The Works of George Herbert

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APPENDIX

PRO SVPPLICI
EVANGELICORUM MINISTRORUM IN ANGLIA

Ad Serenissimum Regem
Contra Larvatam geminae Academiae Gorgonem Apologia,
sire Anti-tami-cami-categoria,
Authore A.M.

Responsum non dictum.

INsolens, audax, facinus nefandum,
Scilicet, poscit ratio ut decori,
Poscit ex omni officio ut sibi mens
Conscia recti

Anxiam Christi vigilemque curam, 5
Quae pias terris animas relictis
Sublevans deducit in astra, nigroque
Invidet Orco,
De sacri castâ ratione cultus,
De sacrosancti officij decoro 10
Supplicem ritu veteri libellum
Porgere Regi,
Simplici mente atque animo integello,
Spiritu recto, et studijs modestis,
Numinis sancti veniarn, et benigni 15
Regis honorem
Rite praefantem: Scelus expiandum
Scilicet taurorum, ovium, suumque
Millibus centum, voluisse nudo
Tangere verbo 20
Praesulum fastus: monuisse ritus
Impios, deridiculos, ineptos,
Lege, ceu labes maculasque, lectâ ex
Gente fugandos.
Iusque-jurandum ingernuisse jura 25
Exigi contra omnia; tum misellis
Mentibus tristern laqueurn inijci per
Fasque nefasque.

From David Calderwood's Parasynagma Perthense. Anno M.DC.XX (no printer's name or place: the poem is described in a note as the work A. Meluini). Also appended to Calderwood's Altare Damascenum ( 1623), and included in Duport's Ecclesiastes Solomonis ( 1662). Heading: A.M.] A. Melvino. 1604. 1623: Andrea Melvino.
1662 5-8 om. 1623 18 taurorum, ovium 1662: tauro, & oviumr 1620, 1623

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