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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Digby 88 (SC 1689)
Number 4086-1
1.   f. 27   O vir bought dear dum viuis think on the bier
One macaronic couplet
Number 4168-2
2.   ff. 29-29v   Of gifts large in love hath great delight
Of the Four Complexions (beginning with Sanguineus) — four stanzas rhyme royal
Number 2742-1
3.   f. 39v   It is one that seemeth a hundred
four lines
Number 1569-1
4.   ff. 62-62v   God made Adam the first day of the moon
Nota for the days of the moone
Number 1593-1
5.   ff. 64-76   God that all this world hath wrought
Storia Lune
Number 3748-1
6.   ff. 75-76v   Now hath ye heard both old and young
Prognostics from the day on which Christmas falls, with a 32-line prologue — in couplets.
Number 2533-1
7.   f. 82v   In March after the first C
How to find Easter Day according to the new moon (C) — three couplets
Number 2074-1
8.   ff. 85-91   Hot and moist is Aquarius as is the air men telleth us before
Verses on the Signs and the Twelve Months — twelve quatrains
Number 944-1
9.   f. 97v   By this fire I warm my hands
The occupations appropriate to the several months — six couplets