Document ReferencePw V 368
TitleMS poem, entitled 'A pastorall Dialogue', by Sir Charles Sedley; n.d. [late 17th C]
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 50 lines in form of dialogue between Thirsis and Strephon.

Date range suggested as late 17th century by Beal (see Index, II, SeC 30).
Title Of WorkA Pastorall Dialogue
First Line of PoemStrephon o Strephon once ye jollyest ladd
Last Line of PoemMay from my eyes, but not my heart remove
Physical DescriptionOne sheet folded once to form two folios
ConditionGenerally good
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Three Circles surmounted by simple crown, top circle contains crosslet cross, central circle has letters GAG and bottom circle has initial M, 78 x 21 mm

WatermarkCircles, three
Related MaterialBritish Library: Harleian MS 7332 f 199r-v
Publication NoteC. Sedley, A Collection of Poems (London, 1672)
C. Sedley, Miscellaneous Works (London, 1702) pp 1-8
Pinto (ed.), The Poetical and Dramatic Works of Sir Charles Sedley (London, 1928) vol I, pp 3-6
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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA74230Sedley; Charles (c.1639-1701); Sir; poetc.1639-1701
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