Document ReferencePw V 628
TitleMS song entitled 'To the K___gs most Excellent M______y'; 1715
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionText consists of 26 lines.

Presented by the secret committee and introduced by the Duke of Marlborough to George I on 10 June 1715.

According to Needham, a printed copy of this broadside, endorsed 1715, was in the library at Welbeck, shelfmark 39.H.1.

This manuscript copy is in the same illiterate hand as Pw V 625.
Title Of WorkTo the K___gs most Excellent M______y
First Line of PoemThe Humble address of the Tower of London
Last Line of PoemGove laws at Will, and by the Sword Command
Physical DescriptionOne folio
ConditionGood but discoloured around the borders
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Post Horn within ornate and crowned shield and monogram 4WR suspended under the shield, 110 x 54 mm
WatermarkHorn (crowned shield)
Related Material<a href="">Bodleian Library, Oxford</a>, MS Eng. poet. e 87, p 112
<a href="">Bodleian Library, Oxford</a>, MS Rawl. poet. 173, f 2v
<a href="">Bodleian Library, Oxford</a>, MS Firth b 22, f 15

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA13806Churchill; John (1650-1722); 1st Duke of Marlborough; created 1702; Marquis of Blandford1650-1722
NA19598George I (1660-1727); King of Great Britain and Ireland1660-1727
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