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Crewe Manuscripts Marvell, Andrew (1621–1678), poet and politician
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‘On Blood’s stealing The Crown.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1671.]
‘On Blood’s stealing The Crown.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1671.]
‘A Speech of the King’s.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1675.]
‘A Speech of the King’s.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1675.]
‘Instructions to a Painter, On the Burning the Ships at Chattam.’ Author unknown. [1667.]
‘Instructions to a Painter, On the Burning the Ships at Chattam.’ Author unknown. [1667.]
‘Farther Instructions To a Painter. 1670.’ Author unknown.
‘Farther Instructions To a Painter. 1670.’ Author unknown.
‘The Dream of the Cabal.’ By John Ayloffe? 1672.
‘The Dream of the Cabal.’ By John Ayloffe? 1672.
‘Advice to a Painter to draw The D—.’ By John Ayloffe? [1673.]
‘Advice to a Painter to draw The D—.’ By John Ayloffe? [1673.]
‘On the Statue at Charing-Cross.’ By Andrew Marvell. [1675.]
‘On the Statue at Charing-Cross.’ By Andrew Marvell. [1675.]
‘On his Excellent Friend Mr Andrew Marvel, deceas’d 1677.’ Author unknown. [1678.]
‘On his Excellent Friend Mr Andrew Marvel, deceas’d 1677.’ Author unknown. [1678.]
‘Marvel’s Ghost.’ By John Ayloffe. [1678.]
‘Marvel’s Ghost.’ By John Ayloffe. [1678.]
‘A Dialogue Between Britannia and Raleigh’s Ghost.’ By John Ayloffe (and Andrew Marvell?). [1674–5.]
‘A Dialogue Between Britannia and Raleigh’s Ghost.’ By John Ayloffe (and Andrew Marvell?). [1674–5.]
‘On Sir Robert Viner’s Statue of the King on Horse Back.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1675.]
‘On Sir Robert Viner’s Statue of the King on Horse Back.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1675.]
Verses. By John Ayloffe? [1672.]
Verses. By John Ayloffe? [1672.]
‘On The Lord Mayor & Court of Aldermen going to Whitehall, with The King, and Dukes Freedom.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1674.]
‘On The Lord Mayor & Court of Aldermen going to Whitehall, with The King, and Dukes Freedom.’ By Andrew Marvell? [1674.]
‘A Dialogue. Between the Two Horses at Charing Cross, and Wool Church.’ Author unknown. [1675 x 1676.]
‘A Dialogue. Between the Two Horses at Charing Cross, and Wool Church.’ Author unknown. [1675 x 1676.]