Monuments of honor


Monuments of honor [Electronic resource] : derived from remarkable antiquity, and celebrated in the honorable city of London at the sole munificent charge and expences of the right worthy and worshipfull fraternity, of the emminent Merchant-Taylors : directed in their most affectionate love at the confirmation of their right worthy brother John Gore in the high office of His Maiesties Li eu!tenant [sic] over this his roy a!ll [sic] chamber : expressing in a magnificent tryumph, all the pageants, chariots of glory, temples of honor, besides a specious and goodly sea tryumph, as well particularly to the honor of the city, as generally to the glory of this our Kingdome / invented and written by John Webster


Webster, John, 1580?-1625?


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Plays -- England -- 17th century

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Monuments of honour — The complete works of John Webster. Volume 3 Webster, John, 1580?-1625? Lucas, F. L. (Frank Laurence), 1894-1967 Chatto & Windus London: 1927

Note: The complete works of John Webster was published in four vols


Mode of access: Online. OTA website

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