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Warton says, "The peerage -book of the countess is the poetry ofher
Part of an Entertainment presented to the Countess Dowager "
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Mark what radiant state she spreads,
Shooting her beams like silver threads;r stryes of can
This, this is she alone,
Might she the wise Latona be,
radiating from point underwriter. Comites
Who had thought this clime had held
As they come forward, the GENIUS of the wood acted by names appears, and turning toward them, speaks. 77-9,62-3
GEN. Stay, gentle Swains, for though in this
I see bright honour sparkle through your eyes;
give] Too lightly expressed for the occasion. Hurd.
Alpheum, fama est, huc Elidis amnem
Qualis Berecynthia mater
awes hippies turita per vibes
Latu Deum parter, centorn complex repot
I know this quest of yours, and free intent
47 off ten
46 curl] Jonson's Mask at Welbeck, 1633, ver. 15.
so brush] Tempest, act i. sc. 4.
'As wicked dew as e'er my mother brush'd.'
and P. L. v. ver. 429. Warton.
cross] Shakesp. Jul. Cæs. act i. sc. 3.
'And when the cross blue lightning seem'd to open
The breast of heaven.'
"bun jardens" "Penseroso" 50. The flamin, is deprater to ~
And early, ere the odorous breath of morn
The Muds who when they
With puissant words, and murmurs made to bless;
On which the fate of Gods and men is wound.
And keep unsteady Nature to her law,
And the low world in measur'd motion draw
73 gross] Compare Shakesp. Merchant of Venice, act v.
'There's not the smallest orb which thou behold'st,
Still quiring to the young-eyed cherubims:
But whilst this muddy vesture of decay
Doth grossly close us in, we cannot hear it.
Shakesp. Mid. N. D. act iii. sc. 1.
And I will purge thy mortal grossness so, &c.
And what the no
on earth now has ever
Leard this Harre Symphony Shall all above the moon's sphere be thereto.
our feeble ears, when
Whose lustre leads us, and for her most fit,
Whate'er the skill of lesser Gods can show,
And so attend ye toward her glittering state;
It state : seat of state
aeropriate ehm is this foriased
NYMPHS and Shepherds dance no more
89 star] 'Sun-proof arbours.' Sylvester's Du Bartas, 171, and G. Peele's David and Bethsabe, 1599.
'This shade, sun-proof, is yet no proof for thee.'
Warton and Todd.
(we carried pure ».
music may be heard: If one
Way but the starry K now clear hearts, as erst did Pythagoras. Then tht our ears Sound & be filled with that most sweet music of the ever. of the ever wheeling ; & all theif shouted, as it were, retur. to the solder