2 edition of Votivum Carolo, or, A Welcome to His Sacred Majesty Charles the II found in the catalog.
Votivum Carolo, or, A Welcome to His Sacred Majesty Charles the II
|Other titles||Votivum Carolo, A Welcome to His Sacred Majesty Charles the II|
|Statement||from the masters and scholars of VVoodstock-School in the county of Oxford|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1581:44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 20 p|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Get this from a library. Votivum Carolo, or, A Welcome to His Sacred Majesty Charles the II. [Woodstock School.;]. Woodstock School Votivum Carolo June Titlepage: VOTIVUM CAROLO, / OR / A WELCOME to his Sacred / MAJESTY / CHARLES the II. / [rule] / From the Master and Scholars of Wood-/ stock-School in the County of Oxford.
/ [rule] / [design: crowned rose and crowned thistle] / [rule] / Printed in the Year / [enclosed within ornamental box]. Wing: W [Published in. He also published ‘Votivum Carolo, or a Welcome to his sacred Majesty Charles II from the Master and Scholars of Woodstock School,’ a volume of English and Latin verses composed by Gregory and his : He also published ‘Votivum Carolo, or a Welcome to his sacred Majesty Charles II from the Master and Scholars of Woodstock School,’ a volume of English and Latin verses composed by Gregory and his pupils.
London: printed by J. Macock, for Richard Royston, book-seller to His most Sacred Majesty $2, Octavo, 6 3/4 X 4 1/2 inches. A-E8 This copy is bound in full original sheep neatly rebacked. Gregory, born aboutwas a native of Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
He also published ‘Votivum Carolo, or a Welcome to his sacred Majesty Charles II from the Master and Scholars of Woodstock School,’ a volume of English and Latin verses composed by Gregory and his pupils.
Shortly afterwards he became head-master of a newly founded school at Witney, Oxfordshire, and 22 Sept. he was incorporated D.D.
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() [King of England Charles I] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original workAuthors: Charles I, King of England. VOTIVUM CAROLO, / OR / A WELCOME to his Sacred / MAJESTY / CHARLES the II.
/ [rule] / From the Master and Scholars of Wood-/ stock-School in the County of Oxford. / [rule] / [design: crowned rose and crowned thistle] / [rule] / Printed in the Year / [ornamental box] Format: Qto. t/p + [A]-[D4], last two blank.
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