Collectanea Anglo-poetica: Or, A Bibliographical and Descriptive Catalogue of a Portion of a Collection of Early English Poetry, with Occasional Extracts and Remarks Biographical and Critical, Volum 91
Chetham society, 1873
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Pągina 95 - Some say good Will (which I, in sport, do sing) Had'st thou not plaid some Kingly parts in sport, Thou hadst bin a companion for a King; And, beene a King among the meaner sort.
Pągina 224 - Come live with mee, and bee my love, And wee will some new pleasures prove Of golden sands, and christall brookes, With silken lines, and silver hookes. There will the river whispering runne Warm'd by thy eyes, more than the Sunne. And there the inamor'd fish will stay, Begging themselves they may betray.
Pągina 222 - Thinke then, my soule, that death is but a Groome, Which brings a Taper to the outward roome, Whence thou spiest first a little glimmering light, And after brings it nearer to thy sight : For such approaches doth heaven make in death.
Pągina 152 - THOMAS. — The Belman of London. Bringing to light the most notorious villanies that are now practised in the Kingdome.
Pągina 224 - And if myself have leave to see, I need not their light, having thee. Let others freeze with angling reeds, And cut their legs, with shells and weeds, Or treacherously poor fish beset, With strangling snare, or windowy net: Let coarse bold hands, from slimy nest The bedded fish in banks out-wrest, Or curious traitors, sleave-silk flies Bewitch poor fishes
Pągina 15 - The which doth all afore him far surpasse : Appearing well in that well tuned song, Which late he sung unto a scornfull lasse.
Pągina 109 - Nor as the spider in his web is pent ; Nor as the wax retains the print in it ; Nor as a vessel water doth contain ; Nor as one liquor in another shed ; Nor as the heat doth in the fire remain ; Nor as a voice throughout the air is spread : But as the fair and cheerful morning light Doth here and there her...
Pągina 129 - The Wonderfull yeare, 1603. Wherein is shewed the picture of London, lying sicke of the Plague.