The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
London, British Library Egerton 3307
Number 4252-1
1.   f. 52v   Omnes gentes plaudite / Car nostre saueyour est ne
A macaronic carol of the Nativity in Latin, French, and English — five quatrains (aaab) and burden: ‘Nouo profusi gaudio / Benedicamus domino
Number 5827-2
2.   f. 53   Thou holy daughter of Sion
A carol to the Virgin Mary — seven quatrains (abab) and burden (cc): ‘Nouus sol de virgine / Reluxit nobis hodie
Number 2276-1
3.   f. 54v   I shall you tell this ilk night
A carol to St. Stephen — six quatrains (aaab) and burden: ‘The holy marter Steuen we pray / To be our socour both myght and day’
Number 1277-1
4.   f. 55   Father and Son and Holy Ghost / Great God in Trinity
A carol to the Trinity — three quatrains and burden: ‘Qui natus est de virgine / Saluum me fac domine
Number 1742-1
5.   ff. 55v-56   Hail most mighty in Thy working
Aue Rex anglorum: an Epiphany carol — one quatrain (aaab) and burden: ‘Aue rex angelorum / Aue rexque celorum / Aue princepsque polorum
Number 2032-1
6.   f. 58v   His sign is a star birth
An Epiphany carol — three quatrains (aaab) with ‘Iluminare Jerusalem’ refrain and burden: ‘Illuminare jherusalem / The duke aperyth in bedlem’
Number 2774-1
7.   ff. 59v-60   Ivy is both fair and green
A carol in praise of ivy — five 7-line stanzas (ababccc) including bob and burden: ‘Ivy ys good & glad to se / Iuy is fair in hys degre’
Number 337-1
8.   ff. 62v-63   All Holy Church was but a thrall
Carol to St Thomas of Canterbury — seven 5-line stanzas (aaabb) with 2-line burden: ‘Seynt Thomas honour we / Thorgh whos blod Holy Chyrch ys made fre’
Number 6797-1
9.   f. 63v   Worship of virtue is the meed
Carol to St. George—three quatrains and burden: ‘Enfors we vs withall our myght / To loue seynt georg owr lady knyght’
Number 589-2
10.   ff. 65v-66   As Holy Kirk makes mind / Intrauit ventris thalamum
A macaronic carol of the Nativity — nine quatrains (abab) and two-line burden: ‘The almyghty Kyng of blys / Assumpsit carnem virginis
Number 2050-4
11.   f. 66v   Holy Writ sayeth which no thing is soother
‘Amende me and peyre me nauȝt’ — six quatrains (aaab) and burden: ‘I pray yow all wyth o thowght / Amende me and peyre me nowght’
Number 1689-1
12.   f. 67   Hail be Thou Mary most of honour
To the Virgin — four quatrains (aabb) with ‘Aue plena gracia’ refrain and burden: ‘Ave, plena gracia / Dei mater Maria