Published 1678 by printed by T.D. for Henry Brome, at the Gun at the West-end of St. Pauls in London .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Genre||Poetry, Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2124.3:115|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Download A congratulatory poem on occasion of His Highness the Prince of Orange his marriage
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To STEPHEN DUCK: Occasion'd by his Poem on FRIENDSHIP. THE CONTENTS. On a Screen, work'd in Flowers by Her Royal Highness ANNE, Princess of ORANGE. On the Marriage of his Serene Highness the Prince of Orange.
VERSES to the Author, In. A poem on the marriage of His serene Highness the Prince of Orange by Stephen Duck (Book) Convoi-funebre de Son Altesse Royale Anne, princesse royale de la Grande Bretagne, princesse douairiere d'Orange et de Nassau, gouvernante des Provinces-Unies, &c.
&c.: exécuté le fevrier by Simon Fokke (Book). The Address of John Dryden, Laureat to His Highness the Prince of Orange. [This has occasionally been catalogued as if it were written by the poet. It is, of course, an attack upon him.] The Late Converts Exposed; or the Reasons of Mr.
Bays’s changing his Religion considered in a Dialogue. Part the Second. The monument: a poem sacred to the immortal memory of the best and greatest of kings, William the Third. King of Great Britain, &c: The nuptials of Britain's genius and fame a pindaric poem on the peace: An ode upon the glorious and successful expedition of His Highness the Prince of Orange, now King of England, who landed Novemb.
5, Aphra Behn, A Congratulatory Poem to Her Sacred Majesty, Queen Mary, on Her Arrival in England () Elkanah Settle, ‘Britain’s Address to the Prince of Orange’ () On the Occasion of the Descent of the Prince of Orange into England: A Pindarique Ode (). VI.6 On the Occasion of the Descent of his Highness the Prince of Orange into England, and their Highnesses Accession to the Crown.
A Pindaric Ode () VI.7 The Protestant's Ave Mary, on the Arrival of her Most Gracious Majesty, Mary, Queen of England () VI.8 A Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his Correspondent in the City.
‘I like the Prince of Orange,' declared Hay. ‘He's a rattling good fellow.' ‘Oh, as to that-!' Lady Worth, aware that Mr Creevey's opinion of the Prince would hardly please Lord Hay, intervened with the observation that his brother, Prince Frederick, seemed to be a fine young man.
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"Mr. Flood's Party" by. Britannia and Batavia: a Masque. Written on the Marriage of the Princess Royal with his Highness the Prince of Orange. By the late Mr. Lillo. Arden of Feversham. An Historical Tragedy: taken from Holingshead’s Chronicle, in the Reign of King Edward VI.
(Drury lane.) By the late Mr. Lillo. The Works of the late Mr. George Lillo. A Pindaric Poem on the Happy Coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty James II and His Illustrious Consort Queen Mary (London: Printed by J. Playford for Henry Playford, ). La Montre; or, The Lover's Watch, Behn's translation of a work by Balthazar.
VERSES to the Author, In IMITATION of HORACE's ODE on PINDAR. Apply'd to the Marriage of his Highness the Prince of Orange with ANNE, Princess Royal of Great Britain.
The same Evening [yesterday] their Majesties, his. Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, with. the rest of the Royal Family, and his Serene. Highness the Prince of Orange, went to. the Theatre in the Hay-Market, and saw a.
Serenata called Parnasso in Festa, or Apollo. and the Muses celebrating the Nuptials of. Thetis and Peleus. . To his Royal Highness the Prince of Orange,’4to, is a medley in the manner of Wither, but is probably not by Wither himself. Of other works doubtfully assigned the most interesting is ‘The Great Assizes holden in Parnassus by Apollo’ (), where Wither is introduced in the jury.
The Eighth Prince ("His Highness") moves to Uji with his daughters after his residence burns down (TYLER, PAGE ). Uji is a real place but in addition, the sound "uji" has a negative resonance with "ushi" (in classical orthography the two would be written exactly the same in hiragana), which means "sad, depressed." It was often used in poetry.
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–, Stephen Duck, A Poem on the Marriage of His Serene Highness the Prince of Orange with Ann Princess-royal of Great Britain. [ ], London: Printed for Weaver Bickerton [ ], OCLCpage 7. ’Tis considently [sic] reported, that a Marriage is actually treating between his most serene Highness the Prince of Nassau-Orange, and her Royal Highness the Princess Royal; on which Occasion the Prince is shortly expected at this Court.
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Prince Philip, who was born on 10 Junecelebrates his 98th birthday today Duke of Edinburgh was congratulated by various royal social media accounts Clarence House posted a picture of.
The wedding of Princess Elizabeth, elder daughter of King George VI and heir presumptive to the British throne, and Philip Mountbatten, a former Greek and Danish prince, took place on 20 November at Westminster Abbey in London.
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The sword of His Highness the young Prince has been brought from the Imperial Court. [Page 82] The Lieutenant-General, and First Secretary Yorisada, on his way home from the shrine at Isé 1 where he had gone as Imperial Messenger to offer nusa, 2 stopped at the gate [as he could not enter the house 3 ] to inquire for Her Majesty.
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He is the handsome and charismatic prince born to a minor consort of the emperor in an era set in the vague historical past from the point of view of the turn of the eleventh century when Murasaki Shikibu lived and wrote.