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Most noble prince of Christian princes all
A Mumming at Windsor, by Lydgate — fourteen stanzas rhyme
Author(s): John Lydgate
Title(s): A Mumming at Windsor
Subjects: pageant verses; occasional verse; Windsor
1.Source: Cambridge UK, Trinity College R.3.20 (600)
, pp. 71-74
Moost noble prynce of Cristen prynces alle
To youre hyeghnesse lat
his bee plesaunce
In youre presence men may to mynde calle
whylom ȝoure worthy Reavme of ffraunce…
…Lyst to supporte here sitting in þy see
Right as it fell
þis myracle to see
Attributed Title: Nowe foloweþe nexst þe devyse of a momyng to fore þe Kyng
Henry þe sixte being in his Castell of Wyndesore þe fest of his
crystmasse holding þer made by lidegate daun Johan þe munk of Bury
howe þampull and þe floure delys came first to þe Kynges of
ffraunce by myrakle at Reynes (p. 71); Of þe Ampoull And þe floure
Die Englischen Maskenspiele.
Vienna, Leipzig: W. Braumüller, 1902: 317-19.
MacCracken, Henry Noble,
John Lydgate: The Minor Poems, Vol. II: Secular Poems.
o.s. 192 (1934); repr. 1961: 691-4.
2.Source: London, British Library Addit. 29729
, f. 144-145v
mooste noble prynce of cristen prynces all
to your highnes let it be
…lyst to support here syttinge in thy see
ryght as it fell this
myracle to see
Note: Ends ‘explicit’.
Attributed Author: lidgate dane Iohn the munke of bury (f. 144)
Attributed Title: Now foloweth next the deuyse of a momynge to for the kynge henry the sixte
beinge in his castell of wyndsore the fest of hys crystmasse holdinge ther made
by lidgate dane Iohn the munke of bury how pampull and the floure delys came
first to the kynges of fraunce by myracles at reynes (f. 144)