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Found Records:
London, Inner Temple Petyt 511.7 (Part VII)
Number 3253-2
1.   ff. 1ra-195   Lordings that be now here / If ye will listen and lere
Robert of Brunne’s Metrical Chronicle — in two parts of 8365 and about 4500 couplets
Number 1186-1
2.   f. 98v   Ellendune Ellendune thy land is full red
A couplet on the Battle of Ellendune in de Brunne’s translation of Langtoft’s Chronicle
Number 4372-10
3.   ff. 174-174v   Piked him and diked him
Song of the Scots at the Siege of Berwick by Edward I, inserted in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle — 12 lines
Number 4269-9
4.   f. 175v1   On green
The Messenger’s Speech to Balliol, inserted in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle and Robert Mannyng’s Chronicle — one 6-line stanza (preceded by two French stanzas)
Number 5458.5-1
5.   ff. 175v2   The Scots had no grace to speed in their space for to mend their miss
Inserted in Robert Mannyng’s Chronicle — two long lines of verse, each containing a couplet and tail rhyme line
Number 5283-10
6.   f. 175v3   The foot folk
Song on the victory of the English at Dunbar inserted in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle and Robert Mannyng of Brunne’s Chronicle — one 12-line stanza, aabccbddeffe
Number 1384-10
7.   f. 176r1   For Scots / Tell I for sots
A song of victory over the Scots inserted in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle — one 6-line stanza
Number 5523.5-1
8.   ff. 176r2   The Welsh and the Irish till our men English help doughtily
Inserted in Robert Mannyng’s Chronicle — four long lines of verse, each containing a couplet and tail rhyme line
Number 1340-10
9.   f. 176v   For Balliol bred in his book
English abuse of John Balliol inserted in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle — two six-line stanzas (preceded by a French stanza)
Number 5612.5-1
10.   f. 177r1   These Douzepeers come to the friars them for to shrive
Inserted in Robert Mannyng’s Chronicle — two long lines, each containing a couplet and tail rhyme
Number 538-9
11.   f. 177r2   And so may men ken
Song against the Scots inserted in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle — 5 Anglo-Norman and 2 Middle English stanzas; and in Robert Manning of Brunne — 7 variant stanzas
Number 5169-1
12.   f. 177r3   That Piers said
Robert Mannyng, two reflective stanzas added to his trans. of Langtoft’s six Anglo-Norman stanzas on Merlin’s prophecies fulfilled in King Edward
Number 545-8
13.   f. 191v   And thus may you hear
Popular verses on Wallace inserted in Peter Langtoft’s Chronicle — one 6-line stanza, or in Robert Mannyng of Brunne’s — three stanzas