The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Cambridge UK, Magdalene College Pepys 2498
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 6260; Grid 540 193 (Essex).
Number 3061-1
1.   p. 44   Let reason rule thee that this book shall read
A book plate — two couplets
Number 4220-1
2.   p. 212b   Of the holy homilies now I will blin
Introductory couplet to a Middle English devotional prose tract
Number 5237-1
3.   p. 226b   The commandments expounded here enden I you say
Intro to Middle English prose text on the Ten Commandments — one couplet
Number 5195-1
4.   p. 226b   Th’Apocalypse in English maketh here beginning
Couplet introducing a Middle English prose version of Apocalypse
Number 5194-1
5.   p. 263b   The Apocalypse in English here now maketh end
Couplet concluding a Middle English prose version of the Apocalypse
Number 4221-1
6.   p. 263b   Of the Psalter in English here is the ginning
Couplet introducing a Middle English prose translation of the Psalter
Number 2355-1
7.   p. 370b   If ever this book done take his flight
A book plate of Stephen Batman — two couplets
Number 5692-1
8.   p. 449a   This good book Recluse here now maketh end
Couplet at end of a prose Regula anachoritarum
Number 4200-1
9.   p. 449ra   Of Our Lady Mary beginneth now Her the plaint
Verse introduction and conclusion to ME prose narration of the Passion — two couplets
Number 4224-1
10.   p. 463b   Of the uprist of Christ as Nicodemus gan tell
Couplet introducing ME prose Gospel of Nicodemus