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" GOD gives not kings the stile of Gods in vaine, For on his throne his scepter do they swey : And as their subjects ought them to obey, So kings should feare and serve their God againe. If then ye would enjoy a happie... "
New poems of James I of England: from a hitherto unpublished manuscript (Add ... - Page 65
by James I (King of England) - 1911 - 121 pages
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The Lives of the Scotish Poets: With Preliminary Dissertations on ..., Volume 2

David Irving - Scottish poetry - 1804
...lanrell trie. The sonnet which he has prefixed to the contains some tolerably sonorous lines : God giues not kings the stile of gods in vaine, For on his throne his scepter doe they swey : And as their subiects ought them to obey, So kings should feare and serue their God againe. If then ye would enioy...
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Ancient Ballads : Selected from Percy's Collection: With Explanatory Notes ...

Lady - Ballads, English - 1807 - 211 pages
...HENRY. VTOD gives not kings the stile of God in vaine, For on his throne his scepter do they sway ; And as their subjects ought them to obey, So kings...their God againe. If then ye would enjoy a happie rcigne, Observe the statutes of our heavenly King ; And from his law make all your laws to spring,...
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The Caledonian muse: a chronological selection of Scotish poetry from the ...

Joseph Ritson - English poetry - 1821 - 232 pages
...PRINCE HENRY.] « BY KING JAMES VI.» From the " B«siXixw Awgw," 1603. GOD giues not Kings the ftile of GODS in vaine, For on his throne his Scepter doe they fwey: And as their fubiefts ought them to obey, So Kings fhould feare and ftrue their God againe. If...
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The Progresses, Processions, and Magnificent Festivities, of King ..., Volume 1

John Nichols - England - 1828 - 609 pages
...that time: "God gives not Kings the stile of Gods in vain, For on His Throne His sceptre do they sway; And as their subjects ought them to obey, So Kings should feare and serve their tJod againe. If then ye would enjoy a happie reigne, Observe the statutes of our Heavenly King ; And...
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The Grenada magazine; or, Monthly miscellany of religious and general ...

1833
...equivalent to did beare, or hath borne. A SONNET Addressed by King JAMES, to his Son Prince HENRY, GOD gives not Kings the stile of gods in vaine, For on his thron»! his scepter do they swey : And as their subjects ou^ht them to obey, So Kings should feare...
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Letters to King James the Sixth from the Queen, Prince Henry, Prince Charles ...

James I (King of England), Alexander Macdonald - History - 1835 - 88 pages
...compliments. " God giues not Kings the stile of Gods in vain, For on His Throne His sceptre do they sway, And as their subjects ought them to obey ; So Kings...and serve their God againe. If then ye would enjoy a happy reigne, Observe the Statutes of our Heavenly King, And from his law, make all your laws to spring....
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Letters to king James the sixth from the queen [and others]. From the ...

Anne (consort of James i, king of Gt. Britain.) - 1835
...compliments. " God giues not Kings the stile of Gods in vain, For on His Throne His sceptre do they sway, And as their subjects ought them to obey ; So Kings should feare and serve their God againc. If then ye would enjoy a happy reigne, Observe the Statutes of our Heavenly King, And from...
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Reliques of ancient English poetry: consisting of old heroic ..., Volume 2

Thomas Percy - Ballads, English - 1839
...Majesty's OWN Sonnet. GOD gives not kings the stile of Gods in vaine, For on his throne his scepter do they swey : And as their subjects ought them to obey,...their God againe. If then ye would enjoy a happie reigne, Observe the statutes of our heavenly King ; And from his law make all your laws to spring ;...
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine

1847
...called "Basilikon Doron," or "His Majestie's instructions to his dearest sonne Henry .the Prince-.'' GOD gives not kings the stile of gods in vaine, For on His throne His sceptre doe they sway : A ad as their subjects ought them to obey, So kings should feare and serve...
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Reliques of ancient English poetry, by T. Percy. Repr. entire from the ...

English poetry - 1858
...welcome to King James.' — 2 See Washington Irvlng's paper in the Sketch-book, ' A Royal Poet.' — ED. GOD gives not kings the stile of Gods in vaine, For on his throne his scepter do they swey : And as their subjects ought them to obey, So kings should feare and serve their God...
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