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Sirs a miracle or two I shall you tell
Two miracles of the Virgin Mary: (I) Knight saved by Two Words (104 lines); (2) Knight who said five Aves daily (238 lines) — in couplets
Note: For other versions, see 82, 84.
Subjects: Virgin Mary, miracles of; miracles
Versification: — two-line — aa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Tanner 407 (SC 10234), ff. 29v-32
First Lines:
SErys a merakyl or to I schal ȝou telle
That for our ladyis loue somtyme be felle…
Last Lines:
…To þat plas bryng vs cryst god and man
Throw þe preyer of oure lady & of sent Anne
Editions:
Tryon, Ruth Wilson. “Miracles of Our Lady in Middle English Verse.” PMLA 38 (1923): 308-81: 374-86.
Louis, Cameron, ed. The Commonplace Book of Robert Reynes of Acle: an edition of Tanner MS 407. New York: Garland, 1980: 228-30.