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  • Hopeful Prince, Charles, Prince of Wales by Robert Herrick 118911To the Most Illustrious, and Most Hopeful Prince, Charles, Prince of WalesRobert Herrick
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  • bishop of Lincoln; Frederick, elector palatine; Charles, prince of Wales (an equestrian portrait, with a view of Richmond palace in the distance, exceedingly
    340 bytes (285 words) - 10:27, 18 February 2013
  • 1616, and in the same year became groom of the bedchamber and master of the robes to Charles, prince of Wales. Negotiations at the same time were begun
    410 bytes (462 words) - 20:06, 4 July 2013
  • Many of the epigrams and anagrams are addressed to distinguished personages, such as Charles, Prince of Wales, George Villiers, Marquis of Buckingham
    323 bytes (214 words) - 12:08, 28 January 2011
  • pp. 461; London, 1653, 12mo, pp. 643. Dedicated to Charles, prince of Wales. Gee, in his ‘Foot out of the Snare,’ 1624, mentions the work as by ‘M. Pateson
    345 bytes (222 words) - 18:40, 27 June 2011
  • son of Robert, lord Rich, and eldest daughter and coheiress of Sir Henry Knevet of Charlton, Wiltshire. At the creation of Charles, prince of Wales, 3
    410 bytes (684 words) - 14:59, 29 January 2011
  • "Charles II" Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, by Adolphus William Ward To the Most Illustrious, and Most Hopeful Prince, Charles, Prince of
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  • coheiress of Gilbert, seventh earl of Shrewsbury. At the creation of Charles, prince of Wales, on 3 Nov. 1616, he was made K.B. (Metcalfe, Book of Knights
    418 bytes (695 words) - 15:01, 29 January 2011
  • Abbot, John (DNB00) (category Biographies of people from the United Kingdom)
    was printed. The volume has two dedications: the primary one to Charles, Prince of Wales, in verse, signed with the author’s name; the second in the Spanish
    414 bytes (259 words) - 23:23, 17 May 2013
  • following year the bridegroom was made a knight of the Bath on the occasion of the creation of Charles Prince of Wales (3 Nov.) In 1619 (21 May) he was entered
    416 bytes (392 words) - 06:47, 19 June 2013
  • chief justice of the common pleas, 26 Nov. 1613. In 1617 he became chancellor and keeper of the great seal to Charles, prince of Wales, in succession
    344 bytes (841 words) - 11:51, 2 April 2013
  • collegiate church of Brecon in 1589, held the archdeaconry of Cardigan from 1589 to 1629, became chaplain in ordinary to Charles, prince of Wales, and was designed
    408 bytes (330 words) - 20:29, 4 March 2013
  • ‘Archæologia’ (xxi. 148–57) the warrant of indemnity to lord treasurer Middlesex for the jewels sent to Charles, prince of Wales, in Spain. Among those who benefited
    354 bytes (435 words) - 20:08, 12 January 2013
  • court of James I. On the creation of Charles, prince of Wales, in November 1616, he was made knight of the Bath, being one of four youths, the eldest of whom
    398 bytes (950 words) - 21:30, 28 March 2013
  • relationship Muir makes reference in a set of verses addressed to Charles, prince of Wales, afterwards Charles I. His muse, he says, can make but little
    370 bytes (650 words) - 15:23, 27 June 2012
  • dedicated to Charles, Prince of Wales, adds to Vieta's theorems on angular sections demonstrations subsequently incorporated in the edition of the French
    480 bytes (483 words) - 12:39, 28 January 2011
  • author of two translations: ‘A Treatise of the Court’ (1622), from the French of E. du Refuge, which is dedicated to Charles, prince of Wales, and ‘The
    448 bytes (568 words) - 09:28, 31 July 2011
  • 2. ‘Visiones Rervm. The Visions of Things, or foure Poems,’ 16mo, London, 1623, dedicated to Charles, prince of Wales, to whom he renews the suit addressed
    319 bytes (654 words) - 20:02, 20 August 2011
  • ‘Synopsis Œconomica,’ 8vo, Paris, 1620, which he dedicated to Charles, prince of Wales. It was reprinted at Rostock in 1624, and again at Frankfort in
    325 bytes (754 words) - 20:32, 27 December 2011
  • his patent was renewed on his appointment as chancellor to Charles, prince of Wales. He died of the ‘new ague’ while on circuit, on 3 Aug. 1616, at Kendal
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