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POEMS UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS,
P Aradise regain’d, Book 3,3,3,.. page 1. 66,
Lycidas. In this momody the author bewails a learned
friend, unfortunately drowned in his pallage frame
Cheftor on the Irish feas, 1634.
Countess Dowager of Derby.
86, 87, 88.
Poemata, quorum pleraque intra annum aetatis vigesimun
R E G A IN’D.
В оок І.
Who-ere while the happy garden fung,
By one man's disobedience lost, now sing
Thou spirit who ledit this glorious eremite
Now had the great proclaimer with a voice More awful than the found of trumpet, cry'd Repentance, and heaven's kingdom nigh at hand To all baptiz'd: to his great baptism flock'd With awe the regions round, and with them camc From Nazareth the son of Joseph deem'd To the flood Jordan came, as then obscure, Unmark’d, unknown; but him the baptist soon