3 edition of An elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert found in the catalog.
An elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert
|Genre||Poetry, Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1698:47, Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2124.3:129|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Prince Rupert was a distinguished German soldier and admiral who commanded the Royalist cavalry during the English Civil War. Born in Prague, his full title was Count Palatine of the Rhine, the Duke of Bavaria, but he came to be known as Prince Rupert of the Rhine. - Explore hwiatchk's board "Prince Rupert of The Rhine", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Prince rupert, Rupert, Prince pins.
According to Stephen Turnbull in his book, The Ottoman Empire, - , a son of Prince Rupert fought at the Great Turkish War in the name of the Archduke of Austria. But this article doesn't even mention a wife or mistress - something that is hard to believe given the fact that his cousin Charles II was quite the hedonist, with all due. Discuss the little prince and his relationship with the flower. At first, when the flower magically appears on the prince's planet, the prince falls head over heels for it. The flower proclaims its uniqueness and portrays itself as the only rose in the whole world. The prince meets the flower’s every little petty desire.
John Sheffield, descended from a long series of illustrious ancestors, was born in , the son of Edmund, earl of Mulgrave, who died in . The young lord was put into the hands of a tutor, with whom he was so little satisfied, that he got rid of him in a short time, and, at an age not exceeding twelve years, resolved to educate himself. In addition to other troubles, Prince Rupert had at this time the mortification of knowing that his elder brother. Prince Charles Louis, was then, in London, acting as a friend to the Parliament, tt was just what might have been expected from the man who had allowed his brother to be carried prisoner to Vienna, while he took care to secure his Author: Mary C. Bushe.
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An Elegy upon the most illustrious and high born Prince Rupert Duke of Cumberland, &c.: one of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy-Council, and one of the Most Honourable Order of the Garter, son of the Most Illustrious Prince Frederick the 5th, Prince Elector Palatine of the Rhine, and the high-born Princess the Lady Elizabeth, sister to our late soveraign of blessed memory, King Charles the.
Get this from a library. An Elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert: who departed this life May the 12th, [Person of quality.]. Collection: Early English Books Online Table of contents | Add to bookbag MEMENTO MORIoutline of tombstone including emblems of Death which surrounds textAN ELEGY ON That Illustrious and High-Born PRINCE RUPERT, Who Dyed on Wednesday November the 29th Get this from a library.
An elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert: who dyed on Wednesday November the 29th. [Person of quality.].
An elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert, who dyed on Wednesday November the : A person of quality. An elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert, who dyed on Wednesday November the 29th. Powered by DLXS To comment or inquire about content, contact [email protected] An elegy upon the most illustrious and high born Prince Rupert Duke of Cumberland, &c.
One of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy-Council, and one of the Most Honourable Order of the Garter, son of the Most Illustrious Prince Frederick the 5th, Prince Elector Palatine of the Rhine, and the high-born Princess the Lady Elizabeth, sister to our late soveraign of blessed memory, King Charles the.
Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, KG, PC, FRS (17 December (O.S.) / 27 December (N.S) – 29 November ) was a German-English army officer, admiral, scientist and colonial governor.
He first came to prominence as a Royalist cavalry commander during the English Civil War. Rupert was the third son of the German prince Frederick V of the Palatinate and Elizabeth, eldest. Prince Rupert, the most talented Royalist commander of the English Civil War (–51).
His tactical genius and daring as a cavalry officer brought him many victories early in the war, but his forces eventually were overcome by the more highly disciplined Parliamentary army.
Rupert’s father was. An Elegy, occasioned by the loss of the most incomparable Lady Stanhope, daughter to the Earl of Northumberland Close section Poems not included in the Edition of but added in reissue of An Elegy upon my best friend, L.
K.C. An elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert, who dyed on Wednesday November the 29th. A person of quality. London: Printed for Langly Curtis, Subject terms: Rupert, -- Prince, Count Palatine, -- Poetry -- Early works to Elegiac poetry, English -- 17th century. Prince Rupert -- The Last Cavalier () by British author Charles Spencer -- journalist (former correspondent for NBC News), writer, broadcaster, and the peer 9th Earl Spencer -- should be congratulated for writing this magnificent and comprehensive biography of Prince Rupert of the Rhine (), a prince who packed more life in his Reviews: A message with a letter sent by His Majesty to Prince Rupert: at or before the time of the taking or surrendring of Litchfield and the close: willing and commanding Prince Rupert not to use any cruelty upon the inhabitants of the aforesaid city of Litchfield, but with all possible care and providence to preserve the lives of our misled and blinded people: also to let the inhabitants upon.
King Charles's Pirate PrinceTo his fellow Royalists, fighting for King Charles I, Prince Rupert of the Rhine was the archetypal 'cavalier'.
Young, handsome, expert horseman, crack pistol shot, his swaggering style irritated the stuffier of the king's courtiers almost as much as the 'Roundheads' they were fighting.
To the parliamentarians, above all Oliver Cromwell, he was the ultimate 4/5(1). Prince Rupert: an illustrated history, Prince Rupert City & Regional Archives. Toronto Public Library. 22 books based on 5 votes: Prince Rupert of the Rhine by Patrick Morrah, The Winter Prince by Cheryl Sawyer, The Stranger Prince by Margaret Irwin, The V.
Prince Rupert of the Rhine’s poodle, Boy, was said to be a witch, but it was all fake news. by Eric Grundhauser Ma Years Later, English Schoolchildren Still. Book Description: This compelling book from Mark Stoyle sets out to uncover the true history of Boy, the canine companion of Charles I’s famous nephew, Prince Rupert.
Like his master, Boy was held to possess dark powers and was elevated to celebrity status. The story of Prince Rupert of the Rhine is the romantic and colourful story of an extraordinary military commander. His father was the Winter King of Bohemia, who had lost his kingdom at the beginning of the Thirty Years War; Rupert spent his early years as a prince without a s: 3.
Boy was turned into a public figure by two pieces of Royalist writing. First, an unpublished poem by John Cleveland, To Prince Rupert, used the dog as a satirical foil to Rupert's fearsome reputation.
Rupert was already said to be bulletproof ("shot-free") and was nicknamed Robert the Devil. The glorious and living cinque-ports of our fortunate island thrice happy in the persons of His Sacred Majestie, the illustrious and puissant Prince, His Royall Highnesse James Duke of Yorke, the two victorious and loyall generals, their united excellencies, Prince Rupert, and George Duke of Albermarle: the heroick and daring captaines in this.Book I, Chapter 9 Book II, Chapter 19; ANNE CLIFFORD.
The Knole Diary () (excerpts) ; ROBERT HERRICK. To the Most Illustrious, and Most Hopeful Prince, Charles, Prince of Wales The Argument of his Book When he would have his Verses Read The Difference Betwixt Kings and Subjects Upon the Loss of His Mistresses Cherry-Ripe.Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, KG, KB, FRS (26 April  – 31 October ), was the third and youngest son of King George II of Great Britain and Ireland and his wife, Caroline of was Duke of Cumberland from He is best remembered for his role in putting down the Jacobite Rising at the Battle of Culloden inwhich made him immensely popular throughout.