|Statement||written by Mr. Rymer|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1156:10|
|The Physical Object|
Author of A poem on the arrival of Queen Mary, February the 12th, , The tragedies of the last age, An essay concerning critical and curious learning (), An essay concerning critical and curious learning [by] T.R. (), To the Right Reverend the Ld. Bishop of Carlisle. Containing an historical deduction of the alliances between France and Scotland. To which is added, a . He produced a congratulatory poem upon the arrival of Queen Mary in Westminster with William III on 12 February Rymer's next piece of authorship was to translate the sixth elegy of the third book of Ovid's Tristia for Dryden's Miscellany Poems (Silvae, Second Part of Miscellanies, 2nd edition (), p. ). Mary I (known as Mary, Queen of Scots, Mary Stuart, and in France as Marie Stuart) was Queen of Scotland from 14 December to 24 July She was the only surviving legitimate child of King James V.3/5(1). Rymer, Thomas, A poem on the arrival of Queen Mary, February the 12th, written by Mr. Rymer. (London: Printed for Awnsham Churchil , ) (HTML at EEBO TCP) Rymer, Thomas, A poem on the Prince of Orange his expedition and success in England written by Mr. Rymer.
For I’m to be Queen o’ the May, mother, I’m to be Queen o’ the May. I think my kids’ poetry book must have only included the first section. I certainly didn’t realize that by poem’s end the speaker has wasted away and gone to Heaven, in the best Victorian fashion. Tennyson wrote that part later. Queen Mary is an interesting character. She was a poor cousin of the family that became the Windsors. Queen Victoria adored her and thought she would be a good wife for her oldest grandson Prince Albert Victor. When he died Queen Victoria decided that Queen Mary should be married to his younger brother, the future George V/5. Aphra Behn, A Congratulatory Poem to Her Sacred Majesty, Queen Mary Upon Her Arrival in England () Aphra Behn was approaching the end of her career by the Glorious Revolution. During the previous two decades, she had established a reputation as both a prolific playwright and an apologist for the Stuart regime. James Pope-Hennessey's Queen Mary is a thoroughly researched, well-written, masterpiece royal biography. It was written and published in the s when official biographers rarely spoke against their subjects, so there aren't a lot of WOW moments or Cited by: 4.
Book: Rymer, Thomas. A Poem on the Arrival of Queen Mary, February the 12th, London.. Early English Books Online. Rymer compares Mary to Pyhrra, Deucalion's bride: according to Ovid, after the Deluge the couple threw rocks over their shoulders, which metamorphosed into babies who grew up and re-populated the world. There's also a full set of deck plans, a beautiful four-foot long foldout color cross-section of the ship, and a number of pages from the "Queen Mary Book of Comparisons." On a visual level, this book is superb, but as an actual history of the ship, it's a little lacking in depth/5(16). Mary Stuart: The Poet. Mary, Queen of Scots Home Page. The following sonnet was written by Mary during her incarceration in Fotheringhay. The next poem is an ode to the death of her first husband, the French king Francis II. Although Mary was fluent in both French and old Scot she preferred to write in French which was the language of the court. Full text of "Queen Mary's book; a collection of poems and essays. Edited by Mrs. P. Stewart-Mackenzie Arbuthnot" See other formats.