The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Rome, English College AVCAU MS 1405
Number 4080-47
1.   f. 2   O thoughtful heart plunged in distress
Life of Our Lady
Number 6060-6
2.   f. 67   Toward the end of windy February
John Lydgate, King Henry VI’s Triumphal Entry into London (1432) — seventy-six stanzas rhyme royal and 8-line Envoy
Number 939-8
3.   f. 74v   By sapience temper thy courage / Of hasty ire…
Seven Wise Counsels
Number 6798-10
4.   f. 75   Worship women wine and unwieldy age
Four things that make a man fall from Reason, perhaps by Lydgate — one stanza rhyme royal
Number 3184-4
5.   f. 75v   Look well about ye that lovers be
Beware of deceitful women — six stanzas rhyme royal with refrain: ‘Bewar therfor the blynde etith many a flye’
Number 1070-8
6.   f. 76   Consider well with every circumstance
A wikked tong wol alway deme amis
Number 3084-2
7.   f. 78   Like as great waters increasen into floods fele
A song of ‘Galaunt’ (an acrostic of the Deadly Sins) — rhyme royal stanzas
Number 1525-4
8.   f. 81v   Glory unto God laud and benison / To John to Peter
The Pain and Sorrow of Evil Marriage
Number 5838-2
9.   ff. 83v-84v   Thou Philip founder of new falsehood
On the Duke of Burgundy — fourteen eight-line stanzas and Envoy
Number 2524-2
10.   f. 85v   In July when the sun shone sheen
The Siege of Calais — twenty-eight 6-line stanzas and a final couplet
Number 1356-53
11.   f. 87v   For health of body cover for cold thine head
John Lydgate, ‘Dietary’ — ten 8-line stanzas
Number 6321-22
12.   f. 89   When I advertise in my remembrance / And see how fell
Parvus Cato (Burgh)
Number 1418-33
13.   f. 90   For why that God is inwardly the wit / Of man
Cato Major
Number 4107-8
14.   f. 111v   O ye folks that been hard-hearted as a stone
Dance of Macabre
Number 6241-1
15.   f. 160   What man that will of hunting lere
Envoy to Twici’s prose Treatise on Hunting — one stanza rhyme royal