MacLean, Gerald, editor. The Return of the King : An Anthology of English Poems Commemorating the Restoration
of Charles II / edited by Gerald MacLean
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Appendix II: Manuscript poems relating to the Restoration in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, based on Crum's Index.
A 1888. "Attend & list awhile / Brethren Hypocriticall.
Copies: Firth b.20(141).
A 1309. [Ashmole, Elias], Sol in Ascendente.
Copies: Ashmole 36,37 f.17; Ashmole 38, f.230. Corrected autograph copy of printed version; see Ashmole above.
A 1938. Ford, Thomas, "On the King's Return, May 29 166."
Copies: ms Eng. poet. e.4, 167.
A 1937. [Philips, Katherine?], "Upon his Majesties most happy restauration."
Copies: Firth b.20, f.140.
B 600. "Copy of verses . . . in Charles the 2nd time."
Copies: ms Top. oxon. b.116, f.111.
C 482. W., I., England's Honour and London's Glory.
Copies: Firth c.20 f.102. A transcription of W41A above.
D 4656. "Dread Sir, the prince of Light / Our Monarch . . ."
Copies: ms mus.c.26, f.115. Set to music by Dr. John Blow; see Music and Letters, 46 (1965): 0000.
G 551. Wase, Christopher, "To the King's Majesty."
Copies: ms Eng. poet. e.4, 46.
H 38. [Philips, Katherine?], "Upon the Hollow Tree."
Copies: Firth b.20, f.140.
H 99. [Chatwin, John], "On the Royall Oke."
Copies: ms *Rawl. poet. 94, 173.
H 298. P[hilips], K[atherine], "Upon the Numerous accesse /of the English Gentry to his Matie., in Flanders."
Copies: ms Tanner 306, f.367; printed in Poems (1664) p. 3.
H 350. Philips, Katherine, "On the Coronation."
Copies: Locke e.17, 94; printed in Poems (1664), but not Poems (1667).
I 868. P., E., "Charles the 2nd. after he was crowned King of Scotland, was proclaimed Traytor . . . by the Rump."
Copies: ms Rawl. poet. 26, f.163.
I 1059. "On the returne of King Charles 2nd."
Copies: ms Rawl. poet. 84, f.10.
L 57. "The Starry Vision."
Copies: ms Ashmole 47, 164.
H 607. Fairfax, Thomas Lord, "Upon the Horse which hisMajestie Rode upon att his Coronation 1660."
Copies: ms *Fairfax 40, 612 [autograph]; ms *Fairfax 38, 274.
M 511. K., P., "Carolisimus. Or the Royal Patent On The Soveraigne Touch."
Copies: ms Tanner 306, f.387.
N 203. "On Charles II, 1660."
Copies: ms Add.B.8, f.70v.
R 239. M. P. Q. A., "Rise up brave worthy for thou art divine."
Copies: ms Ashmole 36,37 f.165.
T 840. "Verses presented to Charles 2d at a New Year."
Copies: ms Eng. poet. d.152, 16v.
T 1250. Waller, Edmund, "To his Majty K. Charles 2. on his happyReturn."
Copies: ms Rawl. poet. 173, f.108v. A late ms copy made by John Dunton.
T 1291a. C., J., "Verses on a cut by William Faithorne, of Charles II, owned by Thomas Rawlinson."
Copies: ms Hearne's Diaries 57, 80. Printed version in Lord, POAS, 1: frontispiece.
T2848. "A new ballad on the 29th of May To the Tune of "over the Hills and far away."
Copies: ms Rawl. poet. 155, 115.
W 221. "To the King."
Copies: ms *Don.f.5, f.35.
W 1532. Polwhele, John, "March 1659  Upon the Reporte of King Charles the 2d being att Calice . . ."
Copies: ms *Eng. poet. f.16, f.64v.
W 2111. "Mr. [John] Ayton's New Yeares guift to the King, with severall Peices of Coyne, 1661."
Copies: mss Ashmole 36,37, f.120; adapted from Sir Robert Ayton's poem to Queen Anne, 1604.
Y 308. "Win at first and lose at last."
Copies: ms Top. oxon.c.108, 83. A version of Laurence Price's ballad, see P3389A-3390A above.