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All Lydia did repine hereat, and of this deede the fame Through Phrygie ran, and through the world was talking of the same. Before hir mariage Niobe had knowen hir verie well, When yet a Maide in Meonie and Sipyle she did dwell. And yet Arachnes punishment at home before hir eyes, To use discreter kinde of talke it could hir not advise, Nor (as behoveth) to the Gods to yeelde in humble wise. For many things did make hir proud. But neyther did the towne The which hir husband builded had, nor houses of renowne Of which they both descended were, nor yet the puissance Of that great Realme wherein they reignde so much hir minde enhaunce (Although the liking of them all did greatly hir delight) As did the offspring of hir selfe. And certenly she might Have bene of mothers counted well most happie, had she not So thought hir selfe. For she whome sage Tyresias had begot, The Prophet Manto, through instinct of heavenly powre, did say These kinde of wordes in open strete: Ye The