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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Egerton 2862 [olim Sutherland, Trentham Hall]
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 8360; Grid 623 248 (Suffolk).
Number 3231-3
1.   ff. 1-44v   Lord thou king of glory
Richard Coer de Lion — 7262 lines in couplets
Number 3250-3
2.   ff. 45-94v; ff. 96-96v   Lordings listeneth to my tale / That is merrier than the nightingalee
Sir Beues of Hamtoun — 4620 lines in 6-line stanzas (lines 1-474) and couplets (lines 475-4620)
Number 1652-2
3.   f. 50   Grace and manners maketh a man
A proverbial couplet
Number 3116-4
4.   ff. 97; ff. 95v   Listeneth lordings gent and free
Sir Degare — 1076 verses in short couplets
Number 3686-3
5.   ff. 98-111   Ne thirst man never in land
Floris and Blaunchfleur — in couplets
Number 4900-1
6.   ff. 111v-134   Sith that God this world wrought
The Siege [or Battle] of Troy — in couplets
Number 1350-2
7.   ff. 135-147v   For Gods love in Trinity
Amys and Amiloun — in 12-line stanzas
Number 2867-4
8.   ff. 148-148v   Jesu Lord our heaven king / Grant us all…
Syr Egyllamore of Artas — generally in 12-line stanzas (aabccbddbeeb)