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That came in Neptune's plea;
Next Camus, reverend sire, went footing slow,
question'd] · And question’d each wind that came that way. Beaumont's Psyche, C. xvii. st. 56.
90 Hippotades] Æolus, the son of Hippotas, Hom. Od. x. 2. Ap. Rh. iv. 819. Ovid. Ep. ex Ponto, iv. x. 15, and elsewhere. Warton.
99 Panope] Alciphron Ep. lib. i. xix. 74. ed. Bergler.
103 reverend] • One brought a reverend syre!! Whiting's Albino and Bellama, p. 5. 103 Galilean] Who on the troubled Galilean Lake.'
Hen. More's Poems, p. 322.
Two massy keys he bore of metals twain,
to hold A sheep-hook, or have learn'd aught else the least That to the faithful herdman's art belongs ! What recks it them? What need they? They are
sped; And when they list, their lean and flashy songs
- In either hand she held a massie key,
Beaumont's Psyche, c. xvi. st. 140, and 141. 110 keys] Fletcher's Purple Island, C. vii. 62.
Not in his lips, but hands two keys he bore,
Heaven's doors and Hell's to shut and open wide.' and Dante Paradiso, v. 57. E della chiave.'
115 climb] •Crept into the fold.' Prose Works, ii. 381, ed. Symmons.
121 herdman's] Milton writes it "herdsman,' in his MS. • Herdman,' is used in our transl. of the Bible, Amos i. 1. Todd. VOL. III.
Cn whose fresh lap the swart-star sparely looks :
away, where'er thy bones are hurl'd, 145 Whether beyond the stormy Hebrides, Where thou perhaps under the whelming tide Visit'st the bottom of the monstrous world; Or whether thou to our moist vows denied, Sleep'st by the fable of Bellerus old,
138 swart] See Warton's note on this word. 153 dally] Gayton's Chartæ Scriptæ, p. 21. • When our fond thoughts are wearied with the sports O th' earth, we dally in the watry coasts.' 158 monstrous] The sea, the world of monsters. Hor. Od. i. 3. 18. Virg. Æn. vi. 729. Quæ marmoreo fert monstra sub æquore pontus.'