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First, in point of view of general interest, is a collection of drawings and poems in their original MS. by Thackeray.
We can easily understand that the original MS. ended here suddenly, the rest being torn away or lost.
At the end of the stone bridge, at the ponte dos tres pontes, next to Recife, the guards are more numerous and strict.
Even thus, the line is imperfect, but is completed by help of the Sion MS., which reads me weel chastyce.
Even in a Chaucer MS., the curious spelling vigour or vigur for figure occurs over and over again; viz.
It would be very easy, in carelessly copying a MS., to substitute either word for the other.
This implies that Stowe had seen more than one MS. containing these lines.
The Phillipps MS. is merely a copy of the other, but preserves the last stanza.
The printed copy resembles Shirley's MS. so closely, that both seem to have been derived from a common source.
The latter reading does not suit the right order of the rimes; but it points to a lost MS.

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