Now to be silent or to write in prose
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- First Line:
- Now to be silent or to write in prose
- Last Line:
- My verses may have end but not our joy
- Poem Genre / Form:
- Occasional poem, Panegyric, and Couplet
- Poetry / literature / writing, Politics, Religion, and The monarchy (heads of state)[Charles II; James Duke of York (later James II).]
- Robert Gomersall
- Speculation (10%)
- Opening section adapted from Gomersall's poem 'To the Deane, from Flower in Northampton shire 1625. now the worthy Bishop of Norwich'. Gomersall, Poems (1633): 4-5.
- A collection of 86 loyal poems, all of them written upon the two late plots [ESTC R19822]
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- Poem Title:
- A Congratulatory Poem upon the happy Arival [sic] of his Royal Highness James Duke of York, at London, April 8. 1682.
- Written by a Person of Quality.
- Attributed To:
- Not attributed