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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Cotton Cleopatra C.IV
Number 5033-1
1.   ff. 25v-26v   Steeds there stumbled in that stound
On the Battle of Agincourt — eight 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc)
Number 6060-1
2.   ff. 38-48   Toward the end of windy February
John Lydgate, King Henry VI’s Triumphal Entry into London (1432) — seventy-six stanzas rhyme royal and 8-line Envoy
Number 2713-1
3.   ff. 64-68v   It fell about the Lamastide
‘þe battel of Otterburn’ — seventy quatrains
Number 6425-1
4.   ff. 69-70v   When that Phoebus beams shining as gold
‘Trust not the ontrustye for hys promysse ys not sure’ — twelve 8-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 6400-1
5.   f. 86v   When Rome is removed into England
The Second Scottish Prophecy, the C Text — in couplets
Number 5213-2
6.   f. 123v1   The black shall bleed and the blue shall fare and feed
A political prophecy by the stars — couplets or rhyme royal, loosely rhyming
Number 1215-4
7.   f. 123v2   Ever is six the best chance of the dice
A political prophecy according to the throw of the dice — in couplets