|Content Description||Individual entries are described under references Pw V 450/1-2.|
|Prologue and epilogue composed by Wesley and Fitzgerald for Terence's Phormio performed at Westminster School, 5 Dec. 1727.|
The published prologue is somewhat variant, and gives a different speaker (Mostyn), but could be from a performance later in the month before the Duke of Cumberland on 14 Dec. (see Lusus Alteri Westmonasterienses I (1863) p47).
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Arms of Anne, Queen of Great Britain within crowned garter, 82 x 65 mm|
Countermark: Royal Cipher, crowned GR surrounded by palm fronds within a circle, 43 x 43 mm; centralmark, monogram CW in ornate cursive letters, 11 x 18 mm