|Title:||A sermon prepared to be preach'd at the internment of the renowned Observator with some remarques on his life, by the Reverend Toryrorydammeeplotshammee Younkercrape : to which is annexed an elegy and epitaph, by the Rose-Ally-Poet, and other prime wits of the age.|
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A sermon prepared to be preach'd at the internment of the renowned Observator with some remarques on his life, by the Reverend Toryrorydammeeplotshammee Younkercrape : to which is annexed an elegy and epitaph, by the Rose-Ally-Poet, and other prime wits of the age.
Younkercrape, Toryrorydammeeplotshammee., Rose-Ally-Poet.
London: Printed and are to be sold by Langley Curtiss ..., 1682.
A parody "in Rabelaisian humor with a text from Pantagruel," on the Observator, edited by Sir Roger L'Estrange.--cf. DNB.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
L'Estrange, Roger, -- Sir, -- 1616-1704.
Great Britain -- History -- Restoration, 1660-1688.
Thrice merry, or thrice doleful READERS. Which you please,
A FUNERAL SERMON Preached at the Interment of the Renowned OBSERVATOR.
An ELEGY UPON THE Right Reverend THE OBSERVATOR, Guide to the Inferiour Clergy.
Another Epitaph, found in the Cardinal Van Hesse's Library, and Translated out of French, supposed to be writ by Nostre∣damus.