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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Cotton Rolls II 23
Number 6841-1
1.   a roll    Ye that have the king to demean
A warning to King Henry VI — ten 6-line stanzas
Number 6434-5
2.   Art. 8    When the cock in the north hath built his nest
The First Scottish Prophecy — in alliterative cross-rhymed quatrains
Number 6412-2
3.   Art. 19    When Sunday goeth by D and C
A political prophecy according to the throw of the dice, with an introduction of four lines — in couplets
Number 5453-1
4.      The Root is dead the Swan is gone
On the popular discontent at the disasters in France 1449 — nine quatrains
Number 5442-1
5.   Art. 18    The prophecy professed and I-pight
A political prophecy — 300 lines in cross-rhymed quatrains
Number 4522-1
6.   Art. 9    S missed in the middle and mark there a P
An alliterative political prophecy
Number 3768-1
7.      Now is the Fox driven to hole hoo to him hoo hoo
On the arrest of the Duke of Suffolk — fifteen couplets
Number 1835-1
8.      He is wise that is wood
On the Evils of the Time — three couplets
Number 1346-1
9.      For fear or for favor of any false man
Verses against the Duke of Suffolk — one 15-line stanza
Number 885-1
10.   roll    Booth beware bishop though thou be
On Bishop Booth — 119 lines in rhyme royal stanzas