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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Sloane 1584
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) 1.116 (Yorks).
Number 2021-4
1.   f. 13v   Hi sunt qui psalmos corrumpunt nequitur almos
Macaronic lines on Tutivillus — four lines in a Latin treatise cautioning priests and other clerics regarding the saying of divine offices
Number 3910-1
2.   f. 14v   O glorious Lady and Virgin immaculate
A prayer to the Virgin Mary against the plague — seven 8-line stanzas with the refrain: ‘A peste succurre nobis
Number 3912-1
3.   f. 15v   O glorious Mother and Maid of pity
Vita et spes nostra salue’, a salutation to the Virgin Mary — six stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1519-5
4.   ff. 16v-18   Glorious cross that with the holy blood / of Christ Jesu
A Litany (to the Cross, God the Father, the Trinity, the Virgin Mary, angels, apostles, saints, etc.) — the complete text comprising sixteen stanzas rhyme royal
Number 558-1
5.   f. 33   Ante ffinem termini
The song of the schoolboy at Christmas — seven Latin and English couplets
Number 4208-1
6.   f. 45v   Of serving men I will begin
In Praise of Serving Men — eight quatrains (abab) and 4-line burden: ‘So well ys me begone / Troly lole’ (repeated)
Number 1669-1
7.   ff. 85-87   Grievous is my sorrow / Both even and morrow
A song of secular love-longing — fourteen 8-line stanzas including refrain phrase, ‘That unkyndnes haith kyllyd me’