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A poem condoling the death of K. Charles II, of blessed memory

A poem condoling the death of K. Charles II, of blessed memory

and also congratulating His present Majesty

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Published by Printed for Randal Taylor in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charles -- II, -- King of England, -- 1630-1685 -- Poetry

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Nash of Grays-Inn
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1210:24
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15017169M

    The form Poetry represents a specific category or genre of resources found in Boston University Libraries. Epitaph on Charles II by John Wilmot - Here lies a great and mighty King, Whose promise none relied on; He never said a foolish thing, Nor ever did a wise o.

    AN ELEGY Upon the most Incomparable K. Charles the First Henry King: Call for amazed thoughts, a wounded sense And bleeding Hearts at our Intelligence. Call for that Trump of Death the Mandrakes Groan Which kills Rate it: ( / 0 votes) ASTRÆA REDUX. A Poem, on the Happy Restoration and Return of His Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second.   And this one, in his darkest hour, was no exception - writing it on the flyleaf (a blank page at the start of a book) of Edmund Spenser's classic poem. When Charles took to the throne in , his.

      'Windsor Castle: a Monument to our late Sovereign K. Charles II of ever Blessed Memory,' a poor panegyric, appeared in quarto in the year of Otway's death. Perhaps Wood made a confused allusion to this work when he wrote: 'In his sickness he was composing a congratulatory poem on the inauguration of King James II.'. Classic book page art print featuring the classic poem Death is Nothing At All by Henry Scott Holland (27 January – 17 March ) Available in six background options. Death .


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A poem condoling the death of K. Charles II, of blessed memory: and also congratulating His present Majesty. A poem condoling the death of K. Charles II, of blessed memory and also congratulating His present Majesty / by John Nash of Grays-Inn.

A poem condoling the death of K. Charles II, of blessed memory and also congratulating His present Majesty / by John Nash of Grays-Inn. By of Grays-Inn. John NashAuthor: of Grays-Inn. John Nash. A Pindarick ode on the death of His Late Sacred Majesty King Charles II.

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Charles II (29 May – 6 February ) was king of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Charles II's father, King Charles I, was executed at Whitehall on 30 Januaryat the climax of the English Civil War. Although the Parliament of Scotland proclaimed Charles II King of Great Britain and Ireland in Edinburgh on 6 Februarythe English Parliament instead passed a statute that.

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Preface to the E-text edition 2. Acknowledgements 3. Introduction: Rationale, Scope, Organization, and Dating 4. Editorial Principles, Sigla, and Textual Abbreviations 5. Epitaph On Charles Ii - Poem by Lord John Wilmot. Autoplay next video. Here lies a great and mighty King, Whose promise none relied on; He never said a foolish thing, Nor ever did a wise one/5.

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