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Author: Tailboys, Samuel.
Title: A nevv lachrymentall and funerall elegy: or, a distillation of Great Brittaine's teares, shed for the vnexpected and sudden death of the tresvertuous and most glorious Prince Lodovvicke, Duke of Richmond and Lenox: Who departed this transitory life, at his chamber in White-Hall, on Munday morning, being the 16. day of February 1624. being the same day appointed and intended by him to haue attended and gone with our soueraigne lord, King Iames; Prince Charles his Highnesse, and other the nobilitie, in robes of scarlet, to the honourable House of Parliament, which by reason of his death, was then put off till the 19. day of February following.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A nevv lachrymentall and funerall elegy: or, a distillation of Great Brittaine's teares, shed for the vnexpected and sudden death of the tresvertuous and most glorious Prince Lodovvicke, Duke of Richmond and Lenox: Who departed this transitory life, at his chamber in White-Hall, on Munday morning, being the 16. day of February 1624. being the same day appointed and intended by him to haue attended and gone with our soueraigne lord, King Iames; Prince Charles his Highnesse, and other the nobilitie, in robes of scarlet, to the honourable House of Parliament, which by reason of his death, was then put off till the 19. day of February following.
Tailboys, Samuel.

Printed at London: by B. Alsop, dwelling at the signe of the Dolphin in Distaffe Lane, 1624.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- History
Richmond, Ludovic Stuart, -- Duke of, -- 1574-1624
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A73293.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MOST GRATIOVS FRANCIS DVCHESSE DOVVAGER OF RICHMOND and LENOX, &c.
TO THE ILLVSTRIOVS PRINCE ESME DVKE OF LENOX, &c. EARLE OF MARCH and DARNLEY, &c. LORD OF AVBIGNY, TERBOLTON and METHVEN, BARON OF SETTRINGTON, &c.
To the Noble and Generous Reader.
AN ELEGIE TO THE WELL-DESERVING HONOVR OF THAT PIOVS AND Glorious Prince deceased, LODOVVICKE STEVVARD, Late Duke of Richmond and Lenox, Earle of Newcastle and Darneley, &c. Lord of Torbolton and Methuen, &c. Baron of Settrington, &c. Knight of the Noble Oraer of the Garter, Lord high Admirall, and Great Chamberlaine of Scotland, Lord high Steward to the KINGS most excellent Maiesties most Honourable Houshold, Gentleman of his Maiesties Bed-Chamber, and one of his Maiesties most Honourable Priuy Councell for England and Scotland.