The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Leeds, Leeds University Library Brotherton 501 [olim Horton Hold Hall, Maggs Bros. Sale Cat. No. 580, Item 450]
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 69; Grid 503 308 (Lincs).
Number 5398-68
1.   ff. 1-58   The might of the Father Almighty
The Pricke of Conscience, sometimes attributed to Richard [Rolle of] Hampole
Number 5349-10
2.   f. 67v   The joy of our heart is ago
A single quatrain occurring in a sermon, Redde racionem villicacionis tue, preached by Wimbledon, translating Deficit gaudium cordis nostri…from Lamentations 5 — four monorhyming lines
Number 1014-11
3.   f. 68   Christ that died upon the cross for salvation of mankind
A prayer for grace at death, at the beginning of Lavynham’s Tretis — three long monorhyming lines
Number 6583-11
4.   f. 69v   Who then that will buyeth him bliss
Against pride — one cross-rhymed quatrain in Lavynham’s Tretys
Number 1471-9
5.   f. 74   From the seed of sorrow that is sin
A prayer for heaven’s bliss — one long couplet at the end of Lavynham’s Tretys
Number 4077-1
6.   ff. 89v-90   O thou my brother have in thy mind
Prayer to the Virgin Mary, in a prose miracles of the Virgin Mary — eight 12-line stanzas (ababababbcbc) including refrain, ‘Mater misericordie
Number 4326-2
7.   ff. 92-99v   Our marvelous God that most is of might
Spiritus Guidonis’ — in quatrains
Number 5339-21
8.   ff. 107-107v; ff. 106-106v; ff. 105-105v; ff. 104-104v; ff. 103-103v; ff. 102-102v; ff. 101-101v; ff. 100-100v   The Holy Rood the sweet tree right is to have in mind
The ‘Early History’ of the Cross in the South English Legendary
Number 5554-14
9.   ff. 117-122v   Theophilus was a swith great man and good clerk he was also
Theophilus, in the South English Legendary