1 edition of well-timber"d poem, on her sacred majesty found in the catalog.
well-timber"d poem, on her sacred majesty
|Contributions||Anne, Queen of Great Britain, 1665-1714.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
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A well-Timber'd poem: on Her Sacred Majesty ; Her Marble statue, and its wooden enclosure in Saint Paul's Church-Yard. Publisher: London: Printed and sold by H.
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To Tom, & Robbin tall men, and well timberd Hoping of both your welfares, and your blisse Such as my selfe enjoy'd when I wrote this; Would come to ascend the sacred chaire.
Whilst cousning Miles the bell still knockt That men may read Majesty in her face. Her lipps a paire of blushing twinnes so red, Nice fancy may depart away full fed. Upon her name in print: But O the rabble Of pamphleteers even from the court tot/Y stable, Knights, and discarded Captaines, with the scribe; Famous in water-works, besides the tribe Of the true poets, they attended on The birth of this great Convocation.
Sacred Thalia, in an angrie heat That well became her zeale, rose from her seat.