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APPENDIX

In the following references the lines are numbered from
the top of the page, including titles.

A=1646, B=1648, C=1652, D= British Museum Addit. MS. 33,219,
E=Sancroft MS., F= B. M. Addit. MS. 34,692, G=Harl. MS. 6,917 and 18.

EPIGRAMMATA SACRA. p. 25, 1. 5. Printed est but altered to sit in ink in copies seen. The original editions have been followed in printing the second letter of each initial word as a capital, and, for the sake of uniformity, the same style has been adopted in printing from MSS.

STEPS TO THE TEMPLE and DELIGHTS OF THE MUSES. p. 65, 1. 6. A] With other Delights. Il. 11, 12. A] Printed and Published according to Order. 1. 14. A] Printed by T. W. for

p. 67, 1. 20. A] fancied their dearest.

p. 70. Behind the page containing The Authors Motto A prints] Reader, there was a sudden mistake ('tis too late to recover it) thou wilt quickly find it out, and I hope as soone passe it over, some of the humane Poems are misplaced amongst the Divine."

p. 71, l. 4.

p. 72, 1. 5.

E] eye expends. 1. 27. E] that's vext.

1. 8.

D and E] manly sun. 1. 29. D and E] in a too warm bed. p. 73, 1. 2. Title in E] Upon the Water wch baptiz'd Christ. Title in E] Upon the Æthiopian. 1. 15. E gives the ref.] John 6. 1. 17. A, D and E] be sound. 1. 20. Title in E] On our Saviour's Sepulcher. This epigram and one or two others were selected by Crawshaw to form part of Carmen Deo Nostro. As the Divine Epigrams form a series by themselves I thought it better to print twice the very few so chosen, instead of omitting them here and giving only the later forms, as in the longer and separate poems (see pp. 230, 79 and 233, 83 and 243, 85 and 244). I. 23. E] widows two mites. Last line. E] other threw.

1. 24.

p. 74, 1. 1. Title in E] Upon the rich young man, Luke 15, 13. A also gives the ref.] Luke 15. 1. 7. Title in E] The sick crave the shadow of Peter. 1. 12. Title in E] Upon the print of Christ's wounds Joh. 20. 20. Title in E] Upon the tongue. E also adds as lines 5 and 6 of the epigram] Oh wild fire! oh rude tongue! if nought will shame thee, Hell hath a wilder fire, and that shall tame thee.

p. 75, 1. 2. Title in E] Mary to the Angell, shewing her the place, where Jesus lay. 1. 9. Title in E] Pilate washes his hands. 1. 13. D and E] his fountaine in thy. 1. 17. E] milkie founts. 1. 21. Title in E] On Christ's Miracle at the Supper.

p. 76, 1. 19. Title in E] Upon the Virgins looking on our Saviour. E] those teares.

1. 29.

P. 78,1. 3. E] (Lord) hath. 1. 10. B] wor'ds A] word's. 1. 17. Title in E] Christ accused answered nothing. 1. 20. D and E] spake when first he. 1. 24. Title in E] Christ turnes water into wine. 1. 26. D and E] sweet

acts.

P. 79, 1. 18. D] Had not. 1. 29. D] never was man. Title in E] In Sepulchrum Domini Luke 23 where was never man laid; see also p. 233Last line] A full stop has been supplied here, and elsewhere at the end of a poem, where it is left out in the original by a printer's error."

1. 7. E] of thee.

p. 80, 1. 1. Title in E] It is better to enter into the Kingdome of God with one eye, &c. 1. 5. E] Or if. 11. 9, 10. Title in E] Christ casteth out two divells at once. 1. 12. A] on B] one. 1. 14. A] is B] his. Title in E] To them yt passed by at of Saviors passion. 1. 24. Title in E] Blessed is-& the papps, wch thou hast suckt &c.

11. 16, 17.

p. 81, l. 1.

Title in E] On Pilate washing his hands B] blood-stanied. 1. 12. E] its own 1. 15. E] sad murmur...that staines. 1. 16. E] Oh leave, for shame. 1. 23. E] of him that. Last line. E] Roses heere. p. 82, 1. 7. D and E] Oh thou alone. 1. 8. E] thou giv'st us none. p. 83, 1. 1. D and E add] Joh. 1. 6. A reads]

Upon the Thornes taken downe from our Lords head bloody.
Know'st thou this Souldier? 'tis a much chang'd plant, which yet
Thy selfe did'st set,

'Tis chang'd indeed, did Autumn e're such beauties bring

To shame his Spring?

O! who so hard an husbandman could ever find

A soyle so kind?

Is not the soile a kind one (think ye) that returnes

Roses for Thornes?

See also p. 243. 11. 16, 17. Title in E] Upon Mary Magdalene.

1. 17.

D] hayre. 1. 28. Title in E] Joh 3 19 Light is come into the world. 1. 30. D and E] his darknesse. 1. 31. B] Worl'ds A] World's. B] Hell. A] Hell, 1. 32. D and E] Hee will not love his.

death E] than that. 1. 7.
A, D and E] Our Lord.
B] life? A] life?) 1. 18.

1. 3. E] Come bonds, come

1. 12.

1. 14.

p. 84, 1. 2. Title in E] Pauls resolution. death. 1. 4. E] hard names. 1. 5. E] other bonds. 1. 6. A] Nor other Title in E] On Peter's casting the nett. In E the poem is arranged in couplets. E] floodgates. 1. 19. E] Then shall hee drinke: and drinke shall doe his worst. 1. 21. E] My paines are in their Nonage: my young feares. 1. 22. D] yet but. 1. 23. D, E] darke woes. E] are tender. 1. 25. B] unfleg'd A] unfledg'd.

1. 30. E] The knife.

p. 85, 1. 22. See also p.

Garments too [B to] good.

244.

1. 24.

1. 26. E] a towardnesse.

1. 27. A] O never could bee found. 1. 28. A] but these.

p. 86, 1. 5. E] these paths. 1. 6. A] One whose. 1. 17. E] Makes D] And when simple. 1. 28. E] weary wonder. 1. 30. A and E] Spreads a Path cleare as the Day. 1. 35. B] Sepheards A] Shepheards.

high noon. 1. 22. 1. 29. E] giddy steps. 1. 34. E] learne new.

p. 87, l. 1. D] and covers.

1. 23. E] about my.

1. 29. A] eternity, B] eternity.

1. 4. E] that shade.

1. 19. E] his brims.

1. 5. E] On the

p. 88, 1. 1. E adds after title] Paraphrasi Poëticâ.

willowes nodding.

rise.

1. 28. E] that cryd'st. 1. 29. D] and never, never

p. 89, 1. 1. Title in A] Easter Day E] Upon Christ's Resurrection. A and E] annalls live.

1. 13.

p. 90, 1. 1. E indexes this poem, but the leaves are missing in the MS. A full stop replaces a comma at the end of the line.

p. 91, 1. 27.

p. 97, 1. 4. the line.

The full stop in B has been changed to a comma at the end of 1. 16. A full stop has been added at the end of the line.

p. 98, 1. 8.

p. 101, 1. 6.

p. 103, 1. 27.

p. 105, 1. 2.

A semicolon has been added at the end of the line.

A colon has been added at the end of the line.

A parenthesis has been taken away before said.
A omits] snake. 1. 24. B] murmurs. A] murmurs,
B] Breasts, A] Beasts

E] ut tenerae.

p. 106, 1. 36.

p. 107, 1. 21.

p. 108, 1. 9.

E] volvit opes

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1. 30. B misprints] tanqnam. 1. 19. E] Divitiisque.

A] G. Herberts. Title in E] Upon Herbert's Temple, sent to a Gentlewoman. 1. 5. E] fire from your faire eyes. 1. 7. E] hand unties. 1. 8. A] you have an Angell by th' wings. 1. 9. E] gladly would. E] waite on your chast morning. 1. 14. E] That every.

1. 10.

p. III, l. 1. The poem originally appeared in Robert Shelford's Five Pious and Learned Discourses,' Cambridge, 1635, 4to., where it is entitled Upon the ensuing Treatises,' and signed Rich. Crashaw, Aul. Penb. A.B.' 1. 13. A and Shelford read] this booke. 1. 18. Shelford] thy altars wake. 1. 31. Shelford] Pure sluttishnesse.

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p. 112, 1. 22. In Shelford the poem ends with the following additional ten lines]

Nor shall our zealous ones still have a fling

At that most horrible and horned thing,

Forsooth the Pope: by which black name they call

The Turk, the Devil, Furies, Hell and all,

And something more. O he is Antichrist :

Doubt this, and doubt (say they) that Christ is Christ.
Why, 'tis a point of Faith.

What e're it be,

I'm sure it is no point of Charitie.

In summe, no longer shall our people hope,

To be a true Protestant's, but to hate the Pope.

p. 113, l. 12. Grosart prints] In tu quas.'

p. 119, l. 1. E] Fidicinis & Philomela Bellum Musicum. the warres.

p. 120, 1. 2.

floods of. 1. 33.

EJ slick passage. 1. 6. D] evenly shear'd.
A] when in E] whence in.

p. 121, 1. 7. A] There might you. 1. 23. A] grave Noat.

1. 20. D, E]

1. 32. D]

p. 122, 1. 9. E] Those pathes. 1. 16. E] thus does he DJ some grace. Thus doth he. 1. 25. E] murmure melting in mild. 1. 28. A] he dare.

1. 35. El so long & loud.

1. 40. E] full mouth'd.

p. 123, 1. 7. E] chatting strings. p. 124, l. 17. A] decet tantus. p. 125, l. 1. D adds] Upon Ælia. p. 126, ll. 1, 2. Title in E] veris. 1. 4. A and E] Their gentlest. to. 1. 36. E] but that Heav'ns.

p. 127, 1. 7. D] Send no. The Faire Ethiopian.

1. 24. D, E] her third.

1. 12.

E.

1. 7. D] businesse there.

Virg. Georg. particula In laudem 1. 19. E] his most loved blossome

1. 8. D, E] I shall. A, D] in a tender.

1. 30. E] their glimmering.

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p. 129, 1. 10. A superfluous parenthesis has been taken out after Jove. 1. 14. D] mens feare. 1. 22. B] Cease. 1. 23. D] Pitty him not. 1. 28. A full stop has been added at the end of the line.

p. 130, l. 1. D] Out of the Greeke. No title in A. 1. 3. A full stop has been added at the end of the line. 1. 8. D adds] Out of Ausonius. 1. 9. D and E] sweet Cytherea. 1. 15. E] thus, let us thus be.

p. 131, l. 1. B] In Senerissimæ Reginæ patrum [partum A] hyemalem. 1. 35. A capital has been supplied here at the beginning of the line and elsewhere in similar cases.

p. 132, 1. 13.

p. 133, 1. 10. tate, severitas. Anglicana ad.

A] huc nempe.

A] Sub praeside.

1. 28. A] mortem. 1. 36. A] ne malitia.

1. 22. B] sacilitate, feveritas A] facili

1. 32. A] nimirum.

1. 35. A]

p. 134, 1. 3. A] ipsa nec dum...quem monstrat. 1. 4. A] totam solus. 1. 13. E] mox sacrum. 1. 14. E] ad ætheriis. 1. 15. E] Porrexit astris. 1. 16. El chartâ. cæteris audies quoq. 1. 17. Published unsigned under a portrait of Bishop Andrewes facing the second edition (folio) of his sermons, 1631. The copy in the University Library, Cambridge, possesses the portrait apparently lacking in the volume Grosart examined (see his edition, Vol. I. p. 217), and gives the following variations: 1. 18. See heer a shadow from that. 1. 19. through this. 1. 20. of our. 1. 22. Whose rare industrious. 1. 28. a flaming. 1. 29. Where still she reads. 1. 20. B] duil A] dull. 1. 22. E] Whose rare.

p. 135, l. 1. Title in D] Upon the Death of Mr Chambers Fellow of Queens Colledge in Cambridge. Title in E] In obitum desideratissimi Mri Chambers, Coll: Reginal. Socii. 1. 5. E] leest joyes. 1. 6. G omits] a. 1. II. E adds]

1. 16. A] snacht.

For soe many hoped yeares

Of fruit, soe many fruitles teares.
1. 19. E adds]

Leaving his death ungarnished
Therefore, because hee is dead,

1. 20 E] If yet at least.

A] rest. B] rest,

1. 21. G] Thee the.

1. 29. E] there are.

1. 35.

p. 136, 1. 1. Title in D] Upon the Death of Mr Herris Fellow of Pembrooke Hall in Cambridge. Title in E] In ejusdem præmatur. obitu. Allegoricum. 1. 10. E] gratious tree. 1. 25. E] Peept out of their. 1. 26. E] on each. 1. 32. D] in th'shade. 1. 34. El blooming joyes. 1.35. D] Lavish't the.

p. 137, l. 13. p. 138, 1. 1. Herris. 1. 17. omits] it. 1. 22. day. Last line. p. 139, l. 15. E] And let not.

p. 140, l. 31. p. 141, l. 1. D] every lease.

p. 142, l. 1.

Title in E] An Elegie on Mr 1. 19. E] his can. 1. 20. D E] to lend. 1. 30. E] given to

E] Fecêre tantae terra impar.
Title in D] Upon the same.
D and E] thy Easterne.
D] thou Death.
1. 27.
El shower new.
E] rugged storme.

1. 34. E adds]

1. 23. D] Spare then Death.

Keepe him close, close in thine armes,
Seal'd upp with a thousand charmes.
E] its spleen. 1. 35. D, E] That quotes.
Title in D] Another upon the same.

1. 25.

1. 6. E] each lease

1. 13. E] Could bin found. 1. 26. E] here is dead. Title in E] Epitaphium in eundem. 1. 5. D] Ere thou. E] with downy. 1. 9. E] untimely wave. 11. 15, 16. Title in D] An Epitaph upon the reverend Dr Brooke. Title in E] In obitum Dris Brooke. 1. 23. E] loved banck.

p. 143, 1. 8.

p. 144, l. 1.

Title in E] An Invitation to faire weather. In itinere ad urgeretur matutinum cœlum tali carmine invitabatur serenitas. 1. 4. G] thy hight's. 1. 6. G] on yond faire flockes. 1. 8. G] thy front, and then there.

1. 13. El command smooth. 1. 15. E] Those tender drops that D and G] thy cheeke. 1. 17. G] these delicious. 1. 18. E] Will rise. G] and disclose. 1. 19. D] To every blushing bed of new-blowne Roses. E] Two ever-blushing beds of new-blowne roses. G] To every blushing bedd the new-borne Rose. 1. 24. E] soft and dainty. 1. 27. G] in golden. 1. 29. D] golden Mother. G] to meete. 1. 30. D] how shee. G] holy flight. 1. 31. E] in liquid. D] in liquid Night. 1. 37. E] joy is. D] Sea by Land.

p. 145, 1. 4.

1. 5. D] at her.

1. 4.

p. 146, l. 1, 2. Title in E] Ad Auroram Somnolentiæ expiatio. G] my Muses. 1. 9. E] call back D and G] thy eyes. 1. 15. D] which 18. D, E] Mine owne. 1. 21. E] no winge. 1. 22. E] raptures [so A] start E] and bringe.

still hides. 1.
my humble.
starry. 1. 28. D] lift up. 1. 29. D]

To rayse mee from my lazy urne, and clime
Upon the stooping [A stooped].

Last line. D] where Pitty.

G] Since this 1. 27. D] His

1.

p. 147, 1. 3. E] Bee gentle then. D] and next time hee doth rise. E] radiant face. 1. 8. E] tell how true. 1. 10. G] and duty. 1. 13. G] 1. 17. D and G] thy altar. 1. 22. D] Why shakest thou thy An exclamation mark has been supplied.

And that.

leaden. 1. 28.

p. 148, l. 15.

p. 150, l. 17.

p. 151, l. 27. for ever.

p. 153, l. I.

E] man's fate.
A] tenet ille.

1. 20. D omits] the. 1. 31. D] warme.

D] those treasures.

1. 31. D] So made men, Both...friends

Title in D] Italian. 1. 4. D] have reft. 1. 16. D] Italian. p. 155, l. 1. Printed in both A and B as Crashaw's but it is now generally attributed to Dr Edward Rainbow, Bishop of Carlisle (see 'Notes and Queries,' 2nd Ser. iv. 286). Only the second of the two poems is given in E. (see next page) face the title-page of Henry Isaacson's 'Saturni Ephemerides,' 1633, where they are entitled The Frontispiece explained.'

Both

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