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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Lincoln College Lat. 130
Number 2767-1
1.   No. 14, f. i   It was upon a Saturday a little before prime
The birth and crucifixion of Christ — six couplets
Number 2130-1
2.   f. i   I am sorry for her sake
A Lover’s sad plight — three quatrains (abab) and 4-line burden: ‘Care away, away, away / Murnynge away / Y am forsake another ys take / No more murne yc may’
Number 6174-1
3.   No. 1, ff. 1; No. 1, ff. 2v   We shall bid for the pope of Rome
Prayers and curses for various groups of people — six 8-line stanzas
Number 4355-1
4.   f. 1v   Peace pearls and periwinkles of price
Verses calling for peace so that all can listen to the extertainment that is to follow — six nine-line stanzas, ababcdcde of which pairs of e-lines rhyme with one another
Number 1695-1
5.   No. 1, f. 2   Hail be ye hend that sitteth in this hall
Greetings to audience by entertainer at beginning of ‘mirths’ — six cross-rhymed quatrains