Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Autograph works of John Taylor the Water-Poet, written in 1643-1645.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 209
Extents: 33 Leaves
Dates: written in 1643-1645 by J. Taylor
Collection of poems, including political satires, topical verse, epigrams and groups of poems
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. poet. c. 50
Extents: 135 Leaves
Dates: c. 17th century
Collection of verse and prose in three hands, early to mid-17th century. Sonnets / Poems by William Alabaster and 2 others
Collection of verse and prose in three hands, early to mid-17th century. Sonnets / Poems by William Alabaster and 2 others.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. poet. e. 57
Extents: 82 Leaves
Dates: 17th century
Contemporary copy of poem by Thomas Campbell, 'The friars of Dijon', with pen-and-ink illustrations.
Shelfmark: MS. Montagu d. 34
Extents: 17 Leaves
Guard-book of verse, 19th-20th centuries.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. poet. d. 187
Extents: 78 Leaves
Dates: 19th-20th centuries
Manuscripts collected by Captain Montagu. The collection includes: copies of works by classical authors English and Italian poetry papers relating to the works of Shakespeare
Extents: 56 shelfmarks
Dates: 15th-19th cent.
Printers' drafts and annotated proofs of J.M. Wilson's edition of T.E. Lawrence's commonplace book Minorities, in which Lawrence transcribed his own anthology of 112 poems. The drafts and proofs include a description of the typescript by J.M. Wilson; a typescript of the preface by C. Day Lewis, with a few authorial corrections; a facsimile reproduced in the trade edition; and a gathering sent to C. Day Lewis.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: [c. 1970]
Two manuscripts by Edgar Wallace comprising: a manuscript notebook containing twenty-two 'Tommy Poems', 1898-9, fourteen of which were published in Writ in Barracks (1900), with related material, 1900-1 an undated manuscript notebook containing chapter one and two of 'How Dyne Came', the first thriller story written by the author,
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 1898-1901, n.d.
Verse by Elizabeth Amherst, later Mrs. John Thomas, copied by E. F. Amherst.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. poet. e. 109
Extents: 176 pages