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E.W. (Edmund Waller)
Gentleman that loves the peace
True son of the Church of England and a lover of his countries liberty
W, Edmund Waller
Waller, Edmund (Mr)
Musical sound recording
Cowley, Abraham (1618-1667)
Denham, John (1615-1669)
Drury, G. Thorn (1860-1931)
Drury, George Thorn (1860-1931)
Gilfillan, George (1813-1878))
Lawes, Henry (1596-1662)
Milton, John (1608-1674)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon Earl of, 1633?-1685
Stockdale, Percival (1736-1811)
Thorn-Drury, George (1860-1931))
Young, Edward (1683-1765)
Amour divin, poëme, traduit de l'anglais d'Edmond Waller par A. Cunyngham, L'
Bell's British poets
Bell's edition : the poets of Great Britain complete from Chaucer to Churchill.
Early Augustan Virgil : translations by Denham, Godolphin, and Waller
Epistles ; Songs ; Epigrams, epitaphs, fragments ; [Prologues and epilogues] ; Divine poems etc. etc. etc. [Observations]
Go, Lovely Rose, Op. 24 No. 3
Letters supposed to have passed between M. de St. Evremond and Mr. Waller, collected and published by the editor of the letters between Theodosius and Constantia [John Langhorne]...
life of Edmund Waller, The
Mr. Wallers speech in Parliament, at a conference of both Houses in the painted chamber. 6. Iuly 1641
panegyrick to my Lord Protector, 1655:, A
panegyrick to my Lord Protector, of the present greatness and joynt interest of His Highness, and this nation., A
Poems, 1645, together with poems from Bodleian MS Don d 55.
Poems, &c Written upon several occasions, and to several persons. By Edmond Waller, Esq; the eighth edition, with additions. To which is prefix'd the author's life.
Poems, &c. Written upon several occasions, and to several persons. By Edmond Waller, Esq; the ninth edition, with additions. To which is prefix'd the author's life
Poems, etc. written upon several occasions and to several persons by Edmond Waller,... The 4th edition, with several additions, never before printed
poems of Edmund Waller., The
Poems upon several occasions. By Edmund Waller, Efq
poetical works of Edmund Waller and Sir John Denham, The
poetical works of Edmund Waller, in two volumes. From Mr. Fenton's. Quarto edit. 1729 With the life of the author, The
poetical works of Edmund Waller In two volumes. From Mr. Fenton's quarto edition, 1729. With the life of the author., The
Poetical works/of Edmund Waller, The ; in two volumes, from Mr. Fenton's quarto edition 1729. With the life of the author. - Bell's 2nd ed.
Pompey the great, a tragedy... translated out of French... [from "La mort de Pompée" by Corneille]
second part of Mr Waller's poems
Selected poems of Abraham Cowley, Edmund Waller and John Oldham
Songs and verses selected from the works of Edmund Waller.
Speech in Parliament, at a conference of both Houses in the painted chamber. 6. July 1641
To the King, upon His Majesties happy return
To the Kings most Excellent Majesty
Tryal of John Hambden, Esq.
tryal of John Hampden, Esq. (of Stoke-Mandeville in the county of Bucks) in the great case of ship-money, between His Majesty K. Charles I and that gentleman, The : wherein are inserted the whole record in Latin and English, the several arguments of council learned in the law on both sides in that most remarkable case at the bar : with the opinions of all the judges on the bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. : as also Mr. St. John's speech in the House of Lords Jan. 7, 1640 concerning ship-money, with Mr. Waller's speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640 on the same subject : and, his famous speech in Parliament at a conference of both Houses in the Painted-Chamber, July 6, 1641 on the exhibiting articles by the Commons against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the judges who gave judgment for the King in that cause : to which is added, the tryal of Thomas Harrison, clerk, for words spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton (when sitting afterwards upon the bench of the Court of Common-Pleas in Westminster-Hall), accusing him of high-treason, in delivering his opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, that the King had no lawful power in levying the ship-money, and that he therefore denied the King's supremacy : with the proceedings thereupon and his sentence by the court
Two worlds : for four-part chorus of mixed voices and piano
works of Edmund Waller, esq., in verse and prose. To which is prefixed, the life of the author, The
works of Edmund Waller, esqr., in verse and prose., The
Works of Edmund Waller,... in verse and prose, published by Mr Fenton, The
works of the British poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical. By Robert Anderson, M. D. Volume fifth, The ; containing Milton, Cowley, Waller, Butler and Denham.