Last Lines:
…I me submyte to your cherytabyll corectyon
And yn þus man shalbe my conclusyon
Attributed Author: ffrauncis dyngley de manstow (f.48v)
Attributed Title: Explicit bellum de Brampton (f. 48v)
Editions:
Dolman, A. “Ancient Ballads on the Battle of Flodden Field.” Gentleman’s Magazine 221 (1886): 16.



Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 13445. Higgins, John, The mirour for m[a]gistrates, H. Marsh, 1587 , ff. 256-258v
Editions:
Haslewood, Joseph, ed. The Mirror for Magistrates. London, 1815 (STC 13445): 2.449.
Campbell, L. B., ed. The Mirror for Magistrates. Cambridge, 1939; STC 13445: 489 (collated with London, British Library Addit. 27879).