|Document Reference||Pw V 22|
|Title||Autograph MS volume, entitled 'Horse-manshipp', by William, 1st Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne; n.d. [May 1660-1667]|
|Extent||47 ff, 2 front and 2 end flyleaves.|
|Access Conditions||Microfilm surrogate available - readers may be required to use the microfilm in the first instance.|
|Content Description||Written after the Restoration of Charles II and Newcastle's return to England (see f 3v), and according to Sönmez, before the final printer's copy of the 1667 riding manual (see f 7v).|
|Title Of Work||Horse-manshipp|
|ReprodnNote||Volumes from Pw V cannot be photographed by readers with their own camera or device, but reprographic copies can be supplied for educational and private study purposes only.|
|Physical Description||Folio, 17 written folios followed by 30 blank folios.|
Paper is uniformly cropped, 292 x 190 mm.
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Crozier and Post within ornate shield, the crozier is flanked by letters GS, approx. 60 x 40 mm; the entire MS has one type of watermark form.|
Free flowing italic script.
Gold stamped vellum on paste-board with remnants of light blue silk ribbon ties to fore-edge; upper and lower covers are decorated with a similar oblong panel enclosed in a double-line fillet close to the outer borders; the central panel consists of a triple-line fillet forming an oblong frame which is decorated with a vase and floral tool stamped at the four corners of the frame; a set of fillet lines ending in small curls are stamped parallel to the central panel; spine is gold stamped with seven double fillet lines from head to tail.
|Watermark||Crozier and Post Horn|
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|Publication Note||M. J-M. Sönmez, 'English Spelling in the Seventeenth Century: A Study of the nature of Standardisation as seen through the MS and Printed Versions of the Duke of Newcastle's "A New Method"' (Ph.D., University pf Durham, 1993), 2 vols|
|Duke of Newcastle, A New and Extraordinary Method to dress Horses (London, 1667)|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA689||Cavendish; William (1593-1676); 1st Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne; cr. Viscount Mansfield 1620; Earl of Newcastle upon Tyne 1628; Marquess of Newcastle upon Tyne 1643; Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne 1665||1593-1676|