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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Harley 3810
Number 6172-2
1.   Part I, f. 1   We readen oft and find I-write
Sir Orfeo — in couplets
Number 1016-4
2.   Part I, f. 10v   Christ that was crucified for sinners unkind
The Lady who buried the Host, a miracle — seventeen 8-line stanzas
Number 4810-6
3.   Part I, f. 13v   Serve thy God truly
Precepts in -ly — usually two quatrains, but sometimes in expanded versions
Number 1388-1
4.   f. 13v   For the beginning of wisdom is
Proverbs — six couplets
Number 6870-1
5.   Part I, f. 14   Young and old learneth this lore
On Friday — eleven 8-line stanzas
Number 6040-1
6.   f. 16   To you high worship and magnificence
A love letter — seven 8-line stanzas
Number 3207-8
7.   Part I, f. 17   Lord in Thine anger up take me not / And in Thy wrath blame thou not me
Maydestone’s version of the Penitential Psalms — in 8-line stanzas (abababab)
Number 2533-14
8.   Part I, f. 52v   In March after the first C
How to find Easter Day according to the new moon (C) — three couplets
Number 4998-1
9.   Part I, f. 86v   Son one thing of charity I thee rede
On the way in which Mass is to be sung — ten lines
Number 4979-2
10.   ff. 242v-245v   Some time in Rome a pope there was
The trental of Saint Gregory — 101 couplets