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43 - Bound volume of MS poems and songs by various authors; n.d. [1681-1703]
Pw V 43/54 (pp 247-50)
MS poem, entitled 'The Entry', not ascribed; 1687
A detailed description of the volume in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 43.
Text consists of 43 lines in 5 irregular sections.
Poem on the refusal of Charles Seymour, Duke of Somerset to announce the Pope's Nuncio at Windsor in July 1687.
Dated 1687 in this manuscript.
Title Of Work
First Line of Poem
Old Westminster the Seat of Kings, whose Law
Last Line of Poem
But I must cease, cause none can reach thy Praise
For details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, binding etc) of the volume in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 43.
Crum, Index, O 1042
University of Nottingham Library:
Poems on Affairs of State, vol IV (1968), pp 114-15
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Dates of existence
Seymour; Charles (1662-1748); 6th Duke of Somerset
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