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A congratulatory poem, on His Grace, James, Duke of Ormond

Lady of quality.

A congratulatory poem, on His Grace, James, Duke of Ormond

Written by a lady of quality, and presented to His Grace, by her own hand.

by Lady of quality.

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Published by printed and sold by H. Hills in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1007, no. 12.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination8p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16854738M

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Get this from a library. A congratulatory poem, on His Grace, James, Duke of Ormond. [Lady of quality.]. Some account of the family of the Butlers, but more particularly of the late Duke of Ormond, the Earl of Ossory his father, and James Duke of Ormond his grandfather Published: () To His Grace James Duke of Ormond, &c.: Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, on his.

Lady of quality. has written: 'A congratulatory poem, on His Grace, James, Duke of Ormond' 'A poem as it was presented to His sacred Majesty' -- subject(s): Poetry, Politics and government, Popish.

Collins, Captain Greenvile Copper engraved Captain Greenvile Collins was one of the most important English mapmakers yet little is known about the man himself. He was an officer in the Royal Navy and served with Sir John Narborough in his expedition to the Straits of Magellan, and subsequently served against Algerian pirates.

He was made a commander in and Charles II granted him the title. Philips's congratulatory poem addressed to the duke on the dis-covery of the Dublin Castle plot in July (lot ), and three eighteenth-century broadsides, including a poem by Swift (lot ). Luckily, the text of these items is readily available.

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