2 edition of Poem on the birth-day of His most sacred Majesty King George, being the 28th of May found in the catalog.
Poem on the birth-day of His most sacred Majesty King George, being the 28th of May
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His Majesty's Speeches: The Record of the Silver Jubilee of His Most Gracious Majesty King George V Hardcover – January 1, by H.M. George V, King (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" Author: H.M. George V, King. A conversation between His most sacred Majesty George III. and Samuel Johnson, LL.D. Illustrated with observations, by James Boswell, Esq: Whiston, William, /  The Copernicus explain'd: or a brief account of the nature and use of an universal astronomical instrument, for the calculation and exhibition of new and full moons, and. Though he's unaware, on King George's part, He's the one who sparked my love of the arts. So I've chosen my name to represent he, Oh he that is great George number three, For if it weren't for him, for his history, Music and words would be unfamiliar to me. The first three letters of my identity, Also represent something special to me.
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On His Excellency the Earl of Cadogan's publick entry at the Hague: this present May the 28th, being His most sacred Majesty King George's birth-day. Get this from a library. Poem on the birth-day of His most sacred Majesty King George, being the 28th of May.
Get this from a library. A poem on His most sacred Majesty King George the second: His accession to the throne. Addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Peterborow. By Mr. Beckingham. [Beckingham, Mr.]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
To His Sacred Majesty. A Panegyric On His Coronation poem by John Dryden. In that wild deluge where the world was drownd When life and sin one common tomb had found The first small prospect of a 5/5.
The coronation of His Most Sacred Majesty King George the Fourth solemnized in the collegiate church of Saint Peter, Westminster, upon the nineteenth day of July MDCCCXXI.
Undertaken by His Majesty's especial command, by the late Sir George Nayler, and since his decease completed from the official documents H.G. Bohn London Other articles where To His Sacred Majesty is discussed: John Dryden: Youth and education: coronation inhe wrote To His Sacred Majesty.
These two poems were designed to dignify and strengthen the monarchy and to invest the young monarch with an aura of majesty, permanence, and even divinity. Thereafter, Dryden’s ambitions and fortunes as a writer were shaped by his relationship.
Susanna Centlivre (c. – – 1 December ), born Susanna Freeman and also known professionally as Susanna Carroll, was an English poet, actress, and "the most successful female playwright of the eighteenth century".
Centlivre's "pieces continued to be acted after the theatre managers had forgotten most of her contemporaries." During a long career at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
His most sacred majesty George III, King of Great Britain, etc. / / Frye ad vivium delineavit, William Pether, fecit. [London H. Parker and E. Bakewell in Cornhill, and. Later in the year, William Gilbertson may have pirated Ogilby's verses for an augmented version appearing in a broadside, dated by Thomason "Sept: 6," misleadingly entitled The manner of the Solemnity of the Coronation of His most Sacred Majesty King Charles.
Below the title words "King Charles" is a rather crudely executed portrait of Charles. Resources by Johann Sigismund Kusser (56) Heaven invaded: Or, a contest between Jupiter and the giants; being a musical entertainment, to be represented on the birth-day of His most sacred Majesty George, by the grace of God King of Great-Britain, &c.
at the Castle of Dublin, the 28th of Ma. Whereas his Sacred Majesty, George the Second, by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. has been pleased by a warrant under his Royal sign manual, To authorize and empower me to issue forth and grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal to any of his loving subjects, or others who shall apply.
Poem on the birth-day of His most sacred Majesty King George Poems Poetry Early works to Named Person: George, King of Great Britain; George, King of Great Britain: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Roger Comberbach.
Written in praising King George III for repealing the Stamp Act. Your subjects hope, dread Sire– The crown upon your brows may Poem on the birth-day of His most sacred Majesty King George long, And that your arm may in your God be strong.
O may your sceptre num’rous nations sway, And all with love and readiness obey. But how shall we the British king. Your glory's may without our crimes be shown. (Lines ) Basic set up: This poem was written by John Dryden to celebrate the reinstatement of Charles II to the throne of England.
Yeah, John Dryden (unlike say, the Sex Pistols) said "God Saves The King" and meant it. Considerable evidence attests to the book's being widely and carefully read. a Book Intitl'd the Portrature of his Sacred Majesty in his declare that a king may indeed hurt his own majesty.
A poem. Humbly presented to His most Sacred Majesty George, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland. Upon his accession to the throne. By Susanna Centlivre: Centlivre, Susanna. /  The platonick lady. A comedy. As it is acted at the Queens Theatre in the Hay-Market.
By the author of The gamester, and Love's Contrivance. A Pindarick Poem On The Happy Coronation Of His Most Sacred Majesty James II And His Illustrious Consort Queen Mary By Mrs. Behn.
() PDF Download Poem To The King S Most Sacred Majesty By Sr. William D Avenant. () PDF Download. His Majesty S Birth-Day Another For New-Year S-Day, /8 PDF Download. The meanest peasants most admire the last* May George, beloved by all the nations round, "To the King’s Most Excellent Majesty" Track Info.
A Funeral Poem on the Death of an Infant aged. Read the quotation from "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty." "May George, beloved by all the nations round, Live with heav'ns choicest constant blessings crown'd!" Wheatley uses the word crown'd to express the idea that the king. George Herbert was a Welsh born English poet, orator and Anglican priest.
Being born into an artistic and wealthy family, he received a good education that led to his holding prominent positions at Cambridge University and Parliament. As a student at Trinity College, Cambridge, Herbert excelled in languages and music.
His most excellent majesty George the third, by the grace of god, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, king, defender of the faith &c, &c, &c / engraved by Will'm. Skelton.
[Pimlico London, England: Published Oct. 25th by W. Skelton, 1 Stafford Place, Pimlico, ?, th] Photograph. His most gracious majesty King George the Third / painted by Sr. Beechey R.A. ; engraved by Benjamin Smith. London: Publishedby J.
& J. Boydell at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall & at 90 Cheapside, Decr. UPON HIS ARRIVAL IN ENGLAND, THE — DAY OF SEPTEMBER, T HRICE glorious Sir, our Sovereign Lord and King, Thy presence doth glad news to Britain bring; At which, great monarch of our seas and isles, England triumphs, and Caledonia smiles, Ireland for joy her harp doth string anew, And all rejoice, except a popish crew, Who dare not stir to run their former race, For fear.
1 print: mezzotint ; 50 x (plate), x cm (sheet) | George III, King of Great Britain, bust portrait. Gieves & Hawkes, The story of a tradition: by appointment to their late Majesties King George V, King George VI, and to his late Royal Highness the Prince of Wales ().
Hardback,first edition in as new condition. A New-years gift being a poem dedicated to the lasting memory of that worthy and learned Dr.
Titus Oats, the first discoverer of the Popish Plott to destroy the sacred person of His Majesty, and to extirpate the Protestant religion. ([London: s.n.], ) (HTML at EEBO TCP). His Majesty, witnessed by a few, whom The Lord personally knew, The Majesty of God’s Only Son, appearing on Earth for everyone.
Many know Him as their Savior, Jesus Christ, our God and Creator, Though we’ve yet to see His Majesty, we’ll behold it for all Eternity.
Majesty, that we worship presently, we’ll worship together eternally. : His Majesty King George the Second, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and all the Royal Family.
His Grace the Duke of Dorset, and Fairfax, and devil, Pope, and Pretender. An heroic poem (): Freeholder of Kent: Books. The meanest peasants most admire the last* May George, beloved by all the nations round, Live with heav'ns choicest constant blessings crown'd.
Great God, direct, and guard him from on high, And from his head let ev'ry evil fly. And may each clime with equal gladness see A monarch's smile can set his subjects free. * The Repeal of the Stamp Act.
In this most sorrowful day. God, who wast of a mortal Mother born, Who driest the tears with which Thy children mourn, God, save the King. Look down on him whose crown is wet with tears In which its splendour fades and disappears--His tears, our tears, tears out of all her lands.
The Queen is dead. God. strengthen the King's hands. God, save. Frye, Thomas () His most Sacred Majesty George IIId, King of Britain, &c. High-resolution images are available to schools and libraries via subscription to American History, Check to see if your school or library already has a subscription.
Hymns and Sacred Poems ()1 [Baker list, #13] Editorial Introduction: John Wesley’s first two collections of religious song, CPH () and CPH (), were designed to supplement regular patterns of Anglican worship, including public services.
By George Wither, Esq; Price 1 s. Heaven begun here on Earth: O A Help to young Persons under their first Convictions and Closure with the Lord's Christ. Being a help to Backsliders, under the Hieings of God's Face for Decays in Spirituals: And a help to strong Christians, who can, through Grace, read their Evidences for Heaven.
Let each man give attendance in his place." Thus if the king were coming would we do, And 'twere good reason too; For 'tis a duteous thing To show all honour to an earthly king, And after all our travail and our cost, So he be pleas'd, to think no labour lost.
But at the coming of the King of Heaven All's set at six and seven: We wallow in our sin. Three poems; the first, sacred to the immortal memory of the late King; the second, on the happy succession, and coronation of His present Majesty; By Laurence Eusden, The second edition.
[Eusden, Laurence] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Three poems; the first, sacred to the immortal memory of the late King; the second, on the happy successionAuthor: Laurence Eusden. : A poem; sacred to the memory of George Washington, late president of the United States, and commander in chief of the armies of the United States.
Alsop. [Four lines from Charms of fancy]. (): Alsop, Richard: Books. The meanest peasants most admire the last. 1: May George, belov’d by all the nations round, Live with heav’ns choicest constant blessings crown’d. Great God, direct, and guard him from on high, And from his head let ev’ry evil fly.
And may each clime with equal gladness see: A monarch’s smile can set his subjects free. Produced by Ted Garvin, Lesley Halamek and PG Distributed Proofreaders THE LIFE OF COL.
JAMES GARDINER, WHO WAS SLAIN AT THE BATTLE OF PRESTONPANS, SEPTEM BY P. DODDRIDGE, D.D. 'Justior alter Nec pietate fuit, nec bello major et armis.'--VIRGIL CHAPTER I PARENTAGE AND EARLY DAYS.
II BATTLE OF RAMILLIES. III MILITARY PREFERMENTS. IV. Phillis Wheatley: Poems To the King's Most Excellent Majesty. YOUR subjects hope, dread Sire-- The crown upon your brows may flourish long, And that your arm may in your God be strong. O may your sceptre num'rous nations sway, And all with love and readiness obey.
But how shall we the British king. A proclamation, for an anniversary thanksgiving, in commemoration of his Majesties happy birth-day, being the fourteenth day of October, &c. (Edinburgh: printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, Printer to His most Sacred Majesty, Anno DOM.
), by Scotland. Sovereign ( James VII), King of England James II, and Scotland.A study in Pennsylvania folk art, being a page from the Ephrata ABC Book done in Ephrata, Pa., Restored Press of the Brotherhood of the Cloister, This item is included in this Collection with permission from Michael Showalter, Museum Educator, Ephrata Cloister.
George was born at St James's Palace, London, on 12 Augustthe first child of the British king George III and Charlotte of the eldest son of a British sovereign, he automatically became Duke of Cornwall and Duke of Rothesay at birth; he was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester a few days later.
On 18 September of the same year, he was baptised by Thomas.