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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Addit. 34193
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) 1.101 (Leics: f. 5-98, 131-136v); 1.101 (Notts: ff. 99-100v, 106-106v, 119v-125v); LP 68; Grid 469 303 (Leics: ff. 126-130v); 1.101 (N Midland: ff. 137-201, 204-228v).
Number 878-5
1.   ff. 11v-14v   Blissful Lord on high what shall I do
The Piteous Complaint of the Soul (Pèlerinage de l’âme)
Number 2164-6
2.   ff. 19v-21   I grace dieu queen and heavenly princess
Thomas Hoccleve, ‘The epistle of grace sent to the seek man’, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — twenty-six stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2860-5
3.   ff. 28-28v   Jesu king of high heaven above
The ‘Chartre of Pardon’, in the English translation of Deguileville’s Pèlerinage de l’âme — fourteen stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2065-6
4.   f. 31   Honoured be Thou blissful Lord on high
Thomas Hoccleve, ‘Cantus peregrinorum’, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 443-6
5.   f. 31v   Almighty Lord our blissful king Jesu
‘The Aungelles Songe’ in the English translation of Deguileville’s Pèlerinage de l’âme — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 407-6
6.   f. 32   All worship wisdom wealth and worthiness
‘The Aungelles Songe within heuene’, in the English translation of Deguileville’s Pèlerinage de l’âme — seven stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2064-6
7.   f. 32v   Honoured be Thou blissful Lord Jesu
Thomas Hoccleve, The Angels’ Second Song within Heaven, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3890-5
8.   ff. 63v-66   O Father God how fierce and how cruel
Thomas Hoccleve, ‘The Lamentation of the grene tre of the losyng of hire appil’ — forty stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2063-6
9.   f. 90v   Honoured be Thou blissful Lord benign
Thomas Hoccleve, Song of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — seven stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2061-6
10.   f. 91   Honoured be Thou blissful heaven Queen
Thomas Hoccleve, ‘The Angels’ Song’, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — two stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2060-6
11.   f. 93   Honoured be this holy feast day
Thomas Hoccleve, Angels’ Song on Epiphany, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2067-6
12.   ff. 93v-94   Honoured be Thou Jesu our Saviour
Thomas Hoccleve, Angels’ song on Easter Day, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2062-6
13.   ff. 94-94v   Honoured be Thou blissful Lord above
Thomas Hoccleve, ‘The Song of Graces of All Saints’, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2066-5
14.   f. 95   Honoured be Thou Holy Ghost on high
Thomas Hoccleve, Song of Angels and All Saints at Pentecost, in the English translation of the Pèlerinage de l’âme — three stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3897-1
15.   ff. 107-107v   O First Founder and heavenly Creator
The hymn ‘Conditor alme siderum’ — six stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1638-1
16.   ff. 107v-108   Gods Son passing from place supernal
The hymn ‘Verbum supernum supernis’ — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 793-1
17.   ff. 108-108v   Behold a voice of pleasant harmony
A translation of the hymn, ‘Vox clara ecce intonat’ — four rhyme royal stanzas
Number 1051-1
18.   ff. 108v-109v   Come now good Lord come now our Saviour
Veni redemptor gentium’ — eight stanzas rhyme royal
Number 4782-1
19.   ff. 109v-110   Saviour of world Lord and maintainer
Salvator mundi domine’ — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1019-1
20.   ff. 110-111   Christ that would all men redeem and buy
The hymn ‘Criste redemptor omnium’ — six stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1474-1
21.   ff. 111-111v   From thence that Phebus with his beams bright
The hymn ‘A solis ortus cardine’ — seven stanzas rhyme royal
Number 5820-1
22.   ff. 111v-112   Thou cruel Herod thou mortal enemy
A version of the hymn, ‘Hostis herode impie’ — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1634-1
23.   ff. 112v-113   Gods Son and Lord omnipotent
The hymn ‘A patre unigenitus’ — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3972-1
24.   ff. 113-113v   O Lord that art Maker and Creator
The hymn ‘Deus creator omnium’ — eight stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3065-1
25.   ff. 114-114v   Let us advise this day primordial
A paraphrase of the hymn, ‘Primo dierum omnium’ — nine stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1207-1
26.   ff. 115-115v   Eternal Maker of all o God on live
Eterne rerum conditor’ — eight stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3802-1
27.   ff. 115v-116   Now the days star in his heavenly sphere
The hymn, ‘Iam lucis orto sidere’ — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 5833-1
28.   f. 116v   Thou mighty Lord O Ruler and Regnant
The hymn ‘Rector potens verax deus’ — two stanzas rhyme royal
Number 4232-1
29.   f. 116v   Of things all O mighty maintour
The hymn ‘Rerum deus tenax’ — two stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3832-1
30.   ff. 116v-117   O best maker of light and of creature
The hymn ‘Lucis creator optime’ — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3756-1
31.   f. 116v   Now Holy Ghost our very comforter
The hymn ‘Nunc sancte nobis spiritus’ — two stanzas rhyme royal
Number 4330-1
32.   f. 117   Our weary limbs refreshed now with rest
The hymn ‘Somno refectis artibus’ — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1637-1
33.   ff. 117v-118v   Gods Son O shining bright splendour
The hymn ‘Splendor paterne glorie’ — eight stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3977-1
34.   ff. 118v-119   O maker of heaven immensurable
The hymn ‘Immense celi conditor’ — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 3856-1
35.   ff. 119-119v   O Christ that art the perfect partner
The hymn ‘Consors paterni luminis’ — three stanzas rhyme royal
Number 5297-1
36.   f. 119v   The gladsome Bird the days messanger
The hymn ‘Ales diei nuncius lucem’ — two stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1418-13
37.   ff. 204-223   For why that God is inwardly the wit / Of man
‘Cato Major’
Number 3937-6
38.   ff. 223v-228v   O how wholesome and glad is the memory
John Lydgate, ‘Testament’, in five sections—sections 1, 3, and 5 in 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc); sections 2 and 4 in rhyme royal