Document ReferencePw V 557
TitleMS poem, satire upon the poets in imitation of Juvenal Satire 7, by Matthew Prior; n.d.
Extent6 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 201 lines.

Lines 202-18 omitted.
Title Of WorkSatyr upon the Poets Written in Imitation of the 7th Satyr of Juvenall
First Line of PoemAll my Endeavours, all my hopes depend
Last Line of PoemYour humble Servant sir, Not one word more
Physical DescriptionThree sheets folded once forming six folios
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Arms of England with Tudor Supporters, i.e. rampant lion and winged dragon holding narrow crowned shield containing 3 lines passant, based on motto Dieu et Mon Droit; with monogram AJ below the arms, 126 x 100 mm

Countermark: Letters TJ (cursive and ornate), 20 x 40 mm

The three sheets are stitched together with white cotton thread
WatermarkArms of England
Related MaterialIndex, ELM III, PrM 356
University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 43/76
For other concordances see Index, ELM, III, PrM 355
Publication Note'A Satyr against Poetry...' in C. Gildon (ed.)
Chorus Poetarum (London, 1694) p 115
Wright and Spears (eds), The Literary Works, I, p 28

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA72715Iuvenalis; D. Iunius (c.55-c.130); -; Juvenal; Roman satiristc.55-c.130
NA1124Prior; Matthew (1664-1721); poet and diplomat1664-1721
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