LevelItem
Finding NoDDGR/38/31
Extent1 Item
TitlePoems, etc
Date18th-20th century
DescriptionIncludes: dialogue between the Pope and Mother Church, relating to the persecution of protestants in France (early 18th century). Ballad of the Pretender and the Miller of Warwick Mill. 'An attempt to make our men stand-intended to he spoken by Mrs Woffington dressed as a volunteer upon reading an account of the late action at Falkirk'. Song and music-'The Constant Lover', by Mr Boyce. 'The Dukes taking leave of the King upon his going to Scotland'. 'The Funeral of Faction'-political verse and cartoon (1741). 'Articles enquired of at the visitation, held in and for P-K-G-T-N[?] (Pocklington), 1767'. 'The Driffield Hunt' (1771). See also DDBM/33/35. 'Inscription in the cell in Sir Charles Hotham's labarynth'. 'Rebellion or Culloden'. 'Death of Nelson' (1805). 'Jemmy Singleton to his friend Tom Pullen about the Election Races', by Mr Plaxton. 'Islington Spaw-or New Tunbridge Wells'. Valentine card with manuscript verse (mid 19th century). Verse and illustration from 'Punch' dedicated to 'the gallant defender of Port Arthur' (Nov 1904). (50 pieces)
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