The Autobiography of Thomas Whythorne

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APPENDIX VI

INDEX OF FIRST LINES

THIS index lists all Whythorne's known poems, together with a few other verses found in his Autobiography. The spelling is taken from the manuscript, except for the verses found only in his printed volumes of 1571 and 1590. The number of known lines of each poem is given in parenthesis: where the number in a printed source differs it is noted in parentheses after the appropriate reference.

The first column gives the page-number where the poem appears in this edition of the Autobiography.

The second column gives the location of vFerses printed in Whythorne's 1571 Songes, using the foliation of the Triplex part-book.

The third column gives the location of verses printed in the 1590 Duos, but here the figure shows the number of the piece in the Cantus part-book.

The fourth column contains brief notes, such as psalm-numbers given by Whythorne and identification of verses not by him. The symbol PW indicates songs included in Peter Warlock edition, Oxford, 1927.

First LinePage 1571 1590Notes
A stefast mynd þat willingly (12)279
A tyranny not lasting long (1) 49 12th Canon
Acceptable is nothing more (1) 50 13th Canon
Accompany the good (1) 19
Affeksions strong, þat do moov
vs (6)
275 36 (1)
All þat which fansy heer brouht
foorth, þi fansẏ to revẏv (2)
120
All ye þat serv þe blynd god
loov (12)
59 11
All yow þat list þe trewth to know,
who shee iz þat iz beer (44)
168
Almihty God, þi loving kạr (12)163 21v PW 538
Althings that hạv A beginning,
Tẏm bringz þem to bee seen (8)
274
And I will walk at liberty 12
As restles hed doth alwaiz gẏv (6)216 38
As þe qui'et rest, and ʒoiful hart,
with þe di'et moderạt (4)
287
As t'iz A sẏn of persons grạv (6)117 30 PW 362
As tẏm doth alter evry wiht (2)135

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Whythorne's 'New Orthografye' lxvi
  • 〈pref〉a〈ce〉 2
  • APPENDIX I LOCATION OF COPIES OF WHYTHORNE'S PRINTED SONGS 295
  • APPENDIX II WHYTHORNE AND THE DUDLEY FAMILY 297
  • APPENDIX III THE 'MUSICAL SCRAP' 300
  • APPENDIX IV TWO DELETIONS (see page 5) 304
  • APPENDIX V THE ICONOGRAPHY OF WHYTHORNE 305
  • APPENDIX VI 307
  • Index 317
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