Manuscript copies of two satirical pamphlets
Manuscript copies of two satirical pamphlets:
- (pp. 1-13) 'A proposal for the farming of licence to use no conscience at all' (printed, London, 1663)
- (pp. 14-22) 'The poor whore's petition to ... the Countess of Castlemaine' (printed, London, 1668).
- Creation: 17th century
Language of Materials
Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. MS. Eng. hist. d. 102, pp. 1-2].
MS. Eng. hist. d. 102
Collection ID (for staff)
CMD ID 16407
Manuscript copies of two satirical pamphlets, 17th century.
Biographical / Historical
Biographical details unknown.
Other Finding Aids
Owned by Thomas Rawlinson, no. 36 of the quartos in a catalogue of his manuscripts (BodL, MS. Rawl. C. 937, fol. 27); probably item 48 in a Rawlinson sale catalogue, T. Ballard, 4 March 1734; remains of diamond-shaped paper label on upper cover; owned by John Gray Bell; Phillipps MS. 18409; Sotheby's, 17 May 1897, lot 182.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Given by J. Edwin Odgers, 1916.
marbled boards, remains of paper spine, rebacked
- Manuscript copies of two satirical pamphlets, 17th century
- EAD version 2019 by Alice Whichelow
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