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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Cotton Claudius A.II
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) 1.105 (‘Language probably of Staffs’: f. 1v); 1.105 (Staffs: ff. 2-37v); 1.105 (Staffs: ff. 38-126v); LP 52 (Salop: ff. 127-152v); 1.105 (‘Language probably of Staffs’: ff. 153v-154).
Number 1571-1
1.   f. 3v   God maker of all thing
A prologue to Mirk’s Festial — two couplets
Number 6501-5
2.   f. 15   Wherefore pray we to him to make us steadfast in our fay
On St Thomas the Apostle’s proving our faith, in Mirk’s Festial — two couplets
Number 755-5
3.   ff. 102-102v   Be glad and blithe Queen of bliss
On the Seven Joys of the Blessed Virgin in Heaven in Mirk’s Festial (except London, British Library Harley 210) — of varying length, rhyme and metre
Number 5312-1
4.   f. 125v   The great sentence I write thee here
The Method of pronouncing sentence of Excommunication — in prose with a preface of twelve rhyming lines and ten rhyming lines at the conclusion
Number 1581-6
5.   ff. 129-154v   God sayeth Himself as written we find
Mirk’s Instructions for Parish Priests — in couplets