The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Cambridge UK, Cambridge University Library Ff.1.14
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 901; Grid 516 377 (Lincs).
Number 1942-2
1.   ff. 5-6v   Here are nine points of great virtue
Novem Virtutes — 114 lines in couplets with Latin interpolations
Number 2511-8
2.   f. 25   In Heaven shall dwell all christian men
Follow the Commandments — a single couplet introducing the Ten Commandments (5845) in the some MSS of the Speculum Christiani (Secunda Tabula)
Number 5845-14
3.   ff. 25v-29v   Thou shalt love God with heart entire
The Ten Commandments — ten quatrains; usually occurring in the Speculum Christiani (Secunda Tabula), sometimes occurring separately
Number 6643-12
4.   ff. 34v-36v   Whoso will have hell
The Seven Deadly Sins, in the Speculum Christiani (Quarta Tabula) — seven quatrains with an introductory couplet
Number 2144-5
5.   ff. 34v-36v   I boast and brag ay with the best
The Seven Deadly Sins in the Speculum Christiani (Quarta Tabula) — seven quatrains
Number 3492-17
6.   ff. 43-44v   Might is right…Light is night
Sentences of the Four Philosophers on the degeneracy of the times in a Latin exemplum incorporated into the Speculum Christiani (Sexta Tabula) — twelve rhyming phrases in four monorhyming stanzas
Number 2245-14
7.   ff. 44v-47v   I pray you all my friends dear
A rhyming exhortation (119 lines broken up by prose) in the Speculum Christiani (Septima Tabula)
Number 3433-16
8.   ff. 68-69   Mary mother well thou be / Mary maiden think on me
An orison to the Virgin Mary in the Speculum Christiani (Octaua Tabula) — twenty-seven couplets
Number 2021-2
9.   f. 185v   Hi sunt qui psalmos corrumpunt nequitur almos
Macaronic lines on Tutivillus — four lines in a Latin treatise cautioning priests and other clerics regarding the saying of divine offices