The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Manchester, Chetham’s Library 8009 [Mun. A.6.31]
Number 122-7
1.   ff. 3-17v   A mery tale y telle yow may
The Assumption of Our Lady (earliest version) — in couplets, with a Prologue of ten lines
Number 3838-2
2.   ff. 18-29v   O blessed Jesu that art full of might
Life of St. Anne — ninety-four stanzas rhyme royal, including 14-stanza prologue
Number 6321-17
3.   ff. 48-49   When I advertise in my remembrance / And see how fell
‘Parvus Cato’ (Burgh)
Number 1418-28
4.   ff. 49v-75   For why that God is inwardly the wit / Of man
‘Cato Major’
Number 1608-1
5.   ff. 76-119v   God that is worthy and bold
Sir Torrent of Portyngale — 2668 lines in 12-line stanzas
Number 4148-3
6.   ff. 119v-121   Of all women that ever were born
The Lamentation of the Virgin Mary — eleven 8-line stanzas with refrain, ‘For now lyeth dedd my dere sone dere’
Number 3433-42
7.   ff. 121-121v   Mary mother well thou be / Mary maiden think on me
An orison to the Virgin Mary in the Speculum Christiani (Octaua Tabula) — twenty-seven couplets
Number 3250-5
8.   ff. 122-190v   Lordings listeneth to my tale / That is merrier than the nightingalee
Sir Beues of Hamtoun — 4620 lines in 6-line stanzas (lines 1-474) and couplets (lines 475-4620)
Number 4183-1
9.   ff. 191-335   Of love were liking of to lere
Ipomadon (Version A) — 8890 lines in 12-line stanzas
Number 2556-5
10.   ff. 337-355v   In nomine patris god keep me & filii for charity
John Russell, ‘Boke of Kervyng & Nortur’ — 1250 lines in couplets
Number 2904-1
11.   ff. 370-372   Jesu that art gentle for joy of Thy Dame
Ballad of a tyrannical husband — twenty-eight monorhyming quatrains (imperfect at end)