|Document Reference||Pw V 976/2|
|Title||MS poem in Latin, unattributed; 1643|
|Content Description||A full description of the MS in which this item appears can be found under the reference Pw V 976.|
Text consists of 4 lines in elegiac couplets.
For translation see Pw V 976/3.
Incorporated in a letter addressed to Lady Brilliana Harley's son Colonel Edward Harley.
|First Line of Poem||Esse, fuisse; fore, tria florida sunt sine flore|
|Last Line of Poem||Ergo quid prodest, esse, fuisse, fore?|
|Physical Description||For details of the physical evidence (paper, watermarks, etc) of the MS in which this item appears see the entry for Pw V 976.|
|Related Material||University of Nottingham Library: Pw V 976/3|
|University of Nottingham Library:|
|English translation of Pw V 976/2|
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|Code||PersonName||Dates of existence|
|NA1139||Harley; Edward (1624-1700); Sir; eldest son of Sir R. Harley; Governor of Dunkirk 1660-1661||1624-1700|
|NA1142||Harley; Brilliana (c.1600-1643); Lady Harley; 3rd wife of Sir Robert Harley; dau of 1st Viscount Conway||c.1600-1643|
|NA72833||Alan; W. (fl 1640s); servant to the Harley family||fl 1640s|