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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Cambridge UK, Trinity College O.2.40 (1144)
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) 1.65 (Leics).
Number 2434-1
1.   ff. 51v-52   Ill might he speed where that he go
A book motto of ‘Will. Womyndham Canonicus de Kyrkeby’ — one long couplet
Number 1456-1
2.   f. 58v   Friars friars woe ye be ministri malorum
Macaronic verses against the Friars — twenty-one lines in couplets
Number 1321-1
3.   ff. 103-103v   First when a man or woman drinks more
Augustinus de peccatis venialibus’, extracted from The Pricke of Conscience — twenty-seven couplets
Number 6167-1
4.   f. 104   We find written ten things sere
Decem remedia contra peccata veniala’: an extract from the Pricke of Conscience — twelve couplets
Number 1213-1
5.   f, 107   Ever cursed be that man
A tag by William Womyndham, Canon of Kirkeby — one couplet
Number 4371-1
6.   ff. 117-117v   Philosophers and clerks of planets all
On the position and courses of the planets; an extract from the Pricke of Conscience — forty-seven lines in couplets