3 edition of An excellent new poem upon the happy proceedings of Their Majesties royal army by sea and land found in the catalog.
An excellent new poem upon the happy proceedings of Their Majesties royal army by sea and land
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An excellent new poem upon the happy proceedings of Their Majesties royal army by sea and land: with a reflection upon the insulting Jacobites. Author: Philoprotest.
Majesties were pleased that the said Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons, being the two Houses of Parliament, should continue to sit, and with their Majesties' royal concurrence make effectual provision for the settlement of the religion, laws and liberties of this kingdom, so that the same for the future might not be in danger again of being subverted, to which the said Lords Spiritual.
A sermon preach'd before the honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's Westminster June 5th. being the fast day appointed by the King and Queen's proclamation, to implore the blessing of Almighty God upon Their Majesties forces by sea and land, and success in the war, now declared, against the French King / by William Wake.
A treatise of the natural grounds, and principles of harmony. By William Holder, D.D. fellow of the Royal Society, and late sub-dean of their Majesties Chappel-Royal () [Holder, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A treatise of the natural grounds, and principles of harmony. By William Holder, D.D.
fellow of the Royal SocietyAuthor: William Holder. Full title reads: "Their Majesties With The Troops". Aldershot, Hampshire. Shots of Scottish soldiers waving their arms and stamping their feet to keep warm before the arrival of the Royal Party. Various Shots of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (Later Queen Mother) inspecting Scottish troops at Aldershot and receiving three cheers from the.
A Poem upon his Majesties Accession. A Poem upon his Majesties Accession. Inscrib'd to his Grace John Duke of Marlborough. By the Author of the Verses upon his Grace's retiring into Germany.
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A Congratulatory Poem To His Royal Highness Prince George Of Denmark: Lord High Admiral Of Great BritainAuthor: Nahum Tate. A little lad sat all alone, consumed in childish dreams A football lay by his side, unraveling at its seams. The final game had just been played, the score was 5 – 2 His football team had lost again but.
Title: A General and compleat list military of every commission-officer of horse and foot now commanding His Majesties land-forces of England (excepting the un-regimented companies) as also the proper distinctions of their cloathings, badges of honour, and colours of each troop and regiment: the names of the chief officers of the ordinance, and other officers belonging to the army: with a.
In NovemberTheir Majesties the Emperor and the Empress visited Okinawa Prefecture to attend the National Convention for the Development of an Abundantly Productive Sea. In this poem His Majesty describes seeing pandanus trees, Pandanus odoratissimus, from the road and remembering the story of how people had dodged bullets by hiding.