|Author:||Lily, William, 1468?-1522.|
|Title:||Of the tryu[m]phe, and the 'vses that Charles themperour, [et] the most myghty redouted kyng of England, Henry the. viii. were saluted with, passyng through London.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Of the tryu[m]phe, and the 'vses that Charles themperour, [et] the most myghty redouted kyng of England, Henry the. viii. were saluted with, passyng through London.
Lily, William, 1468?-1522.
[[London]: Imprynted by Richarde Pynson printer to the kyngis noble grace, ]
|Alternate titles:||Epigrammata. Selections. English Epigrammata. Selections. Of the tryumphe, and the uses that Charles themperour, [et] the most myghty redouted kyng of England, Henry the. viii. were saluted with, passyng through London.|
By William Lily, who is named on the last page.
A translation of the verses in honor of Charles V, from Lily's "Epigrammata".
With a woodcut title-page portrait.
Printer's name from colophon; publication date from STC.
Identified as STC 5017 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Charles, -- V, -- Holy Roman Emperor, -- 1500-1558 -- Poetry.
DIVO CAROLO IMPERATORI
GVIL. LILII ACCLAMATIO.
¶ The acclamacion of Guyllam Lily / to the moost highe and mighty em∣perour Charles.
¶ The salutacyon on London bridge / in the pagiant of Iason and Medee.
¶ The gretyng at the pagiant in Gracyous strete.
¶ This gretyng was / at the pagiant in Cornhyll.
¶ This gretyng was at the pagiant at the great cundyte in chepe.
¶ The gretyng that was at the pagiant at the standerd in Chepe.
¶ This salutacyon was at the pagiant / at the lytell cundyt in chepe.
¶ The conclusion of the translatour.
¶ The tran. to the mayre and senatours.
¶ The tran. to the cytezyns.