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NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS. In 1648 the heading is simply · Description of a religious house. The original occurs in Barclay's Argenis, book v. These variations include one important correction of a longstanding blunder: Line 3, 1648 misprints' weeping' for 'sweeping.'
4, 'costly' for ' costlyer.'
19-20. Our text (1652), followed by 1670, strangely confuses this couplet by printing,
"Hands full of harty labours ; doe much, that more they may.' TURNBULL, as usual, unintelligently repeats the blunder. Even in using the text of 1652 exceptionally, if only he found it confirmed by 1670, there was no vigilance. The reading of 1648 puts all right. Line 23. Our text misspells 'ding.'
26. Misprinted · bosome' in all the editions, and perpetuated by TURNBULL. Line 27 that follows is a break (unrhymed).
Line 33. 1648 misreads • keep no noise.' G.
ON MR. GEORGE HERBERT'S BOOKE INTITUL
ED THE TEMPLE OF SACRED POEMS.
SEST TO A GENTLE-WOMAN.'
Know you, faire, on what you looke?
To kindle this his sacrifice. 1 Appramsi onginally in 'yurgof 1646 (p. 77): reprinted in adı tions of 1645 (pp. 4-5) and 1676 (p. es. Our text in that of 16AK, with a few adunan readings as piani otward. Het our tunay on Crashaw's relatia ta Hertunt. In the 5430 BORT 4*, the heading
l'pirin lirbert'i lemplo - pt to it Grmolewoman. R. ('P. Line 3
1154, and has faire before even; apel: line boks: 401Hoodtog bor todd with fring: line lith, 1616, you
Lunarlbe, v. read 'Woule' fois'willi adopeed: line
1.1 Vlerke RGE HERBERT'S BOOKE.
Well Delr hands untie these strings,
I thosh HRBERI's name doe owe
l'in Besiirt'a Terple, wilt to in Gentlewoman. R. ('7.' Line 3 il the 11sspoella dire'.'iind has faire before eles;' adopted: line iniliberiks Here lined to be tied with strings: line 6th, 1646, lille...th luaith, yw rearla houlel' tiopowilli' inopted: line