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Author: Holland, Abraham, d. 1626.
Title: Hollandi posthuma. A funerall elegie of King Iames: With a congratulatory salve to King Charles. An elegie of the magnanimous Henry Earle of Oxford. A description of the late great, fearefull and prodigious plague: and divers other patheticall poemes, elegies, and other lines, on divers subiectes. The post-humes of Abraham Holland, sometimes of Trinity-Colledge in Cambridge. The authors epitaph, made by himselfe.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Hollandi posthuma. A funerall elegie of King Iames: With a congratulatory salve to King Charles. An elegie of the magnanimous Henry Earle of Oxford. A description of the late great, fearefull and prodigious plague: and divers other patheticall poemes, elegies, and other lines, on divers subiectes. The post-humes of Abraham Holland, sometimes of Trinity-Colledge in Cambridge. The authors epitaph, made by himselfe.
Holland, Abraham, d. 1626.

Cantabrigiæ [i.e. London]: [Printed by B. Alsop and T. Fawcet] Impensis, Henrici Holland, 1626.
Alternate titles: Congratulatory salve to King Charles. Hollandi posthuma. A funerall elegie of King James. Elegie: or, some post-hume teares, vpon the the royall hearse of our late sovereigne Iames. Elegie: or, some post-hume teares, upon the the royall hearse of our late sovereigne James. Elegie vpon the death of the right noble and magnanimous Heroë, Henry Earle of Oxford. Vnto these post-humes is added: Naumachia. Unto these post-humes is added: Naumachia. Naumachia. Description of the late great memorable and prodigious plague. 1625.
Notes:
A collection, mostly in verse, by Abraham Holland. Privately printed in a limited impression at Holland's expense--National Union Catalog.
The place of publication is false; actual place of publication and printer's names from STC.
Includes the following (each with a 1626 separate dated title page): An elegie: or, some post-hume teares, vpon the the royall hearse of our late sovereigne Iames; An elegie vpon the death of the right noble and magnanimous Heroë, Henry Earle of Oxford, Vnto these post-humes is added: Naumachia. Or, a poeticall description of the cruell and bloudie sea-fight or battaile of Lepanto. Also includes a poem on the plague (with caption title: "The description of the late great memorable and prodigious plague. 1625") that was reprinted in STC 6175.
Signatures: [par.]2 (a)4 B-M4 2A2 2B-D4.
Imperfect; the British Library copy lacks M3 (M3 and other leaves supplied at end from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus Library) copy and Folger Shakespeare Library copy).
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
James, -- I, -- King of England, -- 1566-1625 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Charles, -- I, -- King of England, -- 1600-1649 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Oxford, Henry de Vere, -- Earl of, -- 1593-1625 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Lepanto, Battle of, 1517 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Plague -- England -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A03455.0001.001

Contents
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The Names or Titles of the ensuing ELEGIES, &c.
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE AND HIGH-BORNE HEROE, GEORGE, LORD GORDON, EARLE OF ENGIH: AND CAPTAINE OF THE GVARDDV-CORPS (commonly called IEAN DV-GVARD) to his Majestie of FRANCE: Sonne and Heire apparant, to the most Noble and Valerous the Marquisse of HVNTLEY.
TO The ingenious and ingenuous Reader, especially such as were the deceased Authors Friends.
MICHAEL DRAYTON Esquire, and Poet-Laureat, in Commendation of the AVTHOR and his first published Poeme, NAƲMACHIA.
E C. Master of Arts, vpon the same.
I. W. I C. Vpon the same.
E.P. Theologus, amico suo ARAHAMO HOLLANDO, D. PHILEMONIS F. in NAVMACHIAM suam.
title page
dedication
AN ELEGJE: OR, Some Posthume teares, vpon the Royall Hearse of our late Soueraigne King IAMES.
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dedication
An Elegie upon the Death of the right Noble and Magnanimous HENRIE Earle of Oxford, Viscount Bulbec, &c.
Two Epitaphs vpon the same Noble Earle.
EPITAPH. 1.
EPITAPH. 2.
A L'envoy to my endeared Friends Mr. R.T. Mr.W.H. Mr.T.C. and others being in the Countrey. Seruing for an Intro∣duction to the Description of the Plague.
The Description of the late great memorable and prodigious Plague. 1625.
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Against one that impos'd a Libell on me, to the late Lord KEEPER.
TO MY DEARE FATHER, Mr. PHILEMON HOLLAND, Doctor in Physicke, beeing Sicke.
To his Friends in the Time of his Sicknesse.
A LETTER, Savouring of Mortification, written and sent in the time of the late Visitation of the Plague, to his deere Brother H. H. in LONDON.
A Confession of my Sinnes to GOD, and a testimonie of my Faith.
A Metricall Version of part of PSALME, 73.
Mr. T. C. the Authors endeared Friend his Poeticall Version on the 91. PSALME.
A MEDITATION ON, PSALM, 6. Vers. 4.5.
CERTEINE MEDITATIONS, By ABRAHAM HOLLAND.
MEDITAT. 1.
MEDITAT. 2.
A Briefe Meditation.
A Meditation against the feare of Death.
A PRAYER Made and vsed with Companie in the aforesaid Visitation.
A Vale to his best Part.
Abraham Holland, Hauing made many EPITAPHS for others, made this Epitaph for himselfe, and on his Death bed, dictated it to his Brother, H. H.
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TO THE READER, that asketh, what, when, and where, was this Battaile of LEPANTO?
NAVMACHIA, Or the Poeticall Description of a Bloody Sea-fight.
H. H. Authoris Fratis majoris (cu∣jus cura ac impensa haec praemissa Post∣huma edita sunt,)
Aliud, CHARACTER ACROSTICON, vice EPITAPHIj.
notes
Errata.