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Who that will lodge himself herein
William Caxton, ‘The ballade that was wryton vpon the gate of the prouostis place of Tourmaday’ — nine 9-line stanzas
Author(s): William Caxton
Title(s): ‘The ballade that was wryton vpon the gate of the prouostis place of Tourmaday’
Subjects: inscriptions; advice
Versification: — nine-line



Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 3124. Moste pleasaunt historye of Blanchardine, sonne to the King of Friz; & the faire lady Eglantine Queene of Tormaday, (surnamed) the proud ladye in love, [Westminster: W. Caxton, 1490]
Editions:
Kellner, Leon, ed. Caxton’s Blanchardyn and Eglantine. EETS e.s. 58 (1890); repr. 1962: 46.