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To tkr Right Eonourable Sir Chriftopber Hatton , Unfitly I these ydle rimes present
, Lord High Chancellor of England , & c . The labor of lost time , and wit unstayd :
Yet if their decper fence be inly wayd , Tuose prudent heads that with their ...
The sacred Muses haue made alwaies clame Recewe , most noble Lord , a
simple taste To be the nourses of nobility , Of the wilde fruite which saluage loyl
hath bred And registres of euerlasting fame , Which being through long wars left ...
To the mof reneremed and saliant Lord , the Lord To the Right Noble Lord , and
moft valiant Captain , Grey of Wilton , Knight of the Noble Order of the Sir John
Norris Knight , Lord President of Moune Garter , & c . fter . Most noble Lord , the ...
That in the lake his loftie crcft was stept , “ To save my lord , in wretched plight
forlore ; Ne of his fafetie seened care he kept ; “ Helpe with thy hand or with thy
counsell fage : But with his raging armes he rudely flasht “ Weake handes , but ...
Page 10 Page The Author's Life , 3 To the Right Noble Lord , and Most Valiant
Letter to Sir Walter Raleigh , Knight , Lord Captain , Sir John Norris , Knight , Lord
President of Mounfter , Warden of the Stanneryes and her Maieftie's 15 ...
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