|Content Description||A detailed description of the volume in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 47.|
|Text consists of five 9-line verses.|
'Giveing a true account of the Birth and Conception of a late Famous Poem call'd The Female Nine', follows title.
'To the Tune of Packingtons Pound', precedes first verse.
The poem ascribed to Dorset is also known as 'A True Account of the Birth and Conception of a late Famous Poem call'd 'The Female Nine''; the title refers to Monmouth's satire written in answer to a libel entitled 'The Nine', i.e. the Lords who assisted Queen Mary with the government when King William III took command of the army in Ireland in June 1690.