The poems of Henry Howard, earl of Surrey Volume 43 by Thomas B. StockwellThe poems of Henry Howard, earl of Surrey Volume 43 by Thomas B. Stockwell

The poems of Henry Howard, earl of Surrey Volume 43

byThomas B. Stockwell, Henry Howard Surrey

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ... as the roaring waves the sunken ship surround, Great heaps of care did swallow me, and I no succour found: For they whom no mischance could from my love divide, Are forced, for my greater grief, from me their face to hide. The Prologue.?HE sudden storms that heave me to and fro, Had well near pierced Faith, my guiding sail; For I, that on the noble voyage go To succour truth, and falsehood to assail, Constrained am to bear my sails full low; And never could attain some pleasant gale. For unto such the prosperous winds do blow As run from port to port to seek avail.1 This bred despair; whereof such doubts did grow That I gan faint, and all my courage fail. But now, my Blase,2 mine error well I see; Such goodly light king David giveth me. 1 Advantage. "Blame " in the old edition. George Blage, a friend of Surrey's, who accompanied him to Landrecy. He was of a good Kentish family, was educated at Cambridge, and addressed a poem to Lord Wriothesley. Quam bonus Israel Deus. Psalm Lxxiii. jHOUGH, Lord, to Israel thy graces plenteous be; I mean to such, with pure intent as fix their trust in Thee, Yet whiles the Faith did faint that should have been my guide, Like them that walk in slipper paths, my feet began to slide; Whiles I did grudge at those that glory in their gold, Whose loathsome pride enjoyeth wealth in quiet, as they would. To see by course of years what nature doth appair,1 The palaces of princely form succeed from heir to heir. From all such travails free, as 'long to Adam's seed, Neither withdrawn from wicked works by danger, nor by dread. Whereof their scornful pride, and gloried with their As garments clothe the naked man, thus are they clad in vice. Thus, as they wish, succeeds the mischief that they mean; Whose glutted cheeks...
Title:The poems of Henry Howard, earl of Surrey Volume 43Format:PaperbackDimensions:42 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.09 inPublished:May 5, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217153534

ISBN - 13:9780217153539