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" Wae worth the daye! That verie wreathe,

" Which with a lovinge vowe ". This morne I gave her, I behelde,

" Ere noone, on Edwin's brow.

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. With an old lady, whos: anger one word affwages; Hee every quarter paid his old servants their wages, And never knew what belong'd to coachmen, footmen,

nor pages, But kept twenty old fellows with blue coats and badges;

Like an old courtier, &c.

With an old sudy fill'd full of learned old books, With an old reverend chaplain, you might know him

by his looks, With an old buttery hatch worn quite of the hooks, And an old kitchen, that maintain'd half a dozen old

cooks;

Like an old courtier, &c.

With an old hall, hung about with pikes, guns, and

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With old swords, and bucklers, that had borne many

Shrewd blows,

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