Document ReferencePw V 549/3
TitleMS verse, epilogue for Terence's Andria by Vincent Bourne, performed at Westminster School [Nov. 1725]; n.d.[1725]
Content DescriptionText consists of 38 lines in elegiac couplets.

Before the text appears the direction: Crito loquitur.

This is a specially composed epilogue to Terence's Andria, performed at Westminster School (Nov. 1725).
Title Of WorkEpilogus [Andriae]
First Line of PoemEccquis ibi est? - Audite aliquis - Puer, Endromedon da
Last Line of PoemVester Ego, grato corde, redibo Crito.
Physical DescriptionFor details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, etc) of the MS in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 549.
Publication NoteLusus Westmonasterienses (1730) pp 246-47
V. Bourne, Miscellaneous Poems: consisting of originals and translations (W. Ginger; London, 1772) pp 299-300

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA72710Terentius Afer; P. (c.190-c.159 BC); -; Terence; Roman comic dramatistc.190-c.159 BC
NA72711Bourne; Vincent (1695-1747); Mr; master of Westminster School1695-1747
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