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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Copenhagen, Royal Library, Copenhagen Thott 110 4o (29264)
Number 6709-15
1.   f. 163   Wit hath wonder that reason ne tell can
Sensus miratur que racio dicere nescit’, etc., often ascribed to Reginald Pecock (see Babington (1860), 2.623) — two couplets
Number 2754-3
2.   f. 163   It seems white and is red / It is quick and seems dead
Rhyming lines on the Host — one quatrain
Number 2272-1
3.   f. 163   I shall say what inordinate love is
A definition of Inordinate Love — one 8-line stanza translating Latin verses ‘Dicam quid sit amor
Number 1830-1
4.   f. 163ar   He is quick that seemeth dead
The mystery of the Incarnation — two quatrains
Number 6798-9
5.   f. 164   Worship women wine and unwieldy age
Four things that make a man fall from Reason, perhaps by Lydgate — one stanza rhyme royal