|Document Reference||Pw V 542|
|Title||MS poem, untitled, 'Here's a Health to the Queen and a prosperous Reign'; n.d. [pre 1710]|
|Date||n.d. [pre 1710]|
|Content Description||Untitled poem.|
Text consists of 12 lines.
A longer version entitled 'The Chirch of England new toast' was printed in 1710.
Endorsed 'On Dr S______ 1710'.
|First Line of Poem||Here's a Health to the Queen, and a prosperous Reign|
|Last Line of Poem||But he's a false Brother that won't pledge ye same|
|Physical Description||One quarto|
|Descriptive Features||Cornermark: Letters CHD, unclear (fragment), approx. 10 x 48 mm|
|Related Material||Crum, Index, H 1150b|
|University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 541|
|Publication Note||A Collection of Poems, for and against Dr Sacheverell (London, 1710) i, p 16|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA29873||Sacheverell; Henry (c.1674-1724); Dr; political preacher; impeached for sedition||c.1674-1724|