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A NEW EDITION
G L O S S A RY,
And Notes explanatory and critical
JOHN UP TON
IN TWO VOL U M E S.
VOLUME the SE CON D.
L O N D ON:
As that, through long continuance of his course,
From the first point of his appointed sourse ;
It's now at earst become a stonie one;
Of vertue and of civill uses lore
When iustice was not for most meed out-hyred,
Is now cald vice; and that which vice was hight,
that was is right;
And so doe make contrarie constitution
For whoso lift into the heavens looke,
And search the courses of the rowling spheares,
Hath now forgot where he was plast of yore,
So hardly butted those two twinnes of love,
And all his creatures from their course astray; Till they arrive at their last ruinous decay.
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