Found in 181 Collections and/or Records:
A translation into Castilian verse by Francisco Xavier Alegre of Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux, 'L'Art Poétique', with a dedicatory epistle to a disciple of the translator.
A photocopy of typescript poems, some of which are dated, 88 pages. There is a explanatory note at the beginning by Muhammad Asfour, Cambridge, 29 August 1982: 'The following poems are the major part of those written by Jabra in English. The text was prepared from the author's typescript, and incorporates all his alterations.'
Comprises various pieces of verse by Stanhope and contemporary writers and brief prose accounts of the lives of certain of the apostles and evangelists. Written during his residence at King's College.
Recipients are: Cancellieri (5), Capurro, Monsignor Zacchia, G. Melchiorri (8), A.F. Stella (5), Monaldo Leopardi (4), Paolina, Count Muzzarelli (2), Professor Giovanni Rosini (6), Count Valdrighi and Feliciano Niccolini. On fo. 36 is a sheet of notes in Leopardi's hand, headed Crestomatia I. On fos 51-52 are two autograph letters of Paolina Leopardi.
Written in the hand of P. C. Montchaussé, 212 folios.
'Varin Statu d'Amuri', a manuscript verse commonplace book, possibly 17th century.
(1) ‘A relation of divers occurrenses as they happened about the beginninge of kinge James his reign, composed by an unknown author’ (see MS Dd.03.86, no. 4); (2) miscellaneous English poetry, comprising sonnets, elegies, satires, etc; the only mark of authorship is at the foot of an elegy (f. 65): ‘Sir Edwarde Harbort on the prince’, alluding perhaps to Prince Henry, who died 6 November 1612.
Compiled by Patrick Lamb, with additions by Eugene Duffy and James O'Donovan.
The collection principally consists of Prynne's literary papers and correspondence, together with documents relating to his career as an academic.
Literary papers and correspondence of Withers, including poems; an autobiographical memoir; correspondence; miscellaneous manuscript and printed items; papers of his friend and posthumous editor Janet E. Aspland photographic prints; and paintings.
Includes three poems. Early nineteenth-century hand (paper watermarked 1813), apparently not autograph. The poems are 'To Glen Luce', 'To Mrs Isted on her return from Ireland in 1807', and 'A Farewell to Leamington, 1833'. Bookplate of Samuel Sandars inside front cover.
Poems transcribed in two 18th century hands, 16 folios. The works are 'Poverty', 'A pastoral essay', 'Locus apud inferos Virginibus vetulis secretos', 'Templum Hymenaei' and 'Fancy bright and winged Maid'. Outside the front cover: 'Dr Grainger', in an 18th century hand, possibly referring to James Grainger.