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PwV - Literary Manuscripts in the Portland (Welbeck) Collection, 16th-19th centuries
37 - Bound volume containing various poetical works; 21 Oct. 1622-27 Mar. 1625
Pw V 37/164 (p 137)
MS poem, identified as one stanza from 'The Libel Of Oxford', by Thomas Buckley, composed c.1564; n.d.
A full description of the volume in which this appears can be found under the reference Pw V 37.
Text consists of 4 lines. [stanza omitted in Bodl. Tanner MS 465; stanza 51 in Alnwick Castle MSS 508-509].
Title Of Work
On two lascivious Wenches, whose names were Vertue and Grace, and dwelt at the Angell
First Line of Poem
Vertue and Grace do guard this place
Last Line of Poem
You shalbee sure of a Whore
For details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, binding etc) of the volume in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 37.
Crum, Index, V 54
University of Nottingham Library:
Bodleian Tanner MS 465; Marsh's Library, Dublin MS Z3 5 21; Alnwick Castle MSS 508-09; Rosenbach Library MS 1083/15, pp. 82-89
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