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Satire upon the duke of Buckingham on his inglorious return from the Isle of Ré, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Satire upon the duke of Buckingham on his inglorious return from the Isle of Ré. Begins, "And art return’d, great Duke, with all thy faults, / Thou brave commander of the all goe naughts.
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 264
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Address of the porter to Q. Elizabeth on her entertainment at lord Burghley’s house at Wimbledon, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 266
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Poem on the death of Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Poem on the death of Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden. Begins, "Th’ Exchange wheare sadd truthes finde lesse faith then lyes / And wheare no freind or alley ever dyes."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 267
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Elegy on the death of Will. Hervey, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Elegy on the death of Will. Hervey, by Abraham Cowley.
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 268
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Elegy on the death of Robert Meddow, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Elegy on the death of Robert Meddow, of Emmanuel college, by N. Church.
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 270
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Elegy on the death of Samuel Richardson, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Elegy on the death of Samuel Richardson, of Emmanuel college, by — Proby.
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 272
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Sir Tho. Clayton, or a fearful anatomy lecture to the tune of the Spanish Pavion, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Sir Tho. Clayton, or a fearful anatomy lecture to the tune of the Spanish Pavion. Begins, "Thee twelfth day of this month there readd / Uppon a man both hang’d and dead."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 273
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Verses on the King, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Verses on the King, prisoner in the Isle of Wight. Begins, "Great Sir, whose sufferings we may deplore / Though not redresse; Heaven lay it on theire score."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 274
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Scurrilous verses on archbp. Laud, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Scurrilous verses on archbp. Laud, after his condemnation. Begins, "My little lord, methinckes it’s strange / That you should suffer such a change."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 277
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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A journey through Scotland, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

A journey through Scotland, by P. J. Begins, "To varie pleasures my lord Willoughbee / Would needes some famous townes of Scotland see."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 279
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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A proper new ballad called The summons to New England , Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

A proper new ballad called The summons to New England, to the tune of The Townsmen’s cap. Begins, "Let all that putrifidean secte / I meane the counterfeite electe."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 286
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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To the House of Commons at their rising from the last session of parliament, 1640

To the House of Commons at their rising from the last session of parliament, in the year 1640. Begins, "Two parliaments dissolv’d! then lett my heart / As they in factions, it in fractions part."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 290
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1640
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Verses against the coming of the Scotch into England, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Verses against the coming of the Scotch into England. Begins, "Let Englishmen sitt and consult at their ease / And put downe their bishops as fast as they please."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 292
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Verses on the public occurrences of the time, [1641]

Verses on the public occurrences of the time; [1641.] Begins, "The state was sicke, very sicke in all hast, / The doctors were sent for her water to cast."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 293
Extents: 1 item
Dates: [1641]
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A ballad intituled The privilege of parliament , [1641]

A ballad intituled The privilege of parliament; [1641.] Begins, "Justice is here made up of might, / With two left hands, but neere a right."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 298
Extents: 1 item
Dates: [1641]
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Upon the sickness of John Bell, the bedel; or a ballad concerning [the Oxford] bedels, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Upon the sickness of John Bell, the bedel; or a ballad concerning [the Oxford] bedels, by J. E. Begins, "Noe sooner old Bell / Was neere his last knell."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 302
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Ballad on the election of a bedel in the room of "old Denys," [i.e. Dennis Edwards], Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Ballad on the election of a bedel in the room of "old Denys," [i. e. Dennis Edwards,] by J. E. Begins, "Noe sooner old Denys left playing at tennis."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 302b
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Political ballad, 1658

Political ballad in the year 1658. Begins, "Old Oliver is gone to the doggs, / O noe wee doe mistake."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 304
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1658
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Correspondence between sir Nich. Bacon and John Hobart, of Norwich, with Mr. Hobart’s animadversions, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Correspondence between sir Nich. Bacon and John Hobart, of Norwich, containing a poetical version of parts of Boethius by the former, with Mr. Hobart’s animadversions.
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 306, seqq.
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing
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Verses upon the picture of Charles I. in the library of St. John’s college, Oxford, Date not recorded at time of cataloguing

Verses upon the picture of Charles I. in the library of St. John’s college, Oxford. Begins, "Wash thy impurer feet, and trembling trace / With wary steps this more then sacred place."
Collection: Tanner Manuscripts
Found in: Poems
Shelfmark: MS. Tanner 306/2, fol. 363
Extents: 1 item
Dates: Date not recorded at time of cataloguing