An Account of the Visit of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent and Their Imperial and Royal Majesties the Emperor of Russia and the King of Prussia to the University of Oxford in June MDCCCXIV..

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At the Clarendon Press, 1815 - Dinners and dining - 77 pages
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Page 7 - May it please your Royal Highness, " We, his Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the...
Page 32 - An Account of the Visit of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, and their Imperial and Royal Majesties the Emperor of Russia and King of Prussia, to the University of Oxford, in June, 1814.
Page 71 - To His Royal Highness the Prince Regent. " We, His Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of...
Page 63 - ... was read by the high sheriff, and to which his royal highness returned a most gracious answer. His royal highness honoured the society of Christ-Church with his company at dinner in their hall, to which the nobility, and all the members of the society were invited. After dinner his royal highness ordered the college book to be brought, and the dean, by his command, inserted his name among the list of members. The most interesting incident on this occasion was a speech from Marshal Prince Blucher....
Page 59 - He held high festival, triumphant by his side. He comes, by Europe's wishes blest ; By honour, more than princely birth, Link'd to either generous Guest, The mirrors of each other's worth. For nought so binds the great and good As glory's prize in concert won, As danger in a mighty cause pursued, And mercy's kingly deeds together done. Britain, through all thy isles rejoice, And hail with cheering hand and voice, Those hallow'd ties which bind the patriot THREE, The champions of the world, — the...
Page 41 - OXFORD, exult !— behold the period come, When conquering Kings adorn this classic dome: Oxford, raise high thy head, and gladly pay The homage due on this thy festal day.
Page 72 - To this address His Royal Highness was pleased to return the following reply : — " My Lords and Gentlemen, — I thank you for your address. It is a source of sincere pleasure to me to discharge the duty which has been confided to me by Her Majesty the Queen in thus inaugurating your Exhibition. It is not less in accordance with my own feelings than with those of Her...
Page 73 - ... the Procession, as well as the Procession itself, be arranged according to the plan agreed on in the year 1703. In conformity with this plan, the Members of the University will, according to their respective gowns and seniority, range themselves at half-past ten in the morning of Tuesday, the 14th instant, on each side of High Street, in lines extending from St. Mary's Church to the further extremity of Magdalen Bridge, the Seniors being nearest to the Bridge so as to leave the centre of the...
Page 43 - Transcend the Historian's pen, or Poet's Yet not to you alone shall mortals bow In awful love, and pay the grateful vow ; But ye yourselves must bow, your praise be given, .To Him the LORD of Lords, your King in heaven ! 1 HENRY BOSAMQUET, Carpus Ch riili College.

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