Document ReferencePw V 391
TitleMS poem, entitled 'The Hyp', by William Somerville; n.d.
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionThe text consists of 52 lines. The title is followed by the words 'In a Letter to W: C_ Esq<uir>e deare C_'.

The name of the author does not appear in this text.

The title, the words 'In a Letter to W:C_ Esq<uir>e Deare C_', and the first two lines of the poem, followed by the fourth line appear on f 2v, and have been cancelled.
Title Of WorkThe Hyp
First Line of PoemThis dismal morn when East Winds blow
Last Line of PoemThe best Elixir is a Friend
Physical DescriptionOne sheet folded once to form two folios
ConditionGenerally good
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Pro Patria, Dutch Maiden and Seven Provinces Lion within fenced field, approx. 75 x 80 mm

Countermark: Letters AB, approx. 15 x 40 mm
WatermarkPro Patria
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Publication NoteS. Johnson (ed.), The Works of the English Poets (J. Nichols; London, 1779) xxi, pp 193-94

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA74539Somerville; William (1675-1742); Mr1675-1742
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