A version of fytte I will be found in this book, pp. 122-132.
One fytte of Lucilla's history is here ended, and another is to be told.
We can always calculate upon the duration of each ‘fytte,’ as none ever exceeds the fourteenth spasm.
If he had only lived a generation later, how charming would have been the fytte or canto on Quaternions!
So much is told in the first fytte, which corresponds roughly to our ballad.
A portion or division of a poem, a canto, in this sense often spelled “fytte.”