The Works of George Herbert

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ORATIONES

I. Oratio Domini Georogij Herbert, Oratoris
Academiae Cantabrigiensis, habita coram Do
minis Legatis cùm Magistro. in Artib. titulis
insignirentur.
27. Febr. 1622. [i.e. 1622/3]

Excellentissimi Magnificentissimi Domini,

POST honores eximios, praefecturas insignes, Legationes Nobilissimas, aliósque titulos aequè nobis memorantibus, ac merentibus vobis gratissimos, Saluete tandem Ma

gistri Artium, ∧ quidern omnium Aulicarum, Militarium5
, Academicarum. Cuius noui tituli accessionem summè gratulantur Excellentijs Vestris Musae omnes, Gratiaéque, obsecrantes, vt deponatis paulisper vultus illos bellicos, quibus hostes soletis in potestatem redigere, leniorésque
aspectus, ∧ dulciores assumatis; nos etiam extientes os10
illud, ∧ supercilium quibus caperatam seueriorémque Philosophiam expugnare nouimus, quicquid hilare est, laetum, ac lubens, vestram in gratiam amplectimur. Quid enim iucundius accidere potest, quàm vt ministri Regis
Catholici ad nos accedant? cuius ingens gloria aequè15
rotunda est atque ipse orbis: qui vtrasque Indias Hispaniâ suâ quasi nodo connectens, nullas metas laudum, nullas Herculeas columnas, quas iam olim possidet, agnoscit. Iamdudum nos omnes, nostrúmque regnum gestimus fieri
participes eius sanguinis, qui tantos spiritus solet infundere20
. Et quod obseruatione cum primis dignum est, quò magìs amore coalescamus, vtraque gens Hispanica, Britannica, colimus Iacobum. Iacobus tutelaris Diuus est vtrique nostrum; vt satìs intelligatis, Excellentias vestras tanto

The Oration and translation from True Copies Of all the Latine Orations, made at Cambridge on the 25. and 27. of Februarie last past 1622. With their translations into English. London, Printed by W. Stansby for Richard Meighen. 1623. 15 Catholica 17 nodo Ed : misprinted modo (see translation)

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