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... I HERE beginneth the volume entitled and named the Recuyell of the Histories
of Troy, composed and drawn out of divers books of Latin into French by the right
venerable person and worshipful man, Raoul le Feure, priest and chaplain unto ...
I, having no great charge of occupation, following the said counsel took a French
book, and read therein many strange and marvellous histories, wherein I had
great pleasure and delight, as well for the novelty of the same as for the fair ...
Which bookes were late translated into French out of Latin by the labour of the
venerable person Raoul le Feure, priest, as afore is said; and by me jndigne and
unworthy, translated into this rude English by the commandment of my said ...
Which book is late translated out of French into English by the noble and puissant
Lord Lord Antony, Earl of Rivers, Lord of Scales and of the Isle of Wight, defender
and director of the siege apostolic for our holy father the Pope in this royaume ...
And forasmuch as it is accordant that his dictes and sayings should be had as
well as others', therefore I have set it in the end of this book. And also some
persons, peradventure, that have read this book in French would have arette a
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