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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
San Marino, CA, Henry Huntington Library HM 30313 [olim Dyson Perrins, Sotheby’s Dec. 1958, lot 42; Sotheby’s Sale, 29 Nov. 1960, Lot 147; Kraus Cat. 100, item 32]
Number 4274-7
1.   roll    On the ground there is an hill
George Ripley, alchemical verse on the Ripley scrolls — eighteen couplets
Number 2278-7
2.   fourth item on roll    I shall you tell without leasing
The Emblematical Scroll, attributed to George Ripley, on preparing the Philosopher’s Stone — in groups of couplets describing illustrations
Number 4210-31
3.   roll    Of Spain take the clear light
On preparing the Philosopher’s Stone, ascribed in Cambridge UK, Trinity College O.2.16 (1120) to Richard Carpenter (cf. Thorndike (1934), 4.351-3) — generally forty-eight couplets, but numerous variants
Number 5107-3
4.   roll    Take the father that Phoebus so bright
George Ripley, alchemical verses on the Ripley scrolls — 40 lines in ten cross-rhymed quatrains
Number 5107-6
5.   roll    Take the father that Phoebus so bright
George Ripley, alchemical verses on the Ripley scrolls — 40 lines in ten cross-rhymed quatrains
Number 2623-9
6.   roll    In the sea withouten lease
George Ripley(?), alchemical poem on the Ripley scrolls — six couplets
Number 2616-2
7.   roll    In the name of the Trinity
Added verses on some copies of the Ripley Scroll, citing authorities for way to find the Philosopher’s Stone and praying God for assistance — 34 lines in couplets
Number 1984-1
8.   roll    Here is the last of the red
Heading between 4274 and 5107 — one couplet