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THE

WORKS

OF

BEN JONSON,

IN NINE VOLUMES.

WITH NOTES CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY,
AND A BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR,

By W. GIFFORD, Esq.

The Muses' fairest light in no dark time;
The wonder of a learned age; the line
Which none can pass; the most proportion'd wit,
To nature, the best judge of what was fit;

The deepest, plainest, highest, clearest pen;
The voice most echo'd by consenting men;

THE SOUL WHICH ANSWER'D BEST TO ALL WELL SAID
BY OTHERS, AND WHICH MOST REQUITAL MADE.

CLEVELAND.

VOLUME THE EIGHTH.

CONTAINING

MASQUES, &c.

EPIGRAMS.

UNDERWOODS.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR G. AND W. NICOL; F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON; CADELL
AND DAVIES; LONGMAN AND CO.; LACKINGTON AND Co.;
R. H. EVANS; J. MURRAY; J. MAWMAN; J. CUTHELL; J. BLACK;
BALDWIN AND CO.; RODWELL AND MARTIN; AND R. SAUNDERS;

By W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland-row, St. James's.

LENOX LIBRARY

NEW YORK

TIME VINDICATED

TO HIMSELF AND TO HIS HONQURS; In the presentation at Court on Twelfth-night, 1623.

Qui se mirantur, in illos
Virus habe: nos hæc novimus esse nihil.

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