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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Cotton Cleopatra C.VI
Linguistic note: Laing and Lass (2007) Index # 273; Grid 349 258 (Leominster, N Herefords: Entry 1, Hand A); Index # 275; Grid 352 275 (Ludlow, S Salop: Entry 2, Hand B); Index # 1700; Grid 574 326 (W Norfolk: Entry 3, Hand D: ff. 22v, 23, 57v, 199).
Number 3131-2
1.   f. 22v   Lither look and twinkling
Signs of Lechery — five lines
Number 2994-9
2.   f. 23   King counsel-less / Bishop loreless
The Abuses of the Age: rhyming lines ending in -les
Number 3679-1
3.   f. 23   Ne be thy wimple never so yellow ne so strutting
On the vanity of fashions — two couplets
Number 1216-1
4.   f. 39   Ever is the eye to the wood lay / Therein is that I love
A proverbial saying, followed by miscellaneous lines and snatches, possibly verse, found in the Ancrene Riwle — couplets
Number 5642-4
5.   f. 106v   Think oft mid sorrow of heart o thine sin
A warning, inserted in the Ancrene Riwle, and also found separately — six lines