|Document Reference||Pw V 246|
|Title||Autograph MS speech, entitled 'Uganda's speech, design'd to conclude the British Enchanters', by George Granville, Baron Lansdowne; n.d.|
|Content Description||Text consists of 45 lines.|
From Granville's play 'The British Enchantress' (1706).
Endorsed in lead 'Lord Lansdowne's hand'.
|Title Of Work||Uganda's speech, design'd to conclude the British Enchanters|
|First Line of Poem||Prophetick fury, rowls within my Breast|
|Last Line of Poem||To trust thy Powr, safe in thy Piety|
|Physical Description||One folio folded once to form two quartos|
|Descriptive Features||Countermark: Letters HR, 12 x 24 mm; gold graphed|
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|Publication Note||S. Johnson, Poets (1779) XXV, pp 310-311|
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|NA29687||Granville; George (1667-1735); Baron Lansdowne; cr. 1711; imprisoned in Tower on suspicion of Jacobitism 1715-1717||1667-1735|