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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
New York, Pierpont Morgan Library B.21 [olim Phillipps 7008; Katherine Fenwick; Thomas FitzRoy Fenwick; Alan George Fenwick; William H. Robinson Ltd., London; their sale, London, Sotheby’s, July 17, 1950, lot 27; purchased for Curt F. Bühler at Sotheby’s (London, Feb. 28, 1955, lot 169) by E.P. Goldschmidt, London]
Number 4795-2
1.   f. iii   Say well or be still
Three lines advocating caution (including ‘had y wyst’)
Number 2214-1
2.   f. iii   I love and I dare not
Contrasts: eight monorhyming lines in two sets of semi-proverbial aphorisms, one leading to frustration and the other to achievement
Number 4171-18
3.   ff. 26v-45v   Of herbs twenty-three
‘A tretys of diverse herbis’ especially Betony — in short couplets
Number 2343-4
4.   ff. 45v-49v   If a man or woman more or less / In his head have great…
A collection of medical receipts — in couplets
Number 4834-1
5.   f. 56v   Shroud him not ne make him not too bare
Blank verse lines, written as verse, at end of prose English text on Rosemary — four lines