Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis de serenissimi principis reditu ex Hispanijs exoptatissimo quam augustissimo Regi Iacobo, celsissimoq[ue] ... sui voti testimonium esse voluit. (1623)
Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis de serenissimi principis reditu ex Hispanijs exoptatissimo quam augustissimo Regi Iacobo, celsissimoq[ue] principi Carolo ardentissimi sui voti testimonium esse voluit.
University of Cambridge.
Possibly intended to be issued with: Herbert, George. Oratio quâ: auspicatissimum serenissimi principis Caroli, reditum ex Hispaniis celebravit Georgus Herbert Academiae Cantabrigiensis orator.
A later state of STC 4487, with leaf F4 cancelled by quire G.
, 52,  p.
[Cambridge] : Ex officina Cantrelli Legge, almae matris Cantabrigiae typographi, 1623.
Oates, J.C.T. Cambridge books of congratulatory verses 1603-1640 and their binders. Transact. Camb. Bib. Soc. I (1953), p. 395-421, no. 4 (ii). /
STC (2nd ed.) / 4488
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