Document ReferencePw V 296
TitleMS poem, entitled 'Iudicium Paridis', by William Markham; n.d.[c.1740]
Date1740 (c)
Extent4 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 156 lines in hexameters.

Note after text identifies this as Christ Church Oxford prize poem 1740. Markham was a student at the college where he took his B.A. in 1742 and M.A. in 1745
Title Of WorkIudicium Paridis
First Line of PoemSol radiis summos tremulis contingere montes
Last Line of PoemVictrici, roseosque parant intexere flores
Physical DescriptionTwo sheets folded once forming four folios
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Pro Patria, approx. 95 x 108 mm

Countermark: Name C [and] I Honigh, approx. 12 x 93 mm.

WatermarkPro Patria
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Publication NoteBourne, Vincent, Musae Anglicanae (J. and R. Tonson and J. Watts; London 1741) vol 2, pp 277-82

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA11822Markham; William (1719-1807); Archbishop of York; Archbishop of York from 17771719-1807
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