Document ReferencePw V 482/2
TitleMS Verse, specially composed Epilogue for Terence's Eunuch by Samuel Wesley, the younger, performed at Westminster School (1727); n.d.[c.1727]
Date1727 (c)
Content DescriptionA full description of the MS in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 482.
The text consists of 32 lines.

This is an epilogue specially written for Terence's Eunuchus, performed at Westminster School, Jan. 1727; at the end appears: 'S. Wesley fecit'.

Before the text appears the instruction: 'Spoken by Mostyn'.
Title Of WorkEpilogue
First Line of PoemTis done-here ends ye Business of the Day
Last Line of PoemNot all Mankind can mend our inward frame
Physical DescriptionFor details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, etc) of the MS in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 482.
Related MaterialUniversity of Nottingham Library:Pw V 482/1
University of Nottingham Library:
Pw V 482/2 is the epilogue to the prologue in Pw V 482/1
Publication NoteS. Wesley, Poems on Several Occasions (London, 1743) 2nd edition, p 305
Publication of the text

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA72710Terentius Afer; P. (c.190-c.159 BC); -; Terence; Roman comic dramatistc.190-c.159 BC
NA11457Mostyn; John (1710-1779); General; M.P. Malton 1741-68 Governor of Minorca 1770-31710-1779
NA72806Wesley; Samuel (1691-1739); Mr; the younger1691-1739
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