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Title:  Problemys of olde siknesse and figures Whiche p[ro]uyd been fructuous of sentens and haue auctorities grounded on scripture by resemblance of notable apperannce [sic] with moralities concludynge on prudence.
Author: Lydgate, John, 1370?-1451?
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For bettre is fredome with lytel in gladesse.Than to be thralle with al worldly richesseGo lytel squyer and recōmaunde meVnto my master with humble affectionBesechynge him lowle of mercy and pyteOf this rude makyng to haue compassion.And as touchynge the translacion.Dute of frensshe howe so it englisshed beAlle thinge is saide vndre correctioywith supportacion of your benignynteHere endeth the tale of the chorle & the byrd. Emprentyd by me Richarde Pinson.