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Of that famed British structure fain I'd write

DMI number:
18301
First Line:
Of that famed British structure fain I'd write
Last Line:
That gave even death an immortality
Poem Genre / Form:
Country house poem and Couplet
Themes:
Architecture / buildings, Art / painting, Domestic life, High society / the court, History, Landscapes, and Places
Content/Publication
Title:
Clio and Strephon: being, the second and last part of The platonic lovers. [ESTC N27214] ECCO
Page No(s):
p.17-27
Poem Title:
Buckingham-House.
Attribution:
By Strephon. i.e. William Bond, Esq; of Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk (footnote)
Attributed To:
William Bond
Title:
The altar of love. Consisting of poems and other miscellanies [ESTC N16485]
Page No(s):
pp.1-24
Poem Title:
Buckingham-House: A Poem.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
Title:
The epistles and poems by Clio and Strephon. With the parson’s daughter, a tale. [ESTC N66433] ECCO
Page No(s):
p.17-27
Poem Title:
Buckingham-House.
Attribution:
By Strephon. i.e. William Bond, Esq; of Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk (footnote)
Attributed To:
William Bond