Document ReferencePw V 500
TitleMS poem, entitled 'A Satir', by Philip, Duke of Wharton; [1723 (c)].
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 50 lines. Some of the names deliberately abbreviated have been extended in another hand.

Date suggested by another copy of this satire in the British Library Add. MS 20095, dated 1723.
Title Of WorkA Satir
First Line of PoemWhen Gentle Thames Rolls back her Silver Streams
Last Line of PoemAnd my Poor Suffering Heart shall be at Peace
Physical DescriptionLarge sheet folded once forming two folios
Physical match: Pw V 501 (dimensions)
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Post Horn within ornate and crowned shield and monogram 4GR, suspended under the shield approx. 104 x 55 mm

Countermark: Letters ID, approx. 10 x 21 mm
WatermarkHorn (crowned shield)
Related MaterialCrum, Index, W 1095b
British Library: MS Add. 20095, d 3
Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS Eng. misc. e 183, f 79
University of Nottingham Library:Pw V 501
University of Nottingham Library:
Another copy of Pw V 500

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA30145Wharton; Philip (1698-1731); Duke of Wharton; cr. 1718; styled Viscount Winchendon 1706-15; 2nd Marquess of Wharton 1715-8; Jacobite; attainted; estates forfeited1698-1731
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