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The Muses' fairest light in no dark time;
The deepest, plainest, highest, clearest pen;
THE SOUL WHICH ANSWER'D BEST TO ALL WELL SAID
CONTENTS OF VOLUME IX.
PINDARIC Ode on the Death of Sir
LUCIUS CARY AND SIR H. MORISON.
88. An Epigram to William Earl of
They talk of Fencing and the use
Poor wretched states, prest by extremities.
90. To the King on his Birth-day, Nov. 19, 1632.
This is king Charles his day. Speak it, thou
91. On the Right Honourable and Virtuous Lord
Weston, Lord High Treasurer of England,
upon the Day he was made Earl of Port-
land, Feb. 17, 1632. To the Envious
92. To the Right Honourable Hierome, Lord Weston,
an Ode Gratulatory, for his Return from his
Though thou hast past thy summer-standing, stay.
94. The humble Petition of poor Ben to the best of
Monarchs, Masters, Men, King Charles