The Works of George Herbert

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GEORGII HERBERTI ANGLI


MUSAE RESPONSORIAE
AD ANDREAE MELVINI SCOTI
ANTI-T AMI-CAMI-CATEGORIAM

Agustissimo Potentissimóque Monarchae
IACOBO, D.G.

Magnae Britanniae Franciae, & Hiberniae
Regi. Fidei Defensori &c.
Geo. Herbertus.

ECce recedentis foecundo in littore Nili
Sol generat populurn luce fouente nouum.
Antè tui, CAESAR, quàm fulserat aura fauoris,
Nostrae etiarn Musae vile fuere lutum:

Nunc adeÓ per te viuunt, vt repere possint, 5
Síntque ausae thalarnurn solis adire tui.

Illustriss. Celsissimóque

CAROLO,
Walliae, à Iuuentutis Principi.

QVam chartam tibi porrigo recentem,
Humanae decus atque apex iuuentae,
Obtutu placido benignus affles,
Namque aspectibus è tuis vel vnus

Musae Responsoriae. From Ecclesiastes Solomonis. Auctore Joan. Viviano. Canticum Solomonis: Nec non Epigrammata Sacra, Per Ja. Duportum. Accedunt Georgii Herberti Musae Responsoriae ad Andreae Melvini Anti-Tami-CamiCategoriam. Cantabrigiae: Ex Officina Joannis Field, celeberrimae Academiae Typographi. Anno Domini, 1662. (A copy in library of Trin. Coll. Cam.) (Here cited as D) For Melville's Anti-Tami-Cami-Categoria, see Appendix, p. 609.

Carolo Principi. 1 recentem 2 decus, 4. Namque Pickering's emendation: Nam D

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