Ode by Henry Francis Cary
||Ode by Henry Francis Cary
||6 Apr. 1789 (Circa, 'Monday 6 April')
||Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
|Content and context|
The ode forms part of an invitation from Mr and Mrs Roberts to Dr and Mrs Peckard, addressed simply to 'Revd Dr [Peter] Peckard [Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge]'. It is entitled H F Cary ('not 16'): 'Ode'. It begins: 'Mark, where yon lucid stream / Beneath the moons pale beam ...'; ends: 'The fate of hopeless love / Nor fears like me, to terminate its woes.'
Found in the Library, in an unidentified pamphlet.
Access and Use|
Please cite as Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives, Ode by Henry Francis Cary, MS Add.7194.III
|Cary, Henry Francis (1772-1644) translator|
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