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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Cotton Faustina B.VI
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) 1.106 (NME: f. 1v); 1.106 (NME: ff. 2-23).
Number 3936-1
1.   Part II, f. 2   O hope indeed thou help me
Dialogue between the soul of a dying person, Death, the Devil, an Angel, the Virgin Mary, Christ and God, a translation of ‘O spes in morte me salua maria precor te’, by ‘Wilfridus’
Number 5755-1
2.   Part II, f. 2   This soul I challenge for to win / That I know is full of sin
Debate of a devil with angel, the Virgin Mary, Christ and God over the soul of a dying man — eight couplets
Number 1099-2
3.   Part II, f. 3   David that prophet was ay
‘The Desert of Religion’, incorporating much material from the Speculum Vitae and some passages from the Pricke of Conscience — 940 lines in couplets
Number 158-1
4.   Part II, f. 8v   A solitary here / hermit life I lead
Verses surrounding a picture of Rolle, in two MSS of the Desert of Religion (1099) — four long monorhyming lines with internal rhymes
Number 144-1
5.   Part II, f. 8v   A prelate negligent
The Twelve Abuses — twelve lines