A collection of over 90 poems in various languages (Latin, Greek, Hebrew, English, French, Anglo-Saxon, etc.) written by Oxford students and graduates in celebration of Oliver Cromwell's Treaty of Westminster, which brought to a conclusion the First Anglo-Dutch War. The most notable contributor is John Locke, and his two poems - one in Latin (eight lines) and one in English (44 lines) - constitute his first publication.
Bookplate of Robert S. Pirie on the front paste-down. (Inventory #: 26966)