|Title||MS poem, entitled 'A Prophecy found under the Foundacon of the Chappell of Walingford House, Engraven in Lead, and discovered on Saturday the 2d of June 1694, and sent by Thomas Povey Esq. to My Lord Mayor, who imediately proclaim'd a Fast thereon', by Sir Fleetwood Sheppard; n.d.|
|Content Description||A full description of the volume in which this appears can be found under the reference Pw V 47.|
|Text consists of 8 lines.|
'By Fleet Shephard' appears in brackets below title.
'Lord Capell', appears above line 1, referring to 'Tewxbury Mustard' in the text.
'Ireland' appears above line two, referring to 'a land without magpye or Toad' in the text.
'Orange' appears above line 3, referring to 'Sauce of the Veal' in the text.
'Arms of Engld to that of Holland', appears in the margin by line 3, referring to 'Joyning 3 to one Lyon', in the text.
'The Dauphin', appears above line 4, referring to 'the Padnagg of Arion' in the text.
'French armes' appears in margin by line 5, referring to 'The Lillyes', in the text.
'Russell' appears above line six, referring to 'Cherry' in the text.
'Brest Harbour', appears in margin by line 8, referring to 'Brest' in the text.