|Document Reference||Pw V 602|
|Title||MS poem on the Lord Lovelace's coming to Oxford in Dec. 1688.|
|Content Description||Untitled poem.|
Text consists of seventeen 3-line verses plus refrain.
On the Lord Lovelace's coming to Oxford in Dec. 1688.
Endorsed 'Expedition to Oxon A Song G.I.'.
|First Line of Poem||A Late Expedition to Oxford was made|
|Last Line of Poem||They'd Marched more Nimble without their Musick, which nobody can deny|
|Physical Description||One sheet folded once to form two folios|
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Arms of Amsterdam|
|Watermark||Arms of Amsterdam|
|Related Material||Crum, Index, A 224|
|University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 46/27|
|University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 47/5|
|University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 48/1|
|Other versions of the same MS.|
|Publication Note||Poems on Affairs of State, vol V (1971), pp 66-70|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA31618||Lovelace; John (c.1638-1693); 3rd Baron Lovelace; succ. 1670; M.P.; arrested for involvement in Rye House Plot 1683||c.1638-1693|
|NA30633||Smith; John (1655-1723); Mr; M.P. Ludgershall 1679 1681 1689-90; Bere Alston 1691-5; Andover 1695-1713; East Looe 1715-23; Speaker 1705-8||1655-1723|