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Lo here this lady that ye may see
A Mumming at London, by Lydgate — 342 lines in couplets
Author(s): John Lydgate
Title(s): A Mumming at London
Subjects: pageant verses; allegories; Fortune; virtues, principal
1.Source: Cambridge UK, Trinity College R.3.20 (600)
, pp. 55-65
Loo here þis lady þat yee may see
…Suche oon as þou lykeþe best
Lat ffortune go pley
hir wher hir list
Attributed Title: Lo here filoweþe þe deuyse of a desguysing to fore þe gret
estates of þis lande þane being at London madeby Lidegate daun Johan
þe Munk of Buryof dame fortune dame proudence dame Rightwysnesse and dame
ffortitudo beholdeþe for it is moral plesaunt and notable. Loo first
komeþe in dame ffortune (p. 55); A desguysing made by Lydgate of þe
foure Cardynale vertues (RT)
Die Englischen Maskenspiele.
Vienna, Leipzig: W. Braumüller, 1902: 309-17.
MacCracken, Henry Noble,
John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, Vol. II: Secular Poems.
o.s. 192 (1934); repr. 1961: 682-91.
2.Source: London, British Library Addit. 29729
, ff. 140-144
Loo here this lady that ye may see
…suche on as you lyketh best
lat ffortune go playe hir wher hir
Note: Ends ‘Explicit’ (f. 144).
Attributed Author: lidgate dan Iohn the munke of bury (f. 140)
Attributed Title: Lo here folowethe the deuyse of a desguysinge to fore the grete estates of
this lond than beinge at london made by lidgate dan Iohn the munke of bury of
dame fortune dame prudence dame rightwysnesse and dame ffortitude behold it for
it is morall plesaunt and notabell to first cometh in dame fortune (f.