3 edition of A poem on the coronation of King James II and his royl [sic] consort Queen Mary found in the catalog.
A poem on the coronation of King James II and his royl [sic] consort Queen Mary
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1599:3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (2 p.)|
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Get this from a library. A poem on the coronation of King James II and his royl [sic] consort Queen Mary. [John Phillips]. An heroick poem upon the King [microform]: humbly presented to the Queen / by William Culpeper; A poem on the coronation of King James II and his royl [sic] consort Queen Mary [microform] An elegy upon the late blessed monarch King Charles II and two panegyricks upon Their present sacred Maj.
Mary, of Modena, Queen, consort of James II, King of England, -- Poetry. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Mary, of Modena, Queen, consort of. A poem on the coronation of King James II and his royl [sic] consort Queen Mary: Phillips, John, /  Mary, Queen of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland a poem / by John Phillips.
Phillips, John, /  A satyrick poem against those mercenary wretches and troublers of Englands tranquility, the authors of. King George V also made his consort, Queen Mary, a Lady of the Garter and King George VI subsequently did the same for his wife, Queen Elizabeth.
Throughout the 20th century, women continued to be associated with the Order, but save for foreign female monarchs, they were not made companions. Motto: Middle French: Honi soit qui mal y. Besides these there are fourteen queens, that is, five reigning sovereigns—Mary, Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots, Mary II., and Anne; the rest are the consorts of kings.
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“CORDELIA, KING LEAR AND HIS FOOL”. CHAPTER I. A PLAY FOR. KING JAMES I. It was during the festive season of that Shakespeare first. performed King Lear before King James I and possibly his family. We may. be sure that when James and the then Dukes of Cornwall and Albany sat.
down to watch Shakespeare's production of King Lear, they. The citizens of London going to meet the king and queen, ornamented and trapped and wondrously sported their swift horses; and on the same day they went from the City to Westminster, that they might discharge the service of butler to the king in his coronation, which is acknowledged to belong to them of ancient right.