Corning Museum of Glass

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Copy, subscribed ‘A lamentable of Kyng Edward ye iiij’, on ff. 131r-2r in a volume also containing copies of Mandeville's Travels and other works. c.1487.

SkJ 16: John Skelton, Of the Death of the Noble Prince, Kynge Edwarde the Forth (‘Miseremini mei, ye that be my frendis!’)

Later in the library of the family of Frances Mary Richardson Currer (1785-1861), book collector, of Eshton Hall, near Skipton, West Yorkshire. William H. Robinson's sale catalogue No. 77 (1948), item 144 (p. 149), with a facsimile of f. 131r.

Edited from this MS in Kinsman. Collated in Dyce.

Canon, D53, pp. 16-17. First published (lacking lines 37-48) in Certaine bokes copyled by mayster Skelto (London, c.1545). Complete in Dyce (1843), I, 1-5, and in Robert S. Kinsman, ‘“A lamentable of Kyng Edward the III”’, HLQ, 29 (1966), 95-108.