Great Britaines time of triumph. Or, The solid subiects observation, shewing in what a magnificent manner, the citizens of London entertained the Kings most excellent majestie, and how the honourable Lord Mayor of London, with the warlike artillery men in their glittering armour, gave His Majestie a martiall-like welcome : also how they presented to His Grace a most rich and costly gift, in token of their loyalty to their soveraigne. Afterward how they solemnized a stately feast, to the which came both the Kings majestie, his gracious Queen Mary, and his royall sonne, Charles our honourable Prince of Wales, whom God preserve : and lastly how the drums beat, trumpets sound, muskets rattle, cannons roare, flags display'd bonfires blasing, bells ringing, with all the melody that might possible be made for ioy of the Kings Majesties safe returne to England. /
|Main Author:||L. P. fl. 1625-1680?|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for R. Burton and are to bee sold at the horse-shooe in Smith-field,
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