|Document Reference||Pw V 160/2|
|Title||Autograph MS poem, entitled 'Vpon the same sad catastrophe', probably in the hand of Thomas Blundeston, the author; n.d. |
|Content Description||A full description of the MS in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 160.|
|Text consists of 24 lines.|
Signed Thoms Blundeston.
The elegy refers to the death of Blundeston's friend and fellow student Edward Smith who entered Magdalen Hall, Oxford in 1640.
|Title Of Work||Vpon the same sad catastrophe|
|First Line of Poem||Apollos sonne is dead, if death expire|
|Last Line of Poem||That all the muses, shall his mourners bee|
|Physical Description||For details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, etc) of the MS in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 160.|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA74416||Smith; Edward (fl 1624-1640); Mr; matriculated Magdalen Hall 1640 aged 16||fl 1624-1640|
|NA74417||Blundeston; Thomas (1619-); Mr; of Magdalen Hall Oxford||1619-|