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The rayes of Bethlehem blind his dusky eyn;
pud DO 1931 Nor all the Gods beside, Longer dare abide,
I Not Typhon huge ending in snaky twinc.'s dz:'3 Our Babo, to new his Godhead truc, 1011)1 0. Can in his swadling bands controul the damned archi
XXVI. So when the Sun in bed,
PT Curtain'd with cloudy red,
Pillows his chin upon an Orient wave,
Each fetter'd Ghost Nips to his several grave,
maze. But see the Virgin blen Hath laid her Babe to, reft,
7 Time is our tedious Song fhould here have ending: Heav'ns yquogest teemed Star Hath fix'd her polish'd Carg ""Her sleeping Lord with Handmaid Lamp attending: And all about the Courtly Stable, Bright-harnest Angels fit in order serviceable.
Anno ætatis 17.
On the Death of a fair Infant,
Nepbew of bis, dying of a Cough.
Faires Aower no sooner blown but blasted,
Soft lilken Primrose fading timelefly, Summer's chief Honour, if thou hadft out. Iafted Bleak winter's force that made thy bloffom dric; For he being amorous on that lovely die
That did thy cheek envermeil, thought to kiss
Of long-uncoupled bed, and childless eld, Which’mongst the wanton Gods a foul reproach was III.
(held. So mounting up in ycie-pearled car, Through middle empire of the freezing air He wander'd long, till thee he spy'd from far, There ended was his quest, there cealt his care. Down he descended from his Snow-soft chais,
But all unwares with his cold.kind embrace
But then transform'd him to a purple flower,
Yet can I not perswade me chou art dead,
Oh no! for something in thy face did mine
0. say me true, if thou 'wert mortal wight,
VII. Wert thou some Star which from the ruin'd roof of bak’t Olympus by mischance didft falli
e the warist 15H
Which careful Jove in Nature's true behoof
of heenie Heaves, and thou rothe godders Hed Amongft us here below to hide thy nedard head.
Or any other of that Heav'nly brood Let down in clowdie throne to do the World fome ix.
[goodt Or wert thou of the golden-winged hoaft, Who having clad thy felf in hamare weed, To earth from thy præfixed feat didft poast,And after thort abode flie back with Tpeed, As if to few what creatures Heav'n doth breed, 1
Thereby to fet the hearts of men on fire
To ftand'twixt us and our dererved fmart ? cami But thou canst beft perform that office where thou at a
sur indgang Jarak Then thou the Mother of so sweet a Childr XoT Her false imagin?d, loss.cease to lament, ' 19 01510) And wisely learn to curb thy sorrows wild, , 3 trong Think what a present thou to God haft fentemth And render him with patience what he lent;
This if thou do, he will an off-Spring give, ***.5 10 That till the World's faft end fhall make thy name to
Anno Ætatis. 19. At a Vacation Exera
cise in the College, part Latin, part: English. The Latin Speeches ended, she: English thus began.
Ail native Language, that by finews wcak
And mad't imperfe&t words with