|Document Reference||Pw V 800|
|Title||MS poem, untitled, 'While you and I were cordial friends' concerning Robert Walpole and Mr Pulteney; n.d.|
|Content Description||Untitled poem.|
Text consists of 33 lines.
Endorsed 'A Dialogue between Sr Robert Walpole and Mr Poultney'.
|First Line of Poem||While you and I were cordial friends|
|Last Line of Poem||nor you I'd die - what would I not?|
|Physical Description||Single folio leaf|
|Descriptive Features||Countermark: Royal Cipher, crowned GR surrounded by palm fronds and enclosed within a circle, 40 x 40 mm; fragmented central mark, G3, 11 x 11 mm|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA10334||Walpole; Robert (1676-1745); 1st Earl of Orford; 1st Earl of 2nd creation; cr. 1742; statesman||1676-1745|
|NA11855||Pulteney; William (1684-1764); Earl of Bath||1684-1764|