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PwV - Literary Manuscripts in the Portland (Welbeck) Collection, 16th-19th centuries
Pw V 473
MS poem, entitled 'Antrum Foeminimum', by Samuel Wesley, the younger; n.d.
Text consists of 14 lines.
The poem relates to Queen Caroline's cave, Richmond and includes reference to contemporary characters.
Title Of Work
First Line of Poem
Within this consecrated Ground
Last Line of Poem
We learn the Trinity from Clarke
Physical match: Pw V 469 (dimensions) & Pw V 470 (dimensions) & Pw V 471 (dimensions) & Pw V 474 f1v-2v (dimensions) & Pw V 478 (dimensions)
Watermark: Pro Patria, Dutch maiden and Seven Provinces rampant Lion within fenced field, and initial J in the field, approx. 87 x 97 mm
Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS Eng. poet. f 12, p 58
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Dates of existence
Wollaston; William (1660-1724); Rev.
Locke; John (1632-1704); Mr; philosopher
Newton; Isaac (1642-1727); Sir; natural philosopher
Clarke; Samuel (1675-1729); Dr; theologian and metaphysician
Wesley; Samuel (1691-1739); Mr; the younger
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