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TO THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED GENTLEMAN, EDWARD NORGATE, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: For one so rarely tun'd to fit all parts
Last Line: To make but one (and that's thy selfe) admir'd.


(CLARK OF THE SIGNET TO HIS MAJESTY)

For one so rarely tun'd to fit all parts;
For one to whom espous'd are all the Arts;
Long have I sought for: but co'd never see
Them all concenter'd in one man, but Thee.
Thus, thou, that man art, whom the Fates conspir'd
To make but One (and that's thy selfe) admir'd.





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