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p. 207. Title in B] A Hymne for the Epiphanie. Sung as by the three Kings. 1. 1. Not in B. 1. 4. (2) not in B. 1. 6. (3) not in B. 1. 15. A full stop has been supplied after Eyes. 1. 25. C] east. B] East,

1. 11. B] (1) C] (2).

p. 208, 1. 4. B] halfe spheare C] half-spear. B] world's C] wold's.

p. 210, 1. 6. B] thy chast. 1. 17. A full stop has been taken away after worn. 11. 21-3. B] gives 'But lean and tame' as the beginning of 3's lines and gives the Mithra' line only to Chorus.

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p. 211, 1. 13. A semicolon has been supplied after song and a full stop after us in line 15. 1. 16. B] C] (2). 1. 19. B] love-sick world C] love-sick, world. 1. 26. B] deere doome. 1. 28. C ludgment. 1. 38. B] domesticks. 1. 40. C] hour's.

p. 212, 1. 6. B] 1 C] (2). 1. 24. B] the best. 1. 26. B] 1. B] self their rorch [torch B], 1. 38. C] dscant, B] descant.

1.

1. 10. A full stop has been added after Light.
C] (2).
1. 30. B] Use to. 1. 31. C] in [it
33. B] the conscious. 1. 37. C] Ground.
1. 39. B] with what. 1. 40. B] his strong.
1. 7. A full stop has been

p. 213, 1. 2. B] seize. 1. 3. C] ohsequious. added after you. 1. 12. C] negatine. p. 214, l. 10.

B] glorious Tire. 1. 13. B] His Gold

C] (3) His Gold.

p. 215, 1. 3. B adds] upon his dedicating to her the foregoing Hymne. 1. 5. B] crownes C] cownes. C] race. B] race, 1. 9. C] face. B] face, 1. 10. B] Rosie down. 1. 14. B] We wade in you (deare Queen). 1. 17. B] Royall harvest. 1. 21. B] whole groves. 1. 23. B] Lamb's great Sire.

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p. 216. In B only the hymns for each hour are given, numbered 1 to 7, under the general title 'Upon our B. Saviour's Passion,' followed by The Antiphona for Compline (see p. 229), 'The recommendation of the precedent Poems' (see p. 230) ‘A Prayer' 'O Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God, interpose,' etc. and Christ's victory,' divided later into 'The Antiphona' for the third, sixth and ninth hours (see pp. 221, 223 and 225).

p. 217, 1. 19. B] wakefull dawning. 1. 21. C] Father' word. 1. 26. B] betrayd and taken.

p. 218, 1. 19. B omits here and elsewhere the words 'unto all quick and dead' and reads the Church.'

1. 15. B] It could.

1. 19. B] blotts

p. 219, 1. 14. B] early Morne.
those. 1. 23. C] Antiphona.
p. 220, 1. 13. C] O Lrod...living Ood.
p. 221, l. 18. B] then C] them.
been taken away after side. 1. 28.

p. 222, last line. C] vorld.
p. 223, 1. 15.
p. 224, 1. 5.

p. 225, 1. 14. 1. 29. C] Deard.

1. 24. C] rhe. C] Jalyor.

B] For the faint. 1. 18. B] The fruit. 1. 31. B] the first.
A full stop has been taken away after Crosse.

B] rocks C] roeks. 1. 18. B] our great sin's sacrifice.
Last line. C] word's losse.

1. 25. A full stop has Last line. C] word's losse.

p. 227, l. 13. P. 229, 1. 13. C] Heart. B] Heart,

p. 230, ll. 11—13.

B] could not.

B] The nightening hour. 1. 15. A] heartlesse.
1. 30. B] such rate.
See p. 73.

1.23.

p. 231, ll. 2-5. Not in B. 1. 7. B] languishing. p. 232, 1. 6. B. make a throne C] Trhone. 1. 16. B] heav'n wag'd. 11. 17, 18. B reads]

Last line. C] warth.

1. 13. B] costly crueltie.

Both with one price were weighed,
Both with one price were paid.
The 7th stanza is not in B. 1. 31. B] live for to.
death did.

1. 32. B] which thy blessed

p. 233. See p. 78.

p. 234, 1. 12. p. 235, l. 1. p. 237, 1. 7. C] Nother. 1. 13. B] Are more...Owne heart. 1. 33. A semicolon has been supplied after smart. 1. 34. C] growingt.

A comma replaces a full stop after merchandise.
C] Ler.
1. 5. B] Thou.

p. 238, l. 18. C] nobest. 1. 26. B] love. 1. 30. B] something to thy. 1. 32. B] Oh give me too.

1. 24. B]

1. 15. B] thy

p. 239. B omits stanzas VII and VIII. 1. 5. C] etertall. Shall I in sins sets there.

1. 29. C] Is p. 240, 1. 2. B] Lend, O lend. deare. 11. 19, 20.

B] If not more just. 1. 10. B] studie thee.

1. 22. B] in thy Lords death.

B]
Let my life end in love, and lye beneath
Thy deare lost vital death,

11. 1-6. Title in A and

p. 241. E gives 5 stanzas only, 1, 3, 4, 5, 2. D] On the bleeding wounds [B body] of our crucified Lord. 1. 9. A, D and E] thy hands. 1. 10. A, D and E] thy head. 1. II. A, D and E] thy purple. 1. 12. This verse is 5th in A and D, the order being 1, 3, 4, 5, 2, Water'd (see below) 6, 7, 8, 9. 1. 14. A and D] In Teares? 1. 16. B] That streames. 1. 18. A, D and E] they cannot. 1. 20. A] they are wont. D omits] ever. 1. 21. D and B] own blood. 1. 23. A and E] Thy hand. 1. 26. E] It dropps.

p. 242, 1. 5.

A prints stanza 2 here and follows with]
Water'd by the showres they bring,

The thornes that thy blest browes encloses
(A cruell and a costly spring)

Conceive proud hopes of proving Roses.

1. 7. A and D] Not a haire but. 1. 18. A and D] Threatning all to overflow. p. 243. See p. 83. 1. 7. A full stop has been taken away after yet. 1. 12. C] Thrones.

P. 244. See p. 85. 11. 1-6. Title in A] On our crucified Lord Naked, and bloody. 1. 11. A] could be found Garments. 1. 12. A] but these.

pp. 245 and 246, ll. 1, 2. Title in B] A Hymne to Our Saviour by the Faithfull Receiver of the Sacrament. 1. 3. the Power. 1. 6. A full stop has been added after me.

p. 247, 1. 1. B] Help, Lord, my Faith, my Hope increase. B omits these lines.

11. 5, 6.

p. 248, 11. 1-5. Title in B] A Hymne on the B. Sacrament. 1. 9. The last two words are omitted in the 1652 copy used. I have supplied them from B. 1. 10. B] Heav'n, and Hands. 1. 12. B] Ambitions. 1. 14. C] Liee. 1. 28. B] Law of a new Law,

p. 249, 1. 18. B] Names not things. 1. 21. B] on Christ. 1. 24. B] Nor wound.

p. 250, l. 14. C] Sacrieice.

1. 26. B] meane soules.

p. 251, ll. 1-7. Title in B] A Hymne in meditation of the day of judge1. 10. C] rnn.

ment.

p. 252, l. 4. B] the Judge.

1. 28. A colon has been supplied after me.

p. 254, 11. 1-3. Title in B] The Virgin Mother. 1. 5. B] below the. 1. 13. C] on the. 1. 24. B] spring. 1. 29. C] their morher B] your mother.

P. 255, 1. 4. B adds] The door was shut, yet let in day.

p. 256, ll. 1-7. Title in B] On the assumption. E adds] of the Virgin Marie. 1. 10. A and F] heavenly Light. 1. 14. A, E and F] Shee's call'd againe, harke how th' immortall Dove. 1. 16. E] fair, and. 1. 19. A and F] No sweets since thou [E save you] art wanting here. 1. 23. A and F on a fresh line] Come away, come away. The 16 lines that follow are not in A, E or F. 1. 28. B] Except as.

p. 257, 1. 1. B] Tree, C] three. 1. 2. B] leavy. 1. 13. A, E and F] thy great. 1. 17. A, B, E and F add]

And though thy dearest looks must now be [E give] light
[F now take its flight]

To none but the blest heavens, whose bright
Beholders lost in sweet delight;

Feed for ever their faire sight

With those divinest eyes, which wee

And our darke world no more shall see.

1. 12. B] so great.

Though, our poore joyes [E and F eyes] are parted so,

Yet shall our lips never let goe

Thy gracious name, but to [F for] the last,

Our Loving song shall hold it fast.

1. 18. A, E and F] sacred Name. A full stop has been taken away after be.

1. 20. A and F] holy cares. 1. 27. A and F] our sweetness.

1. 28. A and F] they may. 1. 31. El mother to. 1. 32. A and F] Live rarest Princesse, and. 1. 33. A and F] of an incomparable. 1. 37. E] humble bragg. C] ctown. E] Praise of women, Pride of men. 1. 40. C] brest.

1. 38.

pp. 258-9. Title in A, B and D] The Weeper. A omits, B gives, the couplet on p. 258 under the title.

p. 259. The order of verses in A is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 12, 8, Not the soft Gold (see below), 7, 6, Sadnesse all the while (see below), 9, 10, 13, 14, Thus dost thou melt the year (see note to p. 264, 11. 2—4), Time as by thee (see below), 24, 23, 26, 28, 29, 30. The order in D is as in A save that Not the soft Gold, and 7 are transposed. The order in E is thus:-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 12, 8, Not the soft Gold, 7, 6, Sadnesse all the while, 9, 10, 13, 14, 26, Thus dost thou melt (see note to p. 264, 11. 2-4), Time as by thee, 24, 23, Say watry brothers (see note to p. 264), 29, 30.

The following are the three verses referred to above; they do not form part of the later text.

Not the soft Gold which

Steales from the Amber-weeping Tree,

Makes sorrow halfe so Rich,

As the drops distil'd from thee.

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Sorrowes best Jewels lye in these

Caskets, of which Heaven keeps the Keyes.

Sadnesse all the while

Shee sits in such a Throne as this,
Can doe nought but smile,
Nor beleeves shee sadnesse is
Gladnesse it selfe would bee more glad
To bee made so sweetly sad.

Time as by thee he passes,
Makes thy ever-watry eyes

His Hower-Glasses.

By them his steps he rectifies.

The sands he us'd no longer please,

For his owne sands hee'l use thy seas [E thy teares].

1.27.

1. 5. A, B and D] silver-forded. 1. 19. A, D and E] they are indeed. A] rivers meet. 1. 28. A, D and E] Thine Crawles. 11. 29, 30. A, D and E]

Heaven, of such faire floods as this [E these],
Heaven the Christall Ocean is.

p. 260, l. 4. A, D and E] soft influence.

1. 21. A, D and E] Her richest 1. 24. E] pale cheeks. 1. 27. A, D and E] it tremble heere. A comma as in B has taken the place of the full stop in C. 1. 28. A, D and E] to be thy Teare. 1. 35. E] and more sweet.

1. 20.

p. 261, 1. 3. A] the case. 1. 5. B] they are; C] they, are. 1. 7. A, D and E] May Balsame. 1. 19. A, D and E] with their bottles. B and E] And draw D] from those. 1. 25. A, D and E] Might hee flow from thee. 1. 26. A and D] would he. 1. 27. A, D and E] Richer farre does he esteem. 1. 32. E] thy eyes. 1. 34. A, D and E] softer showres. 1. 35. A, D and E] returned fairer flowers.

p. 262, 1. 2. C] ckeeks. 1. 4. A full stop has been taken away after doves. 1. 5. B] washt. C] washt, 1. 8. Not numbered in C. 1. 9. A full stop has been taken away after woes. 1. 10. B] and tears, and smiles. 1. 17. B] balsome fires...fill thee? 1. 18. B] Cause great. 1. 24. B] this vine. 1. 25. B] that wounded. 1. 26. B] those wounded.

p. 263, 1. 3. B] large expences. 1. 5. B] the wrath. 1. 22. A, D and E] the Night arise? 1. 23. A, D and E] thy teares doe. 1. 24. A, D and EJ Does night loose her eyes? 1. 31. A, D and E] Thy teares just cadence still keeps time. 1. 32. A] Prayer B and E] praier C] paire.

p. 264, 11. 2-4.

A, D and E]

Thus dost thou melt the yeare
Into a weeping motion,

Each minute waiteth heere ;

1.

4. C] waits. B] waits, 1. 10. A and E] Will thy. 1. 13. A, D and E] by Dayes, by Monthes, by Yeares. A full stop has been taken away after yeares. 1. 18. B] fire. 1. 23. B] ye bright. The version in A, D and E is thus]

Say watry Brothers

Yee simpering sons of those faire eyes,

Your fertile [D and E fruitfull] Mothers.
What hath our world that can entice

You to be borne? what is't can borrow
You from her eyes swolne wombes of sorrow.
1. 31. A, D and E] O whither? for the sluttish Earth.
E] your Birth. 1. 34. A, D and E omit] Sweet.

1. 6. A, D and E read]

p. 265, 1. 3. E] The darling. No such thing; we goe to meet

A worthier [D and E worthy] object, Our Lord's [E Lord Jesus] feet.

pp. 266 and 267, ll. 1, 2. Title in A and B] In memory of the Vertuous and Learned Lady Madre de Teresa that sought an Early Martyrdome.

1. 33. A, B, D and

p. 267, 1. 4. C] word. B] word, 1. 5. A] stout and tall. 1. 7. A] Ripe and full, the. 1. 12. A] whose large breasts built a. glorious and great. 1. 14. A] Weell see. A full stop has been added after child. A] a name. 1. 27. A] had B] hath C] has. C] you staight.

A] Wee need to goe to. 1. 6. growne, that. 1. 10. A] unto 1. 13. A] For love their Lord, 1. 15. A] And make his. 1. 16. 1. 17. A] had B] hath C] has 1. 33. A] wee straight

A] thirst...dare.

p. 268, 1. 3. 1.6. A and B] Her weake C] Her what. 1. 8. A] kisses C] hisles. 1. 10. C] Maryrdom B] for a. 1. 11. A] for her. 1. 13. B] and try. 1. 14. A] Shee offers. 1. 26. A and B add] Farewell what ever deare may bee. 1. 27. A full stop has been added after knee and after martyrdom 6 lines below. 1. 37. B] soft cabinet. 1. 39. A full stop has been added after so.

1. 17.

p. 269, 1. 2. A] Loves hand. 1. 15. A] be spent B] be sent. A comma replaces a full stop after Thee. 1. 18. A] and the first borne. 1. 29. A] he still may dy. 1. 32. B] thine embraces. 1. 34. Printed thus in A]

Balsome, to heale themselves with-
-thus

When these etc.

In B and C 'thus' follows 'with' in the same line, without any break in C, after a full stop and with a capital T in B.

1. 14. 1. 31.

p. 270, 1. 7. A and B] as thou shalt first. 1. 13. A] on thee.

1. 18. A] joy.

here shall shine. 1. 32. A and B] And thy. 1. 36. A] soule, which late they.

1. 19. A and B] keeps.

A] when she shall C] Lief. 1. 15. A] her hand.
A and B add] All thy sorrows
1. 35. A] deaths B] Deat❜hs.

p. 271, l. 12. A] thy spowse.

Hymen. 11. 1-7: The title in B is the Heart' (see p. 274). 1. 19. A] there lye. dwell in Spaine.

p. 272, 11. 2 and 4. A full stop has been taken away after Apologie. C prints Title in A is 'An Apologie for the precedent Hymne.' same, but in B the 'precedent hymne' is 'The Flaming 1. 9. A] Faire sea. 1. 16. A] heavenly maxim. 1. 23. A] one blood. 1. 25. C] aud. 1. 27. A] it

1. 19.

P. 273, 1. 3. B] a wondring. 14. A] Who finds A and B add 'hatch'd' after 'Heart.' 1. 7. A and B] are enow. 1. 12. A omits] too B prints] to. 1. 18. A full stop has been added after alone. A] youths Life. 1. 23. A and B] in one.

p. 274, 1. 4. B omits] the seraphicall saint.

1. 8. C] biside. 1. II. B]

so much. 1. 19. B] And Him for Her. 1. 26. B] happier. A full stop has

been added after see.

p. 275, 1. 2. A full stop has been added after Her. 1. 5. B] to paint.

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