Document ReferencePw V 266
TitleMS poem, entitled 'Ad Regem' [George II], by Robert Drummond, Archbishop of York; n.d.[c.1727]
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of a 48-line poem in 12 Alcaic stanzas addressed to King George II.

The text also mentions Queen Caroline.

A rather different text was published in 1728, but this must date from a similar period at the beginning of the reign.
Title Of WorkAd Regem
First Line of PoemQuaecunq<ue> mentem sollicitudines
Last Line of PoemNectere temporibus corollam?
Physical DescriptionOne folio folded once to form two quartos
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Arms of Great Britain within crowned garter, approx. 90 x 65 mm
WatermarkArms of Great Britain
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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA11309George II (1683-1760); King of Great Britain and Ireland1683-1760
NA15083Caroline Amelia Elizabeth (1768-1821); Queen Consort; Queen of George IV; daughter of Duke Charles of Brunswick1768-1821
NA11968Drummond; Robert Hay- (1711-1776); Archbishop of York; Bishop of Asaph 1748-1761; Archbishop of York 1761-1776; brother of T. Hay 9th Earl of Kinnoul1711-1776
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