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PwV - Literary Manuscripts in the Portland (Welbeck) Collection, 16th-19th centuries
Pw V 560
MS poem, untitled 'How our good king does Papists hate'; 1680
Text consists of twelve 6-line verses.
Known by the title 'Satyr on old Rowley'.
Written in 1680; this copy is also dated 1680.
First Line of Poem
How our good king does Papists hate
Last Line of Poem
Yet bear the Littletons in mind
One folio leaf folded once forming two quartos, on a single guard.
Watermark: Fleur de lis within narrow shield, surmounted by a large crown, under the shield are the letters HG, 110 x 54 mm
Fleur de lis
Crum, Index, H 1494b
<a href="http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/">Bodleian Library, Oxford</a>, MS Douce 357, f 108r
University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 45/1
Another version of this MS.
Poems on Affairs of State, vol II (1965), pp 184-8
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Dates of existence
Charles II (1630-1685); King of England Scotland and Ireland; acc. 1649
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