Divine emblems, or, Temporal things spiritualized

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Divine emblems, or, Temporal things spiritualized
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Bunyan, John, 1628-1688
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839
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COLRTtUUS READER,

PjI title page will flhiw, irI'lou w'ilt look,
A Wo are the pr.-rer flbij:th o:' thils book.
Tliey're boys pF 7"1 n" a11 f'irt;. .- a degrees,
'Fumr ihofe of-I'.,- t'., cl r-I ir'- ,-, J .' 'le.' ..
Thus comrrebeihe;-i a- i: ,"' .. w, m .
T he'y re'Trt ':ic to iz .--' ir.,.i. cili.l:l h ir.ions. "
\,'e no ..* .' o'vs %vi b,-ar I. a'r giris that be
* '* thug.- v.rrTn, La'ting griiiiy.
1 : ' ne me. fince I thts derc-ibc.

Fl. no-, Til thc-e.rc L.r',b them
T.' i c ,r i,i-'.mpr.t (tf th.,me'.ves,
'T -a men i' e .;i i, ,s rmn t 'h i''..
T z r .:ic tri: ,1:, I mole, am'l *a y, n ,".
r'.'.v ,y lil-.' %-rv,' I- .;'s id gi-l o 'o ,
S\ i;h -, I ilihe Irinsic FoolC ,i.s of the age,.
,"' A',; I tat in .'in iefv, -s on a flage
'' i-'r be.arded men' do a-t lIk', [vard!,.+ boys,
Sjar women p.ic thimftehe-. wuith child'dh taysi .,..
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Our minidlers l.-I.ng imn,' by word a4 ..:
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'. I ftead of mrgn they Tbdm thwat gt4#tlMd
ITonouglint idiaed but to caiffy^
IWherefore. dear rerA~w^ ?Al
f' 1 now "rith them the Aery y ijilay*-
p, ,Ajpd fince at gravity they a
^ MvTyery beard I call behind a biiA.
|P. M And like a to? fliand fing'ring ofthtnjqtly
i. *Apl a.> Lhew Ltey are but girls an


r' lfi atho' I think faWe 'pay
H .t chld, becufe I with them pl.a :
*Orhew them how each 6ngle-faone1 .
0iWca they dote,' does but their fouh enmangle,
wlth a'web, a ttap, a gn,' a fare:
,d *ill deffroy them, bavttbhy not a care.


.feen'd to play the fool, that he might gaimt
.liMwerfools infemd, if notingrain,'-
at by hfc things, to. let them ee '
Ekjpdtip. their fin, and vnaity:
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'Nor would I to confine rayfelfto thfe,
A, to (hun gr.av'r things, but fkek to pleaf%
'1 thofe more conmp,'d with better dlfia- .,han toys;.
'Thi,' I woaUld Lcu be catching ,irls and boys.

Wherefore if men inclined are :o look,
Perhaps th2ir graver finzies mny be took
With what ii h,- ;, tha' but in hIm 'ly rhimes :
But he %ho p' -. f, s a!l n-.0fl ife b-im:ns.
Sonmr, I pefoail.r me, wi!' be finding= f..or,
CoIdcudi'ig, he-e I trip, and there I hilt :
No >ou't fcIen could ti g-ov'ling -no.ionn raife
By fir.n:-lpan terms, th: chiali:ngc minicht the ba's.
S'iouhl II be farc'i their br.;n; to lay afle
Tlt cv',-,r ireg'a'c the fP,: ling t" e ;i
r Ey 'i;i or thi' nan's faocy, %.e fbhoul have
'h: vife, uto the tjo!, become a flave.
V.'na" too' m., texT feems rocan, .my moralT be
('C. "r 2 i: Ft ; h'd I'r.,' a fublir'E r tree.
.An,. if ,imre b.1'..r tiT ar a flv,
in. fo).e at .. h.., -.-i'or h: .J edeny
Th.-ir nr..ki-.ig prU.Cf, or g.'d experimert,
01 C .idllel cingi', g'-c: raiichiefs to prctnh P

S Wiferc Solomor. dil loc., to pnil-ies fed,-
S To 1.arn true uifdur, as.. ihtir livec. to me-al.
Ye3, God by f,% Ltoni, cuckoc. and the ..!,
S -ews they arc fools w ho 1 't thtat f-afon pifs,
W'.'hi;h he put in thrir hind, that to obtain,
Wh ich is both prelient and eternal guan.
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I ihir'. th- nirer fort my rhime may fli.2ht,
While 1 pei uc h-iem. Fools aiill take dr-IIg-,t.
Then vnr.u cx-e I ? the foolifih,God !-as ch.fe ;
Arid dots bv foolifli i ings, their minds ccnipof:,
Ar.\ C:tle upon lh.t hwi.ch is dilin i
Grta: things, by little c.,es, are made to .hine.

I cru'd, UCrt I 113 pl.3a'a, ure h 1g.er firain. :
And for ;lp'I.!uDe o i t-nter- i1 Etci MI, bruins ;
But knr.:t ncerds tha". t'-e a c'- cut of f.2ht,
Dc.:; :rr.t the 1.?roe-. nrr t ve v..'c m3n f,.-r ;
To N-jr., too h..h .l.i make but c'lIdr, i g ':ze, .
"is that Wa.;ic. !., l'e man doth him amnze.

As for the incr:ir lenfs *'
Of things, b.' %khich I dcth my mindl exprl>f,:
May I by t!-.em bring frmne good tl.i-., to p-.l,
As Sampler', vwih the iaw-ho,- ofaiill ;
0. as b-ave Shangaor wii his ox's o:Jd.
jposh thirlh unma'nly, roty nr war in mode)
flaie my e-'d. inn' I m-il-exrcr :
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W HAT, brrr.n here! in this Co ,po'i fiP?
TIhe figi.t of liis diuth make GC'. heart
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Vrom 'iring thee his beflfng, barren tree ;
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Art thou not planted by the water fid.- 7
Know'11 not thy lord by frlit is glerify'd
The fenience is, Cut down the barren tree :
BWar fruit, or elfce thine end will curle'd be )

Thou haq been digge-d about and dunged tio,.
Will -.?ither patience, nor yet dreffing do?
The etrcutioieris come, 0 tree,
SBear fruit, or ellk thine end will cutfed be!

-ie th:a about thy roots takes pains to c -,
Would, if on thee wer., found but one g )ao fig,
Pirferv: thee fr'nim the axe ; but, barrern 'ic,
B.-arfruit, or elft t'l;ne cni will cured be !

* ie utrnol end of .patience is at hand, ?
'Ts mdch if thou mach longer here dth lPand,
0 camber-ground, thbn anrt a inrrn trt.-,
B-ar f:uii, or elfe thie cad \i. cui' fcJ be !

Thy flanli ig, nor t;, nar:e %1.ill hel,' at .11 ;
W.Leai fruitful trces are fpartJ, thiou mul flail,
The a'e i, [LiJ lto tl;hy rj i,. 0 tree!
Bear fruit, or elIe t.:y end \,il curLd be.


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Upon Lark and the F-.'.'vr.


T HOU simple bird, wha: makes thee here tl
Look, the-,c'i the fowler, pr'yce.-coie atwy,
Do'll r.,t benuld the neti? L6ok there 'is Ipread,
Venture a little further tuon art dead.
Is there not roomer.,oug'h in all the filid i
' For thee tu pla>' in1,I '1 tl.ou need. mut yield
Tro ihe deceitful g rlit'nr.; of a gltls,
Between itct pl-c'd, to bring thy death m pafs
B'rd, if tlou 1 t Ib ru-h for dizzling light.
Lopk Lterc 's wie lit abuse trice: Jan upright
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Wnhat are profierrs more than
Nothing at all. Nay, there s n
Either tor wealth, or wit, that m:
In many thi-g,, with fome that c
Good then thcy are, when morti'
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G OD gave us c!o',.s to hide
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H ci.'s no cuck by' fd! r,- rc..'m 0.e Irn ;
1 Ncr man a Cnridiu i .! .i1 a ,in.
T'i- erg 's iat firl coa j. -d in 1,c I' ell,
M-n fore g.ate, in i-i o: t I. .'r dhe 1
TIee-r., whenlaid, ru nii n inr. a cl'cken,
Ad l i.rhl by grac- e d:ni in dc' 'doe' icku-.
Tne chick at firl' i: i, L;'-- crill corifin'd ;
S he-iv'n-born fouls r, ;- a ir : Ili !I d.,aa'd.
T .-ie bli l dothli crack, tEr, CL.,,L L!'-, c-iii;p .7nd

T" e fc *'-d-.civ a I thr :hrin, p-r.." anrd % eq.
1The IT. ;i droi i br:-..k, t, t i:'ok I Iberzv,
'1 he F.l h i.-.I, cff, !:L.c .NC L.. L: is Up Ln high.
But LEr'h do rot c.ri '.l .t i .-a !ic ht ;
The .bti i ii!'a:, the, r1 c'.v iC.:,! the kiW e.
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But chicks from rotten eggs do not procepL
Nor is an hypocrite a fiiI int, cd.
The rotten egg. tho' wndciIemih the hin, i
If cracked, finks, anJ is loazihccne uI,:o men.
Nor doth her warr-m:..- rnake wi it is ronten fouad
What's rotten, routc will at la!d hb tour.
The hypocrite, fin !.. ,:m in pcffeflon,
lie is a rotxea erg under ; :ef-.icn. '

Some eggs i.g rccl:ati'cui;: and fome tien,
Some hatch'd al ] brooded in the viper's dtn.
Some c.4.s bring vild fowls ; and fomre nimer, there [
be'
'b** o' sth tf e . '
A. wild :i arr t ,'e ;i iLe._ t.hat f e.
SoriLe eggi h i-g f ;r-; and fopie m-ain arpear
More etorin'd :...n t... jrit of foidero .'e.
Some eg-s hrir, pi!..i, es; pid 6i.me fe.a to me
A' r.iuc, il t l. tir .nai the pl'-nire, be.
.. t:1i; d. ,.'.ers r-,.:5 i-rm difl'ier.r fNapes,
A, like ,-c e c. :n am -i.nr'kies are to apeC:
But 'Iis :s bL. an e ,." c it a cLi>.-,
-cie ...AiJ bt a ., L.>. .-, aC bones topic.


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Of Fowls tI.rg isfi rle Air.



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And as they dit-trfare in !.u; and hue,
S. -.re rhe' in their %a .y 1 ..I. g tac..
So many bi.d., 1- miiy va' O.- things
i"BTim in te eleerm.t ULLon tneir wings.,
C 0M P A R I SON.
ThIfc bir aIr: emblems of thofe i en, that fthal
V -e lonv obirel4, die heavens, their all in nil.
_/ 'h: eich ar' o- a ,iff'rerIt fripe *iJ Hir, d
To ia,"I, we of' all nations thece hall find.
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- T'.v are fame great, foae litl- as we fee,
To (hew, fome great, frame final, in glo,-y be.
Thier flyi-g ,i 3'fr.f', as we behold,' :
I; fhew fai'ts joys %, ill there b maraifold.
Some giue, fome m'.I j-., f.n- Rufotr, and ibinae do,
In a arvxt wav of Rying, glorv tnai.
To t ..a: e-ch (h-'l to hi full content,
Be happy in that heavenlv fir mani.nt.
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A ih--; 'd: day or no.r
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Qoa iAt Lord's PrIy-r.






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'-.i ZiJn, .m wil, be done;
S' !;" ",.'nl r'..r ; ;i llowed:
I i kj- n earli ,. a '. with tl)ee,
WVe I uihlv 'y.; :
Anri let oor .rrc : us be giv'n
Frrmn d;.v to ,'" .
p rg.%e cnur dtbii, c;' forgive
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ru CLv u& fr.-.-i tiT .--4-d fn( rf.
"j'l k-"t-d .r,", , i: power trO.
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Befor it ... -- -u' .'ti'le 'ic m ther!

YeaHIS Alin', w'.n'.? cj of mi:,d, hjt : h;re aki'ir, "f
I s f y re ir,i!.l i .r i m a k e thcir cent 1u1l '
'et i a)i'O .. a P.ci't w uit h as werer,
Before it touch 'd the v,. r.\'r, 01 cani there-"M
Its Iiarinefs is not ini the le-ar abated, -
'TIS not: at all by water p.v.;.ra.e~d.
Thought water hath' a {,:''.'r,:c"\ virloe in t, X
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This flint an emblem is of thofe that lie,
Under the word like ftones, until they die.
Its crystal fCreamns have not their n-,ures chaan'd,
They are not from their luflts by grace trangdJ.

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J.Take her from thence, no-e can her death
Prevent; -
A AIro. n have faid, who have tran.i-reffrs been,
7%:-i ncit be, as to be kLept fwra in.

T!e v..tr is the fflh's element.
Lea',e L.er but there, and flie w.:.l be conrt;
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So'slie, who in thepath of life doth pind,
Take all, lfays hke, let me but have my God.

The water is the fifth's element;
Her f-ortnps t'.-re to her are'excellent
Sois God's fervic' unto Loly men,
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THIS pretty bird. oh! how fhe flies and fings.
But could l1;. do fo if the had not wings
ieer ingsi belpeak my faith, her fongs my peace;
;A'hen I believe apd fing, my dcubti.ig, ccaie.


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T HE bee goes out, and honey homn-dcth brirw
And Ibne who feek [h-[ horey finrd a Iliug.
Now would'l thou hdi e the honey, and be fict
From ftingirg ; in toe firit place kill the bee.

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This bL zn emblemrn truly is of fin,
VItiiCe (i ei unto a mrv death hlAth been.
Wcuj' cu' hic.uhve fweet from fin, and yet notdie,
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L, wirh the Jdav I fee the clouds appear,
", Arid mnix lth: ligit with darknefs ci'ry
hlere ;
This !hreactre thofe who on long journies ga, .
I1 i L they hall meet with flabby r lnor faoi.
Elfe while I gaze, the fun doth ii r. his beams
Belace the clouds, as 'twere with bloodyv ilreaims;
Then suddenly thofe :h,.:, do % airy grow,
And weep and pour their tears OLIt *here they go.

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Thus 'tis when gc.frpel light does ufher ihn
To us, both fenfe of grace, and fenf; of fin
Yea, when it makes fin red with Jefu-' blood,
Theu we can weep, till weeping does ui zood
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T IS fOrange to fee how over nice iarc fl
About their clothes, their bodies anf'f.lr
home;
While what 's of worth, they fliglitly pafs it by,
Not doing it at all, or Ilove-'ly.
Their houses mulft &ell furnifhi'd he in print
While their immortal foul has no good isn't.
Its outside alla they mufll lihcaiffy,
While there is isn't farce common honefty.
Thei-hodiesthev mufl have trck',d urp and trim
Their inside full of filth up E., ih- brim.
Upon ti-ir clohces there muil nut he n fpot,
Wi.reas their lives a'e but one cni.-n bkt.
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DIVINE EMBLEMS


SHow nice, how coy are frome about their di&-,
That can their crying fouls v.ith hoy's-meat quiet.
All muff be dreft t' a hair, or efe '.is nughi ;
While of the living bread they have no thought.
7hihu for their outside the. are cl.,.n and nice,
Wadie their poor iu1dz links with fin and vice.

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WO cfacramnents I do believe there be,
Ev'n Bapriim and the Supper of the Lordc
Bi, i mysteries divine, which du :o me,
B3 Gol's appointment, bcnerii aThord
But fiaall tn-% be -nY GW.5, or lhall [ have
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FOR YOtTpH.
To t1ink that from the curfe tley can me five
tread, wine, nor water me no raufomn boughr.

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MAN's like a candle in a c.'andleick,
Made up of idllov and a little wick :
For what the candle is, befo-r 'tis lighted,
Jnll fdch be tjrr; who are in Gn benightel..
Nor c-n a man hi- foul v.itii grace inspire,
More than tl he called fet heinrelves on fire.
Candles receive their light from what they ntre
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4eni grace from him, for whom at rfl they care
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25 DIVINE FIMBLEM,

We fl'3tnage candles h'hen tici take the flrej
God men, when he %% ith grace do'-. -. them infpire.

And biggell cindles give the better light,
As grace on biggdl finners mihiics oft bright.

The candle fhinesto make arinotl.ei fe.
A fain; unto his neighk.ur light liould be.

The blinking candle we do much JcfFife,
S.-ints dim of light are high in no rman's eyve..

Agair, though it may fe-th to rore'e 2 r'ale,
'We ule to light our candle at the middle
True light dcth at the candle's er.d appear,
And grace the heart fitr reaches by the car.
But 'tis the sick the fire doth kindle on,
As 1i6 the heart that grace firfl works upon.
Thais borti do f.flen uppn v.ha ', the main,
A:nd fa .hei- lifc and vigour do maintain.

The t-llnot'mn-,kes the nick yicld to the fire,
And li-fL'r fefli doth mike ihe foul desire,
That giice ,c r-v hindl- on it, in it burn ;
b. evil makes the foul from evil turn.

Ldt can'le-s in the Bind are .it to flare;
AnJ C iriljns in a t,-mpefl, to dt pair.
W'e iee the flinic wii. fmoke :'.-n'eJ i-: ;
And in our hcly lii cs t!.crc 's nmLh amil-.

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FOR YOULT'-H.


Sometimes a thief will car !e-'ihet nnoy;
And tufts dofeek oar grn,', to dce'lrY.
What brackifh is \% ill make a candle fputter ;.
'Twixt fin and grace there's oft' a r.'.avy clutter.
Sometimes the light bums dim, 'cauLfe cfthc frniff,
And sometimes 'tis blown quite out \ith\ a puff ;
But watchfulnefs preventeth both thele evil.;,
Keeps candles light, and grace in fpite of devils.

But eit not fnuffs nor puffs make us to dcubt;
Our candles may be lirgniJ. tho' pofft out.
The candle in the night doth all excel,
Nor fun, nor moon, nor flars, th"n Nhine fo wtll.
So is the Chriqlian in our h,. *iff',,re,
WVhole light thews others how their conrle to fleer.
When candle are put out all 'i in con!u-hinr 1
,,here Chrillians are net, devils make i,-,Lrdlon.
They then are happy "'io ;ucIh candles h3ae.
All other." dwell in darknefs iand tl'- crave.
But candles tlat do bliik within the lo,:kit,
And fai,'ts whofe eyes a."', al s in thiir rocket,
Are much alike ; tuch ca'dlks mttce u lurnlh!-;
And at fuch faints, good men and bad do fumble.

Good candles doht% ofn'- 1, cccew't fc:e eyes,
Nor hurt, unlefs it be t'le filly flie- :
Thus none like burning candles in the night.
Nor ought to holy Eling ro: d:light.

'But let us draw towards the ca-in!'s end:
Tl'-.c fie you fee doth wick and ia.lo.v fpend :
C 5 A






A D \ DIVINE LMBLE'.'.

As prace rnn's life, until his zlafsis ruVn
And fo the candle ana the man is done.

The man row lays hin do% n upon his Led,
Tne wick yields up its fire and fo is dead.
The candle now extinl is, but the man,
B) grace mounts up to glory, there to ftland.

XVII.

*v-oa the Sun's RSe teWrn up.: the Clauks in a fait
Mij, p'n,


.. f J. ,


T OOK .'onler, ah' me::',inks mine eye! do fee,
Cloud. e;'d with lijer, as fine garments
be!
Tlhey lock as if they f-, the golden face,
Tk't makes L'.:k' cloluil niolt beautiful with
.grac..t

Unto






FOR YOUTH. 29

X'nto the faints feet incenfe of their prayer,.
'Thefe f-okry curled clouds I do compare.
or as thefe clouds7feem edg'd, or lac'd with gold..
S Their prayers return with Heffings manifold.
'XVIII.

7'e, Si;nr and ihe Sfider


L ." .M' "r .
H AT black, what ugly crawling thing .tt- ,
thou I
St ; der.
I am a fpider----
Sinrer.
A fpider, aye; ;truly a filthy creature.
-Sot filthy as fi name or fca:'
.Kot filt~hy as thyrfclfin name or fcafjr'





DIVINE EMIBLEMSI


My name em-iilcd is to m- crearin ;
M]y featuirc frjm the Gud of th)y salvation.
Stimmer.
I amn a man, and in God's image made,
I have a foul fhall neither die nor fade:
God has FcfitfTed me with human iealon.
Speak not aga".-'* me, left tu i' fptikcll treafon.
For if I am the imae of my oi-Ke-,
Of leaderr laid on me he is paiiaker.


I know tlOc art a creature far above we,
Therefore I fhun, I fear, ard alfo love thee.
But the' rhv 1 odfath m.ie thee fach a creature,
Thiu ,1 ft "'tanilt him ofien played the traitor.
Tly fin has fetch 'd ihee do%% n ; leave c if to bc:f4l
N iture thou haft deSil'd, God's image loft.
Ye. thou, thvlelf a ver: beail ha2 wade,
And art become like grafs, which fcon doth fade.
Thy '-:l, thy realtn, yea, thy fpotlefs fRate,
Sin lias f.vjtteed to th' mnoll dre.dfal fate.
But I ictJ.ir my pi__itive condiiom,
I 've all but what I loft by thy ambition.

Sin ver.
Thou renom'd thing, I know not what to call
Sthee,
The dre?3 cf nature furely did befal thee
Thou t. il comFo.:'d o' th' dic.f and fcram fall,
len aha. ihe.e, and in frorn thee Spider call.
2fidr.






FOR YOUTH. 3L


,Ty venorm 's good for fomething; fince God
Made it.
S Thy nature fin hath fpoil'd, and doth 3j'prn.4 it.
Thou art defpoil'd of good : and tho' I fear thit e,
I will not, tho' I might, defpife aid jeer thee.
Thou fay'ft I am the very dregs of nature,
Thy lin 's the fpawn of devils, 'tis,no creature.
Thou ay'ift man hates me, 'caufe 1 am a fpider,
Poor mian, thou at thy God art 4 derider;
My venom tendeth to my prefervation,
Thy pieafine follies work out thy damnation.
Poor man, 1 keep the rules of my creation,
Thy fi.has cafl thee headlong from thy Rlation.
I hurt nobody willingly ; but thou
Art a felf-murderer: thou know'fl rot how
T i do what's good; no, for thu lovefl evil;
Thbu flylt God's law, adhereft to the devil.


Thowill-flaapid thing, there's an antipathy
'Twixt man and fpiders, 'tis in ivan to lie;
Sand off, f hate thee, if thou dofl come gh ne M,
I 'II crufih thee with my foot: I do defy Lhee.

Spider.'
SThey are ill-fhap'd, who warped are by fin,
HYtred in thee to God hath long time been:
No marv-el d'en indeed, if me his creature
Tbol doll defy, pretendig name and fatuTe.
Ouat






DIVrNE EMELtIMS


But why hand off? My presence fliall not throng1
thee,
'Tis not my venorm, but thy f1n doth wrong thee.

Come, twill teach thee wifjom, do but hear
tie,
I was made for thy proit, do-not fear me.
But if thl, Go' thou wilt not hearken to,
S What can th,. w;,llow, ant, and fpider do ?
Yet I will fpeak, I can but be rei.ed,
Sometimes, great thing.;, by final means are ef-
feled.

Hark then, tho' man is noble by cref-Ion.
H-e', lapfed now to fuch degeneration
A; not to griene (, fo crelefs ii he grown,
T-o' he himfelf has fadly overthrown,
And brought to bonivde every earthly thing,
Ev'n from the very fpidcr tn the king :
Th;ii we poor fenfaril'es do feel arnd fLe
For ubiLjet-l to the curfe yecu mide us Le.
Tr.-:! net upon me, either from me go ;
ri, man which h3s brought all the world to soe-
S The law of rmv creation bids me teach thee;
I will no- for thy pride to God impeach thee.
I fpin, 1 weave, and all to let ithee fee,
Thy bell performances but cobwebs be.
Thy glory now i? brought to fuch an ebb,
It doth nivt mach excel the fpider's web.





POR YOUTH.


Mv webs becoming fares and traps for fles.
bo ftt the wiles of hell before thine eyes,
Their tangling nature isto let thee fee,
Thy fins (too) of a tangling nature he.
TVv den, or hole, for that 'cis bottomlel's,
Domh of damnation fhew the lallingnefs.
My lying quiet till the fly is catcht.
Shews, fecretly hell ha:h thy ruin ha.-lit.
In that I on her feize, when (he is ijtan,
I Shew who gathers whom God hath forfaken.
The fly lies buzzing in my web to tell
How winners always roar and howl in hell.
Now fince I (bhev. thee all thefe myfleries,
How canft thou hate me ; or me fcandalize I

Sisver.

VWe!, well; I wiql no more be a O"ltl.r,
I did not look for ftah things from a ipida.

Slider.

Come. hold thyv peace, what I have yet to fay,
If heeded, may help thee another day.
Since I an ugly ven'mous creature bp,
S There's fome refemblance twixtt vile man and me.

MIy mild and hredlefs runnings ar- like thofe
I Vhofe wavs to ruin do their fouls expose.
Day light'is not n-'v time, I work i' th'night,
To Ihew, they are iike me who hate th; light.
T-e






34, *D INF FM'lKEM3

T.'e m id fweeps one A -b doL n, I makk"? inntter,
To :hew how heedl.-,r o e con L"i ns fmnotrei.
My web is no dcfince at all Lno ni,
Nor will falfe hopes at judJgment be to thee.
Sin 'er.

0 f-ni'r. T have heArd thee, and do ivonier,
A fpider fhu',d thus lig itei, and thus thunder
S~i. f-.

Do but hold fIlll, and I will let thee fee,
Yet in my xways more myfteries there be.
Siall aot I do thee good, if I thee tell,
I fhew to thee a four-fold way to hell ?
For fiance, I fet my %cb in fandry places,
I fiew men go to helt in divers traces.

One I let in the iindow, t'hat I rr.iglt
Shew fomrc go own to hell with gofpel light.

One I fet in a corner, as yon fee,
To lew how fome in flcrct filnared be.

Grofr, webs Prte-itlore I fet in darkrome places,
,To flew, how many fin %,ith brazen aces.

Another wcb I fet aloft on high,
To ILew there 's ionme profefriny men mull die.
Thus in my ways. God ivilidon lth conceal;
And by my way:., "hL w.iflam doth ret al.
~ II hide






FOR YOUTH.


I hide m\ felf when I for flies do wait,
So dtef'i the devld when he lays his bait;
If I do fear the lofing of my prey,
, I dfir me, and more Inares upon her I s.
This way, and that, her wings and 'I,, I tie,
That hure as flhe is catch'd, To fhe muft die.
But-if I fee the's like to get away,
Then with my venom I he- .ur,' lay.
All which my ways, the d. % irr.iti1 s
To catch men, 'caufe he their faivation .at-s.

Sinner.
0 fplder, thou delight'ft me with thy ulUl,
I pr'ythee fpit this venom at me fill,
Sfidter.

I am a fpider, yet I can poflfefs
The palace of a king, where happinefs
So much abounds.. Nor when I Jo go thiher,
Do they afk what, or W;ience I come, or whiLher
I mike my hafty travels ? no, not they;
Tiey let me pafs, and I -c. -n my way.
I feize the pal-:-, do with hands take hold
Of doors, or 1 .cL or bolts ; yet I am bold,
When in, to clamber up u'to the throne,
S And to poffefs it, as if 't.ere my own.
Nor is there any a'w tfc rbhd inr me
I etre to abide, or in this palace be.

A 'leafure I ascend tlh 'i-.phefl it-ri40i,
,Anj InLI I fit, and fo t.huiud thb.: gries
S Myreir







3 6 DIVINE EMBtEMS
Myfelfis compafs'd .ith, as ifI were,
"One of the chiefeft cou'rtiers that be there.
Here lords and ladies do come round about meb,,
'With grave demeanour, nor doaany flout me,
For this my brave adventure, no, nft they ;
They come, they go, but leave me there to ftayk
Now my reproacher, I do all by this
Shea- how thou may'fl poffefs thyfelf of blifi:
Thou art worfe than a fpider, but take hold
On Chrill, the door that fall not beconLrol'd
tv him do thou the h evenly palace enter;
None e'er will chide thee for thy brave adventure,
Approach thou then unto the very throne,
There peak thy mind: fear not, thdie day's thine
own. .
'Nor faint, nor angel will thee flop or ftay,
But rather tumble blocks out of the way.
Mv. venom flops not me ; let not thy vice
Strp theei poffefs thyfelf of ,arjdife.

Goon, I fT', although thou be a finner,
Learn to be bld in tauni of me fplrmner.
This is the way tra. gl-irie-, tc p,'-refu ,
And to enjoy what no man can exprefs.

Sometimes I find the palace door up-lockt,
And fo my entrance thither has up-blockt.
But am I daunted? No, I here and there
Do feel and fearch; and fo if any where,-






tOR YOUTH


At any ehinl or crei ice find my way,
1 crowd, I prefs for pafrage, make no flay .
And fo thro' difficulty I aitain
The palace, yea, the throne where princes reign.

I crowd fornetimes, as if I'd burI in ander ;
And art thou crufb'd with flriving ? do not won-
der.
Some scarce get in, and yet indeed the" enter;
Knock, for they nothing have, that nothing venture.

Nor will the King himfelf throw dirt on tl-,
AM thou haft car reproaches upon me;
Heiwill not hate thee, 0 thou foul backfliderI
As thou didft me because I am a "pider.

Now, to conclude: fiance I mch dGoCtrine bring*
Slight me no more, call me not ugly thing.
God wifdom hath unto the pifmire given,
And fpiders may teach men the way to heaven.

Sinnerf,
Well, my good fpider, I my errors fee,
was a fool for railing fo at thee.
Tl'v nature, venom, and thy fearful hoe,
i But Ihewiv what finners are and what they do.

Thy way and works do alfo darkly tell,
Hlow fome men go to heaven, and fome to hell.
Thou art my monitor, I am a fool;
They may learn, that to Ipiders go to fehool.
SXIX. M-adi-





DIVINE EIhL.LMS
XIX.
,L..,",aiit;, upn the Day before the S-rnfing.


II
I, -1.?-. '~'r v
.r --'___ .=--- -.. _- ---_ ..i
l .-_--' .: _o .. .^;^ ... .. . -. -: -[,-
S- '', - ... -r --:J -. ",:


'I---------'- -:-.5" --- "~ ---ikl


RU T all this while, where's he whofe golden ravs
SDrives night away, and beautifies our days? *
Were 'she whole goodly face doth warm and heal,
And fhew us Ahat mne d.,rkfme nights conceal ?
Where's he that thiwS o-r ice, drives coldawayZ
Let's have. him, or we care not for tae day.
Thus 'Lis ','i h thofe who are nff(T l of Zrac,-,
There's n.uight to them like their Rc.-Lmer's
face.f


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FOR YOUTH. 397

xx.

Of the Mole in lte Grow/d.





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HE mole's a creature very froth aird fl'il:,
She digs i'th'dirt, but 'twil! r. ,t or her ti'.k.
So 's he who counts this world, ;i'si.itcIt g;.iui,
Yet nothing gets but labour for ii' paii-..
Earth's the mole's element, flhe c in't abide
To be above ground, dirt heaps are her pride;
Aqd tbe is like her, who tr r: wo;ldlirg plays,
i-le ii-r.tates her in her ,,i:tksard %%:IJ s.

Poor fil! mole, that thou (hou!d'tlove tobe,
Where thou, nor fun, nor mcon, nor fiarsean'ft fee.
But oh I how filly's he, who doth not care
So he -eLs earth, to have ei heaven a hare !


XXI. of







40 DIVINE EMBLEMS


XXI.

Of the Cuc.ioi




'{ -.4 -
: +' *^ ^**-.T.<.','






T HOU bonbv, fay'ft thou nothing bui CLckoo i
The Rcoin and the Wren can thee oni-do.
They to us play thorough their little throats,,
. .. .. ..I_. ,..- _4




MN:t one, but fundr-y pretty tuneful notes.
But thou haftf fe .iows, fome like thee can J.
.Litii: hut fuck our eggs, and fing Cuckoo-

Thy notes do no- firft welcome in our fprirv IV'
Nor do. thou its inrt tokens to us bring.
Birds leis than thee by far, like Prophets, d6
Tellus 'f _- -






Tell us, 's coming, tho' not by Cuckoo.

Nor doft thou fummer have away with thee,
Though tI-ou a vawling, b.y. Eir-g Cuckoo be.
Sn V'ef







FOR YOUTH.


"When thou doft ceafe among us to appear,
Then dith our harvest bravely crown our year.
But 6nou haft fellows, fome like thee can do
aittcl but fuck our eggs, and fir-g Cuckoo.
Since cuckoos forward not out early spring,
Nor help with notes to bring our hsr.'f-, in;
And fine while here, fhe ohi;' n-.'., rcife,
So playing into none as girls and boys,
Tie Form'ii;i we nimay compare her to,
For he dotlh fuck our egg-, and fing Cuckoo.,

XXIL

Of th, By and B-t e-q.

I
fji^ --^ -^


A .


B EHOLD how eager this oar little boy
Is for ws Butter.fly, as if all joy,







DIVINE EMBL:..;


All profits, honours, yea, and lafting pleafures,
We> e wrapt up inr her, or the richell treafures,
Found in her, would be bundled up together,
When all her all is lighter than a feathtr.

He holloos, runs, and cries out, Here boys, here,
Nor ddth he brambles or the nettles fear :
He ftambles at the mole -,i.,, up he gets,
And runs again, as one bereft of wits ;
And all his labour and this large out-cr-y,
Is only for a filly Batter-fly.

C 0 M P A R I S O N.

This little boy an emblem is of thofe,
W'hoe hearts are wholly at he %to.rlu' difpafe
The But-zer-fly doth represent to me,
The world's bPl things at beft but fading b1,
All are but painted nothings and falfe joys, -
Like ihi' poor Butter-fly to thefe ,,ur I t '.'s.
Ris running thorough n.':-cs, thorns and bi krL,
To gratify his boyilh ford :efircs ;
His tumbling over rnolc.l.i:: to attain
His end, namely his Butter-fly to -"an ;
Doth plainly (hew what hazards fome men run,
To get what will be loll as foon as won.:
Men feem in choice, than children far more f. ,
Becaufe they run not after il,,t. -r-f1i: s
When yet alas for what are empty tcvs,
They follow children, like to beardlefi boys.


XXIII. Of






TOR YOLTE!.
XXiII.
0,'' tie ^r at. ih1 Ca,. t..


":-- './.-i --y ".,.-! ,-


:..." ,. --_,--. ,- --: :_- .'A
I .- = ---a-.-- .-r -_ -

,d .r _-- __ . -_-; .-, _a: _* ,.
-'--a-E-, I- ._ - --- : U ,
-41


W HAT ails this Fy tCius defperately so erier
A combat with the candle? V.\;i '.j: Vn-
Stu e
To c'afh it 1ght ? Away, thou liy I'1" :
Tliui cloiag unoa xiilt burn thy ,in;s and 6:e.
Bat 'tis a f ly her advice to give,
She'll kill t'e c',naile, or frh will r-rj live.
S; -., favs fh(: at it: thei Ihe mn.kes retreat,
So wheels about, and d h her b!ows. repeat.

Nor doth the can;er let hc-r qcite efcap,
T'h* g: rs fore liit'._'ch :r' t:n. Liw ar :
'I hI,,' up her nimr!- h:.l,. aid dt-.na ia f.11-,
Where e f lies Irpa %}',- ", jI fo r tuc.:.ar ca'.!.
D >;'hcn







44 DIVINE EMBLEMS
When (he recovers, up (le gets again,
And at the candle comes with mie'lt and main.
But now behold, the handle takes the FlI,
And holds her, till ithe doth by burning die.
C 0 M P A R I SO-0 W.
Tiis candle ii an emblem of that light,
Our gnfpel gives iln t'i. oar d'irfome night;
Th: Fly a hi el% piaure is of thofe
T.-:r hate, in3 do thi; gofjel-iight oppose.
At laft the gnlprI d.-th become their fnare, -
Doth them with burning hands in pieces tear.
XXIV.
0n the R/ifng of the S&n.





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OOK, look, bra-.-e Sol doth pt-p Lip from be-
neath,
Sii;',s us his golden fice, doLh on us breathe;
Y'YQ.






FOR YOUTH.


Yea he doth commfs us around with glories.'
0,'hbl he afcends up to his higheft fories:
Where he his banner over us displays,
And gives us light to fee our works and ways.
Nor are we now, as at the peep of light,
To question, is it day, or is ii nicti?
The night is gone, the fladow's fled away,
And now we are molft certain that 'tis day.
And thus it is when Jefus Shews his face,
And doth affure us oa his love and grace.


Z /p.? the promijft Fntitifuhefs of a Tree.
XA.



A/' wol 'd o -' o* zt-. ,'v- =
Y .far me co me l- w;. .t .- rip. a,
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*-. ,- . : .. .
i-,._ .-"_. = -.;. ---.-.-----. 'i -.--_*._ .._ -. 2 :
j -- -=-*-.-. -. ..: _- _. __ -

A COM ELY fight indeed it i to fee
A world of blo'Tom> on aa anp .b-tree:
Yet far more comely would this rn -,p. par,
If all if- dainty bloffobns youi g q.pls neie.
D 2 B









at v much more, rnmiht one upon it fee,
If all %% nid hang there till t ey ripe should be4
But m.oi of all in beauty would i-jjr iz.
ci t. e:y one should then be truly found,

But wv. aias do corni.-.t!i behold
B:o-im: fill a"-. if nir.rr.ii., b ue b t cold.
They too) v -o'. h1iig till t. '.oan, apples arte*
By blaming .,r,-s .ani vermin ta'..e defpair
Store hdiat do hang, while almost ripe, we fee
By -i'.'ir",2 U. inids are taken from the trez.
So t, t c. m-n, only fcrr.? there be,
Tket grow and thrive to full maturity-

S* ,.C 0 M P I 1. I 0 0.

T'ijs tree a perf:& emblem is of thole
WVhich do the garden of tae Lord Lnp.- -'re-

Tts blamed blooms are motions unto good,
WVi:h l1 i'ffe:'Lio is do nip ia the bud.

Thole litrlI ,ls wMiuch yet b-i'Je .re,
Sihe-v, f)ce p).iJ ourpuf-h, no ,-coi f'uirs bearlL
,Th hfe fpoil'J b',' vcrmi .iare to let u'. f.e
1-lov goad atrempiis by baltlb'oughts ruin'd be.

Thoe ui-hlch the wind blows down, while th2y
ware green,
SIcw good ivo-k, have by trials foiled been.
Thofe


DIVINE rS-MB.1LM,






ror' YOUTH. 47

Thofe that abide, while ripe upon the tree,
ihe,,, in a good man, fome ripe fruit will be.

Behold then how abornic fome fruits are,
Which at the firft mofl promifing appear.
The f-oil, the wind, the worm, .ith time doth
lhew'
There flow from much appearance works but few#

XXVI.

U' .o ibe crThief.


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14.

LZ-


TPHE thief, when he doth Ileal.l thinks he doth
H g.rii,
Yet then the g.:eaie.fl lo he doth fuflain.
D 3 Come







4. DIVINE EMBLTM.I

Come, thief, tell me tov galns, but do not faltter
W2,en futmmd, what comes it to more than t
halter?

Pehiaps, thou'It ray. the halter I defy: "
So thou in y'. rf;v, yet by the halter die.
Ti,.ou'it fai', th:n there's an cnd; no, pi',theO
hold,
Hc was no .ienA of thine that thee fo told,
I H-ar thou the vword of God, that ,ill thee tell,
WitcloiI repL ntance, il.:eeE mufl go to hell.
But fliould ii be as thy falfeprophet fays,
Yet nougot but lofs doth, come by thievifh ways.

/.AI l:on.el men will flee thy compnrv,
'Thou !i'il a rogue, and fo a rogde .i:l die.
I'ncccnt boldne(s tOii halft none at all,
Tny inward thonga'Is do thee a villain call.

Scentrmes when thou ly'll warmly on thy bed.
TI nu irt like one unto the gallo% s led.
Fear -.s a con lijble breaks in upon thee,
Thoa art as if the town was up toftone B.ee.

if hogs do grunt, or filly rats do ruifle,
-Trvu art in Conrfternation, thinl-.:'i a buflie
By m'-n about thp dror i. made to take thee:
And alh because good coifclence doth fa-iake thee.

Thv cafe is fo deplorab.le and bad,
Thou lhunn'ft to think on't, left thou f.ould'fl be"
|nad:
i Thom.







FOR YOUTH.


Tlou art befet by mifchiefs ev'ry wayv,
The gallows groaneth for thee ev'ry day.
Wieeref.re, I pr'ythee, thief, thy theft forbear#.
Conful thy fafety, pr'ythee have a care.
If once thy head be got within the noofe,
'T.ill be too late a longer life to cooa.e.

As to the penitnt thou rcadoll of,
Wlmhat's that to them who at repentance fcof?,
Wor is thit grace at thy command or pow'r,
That thou (hould'il fu: it off Lill the laftll hour.

T pr'yth- thef, think on't, and turn betae i.
SFew go to life, who do the gjlio.s climb.


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XXVII.

Of th, Child .1,-i 1. ,h, Bird OH ,ie BSftz


M Y little bird, ho.w canft thcn fit.
And Iir amridll fo many thorns?
i.I me but h11d upon zi1ce pC;,
My IL.ve With Icrour thee adorns.
Thou art .t piefent l'ltile worth ;
Five farlbings none &ill ghe for thee;.
But pr'ythee utile bird ccme forth,
Thou of more value art to ne.

Ti-, trn, it is fun-I';ne to day,
T') morrow birds will have a form;
.T pretty one comine thou away,
My bi r(3 then fhall keep thee warm.


Thou






FOR YOUTH.


Thou fubjen art to cold o' nights,
Wheu darknefs is thy covering ;
At days thy di gei's great by kites,
How can't thou Ctie fit there and fing -

Thy fo:,d ii fcarce and fcanty too,
'Tis worms and tralh whichh tnou dol eat ,
Thy prefernt flate I pity do.
Com-, I 'll provide thee better meat.

I':I fted thee with white bread and milkl,
And fagar plumbs, if thou them crave;
I '11 cover thee with fin2ll fi-k,
That from L.ie cold I may thee farve.

M,' fh'her's police fhqll he thiine,
Yea. i it thou flalt fit L. .3 fi, :
My little tbird, if Lhou'lE be mine,
The whole year round lthall be dly spring.

I 'I teach thee all the notes at coarti
Unthought cf music thou fMilt play :
A-ii all thilt Lh.l icr do refort,
Sdall frairC t Wee for it ev'ry day.
IIll keep thee faWe from cat and curw "
No m mnr.-r o' harm thall come to thee -
Y.a, I %,.11 be thy fuccoa-er,
My b;.:'rm fi0.] ty cabin be.

'But lI, behold, the bird is oie ;
Th.ft cjia.mi*,z world not make iier yield :
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The child 's left at the bufri alone,
'IThe bird flies yonder o'er the S :!d.
C 6 M i A -RiS 1q.s .

'This child of Chril an emblem is;
The birds 0o finners I cor'ire :
The thorns are like thirfi fins of his,
Which do surround him ev'iy where.

i-!er for, her food, and fun-fhine day,
.Arc emibiems of thofe oc.i(h tCy'S,
IVr.ich to dflruf-ion lea-d the v ay,
'Tnc iruit of wurldly empty joys.

The a gumrnent this child doth choofe,.
To draw to him a bird thus s.ild,
Chews C.ridil familiar fpterh d60.1 ufe,
To make to him be reconci'd.

The bird in that the takes her %ing,
To fpe'd her from him ;'.r all:
Shr ;', us, vaSn man love; any thi"-g,
3I'.,L-; b tter vhinn t-a h.",'nlly c:ll.







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TO,
)OR YOtITIL


XXVIIL

Of Mofes and bs Wife.


T HiIS Moces was a fair and comely man ;
li: wife a farthy Acbiopian:-
Nor dJ hi. milk hce b.-,fim change her rkia,
One 'came out Lber.c. as bUack .i Ihe went in.

Now Mofc s %%as a tvpe of MoWes' law,
-iis iife like.:ife of one that never faw
Anocier way unto eternal '';e ;
Thare 's myft'ry then, in Mofes and his wife,

The law is very- holy, jaft, warnd good,
Anc to it is cfpou,'d all flefh and blood :
B-t :r .ihe law it. e',e c-,'A beiow
on any ti a- are wte-dd'A L-;.1i:.


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Therefore as Mofe.' wife came fwaithy in,
And went out from h4n without cha-,ge of 1,inl,
So he that doth the law fcr life adore,
Saall yet by it be left a Mlack.a-moor.






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P"T'H 3 homely bu% doth to mine eyes expofe-
I A very fair. yea toaiely rudd) rofe.

Thi, rofe dcth always bow its head to me,.
Saying, Come pluck me, I thy role will be;
Yet ofter I to c! tui- Rofe or b ad,
Ten to one bait the bult will have may blood,

ThMs looks like a trepan, or a decoy,
To C-.. r, and yet frap, Nho would enjoy.
Yea,






FOR YOLTi!. 5:

Or elfe fall out, and with each other wrangle,
And did, instead of-work, not much but jangle.

And if our fun fetMs angry, hides his face,
.Shall it go down, hall night potffefs this place?
Let not the voice of night birds us aflha,
An4.of our mifpeant framer vs iconvi4.

SXKXI.'

Ufon.t-be Frog.


wJ'HF Frc" by nature is both damp and col 3,
SHer m. lih is large, her belly much ill hold ;
Jhe t lh' onewbhat ascending, loves to be
..rCk ,:g in gardens, thcu_" f'4',:arfll .


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CO P 0 A 1 501.

The hypocrite is like unto this Frog;
A4 like as is the poppy to the dog.
He is of nature cold, his mouth is wie
To prate, and at irue goodness to deride.
And tho' thb wo.ld is Z'ai which has his love,
He omiis his hea l, as if he liv'd above.
And th-ugh lie ecks in lhu.ches for to croak,
He neither Aovcih J-f.us, nor his yoke.

X: .ziI.


the T"~'~tpwg cf a 7~p.


'PT S with the whip the boy fits op the top,
J.L Te whip does make it whirl upon itm toe;
Hither aid thither makes it Wkip and hop:
rih t i.1 he whip thT top is made togo.


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COMPA A R IS 0 .

Our Legalift is like this ni.lmble top,
Without a whip, he will not duty do.
Let Mofes whip him, he will fkip and hop;
f'orbear is 1 hip, he 'A neither Pand nor go.

,XM1I.


OVUp lie F'ink.


T "N UST we unto the p-,Tire go to rchoo1;
JLYJ To learn of her in fummer to provide,
For winter next enfing ? man's a fool, .
Or filly ants would net be made his guide.
But, fAucgard, is it not a fame for t'hee,
To be out-done by pilmires ? Pr'ytl.hee lchear: -
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6o0 DIVINE EMBLE.EM!
Their works (too) will thy condemnationhbe,
When at the judgment feat thou fhalt appear.
But fince thy God drAth bid thee to her go,
Obey her ways, consider, and be wife ;
The Pifmire will inform thee whar to do, +
And fet the way to life before thirne eyes.

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HT E wants, he alks, he pleads his poverty,
SThey within door do him an alms deny.
He doth repeat and aggravate his grief;
But they repulie him, give him no ,elief.*
He begs, they fay begone: he will not hear,
He coughs and fighs to ihew he till is there;
They disregard him, he repeats his groans ;
They ill fay nay. and he lhimiLlf bzmoans.
They






FOR YOUTH.


They call him vagrant, and more rugged grow;
He cries the thriller; trumpets out his woe.
At laft when they perceive he'll rake no nay,
An alms they give him without more delay.

COM UP A R ISO N.

This beggar doth refemble them that pray
To God for mercy, and will take no nay;
But wait and count that all his hard gainfays,
Are nothing elfe, bat fatherly delays;
Then imitate him, praying fouls, and cry:
There's nothing like to importunity.
XXXV.
Upo., the Horfie and hik P.idLr.


T HERE's one rides very farelv on the road;
Sheiing that he affe&s the graves mode
Anothz.


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SAnother tides tantivy, or full trot,
To Thew with gravity, he matters not.

Lo, here comes one amain, he rides full ipeed, )
Hedge, ditch, or miry bog, he doth not heed.
One claws it up hill %ithrat flop oT check,
Anctherdown, as if he 'd Lreak his neck.
Notw ev'ry horfe has his efpecial guic!er:
Then by his going you may know the rider.

COM P AR ISOI.
Mow let us turn our horfe into a man,
The rider to a spirit, if we can :
Then let us by the methrds ol the guider,
Tell ev'ry horfe how he Thould know his rider.

Some go as men dire&, in a right way,
Nor arve they fufler'd e~er to go aitray:
As with a bridle they are goverr'd well,
Ana Co are kept fronmpath a 1'h1i lead to hell.
Now this good man has his efpecial guidcr :
Then by his goirg let hnm kr.ow his rider.
SAnother goes as if he did not care, ,
Whether of hcav'n or hell he should he heir. j
The rein, it feet-. is !hid upon Mis neck,
SArnd he pWfues his way without a check.
Now tihis man (too) has his efpecial guider,
And by his going Le may krow his rilder.

'Again

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FOR YOUTrH.


Agah-, fanre mx, as if refolved to die,
Body and foul, to all eternirtv.
Good counfel they by no means can abide:
They'll rave their corfce v.Nhever them betide.
Now thefe poor men have their efpecial guider :.
Were they not lool,, they foon might know
their rider.

Tlicre's one makes head pgalinl all] gdlinefs,
TI ofe (too) that do profefs it [ r '11 ditilrels
Hlie 'II taunt and flout if goodnetfs do-h appear;
And thofe that love it, the will mock and jeer.
Now this man (too) has his efpecial guidcr,
And by his going he-may know his ride-.
















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XXXVI.,

Upon itb Sight of a Pound of Cadules falling toIv
the Ground.


B UT are the Candles down, and fcatter'd too,
Some lying here, fome there? What hall
we do?
Hold, light the candle there that flands on b3g,
The other candles you may find ihlierehb. .
Light that, I fay, and fo take up the pound,
Which you let fall and fcatter'd on the ground.

COMPA R ISON.

The fallrn cs.ndl'-.; t- u' intim.te.
The balk of God', e!. iw thir l2ps'd Pae :
Thci-





FOR YOUTH.

Their lying fcatter'd in the dark may be,
To fhew by man's laps'd Rate his mifery.

The Candle that was taken down and lighted.
Thereby to find them fallen and ber.ighted,
Is jefus Chrift: God by his light doth gather,
V.nom he will fave, and be to them a Father.



Upcn a Pe..-;:, L i7,



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'.1HY price one penny is, in time of plenty .
P,'; In famine doubled 'tis from, one to twenty.
Yea, no man knows what price on thee to fet,
Vh1n there is but one penny loaf to get.





S DIVINE EMBLEMS

COM P A R 1 SO .

This Loaf's an emblem of the word of God,
A thirg of low efteenm ; befqie the rod
Of famine fm;tes the feul with fear of de.th :
But then it is our all, our life, our breath.

XXXVIII.

1'se 2"- a-id Waild-nzahr.





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T HIS watch my father did on me 1encw,
A golden one it is, but 'twill not go,
Unlefs *i be at an unrceti.;-it v : :
biut as good none, as one to tell a lie.

When 'tis high day my hand will hand at rinae :
I t'.ink there's no man's watch fo bad as mine.
Sometime, 'tis fallen, 'twill not go at all,
And yet 'iwas never broke nor kaid a fall.
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FOR YOUTH.


Tf'rcl,-rmetr.

Your watcb, tho' it be good, t. rorgh wantof
fiill,
May fail to do according to your t ill.
Sappofe the balarce, wheels-and fpring -,e good,
And all things elfe, unlefs you understood
To manage it, at watches ought to be,
Your watch will fill be at uncertainty.
Come, tl! me, do you keep it from the dufl,
And wind it duly, that it may net rufl ?
Take heed (too; that yon do not iraiin, the fpring ;
You muft be circumrlpec in ev'ry thi,.g,
Or elf'e your watch will not exai'lly go,
Twii fRand, or run too faft, or moVe too flow.

C OMPA R ISO N.

This boy refembles orethat'i tirn'd from fin ;
H Tis watch the curious work ofgrace within.
The Wa'ch-maker is jefus Chrift oar Lord,
lis counfel, 'the direfions of his word :
Then Convert, if thy heart be out of frame,
Of this Watcl-maker learn to mend the fame.

Do not lay ope' thy heart to worldly daut,
S Nor let thy graces ovr,-r-o.v with ruff ;
Be oft'I renew'd in th' fptrit of thy mind,
Or eie uncertain thou thy watch wilt nd.



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XXXIX.

Upon a Lookiag-Glafs.



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IN this, fee :ho'i thy beauty, haft thou any ;
I Or thy defe&s, should they be few or many.
Thou maiy't1 (too) here thy fpots and freckles fee,,
Halt thou but eyes, and what their numbers be,
But art tou blind ? Thereis no looking-glafs
Can fhiew thee thy defef&s, thy fpots, or face.
C O M P A R I S 0 N.
Unto this glafs we may compare the world,
For that to iran affiftance doitr afford,
(Has he a mind to know himfelf and fltate)
To fee what will be his eternal fate.

Bat without eyes, alas how can he fee T
Many that feem to look here, blind men be.
This is the reafon, they fo often read,
Their jadJgmeat there, and do it nothing dread.
XL. Of






FOR YOUTH.*
XL.
Of tee L twe f Cbrit.


T HIE love of Chrill, poor 1! mqy touch upon ;
Bu'tis dnfearchable. 0! there is none
]ts large dimenlioi, can compr'nin3,
Should they dilate ftreon, wurid without end.
When we had firn'd, he in his zeal did fear,
That he upon his back our fins would bear.
And fince to fin there is entailed d-'i-h,
He vow'd that for oar fins he'd lofe his breath.
He did not only fay, vow, or refolve:
But to aftonifhment did fo involve
Himfdfin man's diftrefs and mifery,
As for, and with him, both to live and die.






DIVINE EMBLEMS


To his eternal fame in faced flory,
We find that he did lay afide Tils glory,
So:pp'd fro'n the throne of higheft dioniv,
Became poor man, did in a manger lie;
Yea, was beholden upon his for bread,
Had, of his own, not where to lay his head:
Tho' rich, he did, 'for us, become thus poor,
That he might make us rich for evermore.-
Yet this was but the leaft of what he did ;
But the outside of what he offeredd.
God made his bleffed Sen under the law;
Under the curie, which like the lion's paw,
Did rend aed tear his foul, for mrunkind's fin,
More thain if we for it in hell had b,;cn.
His cries, his tears, and bloody a2ony,
The nature of his death duth-teit.y.

Nor did he of conflraint himfelf thus give,.
Par fCi, to d'-aii, that nmanmii ht with him livr. i
lie did do .bIat he did mofu.ilinglq.,
He lung, and gave God thanks, that he tmul die.
D;d ever King die for a capt'le flavc ?
Yet fuch were we whom Jefus dy'd to fave.

Yea, Rhen he made himfelIf a facrifice,
It was that he might fave his enemies.

And, tho' he was provoked to retreat
is ble' refolves to do fo kind an at,






FOR YOUTH.


By the abulive carriages of thofe,
That did both himr, his love, and grace oppose:
Ytt ie, as unconcrt'.ed about fuc'& things,
N oes on, determines to make captives kings;
Yea, manyot his murdere.i betakes
Into his ftavour, and them princes makes.
XLI.
On Me Caclijag d" a Ref.











T HE Hen fo foon as fhe an ev doth lav,
t Spread the fame oF her doing n hat he may)
About the yard a cackling the doth go,
To tell what 'twas the a her neft did do.

Juft thus it is with rome profelTn', men,
Ifther do aught that's go.. d they, like our lie,
SCa-inot bha cackle on 't where-e'er they gb,
A-d what their right hand doth, their left mul
know.'
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XLII.
Uioftt an Hour-Glafj.











T HIS glafs when made, was by the workinan'.
The frm of fixty minutes to fulfil.
Time more, nor lefs, by it will -out be fpuT, -
Butjuft an hour, and then the glafi is run.
Man's life, we will compare unto this glafs,
The number of his months, he cannot pafs:
But when he has accomplilhed his day,
He, like a vapour, varifnicth away.


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FOR YOUTH.


1 XLIII.

Uptn a Snail.












HE goes but (only, but (hle goeth fare,
SShe flumbles not, as Llronger creu.ur-i do:
e" journey 's (horter, fo She mrsy endure,
Better than they which do much further go.

She makes no no-fe, but filly felzieth on
The flower or herb, appointed for her food;
The which Ihe quietly doth feed upon,
'^ While others range and glare, but find no good.

And thb" fhle doth but very foftly go,
However flow her pace be, yet 'tis fure;
And certainly they that do travel fo,
The prize which theC do aim at they procure;

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174 Di'VINE EMBLEM

Aitho' tCiv feem not much to fir or go,
Who thirft for ChriS, and who from wrath do ffee;
Yet what they feek for, quickly they come to,
Tho' it doth feem the farthefl off to be.

One aL of faith doth bring them to that low'r
They fo long for, that they nray eat and live;
Which to atta;n isnot in others' power,
Tbo' for it a king's ranfoi they would gire.

Then let none faint, blor be at all difmay'd,
That life by Chrift do feek. they fall nrot fail
To have it; let them nothing be af-aid ;
The herb and flow'r are eaten by the Inail|






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XLIV.

CO f t1 c pCi ChrJ?,


rHO 'S Lhis that Cometh from the wilderness,
Iike Cfmoky pillars thus perfuM'd witl

L "Wing upon her dearefl in diflrefF,
Tiac'd in ihi bofom by the comfo, tr r
She '., clothed vith the fun, ctown'd with twelvt

The fC',tcd moon her footfl-oI fie Lath made
'TLc d. ;.-n Ltr affaults, fills her i. ih jais,
Y" iet rcl.s Vic urderirr belovee%'i ihade.

But ihicr.ce 'as ihe? What .; her peligree .i
Wa not her father a poor Amoric ?
V/l hal was her mother but as others be, "
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b) VINE' EMBLEMS

Yea, as for her, the day that (he wai born,
As loahfomrne, ouit of doors they did her cal ;
N iked and filthy, flWnking, and forlorn :
This was her'pcdigree from fi it to lall. i

N-r was (lie pitied in this eflate, i
All let her die p'flluted in ftr blood :
None her corLd.rian d'd c-.nmilerate,
There w'. Ino'heart that taught to dt .r good.

Yet flie unt' tijefe ornaments i 3 come,
SH.-r breafl.- 2re fallfjn'4, aid her hairU grown:
She isb rrade h-ire(" of an heavenly homenir ;
All L' iidiz;.'e;.away are biav.n.
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Call o;:: It.' ,was, bat noiw flie home Is t-1-en,
t)aice lhe s, a. jiked, nowv you fee ihe 's clad ; '
Now mide th.- dari:,g, though bl"',re ioifaku.,
i4-.e foot, bdc oa, a. prtnZc,' 'a'!)tersi Ciot

SInfleid of fil.b, (he n-iy ha- h.r p-ifumes,
lIft-.d of igr.onminv, chA.ai of gold :
Infed oft w hat the Lca-Jui mo:l coi-um !i,
';"l-er beauty' 's pi.-ec.l, lo-,ely to benuold.

Thofe tL.at atteri, ani wva't upon her be J
Princes of honajnr olc,:.'d in white array ; ,
. Uon her heal '-.a crovn of gold, and the
EAU hun.',,, %et aic- .a oi!, from day to day,.

SFor he: belov'd, h: 's the high'fl of al!,
T.,- o.-:! P ,ateunae, thS Ling of kings;
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fO. YOUTH.


COMPA R IS OT.

Our Legalift is like this nimble top,
Without a whip, he will not dety do.
Let Mofes whip him, he will fip and hop;
Forbear to whip, he 'A, neither Pand nor go.

,X=1I.


Upox tie FI ,n- .


M UST we unto the pif;i-1re go to rChoo;,
JIt To learn of her in summer to provide,
For winter next enfaing ? man's a fool,
Or fily ants would net be made his guide.
TBt, ftucgard, is it nota fame for thee,
To be out-done by pilmires ? Pr'ytl.ee ear :
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68 DIVINE EMBLEMS

XXXIX.
Upon a Looking-Glafs.









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IN this, fee thou thy beauty, haft thou any;,
Or thy defe&s, fihould they be few or many. Thou mnay'ft (too) here thy fpots and freckles fee, Halt thou but eyes, and what their numbers be. But art thou blind ? Thereis no looking-glafs Can fhew theethy defe&s, thy fpots, or face.
C OMP A R ISO N.
Unto this glafs we may compare the world, For that to ran aiiftance doth afford, (Has he a mind to know limfelf and fate) To fee what will be his eternal fate.

But without eyes, alas how can he fee? Many that feem to look here, blind men be. This is the reafon, they fo often read, T'rheir judgment there, and do it acting dread.
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C 0 51 P A R IS X 2.

The bypoc.-Ite is like unto this Frog;
AV like as is the puppy to the dog.
He is of nature cold, his mouth 'is wi~1e
To prate, and at irue goodndfs to deride,
And tbho' the worlId is that which has his love,
He motants his hea'J, a-Rif he livd above.
And th-u-h he feeks in chumrches for to croak,
He neither loveth J-_'is, nor his yoke.

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sr"-3-iS-with the whip the boy fits op the top,
X Trle whip does make it whirl 'upon its toe-;
Hither, and Lhither makes it fkip and hop:
oTis with th~ whip th e tot) is made to Re.

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DIVINE EMBLEMS;

Core, thi~f, te!l me thy gains, but do not falter~, Wcr~ furr'd, what comecs it to more than th4
halter ?

Perhaps, tbou'lt fay, the hatter- I defy: So thou tviy'ft fay, yet by the halter die. 'rhou'it fay, then there 's an end; no, pr'ythe*
hold,
I-b was no friend of thine that thee fo told. Ilbar thou the word of God, that will thee tell,. NWithout repentance, thieves mull go to hell. But should it he as thy falfe prophet fays, [ Yt nugh bu 'Ios dotix come by thievifl ways-.

ANl honeft men will flee thy company,
Thou liv'ft a rogue, and Ain a rogue will die'. lnnoceLnt boldness th 'ou hail none at all, Thjt inward thoughts do thee a villain call'.

Sometimes3 when thou ly'll warmly on thy bel, Thou art like one unto the gallows led. Fear as a conflable breaks in upon thee, Thou art as if the town was up to lone P ice.

if hogs do grunt, or filly rats do ruftle, Thou art in conflernation, think'1c a buffle By men about the dpor as made, tj take thee: Arid alt becaufe good confcience doth foriake tlie.

Thy cafe is Ib deplorable and bad,
Taou fhunn'll to think on't, left thou Ahould'ft 1ie
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o DIVINE EMBLEMS

To his eternal fame in facred fiory, We find that he did lay afide 1is glory, Stepp'd from the throne of highest dignity, Became poor man, did in a manger lie; Yea, was beholden upon his for bread, Had, of his own, not where to lay his head : Tho' rich, he did, for us, become thus poor, That he might make us rich for evermore,

Yet this was but the leaft of what he did; But the outfide of what he suffered. God made his bleffed Sen under the law; Under the curie, which like the lion's paw, Did rend and tear his foul, for mankind's fin, More than if we for it in hell had been., His cries, his tears, and bloody agony, The nature of his death dotletefify.

Nor did he of contiraint himfelf thus give,.
For (in, to death, tht. man ni ht with him live. He did do what he did mokwillingly,
1 fung, and gave God thanks, that he maul die.

Did ever King die for a captie flave ?
Yec fuch were we whom Jefus dy'd to fare.

Yea, when he made himself a facrifice, It was that he might fave his enemies.

And, tho' he was provoked to retraft His ble refolves to do fo kind an aft, Ev







SIM DIVINE~ TWRLV.MI

XXVII.

Of the Childttwiih th~e Bird on the B!zAtM Y little bird, how ca-.ft thou ftx.
Aiid flo.g amnidf ifo mary thornsP ]t me but hold upon thece get, ?viy love with honour thee adornsr.

Thou art at prefent little worth;
Five farthings none will give for thee;, But pr'ythee little bird 4cme forth, Thou~ of more value art to ire.

'Tis trte, it is fun-ie to day, To morrow birds will have a form; My pretty one come thou awvay. MAy b(ofou then fihaU keep thee warm.






FOR YOUTH. 3

1 hide mvfelIf wvhen I for flies do wait, So det.' the devil when he lays his bait; If I do fear the lofing of my prey, I ffir me, and more Inares upon h~er J'~y. T.i3 way, and that, her xvings and legs I tie, That fure as Ihe is'catch'd, ib the muft -i.. But if I fee flhe's like to get awvay, Then with my ven-)m I her journey flay. All which my ways, the dzvi imitatcs To catch men, 'caufe he th~eiw faivation hates.

Sinner.
0 fpid~r, thou delight'Il me with thy &Mil, I pr'ythee fpit this venom at me ('ill.

SIiier.
_I am a fpider, yet I can poles The palace of a king, whe-e happinefs So much abounds.. Nor wvlen I do go thither, Do they afk what, o- w;ence I come, 'or whither I make my hafty travels ? no, not they They let me pafs, and I go on my way. I feize the palce, do vvith. hands take hold Of doors. or l')cks, or bolts ; yet 1 am bold, When ini, to clamber un urro the throne, 'And to -icf~fs it, as if 't..cre my own. Nor is the-re any :aw forbidding me Here to abide, or in this palace be.

A rlcafure I aC--nd the liigheft flories,
euatmen i fit, and fu b~huid t~b iluries5








ST'",,v are fomn" great, foae litil as we fee, j
To (hew, foine great, frame fmnal, in gio,-y be.
Th'er flyi-'g i.rr'f r~, as we behold,'
31; fhew fai-ts joys %, ill there be manifold.
Some eide, fome '-i j-, fmn- fluoter, and ibine do,
In a rn xt way of yving, glorv tni.
To t .: each hall to hi full content,
Be happy in that heavenlv firimanient.
VII.
M-i:eti vs u"na t.e Peep of Day.




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T p-of a I ofren c i -.o' know

f:l':ei but c, i- b. .
I1| t-r--. .ta T e n i e ..:.-

Tniey kn.%w ye- a )'-t, If.' 7 i







44 DIVINE EMBLEMS
When (he recovers, up (hle gets again,
And at the candle comes with mie'it and main.
But now behold, the handle takes the F'l',
And holds her, till file doth b) burning die.
C 0 M P A R I 50 t.
This candle ii an eimblem of that light,
Our gnfpel gives iln ti, oar dirkfome night;
Th: Fly a hi ely piaure is of thofe
T.-:r hate, ini do thi; pgof.)el-igt o-Fpoe.
At laft the gnIrl, d.-_.h become their fnare,
IDoth them with burning hands in pieces tear.
XXIV.
On the Ri/ng of the Sxn.




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OOK, look, bra-.-e Sol doth pc-p Lp forn b6-.
neath,
SiL,, us his goudtn fhce, dowh on us breathe;
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DIYlNEK EMBLEMS

ix.

Upon bk Flin in tb. WaI,!r.













PrHS flln', tinw, out of mind, has thecre abode,'
JLNAh-re cry ilal i~r~as make their cuntual
road,
Yet it abides a Fint as much as 'twere, Before it touclhd the water, oi canthr.

Its hardnefs is not in the leaftabtd 'Tis not at all by water penletrza. Trhoughl wvaer lh:'h a fot'mnngitu n t It cznt diiffove~ the done, fcr 'ti fit

Yea, tbo' in the water it doli 0 can Its fiery rnatare it does ffi11 ve~ain. If you 6ppefe it with its opoite, 'Aen in s'our ve-nv fasce itstfi.e 'twill fpit.







A' DiVINE EMBLEI
As grace mnan's life, until his glf1 srn And fo the candle, a"d the man is done.

The man now lays him down upon his bedl The wick yields up its fire and Co is dead. The candle now extinal is, but the man, By grace mounts up to glory, there to itand.



(T~o :J~ Swz~ RFlg6ox upon~ tAhe Clo ,rd. i a fair




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T OOK yonder, ab! methsjnk-s m ne eyen do fee,
JJCl ouds edg'd with fiver, as fine garments
be!
They look as if they faw the gold .en facc!, That makes black clourbj molt beautiful with
grace.

Uinto







ISO DIVINE EM3BLzv'f
The child 's left at thie bufli alane,
T'he bird flies yonder o'er the field.
C 0 NsI A R I.s 0 N.

This child of Chril an emblem is;
The birds io finners I corrpnue :
The thorns are like Itihfe fins of his,
Which Jo surround him cv'.y whee.

Her for'v, her food, and fun-1hine day,
Arc enibiems of thofe loc.lih trys,
W't.ich to d.Ilruthion lead the v ay,
The Iruit of worWdly empty joys.

The a guments this child doth choofe..
To draw to him a bird thus shild,
bhews Clril familiar fptech duli ufe,
To make to himn be rcconciU'd.

The bird in that The takes her %'in&,
To fiei'ed her from him -i.r all :
5hr :. us, vain man loveL any thi"g,-
Mt .i' better vhinn te h;.'"f'nty calZ







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TOR Y V~TII

XXVIIL

Of Mofes ard his Wife.













T _HIS Mofes was a fair and comely man;,
hswife a fwarthy .Acrbipian:.
Nor dil his milk-vwhite boforn change her &in, She tame out then~ce as black as 1he'went in.

Now Mofes. was a type of Mofes' law, His wife like-wife of one that never faw Another way unto eternal life; Thore 's myt'ry then, in' Mofes and It's wife.

The law is very. 11017, juft, anA good, Ai," to it is efpou* all Reflh and blood: But yet theI lawv itf3 goodncfs can't. bcltow (Th any ts:are weddt-I ta.;c~nwQ.






TO THEP READER. 1

Nor wculd Y f' conF.art myfelfto thefe,
A, to Ihun gr.av r 'ungs, but fcek to pL-a'fe
'I thofe more comprnos'd with better things than toys ;i.
' Thu' J ivorld tus be catching .iris and boys.

WVherefore if men incl!n'd are so look,
Perhaps th2ir gravel finzies m'ny be took
SWith what ii he--, tho' but in lim 'ly rhimes:
But he who p' ( s a!l nmufll -rife btimes
Some, I perLsaa'. me, wil. b findin. t ..V,
CIicludi 'g, he-e I trip, and there I hilt :
No c>ou>! fcn.e. could tio'r g'ov'linig no-ionn rare
Byv fin:-lpjn terms, th: citali-ngc mirht ihc bay's.
S;'ouhl nil be farc'J their br.'n; to lay afije
Trat cr-,r iegu'ae the fP, ding rde ;'
r Ey 'ii or thi n'ran's faocy, s.e houl!i have
Th:-- v:ie, utto the t'jo!, become a flare.
E o',at toM' mt text feems rca-n, nmy moral: be
r?. i: a : I.:h'd Itr.'. a fubl'r .er tree.
An.. iif ,i&n b.'..r l tr :.' a. a flv,
T -,i.n fome a t. '.., ilh-..-'or ih: A deny
Th.-ir r.ki'g pru.ocf, cr g.,'.d experimeir,
E M .illefl ti.ng', g-c:: mi'chiefs to prcvenh F

VWirfe Solo-nmor. 1id oc., to pilfni-es fendl,
S To 1'arn true %iftiur, as.- ihthr live, to me-.a.
Ye3, God by f,% Loi, cuckoc. and the:!,
SS-,ess they are fools ho 1 't thtat f-afon pifs,
V%'hi;h, he put in the ir Lihd, that to obtain,
WVhich is both preIent and cterta] gIaM.
A 3 I think

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TO THE R A D E R.




C O CRT LOUS READER,
.1 1 look,
PTIHE title Page wi I fji %V' ir hotl Wilt A W',110 IrC th,! PU, tier ra!j,-&t of t is batoc. They're boys md n all fort-, a- I deprm
F rom ihofe, ofag to chl Irm) an t' !,ncIj. Thus cormi rchei.5tv'- a-, i;-. m (."S' They temrt -ne to i motions.
N"'c nO :', VV '-OV W bPar,15. aTA girls that be
uge tka 'Utj gru ity.

T' e ine m,-, fince I tbLIS dcrc-ibcor t

rim, 1-ift t c;-Cf)y I br1132 them i o i et',-r ind5 ment of 6i-me'ves'
T n a men lnzve of cm th ffi 'Ive6.
I !er ilie tric' f-a.1alic mole, a!-.3 AaV, Sli--w t a!y )ilce very and cd-Is 0o vlay".
i" I The franlic, 001L!-Ics Ofthe age.
A, tint in "p2!n view, -as on a flag,- ; I

w_ h
n r

tL
'D lr bearded n-len Jo a-i Ukc tv ard!,-k boys, Our women pkai'c tL mftlvcs with c"IIld'Iffi tqy .i

Our miniffers long 6m,, by word a;d Dalt VVIth L'ICX, rOalting tll&fh 14t




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DIVINE E M Bl E M S:.

0 P,,

TEMPORAL THINGS

8PIRIJUILIZED, &c.






lWn the barre;7 Fy,. 'rce -,7 God's Vi".veya?-Af




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w i-IAT, barun here! in fils fc, gocd fbil
11,he r1glit of Utis doth inake God's heart,
Tecoil
Yrom glvimg thee his bluffing, barren tree Lear ftuir, or ilfe thy cnd will c urftd bz! 1
0 Art
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FOR YOUTH.


By the abaulive carriages of thofe,
That did both hirn., his love, and grace oppose :
Ytt ie, as unconc, r.ed about fuc' things,
does on, determines to make captives kings;
Yea, manyot his murderc.i hetakes
Into his tavour, and them princes makes.
XLI.
On he Caij&q, ofr a Hen.











T HE Hen fo foon as fhe an er' doth lay,
SSpread the fame ofher doing % hat the may)
About the yard a cackling the doth go,
To tell what 'twas fhie at her neft did do.
Juft thus it is with rome profelTn', men,
Ifthey do aught that's go.. d they, like our ihec
Ca-inot bat cackle on 't where-e'er they gb,
A.d what their right hand doth, their left mUil
know.'
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34 DIVINE EMBLEMS

Tu~e maid fweeps one w-b do vn, I make anotterp': To lhe'. how heedlefs o- e, conviihns fmnoter. M v web is no defrnce at all to m Nor will falfe hopes at judgment be-to thee.

Sin -'er.

0 fni,-r. T have 'heard thee, andl do woniepr, A fpider should thus liff'iten, and thus thunider!1



IDo but hold ffil, and I will let thee f-e, Yet in imv wvs more mylleries there- be. S-ial! not I do thee good, if I tel l, I {hewv to thee a four-fold way to hell ?I For flice I fct my web in fundry places, I tihew men go to h-_It in divers traces.

One I fet in the window, t':lat I might
Khew fomne go ba. n to hell with gofpel light.

One I fet in a corner, as yon fee, To ihew how fomne in fecret Inared be.

Grofs webs vrentfftore I fet in das-kfome places., To thew, how many fin with, brazen 'faces,

Another web I fet aloft on high,
To fhew there 's lonte profelffing men -nu1Idie. Thus in my ways, G od wiflomn doth conceal; And by my WXYS 03L wifilont doth reveal.
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FO. YOUTH. 17

'VIII.

Qoas fit Lord's Prayr.


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k '1 hr ii:nie !; .,. ',v ha,'o-.ed: ,
T' ki Jrn r .i w!l' be done;
S'\. !:'v-nl rAtr. ILowed:
% us on arl'-, a. 3 with tl)ee,
VWe I umbhlv y'r.'.' .
Ai let oar .t-rc ; us be giv'n
Frrm n.,v ir d' .
F, rg.te c .r dbr, ".*' e forgive
'1 !.-, .- ,- tL 1 ', i ,' '; r are :
r i rn- prf-:jr', 1.% d rot :
r Lv fvt UL FT- l-j TerP.
'1 k" I ".Ii power too.
V- i v. acr- ;
T lic i I,,'" ^'hl *". '.i b: thirii i -:'
'ui i .ri ort.
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DIVINE EMBLEMS


C 0 M P A I 1SOl#.

The hypocrite is like unto this Frog;
A; like as is the poppy to the dog.
He is of nature cold, his mouth is wide
To prate, and at ;rue Coodnefs to deride.
And tho thb. wo. Id iS t.la which has his love,
He molims his hea I, as if he liv'd above.
And th-ugh lie feks in LhiU.-ches for to croak,
He neither lovcih Jfus, nor his yoke.
ax -zii.


the TJ5'~tpwg cf a 9'~p.


'f! i with the whip the boy fits op the top,
k T'Fe whip does make it whirl upon its toe;
Hither and thither makes it Wkip and hop:
aTis with the whip the top is made to go.


COM-


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to'. TJ 1i
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-Okot th. ij r t1k n 14' 1 -11 Y .
)it'Ahem not, C',
better charg)L *O
Or ei fe, ro rh th&r VChtd
m' A- 111ftead of rpvn, they IhAa th am ioldilk. IWO
TP ncagh-t 4dilffed but tht
le
WhLreforc,, dear re*. 441f-w
nl w witk them the fzrY Oft& 0 V,
j*%; 'A'jAd fince at gravity they beard I caft b h
A" lil e A f'691 fland fingLring of rb
A0 a# to fhew dheY are- but gir19 am
altho. I thirik fbve a h L I
Nild, beciuk I wit t CM p Aly K*'.. '4 vl them how each fingle--fW
Aklx ih-eyLtedoes but their foAk.entangko
_4s % ;jh Web, a tp-, a gp, a fnare:
te, g,'A kill defiroy them, Mvj thry Dm a care.
ai'd to play the 6ol, 69t he mi 9 t ga*
I r that We III I not M gmn
1',A &f 4f by Aueb things;,' to- let dwin rec
o their fin, aiadVA
full of totW4

6 wo'W U -ki be. in tim
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I
22 DIVINE EMBLEMS
XIIL
Uo a ew'ring Jlfori;is. .









L. irh the Jdv I fee the clouds appear,
.' Ad rnix (ith- ligi's with darkness c'ry
This threawnir thofe who on long journies go.
I' i iLt icy fhII meet with flabby r in or fi-uto.
Elfe while I gaze, the fun dot'a ii r. his beams
Belace the clouds, as 'twere with LIoodv ilre.mtis;
Then fuddenly thofe clouds do %%airy grow,
And weep and pour their tears oit heree they go.
e 0 h P A R 1 3 0 N.
-Thus 'tis when gc.fpel light does tifhier in
To us, bhoth fenfe of grace, and fenfe of in
Yea, when it makes fin red with Jeful blood.
Then we can weep, till weeping does ui eood
XIV. L, "






FOR YOUTH.



Of Fozvls jT)L--, in f7e Air.













M ETHILVI-CS I fee a fight malt excAer, ,
A.i Jorts of biras fly ia th*j firmain-Ilt; SoInt! --at, firne fmail, all-of a uivuie kind: Minia lc c affict1ing. pleafint to my w.-,-.iJ ,Loc-k ,)%v uivy wing 'along the %v tiolefbm -- air, Above the world of worl4fings, And their care. And as tbey divC in u* and bile,
So are they in thcir way of flying too. So many bi,-ds, fo many Var' ous things
-Swim in the element upon their wings.
COM PAR ISON.
Th4e birJs are emblems oF thofe men, that ftall IF,-C 10W DQ'-TCfS the heavens, their .11 in all. T each are of a different fhape an kii To tuch, we of all nations theve fliall fiad. They
B







40DIVINE EMBLEMS

)XXI.

Of the Cuckoo,













*TrHOU booby, 4fsy'll thou nothing but Cuckoo k~ A The Robin and the Wr~n can thee oat-do," They to us play thorough their little throazs, Not one, but !undry pretty tuneful notes. But thou halt fe'lows, fome like thee can do Little but fuck our eggs, and fing CuckooThy notes do nor f r~l welcome in our fpting I"
-Nor doll thou its firit tokens to us bring. Birds Iel,3 than'thee by far, like Prophets, d~k Tell us, 'tis coming, tho' not by Cuckoo.

Nor dolt thou funimer have away with thee, Though thou a yawli-ag,, bawvling Cuckoo be.






g DIVNBE EMBLEMS

But why fand off? My prefence Ihall not throne
thee,
'ris not my venom, but thy fin doth wrong thee.

Come, I will teach thee wisdom, do but hear
nh e,
I was made for thy profit, do not fear me.

But if thy God thou wvilt not hearken to, What can the twzllow, ant, and fpider do ? Yet I will fpeak, I can but be reje&6ted, Sometimes, great things, by fmall means are effected.

Hark then, tho' man is noble by cre9tion, He's lapfed now to fuch degeneration As not to grieve, fo carelefs is he grown, Tho"hehimfelf has fadly overthrown, And brought to bondage every earthly thing, Ev'n from the very fpidet tothe king: This we poor fenfatiVes do feel and fee; For fubje& to the curfe you made us be. Tread not upon me, neither from me go; 'Tis man which has brought all the world to woe.

The law of my creation bids me teach thee; I will not for thy pride to God impeach thee. I fpin, I weave, and all to let thee fee, Thy bell performances but cobwebs be. Thy glory now is brought to fuch an ebb, It doth not much excel the faider's web.







FOR YOUTH.


Tlou art befet by mifchiefs ev'ry way,
The gallows groaneth for thee ev'ry day.
1iereft.re, I pr'ythee, thief, thy theft forbear,.
Confult thy fafety, pr'ythee have a care.
If once thy head be got within the noofe,
'Ti.l be too late a longer life to cooa.e.

As to the pentent thou rcadoll of,
What's that to th.m who at repentance fcof?
Nor is th-i grace at thy command or pow'r,
That thou (hould'l Fu: it off till the lall hour..

T pr'yth -P t6ef, think on 't, an& turn betiae &
S Few go to f111e, who do the g-lloivs climb.


XXVII. 0 j






34 DVINF FM!V1.EM3

T.'e m iid fweeps one -b -b doL n, I mak? inntAer,
To :hew how heedl. rf, e: conii L'i c n s fmoter.
My web is no dcfi-ncP at all nto ni
Nor will falfe hopes at ju. Jgment be to thee.
Sin *er.

0 foI3'J. T have heard thee, and do ivon ier,
A fpider fhu'd thus lie i.el,, and thus thunder
Si.' -.

Do but hold flill, and I will let thee fee,
Yet in my ways more mysteries there be.
Small aot I do thee good, if I thee tell,
I fhew to thee a four-fold way to hell ?
For fince, I fet my %%cb in foundry places,
I fiew men go to helt in divers traces.

One I let in the iind v.', t'lat I rr.ig, ,t
Shew fome go down to hell with gofpel light.

One I fet in a corner, as yon fee,
To few how fome in Ikcret inared be.

Grof, webs Cte-itlore I fet in darkrome places,
,To fhle', how many fin %ith brazen aces.

Another i(b I fet aloft on high,
To lew there 's lone profeff n men mnull die.
Thu5 in my ways, God ivifdom loth conceal ;
And by my ways, tbL wiflam doth ret al.
I hide





FOR YOUTH.

To think that from the cure tley can me five
Sread, wine, nor water me no ranfom bought,.

XVI.-


MAltat/lios upon a Con-:le.


MAN's like a candle in a c.andleiick,
Made up of idllowv and a little wick :
For what ie candle is, before 'tis lighted.
Jil (fach be tJrr; who are in Gin benighted..
Nor cZn a man hi-[ foul v.iith gace inspire,
lMore thn thle c la.lls fet iremnrelves on fire.
Candles receive their light from what they zte
not^.
i.en grace from him, for whiom at Er.l they care
not.




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FOR YOUTH.

XII.

Upon the hee.


T HIE bee goes out, and honey homr dcth brirw
And Ibone who feek iha[ horey fird a fluig.
NBow' would' tlhou hdi e the honeyv, ad be fiet
From ftingirg ; in trt F.rit place kil -the bee.

CO M P A R ISO S.

This be2 anemblern truly is of fin,
W VItiLie (,- eit unto a mrn., death hath been.
Wcuk',i thou hive fweet from fin, and yet not die,
in in the firft place thou mull inoltify.


XIII. Upa .










XXVIII.

Of Mofes and is Wife.


T -iS Motes was a fair and comely man ;
li. wife a fiarthy Athiopian.: *
Nor diJ hi milk-. hie b.-,iluin change her rkin,
ae 'came out Lber.c.- as back .u Ihe went in.
Now Morc s \sa. a type of MoWes' law,
His wife likewife of one that never faw
Anotier way unto eternal '.,e ;
Thare 's myt'ry then, in Motes and his wife,
The law is very- holy, jaft, and good,
An3 to it is t'fou.' ,4 all flteh and blood :
P.-t :. ihe law it. -,; c-,,'t bIld w
O"n any tha are v-cddi-' 1L;:jnO:.


)OR YOtTIL






FOR Y CUTiH.



Upon 'e Lark and tei F..vkr.


T HOU fimple bird, wha: makes thee here tu
Look, tht-;c'i the fowler, py'yhenco-ne avy,
Do'll r.,t benuld the netI? L6k there 'uiiFpread,
Venture a htIle further tuon art dead.
Is there not room ernough in all the fitld
' For thee tu plah in, l,'1 tl.ou needs mua yield
To the deceitful glit'rin.Q of a gltsl,
Between i ct- pl-c'd, to bring li.y death ru pafs?
B'rd, if thlou t ilb ru-h for dizzlint light.
Lo1k LLerc 'is tie liii abuve Lrk.e: Jan uprigntc
'1.in


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32 fDlTINl EDV.'BEIMS



Uova 'ow'ring Marning.












L, with the day I fee the clouds appear.
A dmitt the lighc with darknefs ev'ry
Wilere,
Tis threatens thofe who on long jotirnies go, That tniey hall meet with flabby rain or fLow. Elie while I gaze, the fun dot~i with his beams Belace the clouds, as 'twere with bloody Irais; Then fuddenly thofe clouds do watry grow, And weep and pour their tzaars ouit where they go.

e 0 M F A R 1 3 0 N.

Thus 'tis when gqfpel, light does tither in A To us, bath fenfe of grace, and fenfe of fin; Yea, when it makes fin red with Jefus' blool, Then we can weep, till weeping does us good.
XlV.UP






TOR: YOLTE!.
XXiII.


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W HAT ails this Fv tCius defperately so ermtr
A combat uith the candtle? V. i I f=e an-
tu.e
To c'af ii 1'ght ? Away, thou IF.ly 'i":
Tiiui cloiig uoa iilt: burn thy ,,ins and ':e.
But 'tis a f ly her advice to give,
She'll kill t'-c c',n.ilk, or fri will r-OL live.
SI'.-. favs fi(: at it : t.ei Ihe m.kes retreat,
So wheels about, and J her blows repeat.
Nor doth the canile" let hcr qciitc escape,
ELt gives fore lii!-.'cCh:,'; Vinf. d'i ar :
'1 h,." up her nimr.l: h!I-l. and dt,.wn ih.a f.-l .,
Wherc f e lies rpia %I'- a,11 foir iuc.:ar ca!!s..
D 'ca







6 DIVINE EMBLEMS

Myfelfis compafs'd with, as if I were,
One of the chiefeft co'rtieri that be there.
Here lords and ladies do come round about me=,
'With grave demeanour, nor doiany flout me,
For this my brave adventure, no, nnt they;
They come, they go, buIt eave me there to ftayL
Now my repoacher, -I do all by this
Shew how thou may'ft poffefs thyfelf of blifi :
Thou art worfe than a fpider, but take Iold
On Chrill, the door that (hall not beconLrol'd :
Ev him do thou the -n evenly palUce enter ;
None e'er will chide th e f-..r ti.y b-a' adventure,
Approach thou then unto the very throne,
There peak thy mind: fear not, the day's thin
own. .
'Nor faint, nor angel will thee f(op or ftay,
But rather tumble blocks our of the way.
Mv venom ftops not me ; let not thy vice
Strp thee; poffefs thyfelf of ar.idire.

Goon, I fiy, although thou be a finner,
Learn to be bliid in faith of me :i fpInrmner.
'I'hi is the wvay true gloriet tE- pi, ref.,
And to crj :,y what no man can exprefs.

Sometimes I find the palace door up-lockt,
And fo my entrance thither has up-blocki.
But am I daunted? No, I here and there
Do feel and fearch; and fo if any where,.







6o DIVINE EM BI. EM 5
Their works (too) will thy condemnation, h?,e
When at the judgment feat thou fhalt appear.
But fince thy God dloth bid thee to her go,
Obey her ways, consider, and be wife ;
The Pifmire will inform thee wha3 to do,
And fet the way to life before thirne eyes.

XXXIV.
.fi.. l.t: B.i.ar. .












[E wants, he alks, he pleads his poverty,
L They within door do him an alms deny.
He doth repeat and aggravate his grief;
But they repulhe him, give him no relief.*
He begs, they fay begone: he will not hear,
He coughs and fighs to ihewI he till is there;
They disregard him, he repeats his groans;
They ilU fay nay; and he himLIf b.moans.
They








FOR YOUTIT. 39 1



Of th'e Mole inz Ce Grouad.













T HIE mole's a Creature very lhsooth and ick,,
S e digs i' thl dirt, but 'ni ii not on her flick. So 's he who counts this world, his greatefi gains, Yet nothing gets but labour fcr his pa4is. Earth 's the mole's element, fhe c~in't abide To be above ground, dirc heaps are her pride;
-Ad he is like heir, iho ti e worldling plays, lie imitates her in her works, and ways.

Poor filly mole, that thou fhould'ft love to he, Where thou, nor fun, nor mcon, nor flars can'll fee. But oh how filly 's he, who roth not care &S hie gets carth, to have ct heaven a ihare!



XX.QOfJ







S EIVINC EM BULEMS

XX.VII.

Of the Child .wi, 1. ,hp Bird O, the Bzyft


M Y little bird. ho-w caxft thcu fit,
And Iir amrdiill fo many thorns?
L.I r me but huld upon zee PC;,
My IL.ve With Licrour thee adorns.
Th,-u art at prefert little worth ;
Five far'bings none &ill gie for thee;.
But pr'ythee liti, bird ccme forth,
Thou of more value an to Mre.

'Ti; tre it is fun-41;ne to day,
T') morrow birds will have a form;
N.T pretty one come thou away,
My bt re then flhall keep thee warm.


Thou






FOR YOUTH.*

XL.
Of tee L ,e of Cbrif,.


T HE love of Chrill. poor 1! mqy touch upon ;
Bu'tis dnfearchable. O! there is none
Its large dimension, can comprehend,
Should they dilate ftreon, woiId without end.
When we had firn'd, he in his zeal did fwear,
That he upon his back our fins would bear.
And fiance to fin there is entailed death,
He vow'd that for our fins he'd lofe his breath.
He did not only fay, vow, or refolve:
But to aftonifihment did fo involve
Himfdf in man's diftrefs and mifery,
As for, and with him, both to live and die.






54 IVINE EMBLEMS

How nice, how coy are forme about thgirdiet, That can their crying fouls with hog's-meat quiet. All mu ft be dreft t' a hair, or- elf,- k-is naught While of the living bread they have no thought. Thus for their outfide tlkey areckean arid nice, While their poor itifide Rtinks with fin ania Yke.


















'T WO facraments I do believe there be,
.E v'n Baptifmn and the Supper of the Lord Bot'i myfteries divine, which do ~o me, By Gui's appointmnt, benezit axford:But iall they be rny God, or iail I have Of them Ib foul and impious a thought,







FOR YOUTH. 47

Tijofe that abide, while rioe upon the tree, Ahew, in a good man, fomne ripe fruit wiil be.Behold then how abortive Comne fruits are, Which at the firlt moft promifing appear.

The froft, the wind, the worm, with time doth
fhew,
There flow from much appearance works but few*

XXVI.

[pm~ the Thief.














T HE thief, when he doth fleal, thinks 14doth
gain ;
Yet then th.e greateft 1o4 he doth fufain.
D 3Cm






tOR YOUTfH


At any chinl or crei ice find my way,
I crowd, 1 prefs for pafrage, make no flay :
And fo thro' difficulty I alain
The palaces yea, the throne where princes reig*.

I crowd fomnetimes, as if I'd burI in fender ;
And art thou crufh'd with flriving ? do not won-
der.
Some scarce get in, and yet indeed the-" enter;
Knock, for they nothing have, that nothing venture.

Nor will the King himfelf throw dirt on tler,
AM thou haft car! reproaches upon me ;
He will not hate thee, 0 thou foal backiliderl
As thou didft me becaufe I am a fpider.

Now, to conclude: fince I much doCrlne bring,
Slight me no more, call me not ugly thing.
God wifdom hath unto the pifmire given,
And fpiders may teach men the way to heaven.

Sinner,
Well, my good fpider, I my errors fee,
was a fool for railing fo at thee.
TI 6 nature, venom, and thy fearful hue,
S iutihewiv what finners are and what they do.

Thy way and works do alfo darkly tell,
Hlow fome men go to heaven, and fome to hell.
Thou art my monitor, I am a fool;
They may learn, that to Ipiders go to fehool.
SXIX. Adi;-






FOR YOUTH.


I hide m\ fel when I for flies do wait,
So dcti the de% il when he lays his bait;
If I do fear the lofing of my prey,
, I fdr me, and more tnares upon her I 1.
This way, and that, her wings and ',,. I tie,
That fure as flhe is catch'd, To the muft die.
But-if I fee fhe's like to get away,
Then with my venom I her .-.ur,' lay.
All which my ways, thed. i irr.;td,'q
To catch men, 'caufe he their faivation hat-?s.

Sinner.
0 fplder, thou delight'ft me with thy ill,
I pr'ythee fpit this venom at me itil,.
Sfider.,

I am a fpider, yet I can poffefs
The palace of a king, where happinefs
So much abounds.. N.' r when I Jo go thither,
Do they alk what, or w;hence I come, or whitLhet
I m ike my hafty ravelss? no, not they;
Ti-ey let me pals, and I ,c. rn my way.
I feize the pal-':., do with hands take hold
Of doors, or 1 .cL or bolts ; yet I am bold,
When in, to clamber nup urto-the throne,
S And to poffefs it, as if 't..ere my own.
Nor is there any law fi rbid 3ir. me
lIere to abide, or in this palace be.

A -'leafure I aCcend tl-. -Iphefl it-,rii,
,Anj tnen I fit, and fo t. auid thb.: gries
S Myreir






FOR YOUTIi. 17

Vill.

1b, L.W, P,-aj,,.









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U q P itlift v 0- i i heaven 2rt
li- i)ame b.conic, t'2yw:17 be eone

as oii earti, as'o5 with tbee,
We 1-umblv:Tr.--,-Aiid let ourl rc'id tn us be givn
Fr(-m &v t- 3-av.
onr
to U., -re:
to i,-mpr-vion Icid s rot
F 6t fai,7 us ficm the xv;ck -i fp rc.

W- t'
',!Dw alfo be LbIrie
ermore, Ix. r





FOR YOUTH. 5

Their lying fcatter'd in the dark may be,
To fhew by man's laps'd fRate his mifery.

The Candle that was taken down and lighted.
Therehy- to find them fallen and ber.ighted,
Is jefus Chrift: God by his light doth gather,
Whom he will fave, and be to them a Father.

XXXV'!.

U-cn a Pe .-.': Li7r.








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t, -,'7 -"_.. _\kk t ',."









._jjHRY price one penny is, in time of plenty
P!W1 In famine doubled 'tis froni, one to twenty-
Yea, no man knows what price on thee to fet,
\V 1-hn tBhere is bt one penny loaf to get.
[fc ^Ti .'l~l~^|ll^^^^,|,^i,^^<^^'ON,-.J






f OR YOUTHl.

-Or elfe fall out, and with each other xvrangle,
-And did, inflead of -work, not munch but jangle.

And if our fan feems angry, bides his face, .Shall it go down, hall night poffis this place 4 Let not the voice of night -birds us affidi, .An4.of our mnifpenL furnmer u5 coLIvi&t



Utox t'k FiTsg.













F Fmg by nature is bathi damp and coH,
Her mcuth is large, her belly much will old; Sheets foinewbat afcending, loves to be i--cati r,g In mtrdcrs, thcuZ.i unpicafantly.B-2






,'DIINE EMBLEMS

Art thou not planted by the water fid.-
Know'11ft not thy lord by frlit is glerify'd ?
The fentence is, Cut down the barren tree :
BWar fruit, or elfe thine end will curftd be )

Thou hal been digged about and dunged tfo,.
Will eithere r patience, nor yet dreffing do?
The etrcutio-ieris comW., 0 tree,
Bear fruit, or ell1 thine end will cutfed be!

iHe tha: about thy roots takes pains to c -,
Would, if on thee wer: found but one g )oi sig,.
Pirfrv: thee fr'nmi the axe ; but, barren 'ic,
B.-arfruit, or elft t'l.ne eni will curlfed be !

* T'fe utrnol end of .patience is at hand,
'Ts mdch if thou much longer he.e dth land,
0 comber-ground, thin art a inrren trrL,
B-ar f:uit, or elfe thine ead \i.l cuifcJ be !
i
Thy flanii ig, nor t;', nar:e %.ill hel,' at :11 ;
WiT.ei fruitful trees are fparJ tiou mail fail,
The a'e i, L[:.iJ nuto tl;' rj iv., 0 tree!
Becr fruit, or elfe t.:y end v\il curLd be.


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z DIVINEL EMBLEM

COM PA R ISO

Wnat are prof.frrs more than
Nothing at all. Nay, there s n
Either tor wealth, r wit, that m:
In many thigs,, with fame that c
Good then they are, when morti'
But without that, they are not wi


IV.

r't.W .lfp'aref.


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G OD gave us c!o,'.s to hide
And we by I. em o it cxpal
Ga, =ride and unclean minds, to
Jif our appard we to others fhew


N.
MSI

other men?
ot one in ten.
ay compare,
arnml are.
yv'd thrir fin,
orld a pin.


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our nakeanef, '
e to10 view :
an c-.cth f,

MA, "







FOR Y1OUTHT.

C 0 M P A R 1 0 DT.

This flint an emblem is of thofe that lie, Under the word like lhones, until they dlie. Its cryflal fireanis have not czheir natures chang'd. They are not fromn faeir lfs by grace ellran~4,



Upon the F i tg Water,













tJ IBwater is the finixs element s
ITTake her from the, a no .e can her death
prevent;
Anid fomLe have faid, who hive tranfgreff 1 eev, A -coo- not be, as to b.- k-pt from fin.

Thie watcr is the fifb's element,
Laeher bat there, and 1he ill be ou*tent;







4. DT'VINE EMTBLTMS

Come, thief, tell me t'hy galns, but do not falter,
'When furm'd, what comes it to more than th
halter ?

Pe-lips, thou'lt fay, the halter I defy: "
So thou in y'1 r;v, yet by the halter die.
Ti.ou'it fa,', th:n there's an cnd; no, pr'ythee
hold,
iH* was no ".ienA of thine that thee fo told,
Ri iar thou the vord of God, that ill thee tell,
Wit:loIm repL ntance, ti'e5es mufl go to hell.
BIt fliould ii be as thy falfeprophet fays,
Yet nought but lots doth come by thievifh ways.

A. l;r.nI?(l men will flee thy company,
Thou !i.'ll a rogue, and fo a rogue will die.
Irncccnt boldne(s tOii haft none at all,
Tny inward thoughts do thee a villain call.

S'n-rt;mes when thou ly'll warmly on thy bed.
IT7 nu irt like one unto the gallo% s led.
Fear .'.s a con tfli e breaks in upon thee,
Thoa art as if the town was up to lone I.iee.
1If hogs do grant, or filly rats do rufle,
-Tr.u art in Confternation, thin1' t a burfle
By m'-n about the dror 7, mide t) take thee:
And alh because good coifclence doth fa-iake t'ee.

Thv cafe is fo deplora.lle and bad,
Thou Ihunn'ft to think on't, left thoua .ould'fl be
Iad:
i.Tho






DIVTNE EMELLIM.


But why hand off? My presence fall not throng1
thee,
'Tis not my venonm, but thy 1%n doth wrong thee.

Come, twill teach thee wifjom, do but hear
tie,
I was made for thy proht, doanot fear me.
But if thlv God thou wilt not hearken to,
S What can th,. lw;llow, ant, and fpider do ?
Yet I will fpeak, I can bat be rei".',
Sometimes, great thing.;, by finally means are ef-
fetled.

Hark then, tho' man is noble by crefion,
,e' lapfed now to fach degeneration
A; not to gride fo carelefs is he grown,
Tbo' he himfelf has fadly overthrown,
And brtoght to bondage every earthly thing,
Ev'n from the very fpidet, tn'the king:
Thiii we poor fenfafi\'es do feel and fee;
For fubije't tothe curfe you made us be.
|Tr:ad not upon me, neither from me go;
'ii man whkih has brought all the world to soe-
The law of rrv creation bids me teaclh thee ;
I will no- for thy pride to God impeach thee.
I rpin, 1 weave, and all to let ihee fee.
Thy bell performances but cobwebs be.
Thy glory now i? brought to fuch an ebb,
It doth nit mach excel the fpider's web.
My






6z DIVINE EMBLEMS


.Another tides tantivy, or full trot,
To Thew with gravity, he matters not.

Lo, here comes one amain, he rides full peed, )
Hedge, ditch, or miry bo-, he doth not heed. '
One claws it up hill 'i chrat flop or check,
Anctherdown, as if he'd Ereak his neck.
Now ev'ry horfe has his efpecial guicer:
Then by his going you may know the rider.

COM P AR ISO.
Mow let us turn oar horfe into a man,
The rider to a spirit, if we can:
Then let us by the m-tlods ol the guider,
Tell ev'ry horfe how he Thould know his rider.

Some go as men dire&, in a right way,
Nor arc they fufier'd e~er to go aitray:
As with a bridle they are govern'd well,
And fo are kept from paths that lead to hell.
Now this good man has his efpecial guider :
Then by his goirg let hmrn kr.ow his rider.
SAnother goes as if he did not care,
Whether of fcav'n or hell he boldd he heir. f
"he rein, it feet'., is !hid upon iis neck,
Ar.d he prfues bis waywithout a check.
Now, tfhis man (too) has his efpecial Ricider,
And by his going hL may krow his rider.

Again

I ... ......-. __ -~ -4






TO THE READEA.,

Nor woutcl I f) confirm inylelf to tb4c,
A, to4hun graver t'ilnprs but fcak to pleaft
Thofe more composed with betterchiap than toyq-,
Thcj' f would E!-, as be catching irls and'boys.

Wherefore if men ioclind arz 'o look,
Perhaps thzir graver fancies may be took
ITth what is lip-, -tho' but in I-N)MCly rhim&
But he who P'pL'If'IS all n.uft
rife b-times.
Somr, I me, wil' be finding fault,
0
Concluding I trip, and the e I halt
No deul)-, fc-nc could t1loIc grovllinZ no-ions ralfi By f-r.f-fpu-i terms, thatchal!--nge mlghtthc ba,,s.
S iould aU be Forc'd their bFaIns to lay afile
That canri-)t egdarc the Ro.,-Iag f ic ;
EY tlili or eha,' rnan's fancy, we f"houll have
i'h vvif uu to the fvol, bccomc a flave.
Wan, tqo, my text feems M112an, rry morals be
C -'-7, 2, i ft: c h'.3 fr,,m a fubl;rner -A n If ornc b -cr L ar a fly,
-1' -Ian f0me a : A' we d-"I)r
Th or- 'ood expeTIMCM,
,,c:n in'ichiefs to prcv=L ?
V
WICe Solotrion id fools to Plfnii-es fenJ'
To ',earn true w1fCionn, a!-.1 their Ilives to me-il.
Yea, God by cuckoo ana the z"'.
Sew s they are fools .N-ho I -t t'iat Lafori pfs, AVhk1i he put in their hand, that to obtain,
Which is both prefQnt and cterial g-in.

A






FOR YOUTH.


Aga-n, ferne mnx, as if refolved to die,
Body and foul, to all eternirv.
Good counfel they by no means can abide:
They'll Iahie their courfc v.hever them betide.
Now thefe poor men have their efpecial guider :.
Were they not fools, they foon might know
their rider.

Tl'cre's one makes hLcad .f..inl all gadlinefs,
TI ode (too) that do profefs i t e '11 diilrels
Hlie 'I taunt and flout if goodnefs do'h appear;
And thofe that love it, the will mock and jeer.
Now this man (too) has his efpecial guidcr,
And by his going he-may know his ride-'.:
















Sxxxvr. up'
\ i '* .







o DIVINE I .flBLEMS


So's lie, who in the path of life doth pind,
Take all, lfays he, let me but have my God.-

The water is the fifthi's element;
Her fror'tl's t.-1re to her are-excellent
So is God's ferric. unto Loly men,
'I iiy axe not in their elcmcnt till then.

A X.













T HIS pretty bird, oh! how fhe flies and fingsd
But could l.;. do fo if the had not wingsi
ier %. ingsi belpeak my faith, her fongs mi peace ;
;A'hen I believe apd fing, my dcubti.1g, ccaie.


;II, UPM


=






YotTTH.

V.

pan an Egg.







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A



H 11 c no Ouck frOZI-i tl, 11
T Ncr mart a Cmilmlklu L!:!:I,: 's Y )cn -gain.

T'V! egg's at firil t "*n-d M ,e flell,
orc g ac c, in a ,' dwe'l
wher. laid,, m0r. i 5 made a clilclken,
A:Id cl riil by gacc-i-e&ad u,_ dces quizkL11. The chick at firf, i5 in the cell C(wlfin'd S,',) fiC3V'r.-bOrn fouls are 41 the fleffi d_: aln'd. T,-c fli-11 doth crack, the 'chickdc-' chii-p aDd
P--er,
3 1e feill an.d then mrn pr,- v and wecV.
'I-he dooi break, the ciick's at liberty,
The Effl, I_,IIIS 03Y, the f ':! 11 ,,LntS up en high. But hv'b do rot enjoy zhe.:c:-'-!'arre plight 'lle foul is fafe, the c riow I'cars the klie.
But






i DIVINE EMBLLMS
IX. t

Upon the F'.m in the Water.





^'-"^"^- : -.. ,,' .f**-, 3



T HIS flin, n.? of ., h ;re a'-.ir,

W r i' ..j n m. c Lh"ir ccnt u" l
rc^.l .
,1 i. ai i.-- 3 it -.S .I-M :C 3 'tw ere, .
Before it ouch'd thln e o 0i c.iIc there;

Its hardinefs is not inr the ieart abated, 4
'ris not at all! by water pF.?;.ra ed.i.
Though water hath a ,: ,.'rrr! virlne in 't,
It can't iiblbhc the fio.-, 1lr 'i; a flint. .
Yea, tl'o' in the wa-cr i: Jot;i ililcmain,
Its fiery nature it doe5 !I['A remain.
If you 6ppcfe it with i's optmcie, ..
The n in 'our very face i's Ai 't ill fpit. "







FOR YOUTH.


XLIII.

Utsn a Snail

'*' ., /-,










HE goes but (only, bur (hle goeth fare,
S.She flumbles not, as Llronger crcmurei do :
Her journey 's shorter fo She mq y endure,
Better than they which do much further go.

She makes no no'fe, but filly felzieth on
The floi 'r or herb, appointed for her food ; .
The whichh Ihe quietly doth feed upon,
\ While others range and glare, but find no good.

And tho"b flhe doth but very foftly go,
However flow her pace be, yet 'tis fure;
And certainly they that do travel fo,
The prize which rheC do aim at they procure;

) Altho'
** *: ,, s '^






A DIVINE EMBLE.'.

As grace rnn's life, until his mlafs is run'
And fo tie candle ian. the man is done.
The man row Iays him do% n upon his bed,
Tn. wick yields up its fire and fo is dead.
The candle now extinl is, but the man,
B3 grace mounts up to glory, there to fand.

XVII.

Vi.-a the Sun's R e."tin, u/.v.: the Caud.r tin a fair

1o *'-n z


r/ *. ..._ ..


" OOK .'on.er, ah' me::,inks mine eye! do fee,
Cloud. e ;'d v,'iih lfier, as fine garments
be!
They lock as iFrthev f-,. the golden face,
T,'.t makes Lb:k:.. cloui niolt beautifhl with
.grac;..

Unto





DIVINE EMBLEMS


lMyv name entailed is to my creiroin ;
Ily fet-rc from the Gud of thy lalvation.

irnser.
I ami a man, and in God's image made,
I have a foul fhal neither die nor fade:
God has Fcfi.iTed me with human ie3jon.
Speak not Fgip."- me, left tieu tpc-ikcfl ireafon.
For if I am the i mage of my maker,
Of landers laid on me he is partaker.


I know thou art a creature far above ne,
Therefore I ihan, I fear, arad alfo love thee.
But the' rhv God hath made thee fuch a creature,
Tkho ,' ft "'tanll him ofien play'd the traitor.
Tl'" fin has feich 'd thee dox n ; leave c. ff to bc:ti
i uure thou haft deil'd, God's image loft.
YeP thou, thvlelf a very beat ha f wade,
And art become like grats, vhich fcon doth fade.
Thy I" 1-, thy realin, yea, thy fpotlefs fRate,
Sin lias f.rjteded to th' nmioll dre_.dfal fate.
But I etIjr, my p:iaitive condii o,
I 've all but what I loft by thy ambition.

Si, er.
Thou renom'd thing, I know not skhat to call
th lee, .
The dre"s cfrature furely did befal thee :
Thou t,. Il comro.'d o' th' dic.f and fRam ofall,
beitn ha! the.', and in fcorn thee Spider call.

LSifr.






FOR YOUTH. .5

Yea he cloth cornvafs us around with glories. Whilil he afcen~ds up to his hitvef tories: Where he his banner over us displays, And gives us light to fee our works and ways.

Nor are we now, as at the rieep of light, To queftion, is it day, or is it night ? The night is gone, tie Ihadow's Rled awav, And now we are raoft certain that 'tis day.

And thus it is when jefus Ihews his face., And doth affure us o his love and grace.

XXV.
Vpo th prm~,,~gFru cfidinefx of a Trit.












A COMELY fight indeed it is to fee
A world ef bloffoins on aai aP~Ae-uree: Yet far more comely would ini, fre, .1p.,ar, ff all its dainty biofforns youi~b a' pLs were.
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DIVINE, FiMBLLMS


Pat ,.% much more, minht cjne upon it fee,
I" all %% nld hang there till t ey ripe shouldd be4.
But moii of all in beauty would -jrijj.'.
11 t. e:y one should then be truly found,

But w'. aias do comin-.'t!i behold
Bo-,n: fill a". if nir.Tr.ii.. be but cold.
iThey too) v* .':1i hnvg ti!l t: .oin, apples area,
By blaming .,r.-s .ni vermin t-.!.e defpair ;
Store dhat do hang, while almoft ripe, we fee
By :i''.i,2 inds areff iaken from the trez.
So 1.1 ,t c. m.n, only fcrr.? there be,
Tht grow anid thrive to full maturity.

C 0 M P I 0 0..

T i-s tree a perff:& emblem is of thole
W'ich do the garden of tae Lord t:.-in. -re

Tts blasted blooms are motions unto good,
Wlii:h ili. nfie:liois do nip in the bud.

Thore littl? r.1.s wMlich yet b'-.ied are,
Sihe-v, fore p).iJ nurpuf-h, no co' fr'uitrs bearl
'Th fe fpoil'J b'.' vctrm i :eto let us f.e
1IHo goad atrcmpis by ba,1 thoughts ruin'd be.

Thole which the wind blows down, while th-y
are green, t
Saicw good io-5k, have by tiials foiled been.
SThofie







vi TO THE READER.

I thilr'; th i er fort my rhime may fli.2ht,
While 1 peiu tLc h m. fools ill take dr-Ii"t.
Then vwn. e.ve- I ? the foolilci,,God .as c'horfe ;
Arid doll by foolilli itings, their minds conipof-',
An.: --i;ei upon lh.,t wh.ch is dilir i
Grta: t'.ings, by little c:.es, are made to line.

I cru'd, UCsrt I l plMs'a, ure h lg-er flrain. :
Anrid fhr ;lp'l..nIe o t-.nter- il rtch mv br.ains ;
But ktr.nt ncerd tha'. t'-e ac, Ccurt of f.2ht,
DC.: -.t n the l.eroe-. ncr t v. v- chman fi.r ;
Tv f-jri too h.ch d.,h make but clh:Idr, i i:ze, .
'I1s lhat w',;ic.L, !r..t i'.e man doth him am.zc.

As for the incori, Fr.len'fs
Of things, b.' Lhich I dc'h my mindl exprel:
May I by t!-.em bring f,-me good tl.i-., t, pt.l-,
As Samplor, 'vih ithe iaiv-ho-,e of aiir. ;.
0.- as b-ave Shangar ivif his ox's po:d.
tjo0 thlirs unman''iv, rotlir war in mode)
niaie my e-'d. inn' I m,.liexr.cic:
Fur God will haie the glory at ihe clofe.






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rOR YOUTH.

My webs becoming fares and traps for lies. be fet the wiles of hell before thine eyes, Their tangling nature is to let thee fee, Thy fins (too) ef a tangling nature be. MVy den, or hole, for that 'tis bottomlefs, Doth of damnation fhew-the laftingnefs. My lying quiet till the fly is catcht, Shews, fecretly hell hath thy ruin hatcht. In that I on her feize, 'when fhe is taken, I thew who gathers whom God hath forsaken. The fly lies buzzing in my web to tell How finners always roar and howl in hell.

Now fince I thew thee all there myfleries, How canft thou hate me; or me fcandalize
Sinner.

Well, well; I will no more be a derider, I did not look for fuch things from a spider.

Spider.
Come, hold thy peace, what I have yet to fay,* If heeded, may help thee another day. Since I an ugly ven'mous creature be, There's fome refemblance 'twixt vile mant and me.

My mild and heedlefs runnings are like thofe Whole ways to ruin do their fouls expofe. Day light is not my time, I work i' th'night, To thew, they are like me who hate the light.
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S14 DIVINE EMgLEMS
But chicks from rotten eggs do not procepr
Nor is an hypocrite a fiiI itjS cd.
The rotten egg. tho' wrndrcneth the hin, i
Ifcrsck'd, finks, anJ is loaihscenie u,.o men. Y
Nor doth her warm:;r-..- rnake iwh ait is rotten foand
What's rotten, rotter, will at la!t hb tour.d
The hypocrite, lin '.-. i,.:m in pcffeflion,
lie is a rotten egg under ; :cf-ticn. '

Some e-gg. i,.g cccl:ati'cri;: and fome men,
Some hatch'd at. ] brcrded in the viper's den.
SaJr t4.s bring ild fowls ; and fomrne mecthere -
b ,' f s h t~ '.'
A. wild :i arO tle _iLe,, 1S that fl.-e.
SoriL egg. h iig ib ; r-; and fobie man ar-pear
M ore ecori,'d :a..n i.. jrilt of fider.. : ie.
Some ep s irir, pi1,.i, es ; S.id rfne .ein to me
As fluc-i t :. tmrg a.i the '-pilire. hb..
#..A tiut ., ,.'ers u ,1s -.m-n dil'ier.r fNapes,
A, like l.c r. :n am i-.Tx'ccs are to apea: .
l t thi :s .iL' an c ;. a.; C It a cI:,..., *
F-/ie ..WJ b. '. ,..-i g. -,.oat benes to pick.


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YOR YOUTH,

)CLIV.

Of Ike SJOUfe of Cbr e.





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110 's this that comet from the wilderness,' myrrh. moky pillars thus perfusn'd w" L. 111ag upon her deareff in diarefi, Placed ip. hi5 bufom by thecoiriforter

She 's clothed with the fun, crown'd with twelve The potted moon her foutflool 1he bath rnade, T ,c &-, Lon her affaults, fills -her with jus, Yct rct'5 fhe under her behiveds fhade.

But%vner.cewasilie? What is er pcXg-rce Was not her father a poor Arnorite What was her mother but as others be, A a..d h-!) efs (I'lice
Y1Cq






FOR YOUTH. 67
Wfatch-mahr.

Your watch, tho' it be good, t rorgh want of
kill,
May fail to do according to your will. Suppofe the balance, wheels and fprings ,be good, And all things elfe, unlefs you understood To manage it, as watches ought to be, Your watch will fill be at uncertainty. Come, tell me, do you keep it from the dul, And wind it duly, that it may not ruft ? Take heed (too; that you do not firain the fpring; You muff be circumfpea in ev'ry thig, Or elfe your watch will not exactly go, 'Twill fland, or run too fafi, or move too flow.
COMPARISON.

This boy refmbles one,that 'I turned from fin; His watch the curious work of grace within. The Watch-maker is jefus Chrift our Lord, His counfel, 'the direaions of his word : Then Convert, if thy heart be out of frame, Of-this Watcli-maker learn to mend the fame.

Do not lay ope' thy heart to worldly duff, Nor let thy graces over-grow with ruit; Be oft' renew'd in th' fpirit of thy mind, Or lfe uncertain thou thy watch wilt find.



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T thirk ti- %xifer fort, my rhime may fl" zht, while I pei afe 6cm, fools will take &119 It. Then what care I ? the fioollifli,.God i- as chofe And dotlct by foofifb tHngs, their ininds compose),
upon that which is divert ;
6 rcar tidings, by little c..cs, ar.- made to rin ne.

I C("U:J, werc I ra plcas'3, ufe 'jg'-,er f1rains: And for applauic on t,-,nters xq!ctc!1 brains But vtat nce03 t,)a- ', fl c arlo.11; cut of fl h', Do:, not the fl !cper, nor t w watchinan fi;ltht
-ro il oot t.,,o doth make but ci' Idici, gazt,-, 1,15 that W,,;C". -iits Cie man &)ih him a.1naz".

As for the inconf-'cra'Men, Irs
Pf things, by v ich I dch'my -mind exprci's May I by 6em bring P-ne aood to FFA,
As Sampfop, w' r1i the ja\vSo-,e of Or as 1u-ave Shancyar wit his ox's g(,Zjl Lymb thin js unmanly, P.Qt I r war in mo e) nave my erd, thr)"I rryfltIf ex,icj,-: Fur God will avc bc glory atthe clofe.









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XXXVI.

Upon tke Sight of a Pound of Cand!es falling to
the Ground.













BUJT are the Candles down, and (catter'd too,
Some lying here, fome there? What fhall
we do?
Hold, light the candle there thit flands on high, The other candles vcu may find thereby. Light that, I fay, and fo take up the pound, Which you let fall and fcatter'd on the ground.

CO M P A R I SO N.

The fallen candles ta us intimate,
The bulk of God's e!ea in their laps'd 1ate: Their







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So's he, whO in the path Gf life doth- plod, Take all, fays Ike, let me but have my God-~

'he water is the fifh's element;
Her fportngs there to her- are excellent So-is God's fervice 'unto l oly men, 'Ihey wxe not in their element till then,
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T TI retty bird, oh! how fhec flies and Iing !
T aut could IL- do fo ifIb e h-d nlot wings
P~er wings bcfpeak my faith, her fongs my peace i. Ale~n I believe avd ing, my doubtipg ceafe.


























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Or elfe fall out, and with each other wvrangle,
And did, inflead of-work, not much but jangle.

And if our fan fees angry, hides his face,
.Shall it go down, hall night poffefs this place,
Let not the voice of night birds us aflh,
And4.of iur mzfpent fruamer jus convi4.

SXKXI.'

Upon. tle Frog.


T'HR Frcr" by nature is hbotih damp and col 3,
SHer m. mih is large, her belly much % ill hold;
Jhe l; folnewhat afcending, loves to be
.xcak,;:g in gardens, thcu '4 -,.r!.'arltll.


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Sometines a thief will ca. ,e-'ligt no.noy;
And lufts dofeek oar gra. to e'lry.
What brackish is \% ill make a candle (putter ;.
S 'Twixt fin and grace there's oft' a L:'.avy clutter,
Sometimes the light bums dim, 'caul'e cfthc fr"nff,
And sometimes 'tis blown quite out \ h\h a puff;
But watchfulnefs preventeth both ihei'e evil.,
Keeps candles light, and grace in fpite of devils.

But let not frufEs nor puffs make us to dcubt;
Our candles may be lighted; tho' pufft out.
The candle in the night doth all excel,
Nor fadn, nor moon, nor fliers, th-n fhinefo well.
So is ihe C hrilian in our h f,', :ie,
Whole light (hews others how their conrfle to fleer.
When candles are put oat all's in con!uhfini
Where Chrillians are net, devils make inr,Lraflon.
They then are happy "lio >uch candles ha2e,
All other" dwell in dr rknefs ;ird tlh- rave.
But candles tlhat do blink within the lo,:-it,
And fai.'ts whorfe eyes a.' Aka', s in tliir rocket,
Are much alike; lfuch ca-dlk3s mitce us lumhl!-;
And at fuch faints, good me-n and bad do flumble.

Giod cinales doe't off- 1, ec;"t frce eyes,
Nor hurt, unlefs it be the filly flie" :
Thus none like burning candle! in tl e rniht,
Nor ought to holy UEing ro: d:light.

But let us draw towards the ca-il.' end:.
Tl-. fiie you fee doth wick and ia!lo.v fpend :
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Uovw evewr-mich Nicex'fi.,












0_T1rS ftrnge to fee bow over nice qr
J.About their clothes, their bodies rdI
home;
While what 's of wortli, te lighl pas it by, Not, doing it at all, or flov enly. ~

Theirhboufes muft well furnifh'd be inprint; While their immortal foul "hits no good in't. Its outside allb they muft beautify, While there is in 't fcatce common honefly.

Their -bodies they muff have tr*,ck'd uip and trim~ Their inside full of filth up to the brim. U~pon their clothes there mull not he a (pot, Wti~ras their lives -are but one conmcii& bkt.

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Yea, as for her, the day that fhe was bom, Ai loathsome, oui of doors they did her ca-It Niked and fijthy, ft*rnkin-, and forlorn: This was her*pedigree front fit it to laft.

Nor was flie p4it,-d irt thi5 effete, All let her die pqlluted io W- r blood None her condition d'd c.-)-nrniferate, T!2ure was nokeart that ought to dt;04'r good.

Yet fhe unto tiefe ornaments 13 come,
Her break ,rc faff6n'4, aad her hair is g rown She 15 made b-ire f, of an heavenly boxne All hzr WAay aTe biown.

Caft oz, Ph was, b= vow flie home Is tqken, 'O-ice fhe waS FLOW YOU fee ffie 'S ClAd ;
Now made'dic darlioz, though b !fore forfi kcri, .1;1-.-c foot, bit Low, as pnricu,' aaZhrers 1.161Tii1caa of fikb' fhe ri) y ha- hor pT furnes, Infte--d of cha "Lis of gold
I n(ted of what the bcaut), moft confum:n, Jler beauty 's lovely to b6old.

Thofe ti-qt atteril, anJ wa* t upon herbe
'honjnr
PfIFices of -n white array
Upon her heaA 's-a croNn of gold, and flic E4ts hunf-y, kv'ieatt a,.-,d oil, from day to d-i-f.

For he beloved, hz 's clic high'ft of ali,T".i o.i!y Putc-at th King of kings '1gC-







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They to us play thorough theirlittle throats ,,
N:t one, but fndy pretty tuneful notes.
But thou haft fellows, fome like thee can Jo
LiiL hut fuck our eggs, and fing Cuckoo- .

Thy notes do not firft welcome in our fprir; V'
Nor doft thou its i.it tok-ens to u., bring.
Birds Icis than thee by far, like Prophets, d6
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Tell us i ,s coming, tho' not by Cuckoo.

Nor doft thou fuimmer have away with thee,
Though thou a vawling, bay. Ertg Cuckoo be.
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Upon a Lookiig-Glafs.





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IN this, fee :ho' thy beauty, haft thott any ;
SOr thy defe&s, should they be few or many.
Thou maiy'l (too) here thy fpots and freckles fee,
Hall thou but eyes, and what their numbers be,
But art tiou blind ? Thereis no looking-glafs
Can fhew thee thy defef&s, thy fpots, or face.
C 0 M P A R I S 0 N.
Unto this glafs we may compare the world,
For that to iran affiftance dotir afford,
(Has he a mind to know iimfelf and fate)
To fee what will-be his eternal fate.
Bat without eyes, alas how can he fee ?
Many that feem to look here, blind men be.
This is the reafon, they fo often read,
Their jiJgmeat there, and do it nothing dread.
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flutlow much more, might one upon it fee, If all wc'rnld hiang therre till t'.ey ripe ihould be4But moil of all in beauty wcu!d abousnd, +If t evey one flsould then be truly found,

But we, alas do commonly behold
Blooms fall, anace, if mornings be but cold. Tliey too) which hang till th.'y young apples am,~ By bLiffing 'w'in~s and vermin take defpair ; Store diat do-bang, w-hile almift riple, we fee flybnftring xvincs are fliaken from the tre:-. So that C4, man; ., only fomne there be, That grow aasd thrive to full maturity.

C 0 AT P a I. 1 3 0 X*.

Tiij tree at perf,& -Emryblem is of thore ViWhich do the garden of sie Lord compofe.

Tts blafted. blooms are motions unto good-~ Which chill a&fe11ions do nip in the bud.

ThQfe little appleIs which vet batAare,
[Shew, forne vo A -u;rPofes, no zoo4'fruit~ beam~ Thafe fpoii'dJ by vermin w~e to let us fce. How good attempts by bad tli'oughts ruin'd be.

Thofe wi.,11ch the wind. blows down, while theta
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Yea, as for her, the day that (he wai born,
As' loahfomrne, out of doors they did her cal ;
N iked and filthy, flWnking, and forlorn :
This was h-er'pcdigre from fi it to JaIl. '

N-r was (lie pitied in this eflate, i
All let her die polluted in ftIr blood :
None her cord.tian dhd c-rnmilerate,
Thcre w' .-no'heart that wwught to do*jr good.

Yet flihe untK' tijefe ornaments i3 come,
SH.-r breafl. -2rc falljn'W4, aid her hairU grown:
She isb trade h-ire(f, of an heavenly honime ;
All hf i:,idiz,;.e,.swaay are biav.n.

Call o':. I.' was, bht otow flie home Is tal-en,
aice 1ae %, a. jiked, nowv you fee ihe 's cad ; '
Now mide ch.- dari:g, though bl"',re io6fak.t,
f-e foot, bdc Loa, a. prnceI Culuers Coha

SInfled of fidh, (he n-iy ha- her p-ifumes,
lnRif-.d of igr.onminv, cha .i of gold :
Infrel.d of what the Lca-ui tno:l coifum !i,
';lIer beauty' 's prlirer.l, lo-,ely to benauldl.

Thofe tl.at attnri, anj vaat upon here Je
Princes of honojnr olc'd in white array ; ,
. Uron her heal '5.a crovn of gold, and the
EAs hutn',,, i eat a ad oil, from day to dy. .

SFor he: belov'd, h: 's the high'fl of al!,
T.,- o.-h' Patentrae, th-e 'ing o- kings;
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lMv webs becoming flares and traps for 'les.
bo ftt the wiles of hell before thine eyes,
Their tangling natUre isto let thee fee,
Thy fins (too) of a tangling nature he.
TV"v den, or hole, for that 'cisbottomlel's,
Domh of damnation (hew the laflingnefs.
My lying quiet till the fly is catcht.
Shews, fecretly hell ha:h thy ruin hai-dit.
In that I on her feize, when (he is tjhtn,
I lhew who gathers whom God hath forfaken.
The fly lies buzzing in my web to tell
How winners always roar and howl in hell.
Now fince I (hew thee all thefe myfleries,
How canft thou hate me ; or me fcandalize @

Sitner.

Well, well; I will no more be a tll-l.r,
I did not look for ,ich things from a iida.
Slider.

Come. hold thy peace, what I have yet to fay,
If heeded, may help thee another day.
Since I an ugly .en'mous creature bk,
S There's fome refemblance twixtt vile man and me.

MIy mild and hlredlefs runnings arz like thofe
'Whrfe wavs to ruin do their fouls expofe.
Day ligLt'is not ry v time, I work i' th' night,
To (hew, they are iake me who hate the light.
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~What are profeffors more than other men ? Nothing at all. Nay, there 's not one in ten. Either for wealth, or wit, that may compare, In many things, with fosne that carnal are. Gooi then they are, when mortify'd their fin,. But %%ithout that, they are not wortb a pin.

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G OD) gave us clothes to hide our nakednefs,
And we by them 'Io it expole to view O~i:- pride and unclean minds, to an excefs,A R our appard we to others fhew.

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All profits, honours, yea, and laffing pkafurcs, W'e,e wr-apt up in her, or the richell taxsafurtts, Found in her, would be bundled up togrether Wnen all her al is lighter than a feathwr.

H1c hollooF, runs, and cres our, Here boys, here, Nor d,6th he brambles or the nettles ffrar: He Rum~bles at the mole hi'ls, up he tgets,' And runs again, as one be~cft of wits And all his i!abur and this large out-try, Is only for a filly Butter-fly.

C 0 V, P A R 1 5 0 N.

This little boy an emblem is of thofc, $
Whofe hearts are wholly at the world's difjore: The Butter-fly doth reprefen. to me, The world's bell things at bef't but fading be, All, are but painted nothings and LRfe joy s, Likbjrbis poor Butter-fly to thef'e our boys. His running thorough nettles, thorns and bi jrs, To gratify his boyib fond >lircs ; His tumbling over mole-lills to attain His end, namely his Butter-fly to gain; Doth ptainly (hew wiiat hazards forne men run, To get what will be loft as foo as won. Men feemn in choice, than cl-ildren far rrore W.e Becatife they run not after Eujter-flie When yet alas !for mhat are empty tcys, They follow children, like to be,-rdIcf., boys.


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XXXVI.

Upo iftb Sight of a Pound of Candes falling to'
the Ground.


B UT are the Candles down, and fcatter'd too,
Some lying here, fomne there? What hall
we do?
Hold, light the candle there that fands on bgh, -
The other candles you may find fliereh.'.
Light that, I fay, and fo take up the pound,
Which you let fall and fcatter'd on the ground.

COMPA R ISON.

The fallen candles to us intimate,
The balk of God's ele& in their laps'd fate:
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Hnw nice, how coy are (riome about their die,
That can their crying Ibul w.ith hog's-mneat quiet.
All m n be drell i' a hair, 6or elrefe 'ids niughi ;
While of the living bread they have no thought.
'Tihu fnr their outside thet areclt;.n and nice,
Wuie the-ir poor iu(id.: linki with fin and vice.

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T O facramnents I do believe there be,
Ev'n Bapriim and the Supper oft the Lorde
BOi i myfteries divine, which dou o me,
B, GoI's appointment, bcnefiit ford :
But fall in-% be -n, GOWd, o- lh.ail [ have
Of them to toti and impious a thought,




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Altho' t,,v feem not much to Sr or go,
Who thirfi for ChriS, and who from wrath do flee;I
Yet what they feek for, quickly they come to,
Tho' it doth feem the fartheil off to be.

One act of fa:th doth bring them to that Aow'r
They fo long for, that they nmay eat and iive;
Which to attain isnot in others' power,
Thbo' for it a king's ranfoe they would gire.

Then let none faint, blor be at all difmay'd,
That life by Chrift do feek, they hall riot fil
to have it; let them nothing be af-aid;
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Of Fowls yitg ,. r.e t Air.












M ETHINKS I fee n fi:zit mod excillenr.,
A il 1.r- '.. o bir-,s fl I thq r. 'i.a..
S y'n f t, (fJn- imull, ai; of a uiv.:rie kind I
M i-.- _:)C aJ'eLtii., plealint to n- m ni..
i haw tity w"- alo' g t1 tnhoefon.. 1ir,
Ajlve the world of 6u. ilmgs. ain Lhir chfrd.
And as they divtkrfre ina Iu; and hue,
S. ;re ihev in thei r %'" 01 f'.l g t,-u.
o E many bi.dN., 1f m.iny Va.t od tnings
_,,aitm in inetc elentm upnn tneir wings.,
C Ohl P AlR ISON.
ThMfc birA a'r: emblems of thofe en, that lhall
V-t lona Dobr-, 1t'i heavens, their all in -11.
/ Tha eich ari o a .iff'rert flv, e viJ ktir,
aTo ia,'i, we ol all nations theie hall find.
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Therefore as Mobe' wife came fiwatthy ia. And wert out from hrn without change of Iiy So he that doth the Ilaw for life ador, Shall yet by it be lcft a Olack-a-moor. 1

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Of P frB-fi.












PI~HS homely bu,.i doth to mine eyes expofeLA very fair, yea comely r-uddy rofe.

Tbis rofe doth always bow ats head to me, Saving Come pluck me, I thy rofe will be; Yce- o'.er I to gather Rofie or baid, Te n to one but the built will have my blood.,

Thl's looks like a trepan, or a dcy
-ocir, and yet frap, w no would enjoy.
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We n.inage candles w'hen l;ci iaake the flrej
God men, when he with grace d'-. :-. them irfpire.

And biggell cidle; give the better light,
As grace on bigger finners ihjncs moft bright.

The candle flhines to make another fee,
A taing unto his neighhl.ur light iliould be.

The blinking candle we do much JcfFife,
S.-ints dim ot light are high in no rwan's eye...

Ag jin, though it may feet to rorne 2 rl,-le,
We ufe to light our candle at the middle
True light dcth at the candle's er.d appear,
And grace the heart firil reaches by the car.
But 'tis the sick the fire doth kindle on,
As 'i7 the heart that grace firil works upon.
Thius boti do f.flen uppn ithat ', the main,
A:nd fj .hei- lifc and vigour do maintain.

The t.]llon'Tmn-kes the uick yicld to the fire,
And fi-ful fefli doth mnike the foul desire,
That izaice rr'v 'it'dl- on it, in it burn;
b., evil mnkes the foul from evil turn.

Ldt cand!-- in tho Bind are a. t to flare;
AnJ C iriians in a t,'mpefl, to dt-rpair.
W'e fee the flinic wit, fmoke :i.-n,'eJ : ;
And in our hcl; lii cs t.crc 's L tLh amil-.

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Of the Lcve Sf Chri/7.












loveof hrif, por may touch upon;
PJ HE Lov fehbe 0! there is none Its large dimenllpns can comprehend, Should thbyfdilate ?*reon, world without end.

When we had firmed, he in his zeal did fwear, That he upon his back our fins would bear. And fince to fin there is entailed death, He vow'd that for our fins he'd- lofe his breath.

e ~ did not only fay, vw rrefolve: Himnfeif in man's diflrefs and mi~ery, As for, and with him, both to live and dir.

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Thofe that abide, while ripe upon the tree,
Bilie., in a gooJ man, fome ripe fruit will be,
Behold then how abornii p fome fruits are,
Which at the firft mofil promifing appear.
The f-oll, the wind, the worm, lihh time doth
lhew,*
There flow from much ..ppearance works but few-

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Upan tie Tchief.


T HE thief, when he doth leal, thinks he doth
g.ir, ;
Yet then th.e g:eaie.fl Ioi he doth fuflain.
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FOR YOUTH.A 'When thou doll ceafe among us to appear, Then duth ur harveft bravely c.-owrs our year.

Bsitliou haft fellows, fomne like thee can do tittlz but fuck our eggs, and flog Cuckoo.

Since Cuckoos forwa-cl not our early fpring, N~or help with notes to bring our harveft in; And fince while- here, Ihe only makes a roife, So pleafing unto none as girls and boys, The Forinalifl we mziy compare her to, For ht doth fuck our eggs,., and fing Cuckoo.,

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BEHOLD how eager this our little boy Ifor thas Bi~tter- fly, as if al joy,






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IUnto the faints fiveet incenfe of their prayer, Ihefe finoky curled -clouds I do compare. T~or as thefe clouds feein ed 'I or lac'd with gold,. 'Their prayers return with filngs manifold.

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WI\lHAT black, what u gly crawling thingP ti_Sinrer.

A fpider, aye; truly a filthy creature.
Spider.
Not filthy as thyfelf-in name jor atr






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Spider.
My venom 's good for fomnething; fince God
made it.
Thy nature fin hath fpoil'd, and doth degrade it. Thou art defpoil'd of good : and tho' I fear thee, I will not, tho' I might, defpife and jeer thee. Thou fay'ft I am the very dregs of nature, Thy fin's the fpawn of devils, 'tis no creature. Thou lay'fl man hates me, 'caufe I am a fpider, Poor mn, thou at thy God art a derider; My venom tendeth to my prefervation, Thy pleading follies work out thy damnation. Poor man, I keep the rules of my creation, Thy fin, thas caft thee headlong from thy Iation. I hurt nobody willingly ; but thou Art a felf-murderer: thou know'ft not how To do what 's zood; no, for thou loveltl evil; Thou fly't God's law, adhereft to the devil.


Thou ill-thap'd thing, there 's an antipathy 'Twixt man and fpiders, 'tis in vain to lie; Sand off, I hate thee, if thou doft come nigh me,
1 '1l crufh thee with my foot: I do defy thec.

Spidey.
They are ill-fhap'd, who warped are by E, Hatred in thee to God hath long time been: No marvel then indeed, if me his creature Tiho dpft defy, pretending name and feature.
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Sometimes a thief will candle-light annoy; Andi lufts do feek our grace,- to dellrpy. What brackish is wvill make a candle fputter; 'Twixt fin and grace there's oft' a beavy clutter. Sometimes the light burns dim, 'caufe of th~fnsiff. And fomnetimes 'tis blown ouite out with 'a uff; But watchfulnefs preventeth both thefe evils, Keeps candles light, and gzace in fpite of devils.

Butlet not Inuffs nor puf~s make us to dcULt; Our candles may be ligured, tho' pufft out. Th.- candle in the nig-ht doth all excel, Nor full, nor moon, nor liars, then fhine fo wtell. So is the Chriffian in! our bc-.nIfpjh re, Whole light thew's others hokw their corirfe to fleer. When candles are put oat all's in confu lion ; Where Chriflians are not, devils make intralio, They then are happy *w'ho fuch candles have, All other-3 dwell in darknefs and the grave. But candles that do bliipk within the fec ke, -t And fain-ts whofe eyes are always in their pocket, Are much alike; futch candles mnike us -u-mble7; And at fuch faints, good men and bad do ilugble&

Good candles doh't olfe-nl, excep t f6be ey es, Nor hurt, unlefs; it be the filly -flies Thus none like burning candles in the night, Nor ought to holy living for delight.

'Buet let us draw towards 4he candle's end: T'hc fire you fee doth wick and tallow fpciid: C5 A,













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jAle4itatls upon ihe Day lefore the Szan-r /ing.













D UT all1 this While, where's he whofe golden rays. J"~ Drives night away, and beautifies our day;? Wiiere 's he whofe goodly face doth warmn and heal,; And thew us what the darkfome nights conceal ? 'Where's he that thaws our ice, drives cold 'away.) Let '3 havr, him, or we care not for the day.

Thus 'tis with thofe w~so are pofr-ft of ap
There 's nomght to them like their Re~zemcr's
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Art thou not Ognted by the ivater fidE Know'i nq th), lord by fruit is glorify'd The sentence is, Cut down the barren tree rkar fruit, or elf thine end will cu.-fid be

Thou baq b cn about and dunge-d too,
1 'ill -21ther pati,-nee, nor yet drefling do The exccut;o-=r is corac, 0 tree, Bear fruit, or elfe thine end will cut-fed be

.Ile th2l about thy roots takps pains to 6, Vould, if on thee vverc!,found but one g)o,,! Prcferv,. thee frorn tbe axe ; but, barrcri liec, R-ar fruit, or elf-, th ne cud will cul-fcd be cnce is at hand,
'riw u tmofl end ofpati 71
'T"s Mdchif thou much longer here dofli rrand,
0 camber-ground, thou art it iiirren F-Zr f;uit, or elfe Lhioc cud xvi"! cuifed be

Thy flan3i ig, nor tliv nar.,.c %vill hcl ) at When fruitful trces are fpir !J, t1lon mait falf, The axe 'IS Eld MAO thy ro, t 0 tree! Bca, fruit, or elfic t,,.y end wi!l -curf,;d b !.,







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xxill.

(Of :Zf F at'ihe Can,-h.







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Z UJIIAT ai!s this fY t' t's 'Y 'o
V A ccmlbat Aith the candle? V aMe
To clafh at I'glr Awiv, thou filly 111Y Thus doing uwa A burn thy win ;,; an die,

Put 'tis a felty h!!r advice to give,
She']] Aill the candle, or fh will rot livc. Slar, favs rh2 at it the i ihe tn:i, Lcs retreat, So wheels about, ani d,,'i he'r blows repeat.

Nor dntli thc, cirIlle let her q6te efcape, Ept gi ves forx-, litti-ch-ek Caw the rc : Throws W) her nimble h ,As, an dowa iI f,illi' 'W ierc 1, 4s fpra 1,.n;-,', nl for I C-_Cur ca!ls.Cn






FOR YOUTH.

C ON P AR I SO0N.

Our Legalift is like t!is nimrbie to'p,
Without a whip, he wiM not doty do.
Let Mofes w~hip lhim, hb wHil fkip and bop; Forbear to l~tbip, be '!i rxsither fiand nor -go.

xxiHl.

Upon dle PF,%irr.













M US we U11to the pifmire go to fcho
.V.To learn of her in fummer to provide,
For winter next enfaing ? man 's a fool,
Or lilly ants would rnot be made his guide.

Bult lPu gard, is it no~t a 1--ame for theet
7o be oat-lione by pifmires? Hrytbec hear:
ES Their






VrOy YOUTH.




Upn tAhe Lar4 arnd 115i Fxzvw'fr.











Look, the, e's the fowke aa Y




Do i not bemo~d the net? h5kthere 'xIFI Tead,
Venture a little further thou rLr dead.

Is there not room enough in all toe field
'~For thee to av i, lilt dvneesmuft yql
Tro the deceitful glittring of a gtafs,
Between nets p!lac'dj to fring tiiy death n pafs?

YWrd, if thou a -t fo mwch for dhazliing 1i-t, Lokwere's the fian above taee: dart uprint .







DIVINE !:MBLEMS

But chicks from rotten eggs do not prccee;. Nor is an hypocrite a faint indeed. The rotten egg, tho' tin0criteatb the )icn' If cracked, links, and is loath"orne pto men. Ncr doth he, warip-Ji- makewhat is rotten found WItat's rotten,,'rbtten wil I k0all be found. The hypocrite, fin has hilm in praffedion, l7le is a rotten egg under profeffica.

Sorne eggs br*ng cockatilces and fbme men,
-( -)Jed in the vipeCs den. Soinc hatched and 6. -K Some bring %v mls; and tonne nicr, there

As grild as are Che wlV-_flL fowls thatilee. Sol-De '._"S I; b, ioiddrs ; and f,,rne _m,7a anpear lunre Veaonl'd t" worft of fnidcrs lle.
Some C' I 'C s jrlfll es ; Pnd fo.neit= to me A's mucti toy t: nigs a thz p' fniires be. itid t ius o "vers c,-os f-rin diPteit thape
-Ai like fvm c ::. --n a 3 m _Tkics are to apes .B it this is ha an cT,-. e it a coi, ., aa(: bon
Here .ad b, c n es to'pick.










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!. ': lik a"' foo Wn ligringo M ,' '** "
f ^Biv hitlhem not, 'c.4.,were tiisidbo. ',
Ly Thilietterchard. cv (Wi e t
SOr Aile fi. high. theft ....rh the taeiu at.,.
I. kIfteadiof of fen. th I thea tae" t : .,.
j unougin idifted but to chabi*,-y6 1
In Werefore. dear re "inttfTr1^ ^'
now "rith tem thoe ach tlnglay^ *' ,
Ajad fine at gravity they a ra,'jh n ,r:
;*my very Iward I caft behiiid a IiI!a i' 'j
A" like a fooi Rand fing'ring y4, I
AO '... 4? l l hew tieo y are but ag n ar. a '.
f ,*'. 7.19 A '.> *, '. k
K^"*%T''^'VvlsI. aio1th'iri foale sitay f T y
S- .,t cld, bccufr l.I withtem 'play:
t' t ww them how each ingle-facf.i, .'
r*Hteh they dote, does but their rouI entangle,
Lth a web, a itap, a g.n'Ia frre:
-1AZ c 0i111 deffroy thein, bhaq4b-; not a care.
feern'd to play (he fool, that he might &in
1.aS^3P(C. by" fucb' t? ^"^ to. let them Zee
?r, t itfco, their fin, and vanaitT: -
4^^0 ^ tbWdfuli of howflyJ
r litr -, 'itI ut4A 1wohM lt. Ieri
36t frr t&;i BR4itvtniSB I'ww' ldfew"e~nfce"






6o DIVINE EMBLEMS
Their works (too) will thy condemnation .bz When at the judgment feat thou halt appear.
But fince thy God doth bid thee to her go, Obey her ways, consider, and be wife : The Pifmires will inform thee what to do, And fet the way to life before thine eyes.

XXXIV.





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H E wants, he aiks, he pleads his poverty,
They within dodr do him an alms deny. He doth repeat and aggravate his grief ; But they repulfe him, give him no relief. He begs, they fay begone: he will not hear, He coughs and fighs to thew he fill is there; They difregard him, he repeats his groans; They till fay nay; and he himfelf bemoans.
They







FOR YOUTH.


"When thou doft ceafe among us to appear,
Then dith our harvest bravely crown our year.
But tou haft fellows, fome like thee can do
littl. but fuck our eggs, and fi-g Cuckoo.
Since cuckoos forward not out early spring,
Nor help with notes to bririg our hsr.' 1 in;
And fine while here, the only nr,-",., rcife,
So pleasing unto none as girls and boys,
T1,e Form'dii; we may compare her to,
For he dothi fuck our egg-, and fing Cnckoo.

XXII,

Of the By and B-t e'j.

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BEHOLD how eager this our little boy
Is for tds Butter-fly, as if all joy,







72 DIVINE EMBLEMS

XLII.

Uton anz Hoxer-Gla/s.













PJIHS glafs when mnade, was by the worknsae's
Th u ffixty minutes to fi.
Time more, nor lefs, by it wilt out be fpur, But juft an hour, and then the glafs is run.

Man's life, we will compare unto this glafs, The number of his months, he cannot pafs:But when he has acconipliflied his day, He, like a vapour, vaiiht-h away.








'The child 's left at the bufb n ane, TIhe bird flies yonder o'er the fie-Id.
C 0 I FA It IS 0N.

'This child of Chrift an emblem is-; The birds, to finners I compare : The thorns are like thofe fins of his, Which do fiurround him ev'ry where.

I1Ir fergs, her food, an~d fun-Ihine day, .Are eMblems of thofe !ccliffi tl YS, WIVjjch to deftnstion. lead the wvay, 'The fruit of worldly empty joys.

The a-gumes this child doth choofe 'To draw to, him a bird thas wild, Shews C rifi famiiar. fpcech dodh isfe, To mke to him be reconcil'd.

The bird in that Mle takes her wing, 'To fpeedPher from him aft' r all. S)he-ws us, vain mann lov2 any thing, AIf-,h b-m~r than t-h- htav'nly call.





FOR YOVTH4.

To think that from the curfe they can me fave? Stead, wine, nor water me no ranfomn bought.

XIVI.,

Meditate ions upon a Cazdle.













M AN's like a candle in a candleffick,
-Made up of tallow and a little wick For what the candle is, before ftis liglized, Juft fach he they who are in fin benightek. Nor canra man his foul with grace infpire, More than the -:andles fet themfelves on fire.

Canles receive their light from what they are
not_,
VXen grace from him, for whom at, firi they care not.







74. IVINE EMBLEMS

Aitho' tey feem not much to ffir or go,
Who thirfi for Chriff, and who from wrath do ffee;-, Yet what they feek for, quickly they come to, T1ho' it doth feem. the farthieI off to be.

One aa of faith doth bring them to tliatfiowlr They fo long for, that they ma~y cat andi lie; which to attain is not in others' power, Tbo' for it a king's ranfocs they wouldgie

'Tben let none faint, hor be at all di rnmayd, That life by Chrift do feck, they fhall not Pail 4to have it; let them nothing be af-aid 'The herb and flow': are eaten kiy tht Ina~l

















XLIV.. C.





S DIVINE EILLMS
XIX.
,L ..,",aiitf upsn the Day before the S-rnfing,


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Drives night away, and beautifes our days? P
Wiiere 'she ?vhole goodly face drnl warm and heal,
And thew us A hat tne d.,rkfme! nights conceal?
Whers he that thW' S o.r e, drives colawa- y -
Let 's hav-----. him, or we care not for ne day.
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U TSall this while wheo are'he whofe golden f raysc
.JDrives night away, and be-autifies our days ?
'Where 's he whole goodly face cloth .arin and heal,
And flew us a hat mae d:,rkfiii? nights conce'.d ?
W.here'3 he that thi wi our ice, drives cold-A~way?
Let's have. him, or we care not for tae day.
Thus 'uis ',,'nh thole who are ,',>ff'-ft of Taci,-,
Tiere's nought to them like their Rc.L-mer's


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6z DIVINE EMBLEMS

SAnother rides tantivy, or full trot, To hew with gravity, he matters not,

Lo, here comes one amain, he rides full fpeed, Hedge, ditch, or miry bog, he doth not heed. One claws it up hill without flop or check, Another down, as if he'd break his neck.
Now ev'ry horfe has his efpecial guider: Then by his going you may know the rider.

C 0 M P A R I S 0 N.
Aow let us turn our horfe into a man, The rider to a spirit, if we can: Then let us by the methods of the guider, Tell ev'ry horfe how he Ihould know his ider.

Some go as men dire&, in a right way, Naor are they fufler'd e'er to go a tray : As with a bridle they are govern'd well, And fo are kept from paths that lead to hell.
Now this good man has his efpecial guider: Then by his goirg let him kr.ow his rider.

Another goes as if he did not care,
Whether of heav'n or hell be should be heir. The rei, it feems, is laid upon is neck, And he W ues his way without a check.
Now this man (too) has his efpecial guider,
And by his going he may know his rider.
Again






fOR YOUTH. 75
XLIV.
Of tid-c Sp-k ej C"r I I




Mill"


-A7HO's this that ComCth from the wilderness,
A OL5ike Cmoky pillars thus perfu-'d with
LAIing upon her deareft in diflrefs,
TPiac'd i niai bofom by the comfoi, tr .
Sh, '., clothed Vwith the fun, crown'd with twelve
The ffo:.':d moon her footfltol fi e Lath made,
cd.-..-n L.tr affanlts, fills hcr v.iih j s,
i't rcl'.s QIc murder l.r belove'"h ihade.
But iiir.ce ,%as fibe? W'/ht i; er pe i-ree ? I
Wa, not her father a poor Amorite ?
V/WhIa. was her mother but as others be, "
A Hi'.:i:. :.,'I, pccr, ar-.d 1'-.e. 'ie q'ie .utS
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36 DIVINE EMBLEMS

Myfelf is compafs'd with, as if I were, One of the chiefeft couttidrs that be there.

Here lords and ladies do come round about me'. 'With grave demeanour, nor doany flout me, For this my brave adventure, no, not they; They come, they go, but leave me there to flayL

Now my reproacher, I do all by this
Shev how thou mayft poffefs thyfelf of blifs: Thou art worfe than a fpider, but take hold On Chrift, the door that hall not be control'd: By him do thou the heavenly palace enter ; None e'er will chide thee for thy brave adventure.. Approach thou then unto the very throne, There fpeak thy mind: fear not, the day's thine
own.
Nor faint, nor angel will thee ftop or flay, But rather tumb'e blacks out of the way. My venom flops not me ; !et not thy vice Step thee; poffefs thyfelf of paradife.

Go on, I fy, although thou be a finer, Learn to be b~tid in faith of me a fpinner. This is the way true glories to poTef, And to enjoy what no man can exprefs.

Sometimes I find the palace door up-lockt. And fo my entrance thither has up-blockt. But am I daunted? No, I here and there Do feel and fearch ; and fo if any where,.






r6 DI'VINT, E'VTrLEM3

T ev are fo-T 9?'eatl fotie littl as we fee, To Ile-, f)inc great, forne fmall. ia 9'jc,,-y
divi v, as we behold,'
flyi -, g -rq -1
1) lhv-w faits joys will there be manifelL Some forne nioantfome -flutter, and forne do,
In a m'.xr vav of f1ving, glorv too.
t-at each ih%1 to his full content, Be happy in that heaventv firmament.
vil.
71fe.'T',W-,7,?su tte PetP of ))a?VW
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DIVINE EMBL:..;


All profits, honours, yea, and lafting pleafures,
We> e wrapt up inr her, or the richell treafures,
Found in her, would be habundled up together,
When all her all is lighter than a feather.

Hie holloos, runs, and cries our, Here boys, here,
Nor ddth he brambles or the nettles fear
He fumbles at the mole hills, up he gets,
And runs again, as one bereft of wits ;
And all his labour and this large out-c ry,
Is only for a filly Batter-fly.
C OM P A R I SO X.

This little boy an emblem is of thofe,
Wufe hearts are wholly at he %to.rlu' difpofe :
The But-er-fly doth represent to me,
The world's bPl things at beft but fading L,
All are but painted nothings and falfe joys, -
Like ihi' poor Butter-fly to thefe ourJ t '.
1is running thorough n .':!cs, thorns and bixkrt,
To gratify his boy ilh food :efircs ;
His tumbling over mnle.l1i:: to attain
His end, namely his Butter-fly to gain;
Doth plainly v (hew what hazards fome men run,
To get what will be lolt as foon as won:
Men feemn in choice, than children far more ..,
Becaufe they run not after Butter-flies :
When yet alas for what are empty tcvs,
They follow children, like to beardlefi boys.


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44 DIVINE EMBLEMS
When fhe recovers, up fie gets again,
And at the candle comes with might and mtain. But now behold, the idandle takes the Fly, And holds her, till the doth by burning 4ie.
C 0 MV P A t 1 6 0 Zr.
This randle is an emblem of tha t light,
Our gnrpel givres in this our darkfbme night; T'i- Fly a lively pi~qure is of thofe T~at bate, and do this gofpel-iight oppofe. At )ll the gofpel doth become their fnare, Voth them with burning, hands in pieces tear.

XXIV.
Onz the Rfing qf the Zen.













L Look, brave Sol dotLh peep-up from beneath,
Scvsus his golden face, Jorh o n us breathe;






FOR YOUTH.


Yea he doth comofs us around with glories.'
,'hi i he afcends up to his highest fories:
Where he his banner over us displays,
And gives us light to fee Dur works and ways.
Nor are we now, as at the peep of light,
To question, is it day, or is ii nict?
The night is gone, tie fiadow's fled away,
And now we are moft certain that 'tis day.
And thus it is when Jefus Ihews his face,
And doth affure us ol his love and grace.
X\V.
Z'.*(? the promifig Fnruitifuefs of a Tree.

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A COM ELY fight indeed it is to fee
A world of blo om,-on a'. ..-pn"Iv --.
Yet far more comely would --r ar,
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A COM ELY fight indeed it i, to fee
A world of bloffomn- on aa ap;,l'-tree :
Yet far more comely would hi ,,,r, *p.. ar, )
If a4l il- dainty bloffonis yomig a:pits were.
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FOR YOUTH. 6;

Agalt, rorne run, as if refolved to die, Body and foul, to all eternity'. Goo~d counfel they by no mneans can abide: They 'II have their courfe whatever them betide.
Now thefe poor men have their vffpccal guider: Were they not fools, they foon niigat know
their rider.

There's one mpkes head ngainft all godlinefs,, Thofe (too) that do profefs it he 'll difirefs : lie 1II tatint and flout if gcodnefs do-,h appear; And thofe that love it, h'e wvill muck and jeer.
Now this man (too) his his efprciai guider,
And by his going he-ma~y know his riler.


















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FOR OUTl'1-. 19

C 0 M P A R I S 0 f.

This flint an emblem is of thofe that lie,
Under the word like flones, until they die.
Its crystal fireamnis have not their n-aures chan-d,
They are not from their lufta by grace tfliangdJ.


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U/fs the F&/b vi tit I'alsr.




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W r. ,vLtr is the fill's element, I
T Take'her from theace, ne-e can her death '
prevent; -
A fil forn, have fald, who have tran!iireffrs been,
.. gc.d i net be, as to be kept fLora iif. a

Tie va.t:r is the filh's element.
L 'ave L.er but there, and flie v ."i be cormtrt; ,
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FOR YOUTH. 29

Xtnto the faints feet incenfe of their prayer,
There fmoky curled clouds I do compare.
!or as thefe clouds feem edg'd, or lac'd with gold.
Their prayers return with efings manifold.
'XVIII.

rhe, Sinnr and ihe Sfide#


;'." .:1lT.
I H AT black, what ugly crawling thing .tt--.
thou i
Sfia'er.

I aml a fpider---
Sinrmer.
A fpider, aye; trutiy a filthy C!eatGre.

-Not filth'.y as thyffrI'ia name or fca:'ar





FOR YOUTH.

Their lying fcatter'd in the dark may be, To hew by man's laps'd Rate his mifery.

The Candle that was taken down and lighted. Thereby to find them fallen and benighted, Is Jefu3 Chrift: God by his light doth gather, Whom he will fave, and be to them a Father.

XXXVIII

Upcn a Pew j Lonf,












HY price one penny is, in time of plenty
In famine doubled 'tis from one to twenty. Yea, no man knows what price on thee to fet, WNhen there is but one penny loaf to get.

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FOR YOUTH. 71

33Y the abulive carriages cf thoffe,
That did bosh, himr, his :oe, and grate oppofe:
Yet he, ai unconceriied about uc' thiugs,
does on, determines to make captives kings;
Yea, mny of his murderers he takes
Into his favour, and them princes makes.

XLI.
Ox flit Cadii.g of a Hien.












TIiHF Hen fo foon as (he an egg doth lay,
tSpread the fame of her dong whatthe ls-ay)
About the yard a cackling fhe doth go,
To tell what 'twas ie at her neff dlid do.

Juff thus it is with fomne profeffihg men,
If they do aught that 's good they, like our h~en, r Ca-inot hat cackle on 't where-e'er they gb,
And what their ight hand doth, their left mull
know.
XLII. U~~








FOR YOUTH.



Upon the ftee.













DTVUE bee goes out, and honey home &6~ A~ Andl foime who feek that honey find a Now would f thou have the honey, and be fre kIrom fir.g ; in tne firit place ki'll the bee.

C 0 M P A Rt I S 0 N~.

This bee 2n emblem truly is of fin,
Whofe tweet unto a marv, death h~th been. Would':1 thou hive fv. ;cet from fin, and yet not die, $in in the fLI place thou m uil mortify.





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DIIVINE MBLE MSE M


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TEMPORAL THINGS
SPIRIT'UALIZED, &c.



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I'f~oa th, binre F,2. Vrm -.i Cod's Vlieiri!.


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HAT, barren here! in this lo pocd z fi! ?
The fig 't of Oliis douili make GCi's heart
recoil
Vrom giving thee his befling, barren tree ;
Bear fuit, or elfc thy cnd Hill cured b:!







FOR YOUTH.

XX.

Of tbe Mole. ia tie Gyrouzii.


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T HE mole's a creature very fiu.:o- ard fl:ck,
She digs i'th'dirt, but 'twil! r.n t or her Iti'.k.
So 's he who counts this world, :is i itcI g..iui,
Yet nothing gets but labour fo ihi' pair..
Earthl's the mole's element, flue c in't abide
To be above ground, dirt heaps are her pride;
A. id be is like her, who ti'e worldiing plays,
-le irrat.ctes her in her i,:tka.arJd ways.

Poor fil! mole, that thou .uou!id'tlove tobe,
Where tir.cu, :.-rfun,normcon, nor c.'r.'! fee.
But oh how filly 's he, who doth not care
So he -et. earth, to have et heaven a hare !


XXI. Of1






DIVINE EMBLEMS


XLII.
UViot an Hoaur-Glafi.




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T HIS glafs when made, was by the workman's.
f ll,
The frumn of fixty minutes to fulfil.
Time more, nor lefs, by it will -out be fpun, -
But jult an hour, and then the glaf. is run.
Man's life, we will compare unto this glafs,i
The number of his months, he cannot pafs :
But when he has accomplilhea his day,
He, like a vapour, vaiiihcth away.


XLIII. Uar






FOR YOUTH. 3L

/ Stiaer,
V', venom 's good for fomething; fince God
m ade it.
S Thy nature fin hath fpoil'd, and doth Jepra.l- it.
Thou art defpoil'd of good : and tho' I fear tlhite,
I will not, tho' I might, defpife aid jeer thee.
Thou fay'ft I am the very dregs of nature,
Thy lin 's the fpawn of devils, 'tis no creature.
Thou ay'ft man hates me, 'caufe Iam a fpider,
Poor mian, thou at thy God art 4 derider;
My venom tendeth to my prefervation,
Thy pleating follies work out thy damnation.
Poor man, I keep the rules of my creation,
Thy fin.has call thee headlong from thy Ration.
I hurt nobody willingly ; hut thou
Art a felf-murderer: thou know'fl cot how
T i do what's good; no, for thau lovefl evil;
Thou flyft God's law, adherelft to the devil.


Thowill-fliapid thing, there's an anttpathy
'Twixt man and fpiders, 'tis in vain to lie ;
S.and off, I hate thee, if thou dofl come right me,
SII craufh thee with my foot: I do defy thee.

Spider.
SThe' are ill-fh3p'd, who warped are by fin,
HYtred in thee to God hath long time been:
No marvt-el 'en indeed, if me his creature
Taol doll defy, pretendsg name and fcatuTe.
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COM P A K ISO .

This Loaf's an emblem of the word of GoJ,
A thi r of low elleem ; befqie the rod
Of famine fmiites the feul with fear of detIh :
But thcn it is our all, our life, our breath.

XXXVIII.

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MHIS watch my father did on me Lelow,
A golden one it is, but 'twill not go,
Unlefs i. be at an uncertainty:
but as good none, as one to tell a lie.

When 'is high day my hand will hand at niae :
I t'.ink there's no man's wateh fo bad as mine.
Sometime, 'tis fuilen, 'twill not go at all,
And yet 'iwas never broke nor lad a fall.
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Thiou art befet by mifchiefs ev'ry wvav, The gallows groaneth for thee ev'ry day.

Wherefore, I pr'.vthee, thief, thy theft forbear,, Con fult thy fafety, pr' ythee have a care. If 7nce thy head be got within the noofe, 'Twill be too late a longer life to choo..

As to the Pen',ent thiou readc-11 Of,
Wlmt 's that to thezn'who at repentance fcolr?' Vor i3 that grace at thy cornmand or pow'r, That thou fhould'it put it off tll the laft hour.,

1 pr'yt'h-e thiief; tbi ni on 't, andi turn betirue A; 'Few go to lif-e, who do the galloWs climb,
















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POR YOUTf y

At any chink or crevice fnd my way, I crowd, I prefs for paffage, make no flay t And fo thro' difficulty I attain The palace, yea, the throne where princes reigo.

I crowd fometimes, as if I'dP burfi in fender And art thou cruth'd with firiving? do not wonder.
Some fcarce get in, and yet indeed they enter; Knock, for they nothing have, that nothing venture.

Nor will the King himfelf throw dirt on thee, As thou haft caft reproaches upon me; Hlie will not hate thee, 0 thou foul backflidert As thou didit me becaufe I am a spider.

Now, to conclude: fince I much dotrine bring, Slight ie no more, call me not ugly thing. God wifdom hath unto the pifmire given, And spiders may teach men the way to heaven.

8iner.

Well, my good fpider, I my errors fee, I was a fool for railing fo at thee. Thy nature, venom, and thy fearful hbue, But fliew what finners are and what they do.

Thy way and works do alfo darkly tell,
How forne men go to heaven, and fome to hell. Thou art my monitor, I am a fool; They may learn, that to Jpiders go to fchool.
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FOR YOUTH. 13
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Mad'at ti n vio- an Egg.


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ct. 's no chck b' id ,-' frI 0-c Ii .

T N Nc r Mman a. Cridvi i L! .i j i I' .ga in.


Th.- ecg 'S nt firli co d in V!,C I'.ell,
'.".:n .fore g.ae, in ci .i -I o: r dme 1
Thee-r7.,wher laid, '. '., in r acl,'cken,
Ad d rihl by ga.-c e d : i3n 4., d'o, q zkk, .r
Tne chick at firl i. i.;,_' ci cor, i, ',
S hen-ihv'r-born fouls atr, vi fl n :I, de.,td.
T.;e Il 1 dorth crack, rr ,i.-Ch !: ':- ctl; p 1. d

T'"e r-n i..c J_ %, a% dh u:n n-r r-.. p ard % ecT.
T he I'. i d ill, br:..k, t t i- c hlvr ,
'1 he fh..i, fltfil, i L, :L.c i .. L.. c ll Uc Fiin high.
tit E Erb d roL cr-ci r- F-,a : ..2 light;
T'Ie .bri is i'aie, Lthe. r c'.v ..:! the kite.
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TO THIE READER.
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COLRTtUUS READER,
a
-TH *title page ivill fiwv, ir'hou wilt look,
A W.o are the pr.Per fhbi:th o:' thils book.
Tliey 're boys ,J 7`"1 n"' all firt. I.- der;ree.'
Fmm 6ihofe 'f'-', t'. cl.-A ir'- 3I n .ie-.. *
Thus comrrehei-;i a- I: w me .-s. ,
They temrt *:ic to Iz .," i,., ciilil-:h M.tions. "
\'e no L .. 'o's %vi. b-tar Ii. a,: girls that be
hug.e ". ,.J-:n, La,',ing grji[ily.
S- '. 'n e me. fince I thes derc-ibc

-Fl. non, T il t-rcbvy I Lbr'b them
i'o i ,r i,i'mpr.t (t.f th me'.ves.
'T-.a'. men i 'l e .o i rn t -fh If m.
T r .:ic tri::,, la.:.,lli: mole, a'd ay, ,
r'''v -,y 1i1;f .','rv a-,' ;' d gi-, i .o- .7'o
V i.h '* I eile I'rinic Foo0ei'i of the age,.
r"' A';: I 1at in i- iefv, -s on a (lage
'' -'ir bearded men do aIt lIk', btard!..+ boys,
( Or women plcai' themf'1xe- wth childUh tcys# .,.
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Our minidlers lIng tm,'- by word a4 p."-' ";
SD.'.l tkiti Oi.ji, canating thern m t x$t
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FOR YOUTH. 73

XLIII.

nUpn a Snail.












HE goes but foftly, but fhe goeth folre, She fumbles not, as stronger creatures do: r journey's Iorter, fo the may endure, Better than they "which do much further go.

She makes no no fe, but frilly feizeth on The flow'r or herb, appointed for her food; The which fhe quietly doth feed upon, While others range and glare, but nd no good.

And tho ihe doth but very foftly go, However flow her pace be, yet 'tis fure; And certainly they that do travel fo, The prize which they do aim at they procure;

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FOR YOUTH. 6,

They call him vagrant, and more rugged grow; Hte cries the flhriller; trumpets out his woe. At laft when they perceive he'll :ake no nay, An alms they give him without more delay.

C 0 M P A R I S 0 N.

This beggar doth refemble them that pray To God for mercy, and will take no nay; But wait and count that all his hard gainfays, Are nothing elfe, but fatherly delays; Then imitate him, praying fouls, and cry: There's nothing like to importunity.

XXXV.
Upon the Horfe and is Rider.












TH.RE's one rides very fagely on the road; A Shewing that he affe&s the graveft mode: E 4 ~Aoth=






26 IVINE EMflLENIS

We manage candies when theY' take the fire;
God men, when he with grace dcth them infpire.

And biggeft candies give tle better light,
As grace on biggeA inners Ihiires mnoff liight.

The candle fhines to make another fee,
A aint unto his neijh-our light should be.

The blinking candle we do much dIefpife,
Saints dim of light arc high in no man's eyes.

Again, thotwh it may feem to fomne a riddle,
We Ave to light our candle at the middle.
True light cloth at the candle's end appear, And grace the heart flril -reaches by the er.
B urtisthe wick the fire doth kindle On,
As i- h heart that grace fifi works upon.
Tu orl do fhften wpn ,hat 's the mai,
And fo .heil- life and vigour do maintain.*

The tallow'makes the wick vield to the fire,
And firful flefh do'th make the foul defire, That, grace may kindle on it, in it burn;
So evil makes the foul from evil turn.

Dat candles in the windl are art to flare; SAnd C.niffiatis ina tempeff, to despair.
'We fee the flame with finoke attended is
And in-iour holy lives there 2s much a.mils.






15+ 1 DIVINE E.L', MlS
Therefore as MoNfe.' wife came fvathy in,
And went out from h.M without ch.',e of lin6,
So he that doth the law for life adore,
Saall yet by it be left a llack.a-nmoor.
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lA very far. yea coi-, rudd. T e.

T.i, r'fe, dcthi always bow its head to me,.
Sayinv, Come plauck me, I thy rofe will be;
Y-t ofter I to c ii.i.- Rofe or bac,.-
Ten to one but the bulh will liave nay blood,
Ths looks like a trepan, or a decoy,
To C-..r, and yet frap, w'ho would enjoy.
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FOR YOUTH.


Tf'rcl,-rmetr.

Your watcb, tho' it be good, .rorgh wantof
fiill,
May fail to do according to your t ill.
Sappore the balarce, wheels-and fpring Ie good,
And- all things elfe, unlefs you underftood
To manage it, at watches ought to be,
Your watch will frill be at uncertainty.
Come, tl! me, do you keep it from the duf, -
And wind it duly, that it may net rufl ?
STake heed (too; that yon do not ir-iin the fpring;
Yon muff be circumlpeR in ev'ry thi,.g,
Or rife your watch will nut exactly go,
'Twill land, or run too fatl, or move too flow.

COMPAK I SON.

This boy refembles orethat tirn'd frorm fin ;
I Tis watch the curious work ofgrace within.
The Wa'ch-maker is jefus Chrift our Lord,
His counfel, 'the direcions of his word :
Then Convert, if ihy heart be out of frame,
Of this Watcl-maker learn to mend the fame.

Do not lay ope' thy heart to worldly dnIft,
S Nor let thy graces over-r-o.v with ruft ;
Be ot'I renew'd in th' fpnrit of thy mind,
Orelfe uncertain thou thy watch wilt fnd.



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FOR YOUTH.


XIV.

UP"n over-much Alue,'f,.



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T IS fOrange to fee how over nice arc f
About their dothes, their bodies ant'f'lr
home ;
While ivhat 's of worth, they flightly pafs it by.
Notdoing it at all, or llote-l,.

Their houses muftll &ell furnifh'd he in print
While their immortal foul has no good in't.
Its outside alib tihey muf lih-atif'y,
Witule there is in't farce common honesty.

Thei- hodiesthev mufl havf trck',d urp and trim
Their inside full of filth up v. thr- brim.
Upon tl.i-ir clothes there muil nut he a fpot,
WVtireas their lives a'e but one crnm.-n bkt,.

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FOR YOUTH.


Thotu fubjen art to cold o' n;Ihts,
Wheni darknefs is thy coverin. ;
At days thy di gei' great by kites,
flow cantt thou t:Cie fit there and fing ?*

Thy fo:d ii fcarcee and fcanty too,
*Tis worms avid trablh which tnou doll eat ,
Thy prefer late I pity do.
Com-', I 'll provide thee better meat.

I':l fiwd thee with white bread and milLk,
And fugar plumbs, if thou them crave;
I 'II cover thee with finell hlif,
That from t ic cold I may thee rare.

Mrv f'her's palace fhill he tline,
Yea. i i it thou flalt fit a.s ding:
My little bird, if thou'lI be mine,
The whole year round fall be diy spring.

I 'II teach thee all the notes at coarti
U-ithought cf music thou flilt play :
A-iiall thilt th. icrdorefrt,
Sdaul Frairc t 'ee for it ev'ry day.
IlI keep thee fare from cat and cur,, "
!o m mr.-r o' ihrm thall come to thte -.
Y.a, I ,.ll be ht)' fuccoa-er,
My b;".':m fh.il ti'y cabin be.

But IT, behold, the bird is pone;
Th:ft ci3,rmi;,- world not make ier yield:





DIVINE EMBLEMS

C 0 NM P A P. 1 6 0 Wt.

This Loaf's an emblem of the word of God, A thing of low eieni ; before the rod Of famine fmites the feul with fear of depth: But thtn it is our all, our life, our breath.

XXXV"'I.

Ve L'oy a;;d WacL-nakr..6t








'FHIS watch my father did on me het~ww, "7 A golden one it is, but 'twill not go,* Unles it b~e at an uncertainty: B3ut as good none, as one to tell a lie.

When 'tis high day my hand will fland at rz I think there's no man's w aich fo bad ns mine. Sometimes 'tis fulcn, 'twill niot go at all, And yet 'Was never brcke nor had a fall.






DIVVINE EMBLEMS


To his eternal fame in faced fory,
We find that he did lay afide Tils glory,
S:epp'd froin the throne of higheftl dinitv,
Became poor man, did in a manger lie;
Yea, was beholden upon his for bread.,
Had, of his own, not where to lay his head:
Tho' rich, he did, 'for us, become thus poor,
That he might make us rich for evermore-
Yet this was but the leaft of what he did;
But the outside of what he offeredd.
God made his bleffed Sen under the law;
Under the curie, which like the lion's paw,
Did rend and tear his foul, for rmnnkind's (in,
More hainif we for it in hell had b,;en.
His cries, his tears, and bloody a2ony,
The nature of his death dutth-Ie .ity.

Nor did he ot conflraint himafelf thus give,.
Par (in, to d'-atii, that manyni ht with him live.
He did do %.i'at he did mouii ingirh,
He fung, and gave Gud thanks, that he mua die.
D)d ever King die for a captive flavc ?
Yet fuch were we whom Jefus dy'd to fare.

Yea, Rwhen he made himself a facrifice,
It was thac he might fave his enemies.

And, tho' he was provoked to retreat
Iis blet refolves to do fo kind an aft,






FOR YOUTH.

They call him vagrant, and more rug ge 3 grow;
He cries the thriller; trumpets out his woe.
S At laft when they perceive he'll take no nay,
An alms they give him without more delay.

COM P A R ISO N.

This beggar doth refemble them that pray-
To God for mercy, and will take no nay;
But wait and count t6at all his hard gainfays,
Are nothing elfe, but fatherly delays ;
Then imitate him, p.raying fouls, and cry:
There's nothing like to importunity.
XXXV.
Upo.n the Horfe ad his PiLr.,


T HERE's one rides very farelv on the road;
SheAing that he affeas the gravel mode
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FOR YOUTH.

,Thou fubjetl1 art to cold o' nights, When darknefs is thy c.vernnQAt days thy danger's great by kites, how can'It thou theu fit there and fing ?

Thy food is fcarce and canty too,
'Tis worms and trafli which thou~ deft eat;; Thy prefent ftate I pity do, Come, I 'llprovide thee better meat.

I'll f~x& thee with wlditc bread and mllks And fugar-plambs, if thon them crave; I 'll cover thee with finefi filk, That from E-ie cold 1 may thee fave.My r~ter's palace ihallbe thine, Yfea, i-i it thou flialt fit a.4 fng My little ird, if thou 'It be mine, The whole year round fihall be iby fping,.

I 'l teachl thee all the r'otes at courti tithoughit of mufic thou fltlt play: Ai all that thier do refirt, Sail praife thee for it ev'ry day.
Il'11keep thee fafe from caf awl u, No man=e o' harm Jail coT.,e to thee Yta, I will be thy fucco-rer, M~y boform hall tiy cabin be.

But 1V beholId, the bird is rone;
'There charmings world not make .,er yield





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M~y name entailed is to my creation Mly feature from the God of thy falvation.
Iilrner.
i m a maan, and in God's image made,
1 have a foul fhal neither die nor fade: God has pelefFed mre wvith human reafon, Speak not agair"' me, left titou fpeakeft treafon. For if I arn the image of my ma~ker, Of flanders laid on 'me he is partaker.


1 ktow tbou art a creature far above Tne, Tlw~refore I P(hon, I fear, nrt-d alfo love thee. But .-.c' tdiy God hath mande thee fuch a creature,
T. -,, o gainfi him often play'd the u-itor. Thy. ~an hasetch'd thee down ; leave cif to bozilt Ivatur- thouhalt defil'd, God's image loll. Yesi thou, thyfeif a very beat haft made, A-nd art become like gyrafs which fcon doth fade. Thy fr'el, thy realon, yea, th~y fpotlefs fla-e, Sin hjas fiibjetled to th' moft dreadful fate. but I retain my primitive condidti, I 've all but what I loft by thy ambition.

Sin'ner.
Thou venom'd thing, I know not what to call~
thee,
The dregs of nature, furely did bel thee Thou rvf cornpos'd o' th' di ofs and fcum~ of A.l
blnhat thee, and irt frorn thee Spider caLI