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ANCIENT POEM S.

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I wis, he neither stint ne stayd,

Till John o'the Scales house he came neare. 60

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Perhaps the Hole in the door or window, by which it was speered, i. e. Spærred, faftened, or fhut.-In Bale's 2d Part of the Acts of Eng. Votaries, we bave this phrase, (fo. 38.) « The dore therof oft tymes He opened and speared agayne.”.

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And here I proffer thee, heire of Linne,

Before these lords so faire and free,
Thou fhalt have it backe again better cheape,

By a hundred markes, than I had it of thee. 100

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