Elegiac Poetry Latin Medieval And Modern England Early Work To 1800 : Epicedion apostrophicon honorabili et de patria optimè merito viro, Domino Richardo Fenne equiti, [microform] : nobilissimae et Florentissimae Reipublicae Londinensis per 13 annos senatori ex-praetori, supremoq; vrbis militae praefecto, anno domini 1639; aetatis verò suae 76, die 19 Augusti piè in Christo mortua, et 25 Septembris honorificè solemnis senatoribus more sepulto. / De grati monumenti loco maerens posuit Ioh. Sictor Bohemus..; Sictor, Jan,
Elegiac Poetry Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : A funeral elegy humbly dedicated to the renowned memory of the honourable, Thomas Danforth Esq. of Cambridge, : sometimes deputy governour in the colony of the Massachusetts-Bay, and president of the province of main; and one of His Majesties honourable council. Judge of the superiour court in the providence of the Massachusetts-Bay in New England; who (after he had long served his generation by the will of God in several high stations) did to our inconceivable loss, but his unparallel'd gain, rest from all his labours, on the sacred day of rest, the memorable 5th of November : Anno Domini. 1699.; Danforth, John,
Elegy On Sir Thomas Armstrong : A letter to Ferguson, or any other, the suppos'd author of a late scandalous libel, entituled, An elogie upon Sir Tho. Armstrong. From one that heartily wishes them what they deserve..
Elegy On That Reverend And Learned Minister Of The Gospel Mr William Jenkin : The elegy on that reverend presbyter Mr. William Jenkins, : who finisht his obstinacy the 19th. of January in the goal of Newgate, where are above fourscore dissenters, of almost as many of the several scattered churches remaining. In a dialogue between despair and comfort: in imitation of a former elegy, in dialogue between faith and sense. Seiz'd and supprest by authority.