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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Laud misc. 622 (SC 1414)
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 6260; Grid 540 193 (Essex).
Number 382-1
1.   ff. 21va-26vb   All that willen hear in rhyme / How good men in old time
The Life of St Alexis — in l2-line stanzas
Number 5993-1
2.   ff. 26vb-27va   To our Lord Jesu Christ in heaven
Adam Davy’s Five Dreams about Edward II — eighty-three couplets
Number 1131-1
3.   ff. 27va-64ra   Diverse is this middle earth
Kyng Alisaunder — 8021 lines in couplets
Number 6345-1
4.   ff. 65-70v   When it cometh in my thought the mickle sorrow and sin
South English Legendary
Number 4622-1
5.   ff. 70vb-71ra   Saint Jerome telleth in his book of fifteen tokening
The Fifteen Signs of Doomsday — twenty-two lines
Number 4178-4
6.   ff. 71ra-71va   Of joy and bliss is all my song care to believe
The Conception of Mary and the Expanded Nativity in the South English Legendary, beginning with an 84-line prologue — 280 lines in couplets with internal rhyme, plus 898 lines
Number 3107-1
7.   ff. 71va-72vb   Listeneth all that been in life
‘Titus and Vespasian’ or the ‘Destruction of Jerusalem’ — 5166 lines in couplets