Document ReferencePw V 37/187 (pp 151-52)
TitleMS poem, entitled 'The Parliament', not ascribed; n.d.
Content DescriptionA full description of the volume in which this appears can be found under the reference Pw V 37.
Text consists of 38 lines.

Dated 'March 1621,' in this manuscript.

'Sr Giles Mompesson', in the margin by line 4, relates to 'the chiefest Host' in the text.

'Sr Francis Bacon Chancellor', in the margin by line 13, relates to 'a dainty bit of Bacon' in the text.

Sr Ed: Cook', in the margin by line 26, relates to 'The Cook' in the text.

'Bribery and Corruption', in the margin by line 32, relates to 'Some cankred mettall' in the text.
Title Of WorkThe Parliament
First Line of PoemThe great assembly of ye Parliament
Last Line of PoemI do not know, unlesse itt downe bee taken
Physical DescriptionFor details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, binding etc) of the volume in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 37.
Related MaterialCrum, Index, T 724
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