|Document Reference||Pw V 209|
|Title||MS poem, entitled 'The Mare and the Mistress a Comicall Song or Parallell The Words made to A Humourous Tune Representing the going of a Pad', by Thomas D'Urfey; n.d.|
|Content Description||Text consists of two 25-line verses.|
The printed version in 'Wit and Mirth' is entitled 'A Song Representing the going of a Pad'.
The song is ascribed to Thomas D'Urfey in the 1700 edition of 'Wit and Mirth' pp 287-89.
|Title Of Work||The Mare and the Mistress a Comicall Song or Parallell The Words made to A Humourous Tune Representing the going of a Pad|
|First Line of Poem||When for air|
|Last Line of Poem||Ends our love Chace|
|Physical Description||One sheet folded once to form two folios|
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Arms of Amsterdam, 90 x 100 mm|
Countermark: Letters PK, 15 x 34 mm.
|Watermark||Arms of Amsterdam|
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|Publication Note||T. D'Urfey, Wit and Mirth: or Pills to Purge Melancholy, 6 vols (London 1719-20/ New York, 1959) II, pp 190-92|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA31732||D'Urfey; Thomas (1653-1723); Mr; poet and dramatist||1653-1723|