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Found Records:
Cambridge UK, Trinity College VI.18.2 [copy of The Dictes or Sayengis of the Philosophres, Caxton, 1477 ]
Number 6873-1
1.   f. 77   Young man for your newfangleness
Female revoiced version of Chaucer’s ‘Against women unconstant’, st. 1 — eight lines
Number 506-1
2.   f. 77   Alas to whom shall I complain
A lover’s complaint — two stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2142-1
3.   f. 77v   I beshrew you by my fay
‘Mannerly Margery’ by Skelton — four 7-line stanzas (aaaaabb)
Number 743-2
4.   f. 77v   Ay beshrew you by my fay
‘Manerly Margery Mylk and ale’, an amorous flyting, perhaps by John Skelton — four stanzas of five monorhyming lines each stanza plus a 2-line refrain: ‘Gup cristian clout gup iack of the vale / With manerly margery mylke and ale’