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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Ashmole 1480 (SC 7644)
Number 2616-1
1.   item 15    In the name of the Trinity
Added verses on some copies of the Ripley Scroll, citing authorities for way to find the Philosopher’s Stone and praying God for assistance — 34 lines in couplets
Number 6278-1
2.   Part I, f. 3v   When busy at my book I was upon a certain night
George Ripley, The Vision of Sir George Ripley, Canon of Bridlington — 24 lines
Number 4210-8
3.   f. 12v   Of Spain take the clear light
On preparing the Philosopher’s Stone, ascribed in Cambridge UK, Trinity College O.2.16 (1120) to Richard Carpenter (cf. Thorndike (1934), 4.351-3) — generally forty-eight couplets, but numerous variants
Number 5095-6
4.   f. 59v   Take earth of earth earths brother
Verses on the Elixir, ascribed to Pearce the Black Monk — in couplets
Number 2121-8
5.   ff. 61v-62   I am Mercury the mighty Flos Florum
Sapientia Patris — in couplets