A congratulatory poem on His Highness the Prince of Orange his coming into England

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Printed for James Knapton ... , London
William -- III, -- King of England, -- 1650-1702 -- P
Statementwritten by T.S., a true lover of his countrey
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 296:12
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 7 p
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Open LibraryOL16872572M

Get this from a library. A congratulatory poem on His Highness the Prince of Orange his coming into England. [Thomas Shadwell]. A Congratulatory Poem on His Highness the Prince of Orange's Coming into England () A Congratulatory Poem to the most Illustrious Queen Mary, upon her arrival into England () Ode to the King on his Return from Ireland () Ode on the Anniversary of the King's Birth () Votum Perenne: a Poem to the King on New Year's Day ().

A view of the times with Britain's address to the Prince of Orange, a pindarick poem. (London: [s.n.], ), by Elkanah Settle (HTML at EEBO TCP) A congratulatory poem on His Highness the Prince of Orange his coming into England written by T.S., a true lover of his countrey.

A congratulatory poem on His Highness the Prince of Orange his coming into England written by T.S., a true lover of his countrey.

Shadwell, Thomas. / [] Bury-fair a comedy /. Richard Niccols (/84– ) was an undergraduate at Oxford when Queen Elizabeth died. His response was a volume published anonymously, Expicedium: A Funeral Oration, Upon the Death of the Late Deceased Princess of Famous Memory, with the poem below, this volume included a prose ‘oration’ and a description of the ‘true order and formal.

VI.2 Gilbert Burnet, from A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of St James’s, before his Highness the Prince of Orange, the 23d of December, () pp.

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DownloadCited by: 3. Thomas Shadwell, The Address of John Dryden, Laureate to his Highness the Prince of Orange () Elkanah Settle, 'Britain's Address to the Prince of Orange' () On the Occasion of the Descent of his Highness the Prince of Orange into England, and their Highnesses Accession to the Crown.

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His Highness the Prince of Orange having caused advertise such of the Scots Lords and Gentlemen, as were in town, met them in a room at St. James's, upon Monday the seventh of January at three of the clock in the afternoon, and had this speech to them.

([Edinburgh: s.n.], printed in the year ), by King of England William III (HTML at EEBO TCP). Windsor Poetics: Lines Composed On The Occasion Of His Royal Highness The Prince Regent Being Seen Standing Between The Coffins Of Henry Viii And Charles I, In The Royal Vault At Windsor poem by George Gordon Byron.

Famed for contemptuous breach of sacred tiesBy headless Charles see heartless Henry liesBetween them stands another sceptred thing/5. VI.3 Aphra Behn, A Pindaric Poem to the Reverend Doctor Burnet, on the Honour he did me of Enquiring after me and my Muse () VI.4 Thomas Shadwell, The Address of John Dryden, Laureate to his Highness the Prince of Orange () VI.5 Elkanah Settle, 'Britain's Address to the Prince of Orange' ().

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This book was presented to the Prince by a delegation of the Ahmadiyya Muslim. A Congratulatory Poem On The Late Successes Of The British Arms: Particularly The Triumphant Evacuation Of Boston.

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Erskine, Ralph. His Royal Highness Mohammad bin Salman Al Sa`ud. Minister of Defense. Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Your Royal Highness, Human Rights Watch has been conducting research into alleged violations. ‘A Congratulatory Poem on His Highness the Prince of Orange's Coming into England,’ ‘A Congratulatory Poem to the most Illustrious Queen Mary, upon her arrival into England,’ ‘Ode to the King on his Return from Ireland,’ ‘Ode on the Anniversary of the King's Birth,’ Dramatist and poet.

Open controversies with John Dryden. Never missed an opportunity to dedicate “a congratulatory poem” or “ode” to William of Orange and his wife, Mary: on His coming into England, upon Her arrival in England,on the King's birthday, on the King's return from Ireland.

He even published one in. At breakfast one morning a foolish equerry read out a telegram which announced a success of the Austro-Prussian forces, whereupon Her Royal Highness burst into tears, and the Prince, it is said, thoroughly lost his temper for once, and rated his equerry as soundly as his ancestor, King Henry VIII., might have done.

An amusing story went the. Highness is used for royalty, or a member of a type of dynastic ruling family -- kinds and queens, princes, emperors, dukes -- it varies from one country to another. Excellency is used for heads of state, heads of government, foreign ambassadors, some religious leaders (e.g., archbishops and bishops).

The poet only asks to get his head into the heavens. It is the logician who seeks to get the heavens in to his head. And it is his head that splits.” (17) “The madman is not the man who has lost his reason. The madman is the man who has lost everything but his reason.” (19) “Mysticism keeps men sane.

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