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With great humility I suit me to your gentilness
‘Remembre your promesse & bryng ytt to an ende’ — five stanzas rhyme royal, with last two lines always rhyming ‘be my frende’ and ‘to an ende’
Title(s): ‘Remembre your promesse & bryng ytt to an ende’
Subjects: lover’s pleas; lovers, addresses to beloved
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Rawlinson C.813 (SC 12653) [Welles Anthology], ff. 63-63v
First Lines:
With greate humylyte I submytt me to your gentylnes
and with dew reuerens lowly I me recommende…
Last Lines:
…and my true loue as to my most spetyall frende
besechyng yow þat your promesse may be brought to an e[nd]
Editions:
Padelford, Frederick Morgan. “Liedersammlungen des xvi. Jahrhunderts…IV.” Anglia 31 (1908): 309-96: 384-5.
Jansen, Sharon L., and Kathleen H. Jordan, eds. The Welles Anthology: MS. Rawlinson C.813: A Critical Edition. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1991: 234-6.