Document ReferencePw V 473
TitleMS poem, entitled 'Antrum Foeminimum', by Samuel Wesley, the younger; n.d.
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionText consists of 14 lines.

The poem relates to Queen Caroline's cave, Richmond and includes reference to contemporary characters.
Title Of WorkAntrum Foemininum
First Line of PoemWithin this consecrated Ground
Last Line of PoemWe learn the Trinity from Clarke
Physical DescriptionOne folio
Physical match: Pw V 469 (dimensions) & Pw V 470 (dimensions) & Pw V 471 (dimensions) & Pw V 474 f1v-2v (dimensions) & Pw V 478 (dimensions)
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Pro Patria, Dutch maiden and Seven Provinces rampant Lion within fenced field, and initial J in the field, approx. 87 x 97 mm
WatermarkPro Patria
Related MaterialBodleian Library, Oxford, MS Eng. poet. f 12, p 58

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA74559Wollaston; William (1660-1724); Rev.1660-1724
NA18881Locke; John (1632-1704); Mr; philosopher1632-1704
NA10371Newton; Isaac (1642-1727); Sir; natural philosopher1642-1727
NA72943Clarke; Samuel (1675-1729); Dr; theologian and metaphysician1675-1729
NA72806Wesley; Samuel (1691-1739); Mr; the younger1691-1739
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