|Seccombe and Arber, comps. Elizabethan Sonnets. 1904.|
|Henry Constable (15621613)|
The excellent conceitful Sonnets
of H. C. Augmented with divers
Quatorzains of honourable
and learned personages.
DIVIDED INTO VIII. DECADES.
Vincitur a facibus, qui jacet ipse faces.
Printed by Iames Roberts for
[i.e., JAMES ROBERTS]
to the Reader.
|OBSCURED wonders, Gentlemen! visited me in TURNUSs armour; and I, in regard of ÆNEASs honour, have unclouded them unto the world. You are that universe! You, that ÆNEAS! If you find PALLASs girdle, murder them! if not, environed with barbarism, save them! and eternity will praise you.|