3 edition of An ode for the birth-day of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales found in the catalog.
An ode for the birth-day of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales
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And Performed at Cliefdon, on the Birth-Day of her Royal Highness the Princess Augusta. The Musical Part of this Performance being then too short for an Evening's Entertainment of itself, the drama is new written, greatly improved from Mr. Mallet's play; and the music (excepting two or three things, which being particular Favourites at Cliefdon. To His Royal Highness, Albert, Prince of Wales, Baron Renfrew, Future King of Great Britain, and eldest son of Victoria, on the occasion of his visit to Richmond, Virginia in  7
3 May - Explore ae's board "William and Kate's Wedding and 2 children" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Duchess of cambridge, Kate middleton and Prince william pins. Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales.—A pink and sliver slip, with a beautiful Brussels lace frock to wear over it, and a pink and silver girdle. Her Royal Highness the Princess Augusta.—Yellow crape petticoat richly embroidered with silver; a sash across with a border of honey-suckles, and rich pointed embroidered draperies.
Britain's jubilee a congratulatory poem on the descent of His Highness the Prince of Orange into England and Their Highnesses accession to the crown, and solemn coronation, Ap (London: Publisht by Randal Taylor, ), by Robert Fleming (HTML at EEBO TCP). Full text of "The Annual biography and obituary" See other formats.
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An ode for the birth-day of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales: St. David's day, the first of March, / Set to musick by Dr. J.C. Pepusch, and perform'd at the anniversary meeting of the Society of Ancient Britons, establish'd in Honour of Her Royal Highness's Birth-Day, and of the Principality of Wales.
written by Mr. Hughes. An Ode On The Birth Day Of Her Royal Highness The Princess Of Wales (Charlotte Lennox Poems) Browse All: Charlotte Lennox Poems Readers Who Like This Poem Also Like: Based on Topics: Love Poems, World Poems, Mind Poems, Sadness Poems, Time Poems, Soul Poems, Nature Poems, Faces Poems, Youth Poems, Fairness Poems, Kings & Queens Poems.
Poems on several occasions: By Stephen Duck. Rights/Permissions: On a Screen, work'd in Flowers by Her Royal Highness ANNE, Princess of ORANGE.
To His ROYAL HIGHNESS The DUKE of CUMBERLAND, On His BIRTH-DAY. An IMITATION Of the Sixteenth Ode Of the Second Book of HORACE. An Ode To Fortune: On My Birth Day An Ode To Genius An Ode To Indifference An Ode To Ingratitude.
Inscription inside book: 'TO HER ROYAL HIGHNESS The Princess Charlotte of Wales, THE FOLLOWING POEMS ARE, BY PERMISSION, HUMBLY INSCRIBED, BY HER ROYAL HIGHNESS'S MOST OBEDIENT SERVANT.
Full text of "A memoir of her royal highness princess mary adelaide" See other formats. An ODE, presented to their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of WALES, in Richmond Gardens, on Thursday, May 6.
() Of FRIENDSHIP. To CELIA. () On a GOOD CONSCIENCE. () On a Screen, work'd in Flowers by Her Royal Highness ANNE, Princess of ORANGE.
() On Celia's Picture, drawn by Sir Godfrey Kneller. Full text of "Memoirs of Her late Royal Highness Charlotte Augusta, Pincess of Wales, &c. (from infancy to her death, funeral rites,&c. &c.) and of her.
To His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, on his birth-day. April the 15th, By Stephen Duck: Duck, Stephen, /  The vision. A poem on the death of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline.
By Stephen Duck: Duck, Stephen, /  Royal benevolence. A poem. "To Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales.
At her Toylet, on New-Years Day" () "Ode to Hygeia" () "Upon the Bells ringing at St. Martins in the Fields, on St. George's Day,being the Anniversary of Queen Anne's Coronation" () "These Verses were writ on King George's Birth-Day, by Mrs.
Centlivre, and sent to the Ringers. Table of Contents: Introduction Nahum Tate: On the Sacred Memory of Our Late Sovereign, with a Congratulation to his present Majesty; On a deform'd Old Bawd, designing to have her Picture drawn; Mausolaeum - A Funeral Poem On Our Late Gracious Sovereign Queen Mary, Of Blessed Memory; The Anniversary Ode for The Fourth of DecHis Majesty's Birth-Day; Ode to Pages: An epistle to Mrs.
Wallup: now in the train of Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales. As it was sent to her to the Hague. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre. Centlivre, Susanna. /  The cruel gift: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants.
By Mrs. Cent Livre. The Consecration of Marcellus: an ode in memory of the illustrious prince William, Duke of Gloucester () A consolatory poem humbly addressed to Her Royal Highness: upon the much lamented death of His Most Illustrious Highness, William, Duke of Glocester by James Gibbs ().
A Letter to a lady, occasioned by the arrival of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. A Journey to Exeter. Trivia, or the art of walking the streets of London.
An Epistle to the Duchess of Marlborough. Fables. 4th edn. ——2nd series. Leonard Welsted ( - August ) was an English poet. Welsted was born at Abington, Northamptonshire.
His father, also Leonard Welsted, was prebendary of York, and rector of Abington from towhen he became vicar of St. Nicholas, Newcastle. He married, inAnne, daughter of Thomas Staveley, a lawyer and antiquary, and died on 13 Nov.
N. Griffith, ‘To her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales: With the Leek, a Poem on St. David’s Day’, The Critick, no. 10, 10 March Griffith, Leek, pp. 1, All citations are to the second edition of T.
Jones, The Rise and Progress of the most honourable and loyal Society of Ancient Britons (London, ), pp. - Explore elifid's board "Bad Ass Chicks" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Women in history, Lady diana and Lady di pins. Griffith, ‘To her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales: With the Leek, a Poem on St.
David’s Day’, The Critick, no. 10, 10 March Griffith, Leek, pp. 1, All citations are to the second edition of T. Jones, The Rise and Progress of the most honourable and loyal Society of Ancient Britons (London, ), pp.
her royal highness the princess augusta. Brown velvet petticoat, beautifully embroidered with silver; a large drapery on the right side, with a most brilliant border, with damask and province roses intermixed; a small drapery on the left side, tied up with a very rich bouquet, and bordered with Italian chain; train brown and silver tissue.
To her Royal Highness [Princess Caroline, wife of the future George II] on The Birth of the Prince.(George William, in ). It is worth repeating Pope's rather more memorable version of this succession, "Still Dunce the second rules like Dunce the first" (The Dunciad, Book I.6).
On the following 10th of February, Mrs. Arne had a benefit at the Theatre Royal, Aungier Street, when the programme consisted of “A Grand Serenata, call’d Love and Glory; composed by Mr. Arne, in Honour of the Nuptials of His Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wales, with the Princess Augusta.
The Princess Amelia, we are sorry to state, is very seriously indisposed; her physicians recom- mend Her Royal Highness to try the efficacy of the Bath waters. The Duchess of York is also much indisposed.
Though a dress was made up for her Royal Highness, she was unable to attend the Court on Wednesday. SATURDAY, Jan. On a Screen, work'd in Flowers by Her Royal Highness ANNE, Prin|cess of Orange ; To His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, on His Birth-Day ; To Death.
An irregular Ode ; On Mrs. L _ s ; Truth and Falshood. A Fable ; Proper Ingredients to make a Scep|tic ; On Two Young Ladies leaving the Country ; On Mites. To a Lady.Verses most humbly addressed to the Princess Dowager of Wales: On Her Royal Highness's birth-day, Nov.
30, By John Lockman, secretary to the Society of the Free British Fishery. presented to Her Royal Highness at Leicester-House. Lockman, John: to the Princess Dowager of Wales: for the author: