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Verses on the coronation of their late majesties King George II and Queen Caroline [ESTC: T53028] [ECCO]

DMI number:
1003
Publication Date:
1761
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
T53028
EEBO/ECCO link:
CW100468876
Shelfmark:
ECCO. British Library.
Full Title:
VERSES | ON THE | CORONATION | Of their late MAJESTIES | KING GEORGE II. | AND | QUEEN CAROLINE, | [i] October [/i] 11, MDCCXXVII. | Spoken by the SCHOLARS of [i] Westminster [/i] School, | (some of them Now the Ornaments of the Nation) on | [i] January [/i] 15, following, being the Day of the INAUGURA- | TION of Queen ELIZABETH, their Foundress. | With a TRANSLATION of all the [i] Latin [/i] Copies. | The Whole placed in the Order of the Transactions of that | important Day. | Adorned with the CORONATION MEDALS of the Royal Pair, | and a BUST of our Present King. | To which is subjoined | The CEREMONIAL of the August Procession, | very proper to be compared with the approaching one; | and a CATALOGUE of the CORONATION MEDALS of the | Kings and Queens of [i] England. [/i] | [double rule] | LONDON: Printed for [i] W. Bowyer. [/i] | Sold by R. and J. Dodsley, in [i] Pall-mall [/i] ; S. Barker, in [i] College | Street, Westminster [/i] ; and G. WOODFALL, at [i] Charing-Cross. [/i] | [rule]| MDCCLXI | [Price Two Shillings.]
Place of Publication:
London
Format:
Octavo
Price:
2 shillings
Comments:
Latin poems omitted 'A Speech in the College Hall' (pp. 41-48)
Other matter:
Prefatory: Advertisement Of the Printer (pp. iii-v) Erratum (p. v) The Names of the Scholars Who spoke the following Epigrams. (pp. vii-x) Ad Regem (pp. xi-xii) To the King. Translation of the foregoing. (pp. xiii-xiv) To the Queen (pp. xv-xvi) Oratio [...] (pp. xvii-xxi) A Translation of the Oration (pp. xxii-xxvi) End matter: The Ceremonial of the Coronation of their late Majesties King George II. and Queen Caroline. (pp. 53-68) A Catalogue of the Coronation Medals (pp. 68-70)
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Publisher:
William Bowyer
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George Woodfall
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James Dodsley
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Sold by:
Robert Dodsley
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Content/Publication
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Whatever engages your capacious mind
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pp.xiii-xv
Poem Title:
To the King. Translation of the foregoing.
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Whilst crowding nations willing homage pay
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pp.xv-xvi
Poem Title:
To The Queen
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Middlesex.
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Lionel Cranfield Sackville
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Along the sacred way which wide expands
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pp.1-2
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To place the crown on famed Eliza's head
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pp.2-3
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Aptly our monarch's crowning to display
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p.3
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[no title]
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Octavian Reynolds, King's Scholar.
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Octavian Reynolds
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Without the pomp from ages handed down
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p.3
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Behold this awful dome of science full
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p.4
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From guarded walls her ensigns which contain
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p.4
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Bath's honourable knights our church installs
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p.5
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[no title]
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Sir Edward Newdigate, Bart. of the third Form.
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Edward Newdigate
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You have seen how Bolen's decorated scene
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p.5
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And dares the Spaniard now again provoke
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p.6
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Omens return of that auspicious reign
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p.6
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Right Honourable Charles Sackville Lord Middlesex, Son to his Grace the Duke of Dorset, of the sixth Form.
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Charles Sackville
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Head of the church the papists say
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pp.7-8
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Francis Bernard, K.S.
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Sir Francis Bernard
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Though oft has Carolina's praise
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p.7
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[no title]
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The honourable William Boscawen, fifth Son to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Falmouth, of the second Form.
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William Boscawen
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When you Eliza to the crown succeed
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p.7
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Elisa's rightful title to debar
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p.8
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In mighty haste to print his almanacks
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pp.8-9
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Honourable William Fitzwilliams, second Son to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Fitzwilliams.
Attributed To:
William Fitzwilliams
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That sacred roof which rose of old so high
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p.8
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Daniel Mostyn, K.S.
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Daniel Mostyn
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Fourth of October first was made the choice
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p.9
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Chloe impatient for the approaching sight
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p.10
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Her hoop aside each lady lays
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p.10
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[no title]
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Sir Herbert Palmer, Bart. of the third Form.
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Sir Herbert Palmer
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Thy name great prince inscribed in silk behold
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p.10
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Hon. Thomas Osborn Lord Dandy, Son of the Right Honourable the Marquis of Carmarthen, of the 4th Form.
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Thomas Osborne
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First in procession of the pompous day
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p.11
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While expectation fills the panting breast
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p.11
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First of the foremost see a face
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p.12
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[no title]
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James Gilpin, K.S.
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James Gilpin
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See brandished up and down the busy hand
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p.12
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[no title]
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Behold the man in solemn state
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p.13
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[no title]
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Thomas Kingsman, K.S.
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Thomas Kingsman
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A trusty troop attends our sovereign Lord
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p.14
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Behold in pomp the lovely peeress shine
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p.14
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Edmond Williamson, K.S.
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Edmond Williamson
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With their good leave my muse would take upon her
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p.14
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Right Honourable Edward Bligh, Baron Clifton, of the fourth Form.
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Edward Bligh
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Two peers majestic swell the pompous train
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pp.15-16
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When Kings alone their regal pomp display
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p.15
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Sir Hugh Wrottesly, Bart. of the third Form.
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Sir Hugh Wrottesly
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In mimic scenes where counterfeits will pass
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p.16
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[no title]
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Poets no more your idle fictions cease
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p.16
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[no title]
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John Freind, K.S.
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John Freind
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Lo Caroline what crowds on crowds arise
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p.17
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Honourable Randyll Vane, fifth Son to the Right Honourable the Lord Barnard, of the second Form.
Attributed To:
Randyll Vane
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While you great George St Peter's dome ascend
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p.17
Poem Title:
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Arrived from various climes spectators gaze
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p.18
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With Edward's ensigns while great George is decked
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pp.18-19
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Chief of the pomp great Dorset we behold
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p.19
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[no title]
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Henry Cleland, K.S.
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Henry Cleland
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See borne erect the pointless edgeless sword
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p.19
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[no title]
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Before the altar George his sceptre takes
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pp.20-21
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See mitred Coventry bring up the rear
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p.20
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[no title]
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See Caroline sustain the ivory dove
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p.21
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Honourable Spencer Cowper, Brother to the Right Honourable Earl Cowper, of the 4th Form.
Attributed To:
Spencer Cowper
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See on the sceptre borne by Caroline
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p.21
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The golden circle with which George is crowned
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p.22
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When George the ensigns takes of regal sway
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p.22
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Hail venerable chair no more complain
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p.23
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Two golden spurs the splendid pomp adorn
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p.23
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Though Frederic distant from the British coast
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p.24
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While crowds intent on George and Caroline
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p.24
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And thou great William who of late was seen
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p.25
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Soon as the royal brow receives the crown
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pp.26-27
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Right Honourable the Lord Vere Bertie, Brother to his Grace the Duke of Ancaster, of the fourth Form.
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Lord Vere Bertie
First Line:
The king is crowned cannons the news proclaim
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p.26
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William of English youth the joy and praise
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p.26
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See the spectator's vigils overpaid
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pp.27-28
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[no title]
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When high enthroned on his imperial seat
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p.27
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Thomas Kingsman, K. S.
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Thomas Kingsman
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Hail happy queen with duty we approve
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pp.28-29
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
William Freind, K.S.
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William Freind
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While the bright coins in silver showers descend
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p.28
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[no title]
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From hall to abbey thence to the hall again
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p.29
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[no title]
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While to St Peter's Dome the lords repair
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p.29
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
John Mostyn, K.S.
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John Mostyn
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To admit the guests the hall expands its floor
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pp.30-31
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[no title]
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When Rufus finished saw his hall he said
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p.30
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Between two courts is placed the royal guest
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p.31
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[no title]
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Curio to see the godlike heroes eat
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p.32
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Three maple cups a tenant of the Kings
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p.33
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
The Honourable Charles Vane, sixth Son to the Right Honourable the Lord Barnard, of the first Form.
Attributed To:
Charles Vane
First Line:
While the famed times of chivalry remained
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p.33
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
The Right Honourable Lord George Sackville, third Son to his Grace the Duke of Dorset, of the fourth Form.
Attributed To:
Charles Sackville
First Line:
A small beer butler and a knight
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p.33
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
George Lewis, K.S.
Attributed To:
George Lewis
First Line:
See the desert appears with various dyes
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p.34
Poem Title:
[no title]
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The Ho nourable John Haye, third Son to the Right Honourable the Earl of Kinnoul, of the second Form.
Attributed To:
John Haye
First Line:
The heroic champion of great Dymoch's race
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p.34
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[no title]
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When all the fury of keen hunger is laid
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p.35
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[no title]
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When first the new crowned king in splendor reigns
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p.35
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Philip Young, K.S.
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Philip Young
First Line:
O Heidegger thou genius bright
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pp.36-37
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Thomas Salter, K.S.
Attributed To:
Thomas Salter
First Line:
What needs a champion to assert your throne
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p.36
Poem Title:
[no title]
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With the long vigil of the night oppressed
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p.36
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Henry Pollexfen, K.S.
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Henry Pollexfen
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Scarce have the guests the royal table left
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p.37
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[no title]
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By Caesar's caution all partake the shew
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p.38
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
When late great George in regal pomp was seen
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pp.38-39
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
The Rt. Hon. Lord John Sackville, second Son to his Grace the Duke of Dorset, of the 5th Form.
Attributed To:
Lord John Philip Sackville
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While the true Caesar is crowned no glimpse of woe
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p.38
Poem Title:
[no title]
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At the famed coronation a few months ago
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p.39
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Christopher Rhodes, K.S.
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Christopher Rhodes
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London's great mayor who swelled your royal state
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p.40
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Most noble stewards of this court to you
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p.40
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
George Lewis, K.S.
Attributed To:
George Lewis
First Line:
Some say whatever we repeat
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p.40
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
The Right Honourable the Earl of Holderness, of the third Form.
Attributed To:
Robert D'Arcy
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You have seen with honest zeal our youthful lay
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p.50
Poem Title:
Translation of the foregoing
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Twas late the mode if fame reported right
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p.51
Poem Title:
The Epilogue.
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To mount their throne here monarchs bend their way
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pp.67-68
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Mr. Dart, in his beautiful Poem on Westminster Abbey
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John Dart