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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Addit. A.106 (SC 29003)
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 491; Grid 480 407 (Lincs: Hand A); 1.144 (Leics: Hand B, ff. 198-219v); LP 492; Grid 518 406 (Lincs: Hand C, ff. 232v-266r); 1.144 (Lincs: Hand D, f. 266v); 1.144 (Lincs: Hand E, ff. 267-276v, 279-285v).
Number 2452-1
1.   ff. 6v-14v   In a morning of May when meadows should spring
The Quatrefoil of Love — forty 13-line stanzas
Number 2089-1
2.   ff. 14v-15   How should I now thou fair may fall upon a sleep
Dialogue between the Virgin Mary and her Child — four 12-line stanzas with refrain, ‘It is my fader wyll’ and 4-line burden: ‘Lullay lullay my lityl chyld / Slepe & be now styll / If thou be a lytill chyld / Yitt may thou haue thi wyll’
Number 314-1
3.   ff. 15v-27v   All childer that will clergy con
Cato’s Distiches — in 6-line stanzas
Number 2688-1
4.   f. 139   Ipocras this book made yare / And sente it to the emperor…
A rhymed preface to an English prose tract on medicine — five couplets
Number 3448-1
5.   ff. 192v-194   Masters that war of crafts seres
A poem on Lucky and Unlucky Days — 90 lines in couplets