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For Plumpton-parke I will give thee,
With tenements faire beside :
To maintaine thy good cowe-hide." 180
Gramercye, my liege, the tanner replyde,
For the favour thou haft me showne;
Neates leather shall clout thy shoen.
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The scene of this song is the same, as in Num. XIV. The pilgrimage to Walfingham suggested the plan of many popular pieces. In the Pepys collection, Vol. I. p. 226, is a kind of Interlude in the old ballad style, of which the firs] jianza alone is worth reprinting.
As I went to Walfingham,
To the shring, with speede,
In a pilgrimes weede.
- Welcome, lady gay,
-Oft have I said you nay.
The following ballad was once very popular; it is quoted
Even in the time of Langland, pilgrimages to Walfingham were not
Hermets on a heape, with hoked staves,
I in eo their.
We have placed this, and Gentle HERDSMAN, &c. thus early in the volume, upon a presumption that they must bave been written, if not before the dissolution of the monafteries, yet while the remembran
rance of them was fresh in the minds of the people.
S ye came from the holy land
Of blessed' Walsingham,
As by the way ye came?