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The title 'Her Majesty's Success' is written in large letters on f 1r and is followed by the inscription: 'A Poem; Humbly Inscrib'd To The Honourable Mr Secretary Harley', under which the name of the author appears. The text begins on f 2r beneath a further inscription in large letters: 'To The Honourable Mr Secretary Harley'. The end of the text on f 11r is marked by the Latin word 'Finis'.
Date is not given but poem was written between the accession of Queen Anne in 1702 and the creation of Robert Harley as 1st Earl of Oxford in 1711.
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Seven Provinces rampant Lion within double rimmed, crowned circle, approx. 86 x 80 mm (Type A, ff 1 and 6)|
Countermark: Letters IV, approx. 18 x 20 mm (With Type A)
Watermark: Dagger, approx. 25 x 10 mm (Type B, ff 2-7)
Countermark: Letter A, approx. 10 x 10 mm (With Type B)
Six sheets held together with black cotton