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That it apertly was apayed for profit that he felt
William of Palerne — 5540 alliterative lines
Title(s): William of Palerne
Subjects: romances; translations
Versification: — alliteration



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Cambridge UK, King’s College 13, Part I, ff. 4-86
First Lines:
…Þat it apertly was apayed for profite þat he feld
& buxumly by þe bestes wille in wise as it couþe…
Last Lines:
…& god gif ane god grace þat gladli so biddes
& pertli in paradis a place for to haue
Editions:
Madden, Frederick, ed. William and the Werwulf. Roxburghe Club 48. London: Nicol, 1832.
Skeat, Walter William, ed. The Romance of William of Palerne. EETS e.s. 1 (1867); repr. 1973.