|Genre||Poetry, Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1760:12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p|
Caryl, Joseph, The mock-elogie on the funeral of Mr. Caryl: gloriously solemnized, February 25th. /3. by an unparallell'd concourse and attendance of all sorts and sects of people - . , English, Book edition: A scourge for the libeller or A sober vindication of Doctor Wild, and the memory of Mr. Caryl [electronic resource]: from the rude aspersions of a scandalous sheet intituled, The mock-elogie, &c. An elegy on Mrs. Rhoda Caryl wife of Mr. John Caryl, of Stockbridge: who departed this life April 23d, / by: Loveland, Samuel C. Published: (). Search for books, ebooks, and physical media Search. Search for books, articles, library site, almost anything Find.
The mock-elogie on the funeral of Mr. Caryl; gloriously solemnized, February 25th. /3. by an unparallell'd concourse and attendance of all sorts and sects of people. [between ] A mock-song: or, Love and no love. cervantes in seventeenth-century england And in the course of the festivity, in order that there be no lack of light entertainment, there was a Don Quixote who appeared toward the end [of the procession] as a knight-errant—alone, unaccompanied—wearing a large hat on his head and a raggedy cape and sleeves of the same material, velvet.