The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Durham, Durham University Library Cosin V.iv.2
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 389; Grid 355 523 (Westmorland).
Number 5265-8
1.   f. 2   The fiend our foe ne may us dere
Verses urging us to resist the devil and he will flee from you (4 lines), a tag in the Fasciculus morum, translating Hostis non ledit…, the verse equivalent of the preceding prose illustration — two couplets
Number 4409-7
2.   f. 4v   Pride that is overgart
‘Pride goes before destruction’ (6 lines), a tag in the Fasciculus morum
Number 810-11
3.   ff. 21-21v   Behold mine wounds how sore I am dight
Christ as Man’s Champion, a tag in the Fasciculus morum (except Cambridge UK, Corpus Christi College 392) — four lines, in three different versions, the first couplet freely translating a distich from Ovid’s Amores
Number 928-7
4.   f. 23   By deeds of Dyane I swear to thee
A wedding oath, a tag in the Fasciculus morum — one couplet translating ‘Iuro tibi sane per mistica sacra Dyane / Me tibi nupturam sponsam comitemque futuram’, which precedes it
Number 5367-9
5.   f. 32v   The lady dame Fortune is both friend and foe
Lady Dame Fortune, 4 lines, a tag in the Fasciculus morum, also found separately
Number 265-11
6.   f. 56v   Alas alas that I was born
The Sinner’s Lament, a tag in the Fasciculus morum, Version B
Number 2509-8
7.   f. 97v   In heart clean and buxom
Three lines in the Fasciculus morum translating the divisio of a Latin sermon for the Feast of St. John the Evangelist
Number 661-8
8.   f. 110   As much as was worship
A tag in the Fasciculus morum (Foster (1940), sermons no.5) — one couplet translating a sermon theme, 1 Macc. 1.42