|Content Description||A full description of the volume in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 38.|
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Glosses to the text (see below) in a different hand.
'To ye D . Monmouth' appears in margin by first line.
'Robert Sidney' appears in margin by line 14.
Also known by the title 'The Ghost of honest Tom Rosse to his Pupill D of M', i.e. James, Duke of Monmouth.
Written in autumn 1679.
Generally included among Roscommon's works, though the poem is attributed to Sir Thomas Armstrong in Bodleian Library MS Douce 357, f 62v.