2 edition of Secular ode on the jubilee at Pembroke College, Cambridge, in 1743. found in the catalog.
Secular ode on the jubilee at Pembroke College, Cambridge, in 1743.
by Printed for the Pembroke College Cambridge Society at the Cambridge University Press in (Cambridge, Eng
Written in English
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|Pagination||(1) l., iv p., (1) l :|
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Secular Ode. On the Jubilee at Pembroke College, Cambridge, in To the unknown Author of, War, an Epic Satire, publish'd last Month. The Rural Day. In Three Parts. The Speech of an old Oak to an extravagant young Heir.
Occasional verse by Christopher Smart, who addressed this heroic ode in ten stanzas to his Cambridge friend William Draper (). Draper had served with distinction at Fort St.
George in Madras () and in the expedition to Manila, where he had been captured and ransomed (). Churchill College, Cambridge; The Church of St Peter Mancroft, Norwich 1 items; You are searching in “Felbrigg, Norfolk (Accredited Museum) Secular ode on the jubilee at Pembroke College Cambridge in Christopher Smart () Felbrigg, Norfolk (Accredited Museum).
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