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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Lat. theol. d.1 (SC 29746)
Number 3100.8-1
1.   f. 7v   …Sickness…
Fragment of a poem on grace — 12 lines ?in couplets
Number 4360-1
2.   f. 39   Penes the bearer that was Mary the maid
Prayers regarding the Virgin Mary and Christ — three monorhyming lines
Number 3492-8
3.   ff. 41v-42   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 3493-1
4.   f. 41v   Might is right for the land is lawless
Explanation for the Sentences of the Four Philosophers on the degeneracy of the times (3492) — three couplets and one triplet
Number 5777-1
5.   f. 42v   This wicked man couth none evil he wrought
The evil man — four couplets in a Latin exemplum
Number 5574-1
6.   ff. 45v; ff. 55   There is father kindly
On God’s goodness — six lines
Number 2571-1
7.   f. 45v   In rightfulness doing
Rules for a man — three monorhyming lines in a Latin sermon
Number 6764-1
8.   f. 48   Withdraweth bodily lust and liking
What grace does — five lines in a Latin sermon
Number 6764-2
9.   f. 48   Withdraweth bodily lust and liking
What grace does — five lines in a Latin sermon
Number 4238-1
10.   f. 49   Of truth giveth light again blindness of unk[indness]
Characteristics of youth — three lines possibly rhyming
Number 3491-1
11.   f. 51v   Might in seeking
Attributes of might, wit and mercy — three monorhyming lines
Number 2095-1
12.   f. 94   How the time that is past hath been spended
On transience and mutability — three lines
Number 5961-1
13.   f. 123v   To a man of plea and moting
Three lines in a sermon
Number 103-1
14.   f. 123v   A loss of heal and liking / A body dressed to dying
Verses in a Latin sermon — three short rhyming lines
Number 5123-1
15.   f. 124v   Tell me now what is thy rede
A couplet in a sermon
Number 906-1
16.   f. 124v   But if I appeal from the law of script to the law of grace
On the difference between human and divine law — one couplet in a Latin sermon
Number 3719-1
17.   f. 127   Now begins to go the banner of our Lord the King
Four lines translating the first stanza of the hymn, Vexilla regis prodeunt
Number 5026-1
18.   f. 127   Stand and behold every man
A translation of ‘O vos omnes’ (Lam. 1.12) — one couplet
Number 1115-1
19.   f. 133   Delivered the children of Israel out of thraldom and servage
God’s assistance to the Israelites as they fled Egypt — three couplets in a Latin sermon
Number 4844-1
20.   f. 136v   Sin destroyeth his freedom and putteth him into foul servage
On the effects of sin — three lines, monorhyming
Number 3192-1
21.   f. 137v   Lord for Thy holy blessed name
A prayer — two couplets
Number 2751-1
22.   f. 146   It peases them that be wroth
Five virtues of Christ’s blood — five lines in a sermon for Passiontide translating the Latin text which precedes them
Number 659-1
23.   f. 164v   As mickle as there shall be heaviness
Contrast of the sorrow when rejected by Christ with the joy when accepted, translating a Latin couplet — one cross-rhymed quatrain in a Latin sermon
Number 1510-1
24.   f. 167   Give this lamb to heaven King
A sacrifice, in a Latin sermon by Nicolas Philip — one couplet
Number 4378-1
25.   f. 167v   Plaining of his woe
On Christ’s seven last words — one 7-line stanza in a Latin sermon for Good Friday
Number 197-1
26.   f. 167v   A word of plaining of his woe
Gifts offered to the Christian soul — four couplets in a Latin sermon
Number 5507-1
27.   f. 168   The tree of the cross is well bright
On a worthy tree — two couplets in a Good Friday sermon by Friar Nicolas Philip translating the Latin which precedes it
Number 6109-1
28.   f. 169   Undo your gates princes to me
Dialogue between Christ and the Princes of Hell — seven lines in a Latin sermon for Good Friday modelled on Ps. 24:7-10
Number 3461-1
29.   f. 169v   Meek is the lamb that not away ran
Christ compared with a lamb — one couplet
Number 2111-1
30.   f. 171   I am despised as man forsake
Lament of a sinner — five couplets translating Latin hexameters which appear on an imago humilis
Number 3174-1
31.   f. 173   Look his woning be clean I-dight
On offering hospitality to Christ, in a Latin sermon, Qui custos domini sui gloriabitur, by Friar Nicholas Philip — two couplets
Number 2933-1
32.   f. 173   Jesu that wouldest for mans sake
A simple prayer to Christ — two quatrains
Number 170-1
33.   f. 173   A tapet of truth
Preparations for offering hospitality to Christ, in a Latin sermon Qui custos domini sui gloriabitur, by Friar Nicholas Philip — four lines
Number 1041-1
34.   f. 173v   Close thy heart from envy
The four corners of the ‘tapȝte of trewthe’ prepared to receive Christ, in a Latin sermon, Qui custos domini sui gloriabitur, by Friar Nicholas Philip — two couplets
Number 5935-1
35.   f. 173v   Thy brother in heaven is master and king
On the nearness of Christ, ‘þi felaw & þi grom’ — two couplets in a Latin sermon by Friar Nicolas Philip
Number 5175-1
36.   f. 173v   That thine brother in heaven is master and king
Verses on four things to hope for in preparing the ‘cushion’ of hope to receive Christ, in a Latin sermon, Qui custos domini sui gloriabitur, by Friar Nicholas Philip — two couplets
Number 6794-1
37.   f. 174   Worlds love lasteth but awhile
Advice that only Christ’s love remains — two couplets in a Latin sermon by Friar Nicolas Philip
Number 5630-1
38.   f. 174   Thine father was a bond man
High birth is of no value — one quatrain in a sermon
Number 2394-1
39.   f. 174   If thou art poor then art thou free
Wealth avails little — two couplets in a Latin sermon
Number 1400-1
40.   f. 174   For thou art comen of good blood
A song of Freedom incorporated into a sermon by Nicholas Philip — three quatrains
Number 1102-1
41.   f. 174v   Death bringeth down low that been bold
The inevitability of death, in a Latin sermon — two couplets in a Latin sermon
Number 4350-1
42.   f. 175   Patience is painted with pride
‘Pacyens is þing of gret mede’ — two couplets in a Latin sermon by Nicholas Philip
Number 140-1
43.   f. 175   A pity withouten truth
Four types of pity in a Latin sermon by Friar Nicolas Philip — two couplets
Number 971-1
44.   f. 175   Charity is chased all about
The absence of charity — two couplets in a Latin sermon by Friar Nicholas Philipp
Number 3276-1
45.   f. 175   Love is locken under ground
A quatrain on love — two couplets
Number 2933-2
46.   f. 175   Jesu that wouldest for mans sake
A simple prayer to Christ — two quatrains
Number 3174-2
47.   f. 177v   Look his woning be clean I-dight
On offering hospitality to Christ, in a Latin sermon, Qui custos domini sui gloriabitur, by Friar Nicholas Philip — two couplets
Number 1354-1
48.   f. 177v   For he may lease and he may find
Christ’s love for man — two couplets in a Latin sermon