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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Sloane 2457
Number 5395-17
1.   ff. 1-2   The masters that usen blood letting
Poem on Phlebotomy or Bloodletting — in couplets, often with an introduction of six lines, for a total of 90 lines
Number 4171-13
2.   f. 2   Of herbs twenty-three
‘A tretys of diverse herbis’ especially Betony — in short couplets
Number 527-1
3.   f. 2   And now and ye willen dwell
One couplet introducing a prose herbal; with other couplets throughout, sometimes used as rubrics
Number 6653-1
4.   f. 7v   Whoso will this orison say
A charm against thieves — ten couplets
Number 3196-1
5.   f. 8   Lord God in Trinity / Father and Son and Holy Ghost
‘For metyng of theues saie thou this charm’ — twelve couplets
Number 4165-1
6.   f. 23v   Of festers there been manners two
How to distinguish between hot and cold festers — one monorhyming quatrain, as introduction to a prose recipe for treatment