3 edition of A discourse of the most illustrious prince, Henry late Prince of Wales found in the catalog.
A discourse of the most illustrious prince, Henry late Prince of Wales
Cornwallis, Charles Sir
|Statement||by Sir Charles Cornwallis ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 256:E.178, no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 29 p|
|Number of Pages||29|
His Royal Highness George Augustus (Prince of Great Britain, Electoral Prince of Brunswick-Lunenburgh, Duke of Cornwall and Rothesaye, Duke and Marquis of Cambridge, Earl of Milford-Haven, and of Carreck, Viscount Northallerton, Baron of Tewkesbury, and of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Steward of Scotland, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter,) Prince of Wales, and Earl of Chester. This would be a great boon to the inhabitants generally. DEATH OF MR. GAULT.-One more familiar face has disappeared after a protracted illness, we refer to the late Mr. Geo. Gault, of the "Prince of Wales." Deceased, who was a jovial and good natured neighbour, will be greatly missed by a large circle of relatives and friends.
Henry the third of France was a most lavish Prince, and according to the measure of his lavishness were his exactions and rapine. He was so buried in riot and sensuality, and his subjects so drained and pillaged, as to have it said of him, that only by his daily and heavy oppressions, they knew him to be alive. Full text of "Henry VII, Prince Arthur and Cardinal Morton, from a group representing the Adoration of the three kings on the chancel screen of Plymtree church.
Not till did peace and unity reign in Brittany, just five years after Henry Tudor became King of England, and put a stop to the strife in Wales. The late Mr. Green, in his The Making of England, laid stress on the important part that the Latin Church played in promoting the unity of the English race. But neither in France nor in Germany. Shakespeare in effect took the Catholic side in a sectarian dispute about the character of the nobleman burned as a heretic shortly after his friend, the prince of Wales, became Henry V. Based on the trial account of Cohbam, a historic archetypal figure of Falstaff in Henry IV, the thesis serves as an attempt for the characterization of.
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