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That they for hunger wolden do him dien:
His yonge fone, that three yere was of age,
Now wolde God that I might flepen ever,
Thus day by day this childe began to eric,
And faide, Farewel, fader, I mote die;
Thy falfe whele my wo all may I wite.
His children wenden that for hunger it was
Our flelh thou yaf us, take our fkfti us fro,
Himfelf difpeired eke for hunger ftarf. 1476/ Thus ended is this mighty Erl of Pife: From high eftat Fortune away him carf. Of this tragédie it ought ynough fuffice; AVho fo wol here it in a longer wife Redeth the grete poete of Itaille 14770
That highte Dante, for he can it devife iro point to point; not о word wol he faille. 14 771
♦. 14765,6.2 Thefe two verfes in the editt. have been trenfr pofcd, to the confefion of the fenfe ai well as of the meut.