The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Fairfax 14 (SC 3894)
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 6; Grid 348 462 (Lancs).
Number 3474-2
1.   ff. 4ra-83ra   Men yearnen gestes for to hear / And romance read in diverse manner
Cursor Mundi — in couplets
Number 6363-1
2.   ff. 83ra-102ra   When Jesu Christ was done on rood
The Assumption of Our Lady, added to the Cursor Mundi (3474) — 784 lines
Number 5020-1
3.   ff. 102ra-106ra   Spell yet I would speak if I could
Dialogue between the Virgin Mary and St. Bernard on the Passion (incorporated in the Cursor Mundi — in 104 6-line stanzas preceded by a six-couplet introduction
Number 3092-1
4.   ff. 106rb-107rb   Listen goodmen with your leave
Founding of the Feast of the Conception (in Cursor Mundi)
Number 1574-1
5.   ff. 107va-108ra   God o love has His cleping
An Exposition of the Creed, in some MSS of Cursor Mundi — 58 couplets
Number 1296-1
6.   ff. 108ra-109va   Father ours that is heaven
Pater noster, followed by Exposition — 134 couplets
Number 1285-1
7.   ff. 109va-110ra   Father and Son and Holy Ghost / To Thee I cry and call most
A prayer to the Trinity — seven 12-line stanzas
Number 2931-1
8.   ff. 110ra-110vb   Jesu that would after midnight / Thy sweet face that was so bright
The Hours of the Cross — in 6-line stanzas(aabccb)
Number 1155-1
9.   ff. 110vb-121vb   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 314-2
10.   ff. 122ra-123vb   All childer that will clergy con
Cato’s Distiches — in 6-line stanzas
Number 1082-1
11.   f. 123vb   Courteous Caton
On Cato, pagan yet Christian — five tail-rhyme stanzas of 6 short lines