The Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Samuel Daniel Volume 2

The Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Samuel Daniel Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...how To gaine by Princes feares) as he thereby Fell, in his griefe, to great extreamitie. 1 Tho. Mowbray E. Marshall, fonne to the Duke of Norfolke, banished about the quarrell with H. Bullingbrooke. The E. of North, returning out of Wales recouers new forces in Yorkeshire, and is with the L. Bardolph ouercome at Bramham Moore, and flaine in the Battail, An. Reg. 9. 'The K. growes Jealous of his fonne, Hen. Prince of Wales: who, with a better minde then fashion, came to his Father and cleared himfelf. An. Reg. 13 82 Which when that vertuous Prince (who borne to bee The module of a glorious Monarch) heard, With humble protestations did so free His fathers feares, and his owne honor cleer'd, As that he plainely made the world to fee How bafe, Detraction and Deceipt appeard; And that a hart, so nobly built, could not Containe (within) a thought, that wore a blot. 83 Wherewith, the king betakes him to some peace; Yet to a peace, much like a ficke-mans sleep (Whofe vnrelenting paines do neuer ceafe; But alwayes watch vpon his weakenes keepe) That neuer any Sabaoth of releafe Could free his trauailes, and afflictions deepe: But still his cares held working, all his life, Till Death concludes a small end with strife. 84 Whofe Herald, Sickenes, being imployd, before, With full commisfion to denounce his end; And paine and griefe, inforcing more and more, Befieg'd the Hold, that could not long defend; Confuming fo, al that refisting store Of thofe prouifions Nature daign'd to lend, St. 83,11. 1, 2, 'But now the king retires him to his'; A peace... feeble' ' 1. 3, 'Wherein his working paines' 1: 1. 4, 'Though feeming rest his clofed eyes doth' 1. 5, 'For 6 no peace could euer so' 1: 1. 6, 'His intricate turraoiles and sorrowes' 1: 1. 7, '... that... kept...show more

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  • Paperback | 88 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 172g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236631315
  • 9781236631312