|Document Reference||Pw V 245|
|Title||MS poem, untitled ['A Jouney into France'], probably by Thomas Goodwyn; n.d.|
|Content Description||Untitled poem.|
Printed version entitled 'A Jouney into France'.
Text consists of twenty-three 6-line verses.
The poem has also been attributed to Richard Corbett, see Crum I 80.
|First Line of Poem||I came from England into ffrance|
|Last Line of Poem||Who men say did the same|
|Physical Description||One sheet folded once, lengthwise, to form two folios|
|Condition||Mended and covered in gauze; good|
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Crozier (small) within ornate shield, top half of watermark only, approx. 28 x 38 mm.|
|Related Material||Crum, Index, I 80|
|University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 37/298|
|University of Nottingham Library:|
|Another copy of this poem.|
|Publication Note||Parnassus Biceps (London, 1656) p 24|
|Corbet, Richard, Poems (1672) p 129|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA74252||Corbet; Richard (1582-1635); Dr; Bishop of Oxford 1628 and Norwich 1632||1582-1635|
|NA74318||Goodwin; Thomas (1600-1860); Dr; divine||1600-1860|