|Content Description||A detailed description of the volume in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 43.|
|Text consists of thirty-four 4-line verses.|
Also known by the title 'A Convention of ye Poets', see Pw V 40/57. A version of this poem appears in POAS 1 327-337 with 9 additional verses.
The 'session' poem, in which poets, playwrights, court ladies or beaux were summoned to derisive judgement, was a popular satirical form in the Augustan period.