Document ReferencePw V 575
TitleMS poem entitled 'The fable of ye pot and kettle'; n.d.
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionText consists of 31 lines.

Endorsed 'A Fable ye Brass Kettle & Earthen Pott'.

Ascribed to Charles Montagu, Earl of Halifax in P. Dobell's Literture of the Restoration.
Title Of WorkThe fable of ye pot and kettle
as twas told by Coll. T. ye night before he kist ye Kings hand.
First Line of PoemAs down ye Torrent of an Angry Flood
Last Line of PoemFor know that you are Clay and they are brasse
Physical DescriptionOne folio
ConditionGenerally good
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Arms of the City of London within large, ornate shield, and letters AJ under the shield, 110 x 75 mm
WatermarkArms of London (ornate)
Related MaterialCrum, Index, A 1483
Publication NoteA Second Collection of the Newest and Most Ingenious Poems, Songs, Catches etc against Popery (London, 1689) p 18
Poems on Affairs of State, vol IV (1968), pp 233-4
Dobell, P., Literature of the Restoration (1918) p 82

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA29197Montague; Charles (1661-1715); 1st Earl of Halifax; cr. Baron 1700; cr. Earl 17141661-1715
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