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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Coventry, Coventry Archives Leet Book, BA/E/F/37/1
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 7980; Grid 435 280 (Warwicks).
Number 4416-1
1.   ff. 168v-170v   Princess most excellent born of blood royal
Ceremonial Verses (including the Nine Worthies) at the Coventry Pageant (1456) to welcome Queen Margaret — sixteen stanzas rhyme royal and three quatrains
Number 6194-1
2.   ff. 221-221v   Welcome full high and noble prince to us right special
Ceremonial verses for the Pageant at Coventry to welcome Prince Edward (1474) spoken by worthies — five stanzas rhyme royal
Number 760-1
3.   f. 275v   Be it known and understand / This City should be free and now is bound
Rude verses on injustices in Coventry 1495 — seven couplets
Number 2797-1
4.   f. 277v   Jesu by Your speed
Verses on injustice against Laurence Saunders at Coventry (1496) — four 6-line stanzas (aabccb)
Number 5233-1
5.   f. 278   The city is bound that should be free
Rude verses on injustices in Coventry (1496) attached to a church door — twelve couplets
Number 4519-1
6.   f. 281v   Royal Prince Arthur
‘Balet song at þe Crosse’ in welcome of Prince Arthur at Coventry (1498) — three 8-line tail-rhyme stanzas
Number 1747-1
7.   f. 281v   Hail prince royal most amiable in sight
Ceremonial verses at Coventry Pageant (1498) to welcome Prince Arthur — seven stanzas rhyme royal