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Sidero-Thriambos. Or Steele and iron triumphing Applauding the aduancement of Sir Sebastian Haruey, Knight, to the dignitie of Lord Maior of London. Taking his oath in the same authoritie at Westminster, on Thursday, being the 29. day of October. 1618. Performed in hearty loue to him, and at the charges of his kinde brethren, the right worshipfull company of ironmongers. Deuised and written by A.M. citizen and draper of London.
by Munday, Anthony, 1553-1633.Get full text
The triumphs of truth A solemnity vnparaleled for cost, art, and magnificence at the confirmation and establishment of that worthy and true nobly-minded gentleman, Sir Thomas Middleton, knight, in the honorable office of his Maiesties lieuetenant, the lord maior of the thrice famous citty of London. Taking beginning at his Lordships going and proceeding after his returne from receiuing the oath of maioralty at Westminster, on the morrow next after Simon and Iudes day, October 29. 1613. All the showes, pageants, chariots, morning, noone, and night triumphes. Directed, written, and redeem'd into forme, from the ignorance of some former times, and their common writer, by Thomas Middleton. ...
by Middleton, Thomas, d. 1627.Get full text
Londini status pacatus: or, Londons peaceable estate Exprest in sundry triumphs, pageants, and shewes, at the innitiation of the right Honourable Henry Garvvay, into the Majoralty of the famous and farre renowned city London. All the charge and expence, of the laborious projects both by water and land, being the sole undertakings of the Right Worshipfull Society of Drapers. Written by Thomas Heyvvood.
by Heywood, Thomas, d. 1641.Get full text
Britain's glory, and England's bravery wherein is shewed the degrees of honour from the prince to the peasant, with the honour of the nobles, and previleges of the commons, the proper places and precedency of all persons from the throne to the bondman, more particularly in coronations, processions, feasts, funerals and other great assembly : as also honour of arms, power of heralds, signification of charges in coat-armour, with an armorial dictionary, explaining the terms of heraldry, and an account of all the orders of knighthood in Christendom, and of the weights and measures of England : to which is added a continuation of The historians guide, from November, 1687, where the third and last impression ends, to June, 1687 /
by Smithurst, Benjamine.Get full text
Great Britaines time of triumph. Or, The solid subiects observation, shewing in what a magnificent manner, the citizens of London entertained the Kings most excellent majestie, and how the honourable Lord Mayor of London, with the warlike artillery men in their glittering armour, gave His Majestie a martiall-like welcome : also how they presented to His Grace a most rich and costly gift, in token of their loyalty to their soveraigne. Afterward how they solemnized a stately feast, to the which came both the Kings majestie, his gracious Queen Mary, and his royall sonne, Charles our honourable Prince of Wales, whom God preserve : and lastly how the drums beat, trumpets sound, muskets rattle, cannons roare, flags display'd bonfires blasing, bells ringing, with all the melody that might possible be made for ioy of the Kings Majesties safe returne to England. /
by L. P. fl. 1625-1680?Get full text