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<Text id=DanDeli> <Author>Daniel, Samuel</Author> <Title>Delia</Title> <Edition>Poems and A Defence of Ryme. Arthur Colby Sprague, ed. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1965</Edition> <Date>1592</Date> <body> <loc><locdoc>DanDeli9</locdoc><milestone n=9> <div0> <p><i>Right honorable, although I rather desired to keep in the private passions of my youth, from the multi- tude, as things utterd to my selfe, and consecrated to silence: yet seeing I was betraide by the indiscretion of a greedie Printer, and had some of my secrets bewraide to the world, uncorrected: doubting the like of the rest, I am forced to publish that which I never ment. But this wrong was not onely doone to mee, but to him whose un- matchable lines have indured the like misfortune; Ignor- ance sparing not to commit sacriledge upon so holy Reliques. Yet Astrophel, flying with the wings of his own fame, a higher, pitch then the gross-sighted can dis- cerne, hath registred his owne name . . .
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