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The Frontespeice discovered.
This spreading Vine, like these choyce Leaves invites
The Curteous eye to tast her choyce Delights.
This foole, that knave, stands here to th'view of others,
To shew that in the book th’ave many brothers.
The Devious Horseman, wandring in this Maze,
Shewes Error, and her execrable wayes :
Whose brazen Insolence, and boldnesse urges
The horne-foot Satyres to their angry Scourges :
And he that Drawes his Sword against the Swarme
Of Waspes, is he, that lasht, begins to storme.
Musarum Deliciæ :
The Muses Recreation,
By St. J. M. and Ja: S. 1656.
selected from the finest fancies of moderne muses.
with a thousand out-landish proverbs. 1640.
The whole diligently compared with the Originals; with all the Wood
Engravings, Plates, Memoirs, and Notes.
In two Volumes.
10. To Mr. Thomas Ran-
30. On his Mistris .
17 61. Æquè facilitas ac diffi-