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Gentleman's Magazine :

AND

Historical Chronicle.

From JANUARY to JUNE, 1812.

VOLUME LXXXII.

(BEING THE FIFTH OF A NEW SERIES.)

PART THE FIRST.

PRODESSE ET DELECTARE.

E PLURIBUS UNUM.

By SYLVANUS URBAN, Gent.

LONDON: Printed by NICHOLS, SON, and BENTLEY,

at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street ;
where LETTERS are particularly requested to be sent, Post-PAID,

And sold by J. HARRIS (Successor to Mrs. NEW BERY),
at the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yurd, Ludgate Street. 1812.

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VERSES

Yet had he powre, but her pure thoughts
Made by the DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, one Debard his powers to rise

the 20th of Julij, 1665, addrest to his Higher then kissinge of her handes,
Mistris. [From an old MS.)

Or lookinge in her eyes.
Though Philis youer preuailinge charmes

One day, (I neede not name the daye
Hath forct my Delia frome mine armes, To loouers of their sorrows,
Thinke not youer conquest to maintaine

But say, as once a shepparde sayd,
By riger or unjust disdayne.

Their mone nights haue no morrows,
In vaine, fare nimph, in vaine you striue, He from his sheep-et ledd his sheepe
For loue douth seldome hope suruiue.

To pasture in the lease,
My hearte may languish for a time, And ther to feed while he, the while,
As all Beautyes in theire prime

Might dream of his disease.
Haue justifi'd such crueltye,

And all alone (if he remayne
By the same fate that conquer'd me.
When Age shall come,att whose command

Alone, that is in loue,)
Those troopes of beautye must disbande, Unto

himselfe alone, he mourn'd
A rivaul's strength once tooke away,

The passions he did proue.
What slaues soe dull as to obey ?

Oh heauens! (qouth he,) ar these th'effects
But, if you will learne a nobler way,

Of faithfull loue's desarts ?
To keepe this Empire frome decay,

Will Cynthea now forsake my loue ?
And theire for euer fix youer Thone,

Haue women faithless hearts ?
Bee kinde, but kinde to mee alone. And will not witts, nor woords, nor
[From the Oxford Herald.)

woorks,

Nor long-endur'd laments,
EDWARD DYER.

Bring to my playnts, pitie or peace;
A celebrated Poet in Queen Elizabeth's Or to my teares, contents ?
reign, descended from a family of that I, that enchayn'd my loue desires,
name in Somersetshire, and educated at From changinge thoughts as free,
Balliol College, Oxford. He was employed As euer were true thoughts to her,
in several embassies by Elizabeth, was Or her thoughts falce to me.
knighted,and made Chancellor of the Gar- I, that for her my wanderinge sheepe
ter. It does not appear that the following

Forkoose, forgott, forwent;
specimen of this writer's poetical abilities

Nor of my selfe, nor them tooke keepe,
has ever been published. It is now But in her loue's content.
printed from a MS collection of poems, Shall I, like meads with winter's rayne
written about the year 1600.

Be turned into teares,
Amidst the fayrest mountayne topps,

Shall I, of whose true feelinge payne,
Where Zepherus doth breathe

These greenes the record beares :
The pleasant gale, that clothes with Causeles be scorn’d, disdayn'd, despis'd!
flowres

Then witnes this desire ;
The valleys underneath,

Loue was in woman's weed disguisde,
A shepparde liude, that dearly loude; • And not in men's attire.

Deare Loue, tyme brought to passe And thus he said, and downe he lies,
Afforrest nimphe, who was as fayre

Syinge as life would part.
As euer woman was.

Oh, Cynthia, thou hast angel's eyes,
His thoughtes were higher then the hills

But yet a woman's heart!
Wherof he had the keepe,
But all his actions innocent,

QD. MR. DIER.
As humble as his sheepe :

[From the Oxford Herald.)

INDEX to PLATES IN VOL. LXXXII. Part 1.
Alberbury Church, Salop, 9.

Kalendar of Esel, 609.
Antiquaries, Society of, proposed Arms Lee, Kent, Monument at, 529.
for, 529.

Monument at Lee, Kent, 529.
Autographs, 529.

Nelson, Statue of, at Birmingham, 418
-Birmingham, Statue at, to Nelson, 417. Rievaulx Abbey, 105.
Brasses in St. Michael's Church, St. Al Ring, antient, 321, 529.
| ban’s, 321,

St. Alban's, Brasses in St. Michael's at, 321.
Chester le Street Church, 513.

Seals, antient, 321.
Clive Chapel, Salop, 609.

Slater's Cooking Apparatus, 33.
Cooking Apparatus, 33.

Stoney Stanton Churcb, co. Leic. 17.
Flamsted Church, Herts, 210.

Upas Tree, 113.
Hahnall Chapel, Salop, 609.

Winchester College, Figure at, 114
Halnaker House, Sussex, 409.

Witherley Church, co. Leic. 241.
Ivinghoe Church, Bucks, 209.

Wrentham Hall, Suffolk, 313.

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