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UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
Epicedia universitatis Oxoniensis in obitum illustrissimæ principis Annæ Ducissæ Eboracensis.
Oxonii, e Theatro Sheldoniano,, 1671.
[52] p. ; 25.0 cm. (sm. 2°)

A collection of verses on the occasion of the death of Anne, Duchess of York and first wife of James II. Includes verses in Latin, Greek, Arabic, and Syriac, written by a number of Oxford scholars. Signatures: A-F² H-O²; the catchword on F2v connects with I1r (cf. Madan). ESTC r216922; Wing (2nd ed.), O882; Madan, III, 2869.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting sig. A2 (including the title-page). The final page has several Latin inscriptions in ink in a C17th hand, rubbed or crossed-out. Bound (3) in a collection of poetry.

Binding C18th half sprinkled calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt-tooled spine, green morocco spine label gilt-lettered 'Poems'. Later numbered '107' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5441

Additional Names York, Anne Hyde, Duchess of (1637--1671)

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