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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Lat. misc. e.85
Number 924-3
1.   ff. 79-81   By a forest side walking as I went
‘A tretyse of Parce michi domine’, Allegory of the bird with four feathers — 240 lines in 8-, l2-, up to 20-line stanzas, with this refrain
Number 604-1
2.   ff. 81-82   As I gan wander in my walking / Besides an holt…
The Hours of Man’s Life — ten 8-line stanzas with the refrain: ‘þis worlde is but a vanyte’
Number 629-1
3.   ff. 83-83v   As I walked myself alone
‘Of kynge Herry the vi’. The poet hears Henry bemoaning the wicked counsel of Queen Margaret etc., that led to the murder of Humphrey and the exile of the Duke of York — fifty-four lines in 8-line stanzas, ababcdcd