Paul F. Schaffner wrote:
> (2) a verse dateline:
> <l>Dated on <date><hi>May-day</hi> when so lowd it Thundered,</date></l>
> <l><date>In <hi>Anno</hi> Seventy three and Sixteen hundred.</date></l>
> This won't parse thus tagged, I think; but is there a ready way to tag it
> other than by turning the <l> into <lb/>?
<dateLine> doesn't expect to get things like <l>s so the only thing I
can suggest (and I'm not proud of it) would be <lg type="dateline">
Wouldn't you tag the "Anno" as <foreign> rather than <hi> though?
You could also (arguably) treat the whole couplet as a single <date>
Dated on May-day when so lowd it <rhyme>Thundered</rhyme>,<lb/>
In <foreign>Anno</foreign> Seventy three and Sixteen