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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Laud misc. 77 (SC 997)
Number 6074-1
1.   f. 2   True title of righteousness
Number 947-1
2.   f. 2   By title of sight
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 155-1
3.   f. 7   A showing of hearty loving
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 694-1
4.   f. 19   Ask grace meekly
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — four monorhyming lines
Number 75-1
5.   f. 20v   A kindly likeliness that is worhipful and glorious
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 76-1
6.   f. 23   A king governing in kindly goodliness
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 1142.5-1
7.   f. 23v   Doeth away all wickedness
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 1650-1
8.   f. 26v   Goodness in godhead
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one quatrain
Number 228-1
9.   f. 29   Afore warning of Christs blissful incarnation
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 136-1
10.   f. 33v   A pain assigned for mans sin
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 2658-1
11.   f. 36v   In truth truly teaching meedful
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one triplet
Number 5150-1
12.   f. 46v   That knot that is knit should not be broken
A moral couplet on marriage — one couplet
Number 2753-1
13.   f. 48v   It reveth a man his strength and putteth him in great feebleness
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one triplet
Number 166-1
14.   f. 70v   A sovereign praising of Gods might that is endless
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one quatrain
Number 497-1
15.   f. 71   An open showing of Christs lordship worthiness
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — three monorhyming lines
Number 6009-1
16.   f. 72   To the dull it is confusion
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — two stanzas of three monorhyming lines
Number 1079-1
17.   f. 77v   Corruption of sin
A verse tag, recommending penance, in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — six short lines
Number 38-1
18.   f. 80v   A feigning of righteous living
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 5037-1
19.   f. 81   Stones been pierced with drops of rain
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — three monorhyming lines
Number 48-1
20.   f. 95   A ghostly knitting
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one quatrain
Number 1408-1
21.   f. 105   For to ask graciously he proffereth us
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — three monorhyming lines
Number 989-1
22.   f. 116   Christ enjoined[?] us to a work of kindly compassion
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 6136-1
23.   f. 119v   Upon the thing that is lost pity and compassion
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — three monorhyming lines
Number 4925-1
24.   f. 119v   Sloth and idleness must be forsaken
On putting aside sloth and idleness and taking up strength and steadfastness, in a sermon by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 4154-1
25.   f. 128   Of Christs high righteousness to Christian man needful
One couplet
Number 820-1
26.   f. 128   Believe steadfastly
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — three monorhyming lines
Number 141-1
27.   f. 131v   A place that is worshipful and honorable
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — one couplet
Number 173.5-1
28.   f. 137   A thing that is moste light and in himself most free
A tag in the sermon for the twelfth Sunday after Pentecost.
Number 209-1
29.   f. 137v   Abstinence from wickedness and forsaking of sin
A verse tag in a collection of sermons by John Waldeby — three monorhyming lines