|Author:||Hopkins, John, fl. 1700.|
|Title:||Gloria¨ A poem, in honour of pious majesty, occasioned by the safe, happy, and much-wish'd for return of our dread soveraign lord King William. By, Mr. Hopkins.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Gloria¨ A poem, in honour of pious majesty, occasioned by the safe, happy, and much-wish'd for return of our dread soveraign lord King William. By, Mr. Hopkins.
Hopkins, John, fl. 1700.
London: printed for H. Newman, at the Grass-Hopper in the Poultry, 1700.
Dummy Reproduction of the original at the Harvard University Library.
TO HIS GRACE JAMES Duke of ORMOND, &c.
TO THE MUSE.
To THE KING.
Instructions to a Painter.