2 edition of The glorious conquest: or, the repeated victory of the Right Honourable the Earl of Marlborough found in the catalog.
The glorious conquest: or, the repeated victory of the Right Honourable the Earl of Marlborough
by Printed for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, and J. Buck in [London]
Written in English
|Other titles||Glorious conquest, Repeated victory of the Right Honourable the Earl of Marlborough|
|Genre||Poetry, Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1848:10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Page [unnumbered] Page I. Page II THE DAY-STAR.. Page III. Page IV TIlE DAY-STAR OF AMERIlCAN FREEDOM; OR THE BIRTH AND EARLY GROWTH OF TOLERATION, IN THE PRIOVINCE OF MIARYLAND: WITH A SKETCII OF THE COLONIZATION UPON THE CHiESAPEAKE AND ITS TRIBUTARIES, PRECEDING THE REMOVAL OF THE GOVE;RSNMENT FRO3I ST. MARY'S TO . The experience of the past and the sure word of promise raise our hopes. We look to the future with confidence. In all our wanderings God watches over us. In all our weaknesses and sorrows God stands by us with tender compassion for our weaknesses, and with loving consolations for our sorrows. The victory will be with the right (Psalms ).
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The glorious conquest: or, the repeated victory of the Right Honourable the Earl of Marlborough: first in the taking the city of Cork ; secondly, Kings-sale, and the strong adjacent forts. To the tune of Valiant jockey. Licensed according to order. Title: The glorious conquest: or, The repeated victory of the right honourable the earl of Marlborough First Line: Here is joyful news come o'er Tune: Valiant Jockey.
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Captain Baird lived to revenge the sufferings which he and his fellow-prisoners endured by the glorious conquest of Seringapatam on the 4th of May, overtopping all the glories of Marlborough’s campaigns. and placed in the division under the command of Lieutenant-General the Honourable John Hope, afterwards the Earl of Hopetoun.
BL f.1, e.9 Chetham's Library, Manchester: Some broadsides, not seen or indexed here, among pieces of epherma in bequest from J.
Halliwell, There is a book by Ann Snape describing Halliwell's bequest to Chethams, but I haven't found it. THE following Poem was written on the Scene of Action, shortly after the Achievement of the GLORIOUS Victory of Trafalgar, which it is intended to commemorate: ^but^ the Authors Absence from England has una- voidably prevented its earlier Publication; which has been farther retarded, since his Re- turn, by severe domestic Afflictions.
The Eoman Senate decreed twenty days' thanksgiving for Caesar's new and glorious conquest, and Britain became, and long remained, a province of the Roman Empire. For ninety years no attempt was made to hold it in real subjec-country offered little to the ambition of a Roman proconsul, but at length ceasetion, since the less quarrels Claudius (b.
In this conquest two-thirds went to the Count, one-third to the Genoese. In they sold their new possessions to Count Raymond for money and trading rights; but in they concluded a treaty of peace and commerce with the Moorish King of Valencia, and in a similar treaty with the King of Majorca.
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ON THE DEATII OF THE RIGHT HONORABLE &he Earl of Eltuw. Air,—"Roy's Wife." King William's glorious conquest of the Boyne. THE UNITED EMPIRE MINSTREL. A grateful country has erected on the scene of the victory, — one of the grandest sites on earth, — a noble monu- ment * to Brock's memory ; and beneath it, side by side, sleeps the dust of the heroic chief and his faithful aide-de-camp.He ended a glorious life by years of for enriching himself.
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