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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Cambridge UK, Cambridge University Library Kk.1.6
Number 2816-1
1.   f. 2   Jesu Christ most merciful
A simple prayer to Christ — three monorhyming lines
Number 433-2
2.   ff. 191-197v   Almighty God maker of heaven
A hymn to the Creator — five 8-line stanzas with refrain: ‘Ihesu haue mercy on me’
Number 3388-2
3.   ff. 194-196   Man to reform thine exile and thy loss
‘Complaint þat Crist maketh of his Passioun’
Number 6132-7
4.   f. 196v   Upon the cross nailed was I for thee
‘Why artow froward sith I am mercyable?’ (Lydgate)
Number 4518-1
5.   ff. 198-199   Royal banners unrolled of the King
Vexilla regis prodeunt’, ascribed to John Lydgate — nine 8-line stanzas
Number 4431-6
6.   ff. 199-200v   Queen of heaven of hell eke empress
John Lydgate, Verses On the Five Joys addressed to the Virgin Mary — seven 8-line stanzas(ababbcbc) and an Envoy of 28 lines (3 8-line stanzas, ababbcbc and four-line verba compilatoris, abba)
Number 1681-1
7.   ff. 200v-201v   Hail be glad and joy without end
On the Seven Joys of the Virgin Mary in Heaven — ten 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc)
Number 4454-1
8.   ff. 201v-202   Regina celi letare / In whom first this world began
A macaronic hymn to the Virgin Mary — four 8-line stanzas
Number 1520-2
9.   ff. 202-203v   Glorious Edmund king of East England
John Lydgate, A prayer to St. Edmund — twelve 8-line stanzas
Number 663-3
10.   ff. 203v-205v   As of honey men gatheren oft sweetness
John Lydgate, ‘Song of Vertu’ — thirteen 8-line stanzas with refrain, ‘Who sueth vertu vertu he shall lere’
Number 335-2
11.   ff. 205v-208v   All haste is odious whereas discretion
John Lydgate, Verses against Haste — twenty 8-line stanzas with refrain
Number 4420-4
12.   ff. 208v-214v   Problems of old likeness and figures
John Lydgate, ‘The Chorle and the Birde’ — fifty-four stanzas rhyme royal including 2-stanza envoy, plus one 8-line ‘Verba translatoris’ (ababbcbc)
Number 4979-1
13.   ff. 242v-245v   Some time in Rome a pope there was
The trental of Saint Gregory — 101 couplets