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TO THE PRINCE, GEORGE, DUKE, MARQUESSE & EARL OF BUCKINGHAM, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Never my book's perfection did appeare
Last Line: Who doth both love and feare you honour'd sir.
Subject(s): Villiers, George. 2d Duke Of Buckingham


Never my Book's perfection did appeare,
Til I had got the name of VILLARS here.
Now 'tis so full, that when therein I look,
I see a Cloud of Glory fills my Book.
Here stand it stil to dignifie our Muse,
Your sober Hand-maid; who doth wisely chuse,
Your Name to be a Laureat Wreathe to Hir,
Who doth both love and feare you Honour'd Sir.





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