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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Worcester, Worcester Cathedral Library F.10
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 7761; Grid 389 249 (Worcs).
Number 705-2
1.   f. 12v   At his birth Thou heardest angel sing
The tribulations of the Virgin — in couplets
Number 160-3
2.   f. 25   A son take heed to me whose son Thou was
A dialogue between the Virgin Mary and her Son on the Cross — fourteen lines in couplets
Number 3045-1
3.   f. 43ra   Leech o the lazars lawfully I-lened
Christ the Physician — six alliterative lines in an English prose homily
Number 3045-2
4.   f. 43ra   Leech o the lazars lawfully I-lened
Christ the Physician — six alliterative lines in an English prose homily
Number 3293-1
5.   f. 43ra   Lovers in lust longing
On the evils of the times, in an English prose homilyñthree alliterative monorhyming lines
Number 2726-1
6.   f. 43rb   It is first the floritif of fairness
Three rhyming alliterative lines in an English prose homily
Number 1239-1
7.   f. 43rb   Excess in eating and drinking
Three evils of the times, rhyming phrases in an English prose homily — three monorhyming lines
Number 157-1
8.   ff. 45vb-46ra   A softness of a sovereign to subjects he hath I-showed
Alliterative verse in an English prose homily — three lines, each followed by refrain, ‘in þat a haþ sent from heuene & deliuerid / þus tanne i seie he haþ deliuerid’
Number 4838
9.   f. 47   Sickness of her sin sorrowfully was I-showed
Six rhyming lines on Deliverance in an English prose homily
Number 152-1
10.   f. 47rb   A ruler of all realms
A tag in an English prose homily
Number 3715-1
11.   f. 208   Now all men may seen by me
On worm’s meat — six couplets