Henry King was an English poet and bishop.
The eldest son of John King, Bishop of London, and his wife Joan Freeman, he was baptised at Worminghall, Buckinghamshire, 16 January 1592. He was educated at Lord Williams's School, Westminster School and in 1608 became a student of Christ Church, Oxford. With his brother John King he matriculated 20 January 1609, and was admitted (19 June 1611 and 7 July 1614) to the degrees of bachelor and master of arts. On 24 January 1616 he was collated to the prebend of St. Pancras in St. Paul's Cathedral, receiving at the same time the office of penitentiary or confessor in the cathedral, together with the rectory and ... more »
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- A Contemplation upon Flowers
- Exequy on his Wife
- A Renunciation
- The Exequy
- Sic Vita
- AN ELEGY Upon the immature loss of the m...
- Another of the same, paraphrased for an ...
- Being waked out of my sleep by a snuff o...
- Loves Harvest
- AN ELEGY Upon S. W. R.
- AN ELEGY Occasioned by the losse of the ...
- An Epitaph on Niobe turned to Stone
- AN ELEGY Upon Mrs. Kirk unfortunately dr...
- Madam Gabrina, Or the Ill-favourd Choice
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