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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Lincoln College Lat. 129
Number 2775-1
1.   ff. 44-45   I-wandering full weary and walking the ways
An ABC alliterative poem on flowers, one stanza to each letter of the alphabet — 15 alliterative quatrains (abab)
Number 5731-9
2.   ff. 62v-64v   This mighty William Duke of Normandy
Verses on the Kings of England (Lydgate)
Number 2425-1
3.   f. 65v   If thy russet hood oppose my red hood
Translation of Latin, in a schoolbook — one couplet
Number 5619-1
4.   f. 92v   These straight shoon
Tag translating Latin, ‘Isti stricti sotilares male…’ which follows it, in a series of Latin sentences with English translations in a schoolbook
Number 4960-1
5.   f. 92v   Some gay squire of Devonshire
Tag translating Latin, ‘Cuidam armigere curioso de comitatu deuanie…’ which follows it, in a series of Latin sentences with English translations in a schoolbook
Number 1311-1
6.   f. 92v   Fire of spoons
A tag translating Latin ‘Ignis quisquiliarum amor garcionum…’ which follows it, in a series of Latin sentences with English translations — two couplets
Number 2259-1
7.   f. 93   I saw a sparrow
Tag translating Latin, ‘vidi passerem sagitare sagittam…’ which follows it, in a series of Latin sentences with English translations in a schoolbook — four monorhyming lines
Number 1427-1
8.   f. 93   Forsooth I shall praise thee
A tag translating Latin ‘Nimirum a me licebis…’ which follows it, in a series of Latin sentences with English translations — one couplet
Number 1829-1
9.   f. 97   He is not worthy ease
Tag translating Latin, ‘Non est dignus prosperitate qui non…’ in a series of Latin sentences with English translations — one couplet
Number 4283-1
10.   f. 98   One feler then three and fewer than five
Tag translating Latin, ‘vno plures tribus & pauciores quinque…’ which follows it, in a series of Latin sentences with English translations in a schoolbook — written as prose
Number 5419-1
11.   f. 102v   The nightingale singeth / That all the wood ringeth
Love lyric expressing love-longing — six short lines, aabccb
Number 5904-1
12.   f. 114   Three things me cometh a day
Three sorrowful things — three couplets
Number 844-1
13.   f. 116v   Between the ebb and the flood
A tag translating Latin ‘Inter ledonem magnum maris atque malinam…’, which follows it, in a series of Latin sentences with English translations — one couplet