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ON THE EXACT AND ELABORATE STORY OF ARCADIUS AND SEPHA, by            
First Line: What brave young man is this, whose lute doth lead
Last Line: Bays of themselves unto thy brows makes haste.
Subject(s): Bosworth, William (1618-1650)


WHAT brave young man is this, whose lute doth lead
The dancing rocks, and teach the woods to tread?
Is Thracian Orpheus reviv'd, whose lay
Hath now charm'd Hell, to get himself away?
Son of the Arts and Heav'n! our hearts we fill,
With joy and zeal to gratulate thy skill;
What fitting tributes shall we bring thee now,
To crown thy merits, and adorn thy brow?
For since thy harp to follow trees are grac'd,
Bays of themselves unto thy brows makes haste.





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