The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
London, Lambeth Palace Library 559
Number 5070-6
1.   f. 15v1   Sweet Jesu Christ to Thee / A guilty wretch I yield me
A Prayer of Confession — in couplets
Number 1688-4
2.   ff. 15v2-19   Hail be thou Mary mild queen of heaven
An Orison of the Five Joys — fourteen monorhyming quatrains plus 1 x 8, abababab at end
Number 3433-39
3.   ff. 19-21   Mary mother well thou be / Mary maiden think on me
An orison to the Virgin Mary in the Speculum Christiani (Octaua Tabula) — twenty-seven couplets
Number 3426-1
4.   ff. 21-22v   Mary mother maiden bright
Hymn to the Virgin
Number 3430-2
5.   f. 22v-24v   Mary Mother Queen of heaven / Think on me and hear my steven
A prayer to the Virgin Mary — seventeen couplets
Number 3991-1
6.   ff. 24v-25   O merciful Jesu for merci to Thee I cry
A prayer to Jesus for mercy, said at the Levacion — twelve irregular lines
Number 6196-5
7.   ff. 25-26v   Welcome Lord in form of bread
A prayer at the ‘leuacion’ — six 6-line stanzas
Number 2292-5
8.   ff. 32-32v   I Thee honour with all my might / In form of bread as I Thee see
A prayer at the ‘leuacion’ — five quatrains
Number 2836-4
9.   ff. 34-35   Jesu for Thine precious blood
A prayer by the Seven Times Christ shed His Blood, linked as Remedies against the Deadly Sins — seven 6-line stanzas
Number 2818-5
10.   ff. 35-35v   Jesu Christ my leman sweet that diedest on the Rood-Tree
A prayer of the Five Wounds — one long monorhyming quatrain
Number 2207-1
11.   ff. 43-45   I knowledge to the God full of might
A general Confession — twenty-eight couplets
Number 3918-1
12.   ff. 47v-54v   O God sweet lord Jesu Christ that madest me
A prayer to Christ and the Virgin — 184 lines
Number 1610-1
13.   ff. 88v-89   God that madest all and sum
A prayer for use at St. Gregory’s Trental — thirteen lines, ends incompletely
Number 426-5
14.   ff. 89v-120; ff. 133-134   Almighty God in Trinity
Robert of Brunne, ‘Medytacyuns of þe Soper of our Lord Ihesu’ — 1142 lines in couplets
Number 2915-7
15.   ff. 134-134v   Jesu that hast me dear I-bought
A meditation on the Passion — 154 lines in couplets