|Archive||Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library|
|Call Number||Beinecke Osborn d233|
E.H., early nineteenth century.
Primarily sentimental subjects such as death, religion, and family, with a few more satirical entries.
|Book Size||22cm x 15cm|
|Filled Page Count||52 pages|
|First Line Index||No|
|Additional Genres||Prose - anecdote|
Major themes prominent among the manuscript contents in alphabetical order.
Other themes of interest among the manuscript contents in alphabetical order.
Beinecke Osborn d233. Manuscript Verse Miscellanies, 1700-1820, 2021, ed. Betty A. Schellenberg, Simon Fraser University, https://dhil.lib.sfu.ca/mvm/manuscript/105.
Accessed 7 Dec. 2023.
|Created||2019-09-04 1:13:44 PM|
|Updated||2023-07-20 1:38:00 PM|
Half parchment over blue-paper-covered boards.
Single, excluding the final poem.
Few lines between items.
Plain presentation of titles.
"Palestine" (the longest poem in the manuscript) is copied horizontally while all other items are copied on the vertical page.
Maybe the two items signed E.H., which are a translation of Rousseau and a play on Chapter 3 of Habakkuk.
Very plain. No header or footer rules; pages are filled but not crowded.