The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
DIMEV 1173.5
IMEV 709
Edward our comely king
Laurence Minot, First Invasion of France — sixteen 6-line stanzas
Author(s): Laurence Minot
Subjects: France, invasion of; political poems

Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Cotton Galba E.IX, ff. 53rb-53vb
First Lines:
Edward oure cumly king
in braband has his woning…
Last Lines:
…When þat he trowed no harm him till
and keped him in þe berde
Note: No heading, follows on from 1615 with only a rubric flourished initial to mark new text, but different rhyme scheme marks it as separate.
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