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RESTORATION VERSE MISCELLANY, circa 1670s
Collection Description & Creator Information
- Scope and Contents
Of French origin, this volume contains 17 poems and epigrams, in English, Latin, and French likely kept during the 1670s. Contents include the following: (1) Katherine Philips (1632-1664), "On the numerous access of the English to waite upon his Ma[jes]ti in Flanders' ("Hasten greate Prince unto the Brittish Isles..."); (2) Andrew Marvell (1621-1678), Epigram on Thomas Blood's attempted theft of the Crown Jewels in Latin ("Bloodius, ut fundi damnum repararet aviti...") and English "Whilest valiant Blood, his Rents to have regaine'd..."); (3) "An Epitaph on Moliere," in French (with an English translation ("Here lyes the fam'd Moliere, who was at strife..."); (4) Other poems and epigrams. Paper, 25.3 x 20.4 cm; 34 folios; text is written by at least 3 hands on fols. 3r-8v, and the remaining folios are blank; bound in limp-parchment wrapper.
Written in English, French, and Latin.
Shelved alphabetically by author, or in some cases by title.
No materials were separated during 2003 processing.
- Processing Information
This collection was processed by Sylvia Yu and Teresa Basler in 2002-2003. Finding aid written by Sylvia Yu and Teresa Basler in 2002-2003.
Finding aid updated periodically with new accessions by Kelly Bolding, Faith Charlton, and Chloe Pfendler, 2013-2017.
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- Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
- Conditions Governing Use
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- Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
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- Credit this material:
RESTORATION VERSE MISCELLANY; Robert H. Taylor Collection of English and American Literature, RTC01, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
- Firestone LibraryOne Washington RoadPrinceton, NJ 08544, USA
See the double issue of The Princeton University Library Chronicle devoted in its entirety to a survey of the Taylor Collection: Robert J. Wickenheiser, "The Robert H. Taylor Collection" (Vol. XXXVIII, no. 2 and 3; Winter-Spring, 1976-77), contains 13 articles by such scholars as G. E. Bentley, James Thorpe, Mary Hyde, Charles Ryskamp, E.D.H. Johnson ("Romantic, Victorian, and Edwardian: Part Two-Manuscripts, Letters, and Drawings," pp. 212-224), H. W. Liebert, Richard M. Ludwig, John V. Fleming, Earl Miner, and Thomas P. Roche. Also, the entire Winter, 1986 issue of the Princeton University Library Chronicle focuses on the Robert H. Taylor Collection. See also: Robert H. Taylor, "Contemporary Collectors III: The Robert H. Taylor Library" in the Book Collector Vol. 3, no. 4 (Winter, 1954); "Association Copies from the Collection of Robert H. Taylor" in the Gazette of the Grolier Club [New series], (June, 1969), no. 10; and A.D. Wainwright, "Robert H. Taylor" in the Gazette of the Grolier Club [New series], (1986), no. 38.
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