Document ReferencePw V 325
TitleMS poem entitled 'A Poet to his Mistresse'; n.d.
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 46 lines.

Endorsed in the hand of John Rolleston 'A Poet to his Mistris'.
Title Of WorkA Poet to his Mistresse
First Line of PoemRead sweet Mayd, and know ye Heat
Last Line of PoemThe world shall pay thee back agen
Physical DescriptionOne sheet folded once to form two folios
Physical match: Pw V 318 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 319 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 320 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 321 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 322 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 323 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 324 (dimensions, script)
Physical match: Pw V 326 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 327 (dimensions, script) & Pw V 328 (dimensions, script) & Pw 329 (dimesnions, script) & Pw V 330 (dimesnions, script) & Pw V 331 (dimesnions, script) & Pw V 332 (dimesnions, script)
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Pot surmounted by quatrefoil and crescent, containing small crescent and letters IB, 95 x 45 mm

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA74216Rolleston; John (c.1597-1681); Mr; secretary to Newcastlec.1597-1681
NA74496Morley; George (1597-1684); Bishop of Winchester; DD1597-1684
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