|Document Reference||Pw V 461|
|Title||MS poem, entitled 'Englands Glory being An Excellent New Ballad on the Fleet at Spithead', by Samuel Wesley, the younger; n.d.|
|Content Description||The text consists of eleven verses of 7 lines, each also having a 2-line refrain.|
The title is followed by the information 'To the Tune of Cutpurse'.
The name of the author does not appear on the text.
|Title Of Work||Englands Glory being an Excellent New Ballad on The Fleet at Spithead|
|First Line of Poem||Come You Lovers of Peace who are said to have sold|
|Last Line of Poem||Sails in to good purpose as e'er it saild out|
|Physical Description||One folio folded once to form two quartos|
Physical match: Pw V 451 (dimensions, paper, script) & Pw V 452 (dimensions, paper, script) & Pw V 453 (dimensions, paper, script) & Pw V 458 (dimensions, paper, script)
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Arms of the City of London, approx. 60 x 50 mm|
|Watermark||Arms of London|
|Related Material||Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS Malone 41, f 228|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA72806||Wesley; Samuel (1691-1739); Mr; the younger||1691-1739|