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Thomas Hoccleve (c. 1368–c. 1426)

Occleve or Hoccleve, Thomas. An English poet; born about 1370. His principal works are: ‘The Regiment of Princes,’ written for Henry V., when a prince; and ‘Mal Regle’ a rather amusing account of the poet’s follies and impecuniosity.