The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
London, British Library Cotton Galba E.IX
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) 1.106 (NME: ff. 4-48v); 1.106 (NME: ff. 48v-50); 1.106 (NME: Prick of Conscience); 1.106 (NME: Cursor Mundi).
Number 439-1
1.   ff. 4ra-25rb   Almighty God that made mankind
Ywaine and Gawin — 4032 lines in couplets
Number 3187.2-2
2.   ff. 25va-48vb   Sometime there was a noble man
The Seuyn Sages of Rome — in short couplets; ‘C’ text
Number 339-1
3.   ff. 48vb-49rb   All is but a phantom that we with fare
On the Transitoriness of the World — 94 lines in monorhyming stanzas of varying lengths
Number 1793-5
4.   ff. 49rb-50vb   Harkeneth speeches of many kind things
Prophecia de Merlyn’: The prophecy of the six kings to follow King John — 278 lines in short couplets
Number 2489-2
5.   ff. 50vb-51rb   In earth there is a little thing
Sir Peny — in 6-line stanzas
Number 201-3
6.   f. 51va1   Abide good man and hold your peace / And hear what God Himselven says until
Appeal of Christ to man, ‘O vos omnes qui transitis’, etc. — three 6-line stanzas
Number 3387-3
7.   ff. 51va2-51vb   Man thus on Rood I hang for thee / Forsake thy sin for love of me
‘How Crist spekes tyll synfull man of his gret mercy’ — six 6-line stanzas
Number 6067-1
8.   ff. 52ra-52rb   True king that sits in throne
Laurence Minot, Battle of Halidon Hill — 92 lines in 8-line stanzas (abababab)
Number 4796-1
9.   f. 52va   Scots out of Berwick and Aberdeen
Laurence Minot, The Battle of Bannockburn Avenged — six 6-line stanzas
Number 1615-1
10.   ff. 52va-53rb   God that shaped both sea and sand
The Expedition of Edward III to Brabant, by Laurence Minot — sixty-three couplets
Number 1173.5-1
11.   ff. 53rb-53vb   Edward our comely king
Laurence Minot, First Invasion of France — sixteen 6-line stanzas
Number 3520-1
12.   ff. 53vb-54ra   Minot with mouth had meaned to make
The Sea Fight at Sluys, by Laurence Minot — 88 lines in couplets
Number 6057-1
13.   ff. 54rb-54va   Tournay you has tight
Laurence Minot, ‘The Siege of Tournay’ — six 8-line (abababab) and three 11-line (ababababcab) stanzas
Number 3467-1
14.   ff. 54vb-55va   Men may read in romance right
The Battle of Crecy, by Laurence Minot — ten couplets and nineteen 8-line stanzas (abababab)
Number 954-1
15.   ff. 55va-56ra   Calais men now may ye care
Laurence Minot, The Siege of Calais — twelve 8-line stanzas
Number 4861-1
16.   f. 56ra-56vb   Sir David the Bruce was at a distance
Laurence Minot, The Battle of Neville’s Cross — 66 long lines mainly in 6-line monorhyming stanzas
Number 2334-1
17.   ff. 56vb-57ra   I would not spare for to speak wist I to speed
Laurence Minot, The Defeat of the Spaniards — five 6-line stanzas
Number 6223-1
18.   ff. 57ra-57va   Were this winter away well would I ween
Laurence Minot, The Taking of ‘Þe castell of Gynes’ — forty long lines in 6-line stanzas (aaaabb)
Number 833-2
19.   ff. 57va-66vb   Betide the time Tiberius
The Gospel of Nicodemus — 1752-1812 lines in stanzas of 12 short lines
Number 1851-1
20.   f. 66v   He that casteth off the old / Before he know the new
‘Alle olde things ar not ill’ — two quatrains
Number 6247-1
21.   f. 66vb   What shall happen as I ween
A prophecy for 1560 — two 5-line stanzas
Number 1155-3
22.   ff. 67ra-75ra   Drightin dear with blissful bields
‘The Book of Penance’ (Prologue and three parts), appended to the Cursor Mundi (3474) in some MSS — in couplets
Number 1296-2
23.   ff. 73vb-75ra   Father ours that is heaven
Pater noster, followed by Exposition — 134 couplets
Number 5398-54
24.   ff. 76ra-113ra   The might of the Father Almighty
The Pricke of Conscience, sometimes attributed to Richard [Rolle of] Hampole
Number 1918-1
25.   f. 113va1   Headed as an ox
Seven rhyming lines on the Properties of a Horse
Number 2524-1
26.   ff. 113va2-114vb   In July when the sun shone sheen
The Siege of Calais — twenty-eight 6-line stanzas and a final couplet