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War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714)

' War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714) ' contains the following 13 items:

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Advice to Mr Vario the painter [ID: 85449156]

A poem On the defeat of the French and Bavarians, by the confederate forces, commanded by His Grace, the Duke of Marlborough. First line reads: Vario, no more thy sacred skill prophane. In one column. Mr. Vario = Antonio Verrio. In praise of Marlborough's victory at Bleinheim. Imprint from colophon.

Printer: Tookey, R. (Robert), fl. 1700-1728

Date printed: 1705

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To the Right Honourable Mr Harley, wounded by Guiscard [ID: 86225410]

First line reads: As a Young Lawyer many Years will drudge. In one column. Two lines from Horace beneath title. Verse in eight stanzas; first line: In one great now, superior to an age. Anonymous. By Matthew Prior. Price two pence.

Author: Prior, Matthew, 1664-1721

Printer: Tonson, Jacob, 1656?-1736

Date printed: 1711

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Excellent new song, being the intended speech of a famous orator against peace [ID: 86313486]

First line reads: An orator dismal of Nottinghamshire. In one column. Anonymous. By Jonathan Swift. Orator = Daniel Finch, Earl of Nottingham. An attack on Daniel Finch, 2d earl of Nottingham, who voted against the preliminaries for a peace.

Author: Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745

Date printed: 1711

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To the Duke of Marlborough, upon the late victory at Blaregnies [ID: 86313501]

Imprint from colophon. First line reads: Tho' bold the muse, yet scarce she dares assay. In one column.

Printer: Berington, Edward

Publisher: Sanger, Egbert

Date printed: 1709

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On His Grace the Duke of Marlborough going for Holland [ID: 86313503]

" ... In imitation of the third ode of the first book of Horace". First line reads: Thrice happy barque, to whom is giv'n. Anonymous. By William Harison. In one column. Price 2d.

Author: Harison, William, 1685-1713

Date printed: 1707

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His Grace the Duke of Marlborough's welcome into the city of London [ID: 86313504]

" ... January the 6th 1705". His Grace the Duke of Marlborough's welcome into the city of London, January the 6th 1705 - first line reads: Thrice welcome home, thou mighty/ (conqueror. His Grace the Duke of Marlborough's welcome into the city of London, January the 6th 1705.

Date printed: 1705

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(2) Near to the sacred and immortal frame, known by the Gentiles great apostle's name, in form majestick Anna seem'd to rise [ID: 74895211]

First line reads: Near to the sacred and immortal frame. In one column. Title from first lines of text. Against the peace with France.

Date printed: 1712

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(4) Ode [ID: 74895538]

First line reads: Ormond's glory, Marlbrough's Arms. In one column.

Date printed: 1705

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(9) Clare's dragoons [ID: 74897017]

First line reads: When on Ramillies' bloody field. In two columns with an illustration above the title. Air: - Viva la.

Date printed: 1860

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(10) Lord Malborough [sic] [ID: 74897572]

Dated at the foot of the sheet in pencil '1810'. First line reads: You generals and champions bold that take de-/light in field. In one column.

Date printed: 1810

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(11) Duke of Marlborough [ID: 74897575]

The battle of Ramillies took place on 23rd May, 1706. First line reads: You Generals, and champions bold. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1820-1844

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(12) Lord Marlborough [ID: 74897578]

The battle of Ramillies took place on 23rd May, 1706. Lord Marlborough - first line reads: You generals and champions bold. I'm bother'd from head to the tail - first line reads: At sixteen years old you could get little good of me. I'm bother'd from head to the tail - air: Dear, dear, what can the matter be? In two columns with an illustration above the second. Two ballads.

Date printed: 1850

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(13) Advice to the high--church [ID: 74897923]

First line reads: You talk of your high-church addresses. In two columns. Against a peace with France.

Date printed: 1711