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Found Records:
Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin 155
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 215; Grid 418 237 (Staffs: pp. 1-18, 21-90, 109-135); LP 7810; Grid 385 236 (Derbys: pp. 91-108); LP 184; Grid 416 335 (Derbys: pp. 149-238).
Number 2286-10
1.   p. 1   I sleep and my heart wakes / Who shall to my leman say
Three rhyming lines in Rolle’s Ego Dormio
Number 357-6
2.   p. 6   All perishes and passes that we with eye see
First lyric inserted in Rolle’s Ego Dormio — 8 or 10 irregular alliterative lines
Number 2856-1
3.   pp. 11-14   Jesu great love moved Thee
A ‘mourning song’ of the Passion — eleven 6-line stanzas (the lines somewhat disarranged)
Number 2894-1
4.   pp. 14-15   Jesu receive my heart
A prayer to Jesus — five 6-line stanzas (aabccb), some disarranged (one 7 ll., one 9 ll.)
Number 2835-1
5.   pp. 16-17   Jesu for Thee mourn I may
A Song of Love to Jesus — two 6-line stanzas (aabccb)
Number 6482-24
6.   pp. 26-27   When will thou come and comfort me
Quia amore langueo
Number 5077-8
7.   pp. 109-119   Sweet Jesu now will I sing
A song of love to Jesus — in monorhyming quatrains
Number 788-2
8.   pp. 149-238   Before that any creature was wrought / Or ere any beginning was of ought
Speculum huius vite (an abridged and altered text of the Pricke of Conscience) — in couplets