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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Laud misc. 23 (SC 655)
Number 6005-1
1.   f. 23   To that high bliss now bring us He
Couplet at end of a prose exposition of the Ten Commandments — one couplet
Number 1014-2
2.   f. 23   Christ that died upon the cross for salvation of mankind
A prayer for grace at death, at the beginning of Lavynham’s Tretis — three long monorhyming lines
Number 6583-2
3.   f. 26v   Who then that will buyeth him bliss
Against pride — one cross-rhymed quatrain in Lavynham’s Tretys
Number 1471-1
4.   f. 39v   From the seed of sorrow that is sin
A prayer for heaven’s bliss — one long couplet at the end of Lavynham’s Tretys
Number 6369-1
5.   f. 111v   When life is most loved and death is most hated
‘Erthe upon Erthe’
Number 6670-4
6.   ff. 112v-114   Why is this world beloved that false is and vain
Cur mundus militat… — twenty couplets
Number 2165-1
7.   f. 114v   I had my silver and my friend
A warning against lending money — four monorhyming lines
Number 666-1
8.   f. 114v   As other men hath in land
Four gnomic lines, perhaps a riddle — two couplets