A rememberance of the honours due to the life and death of Robert, Earl of Salisbury

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s.n., 1612 - 27 pages
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Page vii - I was imboldened the rather (though I dare not commend) yet to commit it to your Noble Patronage, neither are Dramma's...
Page 13 - THE world (I see) is waxt vnkinde, And time forgets what time hath done: And spightfull spight weares out of minde, The doubtfull race great men doe run.
Page 26 - OF THE MISERABLE ESTATE OF WORLDLY ESTATES ALL SUBIECT TO CHANGE AND TIMES ENUIE.

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