||Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
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Please cite as Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives, Jacobite verses, MS Add.7194.VI
|Manuscripts/MS Add.7194.VI contains: |
||'Advice to a Painter: Upon the Defeat of the Rebels in the West, and the Execution of the late Duke of Monmouth'. Verses celebrating the suppression of the Monmouth rebellion. Begins: 'Since, by Just Flames, the guilty Piece is lost ...', and ends: 'And makes us, while we pitty him, forget our Loyalty.' In a contemporary hand. Some lines glossed in the margin.
||'Fair Warning'. Poem of eighteen lines denouncing the revolution of 1688-9. Begins: 'Madam look out, your Title is arraign'd ...', and ends: 'Inherent Birth-right is their secret sense / And Restoration is the Consequence.' Perhaps by the author of VI/1.
Paper badly torn.
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