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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Sloane 1212
Number 1403-8
1.   f. 1   For thought constraint and grievous heaviness
John Lydgate, The Temple of Glas — 1403 lines in couplets and rhyme royal stanzas
Number 3485-1
2.   f. 1   Mercy me grant of all that I me complain
His pitiless mistress — sixteen lines based on phrases from The Temple of Glass (1403), followed by lines 736-54, 762-3 from the same poem, adapted to form a personal petition
Number 3519-1
3.   f. 1v   Mine worldly joy upon me rue
Pur ma soueraigne’ — thirty lines with interlocking rimes
Number 1403-9
4.   ff. 2-2v   For thought constraint and grievous heaviness
John Lydgate, The Temple of Glas — 1403 lines in couplets and rhyme royal stanzas
Number 3565-2
5.   ff. 3-3v   Most worthy prince of whom the noble fame
A Defence of Holy Church, by Lydgate — twenty-one stanzas rhyme royal
Number 275-3
6.   ff. 4-4v   Alas for thought and inward pain
Supplicacio Amantis, following Lydgate’s Temple of Glass in two manuscripts — 628 lines in couplets
Number 3581-33
7.   ff. 5-100   Musing upon the restless business
Hoccleve’s De Regimine Principum — 780 stanzas rhyme royal.
Number 4191-1
8.   f. 101   Of my chamber he is and born in palatine
Fragment of a poem on Sir Eger de Femyne — nine lines only
Number 176-2
9.   ff. 101-102v   A thousand stories I could me rehearse
John Lydgate, ‘Balade in Commendation of Our Lady’ — twenty stanzas rhyme royal