The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
London, British Library Sloane 3160
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 8320; Grid 592 254 (Suffolk: Hand A, ff. 4-21); 1.116 (Midland: Hand C, ff. 25-86v); 1.116 (Derbys or Cheshire: Hand E, ff. 91-96v); 1.116 (Staffs: Hand F, ff. 97-98v); 1.116 (Warwicks/Worcs: Hands H and I, ff. 102-141v); 1.116 (‘…extreme NW Derbys or over into Cheshire’: Hand J, ff. 142-146, 146v-147v); 1.116 (Midland: Hand K, f. 147v); 1.116 (Midland: Hand L, ff. 148-150v); 1.116 (Staffs: Hand M, f. 151r-v; LP 314; Grid 410 388 (Derbys: also Hand M, ff. 166-170); LP 718; Grid 403 368 (Staffs: Hand O, ff. 153-160); LP 729; Grid 398 349 (Staffs: Hand P, ff. 160-165v).
Number 405-1
1.   f. 24v   All with a throw and a low and a lullay
Two English lines
Number 6709-11
2.   f. 71v   Wit hath wonder that reason ne tell can
Sensus miratur que racio dicere nescit’, etc., often ascribed to Reginald Pecock (see Babington (1860), 2.623) — two couplets
Number 6013-3
3.   f. 137v   To the Holy Ghost my goods I bequeath
A charm against thieves — seventeen lines, possibly in ten-line stanzas
Number 5395-18
4.   ff. 149-150   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 2812-1
5.   f. 152   Jesu Christ I Thee beseech
A morning prayer to God, Christ, the Virgin Mary, St. Michael, etc. — seven 6-line stanzas
Number 2687-2
6.   f. 153   Ipocras made this book / Whoso will therein look
Verses at the end of a Book of Medicines
Number 6326-1
7.   f. 173v   When I had nought I did give
A promise to repay in time — six irregular lines