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it selfe deceives. B] shield of fond.
1. 31. A and B] not North. 1. 34. C] repenrance. A Last line. A and B] Chymicks.
p. 296, 1. 2. p. 297, l. 1. and B] of things.
A and B] strange witchcraft.
A full stop has been taken away after Crashaws.
Moone at the.
1. 12. A, B and G] thinne dilemma. 1. 13. A, B and G] like the A full stop has been added at the end of this line and 1. 14. A, B and G] Thou art Loves. 1. 15. A, B an steward of our growing stocke. 1. 16. A, B and G] Cro 1. 20. C] ckeek. 1. 21. A, B and G] Thou thus ste A, B and G] Chaste kisse wrongs no. 1. 26. A, B an 1. 27. A, B and G] Nor need wee kill. 1. 28. A, B an Last line. A and B] subtile essence.
p. 298, l. 1. 1. 3. A, B and
A, B and G] law warres. 1. 2. A, B and G omit] walks
1. 11. A, B an
And forrage in the fields of light, and love. 1. 6. A and B] where, or what. 1. 10. C] antitode. Temper'd 'twixt cold despaire. 1. 15. A, B and G] And loves. G] fierc fruitlesse. 1. 16. G omits] all. 1. 17. A and B] Huntresse. A and B] field.
EPIGRAMMATA SACRA, 2nd Edn., 1670. Only those poen in the 1st edition are here printed. I do not know what authority there be for these additions, so long after Crawshaw's death, but they are pro genuine as two are in the Sancroft MS. (Improba turba tace and Ő u pp. 304 and 305). As the first of these differs somewhat from the Sa copy I have given the MS. form in its place on p. 318 (Tu mala turba ta 1. 14. "Hn in text.
p. 303, 1. 2. σeds in text. p. 305, 1. 4. E] ego ut. 1. 8. E] error abegit. 1. 13. E] Ex me.
1. 12. E] Ex his
p. 339, 1. 18. Mr F. G. Plaistowe, M.A., Librarian of Queens' C who has very kindly allowed me to refer to him in a few cases of diffic the reading of Abp Sancroft's transcript, suggests that ȧvalkŋy in the an error for ἀνάγκην.
p. 345, l. 13. E] forbid the.
p. 346. D gives the following variations in this poem. 1. I. Petronius. 1. 8. And dayntyest drake. The two following lines T ...new' are not in D. 1. 13. pretious Scarus. 1. 17. The Barbill
1. 18. And cloying. p. 349, l. 6. E] from of.
p. 351, 1. 9.
A full stop has been supplied after villanie.
for Chloe that.
p. 364, 11. 20 and 24. A colon has been supplied at the end of ea and also at the end of 1. 19, p. 366.
Christus Vitis ad Vinitorem Patrem
Coepit lacrymis rigare pedes ejus, &
Congestis omnibus peregrè profectus
Constituerunt ut si quis confiteretur
Councel concerning her choise, To the
Crashawe, The Anagramme He was
Crowne of thornes taken downe from
Crucifix, Upon the Bleeding 241
Cum tot signa edidisset, non crede-
Cùm tot signa edidisset, non crede-
Cupid's Cryer. Out of the Greeke 128
Date Caesari 34
Death's Lecture and the Funeral of a
De Christi contra mundum pugna 46
Hymn of the Church, in Meditation
of the Day of Judgment, The 251
I am not worthy that thou should'st
I am readie not onely to be bound,
I am the doore 78
Ille et nefasto... Horatii Ode (In
In amorem divinum (Hermannus
In Apollinem depereuntem Daphnen
In aquam baptismi Dominici 30
In caecos Christum confitentes, Phari-
In caeterorum Operum difficili Par-
In Christum Vitem 39
In cicatrices Domini adhuc superstites
In cicatrices Domini Jesu 344
In coetum coelestem omnium Sanc-
In Cygnaeam Di Jesû cantionem 317
In die Ascensionis Dominicae (Latin)
In die Ascensionis Dominicae (Greek)
In die Conjurationis sulphureae 21
In D. Joannem, quem Domitianus
Joh. 1. 23 311
Joh. 6. 14. 26 309
King's Coronation, Upon the 355,
Lauda Sion Salvatorem. The H
for the Bl. Sacrament 248
Legatio Baptistae ad Christum
Lord, naked and bloody, On
Lord's last comfortable discourse