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F T; Francis Thynne
Attributed to Thynne by Collier; Furnivall says there is no reason for assigning it to him. cf. Dict. nat. biog. and Introd. to Francis Thynne, Animaduersions uppon ... Chaucer's workes. London, 1876.
Transcribed from: F.T., fl. 1577. The debate betweene pride and lowlines, pleaded to an issue in assise, and hovve a jurie vvith great indifferencie being impannelled, and redy to haue geuen their verdict, were straungely intercepted, no lesse pleasant then profitable. London : Imprinted ... by John Charlwood, for Rafe Newbery [etc.], 1570.  p.
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|Other Titles:||Debate betweene pride amd lowlines
Debate between pride and lowliness