|Title:||Great Britains jubile, or, A rural present to His Royall Majesty, my gracious, renowned and admired soveraign, Charles the IJd of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. in divers panegyricks and poems on several objects, persons, and occasions : relating to his sacred person, and progress / by Lancelot Reynolds, Gent.|
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Great Britains jubile, or, A rural present to His Royall Majesty, my gracious, renowned and admired soveraign, Charles the IJd of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. in divers panegyricks and poems on several objects, persons, and occasions : relating to his sacred person, and progress / by Lancelot Reynolds, Gent.
London: Printed by Roger Vaughan for the authour, 1662.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Charles -- II, -- King of England, -- 1630-1685.
TO HIS SACRED MAJESTY Charles the II.
On his Sacred Majesty CHARLES STUART, King of ENGLAND, &c.
On that Mirrour of loyaltie, and admired Gentlewoman, Mistress Jane Lane.
Upon the happy and joyfull News of his sacred Majesty, King Charles the IId. his returning into England; And proclaiming of him, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland.
The faithful CHAMPION, and admired SUBJECT.
On that Worthy, Accomplished Gentleman, Mr. Thomas Mayhew.
Upon the Sight of King Charles the II. his Picture, at the Honourable Colonel, Sr. JOHN DRAKE, Knight, and Baronet, his House at Trill, in Devon.
On's sacred MAJESTIES CORONATION: The blest Precursor of Reformation.
On His most Excellent MAJESTY, King Charles the Second, His exspected coming to the Honourable Colonel FRANCIS WINDHAM, his House at Trent.
On his most excellent Majesty, King CHARLESH. his exp••ted coming to the Right honourable JOHN, his House, at Henton S. George.
Accrosticks Upon the Royall, and most Illustrious DUKE, IAMES STVART, His Majesties only Brother.
On the most Illustrious, and Religious Elisabeth; DUTCHESSE of YORK.
On his Excellency George Monck, Duke of Albemarle.
On the most Reverend FATHER in GOD; William Juxon, Arch-bishop of Ganterbury, His Grace.
On the most Reverend FATHER in GOD Edward, LORD BISHOP of NORWICH.
On my Ever Honoured Friend and Kinsman Doctor Iohn Castle Esquire, one of the Clerks of his Majesties Privy Seale.
On the right worshipful, and noble minded Gentleman, Henry Ford, Esquire; one of his Majesties JUSTICES of the Peace, in the County of Devon, and Lieutenant Colonel to the Honorable Sir JOHNDRAKE, Knight, and Barronet, &c.
On the Worshipfull, Francis Poulet, Esquire; One of his Majesties JUSTICES of the Peace, for the County of SOMERSET.
On Coming to the Right Worshipfull Sir COVRTNEY POLE, Knight and Barronet, his Court Holden at Brod∣winsor in the County of Dors•t the Fourth day of Aprill 1661. to take the Oath of Alegiance.
On hearing of his honoured, and reverend Kinsman, Edward Reynolds, Doctor in Divinity, consecrated Lord BISHOP of NORWICH.
ON Reading of some part of the Church HISTORY Of BRITAIN: Writen By the learned Pen of that Famous Historian. THOMAS FƲLLERD. D.
ACCROSTICKS ON The HONOURABLE and truly NOBLE SIR WIL. MORICE KT. One of the SECRETARIES OF STATE Unto His most EXCELLENT MAJESTY, K. CHARLES II.
ON THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL, VALIANT, AND TRULY NOBLE MINDED GENT. SIR JOH. CLOBERY Knight.
ON THE HONOURABLE COLONEL, AND MY EVER HONOURED FRIEND SIR JOHN DRAKE Knight and Baronet, &c.
AN ELEGIE ON THE Death of that most Excellent, Religious and unparralel'd Queen of BOHEMIA, Only Daughter to JAMES KING OF GREAT BRITAIN, SISTER TO CHARLES THE FIRST, AND WIFE to the most Illustrious ELECTOR, FREDERICK KING OF BOHEMIA.
ACCROSTICKS On her most sacred MAIESTY.
On Hearing of the RIGHT WORSHIPFUL, JOHN MERREFIELD Esq Made one of the KINGS SERJEANTS AT LAW, Andin Election tobe a Judge.
ON HEARING OF THE DEATH Of my dear and admired SOVERAIGN LORD, KING CHARLES the First.
On sight of supposed ANGELS, In shape of DUCKS, Hovering over King Charles the first, when he was beheaded,
ON Sight of the Death of that HONOURABLE & LEARNED Kt. SIR. HEN. HYDE On the fourth of March 1650.
On Sight and Hearing of my HONOURED FRIEND, GEORGE FƲLFFORD, Esq One of His Majesties Justices of the PEACE For the County of DORSCET, at Prayers with his Family, the tenth of August, 1661.
ON MY HONOURED FRIEND, GEORGE FƲLFFORD, Esq at Prayers with his Family, &c.
ON SIR. ROB. BRET Wearing a LEEK IN HIS HAT ON S. Davids Day, And in playing Gleek with two Noble Ladies.
ON DR. T. FULLERS Putting down the NORMAN RACE, in his History of the Church of Britain.
ACCROSTICKS, ON THO. FULLER Doctor of Divinity, and late Prebend of New SARUM.
ON The hearing of the general Muster of the Honorable COLONEL, SIR. Iohn Drake. Knight, and Baronet, one of the Deputy Lieutenants of the County of Devon, and one of his Majesties JUSTICES of the Peace of the said County, his Regiment, on Otery-hill, the 20th of June. 1661.
ON MY WORTHY FRIEND, Wil. Bragge Esq ONE Of the Captains belonging to the Ho∣norable Colonel, SIR JOHN DRAKE Knight and Baronet, his Regiment.
ON Consideration of our own WANTS, And my Blessed SAVIOURS All∣sufficiency.
ACCROSTICKS, ON That Rare, and Exquisite Artist, GEORGE WHARTON, Esq
ON My Worthy and Learned friend Mr. ROBERT GOMERSALL, Batchelor in DIVINITY, Late Deceased.
The AUTHORS Conclusion.