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dc.contributor.author Daniel, Samuel
dc.coverage.placeName Chicago/London
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dc.date.created 1603
dc.date.issued 1993-06-10
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<Text id=DanEpis> <Author>Daniel, Samuel</Author> <Title>Epistles</Title> <Edition>Poems and A Defence of Ryme. Arthur Colby Sprague, ed. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1965</Edition> <Date>1603</Date> <body> <loc><locdoc>DanEpis101</locdoc><milestone n=101> <div0 type=letter> <l>TO</l> <l>SIR THO: EGERTON KNIGHT,</l> <l>LORD KEEPER OF THE GREAT</l> <l>SEALE OF ENGLAND.</l> <l>WEll hath the powreful hand of Maiestie,</l> <l>Thy worthines, and <i>Englands</i> happe beside,</l> <l>Set thee in th`aidfulst roome of dignitie,</l> <l>As th`<i>Isthmus</i>, these two Oceans to divide</l> <l>Of <i>Rigor</i> and confus'd <i>Uncertaintie</i>,</l> <l n=10>To keepe out th'entercourse of wrong and pride, </l> <l>By th'extreame current of licencious might.</l> <l>Now when we see the most combining band,</l> <l>The strongest fastning of societie</l> <l><i>Law</i>, whereon all this frame of men doth stand,</l> <l>Remaine concussed with uncertaintie,</l> <l>And seeme t . . .
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