Sheet Notes: Negative photographs of: Pepys Ballads I:197 and I:347. The two parts are transposed.
Title: The defence of Hide parke, from some aspersions cast upon her
First Line: When glistering Phæbus, had hid his head
Themes: Hyde Park (London, England)
43C1144: Blowing the hunting horn
25F24(STAG): Hoofed animals: stag
11H(EUSTACE)34: The conversion of St. Eustace: while hunting (on horseback) he is confronted with a stag bearing a crucifix between its antlers; Eustace is shown kneeling before the stag (that appears on a rock)