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Visit of Anna of Denmark to Cawsome House and the wedding of Friedrich, Elector Palatine to Elizabeth, Princess of England. (London: 1613)
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A Relation of the Late Royall Entertainment Given by the Right Honourable the Lord Knowles, at Cawsome House neere Redding: to our most Gracious Queene, Queene Anne, in her progresse toward the Bathe (London, 1613)
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  Title_page
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  Pageant A Cynic appears from a bower
Section 'A Relation of the late Royall...'
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  Oration BY Cynic to Queen. This is followed by a speech from the Traveller. They then converse.
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  Dance They sing and dance.
Song Two Keepers, two Robinhood-men, the fantastick Traveller and the Cynick.
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  Song Sung by the Gardiner's boy and man.
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  Pageant Characters from before reappear and entertain her with dialogue, song and dance.
Section 'Supper being ended, her Maiestie accompanied with many Lords and Ladies came into the Hall...'
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  Oration Parting speech by the Gardiner, followed by a song for three voices.
Speech
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  Masque The Lords Masque with Orpheus, Mania, and Entheus etc.
Section 'The description of the speeches, and songs, of the Lords Maske, Presented in the Banquetting-house on the mariage night of the high and mightie Count Palatine, and the royally descended the Ladie Elizabeth'.
Festival details

Festival:
Visit of Anna of Denmark to Cawsome House and the wedding of Friedrich, Elector Palatine to Elizabeth, Princess of England.

Date:
1613

City:
London

Participants:
Anna (Anne) of Denmark (1574-1619), m. James VI, King of Scotland and I of England
Elizabeth (1596-1662), princess of England, m. Friedrich V, Elector Palatine and King of
Frederick (Friedrich) V (1596-1632), Elector Palatine of the Rhine, King of Bohemia (as Frederick I)

Dynasty:
Stuart
Book details

Title:
A Relation of the Late Royall Entertainment Given by the Right Honourable the Lord Knowles, at Cawsome House neere Redding: to our most Gracious Queene, Queene Anne, in her progresse toward the Bathe

Names:
Campion, Thomas (Author)
Budge, John (Bookseller)

Published:
London, 1613

Shelfmark:
C.33.e.7.(8.)

Format:
[32] pp. 4ยบ

References:
Watanabe No. 2532. Cf. also 2531 and 2530.

Notes:
"Ann Dyson" written on title page in contemporary hand.
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