W. MS f.280v, Malory on Tristan and the Hunt II

[Beginning four lines from the top, on the right, and skipping to seven lines from the bottom: "For as bookis reporte of sir Trystram cam all the good termys of venery and of huntynge and all the syses and mesures of all blowyng wyth an horne . . . that all maner jantylmen hath cause to the worldes ende to prayse sir Trystram and to pray for his soule Amen sayde Sir Thomas Malleorre // So on a day la beal Isode seyde unto sir Trystram . . . "]