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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
New Haven, Yale University, Beinecke Library Osborn fa.16
Number 5095-35
1.   ff. 3ra-3vb   Take earth of earth earths brother
Verses on the Elixir, ascribed to Pearce the Black Monk — in couplets
Number 4236-15
2.   ff. 3rb-3va   Of this matter to you most clear
Alchemical verses on the Exposition of Earth of Earth — in couplets
Number 4274-8
3.   f. 3va   On the ground there is an hill
George Ripley, alchemical verse on the Ripley scrolls — eighteen couplets
Number 1850-1
4.   f. 3va   He that can throw Mercury of kind into the forsaid mold
Rewards of the successful alchemist — two couplets
Number 5113-12
5.   f. 4rb   Take wind water white and green
Alchemical verses, ascribed (in 1652) to Pearce the Black Monk, nine lines in English, with occasional Latin words, and four lines of Latin — in couplets
Number 5113-13
6.   f. 4rb   Take wind water white and green
Alchemical verses, ascribed (in 1652) to Pearce the Black Monk, nine lines in English, with occasional Latin words, and four lines of Latin — in couplets
Number 5096-1
7.   f. 4rb   Take hard heat and dry
three couplets
Number 1980-4
8.   f. 4va   Here is an herb men call lunary
An alchemical poem on the herb ‘Lunary’ (Moonwort) — twenty-two couplets; see Singer (1928), 853.
Number 2121-17
9.   ff. 5ra-5vb   I am Mercury the mighty Flos Florum
Sapientia Patris — in couplets