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Rough Satyrs danc'd, and Fauns with cloven heel
But, О the heavy change, now thou art gone,
37 thou art gone] Browne's Sheph. Pipe (ecl. 4). "But he is gone.' 50 Where] Spenser's Astrophel, st. 22, Ah, where were ye the while his shepheard peares, &c.
Warton. 55 wisard] On the wisard stream of Deva, consult Warton's note.
Had ye been there, for what could that have done ?
goary visage down the stream was sent, Down the swift Hebrus to the Lesbian shore ?
Alas! what boots it with incessant care
63 swift] Vir. Æn. 1. 321.
• Volucremque fuga prævertitur Hebrum.' Warton. 69 tangles] Benlowes's Theophila, p. 2.
Entangled thoughts in the trammels of their ambush hair.' Greene's never too late, ‘Entangle men in their tresses,' p. 58. Shirley's Doubtful Heir, p. 36. G. Peele's Works, ed. Dyce, 1829, i. p. 17. ii. p. 11.
70 Fame] “Quasi hic subesset ingens Cupido gloriæ quæ etiam sapientibus novissima exuitur.” Stradæ Prelu. p. 161. ed. Ox. 74 blaze] So P. Reg. iii. 47.
•For what is glory but the blaze of fame.' Warton. 75 blind] Spenser's R. of Rome. st. xxiv. "If the blind Furie which warres breedeth oft.' Warton.
And slits the thin-spun life. But not the praise,
O fountain Arethuse, and thou honour'd flood, 85
77 touch'd] Virg. Ecl. vi. 3.
Vellit, et admonuit. Peck. 79 foil] See Shakes. Henry IV. act i. s. 2. Warton.
85 fountain) Hom. Od. xiii. 408. Kohun'Ape Bovon. Virg. Ecl. x. 4. Æn. Üï. 694. Warton.
87 higher] •I'll tune my reed unto a higher key. Browne's Brit. Past. iv. 41.
93 question'd] · And question'd each wind that came that way.' Beaumont's Psyche, C. xviii. st. 56.
96 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.
That not a blast was from his dungeon stray'd;
Next Camus, reverend sire, went footing slow,
103 reverend] ‘One brought a reverend syre! Whiting's Albino and Bellama, p. 5. 109 Galilean] *Who on the troubled Galilean Lake.'
Hen. More's Poems, p. 322.
• 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.'
Creep, and intrude, and climb into the fold?
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. 124 Grate] Virg. Ecl. iï. 26.
solebus Stridenti miserum stipula dispendere carmen. Newton. 125 sheep] See Past. Ægl. by L. B. ver. 130, on Sir P. Sidney's death.
• Unhappie flock! that wander scattred now,
Whose parting hath of weale bereft you cleane.' 130 two-handed] “Yet, maie the ax stande next the dore.' Sir T. Smith's Psalms. Restituta. iv. 189.