The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
San Marino, CA, Henry Huntington Library EL 26.A.13 [olim Bridgewater]
Number 4490-8
1.   f. iii   Right as poverty causeth soberness
On the Evils of Prosperity — eight lines
Number 2379-2
2.   f. iii   If no love is O God what feel I so
Song of Troilus
Number 5249-11
3.   f. iii   The double sorrow of Troilus to tellen
Extracts from Geoffrey Chaucer, Troilus and Criseyde — rhyme royal stanzas
Number 5248-21
4.   ff. iiv-iii   The double sorrow of Troilus to tellen
Troilus and Criseyde
Number 5534-6
5.   f. iiv   The world so wide the air so remevable
A single stanza rhyme royal, occurring separately and in combinations
Number 5411-8
6.   f. iiv   The more I go the farther I am behind
The first stanza (ababbcc) of ‘Tyed with a Line’ (5410), standing alone or directly following 5534.
Number 3200-4
7.   f. iiv   Lord god preserve under thy mighty hand / the king the queen the people and this land
A prayer tag for England — one couplet
Number 4107-7
8.   ff. 1-12v   O ye folks that been hard-hearted as a stone
Dance of Macabre
Number 359-11
9.   ff. 13-13v   All righeousness doth now proceed
John Lydgate, ‘Rammeshorne’ — seven 8-line stanzas including refrain, ‘As ryȝth as a rams horne’ or ‘A resoun of the Rammeshorne’
Number 5792-6
10.   ff. 14-14v   This world is full of stableness
John Lydgate, ‘Riȝt as the crabbe goth forward’ — seven eight-line stanzas with this refrain (Envoy included)
Number 1070-7
11.   ff. 15-17   Consider well with every circumstance
A wikked tong wol alway deme amis
Number 3581-41
12.   ff. 18-115   Musing upon the restless business
Hoccleve’s De Regimine Principum — 780 stanzas rhyme royal.
Number 623-1
13.   ff. 116-126v   As I on hilly halkes lodged me late
Story of Joseph and Aseneth — 933 lines in rhyme royal stanzas and a Prologue of eight 4-line stanzas
Number 27-1
14.   ff. 126v-127   A cruel death contrarious to creatures in kind
A personal elegy on a young gentlewoman — seven stanzas rhyme royal