|Document Reference||Pw V 225|
|Title||MS poem, entitled 'An Epilogue for Julius Cesar, acted by young Gentlemen of Quality at Westminster School', by Thomas Fitzgerald; n.d. |
|Content Description||Text consists of 30 lines; variant readings to copy at Pw V 224/2.|
Epilogue spoken by Lord Danby.
Date of piece taken from Pw V 224/1.
|Title Of Work||An Epilogue for Julius Cesar, acted by young Gentlemen of Quality at Westminster School|
|First Line of Poem||The lofty scene is past foretold of Yore|
|Last Line of Poem||While some shall wield the Truncheon, some the pen|
|Term||education, schools, Westminster School|
|Physical Description||One folio|
Physical match: Pw V 226 & Pw V 227 & Pw V 224/2
|Descriptive Features||Countermark: Letter D, approx. 15 x 15 mm|
|Related Material||University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 224/2|
|University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 226-227|
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