Document ReferencePw V 191
TitleMS poem, entitled 'Satyra', by Dr John Donne; n.d.
Extent4 ff
Access ConditionsMicrofilm surrogate available - readers may be required to use the microfilm in the first instance.
Content DescriptionText consists of 242 lines.

Twice endorsed on f 4v 'The satyre of the courte by Mr Dune' once in a different secretary hand from that of the principal scribe, and once in italic.

Beal dates this copy to the early 17th century (Index, I, DnJ 2849).
Title Of WorkSatyra
First Line of PoemWell I may now receaue and dy my sinne
Last Line of Poem(I hope) esteeme my wittes Canonicall
Physical DescriptionTwo small sheets folded once to make four folios
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Fleur de lis, free standing (small), approx. 20 x 20 mm

Countermark: none present with this watermark


Stitched together with cotton
WatermarkFleur de lis
Related MaterialIndex, ELM I, DnJ 2849
Crum, Index, W 275
For other concordances see Index, ELM DnJ, 2815-48
Publication NoteDonne, J., Poems (John Marriot; London, 1633) pp 377-45

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA73395Donne; John (c.1572-1631); Dr; D.D.; poet and devinec.1572-1631
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