Document ReferencePw V 411
TitleMS poem, entitled 'On the Words, Brother Protestants and Fellow-Christians', by Jonathan Swift; n.d.
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 64 lines and the title refers to the words used by the advocates for the repeal of the Test Act in Ireland, 1733

Endorsed f 2v 'Verses'
Title Of WorkOn the Words - Brother Protestants and Fellow-Christians
First Line of PoemAn Inundation, says the Fable,
Last Line of PoemTo nourish Vermin, may be bit
Physical DescriptionOne sheet folded once to form two folios
Physical match: Pw V 494 (dimensions)
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Arms of Great Britain within crowned garter, approx. 87 x 64 mm

Countermark: Royal Cipher, crowned GR, approx. 30 x 25 mm
WatermarkArms of Great Britain
Related MaterialUniversity of Nottingham Library:Pw V 410
University of Nottingham Library:
Pw V 411 is a slightly different (longer by the last 2 lines) version of Pw V 410
Publication NoteGentleman's Magazine Supplement 1733, iii, 710 & Aldine (ed.), Jonathan Swift, Poems (London 1833-34), iii, pp 166-68 & H. Williams (ed.), Poems of Jonathan Swift (Clarendon Press; Oxford, 1937) vol III, pp 809-813

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA1130Swift; Jonathan (1667-1745); Dr; satirist and writer1667-1745
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