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Anonymous, though several items related to Pettiwards, ca. 1767–1783.
107 items (30 prose).
Pet poems; very miscellaneous prose items including a description of masquerade ball in Lincolnshire attended by Peart-Bate coterie members.
|Title||A Collection of Poems by various Hands, but [...]|
Eleanor Peart, 1768.
Organized chronologically and thematically.
A high proportion of original poetry; strong emphasis on the pastoral including the use of pastoral pseudonyms.
|Title||Poems and Songs upon Several Occasions.|
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Joshua Peart, 1726.
A large eclectic book with a special concentration of pastoral poems and songs, political satire and other poems about politicians, and humorous poems; also contains multiple poems about alcohol and tobacco.
A Stamford, Lincolnshire coterie featuring Sally and Arabella Bate, Joshua Peart, and his youngest sister Eleanor. Eleanor created this compilation of their poetry in 1768. Beinecke Osborn c150 contains a prose description of masquerade costumes including those worn by members of the Peart family.