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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Cambridge UK, Fitzwilliam Museum McClean 182 [olim Ashburnham 134]
Number 5729-1
1.   ff. 9v; ff. 11   This little prose declareth in figure
John Lydgate, the Envoy to Lydgate’s prose Serpent of Division — three eight-line stanzas
Number 1904-10
2.   ff. 11-11v   He that whilom did his diligence
Fall of Princes
Number 1544-7
3.   ff. 12-49   God almighty save and confirm our king
John Lydgate and Benedict Burgh, Secrees of old Philisoffres — 390 stanzas rhyme royal
Number 843-2
4.   f. 49   Between midnight and the fresh morrow gray
John Lydgate, Fifteen Joys and Sorrows of Our Lady — in rhyme royal including Prologues and an Envoy
Number 1904-11
5.   ff. 49v-51   He that whilom did his diligence
Fall of Princes
Number 1904-12
6.   ff. 51v-52v   He that whilom did his diligence
Fall of Princes
Number 3581-18
7.   ff. 54-138   Musing upon the restless business
Hoccleve’s De Regimine Principum — 780 stanzas rhyme royal.
Number 1109-1
8.   ff. 138v; ff. 139   Deem as you list I am content
Warning to his mistress, by W. Coullicke — one quatrain
Number 6420-1
9.   f. 139   When that in old time by ancient antiquity
On Troy — two seven-line stanzas (aaabbcc)
Number 1110-1
10.   f. 139v   Deem as you will and judge as you list
Complaint to his mistress, a less defiant version of 1109, possibly also by W. Coullicke — one couplet