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Carolanna, that is to say, A poeme in honour of our King, Charles Iames, Queene Anne, and Prince Charles : but principally in honour of the immortall memory of our late noble & good Queen of Albion and Vnion, herein celebrated vnder the names of Dianna and Cimbrina, by allusion vnto her princely name and nation. Begun to be penned on her fatall day of Mars the second of March last ; ended on the octaue, the next Mars day: and now published to summon all rankes and degrees in Christendome, especially in the northerne kingdomes, of Britannie, Denmark, & Germanie, to celebrate her anniuersarie on the next second day of March, and to applaud her third coronation to be in heauen, at the next festiuall time of S. Iames, and S. Anne, and all Britanes to solemnize the memoriall theref on S. Annes day every yeare for euer. By Iames Anne-Son antiquarie and Maister of Arts. Preview this item
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Carolanna, that is to say, A poeme in honour of our King, Charles Iames, Queene Anne, and Prince Charles : but principally in honour of the immortall memory of our late noble & good Queen of Albion and Vnion, herein celebrated vnder the names of Dianna and Cimbrina, by allusion vnto her princely name and nation. Begun to be penned on her fatall day of Mars the second of March last ; ended on the octaue, the next Mars day: and now published to summon all rankes and degrees in Christendome, especially in the northerne kingdomes, of Britannie, Denmark, & Germanie, to celebrate her anniuersarie on the next second day of March, and to applaud her third coronation to be in heauen, at the next festiuall time of S. Iames, and S. Anne, and all Britanes to solemnize the memoriall theref on S. Annes day every yeare for euer. By Iames Anne-Son antiquarie and Maister of Arts.

Author: James Maxwell
Publisher: Imprinted at London : By Edw : All-de, [1619]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Poetry
Poetry Early works to 1800
Named Person: Anne, Queen consort of James I King of England; Anne, Queen consort of James I King of England
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Maxwell
OCLC Number: 606518785
Description: 1 online resource ([40], 7, [1] pages)
Other Titles: Carolanna
Carolanna, that is to say, a poeme in honour of our King, Charles James, Queene Anne, and Prince Charles
Poeme in honour of our King, Charles James, Queene Anne, and Prince Charles

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