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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Royal 17 A.XVI
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 614 (WRY).
Number 2719-1
1.   f. 3v   It is a wonder by the Rood
A poser attacking duplicity — two couplets
Number 1732-1
2.   ff. 3v-4v   Hail Mary full of grace / Of Thy body come He
Ave Maria — nine 10-line stanzas with a word of the Latin Salutation at the head of each
Number 2754-1
3.   f. 27v1   It seems white and is red / It is quick and seems dead
Rhyming lines on the Host — one quatrain
Number 6299-13
4.   f. 27v2   When faith fails in priests saws
A ‘Prophecy’, attributed sometimes to Chaucer and sometimes to Merlin — six lines — four 8-line stanzas (same three rhymes throughout).
Number 2470-1
5.   f. 27v3   In all this world is none so true
A single couplet on the Virgin
Number 1692-1
6.   ff. 29-29v   Hail be Thou Queen of great honour
On the Seven Joys of the Virgin Mary in Heaven — eleven quatrains, preceded by a version in prose
Number 1171-2
7.   f. 30   Earth upon earth is waxen and wrought
‘Erthe upon Erthe’