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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Cambridge UK, St John’s College B.6 (28)
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 4646; Grid 636 295 (Norfolk).
Number 6330-3
1.   back flyleaf, verso    When I lend I am a friend
Two couplets on the incommodities of lending
Number 6330-4
2.   back flyleaf, verso    When I lend I am a friend
Two couplets on the incommodities of lending
Number 6345-4
3.   ff. 1-21v   When it cometh in my thought the mickle sorrow and sin
South English Legendary
Number 6380-4
4.   ff. 25-79   When men hear tellen of that they love they haven joy and bliss [When men here tellen of thing þar thai louen Ioie thai]
South English Legendary
Number 6380-5
5.   f. 25   When men hear tellen of that they love they haven joy and bliss [When men here tellen of thing þar thai louen Ioie thai]
South English Legendary
Number 4633-2
6.   ff. 35-69v   Saint John the Baptist in wilderness
South English Legendary
Number 4633-3
7.   ff. 35-69v   Saint John the Baptist in wilderness
South English Legendary
Number 4633-4
8.   ff. 39v-40v   Saint John the Baptist in wilderness
South English Legendary
Number 4662-7
9.   ff. 69v-70   Saint Longinus was a blind knight tho God was I-do on the Rood
South English Legendary
Number 4373-9
10.   ff. 70-73   Pilate was lither man & come of lither more
South English Legendary
Number 5879-1
11.   ff. 73-79   Though our lord Jesu Christ dead was upon the Rood
South English Legendary
Number 1301-12
12.   f. 80   Feasts moveable there beth cleped five in the year
South English Legendary
Number 3048-12
13.   ff. 80-82v   Lent came there afterward that six week I-lasteth
South English Legendary
Number 5334-8
14.   ff. 82v-83   The holy feast of Easter cometh after Lent anon
South English Legendary
Number 3127-10
15.   ff. 83-83v   Litany is a song as ye may oft I-see
Letania maior et minor’, in the South English Legendary — 56 lines