3 edition of A poem to His Most Sacred Majesty King William upon his return from Flanders found in the catalog.
A poem to His Most Sacred Majesty King William upon his return from Flanders
|Statement||by E. W. ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 480:1|
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Full text of "An accurate description of the United Netherlands, and of the most considerable parts of Germany, Sweden, & Denmark: containing a succinct account of what is most remarkable in these countries, and necessary instructions for travellers: together with An exact relation of the entertainment of His Most Sacred Majesty King William at The Hague". That sails upon the se." The king has written a braid letter, And signd it wi his hand, And sent it to Sir Patrick Spence, Was walking on the sand. The first line that Sir Patrick red, A loud lauch lauched he; The next line that Sir Patrick red, The teir blinded his ee. "O wha is .
To writ of Christ, and of his sacred merits, Desiring that this Booke Her hands may kisse: And though I be unworthy of that grace, Yet let her blessed thoghts this book imbrace. And pardon me (faire Queene) though I presume, To doe that which so many better can; Not that I Learning to my selfe assume, Or that I would compare with any man. His poetry, which to him was a private and informal matter, shows his passion for his Protestant beliefs. He wrote Arcadia (a long book of prose and interspersed poetry), The Defense of Poesy (the finest piece of Elizabethan literary criticism, criticizing the Puritans), and a love poem for Penelope Devereux, Astrophel and Stella.
The poem shows the admiration and respect towards the King. For the word crown'd, it is the same theme that is discussed throughout the poem. The word exhibits the greatness of the King by showing that he deserves respect for his deeds. long, long ago when Our Majesty's Corona came down in glory and power, a sacred seal eternal, I do solemnly pray that, after six decades of works well done, duties discharged, accounted all inventories, for one square moment, our Regent may, from that sceptered isle, that England, # stop and savour the fruits of her labours-and smile!
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Get this from a library. A poem to His Most Sacred Majesty King William upon his return from Flanders. [E W, Gent.].
Get this from a library. A poem to His Most Sacred Majesty King William upon his return from Flanders by E. [Gent E W] -- Caption title. Reproduction of original in British Library. (marc) (stc) Wing W (vid) (DLPS). To His Sacred Majesty.
A Panegyric On His Coronation poem by John Dryden. In that wild deluge where the world was drownd When life and sin one common tomb had found The first small prospect of a 5/5. Extended title: A poem upon the coronation of His most sacred Majesty King James II.: With an additional poem upon the death of our late sovereign lord.
Get this from a library. The triumphant reception of His Most Sacred Majesty, King William III.: in his passage through the city of London, to his royal palace, on his return from Flanders, after a firm conclusion of peace, November the 16th.
A heroick poem. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
His Majesty the King, along with Her Majesty the Queen and His Highness the Prince are part of a series of sculptures—as was often the case with Miró, composed from found objects. The everyday origins of the items comprising the sculptures implicitly contradict the majesty of the works' titles.
To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty Upon His Most Desired Return (); Ephelia, 'A Poem Presented to His Sacred Majesty on the Discovery of the Plot', Female Poems on Several Occasions, Written by Ephelia (); Ephelia, 'Advice to His Grace' ; Elizabeth Singer Rowe, 'Preface', 'A Poetical Question Concerning the Jacobites, Sent to the.
Alicia D'Anvers, Poem upon His Sacred Majesty, His Voyage for Holland () Joan Whitrowe, The Humble Address of the Widow Whitrowe to King William () Joan Whitrowe, To Queen Mary: The Humble Salutation and Faithful Greeting () Joan Whitrowe, The Widow Whiterows Humble Thanksgiving for the King's Safe Return () (excerpts).
Albion's Blessing: A Poem Panegyrical On His Sacred Majesty King William the III. And on His Happy Return, and the Publishing the Late Glorious Peace (poetry) (The entire section is words.). A poem humbly presented to His Most Excellent Majesty King William the Third upon his most miraculuous and happy preservation from that barbarous Jacobitish conspiracy to assassinate His Royal Person, February anno / by R.B.(London: Printed by J.
Dover for Richard Baldwin, ), by Richard Bovet (HTML at EEBO TCP). The meanest peasants most admire the last* May George, beloved by all the nations round, Live with heav'ns choicest constant blessings crown'd. Great God, direct, and guard him from on high, And from his head let ev'ry evil fly.
And may each clime with equal gladness see A monarch's smile can set his subjects free. * The Repeal of the Stamp Act. Bibliography. The list below gives details of the works added to The English Poetry Full Text Database for release one of the second edition.
For a complete list of all the works included in release one of English Poetry, Second Edition you should use this supplement in conjunction with the printed bibliography for The English Poetry Full-Text Database.
A panegyrick on His most excellent Majesty King William the IIId. Occasioned by the happy Blickling Hall, Norfolk (Accredited Museum). on his return from Scotland. With some Mat Taubman. Blickling Hall, Norfolk (Accredited Museum) A pindarick poem on the happy coronation of His most Sacred Majesty James II.
and His. Back, at the Black Boy, [ ] draw-bridge on London-Bridge., [between ])(HTML at EEBO TCP) D'Urfey, Thomas, Albion's blessing a poem panegyrical on His Sacred Majesty, King William the III, and on his happy return, and the publishing the late glorious peace /. To a Gentleman on his Voyage to Great-Britain for the Recovery of his Health To the Rev.
Thomas Amory, on reading his Sermons on Daily Devotion, in which that Duty is. On the Death of his most sacred Majesty King Charles II Ode on the Marriage of the Princess Anne and Prince George of Denmark Latin Ode on the same Occasion The Mao of Honour.
Occasioned by a Post-script of Penn's Letter An Epistle to Charles Earl of Dorset, occa-sioned by his Majesty's Victory in Ireland, 1S90 Behold his majesty. This is no timid, gentle beast, No coward soul has he. His golden mane adorns his form As he surveys his land And it does more than keep him warm, It helps us understand This alpha male, this awesome king, This sovereign meant to rule.
This titan feared by everything That's wise and not a fool This monument to grand. Other articles where A Poem to his Majesty is discussed: Joseph Addison: Early life: In A Poem to his Majesty (William III), with a dedication to Lord Keeper Somers, the influential Whig statesman, brought favourable notice not only from Somers but also Charles Montague (later earl of Halifax), who saw in Addison a writer whose services were of potential use.
A New-years gift being a poem dedicated to the lasting memory of that worthy and learned Dr. Titus Oats, the first discoverer of the Popish Plott to destroy the sacred person of His Majesty, and to extirpate the Protestant religion. ([London: s.n.], )(HTML at EEBO TCP).
Excellent Majesty" Click here to listen to the poem. Who is the topic of the poem? O Queen Elizabeth King George III George Washington DONE 1 See answer Answer Expert Verified /5 EvoHax +19 mitgliedd1 and 19 others learned from this answer Answer: King George III.
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Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.The arraignments, tryals and condemnations of Charles Cranburne and Robert Lowick for the horrid and execrable conspiracy to assassinate His Sacred Majesty King William in order to a French invasion of this kingdom who upon full evidence were found guilty of high-treason before His Majesty's justices of Oyer and Terminer at Westminster, and.