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Tarpey (California, United States) (search for this): book 15, card 745
ares Dominion over all the earth. They bothe are fathers: they Are rulers both. Yee Goddes to whom both fyre and swoord gave way, What tyme yee with Aenaeas came from Troy: yee Goddes that were Of mortall men canonyzed: thou Quirin whoo didst reere The walles of Rome: and Mars who wart the valeant Quirins syre And Vesta of the household Goddes of Caesar with thy fyre Most holy: and thou Phebus whoo with Vesta also art Of household: and thou Jupiter whoo in the hyghest part Of mountayne Tarpey hast thy Church: and all yee Goddes that may With conscience sauf by Poets bee appealed to: I pray Let that same day bee slowe to comme and after I am dead, In which Augustus (whoo as now of all the world is head) Quyght giving up the care therof ascend to heaven for ay, There (absent hence) to favour such as unto him shall pray. Now have I brought a woork to end which neither Joves feerce wrath, Nor swoord, nor fyre, nor freating age with all the force it hath Are able to abolish quyght
Washington (United States) (search for this): book 15, card 745
owle with speede, and of the same a burning cresset make, That from our heavenly pallace he may evermore looke downe Uppon our royall Capitoll and Court within Rome towne. He scarcely ended had theis woordes, but Venus out of hand Amid the Senate house of Rome invisible did stand, And from her Caesars bodye tooke his new expulRome invisible did stand, And from her Caesars bodye tooke his new expulsed spryght The which shee not permitting to resolve to ayer quyght, Did place it in the skye among the starres that glister bryght And as shee bare it, shee did feele it gather heavenly myght, And for to wexen fyrye. Shee no sooner let it flye, But that a goodly shyning starre it up aloft did stye And drew a greate way aboth fyre and swoord gave way, What tyme yee with Aenaeas came from Troy: yee Goddes that were Of mortall men canonyzed: thou Quirin whoo didst reere The walles of Rome: and Mars who wart the valeant Quirins syre And Vesta of the household Goddes of Caesar with thy fyre Most holy: and thou Phebus whoo with Vesta also art Of hou
ot all Theis warnings of the Goddes dispoynt the treason that should fall, Nor overcomme the destinies. The naked swoordes were brought Into the temple. For no place in all the towne was thought So meete to woork the mischeef in, or for them to commit The heynous murder, as the Court in which they usde to sit In counsell. Venus then with both her hands her stomacke smit, And was about to hyde him with the clowd in which shee hid Aenaeas, when shee from the swoord of Diomed did him rid, Or Paris, when from Menelay shee did him saufe convey. But Jove her father staying her did thus unto hir say: Why, daughter myne, wilt thou alone bee stryving to prevent Unvanquishable destinie? In fayth and if thou went Thy self into the house in which the fatall susters three Doo dwell, thou shouldest there of brasse and steele substantiall see The registers of things so strong and massye made to bee, That sauf and everlasting, they doo neyther stand in feare Of thunder, nor of lyghtning, nor
Vesta (Costa Rica) (search for this): book 15, card 745
lers both. Yee Goddes to whom both fyre and swoord gave way, What tyme yee with Aenaeas came from Troy: yee Goddes that were Of mortall men canonyzed: thou Quirin whoo didst reere The walles of Rome: and Mars who wart the valeant Quirins syre And Vesta of the household Goddes of Caesar with thy fyre Most holy: and thou Phebus whoo with Vesta also art Of household: and thou Jupiter whoo in the hyghest part Of mountayne Tarpey hast thy Church: and all yee Goddes that may With conscience sauf bVesta also art Of household: and thou Jupiter whoo in the hyghest part Of mountayne Tarpey hast thy Church: and all yee Goddes that may With conscience sauf by Poets bee appealed to: I pray Let that same day bee slowe to comme and after I am dead, In which Augustus (whoo as now of all the world is head) Quyght giving up the care therof ascend to heaven for ay, There (absent hence) to favour such as unto him shall pray. Now have I brought a woork to end which neither Joves feerce wrath, Nor swoord, nor fyre, nor freating age with all the force it hath Are able to abolish quyght. Let comme that fatall howre Which (saving of this brittle flesh) hat
yts atcheeved by his wit, Nor yit the great renowme that he obteynd so speedely, Have turned to a blazing starre, than did his progenie. For of the actes of Caesar, none is greater than that hee Left such a sonne behynd him as Augustus is, to bee His heyre. For are they things more hard: to overcomme thy Realme Of Britaine standing in the sea, or up the sevenfold streame Of Nyle that beareth Paperreede victorious shippes to rowe, Or to rebelliouse Numidye to give an overthrowe, Or Juba, king of Moores, and Pons (which proudely did it beare Uppon the name of Mythridate) to force by swoord and speare To yeeld them subjects unto Rome, or by his just desert To merit many triumphes, and of sum to have his part, Than such an heyre to leave beehynd, in whom the Goddes doo showe Exceeding favour unto men for that they doo bestowe So great a prince uppon the world? Now to th'entent that hee Should not bee borne of mortall seede, the other was too bee Canonyzde for a God. Which thin
Phebus (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): book 15, card 745
fame than Jove. Jove rules the heavenly spheres, And all the tryple shaped world. And our Augustus beares Dominion over all the earth. They bothe are fathers: they Are rulers both. Yee Goddes to whom both fyre and swoord gave way, What tyme yee with Aenaeas came from Troy: yee Goddes that were Of mortall men canonyzed: thou Quirin whoo didst reere The walles of Rome: and Mars who wart the valeant Quirins syre And Vesta of the household Goddes of Caesar with thy fyre Most holy: and thou Phebus whoo with Vesta also art Of household: and thou Jupiter whoo in the hyghest part Of mountayne Tarpey hast thy Church: and all yee Goddes that may With conscience sauf by Poets bee appealed to: I pray Let that same day bee slowe to comme and after I am dead, In which Augustus (whoo as now of all the world is head) Quyght giving up the care therof ascend to heaven for ay, There (absent hence) to favour such as unto him shall pray. Now have I brought a woork to end which neither Joves feerce
Jupiter (Alabama, United States) (search for this): book 15, card 745
the tryple shaped world. And our Augustus beares Dominion over all the earth. They bothe are fathers: they Are rulers both. Yee Goddes to whom both fyre and swoord gave way, What tyme yee with Aenaeas came from Troy: yee Goddes that were Of mortall men canonyzed: thou Quirin whoo didst reere The walles of Rome: and Mars who wart the valeant Quirins syre And Vesta of the household Goddes of Caesar with thy fyre Most holy: and thou Phebus whoo with Vesta also art Of household: and thou Jupiter whoo in the hyghest part Of mountayne Tarpey hast thy Church: and all yee Goddes that may With conscience sauf by Poets bee appealed to: I pray Let that same day bee slowe to comme and after I am dead, In which Augustus (whoo as now of all the world is head) Quyght giving up the care therof ascend to heaven for ay, There (absent hence) to favour such as unto him shall pray. Now have I brought a woork to end which neither Joves feerce wrath, Nor swoord, nor fyre, nor freating age with all
Nor yit the great renowme that he obteynd so speedely, Have turned to a blazing starre, than did his progenie. For of the actes of Caesar, none is greater than that hee Left such a sonne behynd him as Augustus is, to bee His heyre. For are they things more hard: to overcomme thy Realme Of Britaine standing in the sea, or up the sevenfold streame Of Nyle that beareth Paperreede victorious shippes to rowe, Or to rebelliouse Numidye to give an overthrowe, Or Juba, king of Moores, and Pons (which proudely did it beare Uppon the name of Mythridate) to force by swoord and speare To yeeld them subjects unto Rome, or by his just desert To merit many triumphes, and of sum to have his part, Than such an heyre to leave beehynd, in whom the Goddes doo showe Exceeding favour unto men for that they doo bestowe So great a prince uppon the world? Now to th'entent that hee Should not bee borne of mortall seede, the other was too bee Canonyzde for a God. Which thing when golden Venus see, (
Troy (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): book 15, card 745
away, I meene the thing that only now remayneth unto mee Of Jule the Trojans race. Must I then only ever bee Thus vext with undeserved cares? How seemeth now the payne Of Diomeds speare of Calydon to wound my hand ageyne? How seemes it mee that Troy ageine is lost through ill defence? How seemes my sonne Aenaeas like a bannisht man, from thence To wander farre ageine, and on the sea to tossed bee, And warre with Turnus for to make? or rather (truth to say) With Juno? What meene I about harmeles the heavenly spheres, And all the tryple shaped world. And our Augustus beares Dominion over all the earth. They bothe are fathers: they Are rulers both. Yee Goddes to whom both fyre and swoord gave way, What tyme yee with Aenaeas came from Troy: yee Goddes that were Of mortall men canonyzed: thou Quirin whoo didst reere The walles of Rome: and Mars who wart the valeant Quirins syre And Vesta of the household Goddes of Caesar with thy fyre Most holy: and thou Phebus whoo with Vesta als
actes of Caesar, none is greater than that hee Left such a sonne behynd him as Augustus is, to bee His heyre. For are they things more hard: to overcomme thy Realme Of Britaine standing in the sea, or up the sevenfold streame Of Nyle that beareth Paperreede victorious shippes to rowe, Or to rebelliouse Numidye to give an overthrowe, Or Juba, king of Moores, and Pons (which proudely did it beare Uppon the name of Mythridate) to force by swoord and speare To yeeld them subjects unto Rome, or by his just desert To merit many triumphes, and of sum to have his part, Than such an heyre to leave beehynd, in whom the Goddes doo showe Exceeding favour unto men for that they doo bestowe So great a prince uppon the world? Now to th'entent that hee Should not bee borne of mortall seede, the other was too bee Canonyzde for a God. Which thing when golden Venus see, (Shee also sawe how dreadfull death was for the bisshop then Prepaard, and how conspiracye was wrought by wicked men) She