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Great monarch of the world from whose arm springs

DMI number:
43147
First Line:
Great monarch of the world from whose arm springs
Last Line:
Yet though we perish bless this church and state
Poem Genre / Form:
Triplet and Complaint
Themes:
Civil war / interregnum, Grief / sadness / melancholy, Prison / imprisonment, and The monarchy (heads of state)[Charles I.]
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Great monarch of the world from whose power springs
Last Line:
Yet though we perish bless this church and state
Relationship:
Variant Of
Comments:
Content/Publication
Title:
A collection of 86 loyal poems, all of them written upon the two late plots [ESTC R19822]
Page No(s):
pp.218-224[i.e. 221]
Poem Title:
Majesty in Misery: Or an Imploration to the King of Kings; Written by His late Majesty King Charles the First in his durance at Carisbroke Castle, 1648.
Attribution:
Written by His late Majesty King Charles the First
Attributed To:
Charles I