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Tho spake Tybert the Cat.
WITH this so came Tybert the Cat, with an irous mood, and sprang in among them, and said: “My Lord the King, I here hear that Reynart is sore complained on, and here is none but that he hath enough to do to clear himself. That Courtoys here complaineth of, that is passed many years gone, howbeit, that I complain not; that pudding was mine, for I had won it by night in a mill. The miller lay and slept. If Courtoys had any part hereon, that came by me too.”
The History of Reynard the Fox
William Caxton’s English Translation of 1481