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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Cambridge MA, Harvard University, Houghton Library, Eng. 530
Number 4312-11
1.   f. 1   Our gracious God prince of pity
William Lychefelde, ‘Complaint of God’ — sixty-eight 8-line stanzas (abababab)
Number 4143-3
2.   ff. 1-1v   Of all these keen conquerors to carp is our kind
The Turnament of Totenham — in 9-line stanzas (aaaabcccb)
Number 5707-8
3.   ff. 1ra-4   This is Gods own complaint
The Complaint of God — eleven 12-line stanzas (ababababbcbc) with refrain, ‘Whi art þou to þi frend vnkinde’
Number 1464-6
4.   ff. 4v-12v   From Christs birth complete nine hundred year
John Lydgate, Guy of Warwick — 592 lines in 8-line stanzas
Number 6718-3
5.   f. 57v   With bodkins was Caesar Juilius
Four rhyming lines at end of Serpent of Division, quoting ‘my maister Chaucer’
Number 6261-5
6.   f. 130   What weens King Edward with his long shanks
Scots’ abuse of Edward I at Berwick — five lines
Number 5618-4
7.   f. 130v   These scattering Scots
A song of victory over the Scots inserted in the Brut Chronicles and early prose chronicles
Number 3331-9
8.   f. 137v   Maidens of England sore may ye mourn
Brut
Number 3165-9
9.   f. 152v   Long beard heartless / Painted hood witless
Tag made by the Scots in the reign of Edward III against the effeminate English, and affixed to the door of St. Peter’s Church at Stangate — four monorhyming lines