The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Cambridge UK, Trinity College R.4.20 (652)
Number 6276-12
1.   ff. 1-76v   When bright Phoebus passed was the Ram
John Lydgate, The Siege of Thebes — 4716 lines in couplets
Number 6418-1
2.   f. 26   When that I had two hundred pounds
Moral advice about the burdens of wealth — four couplets
Number 5212-1
3.   f. 71   The bishop Scrope that was so wise
Carol on the death of Archbishop Scrope — four quatrains (aaab) and burden: ‘Hay hay hay hay / Thynke on whitson monday’
Number 5180-1
4.   f. 169v   That was Jesu our saviour
A song in praise of Christ and the Virgin Mary — four quatrains (abab) and burden: ‘Honour be euer wiþowtyn ende / To hym þat fro þe hevyn discende’
Number 3905-1
5.   f. 170   O gentle Fortune I thank you iwis
A lover’s good fortune — one stanza rhyme royal
Number 2187-1
6.   f. 170v   I have now set my heart so high
A song of love to the Virgin Mary — two 12-line stanzas (ababababbcbc)
Number 4996-2
7.   f. 171   Son let not idleness you enslumber
Counsels by a father and mother — two 4-line stanzas
Number 5249-6
8.   f. 171v   The double sorrow of Troilus to tellen
Extracts from Geoffrey Chaucer, Troilus and Criseyde — rhyme royal stanzas
Number 3901-1
9.   f. 171v   O foul tongue so often here before
Against a foul tongue — three stanzas rhyme royal
Number 1691-2
10.   f. 172   Hail be Thou Mary the mother of Christ
Ave regina celorum — six 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc), each with Latin final line