Crewe MS/36/pp. 202–6
‘A Familiar Epistle To Julian Secretary to the Muses.’ By the Duke of Buckingham? 1677.
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First line: ‘Thou Common Shore of this Poetic Town,’ Subscribed: ‘John Dryden 1677’.
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Printed separately in 1679 under the heading ‘An Exclamation Against Julian, Secretary to the Muses; With the Character of a Libeller. By a Person of Quality.’ (Wing E3844), and in Poems on Affairs of State (1704), iii. 156–9. See ECS, pp. 390–1; POAS, i. 387–91; and Plays, etc., associated with Buckingham, ii. 30–2, 434–7, 529–36.