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DIMEV 5115
Take ye in gree O worthy master mine
Address of R. Coplande to William Nevill, following a French verse envoy added by Coplande in Neville, William, The castell of pleasure The conueyaunce of a dreme how Desyre went to the castell of pleasure, wherin was the gardyn of affeccyon inhabyted by Beaute to whome he amerously expressed his loue vpon ye whiche supplycacyon rose grete stryfe dysputacyon, and argument betwene Pyte and Dysdayne, [Ed.? (R. Copland) Enprynted at London: In the Fletestrete at the sygne of the Sonne by Wynkyn de worde, [1530?]] — one stanza rhyme royal
Subjects: envoys; printers, comments by
Versification: — seven line — ababbcc



Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 18475. Neville, William, The castell of pleasure The conueyaunce of a dreme how Desyre went to the castell of pleasure, wherin was the gardyn of affeccyon inhabyted by Beaute to whome he amerously expressed his loue vpon ye whiche supplycacyon rose grete stryfe dysputacyon, and argument betwene Pyte and Dysdayne, [Ed.? (R. Copland) Enprynted at London: In the Fletestrete at the sygne of the Sonne by Wynkyn de worde, [1530?]] , sig. c.6v
First Lines:
Take ye in gre o worthy mayster myne
This rubryke frensshe in verses incorrect…
Last Lines:
…Without your lycence yf I dyd them impresse
Pardon I praye you of this my homelynesse
Note: Ed. R. Coplande; Huntington shelfmark is San Marino, CA, Henry Huntington Library, R. B. 49038.
Attributed Title: R. Coplande to thauctour (sig. c.6v)