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IMEV 3680.5
NIMEV 3680.5
Thou most sweetest of any thing
‘A Songe of Loue to oure Lord Iesu Criste’ — 69 monorhyming quatrains
Note: Cf. 5077
Title(s): ‘A Songe of Loue to oure Lord Iesu Criste’
Subjects: love, toward Jesus; Christ, love toward
Versification: — four-line, monorhyme — aaaa



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Untraced, Present whereabouts unknown olim J. W. Dod (Hamer (1995) lists as unidentified, missing or destroyed)
First Lines:
Thou most swettest of any thynge…
Editions:
“Ancient English Poems: from a Manuscript Belonging to J. W. Dod, Esq. of Cloverley, M.P. for the Northern Division of Salop.” Gentleman’s Magazine n.s. 29 (June 1848): 612-14.