|Document Reference||Pw V 38/42 (pp 199-200)|
|Title||MS poem, entitled 'Satyr Unmuzzell'd', not ascribed; n.d.|
|Content Description||A full description of the volume in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 38.|
|Text consists of 136 lines.|
'Bab May' appears in margin by line 33.
'Nell Gwinn' appears in margin by line 102.
Includes a reference to Shaftesbury's Ignotamus therefore written after 24 November 1681.
|Title Of Work||Satyr Unmuzzell'd|
|First Line of Poem||Who'd bee thee man lewd Libells to endite|
|Last Line of Poem||Those few vnblemish'd are not meant in this|
|Physical Description||For details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, binding etc) of the volume in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 38.|
|Related Material||Crum, Index, W 2209|
|University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 42/19|
|Another version of the same MS.|
|Publication Note||Poems on Affairs of State, vol II (1965), pp 209-16|
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|NA72722||Julian; Robert (fl 1670-c.1690); Captain; scrivener and professional purveyor of manuscript lampoons||fl 1670-c.1690|
|NA28844||Cooper; Anthony A. (1621-1683); 1st Earl of Shaftesbury; M.P.; creat. 1672; also 1st Baron Ashley; supporter of Monmouth||1621-1683|
|NA72903||Scott; James (1649-1685); Duke of Monmouth; natural son of Charles II||1649-1685|