|Title:||The divine dirge of a dying swan,: or a priestly poem entitled by the author, De anima immortali carmen. / Written by Fr. Tucker, M.A. of St. Johns Colledge in Oxon.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The divine dirge of a dying swan,: or a priestly poem entitled by the author, De anima immortali carmen. / Written by Fr. Tucker, M.A. of St. Johns Colledge in Oxon.
London: Printed by Peter Lillierap, 1661.
To the Right Honourable and most Reverend Fathers in God, William by Divine Providence, Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, His Grace, Accepted Lord Arch-Bishop of York His Grace, Primates and Metropolitans of England, with all the rest of the Reverend Bishops, dignified Persons and Priests in the Church of England.
De Anima immortali Carmen.