Document ReferencePw V 625
TitleMS song entitled 'England's most Humble Address to Her Soveraign'; n.d.
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionText consists of 18 lines.

Illiterate copy of the broadside 'England's most Humble Address', referring to Queen Anne.

Copied in the same hand as Pw V 628.

According to Needham, a printed copy of this broadside was in the library at Welbeck shelfmark 39.H.1.
Title Of WorkEngland's most Humble Address to Her Soveraign
First Line of PoemGreat Monarch hasten to thy Native Shore
Last Line of PoemAnd willing Nations own their Rightfull King
Physical DescriptionOne narrow folio leaf
Descriptive FeaturesCountermark: Letters IB, 10 x 24 mm
Related MaterialCrum, Index, G 528
<a href="">Bodleian Library, Oxford</a>, MS Rawl. poet. 181, f 72v
University of Nottingham Library:
University of Nottingham Library:
Publication NoteEngland's Most Humble Address to her Sovereign

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA18608Anne (1665-1714); Queen of Great Britain and Ireland1665-1714
NA1110Needham; Francis (1900-1971); Mr; librarian to the 6th Duke of Portland1900-1971
NA15001James II (1633-1701); King of England Scotland and Ireland; succ. 1685; also styled Duke of York1633-1701
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