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Pw A 565/1-2

5 May 1702

Letter in Dutch (with translation) from A[nthony] Heinsius, The Hague [Netherlands], to William...

Pw V 42/68 (pp 443-53)

Jan 1703 c

MS poem, entitled 'The History and Fall of the Conformity Bill', by Arthur Mainwaring; 1703

Pw V 43/21 (pp 97-104)

 

MS poem, entitled 'The Present State Of Matrimony', by John Howe; n.d.

Pw V 44/8 (pp 31-32)

1693 (c)

MS poem, entitled 'A Satyr On the Modern Lampooners', not ascribed; 1690

Pw V 44/14 (pp 50-54)

 

MS poem, entitled 'Somerton's Epistle' probably by John Howe; 1691

Pw V 44/23 (pp 88-91)

 

MS poem, entitled 'A Satyr', probably by John Howe; 1693

Pw V 44/38 (pp 159-61)

1697

MS poem, entitled 'A Ballad on the Capitation Act', probably by John Howe; 1697

Pw V 44/104 (pp 439-44)

Dec 1704 (c)

MS poem, entitled 'The Consolidators OR The French King's Cordiall', by John Tutchin; 1704

Pw V 46/52 (ff 82r-83r)

 

MS poem, entitled 'Song', by John Howe; n.d.

Pw V 46/59 (ff 90v-91r)

1693 (c)

MS poem, entitled 'On Monmouth, Jn How. and Lord Mulgrave', not ascribed; n.d.

Pw V 47/36 (f 52v)

 

MS poem, entitled 'Song', by John Howe; n.d.

Pw V 47/44 (ff 61r-61v)

1693 (c)

MS poem, entitled 'On Monmouth. J: How. & L: M__grave', not ascribed; n.d.

Pw V 48/30 (ff 53r-53v)

1693 (c)

MS poem, entitled 'On the Modern Lampooners', not ascribed; 1690

Pw V 566

January 1704 (c)

MS poem entitled 'The History and Fall of the Conformity Bill being an excellent new song'; Jan...

Pw V 567

January 1704 (c)

MS poem entitled 'The History and Fall of the Conformity Bill being an excellent new song'; Jan...

Pw V 1066/7 (ff 10r-11r)

 

MS poem, entitled 'a Song', by Mr John Howe, 1657-1722; n.d.

Pw V 1198/4 (f 2r)

 

MS poem, entitled 'An Ode, said by Mr How', probably by Mr John Howe, 1657-1722; n.d.

Pw V 1209

 

MS poem, entitled 'A New Ballade to ye old Tew of we have raised an Army of lusty young fellows...

Pw V 1231/2

 

MS poem, untitled, not ascribed; n.d.

Pw V 1274/33 (f 15r-v)

 

MS poem, untitled, ascribed to 'Mr How'; n.d.