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A page of epitaphs and satirical verses, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

MS. Rawl. C. 986, fol. 15

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  1. The Marq. of Montrose's lines on the death of Charles I.
  2. "Epitaph on Sir Walter Rawleigh." Beg. "Even such is time which takes in trust."
  3. "Epitaph on Sir John Fenwick." Beg. "Here lye the relicks of a martyr'd knight."
  4. Lines "set on White Hall Gate for the King's [Will. III's] safe return from Namure." Beg. "Rejoice ye fopps, your idoll's come again."
  5. "On S—l;" [i.e. the horse which caused the death of Will. III.] Beg. "Illustrious steed, who should the Zodiack grace."
  6. "On D[uke of] M[arlborough].|" Beg. "When a church on a hill to the Danube advance."
  7. "The witchcraft;" lines against the Duchess of Marlborough. Beg. "No wonder winds more dreadfull are by far."


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Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Rawl. C. 986, fol. 15


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