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In those vernal seasons of the year when the air is Calon & pleasant it were an injury cublenness again nature mor & jo but see her riches partake in her &oring On dewhon
with heaven reart L'ALLEGRO.
In unreproved pleasures free;
While the cock with lively din
love witnesse atteinjon Hard's note
dull] K. Hen. V. act iv. chorus,
Piercing the night's dull ear.'
46 good morrow] Browne's Brit. Past. iii. 2.
'Twice bid good morrow to the nether world.'
50 Scatters] Gallum noctem explodentibus alis.' Lucret. iv. 714.
54 morn] Habington's Castora, p. 8, ed. 1640.
rouse the morne,
With the shrill musicke of the horne.' Warton.
Much Welo about Nothing
Dapple the drowsy east with shots of fram
62 Walesque juste varnis chlamydlate chortens Milton's Where the great sun begins his state, Academical varie Rob'd in flames, and amber light,
The clouds in thousand liveries dight;
And every shepherd tells his tale of his sheep of "take of
Whilst the landscape round it measures;
Mountains, on whose barren breast
Where perhaps some Beauty lies,
les the Lesser Bear The Cynosure of neighbʼring eyes. which, on top the Hard by, a cottage chimney smokes, holar Sarabha: From betwixt two aged oaks,
Where Corydon and Thyrsis met,
Are at their savoury dinner set
35 messes] Sylv. Du Bartas, p. 171.
Yielding more holesom food then all the messes,
Which the neat-handed Phillis dresses;
The upland hamlets will invite,
a tume may be religions
When the merry bells ring round, of "Alchemist B2
Till the live-long daylight fail;
was not but on a thor Fuar Rush who haunted homees
Then to the spicy nut-brown ale,
110 lubber] There is a pretty tale of a witch that had the devil's mark about her, God bless us, that had a gyaunt to her son, that was called Lob-lye-by-the-fire. Knight of the B. Pestle, act iii. sc. 1. Warton.
14 Probably a Moorish instrument orijmally with catgut straps pelenged with a bow. Originally two, then three stre strings the more perfect violin with 4.
All is developed into
Basks at the fire his hairy strength,
By whispering winds soon lull'd asleep.
And the busy hum of men,
Where throngs of knights and barons bold
pageant In weeds of peace high triumphs hold,
In saffron robe, with taper clear,
He, If Jonson's learned sock be on, mon probably alve with class f Or sweetest Shakespeare, Fancy's child, he was lebo Warble his native wood-notes wild. v. ft. beef (2) at
And ever against eating cares,
Lap me in soft Lydian airs,
134 David the many art and that man's scope
150 weeds ] Troilus and Cressida, act ii. sc. 3.
Great Hector in his weeds of peace.' Todd.
122 Rain] From the Messaggiero of Tasso.
Methinks I hear, nethinks I see:
Here now, now they the world is mis;
constitute a unity ofther own & contribute all done great end, is not less admirable than his rentin in afination, ons invention, & ove inton we knowledge of L'ALLEGRO. Wordswatte (546)
Married to immortal verse,
Such as the meeting soul may pierce,
In notes, with many a winding bout
That Orpheus'self may heave his head
Of heap'd Elysian flowers, and hear
Of Pluto, to have quite set free it apart superiority
His half regain'd Eurydice.
These delights if thou canst give,
Mirth, with thee I mean to live.
147 Elysian flowers] See Par. Lost, iii. ver. 359.
145 The short of Eupheus raised of make it
And in these ravishing strains with which he moved
To fetch from hell his last Eurydice"
Mafinger's "City Madum "I, 3
151 of Marlowe's "Come his with me "
of these delights hy
The live with me she
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