|Document Reference||Pw V 621|
|Title||MS poem on the Queen's statue in St Paul's; n.d. [post 1712]|
|Date||n.d. [post 1712]|
|Content Description||Untitled poem.|
Text consists of 30 lines.
Known by the title Upon the Q___n's Statue at Paul's', June 1712.
Attributed to Samuel Garth in 'Supplement to the Minor Poets' (1780) p 84.
|First Line of Poem||Near to that sacred and Imortall frame|
|Last Line of Poem||Like other Monarchs of the Stuart's Line|
|Physical Description||One folio leaf|
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Arms of Great Britain within shield, surrounded by crowned garter and letters CGL under the garter, 94 x 60 mm|
|Watermark||Arms of Great Britain|
|Related Material||Crum, Index, N 88|
|<a href="http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/">Bodleian Library, Oxford</a>, MS Montagu e 13, f 95v|
|Publication Note||Political Merriment (London, 1714) pt 2, p 30|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA72729||Garth; Samuel (1661-1719); Sir; physician and poet||1661-1719|