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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Sloane 2578
Number 620-8
1.   ff. 6-11v   As I me went this ender day / Fast in my way
Thomas of Erceldoune’s Prophecy, in three ‘Fyttes’ — in quatrains or five-line stanzas, or others irregular
Number 1443-3
2.   ff. 23; ff. 95v   France and Flanders then shall rise
A political prophecy — one cross-rhymed quatrain
Number 4140-11
3.   ff. 32v; ff. 56v-57; ff. 70-70v; ff. 98v; ff. 99v-100   Of all the marvel of Merlin how he makes his moan
A late Merlin prophecy — alliterative lines in various stanzas, quatrains abab, 8-line stanzas, six-line stanzas. nine-line stanzas
Number 6434-14
4.   ff. 40v-41; ff. 74-75   When the cock in the north hath built his nest
The First Scottish Prophecy — in alliterative cross-rhymed quatrains
Number 6398-10
5.   ff. 44v-45; ff. 73v-74   When Rome is removed into England
The Second Scottish Prophecy, the A Text — in couplets
Number 6397-3
6.   f. 44v   When pride is most in prize
On the Abuses of the Age — five lines (aaabb)
Number 1215-13
7.   f. 45v   Ever is six the best chance of the dice
A political prophecy according to the throw of the dice — in couplets
Number 2607-3
8.   ff. 50v-51   In the land of More Brittany
An English prophecy — eleven quatrains
Number 6205-11
9.   ff. 57-58; ff. 71-71v; ff. 101v-105   Well on my way as I forth went
‘The Prophisies of Rymour, Beid, and Marlyng’ — 628 lines in 8-line stanzas
Number 6299-18
10.   ff. 66; ff. 100; ff. 106   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 1215-14
11.   f. 67   Ever is six the best chance of the dice
A political prophecy according to the throw of the dice — in couplets
Number 6398-11
12.   f. 67   When Rome is removed into England
The Second Scottish Prophecy, the A Text — in couplets
Number 2459-23
13.   f. 74   In a summer season when soft was the sun
William Langland, Vision of Piers Plowman, the ‘B’ text
Number 6434-15
14.   ff. 100v-102   When the cock in the north hath built his nest
The First Scottish Prophecy — in alliterative cross-rhymed quatrains