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Peregrinatio humani generis, a versification of the prose of Prior Hendred of Leominster — 180 stanzas rhyme royal
Author(s): Hendred, prior of Leominster
Title(s): Peregrinatio humani generis
Subjects: soul, pilgrimage of
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 19117.5. [Peregrinatio humani generis], [Imprynted at London: In Fletestrete at the sygne of the George by Rycharde Pynson, prynter vnto the kyng[es] noble grace, And this boke made fynysshed the yere of our lord a. M.CCCCC. and viij. the. v. daye of December] [1508] , f. 1
First Lines:
…After this monyth as I before tolde
What sholde I more saye gone is all the colde…
Last Lines:
…Of thy compoundynge to take the correccyon
ffor as no thyng thou were put by his compilacio[n]…
Note: Oxford, Bodleian, Douce fragm. f.7, last folio only, includes heading, ‘The conclucyon of this boke, Capitulo xxvi’; last line cropped off. Identified as ‘STC 19623’ on UMI microfilm reel 1526.
Attributed Title: Peregrinatio humani generis (f. 1v)