He that belevethe bearinge in hand

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Bodleian Library, Rawl. poet. 108 (16th century) 
He that belevethe bearinge in hand
Witness description: c.1570. 84ff. Possibly transcribed by the Eleanor (Eliner) Gunter who signs her name on f.84v, as many poems throughout are subscribed E. G. The manuscript is an anthology of dance steps, recipes, and miscellaneous verse in English and Latin. See My harte I gave the not to do it paine in the Devonshire Manuscript.

f.4

1he that belevethe bearinge in hand
Sowethe in the water & plowethe in the sande.