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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
Chaucer, Geoffrey, Workes, Speght, 1598
1.   Go forth mine own true heart innocent
An Envoy to his mistress — three stanzas rhyme royal with refrain
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 1529-3
2.   My noble sons and eke my lords dear
‘Moral Balade’
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 3645-9
3.   O lewd book with the fool rudeness
Balade with Envoy to Alison — three stanzas rhyme royal and 6-line Envoy (ALISON)
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 3954-5
4.   O merciful and O merciable
A lover pleading for mercy from his beloved, a pseudo-Chaucerian lyric, but apparently made up of scraps of other poems — thirteen stanzas rhyme royal including 3-stanza envoy
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 3989-3
5.   O Mossy Quince hanging by your stalk
A scurrilous balade against his mistress — three stanzas rhyme royal.
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 4006-3
6.   Son of Priamus gentle Paris of Troy
The Judgement of Paris — four stanzas rhyme royal
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 4997-4
7.   When that Phoebus his chair of gold so high
The Floure and the Leafe — 595 lines in rhyme royal stanzas
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 6426-1
8.   With timorous heart and trembling hand of dread
The Courte of Love — 1422 lines in rhyme royal stanzas
Printed Book: STC5077 Witness 6756-3