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Gentleman's Magazine :
From JANUARY to JUNE, 1812.
(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 ;
And sold by J. HARRIS (Successor to Mrs. NEW BERY),
Yet had he powre, but her pure thoughts
the 20th of Julij, 1665, addrest to his Higher then kissinge of her handes,
Or lookinge in her eyes.
One day, (I neede not name the daye
But say, as once a shepparde sayd,
Their mone nights haue no morrows,
To pasture in the lease,
Might dream of his disease.
And all alone (if he remayne
Alone, that is in loue,)
himselfe alone, he mourn'd
The passions he did proue.
Oh heauens! (qouth he,) ar these th'effects
Of faithfull loue's desarts ?
Will Cynthea now forsake my loue ?
Haue women faithless hearts ?
Nor long-endur'd laments,
Bring to my playnts, pitie or peace;
Forkoose, forgott, forwent;
Nor of my selfe, nor them tooke keepe,
Be turned into teares,
Shall I, of whose true feelinge payne,
These greenes the record beares :
Then witnes this desire ;
Loue was in woman's weed disguisde,
Deare Loue, tyme brought to passe And thus he said, and downe he lies,
Syinge as life would part.
Oh, Cynthia, thou hast angel's eyes,
But yet a woman's heart!
QD. MR. DIER.
[From the Oxford Herald.)
INDEX to PLATES IN VOL. LXXXII. Part 1.
Kalendar of Esel, 609.
Monument at Lee, Kent, 529.
Nelson, Statue of, at Birmingham, 418
St. Alban's, Brasses in St. Michael's at, 321.
Seals, antient, 321.
Slater's Cooking Apparatus, 33.
Stoney Stanton Churcb, co. Leic. 17.
Upas Tree, 113.
Winchester College, Figure at, 114
Witherley Church, co. Leic. 241.
Wrentham Hall, Suffolk, 313.