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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Rawlinson poet. 34 (SC 14528)
Number 4248-2
1.   ff. 1a-4b   Old and young I rede you your follies for to let
The Life of St. Margaret (thirteenth-century version) — 175 long-line couplets
Number 1488-1
2.   f. 4v   Gallant pride thy father is dead
A song of a merry gentleman — ten quatrains (aaab) and burden (?) repeated again at end: ‘Huff a galawnt vylabele / Thus syngeth galawntes in here revele’
Number 500-1
3.   ff. 5-5v   And a woman of haunting mood
Disputacio inter Clericum et Philomenam’ — 85 lines in 20 quatrains plus two remnants
Number 318-1
4.   ff. 6ra-7ra   All christian people listen and hear
Passio Sancti Erasmi’ — 172 lines in couplets (including a Prologue of 38 lines)
Number 398-1
5.   ff. 7ra-9vb   All those that be christened and dear / Listeneth and ye may hear
Passio sancte Katerine virginis — in short couplets
Number 1942-1
6.   ff. 9vb-10va   Here are nine points of great virtue
Novem Virtutes — 114 lines in couplets with Latin interpolations
Number 3116-1
7.   ff. 10va-17v   Listeneth lordings gent and free
Sir Degare — 1076 verses in short couplets
Number 741
8.   ff. 18v-20   Away faint love full of variance
A Balade in praise of the Virgin Mary, with acrostic — fifteen stanzas rhyme royal