The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
London, University of London MS 657 [olim Helmingham Hall I.J.I.7]
Number 3365-1
1.   p. 181   Man is deaths underling
Quid est homo? — six rhyming lines
Number 3366-1
2.   p. 182   Man is like the snow melting
What man is like — three rhyming lines
Number 2511-23
3.   p. 921   In Heaven shall dwell all christian men
Follow the Commandments — a single couplet introducing the Ten Commandments (5845) in the some MSS of the Speculum Christiani (Secunda Tabula)
Number 5845-36
4.   pp. 922-95   Thou shalt love God with heart entire
The Ten Commandments — ten quatrains; usually occurring in the Speculum Christiani (Secunda Tabula), sometimes occurring separately
Number 2144-11
5.   pp. 100-102   I boast and brag ay with the best
The Seven Deadly Sins in the Speculum Christiani (Quarta Tabula) — seven quatrains
Number 3492-42
6.   pp. 103-104   Might is right…Light is night
Sentences of the Four Philosophers on the degeneracy of the times in a Latin exemplum incorporated into the Speculum Christiani (Sexta Tabula) — twelve rhyming phrases in four monorhyming stanzas
Number 2245-31
7.   pp. 109-111   I pray you all my friends dear
A rhyming exhortation (119 lines broken up by prose) in the Speculum Christiani (Septima Tabula)
Number 3233-1
8.   p. 204   Lord Thou that were stern and wrecheful
A prayer to Christ and His reply — eight lines
Number 20-2
9.   p. 280b   A child is born amongst man
A Christmas carol — three stanzas with a 4-line burden: ‘Honnd by honnd we schulle ous take / & joye & blisse schulle we make / For the deuel of ele man haght forsake / & godes sone ys maked our make’